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A OOOD PLATFORM.
Cii'lMma eiactjiutice U, airmen, .of wlmt-
iofnr onrfluaaion. rftniriiiriii nr
ntKl friendship wit
port ot tho aUte Korernmciit. In all tholr rltfliLn,
twivso, oomjinrco, and fr audshlii with all ua
lions, ontaiiitllna- allancm with nnno; tho up-
a His moil oompeUint administration fur our
domestic concerns, mid tho surest bulwark
agilnstantlUpubllcan bmdeinaln; tlia prosor
vatlmi orilm Kniieml Kurorumuiit In IU wliolo
comtltnttooal vigor, a thu ahcat anchor ot our
poiuo at Iioiim and safety abroad) freedom o
rell (Ion; frnedom of tho pros. .... tlio
principle form tlm bright constellation whloh
ha icon Iraforn Ua, mid unlilod our atepa
through ana of revolution and rnforinatinn.
Muinorlul day at Biihiiu Iiiih liiiuu ex
tended over throo days. Biindiiy tliuru
woro services In somo of tho ohurohos.
Monday thu public schools wuru hoard
(rout und hoard tliu oommitlooii of thu
U rand Army Poits. Tuesday Ih thu
nubile observance of Memorial day
propor. It Is wull to ohsorvo that by
tho uffort of u public Hplrltud woman,
Mm. J. Ilaytiu, there Ih now a ureditablo
sidewalk to tho oomoturlos, south of tho
city. It Ih to bo hoped tho scorchers
will bo kept off that walk Tuoaday after
noon nt toast from noon to llvn o'clock,
Tho coiiiiiiuncomoiit week which bo
Kiiu. at thu AiiiimIIh Naval aoadumy to
day with tho animal rot-option of tho
board of visitors, lHtinlitio in tho history
of tho school, InaHiniHih iih it Ih a com.
munoointint wouk without eominuiioo
inunt or Kraduatlou uxurclnos, Tho rhuw
which In thu course of nnlar events
would havo Kraduatfd t li Ih week, fin
ished Uh HtudloH htHt January whuu It
wiih hurried off to turn, MluiiHtho grad
nation exorcises tho program for thu
wook Im thu wunu iih in provioiiH years.
Tho Mngorn trial resulted In u second
verdict of inurdur in tho llrnt dut-roe,
hut immodlato uotlooof tin apml wan
Klvon by tho lawyers for tho dufunuo.
It WOtltd HtHtlll OH f (ho tWO U(UVllUIUU
ouht to mittlu tho inattor, If tint trial
In tho wound limjiiiict) wits proporly eon
duutod by tho court. It wiih not ho oon
diiotinl tho first tlino and tho mipromu
court ordered a now trial with very lit
tlo rorumony. Thoro Iiiih nuvor Irjoii a
question it!i to thu dtuiiniHtaiitlal evi
dence ull pointing to .MuKurs unlit. Tho
dlstrlut ntbornuy dusurvw credit for till
ent and Industry.
'Uio lire In nil the wliidimglui fuo
torloH with thouxoeptlonof thofuwoo.
opuratlvo t'onuoriiH, will Iw blown out
thin livening and all production will
iwuiti for tin iudeiliilt parted. TIiIh
uildsuiumuruosMitlnn of okiintluiw Ih
iiiado posalblo ly the formation of a nuw
glass triint. Thu anuouiicomout Ih tnadu
that thu purpose of tho nliut-down in
Himply to iiinlutniii a HtoudinuHH in thu
market and to dcploto nomu of thu ox
CCHllvO HtockH HOW Oil lllllld. Till) JIQHt
HcaHon having been ono of uniiHiial proH
purity for thu omploycH thu majority of
thorn will lw ablu to tldu over until
work Ih romnnod without great dliilciitty.
Tho tuition of thu Albany uihilHton in
panning roHolutloiiH coudumulug thu Hun
day uxcurnloti from Cortland lookn an if
it wuru u blow nt a Hpeclal cIiihh of our
cltizoiiH becaiiHo of tholr nationality. It
In oorUiiu that no mtulHtorlal iiHHoulattou
ban over ralnwl Uh voice at thu iiuuiur
oiih rallray uonductor'H uxcurHloiiH which
havu nlwaj'H lx;on huld on Hiiuday, and
other Hiiuday uxcurHlonu by rail and
Htoamur. It lookn liku a Hlap at thin par
tluular uxuurHlou becaiiHo it wan largely
coinx)M(;d of tho German Turnvortuu ho
ulotiefland thuGuriuauAmurlcau peoplu
of Portland and othur uitieH, CoiiHldur
iug that thu (lurmaii'AmerieauH aru in
diiHtrloiiH, lutulliguut, law-abiding cltl
xuiih, and havu an iniiuh right to enjoy a
Hiiuday oxcurHloii an any other uhiHH of
people, tho action of tho Albany iiiIiiIm.
tern In Mugllug thorn out hIiowh a bad
nplrit in a free country.
