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A SALEM MERCHANT.
A Salem Merchant writes under
j-tlie licad:"A clianco To Show Your
jfColors:" "The Journal has taken
a stand on the Southern Pacllic and
Boat services monopoly, and It is wag
ging a bitter light afjainst the exorbit
ant freight rate that has resulted
ifroru the combine, which, in justice
Uo the steamer service, It is needless
ftosay, was compulsory on its part.
The Daily Oregon Statesman, whose
wolutuns were filled this morning with
rprals.es unto its "Virtues" lias failed
In say a word In behalf of the project
jWieobject of which is to aid the Salem
merchants. If it "keeps a watchful
eye," on the interests of the people,
doe$ It ot become it to declare itself
on the matter? If that paper wishes
the support of Salem businessmen,
how does It dare to pass silently by a
: project that Is Intended -for Salem's
exclusive benefit? Or Is it too busy
(.building motor lines to Eola? It is
not to be diiputed newspapers do
much towards influencing' opinion,
I therefore, let lb either stand by two
live Salem -men In their commendable
project, or to take, sides with the
Southern Irai-lllc Octopus."
The freight combine was dictated
f by the Snuthnm Pnnifln to the Steam
ier lines. By special favors the S. P.
j vai. aixureu uie Dusiness 01 uie jurgesu
Salem shippers, and the boats had to
raise rates or pull off the river entire
ly.' Manager Xohler, who Is one of
the old Benllollnay combination, has
no love for Salem as has been shown
on more than one occasion.
AN OLD SOLDIER ON
I Infests the blood of humanity. It
-yi.-ui-a in vanea iorma, out is iuiccu
I" to yield to Hood's Sarsaparilla, which
,l-...iiiia UJIU VlUtlliUO IUO U1UUU iv.
Inures all such diseases. Head this:
In September, 1894, 1 made a misstep and
I injured my ankle. Very soon afterwards,
liVO inches innm fnrmRri and in walking
I to favor it I sprained my ankle. The sore
became worse; I could not put my boot
on and I thought I should have to give up
I tt every step. I could not get any relief
; nd had to stop work. I read of o care of
imllar case by Hood's Sarsaparilla and
concluded to try it. Before I had taken
; H of two bottles the sore had healed and
! the swelling had gone down. My
1 1 now well and I have been greatly bene-
b-u omerwise. I have mcreasea in
I weight and am In better health. I cannot
I 'y enough In praise of Hood's Sarsapa
I fiUi." Mrs. h. Blake, So. Berwick, Me.
I This and other similar cures prove that
I J toe One True Mood l'lirider. All druggists. $1.
1 - "my ij r 1. lino.) co.t uwn.
iHruifl'., r-n rijet faiutlyeaUurUe
UOOU S Pills uiuiiuer.tlmulani. VA-
AUMSVILLK, NOV, 8.
Editor Jouknal: As the election
is over, and bimetallism is defeated
for the present, I thercrfore desire to
call attention to some of the many
promises made by the Republican ad
vocates of the single gold standard.
They promised the Americau people
that if they would elect Major McKin
ley president, and adopt the single
gold standard, that universal prosper
ity would bless the people of this
great country. Now it Is a fact that
at the close of President Cleveland's
administration, which is a single gold
standard one, lias brought on the peo
ple the greatest depression ever known
In the history of this great country.
How then is the Republican party
going to bring the much mooted pros
perity, when it has adopted the flnan
clal policy of President Cleveland
The Republican party lias promised
the people prosperity if it was brought
back into power, and if It falls to
fulfill that promise to seventy million
people, it has assumed a fearful re
sponsibility. The Republican party
has made great promises to the old
soldiers, that if they would aid in the
election of Comrade McKlnley, that
they would be greatly benefitted by
pension legislation. Now comrades,
we can only judge the future by the
past. The present house of congress
has a very large Republican majority,
and Col. John A. Pickler is chairman
of the committee on invalid's pen
sions. Many large petitions were pre
sented to Col. Plckler's .committee,
urging It to introduce a bill to pension
all soldiers, who had served for a
period of nineiy days, at eight dollars
per month. Did the committee re
port the bill? I answeremphatically,
no' Tho limbless soldiers petitioned
the'same committee tOfc'rant them a
small Increase of pension, to aid then)
to weather the storm o life In thelF
declining years, but it heeded them
not. But that august committee did
report, and pass a large number of
private bills, giving large pensions to
widows of brigadier generals, some of
whom never smelt gunpowder on the
nild of battle. At the close of the
i,rti.fl Renubllcan party refused to
equElizethe bounties to the soldiers
who did the mot of the fighting.
