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Daily Capital JournaL
EY" HUPBR BROTHERS.
MITCHELL AND THE
While the Bilver Republicans may
see Senator Mitchell returned to the
senate on account of his experience
and ability, they cannot be expected
to compromise themselves by assist
ing in his election. They cannot for
get that they made a voluntary tight
for his return at the spring primaries
because the senator was the foremost
and most aggressive champion of their
principles on tho coast. These men
did so because they do not believe our
country can have permanent prosper
ity .even under the McKinlcy tariff if
it were to bo restored, with a gold
standard money system.
If Senator Mitchell had stayed
out of the November campaign his
election would not have involved the
silver Republicans in a predicament.
But Mitchell came home and led the
fight for thefgold standard party,
against, his friends of tho spring cam
paign, friends securced tho selection
of Mitchell members of the legislature
In Marlon county, Lane county and in
many other counties, solely on the
proposition that, they were doing it to
vote down the gold standard which
was voted down in tho Republican
state convention. The gold standard
Republicans and tho Oregonian fought
tho election of thcee Mitchell Repub
licans and defeated some. All that
were elected were chosen in spite of
the votc3 of the goldltes.
' These men fought his battle in the
hour ol need, at tho primaries, at tho
county conveptions, at the polls.
They withstood the partisan abuse of
lila then enemies. Does he owe the
' silver Republicans nothing? He
talked about gratjude to his friends
in ills speeches abou. tho state. Did
ho mean his true friends of last spring
who' stood up for him as a man of
principle, or his new found friends
Who sought to defeat him on account
of his .principles? Tho senator will
And the silver Republicans who
fought liis battles last spring have
longer memories than he has. Re
publican eulogies of the gold standard
Democrats who voted for BtcKlnloy
apply equally well for men who sin
'perely stood up for the causo of bimet
allsm, Senator Mitchell persuaded
mang of tho bimctollists of Oregon
Into voting tile MoKinley platform by
tolling them It stood for protection
and bimetallism. Tho sequel will
prove It stands for neither, but Bolely
for gold trust which he professes to
abhor. He persuaded enough of these
men to carry Oregon for the gold stand
wi nut. ha will not ieruade a sin-
ofe illyer taR that m is cnuueu
a re-kctl&H to tke Senate.
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A MAYOR FOR SALEM
In wTiat we say ubout'tTiis, wo
' to be understood ns not rellectini; on
any lnent r past mayor, or on any
candidate for major In tin' future.
, we arc.assured uo onUBWUJJ'WUPlL.'',ISi"b.nt -,,er '"i"10 V""
ico There Is no nay in It.fstroet. There were gmc anil tfftii
lite. There l8.n"P"i ,u ,nfiaBd tHidyCtinV-Tolks enjoyed them -
in. nn ftna flut. nf tile reluct- Ff L J I ' .. k-fi . .. .... .
There are no fees. Out of the reluct
ance of the ordinary ollice seeker
'might corao fcood for the city, lr there
ware not the political machine that
makes the city government part of
county and state politics,
is true of all other cities. Tho mayor
"and city officials arolcxpected to con
stitute a ring for purpose of mnliufring
primaries and elections.
Wc should have a mayor independ
ent of tills and for tho welfare of the
city alone This city should easily be
made the most desirable city in the
state to live in. Tlmt should be the
ambition of'asmayoniaiid all our peo
ple". AVe hope this city will get a
mayor at the coming election who
will have a proper concept Ion of good
ovcrmuent; .whfrhas an Ideal of what
i capital city should be and the am
oition to realize it; the ollice is not
without pay in the honorable sense of
t iq word.
Tlid tinu'necs of our city are not in
a sa'tisfacWry condition. Mayor
G.itch was able to pre vent bond issues,
bit lie was notable to prevent tho
issue of $00,000 city hall warrants on
,tlK general fund, drawing 8 percent
Tterest, that puts' all' warrants at u
discount, robs the laborer and the
city and enriches the warrant spe,cu
Litor. A mayor and council to put
our city on a business basis "and keep
it there' is earnestly lo be prayed for.