Tho general committee of tho national
encampment of the Grand Army of tho
Kupuhllo, which Ih to ho held In Phila
delphia during Hcpteinlntr, Iiiih already
enrolled appllcatioiiH from G. A. It.
pout h for ipiartorn for itioru than 10,000
vltdtorn. Aftur tho observance of Me
morial Day tomorrow, for which KHtH
throughout thu country havo boon pro
paring for Hovoral weukH, appllcatioiiH
are expected to pour In very fiiHt. It Ih
belluved that ovur r00,(HK) vinltorH will
Imi here for the oncaiupmunt, and all In
eatlouH are that it will Ihj'oiiu of tho
largoHtaud iiiohI HiicrocHful huld in
aulnn I lint
lira wife la
lie li ically
abletoiluir. .She inert
lilm at the
door uu Ida
h oik or tm.l-
w!!,c Vn,d k,J . ' "" ' '"ka a
Utile whit and pallid, but lic la uvaciuua
lid chrt-iful lit )u w-miicc and he deea
not lvalue that anything i wiung if ut
had but come hxie duiing the tulJdlcof
the day, he would have round, liultid r
the fbenful vjir weak sickly, nmout
juvalld, with headache, imin In the Uck.
"niche In the aide, buiiilnir and diair
Ulng down aeiiMtioiia and uiler dtipoud
In almoat every ee or tlilt Wnd the
wopiaii U really tulleilng horn weuknta
nd UUeMe or the ilt.liiictly fnululnc or
itanliiu, 1'itquriitly ahe i!ik not irallie
her own roudltloti U ahe doxa, ahe
ahtliika from undeik-olnr the "caamlua-
tlpna" Mid "local tiraimcnta " liuUtcd
iiooa by the average tih)iiciii. l)r
Pierce' Vavorlte 1'reaciiptloii la the ruedl
cine needed by womcu who aullcr in thla
way. It ct dueclly on the armltive or
irana concerned and wake them Iron',
healthy and vlorou It allay liirUmma
tiou, heala ulceration, aouthta Mill and
tone and build uu the ahallrred uenea
li irauaionu wcav. alckly, ncrvoui. de
Halom wiih agitated locally by
iiuiiouucumuut of ltuv. Miiguau, of
PiiuI'h KalHoopal church, that
would deliver a courwo of HermouH
against ChriHtaln Science. I to poHt
IhiiumI IiIh llrnt lecture to next Sunday
iih ho did not winh to make a ntart on
Trinity Hiiuday. It Ih to bo hoped tho
reverend gentleman will bo glvbn a
uairteotiH and patient hearing. Wo
live in n laud of toleration and ro
HglotiH liberty and If people think they
can find a letter way to live, a miror
path to victory ovur tho IIIh of llfu and
oonquoHt over tho wouknorinori of thu
HchIi, thu truo preacher ought to bid
them Go I Hpced and not evlnco a do
Hire to hold thoiu back from doing
bettor. Tho Christian HoIuuIIhN aro a
pilot peoplo and aro not much in
evidence except when promtoutud for
practicing tholr religion boliof. It Ih
proouintxl that ho long ui they p,iy tholr
blllri, olniy tho lawH of tho land, and
Yep thu iHimiuundmontu oven ltuv.
M iguau will trtwl them iiiagnau
pondetit Invalid Into happy, healthy ivr
and cointxteut mother. It At for wife
hood and motherhood. It makea "eaaui
iuattoua" uuneceaaary 1 1 our. t dealer do
not ujet uhtllutra for a Utile added
probt to be reallied thcrrou
"I bad aunVred unlaid nJWry for )fr with
ovuUn trouble. u eluukllujt drain. nuk.ll.
tiou. tolnlUt ixtiodi and other auuuyW IrwuU
lea," write Mr. Auuie Jaiuv. ot No Rt-vcnlh
Mittt. Memphla, Wlielty O Truu "tuk
Cod, air health ha been rutly rrMored and I
mm kUJImvI am a vrcll wMuan tu-day luted
fouUa&rnr Hticti I'avMile ITcMrfi'tlou
il.waa completely cured '
""Olj l'ferce'a Pleasant Pellet cut con.
uMie anq uiuouaue. Tiiy never
(Tlfi-a. AW food deaJei have thew,
Tho aoudomy of tho ViHltatlou, mmr
W'uahiugtoii, l). C, ono of tho uioMt
(uiuoUH Human Uothollc iKluoatlouul In
htltutloiiH In America, today Kigali it
three da,vn' celebration of itn one bun
drodth , birtluliiy uluuiuuo, iiuiih,
IiIhIioim, prlostM and other (rluuda of tho
aoadoiny, to a total of hoiortil hiindrotl,
moiv preeent tulay at tho annual com
nienceumnt iworoJiH ovor wlilch Car
dlmil IUIiIkiiim prmldd.