Much has been said about the shrewd-
a f the national debt, ana con-
aress has paid to the bondholders
grew hot 1 , tnriVm
four billion, lour huuu. - -,
six million dollars, upon a two billion
debt, and have half the debt yet to
Soldiers of the greatest war known
to the nations of the earth, we -can
truthfully bay, that this republic is
ungrateful. Comrades, there is much
more that I would like to say, upon
this subject, but time and space for
bid. Very Respectfully,
S. A. Johnson,
Co. A., 4th C. V. I.
ness and Rcst.Contalns ncllhcr
lion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ncss endLoss OF SLEEP.
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Omtojh Is pit op la cms-tits bottles onlr. It
U net gull la bulk. Don't allow anyone to tell
yoa anything elto on the plea or promise that It
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Labor fbrlt !
State of Ohio. City of Toledo, I
l Lucas County 1
Frank T. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aloresaiu, ana mat saiu Arm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannat be cured by the use of Hall's
Sworn to before m: and j subscribed in my
presence, this 6tb day of December, A D.
. . -' " A . W. Glkason,
1 Seal. Notary i'ublic,
Hall's Catarrh Curei:s taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials
fF. J. CuENEYi Co., Toledo, O.
E?-Sold by Druggists,
The Copartnership heretofore ex
isting between W. A. Hamilton &
John Molr under the firm name of
Hamilton & Molr Is this day mut
ually dissolved. All claims fluo to
said firm to be paid to v. A. Hamilton.
Any bills againstsald firm will bo paid
by each one paying one-half. W. A.
Hamilton continues the buisness.
W. A. Hamilton.
OTCrlJXI0.rj00boz0seold.S00D00i!ur(3 nroro Its newer to deitrortlindfislrnfiirtobiinralnanr
form. No-tObaals tho croatnst liMrrnfnnd In thnivl'trlri. Man irnln lft nrtnnrta In IiIiIavb unrt Itnnvftr
falls to make the weak fnimnont mn ttroiur.TUrorous and uiajcnetto- juattrra box. You will be do
iRhtea. wc expect you to oellore what wo ar. for a ouro It absolutely guaranteed br druKKltu orerr
wbcro. Send lor onr booklet "Don't Tobacco Unit ar.( Hmpke YourLlro Awar," written guarautoo and
D. J. FRY, Agent, - Salem, Oregon.
tfnri n zzs
Man in Oregon
would purchase his
ticket yia the Burling
ton Route to Omaha,
Kansas City, St.Louis,
Chicago and all other
southern and south
eastern cities, if he re
alized how comfort
able, how fast, how
safe its service Is.
Nothing better any
where. For tickets, apply to
any railroad ticket
agent. For Informa
tionlabout rates and
C. SHELDON, G.A.,
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Col
California Express Train Run dalijr bstween
Portland and San Francisco.
8:50 p. m. 1 Ly Portland r Ar. ( 8:10 a. m.
1 1 :oo p. m. Lv Salem, Ar. fiioo a. m.
11:15 a.mj Ar-a. frisco L.v. (7:00 p.m.
Above trains stop at East Portland. Orecon
City, Woedbum, Salem, Turner, Marion,
Jeflerson, Albany.Tangent Shedds, Ilalsey,
Harrisburg, Junction City.Eugene, Creswtll,
Cottage Grove, Drain,! and all station from
Koseburg to Ashland, inclusive,
koseburg mail daily.
lv, Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Roscb'g lv.
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ft SL Paul R'y.
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Srvjg-t, PAUL. J
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tlun of the urvo cnltrs. r.ojlnff la tho
ears, and slM.ica 'i.lseniWe ulf hU
Tr ATHflc' " turne Stark.
Dr. Villi ,10 riR.otiloo St., Sit
'Marvin hart. lad.. -: "Her-
IW Yiiiv vCiUs lroWcf j,ad made
fCCitOrCS e nearly lruane and
T. ... phyUclan ero unable
Hell"...... tobtflpice, Jly memory
almoii. t'oaa tud every llttlo thlnj
win '.4 e ctl! I waa almost dUiraeted.
X rca'ty ffuivd i w&3 fccomin;r a maniac 1
ui ns'l ft evlithlnca and would
cry oir ootnint- t (wiQieice4 taWpg Dr
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X tbu won4rf ul rracdy completely curod
m, aad I am m "J! pow a 1 ever vraa."
17r. Mites' Nervine Is sold on puarante;
first bOttliVW boneflt or mone Pit undc4,
GLANCE AT THIS MAP.
Of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
Railway and note its connection with all
transcontinental lines at at. raui anu uciaua,
and remember when going east that its trt'ns
lire lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment is superb. Elegant
Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car heithlias an electric reading lamp, and
its dining cars are the best in the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are snorter, and no other offers the above lux
urious accommodations. Thete are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of 'The Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket agents In every rail,
road office will (jive yon further information,
C. I. EDDV, General Agent,
J. V. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agent.
MADE ME A MAN
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DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN UUFKET BLEEPERS
and seccnd-class sleeping cars attached to all
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30 a.m. I
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7125 p. m. I Ar. McMinTJlle Lv ( 5:50 a. m.
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