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Daily Capital Journal
BY HOFBR BHOTHBR3,
SATURDAY, SOV. 7, 1890.
The Brynrrnien say "We are sorry,
but wc would do' it oRaln."
Coin's Financial School could not
compete with actual coin.
Mr. Uryan like a true patriot and
Rentloman extended his congratula
tions to McKloley.
In Idaho where the Republicans
and Populists fused the silver men
beat them seven .to one.
An engineer on the railroad to Mars
lias sued the company for restoration
Oreyon seems to be the only state
west of the Missouri river that sus
tains the Gold standard. "Will Oregon
be more prosperous?
More good, real, live, confidence
can be restored by properly advertis
ing your business than by simply
thinking that the prospect is good
now tnat McKlnley is", elected. Push
The laboring man is a big- fellow in
print, in pictures and every where else
just before election, his vote counts as
much as president Cleveland. When
election is over it doesn't take him
long to find where he is at. Albany
It Was Murder.
The coroner who was called to Wes
ton to hold an inquest, returned. Ho
found the body of a man lying in the
brush about CO yards from the rail
road track one mile east of Weston.
The body was found Wednesday
morning by Pros Worthington. The
coroner summoned a jury and an in
quest was held. The body was in such
an advanced stage of decomposition
that it was unrecognizable. The
clothes were of a greyish color, pants
coat and vest of the same cloth. The
feet were encased in stoga shoes and
in a pocket was found an O. R. & N.
Co. folder. The victim was evdently
a tramp. The top of the skull was
crushed and a few feet away from tho
body was found an iron link which
had been used as a freight car coupling
Nothing was found about the body to
give evidence for its identity. The
verdict of the Jury is that the un
known deceased had been murdered
by some unknown person or persons.
Tho body was buried by tho county at
Weston on Wednesday.
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve.
The best salYoin the world lor cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
corn, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cured piles, or no1 pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect sitls
faction or money refunded. Prico 25
cents per box. For sale by Fred A
Penitent Thief Gives Up $1500.
The Great Northern express was
robbed of $1500 at Wahpeton, N. D.,
the other day, the money being taken
from the agent's safe while he was on
Ills way to tho postofflco with a remit
tance. Detectives were sent for from
St. Paul and every effort was made to
get some trace of tho cash, but en
tirely without avail, and tho money
was given up lor lost by the local offi
cials. Five dayd later tho priests of
St. James Catholic church at Wahpe
ton sent word to tho company that
they had tho full amount in their pos
session and wero treacly to turn It
over to Its owners. It has now been
taken by the express company. It is
not probable ;that any action to dis
cover the robbers will bo taken. Tho
priests say tho discovery was made In
Blood is Life.
It Is tho medium which carries to
every norvo, muscle, organ and fibre
Its nourishment and strength. If tho
blood Is puro, rich and healthy you
will bo well. Hood's Sarsaprllla has
power to keep you lu health by mak
ing your blood rich and pure.
Hood's Pills aro easyl to tako, easy
to operato. Cures Indigestion tlul
biliousness. 25 cents.
Take No Substitute.
, COWDEJKEB HUE
Has always stood JIMX In ths eftlma.
lion oftha American, Feopl. No other l
Must u good." Sei t laimt teo4.
The Gypsy was the first steamer of
to go the upper river this heason.
Wild geese nnd ducks are beginning
to come In since the rains have begun.
Nino Chinamen were arrested In
Portland for smoking opium the other
Tho Sisters' Academy, of Albany,
celebrates itTs tenth anniversary, on
October 10. A
The first appropriation for the cas
cade locks was made In 1874, and the
latest In 1896.
The College at Albany will open a
night school on Nov. 0, to continue
during the winter.
In Mound precinct, Lane county 17
ballots were cast 10 being for Bryan
and 1 for McKluley, 16 to 1 forcer
tain. Robert Crawford, of Albany, dug a
potato with nine prongs, weighing 6
pounds, lacking an ounce. lie called
Outside sheep have all left the
Greenhorn mountains, and most of
them are safely on their winter range,
sajs the Long Creek Eagle.