Oregon will produce uu onoruioiiH hay
crop tlilo your, and mo udvio farumr to
jirepare for thu harviMt. Havo all ma.
I'hluory in onlor. Airlvalu in hay in
Hen Pruni'lKCo havo Iwnn l.Adfi ton dur
ing tho week pent. ThU uu not a largo
aiiioiiut, ullluiugh a little luMlor than
liut lUKik. Tho domaiul ha Ikhui very
light, and thu umrkot thoroughly dull.
Moveiuont of tho hay that t being eon
lguol, Ih eMHteillngh1 aluw. Now hay
hiu begun to arrive and naturally ban a
Itttlo dauiHiniug effiiU on prWoH. Con-
minium tiro any about iHiyluu. and tho
lower thu markwt goo. tho Hinullerare
tholr idea on privxw.
AROUND THE EVENING 5
Tot Weiutn Iteflectlon on the -
Neweit Uooki and Mtgazlnef. ;
qCESTIOH OF IlESrONHlIlltlTr
Thla tnlo of two temperaments, by
Elizabeth Robtnfl, is destined to remain
for years to como one of the novels of
constant demand, not merely becaupo
of its literary merit and enduring value
an fiction, but because thu problem it
prcFcntH will remain an unsolved Iphiiu
of our national character. Thu child
question miiBt remain TilKotieii qiics
tlon until solved by an education
that shall reach at thu very root of the
matter, and until guneratioiiH shall be
horn in thu new thought and livu thu
nuw lifu. It will bo for generations the
strongest fltutoment of thu problem that
has yet fallen from thu hands of woman,
Essentially it woman novel, it will be
read by women and, while it offers no
Holution, it must serve thu purpose of
bringing ench woman who reads it face
to faco with tho deepest problem of bur
lifu. It Ih ruodablu Imjcuubo it is
Hero is a picture of social lifu In our
country whoro a family has prldu and
tradition founded Uon character mid
culture. Orthodox religion and purl'
tauic rigor of morals ban reached Uh
hlghcHt flower. College education and a
passion for philosophy and science pos
sesH tlm lilgnly develop)! brain of its
men und women, MunIo and art lend
their development and good breeding
and social advantages are their heritage.
Yet in thu facu of all thesu equipments
for siiccchh thu heroine and hero who are
lovera resolve to marry and livu In Imp.
plnesH ouu year, when If it child Ih to
come to thorn .iih thu rcnult of their
union they agree that they shall commit
Hiilcidu and that Ih what they do. They
delllwrately fall into thu facu of a storm
at sea in it little bout and accept their
fate. Unable to meet thu storuiH of life
they are ullout at last on thu frail craft
that Ih to bear them to dotttruction. And
is not this frail craft topical of our civilization?
Thu book Ih rciidablu and Ih n work of
literary art, It states thu open ques
tlon of our agu but it iIooh not aiiHWer it.
What shall yu do with tho child? Who
nlmU blame thu man and women with
cowardly ovaslun of thoir responsibility,
when thu ago teaches a materialistic
doctrine of heredity that loads to fatal
ism more dark and dreadful than
Mohammed's because It toiichoH that
oven death shall hind iih In uncertainty?
Wo shall bo ImmiiuI hand and foot by the
awful and ovor increasing bunleiiH of
thu world's accumulating woes and then
wo shall not oven bo permitted to have
faltluln a heaven or fear of boll to und
all the suffering of hclpIoHH innocence or
right unreqtiittod wrongs. Our systems
ot education and religion, based on
material philosophies, prosuuthig man
as an animal and heaven as a place,
ruled over by u personal dulty, havu
brought us to the brink of a precipice
whoro Mocloty must either retracu Its
HtepH or take the itufnl leap Into ebaos
IhelxMik prosuntH soclotv on thin
brink. It will compell thought. It
will bunion tho revolution of thought
back to truth. Thu truth of tho social
revolution shall hiouk slowly but It
will break, "Vo shall know tho truth
and the truth shall muko you free."
TIiIh book should muko no out) hh
slmlstic. In Uh own way It in a forerun
ner for a Iwtter onlor of thing terres
trial and ccktdial. If tho author knew
tho working forces of tho now educa
tion, tho newer lines of philosophy,
tho revival of pure mid uudolllcd
spiritual truth that Ih being spread
faster and faster through all duuonil
mitloiiri, she would novur havo wrltton
what she has, May she nor any reader
hesitate on tho brink of tho chasm
alio reveals. lUmolutoly may wo all
deny tho claiuiH of this false mater
ialism that would drag down humanity
from its high and divine estate and
make it tho holplotts victim of tho
father of lies. May tho qiiotdiou bo
solved to KllwtlHith Itoblim and may
hor splendid talent bo employed to glvo
tho world hor contribution to show
tho way out of tho awful prod U anient
P CEtEBRATEO 0
flS HHm, MnvrniviinnMiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiTiiiiirTrinnire'
Haw a-a-ara-ar t v sjt c
mm mwlmvXi- A t f
B mmm VaOf Q I Pnt ihi Work.
tm - law FM Ft ,. , m M m. ' -- .- w ,
m wmmL & CR KC A WM
life. It cures
arising from a
It mnkes nco-
plc well and keeps them well.