Our city warrants should pot be
hawked about to be refused by the
shrewder class of citizens and forced
upon the weaker. The mayor, of our
city, should be one of the first men of
the city and he should bo above tak
ing advantage of ills position topio
mote his own inteiests or these of his
friends. The ottlce should be ten
dered some man who is not seeking it.
A mere "selfish politician will not
send our city ahead very fast.
How Eugene People Accepted Thei
Speaking of the result of the Mult
nomah, U. of O. football game, played
in Portland Thanksglvlngnday. ThO
Eugene Guard of Friday, contains the
"In Eugene the spirit of defeat was
plainly evident. Heretofore the home
team lias won every game played by it
for the past two seasons, and the news
of a game has always been received
with vociferous demonstrations. But
last evening the feeling was different.
The report at the end of the lirst half
that the teams had tied on a score of
six points eacli caused everyone to
await with eager anxiety the result of
the second half. When the news
came that tho University team was
beaten, though not badly defeated,
instead of a gathering of crowds and
blowing of tin horns, all was as quite
as on a Sabbath day."
Indigestive poisons arc' the bane of
the dyspeptic's life. When sick, see
if your sickness is caused by indiges
tive poisons. If so take Snaker
Digestive Cordial. This is the only
certain way of betng permanently
cured, because it is tho only way that
gets rid of the poisons. Yon know
this fermented food is poisonous. You
know that poison is unhealthy. Sha
ker Digestive Cordial clears tho stom
ach of fermenting food and purities
tho bloob and system of indigestive
polsops. It cures indigestion and the
diseases that come of it. Headache,
dizziness, nausea, stomch-aclic, weak
ness, flatulence, irritability, etc.
These are a few of tho symptoms,
caused by indigestive poisons, cured
by Shaker Digestive Cordial. At
druglsts, price 10 cents to $1.00 per
Cold Weather. At 7:30 o'clock
this morning the thermometer at 6,
L. L. Basket's drug store, Indicated
12 degrees abovo zero. This is 4 de
grees colder than at tho corresponding
time on the preceding day and it is
expected tho thermomoter will fall
still lower this evening. Skates are in
demand and Young America is enjoy
ing the sport of sailing along over tho
glassy surface of some pond for the
first timo in several years. As a result
of tho heayy rains of two weeks ago
there remains a pond of goodly di
mensions on North Capitol street.
This was thoroughly frozen over mid
was liberally patronized by young
folks all day Friday as well as In the
Buclclen's Armca halve,
Tho best salve in thojiworld for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tottcrcliapped hands,chllblains,
corn, ana an skip eruptions, anu posi
tively curea nlles. or'rionay reoulred
,'Itiis;guaranteed to give perfect satis
ufactlon:or money refunded. Prlco 25
cents per box, For sale by Fred A.
"JjTbe Social Evepjs.
YOU NO FOLK'S PAUTY.
On ThiinksKlvlnij night Mls Ivu'
hvln (.-ntcrtnliird about'thirtyif her.
her home on eliuroli
sclVeS fo?ontf$iirfg folks cm. A.Pse to the pastor UrV. Kzra Maun-r
luhfch was 'served situ? at a late hour "ind wife on Tlialiksjrlvlng evening.
the merry parly disbanded.
Some thoughtful student at Wil
lamette uninvorMty, placed the fol
lowing notice on tho bulletin board
"Wednesday afternoon, and no one will
question that its application might
be advisable in all cases: "Students
are heicby warned to use a reasonable
degree of discretion in eating dinner
tomorrow. No funerals desired."
Salem Camp No. 118, "Woodmen of
the World last evening held its regu
lar semi-annual election of olllcers.
The now staff of olllcers is as follews:
W. 1. Staley, C. (J.; C. D. Minton, A.
L.; U. S. Kightlinger, banker; Scott
Bozorth, clerk; E. V. Ryder, escort;
W M. Rennie, watchman; Eugene
Willis, sentry; R. A. Coshow, manager.
Banker and clerk hold ollice for one
year, and manager for eighteen
' Y. M. C. A. DEBATING SOCIETY.