By the semi-annual statement for
Gilliam county, September 30, the
liabilities amounted to $18,120.50,
and the resources to 812,183.70.
A. P. Oliver, manager of the Al
liance mills, in La Grande, has
secured another contract for flour
for shipment to China. The con
tract calls for 500 barrels.
October25, 1806, T.L. Fine, one of
Wallow county's old and most re
spected citizens, died. He was born
in Missouri in 1827, and moved to the
Willamette valley in 1827.
Wm. Eagles, a cigar maker, of Port
land, was arrested and charged with
writing obscene letters and criminal
assault on an Inmate of the Boys' and
Girls' Aid Society.
Cliarles J. Welker, who was shot re
cently on the Lake county sheep range
by W. J. Sherlock, as a result of a
difficulty or dispute about the range,
died at Silver Lake on tho 20th. He
was aged 34 years.
The suit of Mrs. Harriet Philips, of
Portland, against n. D. Winters, of
East Portland, has been on trial for
two days in Judge Shattuck's court,
for $5,000 damages, has been awarded
$375 by the jury.
One thousand of the two thousand
Eastern brook trou t received on the
United State's fish cammission car, a
few days ago, have been sent to Crater
Lake. The other ane thousnrid will
bo placed in stream near Yaquina.
A shipment of eastern oysters was
received on the Oth, to be planted in
the bay atYaqulna.Game Warden Mc
Gulre has charge. These oysters aro
furnished by the government for the
beds at OysterYllle.
The annual chrysanthemum show
at Portland, will be given at the ex
position next Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, under the management of
Mrs. J. U. Card and Mrs. W. J. Lehigh,
respectively president and secaetary
of the floral section of the Oregon
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison, of Worthington,
Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a
valuable prescription in Electric Bit
ters, and I can cheerfully recommend
it for Constipation and Sick Headache
and as a general system tonic ithas no
equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2025 Cot
tage Grove, Ave., Chicago, was all run
down, could not cat nor digest food,
had a backache which never left her
and felt tired and weary, but six bot
tles of Electric Bitters restored her
health and renewed her strength.
Prices 50 cents and $1.00. Get a Bottle
at Fred A. Legg's Drug Store.
Let Be Whole World
Know The Good
DrJliles' Heart Cure Does
MHAKT WSr.ASE, lias lis victim at a
disntlvauU- Alrays tnupht that
lip.irt dUi'.m J.ili.i'.ur.'iblo, whpu tho
syiapfouH htvouin w. 11 di fined, tho patient
bCk-vniM j'lari.ii'd and a i.erwus panic takes
place. Km vh.i a u.ro rrmed; U found
andiicu;c:T-.vir'i x:q vuuaof huffcrlac,
thoro Is pivot rc.i U in; and desiro to "let
tbo wliola wild Lnaw." Jlr. 1tr Wiuc
lugor, of UilWIiU. K.iiii&s, writes; "I doslro
to Kit tho wholo vtvtl'l know what fir, Miles'
Tr r(lAC JUart (Uiro baa dono for
Li, i'llits ni0 pori(m yuara I had
Henit CUl'e palniuwyheartsliQrt-
MOM Ol urcutll, Uillld-
tion, pain lu my. lot tslde,
oppresedf (ogling in my
eltQst, weak i'tnd hungry
cunUs 1ml rtrmitna could not 111) Ott oltllCf
sldo, was nuwb aiidwfferea tprbly. I Cbolc
Dr Mlloa' Heart dug .and before I finished
tlio wscond bottlo I ffltfta gooAoffecta.IIieol
now that 1 am fully rocovorou, and that Dr.
Miles' IIuurtBurSa.Vfid ray hfo."
Dr. MlWHoarrCurlTls told on guaranUso
that flrvt bottlo benoUts, or raonoy refunded.