Consultation and .
in which she would leave society in the
Tho Btuyvcsant PiibliHhlng Co., 253
Uroadway, Now York, send out a very
readable novel "Tho Wind Goddess," by
Itundall Irving Tyler. It is a clever
story affecting lifo among tho Nuw York
social and financial princes. It is en
tertaining and dramatic without being
sensational or degrading. Mr. Tyler's
story this time is an illustration of tho
results of unjust indictment. In a wuy
there is nothing altogether new in the
idea of innocent eop!o getting wound
up in tho toils of circumstantfal evi
dence, yet the particularly timely ap
plication of Incidents familiar to all
who havo followed thu recent oIson!ng
casc, gives every one anal most tierijonal
interest In the working out of the plot.
Kudyard Kipling will have a story in
tho May MeCluro'H entitled "Tho Flag
of their Country," which exhibits very
dramatically tho difference between a
popular orator and a sensitive, high
minded boy in their respective ways of
"honoring thu flag."
In McCluru's Magazlnu for May, Miss
Tarboll writes of "Lincoln's Bcarch'for a
Man," relating from contemporary let
ters and reminiscences, mainly unpub
lished, thu story of Lincoln's "personal
relations with tho successive command
ers of the army from McOIellan down to
Grant. Tho paper will bo fully illiib
To those interested in household mat
ters, the .May issue of Table Talk will bo
welcome with tho directions for tho
economical carrying out of its menus,
and its tested recipes, as well uh its prac
tical general reading matter. A fuw of
thu topics of the mouth nro "A retro
spect of tho Potato family," "Tho Pud
ding of tho Century," "MothorH Who
Need Help and Mow to Help Thorn;
"Tho Early Training of Children." In
addition, womuiis' interests ip general,
dining-room, tho table, fashions, books
and science in tho IioiihIioIiI all havu at
tention. A sainplu copy of Tablu Talk
Ih offered free, if tliuy will huuiI address
to Table Talk Pub. Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
In thu .June numlwrof the Pall Mall
Magazine Ih an article of great personal
and historic intorest, by tho Hon. Wil
liam Waldorf Astor, on thu fuundor of
tho family In America, John Jacob Astor.
The articlo traces tho stirring and tragic
inoidentH which led to the adventurous
settlement of Astoria, and many details
aru given of tho foundation of tho Astor
family in America. The illustrations
are from unpublished drawings, txir
traits, etc., a lino photogravure repro
duction of Gilbert Stuart's painting oj
John Jacob Astor forming thu frontis
piece to tho number.
Small Mayuard A. Company. havu in
press "Tho Dreyfus Story,"" a short
book about tho Dreyfus ouso, by Itlchard
W. Halo, a Itostou lawyer, Mr. Halo
has trlud to put In handy compass
enough of thu broad, genural facts to
muko a complete and easily road story
in me case, no mis trieu to annwor
concisely tho question, "What Ih it all
A part of the stafr of the ENGLISH and GERMAN Physicians and Dr
MeyerH & Cowlll.'muko their regular monthly visit to
SALEM, TUESDAY, MAY 30th. They will be at
the Willamette Hotel.
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Colleges In the world,
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Among tho ailments cured by the KiirIIMi and Ocriiiiin I'limlclati- are the follow lug:
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erished Wood, Wood I'olson and Scrofula; Catarrh. Toinllltli, Consumption, llrolidiltl. Astluaa
and other Throat and I.uug troubles; Tumon, Deformities, Insomnia. Melancholy, 1'aralysla,
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plaint, Including Ovarian troubles; 1'lles, Fistula, Oboslly, King Worm and Goiter; Tobacco,
Opium, Cocaine anil Mciior Imblti Headache, Kryslpelas, Oout, Tape Worm, lllliousiiow, Dropsy,
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DIsciimhi which havo ballled kklll of other physicians and stubbornly refused to yield to ordl
nary medicines, methods and appliances, aro quickly subdued and mastered by thoso suceessf
doctors. Thoy havo tho largest and btst eiulped medical Institution iu America.
Callou tho Doctor when they come. All ailing people should seo tho English and German
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nothing, Is bound to result In a great deal of good whether treatment is taken or not.