The.subject of "Woman's Suffrage"
was thoroughly discussed last evening
by members of tho Y. M. C. A liter
ary society. Some splendid argu
meutswcrc advanced by both sides,
giving evidence of careful prepara
tion. The president gave the debate
to the negative. On next Friday
evening the society will debate on the
question, "Resolved, That (he provih.
ional government of Cuba should be
recognized as a "belligerent, by the
Miss Mabel Caiter, daughter of
Superintendent and Mrs. .7. L. Carter,
of tho state blind school, has started
for Chicago, where she will take a
course in the Columbian school of
oratory. Miss Carter graduated last
June, from the college of oratory of
Willamette university, and is one of
the most talented elocutionists in the
state. Miss Carte- has wired her
parents in this city that they are
snowbound in Montana, at Hoose,
where a tremendous blizzard has been
raging for several days. She says,
however, they have plenty to eat and
arc comfortable. This is rather a se
vere change in weather for an Orego
nian to undergo. Our preseut severe
cold snap is but a drop in the bucket
as compared to a Montana blizzard.
ANNUAL MISSIONAItY DAY.
Tomorrow, Suuday,will be observed
by the East Salem Evangelical church
located oa Seventeenth and Chc
melceta streets, as annual Missionary
day. This will be1 universally ob
served by this church denomination
and most satisfactory results are an
ticipated from the funds that will be
raised on this occasion to aid in the
missionary work. In the evening
commencing at 7:30 o'clock will be
given a program, appropriate to the
occasion, consisting of scripture read
ing, singing, recitations, etc. An in
teresting feature of the program will
be the address by the pastor. A col
lection will be taken, the amount of
which will bo devoted to missionary
Last evening about twenty merry
young people walked into tho home of
Mr. E Kurtz on North Commercial
street and declared that they had
come to stay. After recovering from
tho complete surprise, of the occasion,
Sir. Kurtz played the part of host in a
a very pleasant manner. Games, con
versatlon,laughter and Jokes were tho
order of the evening, and at the time
when dainties usually appeas delicious
refreshments were served.
At a Into hour the crown departed,
eacli one fully convinced that tho
Kurtz .homo was the placo for real
Those enjoying the pleasure o" the
evening were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
Kurtz, Mr. and "Mrs. E. .7. Swafford,
Mr. if. A. Kurtz, Sir, O. J. Ativood,
Mr.' Charles Winters, Mr.1 IT. II. ncrL
tage, Mr. Fred Kurtz, Mr. Frank
Litchfield, Misses Ella and Grace
Pohle, Miss Minnie Winters, Miss
Cora Lltclifleld.Miss Agnes Kutz.MIss
Lucia Cochran and Miss Emllle
WITH THE PHILOOpRIANS.
Tho Philodorlan Literary society of
Willamette University bad' an un
usually busy meeting last evening.
After the usual program of orations,
(declamations, etc., a discussion was
had on thD surject, "Resolved that
more beuotit is to bo derived from the
studyof Englls.li than ffon that of
dead languages;" A dqclslon waa
rendered in fnvor.of the negative.
At lust cvpnlng's session of ho society
olllcers were elected for tlje ensuing
term. The Installation pj the now
oillcer wllj. take .place, ,next Friday
evening. .Tho, now piNeers. arp as fol fel fol
eows: President, I. P. Calllsen: vice
president, O. K. Brandenburg; sccre-,
tary, S. P. Early; militant secretary,
ppnsor. 11, W. I)ftiU: lUirurlHii. Gl
Morris; s.reaiit-nt-arin3, R.
nl, Zl li,
, uta street
' iicn tn Hi
xiie moiiibers iirtd menus or
wvangellcal Unuruu l.tli and UlieuieK-
gave a very pleasant sin
ixiwui, jia persons prucucucu m
body to tho church where an excellent
prozranuirevously arranged was cur-
rled out, including addresses, reuita-
tlons and select stnu'inir. During the
.I.., . .t. ...
nsnuoruiKuiMio program i.ie panwu-
age was also fakdn profession of and
the dinning room was stocked with
.... i i.. .. i.i
an luiiuuiifu suupiy hi pruYi&iuiia in
every discretion, also a neat parlor
heater. At tho conclusion the entire
audience wlth-drew with their pastor
to the parsonage for a social time,' ho
never suspecting the surpriso In store.