I Literary Ms
iSTms bfte vVOWV
FAR WESTERN REFLECTIONS.
About Books and Periodicals of the
Address all niss. and communica
tions to the editor.
(I. T. Callison in Willamette Col
legian.) I scarcely hear the waterfall
In the blue light under the hill,
But voices faint as echo call
From lips all white and still.
I scarcely see the distant pines,
Where shadows come and go;
I only know that love is lost,
And youth of long ago.
I scarcely sec the shepcrd's cot,
Ills tethered flocks below;
But oh, to behold a face forgot,
The pride of long ago I
"Lee's Home and Business Instruc
tor." Same publishers.
'.'Aircastle Don, by B. Freeman Ash
ley. Laird & Lee, Chicago.
Following new publications have
been received the past week,
"Campiire Stories," by Col. Edward
Anderson. Star PublishlngECo.
Lieut. Nansen'6, new book on polar
exploration sold to an English pub
lisher for $50,000.
J. Sterling Morton, the Secretary of
Agriculture, favors establishing a
bird day in our public schools.
"Sir George Tressady," by Mrs.
Humphrey JWard. The Macmillan
Co., New York; two volumes.
"How Marcus Whitman saved Ore
gon," by Oliver W. Nixon, Md. LLD.
Star Publishing Co., Chicago.
The Alpha Publishing Company,
Boston, now publishes "Babyland"
and "Little Men and Women."
The students of Willamette uni
versity have organized a club to study
the history of early English literature.
The countess of Aberdeen, Ottawa,
Canada.wrltes that she Is opposed to
wearing birds, wings, or plumes on her
It seems Li Hung Chang would take
any risk to please our people but
tackle an American bill of fare, ne
went home happy.
The Macmillan company announce
two new children's books, "The
Oriel Window' and "Toaimy-Anne
and the Three Hearts."
The Macmillan company, in less
than eight months felt called upon to
print a second edition of Prof. Gld
dlngs' "Principles of Sociology."
All publications received will be ac
knowledged and promptly noted.
Publishers will please send circulars
and catalogues containing announce
ments of interest as literary news.
The rumor comes from England that
Mme. Sarah Grand's new novel will be
a sorts of feminine Tom Jones. The
author of the "Heavenly Twins" will
write a readable book.
The Macmillan company have print
ed beautiful $1.50 editions of Balzac's
The country Parson, and Beatrix.
These volumes have etchings, and the
get-up is simply perfect.
The second installment of Georgo
Du Maurler's "Tho Martians" ap
pears in narper's for November. It
is better than the first part and
superior In many ways to "Trilby."
narold Frederic's "March Ila'res" is
called one of tho most cheerful novels
ever written, nc is tho London news
paper man who made his famo by
writing "Tho Damnation of Theron
Herbert Spencer has completed his
llfowork with the volume on "The
Principles of Sociology." He Is now
seventy years old, and has been en
gaged upon this work for thirty-six
Tho Willamette Collegian contains
a valuable historical sketch of the
founding of that insltutlon, with
pictures of tho founders. There Is
also an ablo artlclo on McKlnley, by
Rex W. Davis, and one on- Bryan by
W. J. Shepard.
A special winter number of tho
Loudon Studio Is to contain an article
of Stevenson's never beforo published.
It is an account of tho novelist's stay
atMonastler In the autumn of 1878,
and was originally Intended to sorvo
as tho opening chapter of "Travels
With a Donkey in the Cevennes,"
Messrs. Dodd Mead & Co. have
added largely to tho enjoyment of
children of all sorts by their beautiful
reprint of "Fairy Talcs of tho Slav
Peasants and Herdsmen,"wlilch iptljp
most curious collection of folk-lore
that wohavo seen for many 11 day.
and Comrn?ni. I
The Philadelphia American book
reviewer writes or "a phthlsicky,
frail, antclopc-eyed -young woman, In
a back garret In a great city, spinning
pathetic stories and snered songs for a
religious periodical that kept her half
starved. Alas, at what sacrifices do
wc get literature!"