Home Cures. While It Is preferable In many Instance to see a patient, tho Kngllsh and Gcr-
inn .njaiuians navo curou thousands or persons whom they havo never mjcii. If you
caunotsee thu doctors wrlto thu homo olllcu for miostloii list. Advice in regard to your ailment
book for men or women and treatlsu on any dlscusc-AI.I. FHKK. ('orrosimiideiii o and other
dealings with patients or prospeethu patients sacrt-lly umlldentlal. Terms and prices within
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THE ENGLISH AND OEIiMAN PHYSICIANS.
731 Market Street, San Francisco.
You Can Get
a Lower Berth,
YHth one exception tho through
trains of the Burlington Route
are almost Invariably well-tilled.
The exception Is our St. Paul
Chicago Limited. On the limited
tbero Is usually room and to
Don't Infer that It Is neither
so lino, nor so fust, as A1N Y train
of ANY other line between St.
Paul and Chicago. On the con
trary, there Is uo more beautiful
train in America. It has electric
light, steam heat, wide vestibules,
the most satisfactory dining-car
service on. the continent and a
lower berth for everybody,
A. O. SHELDON.
Ocn'l Agent, Portland, Or.
A Few Interesting Facts
When people are contemplPting a trip
whether on business or pleasure, they natur
ally want the best service obtainable so far
as speed, comfort and safety is concerned.
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Linos are
paid to serve the public and our trains are
operated so ai to make clo e connections
with diverging lines at nil junction points.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair cars
on through trains.
Dining car service unexcelled, Meals
a la Carle.
In order to obtain this fitst-cltss service,
ask the ticket agent to sell you a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
and you will mike dirert connections at
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and nil
'or any luifcr infoimatlon call on any
ticket aaent or correspond with '
General Pass, Aent
orJAS. A. "CLOCK,
lly iisImr ur,
lei lev Nc.vn iqjl.
-- X BtH Riiaramertiiocuieall nervous :i-as.s, such as Weak V,ory. Ijmso'
." 7 tlX 9 ""'a I"uwcr, Headache. WkrlulDt-.s,I..t Ma-hooc lulv HmlJ
JJiw ikX f ". Nervousness til drains, loss of piwerlu ienerav. Orran, of
T L Tr 'A fihh.ef r-,"" Hy Trtlon, ySuthiul error, "x i" I of
fliw4 J&jtt lobc,'0Plu"iprstlmiilants,whlchltad lo InCrmltv.Co.. m -onoi
fJprM tPff IV""1 'rC", c"icU In ;t pocket. Ji.ooperbox - i, Cmall
id R ' prepahC Circular Free, fold bv all dru.n-1.1. I.vfl, .. i.ViK.?"
- KI,,iiif.-t..1 l.M u . i- .... "" ----- --- .w. ... wnuuiticii
ICllllllC iu.. r im KMIIP. a...
.tugu,.,oistrltutlijageuts. Third an I Yambbl 8t
SALJ3 UY I). J. PKV, SALlDr, OltEGOX.
lIiiKh Ikiuuor, whom tho Now Yor't
KvoniiiK tauu bun itdlwl "tho ureutest
llnimuii in tho world," and who wiih for
no Iouk ohluf of tho Now York Fire Do
piirtuiont, bun wrttton uu article on
"Modem Firo FiKhtiiiK' for tho Juno
iiiiniU'r of Alnaloo's MukiiiIiio. Ex
Chief llonnor tolln n jduln, direct Htory,
prth-ntint with thu fruit of hia ox
porionoo und ublllty. PhotoKrupha of
hoiiio of tho nuwt dUuatrouH tlroa which
huvo wcurod in various citiuH thoti;lioiit
tho country uro roproducod to illustrate
Chief llonnur's article, Is unique In the
text and illustration. "The Mayor of
CliiciiBO," by Forrest Crlmdey, und a
short paper on University Sentiments,
by tho daughter of Austin Dobsou, con
stitute other article of Ainsleo's for
June, llesldos, thoro uro live short stor
ies, one of which, a tale of Japanese life,
uuccoruuHi wuii extraorjllnury taste
and power by John Sloan. (Street A
.Smith, Publishers, Now York.)
All people aro hereby notillod that a
tax on Razors of LWc for rotomperini;
is now on anil can be paid at the shop
of Sim II. White and Co. at High
street, opposite thu Court House.
Oregon Short Line Railroad
Tho Direct Houte to
Montana, Diali, Colorado
and all Eastern Points
Gives choice of two favor I to routes, via tkc
Union Pacific Kast Mall Line, or the
Look ut the time
H Day." to Suit Lake
2i Days to Denver
3i Days toChlciiifo
4 Days to New York
Free llccllnlng Choir Cars. Upholstered Tou
1st Sleeping Cars, and Pullman 1'alacu,
Sleeper oaraled on all trains.
Kor further Information applyito
IiOISi: & 1IAKKKK, ARents, Salem.