A beautiful purse was also presented
to the pastor containing nearly $25,
A humorous presentation speech was
made by ReV. Wm. F. Klein and re
sponded to feelingly .by tho padtor.
A social time- was then enjoyed for
several hours in which tho house was
tilled with the merriment of young
and old. It was the most successful
donation ever had by thU congrega
tion. VERY AGREEABLY SURPRISED.
In view of the fact that tho past
two years have been mado memorable
by "the hard times," the good people
of the First Presbyterian church,
determined to give their beloved pas
tor and family something tot which
to be truly thankrul on Thanksgiving
day. A "pound" party was decided
upon. Early Wednesday evening the
membcrsof the church and congrega
tion assembled at the ohuroh, and at
8 o'clock proceeded en masse to the
residence of Rev. Wm. Steele,, corner
of Chemeketa and Court streets. The
reverend i gentleman and wife' were
completely taken bv surprise, but
soon recovered, and prpvided for the
entertainment of their "unin
vited" callers. The donations
consisted of everything servicea
ble, from a sack o' candy, for tho chil
dren, to a Thanksgiving chicken and
other more substantial items of diet.
The productiveness of the one lonely
hen can be certified toby anyone
who was present Wednesday evening.
A short program that had been previ.
ously arranged was carried out. Mrs.
Rizer recited an amusing selection
very acceptably. Miss Lucia Cochran
executed a difficult piano solo quite
skillfully. Miss Weller favored the
party with an instrumental solo with
h3r accustomed skill. Miss T. Kim
ball delighted her auditors with a
recitation. At the request of numer
ous friends Mrs. Steele favored the
party with a Scotch song that was
warmly received Social conversation
followed and and at an early hour the
assembly disbanded haying spent an
evening long to be remembered.
Sale of Cuba,
New York, Nov. 27. The World
prints a statement by Senor Jose do
Armas-Cardenas, a diplomatic agent
of the Cuban republic, who claims to
have visited Spain to negotiate fpr a
sale of Cuba to the Cubans. The pur-,
ohase price, lie asserts, was to be
$100,000,0)0. He describes two inter,
views with Premier Canovas. He says
tho premier promised reforms If the
Cubans would abandon tho fight, He
suggested an arrangement be made by
which the United States guarantees
the fulfillment of Spain's promise.
omen Who Sutler
pain each month
can find relief and
Congestion and In
flanimation of the
internal organs ar
wet or cold, excit
ment of the cm
tlons. or a morbi
condition of the
blood. For tlje
radical cure of
is b. safe and certain remedy, permanently
correcting all abnormal conditions, so that
these trying' ordeals are passed with ease
and comfort. Ulcerations and displace
ments of the uterus are cured by the "Fa
vorite Prescription," and the cure is last
Hysteria, Spasms, NervpustjPM, lHUge
tlon, or Dyspepsia, often depend upon ir
regularities of function and displacement
of the womanly organs, The Favorite
Prescription " cures by regulating and cor
recting these functions and organic
For all irregularities, suppressions and
obstructions, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription is a specific, and has a record of
over a quarter of a century of cures,
lira. Maivina. Wilson, of MoSIAtvillt. Marion
no.. IV Vn .. Hlnii '