The Ilookman for November con
tains a short article on political
oratory by narry Thurston Peck,
that is readable and Just, no refers
td Mr. Bryan's convention speech as
rhetorically correct and exactly suited
to the minds of his hearers. Ills re
marks about Blaine also show line
Kate Douglas Wiggln lias shown the
critics that she is one of the great
masters of American fiction. Her
"Marm Lisa" is the most hopeful evi
dence that fiction can be made the
most useful form of the art of expres
sion. Fiction shall yet do for educa
tion what Uncle Tom's Cabin" did
for abolition, and "Ten Nights in a
Bar-Boom" did for temperance
arouse the moral sentiment of the
Two-volume editions are now quite
a fad. It would seem as though two
volumes are about all of one author
that an ordinarry reader can utilize.
The bestuand greatest authors have
their writings comprised in one
volume. The American Publishers
Corporation, 310 Sixth Ave., New
York, has a series of two-volume sets,
at$l each. They include nearly all
the great writers.
N. Y. Mall and Express: We have
no hesitancy in advancing the opinion
that "Mrs. Cliff's Yacht" will be re
garded aB Frank B. Stockton's best
long story by those who hearts are
young enough to enjoy a tale of thrill
ing adventure, and whose of humor is
sufficiently keen to detect the thous
and and one subtle flashes of wit
which cause the pages fairly to
tremble with sparkling vivacity.
Whoever has read "The Advenzures
of Captain norn" will be quite ready
to enjoy "Mrs. Cliff's Yacht" by the
same author, Frank R. Stockton.
Mrs. Cliff is more real than any real
person scan be to those who formed
her acquaintance on the memorable
cruises to the coast of Peru and back
in the first book, to which this a kind
of sequel The new book 13 hand
somely illustrated from the press of
Scrlbner's, New York.
Philapelphia American: A new and
ambitious poem by Thomas Bailey
Aldrlch would, once upon a tlme,liave
been an event. Aro the days of the
giants over forever? Where are this
generation's Bryant,Poe,Lowcll, Long
fellow,Emerson, Holmes. Whit.tler? A
group of Englishmen look down from
the wall overhead; they walked and
talked before our eyes only a few short
years agojwherc now shall wo find our
Newman, Manning, Darwin, Hurley,
Tyndall, Spurgcon, Bright, Carlyle,
Tennyson, Disraeli; Ruskin and Glad
stone,the two latter living, but on the
borderland? It is as though the cen
tury has passed its prime and its intel
lectual glory is on the wane. Material
progress; is one glory of the Elizabe
than and mid-Victorian mind-work is
Scrlbner's for November opens with
"Panther. Shooting In India," an
Illustrated paper on Lithography, a
paper on Alaska, and a number of the
highest class short stories and articles
on live topics. The Christmas num
ber will contain rich color printing
and a wonderful array of seasonable
literary matters. For 1897 a full an
nouncement issued in very dainty and
attractive form may be had gratis up
on request from the publishers. We
commend Scrlbner's as the highest
development of literature and letter
press In our country, and shall be glud
to help Introduce it in as many of
our family reading circles as-possible
at the lowest clubbing price. It is
undoubtedly the best of all 25ct. mag
uzines now reaching our book table,
The Macmillan Company announces
a volumne entitled "Guesses at the
Riddle Existence," by Prof. Goldwln
Smith. In his new volumn the ques
tions raised aro chiefly ethical or re
ligious. These papers aro tho work
of a man who reads all the best that
recent thinkers have to offer and
passes a criticism on It In a pungent
or keen, Incisive style, distinctive In
aim, brilliant in execution, yet never
open to the charge of irreverence or
of want of tenderness in dealing with
tho creed In which tho writer himself j
was reared and which Is still that of.
men who are tho salt of tho earth. I
Tho titles of some of tho papers are
"The Church and tho Old Testa-'
ment," "Is There Another Life?" ,
"The Miraculous Element In Chrlti-'
anlty"and "Morality and Theism."
mi. itft . ..-.. I.-, nn IntArActtmr Ho
cusslonofa numbofecet books,
including "Drimnnond's ABcent of
LI1U lirbl UUIJUL 13 UU iuvvivjuuiu uio-
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, . - r l.tm 1..1I,.h)I n i1
Mr. Balfour's well-known work on
the foundations of religious belter.