V. K.COMAN, Gou'lAcent
C O. TKIIRY, Trav. Pass. Agt
121 Third St.. Portland
SOUTH AND EAST
Southern Pacific Co
KXPRfUS TRAINS RUN DAILY
Ar,...Satem .... Ar
Ar. San Frnnclsco.Lv
5oo pm Ar Ogden... Ar ihopm
6S P M Ar . . . .'. Denver. . Lv 6 45 p it
6.43 AM Ar . . . . Omaha . . . . Ar 8 50 A u
8'ISPM Ar .... Chicago ....Lv 6,30 pm
7,00 A u Ar. . .Los Angeles. . .Ar 9 25 r m
8'IJPM Ar... El Paso.,.. Ar 235PM
4,15 PM Ar.... Fort Worth. ,,,Ar 8 40 Am
7.55 A m Ar. . New Orleans. . . Ar 8 40 pm
Pullman ntst-clas and tourist aleepinx cars
attached to all through trains. Tourist cars
through to Chicago without change.
ROSKBURO MAIL, , DAILY.
8loM) Lv... Portland
1055 A mJ-Lv...', Salem...
c20 P M I Ar ... Roseburg
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVAI.LIS.
Mall tiains dally except Sunday.
30 A Ml L.V.... Portland.. Arl 550 pm
Ar. ...Lorvnili... L,vl i.'2opm
..Ar (4.3op m
. Lv J 1 5o;p u
.. Lv 7.'3oa M
At Albany and
trains of the C. & E. Ry.
BXI'RKSB TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
4:50 P M 1
Lv Portland .... Ar I 825 A M
Lv . McMlnnville Lv 5:50 a m
Ar Independence Lv) 450 a m
Direct connections at Jian I'ranciico with
stearrship lines for HAWAII, 1APAN.
CHINA, 'IHEPHILLIPINEi and AUS
TRALIA. For throuch tickets and rates call o- V.
W, SKINNEK, Depot Agent, or 0- D.
OAllltlLLiiON City Ticket Agent, 232 Com
mercial Sb Salem Or.
K. KOEHLEK, Managei
H.MAKKHAM G. F .V P. A. Porilan-?
8 1. in,
S p m,
Salt Iike, Denver Ft. Worth
Omaha, Kansaa City, Hi 6 lpm
Louls.ChicaKO anl Kust, I
Walla Walla, Bpokauc, Mlline
apolls, Ht. Paul, Dulutb, Mil
wiukeo Chicago and oast.
For San Francisco,
Ball every live day.
8 p.m. COI.UM1IIA HIVKit
. U..nl UTI'lllL,t)J
Hatur- To Astoria and way LimJinps,
iv p, m,
Dd you want to die?
io a, in.
i p. u
4 p. m.
1'tF r 1 f t-ivri IITVIM!
Portland, is'ewberc and wnyO
For Day ton
A r Sa
Leayo WIlibAMKTTE HIVKIl I let.
Milkm Corvallla Allmiiv nml W Ifln m
Tu Thu, Points. ,Mou
3 . in land F-i
Do you want to getwell?
Ifyouwanttn nip keep right on nlliiur you
system with MINKUM, and oilier POI8ON8I11
FOR BLOOD POISON
Self Culture fur June uppours with 11
varied Tubloof Contents that olllers not
only a wide range of reading, hut also a
olacH of articlos of tho highest literury
merit, many of which are handsomulv
and instruotively Ulustmtiil. A skotcli
of tho life and work of Honoro do Dalzue
shows tho great novelist at work and
tolls of his early strugglos for fame and
fortune as well as of the diiMliini nf tl
cup uf happiuoMi from his lips when ho
nun jum uttuineil doinontie felilclty.
S'ome 1 interesting private letters of Dr.
U. . Holme, and iiornul r..tninU.
J-llllVU it tlxi na..I..t.l.. a 1.. 1
.xiaT.'ci 111 11111. iiiiiiiiiiiis iiiiiiniiiiiur iiitu .. -
1. . - -..-. ,.(. , ir iiiriinj ni,,i f., ...11.. 1 . .
iitturiuournn given. A unicoful tribute! ?.,i... .7a"11 imiuiy anyinir a spc
is rondoivil to "Queon Victoria at r . .1 . a.rc,eU " ""' week
Eighty," the article boin adorn Jl wll ?.L"lh, m, f atlsfactlon
HD FRONT LIVERY
FirstCIass Feed and Boarding
IW COMMEUCJAL, STIIEET.
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rigs for Commercial Men
Btablea la same block Hotel Wlllaraette.
-t- "." " " vuuiiui iiiuic riu'
inu .ui'ui niiuiio ami niiiweu meulcities.
Svik-iii'e.ii.!007' 'Hilt allowliur doctor t
fcM'hlllilhNT on 5011 with drag and try
DK. J. F. COOK,
Olllco 301 Liberty Street, Salem,
He has cared acoreaof neoulo slnc lin enin
I'nieiiuoner Ullil is
. ..1..... .. . " ' .V
i oiutmi, nt it rfnualile
1 Iff!, lllAlA jf -.. 1 - 1 -
iiw. mi iwu ji-KBiiy cnarterea colleges.