'' For twelve jontr
rears I suffered great
y with extreme nerv
ousness, stomach and
uterine disease. I had
doctored with four
physicians with little
or no good, and one
of them was as good a
physician as could be
had here: he gave
me up to die. None
of mm friends thought
J could get well. We
had tried almost
everything, and at
last t thought X would
try ur ncrcc a & . WlLaQM
vorite Inscription. -MM' AV,MW
I had been bed-fast most of the time fpr jdraost
two years. After taking several bottle of the
Favprite I'rescription and following the direc
tions strictly, I now enjoy "better health than
ever before in my life I only webbed a Utile
oer one hundred pounds and now I weigh i
G. Official Proceedings
of the November
B. "Term, tBo6.
noAU anu uuidoe'
T I) All. ii, m.il w ik $ 7 00
,, rj,u,,m (.'.., tt-Ulll lllro. . . . & 00
' MARION COUNTY
wm'kwHim lumber 12 f8
- wi.ink.PAiii. niim.lmr. .. loo
r M Wade'(Joj! hulls .- 00
Gray 6fos.. ItiailfeUhj 3 40
sliafer,-lumber 8 39
Cftpl Lut0berlnr Co., lumber. . 81 04
Qapt. Lumbering Co., lumber,.,. 20 40
Allnfc rii,mherfnJ Ct, ''.'umber
and labor. 13 00
FL p0Und, lutnber and nails,
CWberg Milling cl, luiu'bertt
,, M nimi,.iiimW.in.i r,.n.iir.
" r --
Ing bridge 141 10
0 Ilagcr, road work 20 W)
Dan Humphreys, rep., plow.... 1 10
P Dyer, lumber 2 52
Cooldgo & MeCiulne, nails.'. . . 10 j3o
L P Swan, supt. bridgo work. . 10.00
City ol Salem, rep. Joint brldgei b4'50
Reeves Bros, gravel.... .... 8 00
1 N Cpok, labor on lovoo Sun
tiam river 103 CO
E Nordykc, poles for road 4 CO
J N Baker, road work 40 00
Brown & Siulth, powder,
nails, etc , . , 10 00
W H Mooi lumber,..,,,..,... 5 89
Taylor Markland, road work. . 19 37
P Cartwrlght, lumbor 44 50
A J Basey team hire 0 00
Wm Weddle, lumber... .'.... 17 40
J E McCoy, rep. steel plow. , t . 2 00
E M Crolsan, plow share 80
JW M Smith .". 5 00
JA N Cornwall I..1..'1. 7 35
J B Williams :."!.'.:.'. 5 CO
J D Shaw ..... 23 00
McAtee &Sa)llh.. ,'.,., 1 CO
SR Jessup.,,.,., 47 50
Jos Meyers & Son 30 03
S R Jessup '.':'.':. 22 50
II M Branson & Co . ; .Vi ?.'-.'. 8 25
Salem Hospital...... :..: '.V.... 117 00
Weller Bros. 2 75
C Frickey..' ,... 8 00
C Northcutt I 50
Salem Board of Charity..'..".. 11 75
Jaoob Mills .5 00
Steiner Drug1 Co,...l 27 75
Calvlh.ti White' ':'. . . .'tj 11 40
Calving White".......' 9 00
C W Read fl 10
B HBradshaw,amount claimed
5823.50; allowed i I '; itt . . 10 00
John Newsoma 24 00
WW Stephen 148 80
D C Thomas 2 95
Jacob Ogle 7 30
COURT HOUSE AND JAIL, ACCOUNT.
GrayBros $ 55
Scott Bozorth , ,. .. 135 00
F T Wrlghtman '....'. 188 35
GP Terrell '..'. 11
Buren & Hamilton . 2 00
Salem Con. St. Ity. Co 50 QQ
Salem Water Co 38 08
Oregon Tel & Tel Co 8 7 00
Steiner Drug Co .'...-. 7 50
Steiner Drug Co '.-:. 5 25
Brown & Smith 75
E Woodrum .., ... -.4 90
S R Jessup, amount claimed
$15alIowod. ,,,.,,..,, n ...... 8 00 j
FW Waters. ;: S 2 50
Cap Journal Co , . 22 75
Cap Journal Co. amount claim-
ed$48 .!!, "lleJ"
Cap Joum.1! Co, amount claim
ed $18.50 ."... ReJ
Statesman Pub Co, amount
claimed 89.55; allowed 5 50
Statesman PubCp.., .Jt 48 QQ
Cap Printing Qq. , , , 25 oo
F T Wrlghtman 5 00
F S Dearborn ."..:. 3 05
Patton Bros 28 95
EM Wuite PrtCo ,. 7 23
ucu "UKCio , , , . , , , , , , , . .m yu
REMooresfc Co,,,,.,, 18 41
Oregon Statesman 4 501
BFBonham, PM 10 oo
SLHayden, State vs Chung.. $ 7 80
G W Jones, traveling expenses. $ 21 85
Co "I" 2nd RegONG ,? 30 00
SURVEYOR'S ACCOUNT. '
B B HerrJck.Jr.. Gov Cor..,.,,. 15 00
. fi j
ASSESSOH'S ACCOUNT, i!V
D D Coffee, services , .'.$559 00
JURY ACCOUNT. , f
Westacot't & Irwin, meals to
jurors .'.$ 3 00
ELECTION ACCOUNT, .