M. A. Hamilton, of Salem, repre
sentative of the American Mortgago
Trust Company, of London was In
Toledo yestcsday on business He
says that the recent rise In wheat has
greatly benefited the fnrmers In tho
wheat growing districts of the Coast,
and that they have recently received
Interest on farm mortgages that have
been defaulted for three years. Lin
coln County Leader.
The Ideal Panacea.
Jutnos L. I'rancls, alderman, Chi
cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's New
Discovery as an' Ideal Panecca for
coughs, colds and lung complaints,
having used It In my family for the
last five years, to the exclusion of any
physician's prescriptions or other
Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: I have been a minister of the
Mcthodi't Episcopal church for 50
years or more and have never found
anything so beneficial, or thatijavo
mcbuch speedy rollef as Dr. King's
New Discovery." Try this Ideal
Cough Remedy now. Trial bottles
tree at Fred A. Legg's drug store.
United States Attorney Murphy,
says tho Orcgonlan, has been Ins
tructed to commence suit against tho
Oregon & California Railroad Com
pany to secure the cancellation of a
patent granted the company to 100
acres of land In T.in 10 S,R. 2., which
is within tho limits of the company's
Measles are prevalent In Enterprise,
says the Aurora.
Don't think that your liver needs
treating If you are bilious. It don't.
It's'yourstomach. That Is, your stom
ach Is really what causes the blliou s"
ness. It has put your liver outof order.
Sde whatfs the matter with your
Sick stomach poisons the liver and
then there's trouble. Shaker Digest
ive Cordial cures stomach and then
all's well. That's the case in a nut
shell. Shaker Digestive Cordial Is no se
cret. Formula's on every bottle.
But it's tho simple honest way It's
made, the honest Shaker herbs and
other ingredients or which it's com
posed, and makes it so clllcious
Any real case or Indigestion and
biliousness ran be cured with a row
bottles or Shaker Digestive Cordial.
Sold by druggists, price 10 cent to
$1.00 per bottle.
The Copartnership heretofore ex
isting between W. A. Hamilton &
John Moir under the firm name of
Hamilton & Moir is this day mut
ually dissolved. All claims due to
sai4 firm to be paid to W. A. Hamilton.
Any bills against said firm will be paid
by each one paying one-half. W. A.
Elamilton continues the bulsness.
W. A. Hamilton.
Salem, Oregon October 22nd 1890.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
A little babe In the home of Ed B
Horning, in Corvallis, begins its trip
through the world with but one hand.
The child, a wee girl, Is but a week
old. It is the left hand that is gone,
and the arm from the elbow down is
missing. Tlic case is a freak of birth,
and the solace in the circumstance Is
that never liaving had the hand is
better than to have used it half a life
time and then to lose It, says the
philosopher of the Times.
come with good health. It
is iasiiy 6eeu when a wo
ittcc ana tigure
show it The pain
ful disorders and
diseases that afflict
'a well as felt
Dull eyes, blotch-
ed or sallow face,
unu awuicu rorm,
follow them. This
is the time to urn
to the' right reme.
y. Dr. Fierce 'a
tiou builds up and
system, and regu
lates and Tjrotnntea
every proper function. It's a quieting,
soothing nervine. It corrects and cures
safely and surely, alt those delicate de.
rangements, weaknesses, irregularities auJ
diseases peculiar to the sex.
tfor youhp girls just entering woman
hood; woman at tho critical "change of
life": and every woman who is ''run
down" or overworked, it's something to
remember that there's a medicine that
will halp you.