As to his standlut: in a cltlten nud his reliabll
lt aabii!neiiian,anyonocan be convinced
that ho I not only a b.mkI cltlien but an houist
nuin. He has been hid about and ml.repre
eutel more than any man in fcalem. but he Van
couni ni iriemu nmoijK tho twt oitlaena of
are Ikm uhoiu ho Us CLUED. Ills remillo
are the result ofu lifetime uf stuly, indjibJirS
,yVi ,""t,Io,u" cure performed fiaht he?e at
home, where his patient may bo wet, and
f'Wl'-noouew-ioU.lck sWild hcslTate
I IMv III HI
11m nlMulotely cunvj nil kind of Chronic
Rl-ease. after nil other .hool have fa led
siichas Cancer. Gravel. Kidney Trouble. I one
Ulseaaw. Asthma, hkln D'soase. Etc without
the aid of the Knife. Plasters or Poison and
with no pain whatever to the patient.
ixirtraiiH 01 tliu child princes and
uiatiiror ijiteeii, ami a full (Kigo picture
of llalinoral Custlo.
ProfosMir lioldwin Smith furnlchosa
a stmiigly written article uguiiut Im
iKirallsni, taking England as a iihhUI.
He reviews the expansion of Hritish
jKiwor and tho present virtual indoixind
enco of many of her colonies, and in
Mnnces the condition of India and the
West Indnti aa arviiiiiunta iiMilnt .m.-
American following of Hritish oxiunplo'.
Biwars of the Doctors'
Patchwork; You Can
Curs Yourself at Homi,
Thia wook Tlia Jouk.vai. begins ita
prointKhl publication uf tho loglalativo
n-Jonl. The mil oalls im all bills, ap
propriations, Jobs, olerknhliwi will bo
oniiipiltfd In tabular form from tho
i.vrl und publiahtl o that any cltUJU
oan mu ut a glunoo tho rvourd nrndo by
tucb member on wwU imrtloular prpo
Hilton. Tills will Iw done withoHt fwtr
or favor and without ikmklug tiimkoi
reounl for r nunt any ropreoiitativo
or Mitiutor for polltloul rvaaoMa,
Now U Your Tinjc,
lkiia' gehoQl filioi. $1. worth
I the iTostoii 8I100 Company. 303Coimnor
letdl atrevt, uwir tho iKatotllco, 4 15 tf
There U not the altghUit doubt that the
doctor do mora harm than good in treating
Contagious Blood Poison; many victims of
thla loathsome dlteaao would bo much better
otl to-day If thoy had nover allowed them
olvea to bi doel on mereucr and potaah, the
only remedlaa whloh the dootow tvop glvo for
,ui ii i i The doctor are wholly unable to got rid of
ii Tl16 Rolnon nd ?n tlmpt to heal up tho outward appearand of the
dlieaae-tho aore. and eruption.. Thl. the; 'do by driving thS'pol.on Into the
yitem, and endeavor to keep It shut In with their constant dues of potaah
and mercury Tho mouth and throat and other delicate pa-t, than break out
into om, and the llghtli continued Indefinitely, tho drug doing the system
more damage than the dUeato Itself. wjaiw
Mr. II h. Myera, 100 Mulberry at., Newark. K. J., taytt ''I had least a
hundrl itnl sn will, th. .I,. ,v t .i...i ,V"V ' !?
.. u.-x.v... nuou a rciuiaou .1) at
they oould do me no good. I had largo spots all over my
body, and the4e soon bt-oke out Into running sores, and I
ndured all tho suffering whloh this vile disease pro
duooa. I deolded to try 8. 8. 8, a a last resort, and waa
apon peatly IniprOTed, I fallowed closely your 'Dlreo
tioni or 8oI.Treatmentl, and the large splotches on my
ohaat began to grow paler and smaller, and bafore long
disappeared entirely, I was soon curd perfectly and mv
skin baa been aa clear as glass ever since. I cured mv
aalf at homo, attar tho doctor had failed completely?'
It Is valuablo time thrown away to expect tho doctor
to cure Contagious Blood roison, for tho dlteaao la ba
jwuu uHr aaiu, owuia opecino
8. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD
act In aa entirely different way frota potaah and mercurya force tho
potaoa out of tha system and geU ThToYlt cnttroly, UenoTlt cura th
m4, while other rentedlea only !,ut the pol in whiw HI u:sj twtw.
MWiaatly undermln ng theoon.trtutlon. Our .y.tam of Ivati homo ulal'
MMt tdaoaii . our within tho waohof aU. We HUe aU asoMaary medleaUd.