"Y F Clark, hall rent IJoreb, , , . 2 50
Detrlot Hall Asso, amount -
claimed $4; allowed.,,,,..,,. " 2 50
Steiner &, Blosser , f 75
J L Capllnger . , ..,. ' '00
S J Kerr, hall rent, St Paul . , ,
O Northcutt, expressage
Stay ton Hall Co, hall rent . . , ,
A n Hunt, hall rent ,,..
Hpwell Prairie Unlpn,hall rent
SIlvertonMarino Band,hall rent
City of Sllverton. hall rent. . . .
J M Eskew, hall rent 2 50
L Gtso.no&t, Because th Bst ,
v SAIL BORDEN
i, EAGLE BRAND
t CONDENSED MILK
a ,Sc?5l.?or that " Dook, "Infant
w Kcaltli;" great vftluo to mothers. Sent
rCe; N, V, CondensedlKHc C.
.-jjTPHBSion.ctrtet, , r jttwYwkl
75 - i
two ounce bag, and
coupons inside each four
ounce bag of Blackwell's
Durham. Buy a'bag of
this celebrated tobacco
and read the coupon
-which gives a list of val
uable presents and how
to get them.
i W J Culver Secy, Juno & Nov '93
B A Nathman Juno & Nov
Macieay , 50
C Northcutt, hauling booths.. 8 00
Wm Sullivan, mileage ...,.,.. 5 00
EH Dunham, mileage ,. 5 00
PS Knight, hall rent..,1. 2 50
F T Wrlghtmah, Spec Dept
11 iro m - 1 ill 00
F S Mattcson, claimed $1.23.. .. Rcj
Amos Beach, claimed $7 RoJ
Continued next Monday.
For Infants and Children.
Dsa'e it- groceries, tjaints, oils,
w'nclcv.- g'iss, varnishes, and
the most complete stock of
brushes of nil kinds iiji the
state, Af tists materials, lime?
hiir, cement and shingles, ano
finest quality of r ass seeds,
C. H. MACK,
- UKNTIST. -
F--VMOT to Di. ). T jKeene, old Vhite
Corner, Salem, Or. Pai ties desiring fupenoi
operations Jl moderate ivc:ti my Lraiicli arc
in eij-eciiil rtquet.
MONEY TO LOAN
Plenty ol monny on good security.
A laae quaintly o( bud for sale at
low figur an J on eas lerms.
t' H .MIijTON &AfARSII.
Hoom S, Bush ) ank building.
11 ghest cash price paid,
1 5alcrn' Or.
Next to brev?rv.
oney -to Loan.
On city or farm properly.
Over Bush's Bank, , "
aG.vA, sBack, .proprietor, 3274' Com
mercial street?. iFrehrnles. calces anfl
bread lihyays 8n"lian'd.!t"Justi litfe your
mnt.lipr ncnrl in mnlro l "T '". i
.WW..W. ..VV. V ...U..V. f .. , J
Meets all masl and passenger trains.
Page and express to all p.uts of the
rompt semce. Teloi'bone No. 70.
city. JAMES KADER.