..a xr z; x"?i - v' - '
writes 5 " A few yean ago
my health failed. I was
troubled with female dU
.& i l. .
having been afflicted
bout flfteeq years, I
vmi alto troubled with
constipation, loss qfap-
ug- In my head, nervous
of memory, palpitation
of the heart, together
With 'that tired fecllntr'
all irifttm T !. .4
tcvcral physIcUui no
wmi. t.Mv4ki wmiy uiftK
ixrimm m.u a ...4 .1-.
mcaiciocs lauta to give ", uaimahp,
fTilfi rS much persuasion I commenced
taking Dr. Pierce'a Favorite ITescriptiou-have
taken five bottle and am a well woman dolnsr
my housework ; from a run-dowu condition I
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President Isaac Lewis of Sabina, Ohio,
is highly respected all through that
section. Ho has lived In Clinton Co.
75 years, nnd has been president of
the Sabina Bank 20 years. Ho gladly
testifies to tho merit of Hood's Sarsa
parilln, and what ho says is worthy
nttcntion. All brain workers find
Hood's Sarsaparilla peculiarly adapted
to their needs. It makes pure, rich,
red blood, and from this comes nerve,
mental, bodily and digestive strength.
"I am glad to say that Hood's Sarsapa
rilla 1b a very good mcdiclno, especially
ns a blood purifier. It has dono mo good
many times. For several years I suffered
greatly with pains of
in ono oyo anS about my tomplea, es
pecially at night when I had been having
a hard day of physical and mental labor.
I took many remedies, but found help only
in Hood's Sarsaparilla which cured me of
rheumatism, neuralgia and headache.
Hood's Sarsaparilla has proved itself a true
friend. I also tako Hood's Pills to keep
my bowels regular, and llko tho pills
very much." Isaac Lewis, Sabina, Ohio.
Is tho One True Blood rurlfler. Alldruggfots. $1.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Ma.
u ,, r-,. 11 are prompt, efflctent nnd
nOOCl S FlllS easy In effect 2SronM
Salem Truck and Dray Co.
Orders placed with the above company will
receive prompt attention and safe delivery.
Trucks and drays found on the corners of
State and Commercial streets. Express wag.
ons at all trains nnd boats. In connection
with our business we will also run a feed
store. Handling flour, mill feed, oil meal,
oats, chopped feed, straw, hay and wood at
the lowest cash prices.
Phone 86. SAVAGE & CO.
G. A. Back, proprietor, !127 Com
mercial street. Fresh pies, cakes and
bread always on hand, "Just like your
mother used to make."
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Buildin"
For water service apply at office. Bui
payable monthly in advance. Make ga
complaints at the office.
There will lie no deduction in water rate
on account of temporary absence from the
city unless notico is left at the office.
Hereafter water for irrigation will only be
furnished to regular consumers using water
for domestic purpose. Contractors for side
walks, brick work and plastering will please
read "under building purposes" page 17 of
schedule of rates for 1893. Apply at
Salem Steam Laundry
Please noticejthe cut in prices
on the followinor!
Shirts, plain 10 cents
Under drawers 5 to 10 cents
Under shirts 5 to 10 cents
i Socks, per pair 3 cents
TTnrtArr.1iinre T TTlf
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels andother work in
telligently washed by hand.
Col, . Olmsted Prop,
MONEY TO LOAN I
On city or farm property.
Over Bush's Bank,
T. K. FORD
T. H. HfA, "-
WATCHMAKER AND JEW.hLEK,, ,
Makesa sppialtyof fine icpair ,vork, ijtih
Thomas clocks, etc., 215 Con mercial Sue-:
C. H. LANK,
tc & sDtrniAi ty?"M??