Walla for fuU Information to gwUt fiptallo Co., AUantaVQaT PoJ
We will shoe your horse, bulhlur
rep.nr your wauun ur Implements
lleliiir Ucated to tay our pitrons
have a guarantee that our wutk will
bo !atltucuirv Shon 100 f'luwi.rtL.w,,
street, Teletdtone 205. i.i ir
The Geo, M, Bccler
Always to tho front with best
rates and polloles In the leading
Do you want wonc, or need help
of any kind? Apply at once.
Property to tent. Register
26S COMMKUOIAUSTltHHT, S.U.KM,
S, C, STONE, M. D,
Stone's Drufi: Stores
The stores (two In number) are located a
J.O. a4 and m Commerelal street, aud are
well stocke.1 with a compute tn of drugs aud
miKlieiia,, toilet article, trfumery, brushes
etc., etc , etc.
las had some Mj ear. experience In the prac
ticed rallcln and now make, no charJ for
consul'atlon. eiamlnauon or prescription.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION
Daily hosts to Portland as above.
Transfers to streetcar hue at Oreg Citw
if the steamers are delayed there ouni
trip tickets to allpointsin Oregon. Wishing
ton, or California. Connect oa made at Pott
land with all rail, ocean andnvcr Hue
W. II. HURLliUKl.
(Jen'l Pas. Agt. Portland. l
L M. POWERS. Agent, Trade street dock
liOISE & BARKER,
Corvallis- k Eastern Railroad
CouuectliiK at YAQUINA with the
YAQLINA BAY STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Pliat-vlass' lu every ro cct. The above
steamer 1s due to sail from Yaqulua
every elsbt davs.
fihortf st Iloute tictwevn
Between Valley Points and Sao Frueiseo
Albany aud Point West lo Sau Francisco
Cabl n no.oo
uouiid Trip J7.00
T K. A J". A.
Steam Dye Works
No 105 Cmniuercial treel,
opiH-stU) Willamette lintel.
Ladioa' and gentlemen's
clothing cleaned, dywl, re
iwlredaud prohxnl, Fi no
bliiiikeUcleantHl or dyed
Hud nicely Mulshed. Kid
iNoiosvleatitHl, ioc; ded
There is only ce p
l Un t gi a
If ysu are a Mcr, ask
fu' Ulik of the ReJ tW
Kurtz & Hamilton
niukrwnn.. .J .:""'""'" inin
n: '. .VIs a,H1 Kuuering, a
"Cn 'TJ-"?. P"P. WfiW
VfmWkwbm a 5 mrK " 1
i iJSSCPU1MJmk7 7jLs31
- ' "e-sk. .sJ
A Small Leak Will Sink a
III UII1W nrul o
J.T0UNER Aaent, Albany, Ore.
STEAMER WM. M. HOAG,
Captain Oeo. Itaabo,
.pupi:;ltna,.,(r?aeye,ianpdofn,1r,:1 an" corTi11"'
DOWN. Tuesday., Thursday and Bi.ncUr.
Uavo Corvallis ..
Uaves Albany ;..." 2 f S
Leaes Ilaeua Vlsta7rr; ' 1 ? S'
Arrive rortland :"JZI 5".S
Leaves Portland a ra
Leave Aloanr .
. a 00 i, m
7 ao p, ia
e bo p ui
I.'.e l ''".en "eqnrpTeTwIlh first-
full Ury !" are exjHirU. 'w
pwpr work m iw prices.
---" tn aa ciiiuii IHI1I7 lit tuu..
imiii i pip i tlw MllarwUI eon t, mi.
VJ8 ve your home from 'fevers
lipdwna ami germ dfei. uT
. 'we make
Willful HHBr. Lr,Z,,r ",.,ttort
catititiauiN -.i K..5l7i "T " K"
2M COMMKRCIAL STREEr
Telepftooe No. 3371
iiiaiio "TO,ra"-0,,"o-. Inoludiiii- an elegant
vXSSZSKF ,or "rry,n,J ,b '"' ud
Dok-Fotof Stale street.
O. MAKRTZ, Aueat.
The Inter-State University System
of Musical Instruction.
E. H. 8COTT. D. SI PRESIDENT
InvinnriPJf ' l'-Pratlra InlitatIon which Is
and 85 Sg,dl.UILra5r ,u Jaoulv by hundred.
rhantwiH,Sl.wt.,h0UMna' Eabraclwr mor.
rwMr 'A nefit of
PupJUof PrlTata Teacher
, At Home,
rriifu.riBnTU MHOMano TKAU
Eiplanation of the system In datall
In the4 column
.. "atrli for it.
Kr.i?d MenJb" "f tho Faculty
btudeo cter Hnt National Bank UW..
Oae o. two place open for adtaneed pUyer I
Pao 1 1 1 t.
Screen Ooors and Windows.
Screen cloth etc, Poultry
and Lawn fencing of all
kinds and shingle.
SA-LttM KECNCK WORK8,
a 1 1 Wawsai MoaLKY. Prop.