2 it tommerd-il
ISuits $is upwards.
st , Salem Or
WATCHMAKER AND 1EWLLER
Makes a socially of fine repair workSetb
1 nomas clockk, etc., 215 Commercial street
As we have clicDers far (lehominc cattle
we desirij the natronace of all wishini suclrl
iervice. Price 15 cents per head for all ages
G. W. GOULD. North Salem.
11.27.1m II. E ROBERTS, Fruithind
Please notice the cut in prices
on the following!
Shirts, plain .. .C. J. .'. . 10 cents
Under (Iran ers,.,,,.,-. . .1 OoiocenU
Under shuts. ."w.,..v.' Jf.540. '9cnL
Sock's, per pmr 3 ccaU
Handhercliltfs 1 cent
Silk handkerchief 3 cents
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
and other.wprLjn proportitm. - a
Flannels an3 Mother work in
telhgentlyVashed lay han
CpI I Olmsted Prop
Many thousnmi j.
worMi rr,.-i.. . uullrs
auuaDie lor OhrJ.i-.
H are to.be. cnC'T
smokers 0f Blac
Genuine Durham t!
one coupon inside each
NOTICE OF CMV ptW-.
onday. Diccmber V ,8,1 .. . "W. oa
ODen frnm , ! li ""u? ",c J Wll 1
for lh iUl.. r .t. . .
i - .l- .. r "r- -." iu
-r-.- ...... w u ww a. m. in j -!-.
for the full term of tiro years, to wiu
ceed J. J. N urphy. Tho polling p,c ,m
bcatBasey's livery stabfV on Cm, , ?!
between Liberty and High Mrettt. ' Ka
One alderman in the 'Ihird ward t, SJ0.
ceed Hiram Smith. The polling pllt yj
'P'f-'i'miarllnHhfourilf .,,t (0 c.
be at WUcou'lve,y VkXrnr j
Trade and Commercial MredE-
Witness my hnnd this 271I1 d.y , f , ,era
ier, 1890, at lhe,cily orsaltm. Oreg.m
, . , ,' " I t. N. HUES.
"27dtd City K wrier.
hen you ooQialt
the local ticket aeent,
doii't fail to ask him
H0ut O0R service to
tlie East and South.
Ask hltu If our line
ti not shorter and onr
timo faster than thu6
Of aud other railroad
to Omaha, Kansa City
and points beyond.
ASKiilm, too, about
our St. Paul-Chicago
tliays the only word
, VAQUINA BAYJ ROUT?.
ConneEting. at Ya aM BayWl .the h
Francisco & Yaquina Bay Bteamskp Co.
Sails from Yaquina every 8 davs for Sa
Francisco. Coos Bay, Port (Mori, InnidUd
and Hurabolt Bay. . ,
.Passenger accommodations wurrs,r
Shortest route between the WilUinctte ralkT
Ind California. , , t ,.
"Fare from Albany or points west to 8
Francisce: Cabin. y, 'eer?e',fwW?
Bay and Port (Word, cabin """Hi
Bay, cabin $8; round trip, good 60 divs, JIM
Ti.emost popular seaside itMrt
North Pacific Coast. No underlo-n
bathing absolutely safe. .
For those wishing to 9-teg
fishing with aquatic sports, th "Vt
equal? Deer.Var. l,0i?LbSdS
and s?lmon trout can b bl I abuaaince
wiihin a few hours' dure of the bay.
tgrReduced rates to all poiyi .
I. C. MAYO, Sapt Wt Dimb.
M. P. BALDWIN, Local Agent,Ai. "
160 acre fine ppine x'SfAaa.
81 50 100 Ures, 8 rnI ''"""
U acres fear Waterloo,' i$ i "
tion-$6oo- ,,. .0.cres in culti
11 acres. 3z ".'"
18 acres 3iu" ,Z Zat SaUm-
,oacres.4mllsoothito fcM w U
Good bouses to t F"' . ,j,00iM
ranchh. o tfra m & r -
lEbtfto ifH or Iradj . g? &, rail
ivoft don?, pensronpaperSRm R rYAN,
No,.ry public and ,eal estate agI,,,
7 Itor Do:!..
niaxion ""-, jm
vatioiv U,. . c-w-heap.
30 acres, 6 taKalemW
.T .1 lem-eai'