tlary llLUOn l'OISON permanently
homo f or samo prico under same euarua
tv. I f Tiiu nrof pr to coma hero we will con
tract tn Dav railroad f areand hotel bllltand
nnolmwti If wnfnl) tnrnrfi. If vntlh&VO taken U)6r
enry, iodide potash, and etlll havo aches and
patna, SIucousl? atclies In mouth. Sore- Throat, I
any port of thoTJody, Ilalr or Eyro w falllnff
one, it is mia oocuuuury uuvu . yu
wocnarantcotocure. We solicit tho moat obstl I
nato cases and clinUoneo tho worm lor a 1
case vro oannot euro. 3'nls dlseaao has always
uauieu tno sum ox xno iaoii ouui)ui.ijujh- .
clans. 8500,000 capital behind our unpondW
tlonal guaranty. Absoluteproofg sent sealed on.
application, auureii iu
U1 Masonic Xcmplo,
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.- ii.j C i 3 cen rmltioaoa
rxiatnly Rr Uonorrliaa
White, unnatural dia
i.c it.,.ui 1 charee. or any Intlamma.
lVa.- nil t Jirt.
.- ?7w .. ,.. .tri.Lnr. Uon. irritation ur ulocrii
v jo-"-' - - : tt ';r' " zj..--.. - .-m-i
rrt, con coDucwn. iiuu ui inutuu. ...-
t Kmmt fiAld br DrnirfrlstA. i
'or sent In plain wrapwr,
by expreM, prepaid, or
bi.w, or 0 yumco, .
Urr.ular scut on rouueat.
i 100 worth for 10o. '
.M a Lin,
21 1 Commercial St., Salem Or
r-Huils. $15 upwards. Pants upvvan.is'J
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for purity, and for improvement of the comj
plexlon nothing equals Pozzosm's'Powdeb.
eastom cities. V- W ntu
Steamer Gvpsy for ffi,. D.W SI0N
Sunday at 6. Ira. ' X 0tlhnV d ;,,
Steamer Ruth from Portlm A ( c , .
except Sunday at 6 a ni loSiW
rip tickets very cheap. Ticket f" l
bacgage checked through to d ''
Oregon, Washington anlthe Eu ' Zm "'
charge for baggage t.anjfers. ChbfcY"?
roadorryer route to Porthnd. of ,,'!-
For ful detail, call on Bohs 4 . v
"Eents, Sal.ni, Oregon, or addle!.. "
E. MrNPTT r
G, M. POWERS,
Foot of Trade st.
Union Pacific. System
Iluough Pullman Palace Sleepers, Toun
Sleepers and FreoJ Reclining Chu 'v!
Portland to Chicago,
Our trains are netted by stein ml
lighted by Pintsch light.
2Time to Chicago, 3 1 i Jas
Time to New York, 4 1-2 days.
Which is many hours quicker thin ran
petitonj. For rates, time tables and fallginformitia
BOISE & lUMKER,
Agents, Salem, Oi,
R.W BAXTER, C. E. BROWN,
General Agent j Ditt.Pass.igeDt J
13s Third Street. Portland.
Pullman Sleepin' Cars.
Elegant Dining Carj
To.ufist Sleeojp? Can
To ''t Paul, Minneapolis, Ualutn, rf,
'uand Forks, Crookston, Wianiieg.
Helena ami Uatte.
To Chicago, Washington- i'biljulefe
Vork, Uolbn, and all Point
East and South
For information, time cards. wip
tickets, calPon or writs
265J Commercial street, balem, Vt
Rst n R. H. Company
-Connecting at Yaq.' w m. I
Francisco & Vaqutr.a uay f ?"
Sails from Yanmnae.eryS-'J.,;
Francisco. Cm" ) ,0"
,t lliimliolt Hay. ..ir,usjJ.
Passeng, r f l'TO''ur' hMI"'
Shortest route t-eturn 1W ,UH
and uaiuarnia. , ,(titoD
Fare from Albany or p4W
The most popular s rf
North Paclhc t.. '"
u.i.incT lnlutely sale. . ,, . ...i,,. isi
Forth se wibinBtoCom?-"e P
fishins with ali,r(cs0Ug . bWr ,2
equal Deer, War, eft, couga
aSd salmon trout can bfo.VU''
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