Newspaper Page Text
DO. DO IT!
It does not matter how, or why, the GREAT SUC
CESS' of our SPECIAL SALE of MEN'S SUITS
proving that our values and efTorts are appreciated
have decided us to inaugurate this
;Stffpfise Sale in
; Children's Clothing
Until, further notice our entire stock of Children's
1 Glofn Will be offered at SPECIAL PRICES.
-Absolutely no reserve all fresh, new and up-to-date
New Duck Pants
6. IK. Johnson & Go..
257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Y UOrRR BROTHKBO
FRIDAY, JUNK 30, 1800.
fall, One Tear 93,00, in Advance
ly Cally, Four Montiu $1 00, ! Advance1,
Weakly, One Tear 8100, In Advance
TEMPEST IN A TEA CUP.
' There In undue excitement over the
manner in which n rHfond meeting was
galled nt Balutn to organize a reception
Ijfor tho returning Oregon volunteers.
Tho proposition to honor tliu .heroic
oldlcrs Etiiit out by thin state Is hu-
'ported by every citizen. Then) is no
real dlvlnlon among fiiilcm ttcoplo on
thin question, mid when tho prelimin
aries nro cotnplutcl nil will wntk with
. equal lovo nud zeal for tho honor ami
Sglory of the IJoya In Wito.
Tho resignation of tho Indies from tho
F general committee Iiuh no Hlgnlileanco ni
rtfr as thuir connection with tho several
&prganltatl0iiH thoy represented. Mayor
".tYllidirm tvnu nni tir.iumf nt miv nf tlm
lineotlngs nnd will heartily mipjwrt any
Kp'rojior niovoiuoiit that may I hi not on
El A tthlfl critical tliuti InthohUtoryofoiir
xtVountry all should HHak with kludncwi
'and charity of each other. All uhould huh
' tain tho government In Its tlllllvull tanks
.nl linmn ttitil ittirtttit T.nl ity bull lit una
FpollUcnl lUfforcnceH olpowluiro tlmn over
ktho altar of country mid lot all atrlfu for
. rxmusiitnl ii.l t.n.i.wiiiiiiril f.ittlu.. l..i....t, I.
Ifl-vi. l?lil .... . ,.ui,iri. v vi linn .Jinn-lull
ktlio folds of our country's flag.
Ji,tThoro cannot ho too much honor rnn
Jerrod on tho homo coming volunteers.
K,Our oily should Imi decorated, aithitu
Should Ihi fired, poems uhould Iki sung,
fpralwjs uioken, tho iiinii Hhould ho ban.
iijuetted, their pathway atruwii with
flowers and tho pride of Oregon In (ho
achievements of hur volunteers humbled
ftojhu world with sacred unaulinlty ax
gnjMixtuuplo to future general Ions that
two. npproolato valor.
THE NEW AnCHUIBHOP.
irchbiahon ChrlBtie. tho nrulatv who
laucccoda to tho lato lamented voiy Hov.
KnwS, has now Ihmui pretty well Intro
jHJIwd to tho iK'oplo of Oregon. Wo lw
Hovoltho Catholic opuluttou ami In
fileeU! tlui whole atato where tho church
iRjUurKO (notorial and spiritual InlorcstH
Grjomull pleaned wltli tbu ltovtinind gun.
fit Iiythe spirit of tho broadest toleration
niKTJounKAL can couBruttiiiuo me ihmt
I. S. S. GOES
TO THE BOTTOM
Rucks flu Rial
llWVn INV Ul
IU Uili D UJJ? anil " "0 ". nor what other treat
:J5 mm IHI Vlmn " ment or wmeAllea hato fallwl, 8. B. B.
it iu 1 n it """ l'c""M'i7Brtaonoa ana curas any
Cutis ill first Cisis. dl??? 1 i b,,i?d.!!.v 'y vx mvwr,f
vv i 1
K. " Ikiruul
' w . . . . .... -."!":.
imwiia or irouDiM ao owtinata ana aitllcuU to cure. Very few remtHllw claim
ttgumiuoh tmI, dMn-watad blood dlaeaaeaaa 8. 8. 8. ourpa, and non oan
oBr Bucb InooiitroverUbJtJftvldenoaor merit. 8 8. 6. it not merely a tonlo-lt
ulAlrAll It unAa ilnurn lAtkn d.u ..l Alll I.I l .1 .1 . ..
i5 -1 .7 R -". .. i
l-?11. vry woratca, and
T,wT;,TIMt ar "P HJ8. -H,Uo" ttml '''d ' ftw vlw temporarily,
rwaV to brM4c forth upiln inora vlolrntly than ever 8. 8. a foroeaout OTefr
iJlMt,T. W. Urn, Montfoinory, Ala., wrltuat "Some yeara
V .""" .Hocuiaiwa wan iwion iy a
-rrtw.rw w P-ria MV U WWW "Ml Ma milUil IT t
imj. I wm advlwd by frlenda who had aoeu
Hrtaww vj u, tuirroivma OJ)COIIIO. 1 im
i th sUrt, an th Miwllolntj teemed to g dlreot
wiUe trouble and forca tho iHiUonout, Twenty
( wm eowpluly, flwift'a BpuolHo
. 8. FOR
ttwt la guaranteed
" rW vv
pie on tho coming into oDlco of n man of
tho genuine American breadth of
thought, good feeling and xplondid
abilities of the archblnhop. Wo liavo
known iwrranally Home of the ablcHt
biHhoH of tho Methodist, Kplncopnl nud
United Ilrethrcn churchoH, nud as u
man and ait orator the new Oregon
prelate will meamin) up with tho be.it of
them. The reception tendered him nt
tho Martiam grand was an Inspiring
spectacle that could bo witnessed in no
country but America and his resioiino
was hi happy and patriotic that the
worst Catholic-hater could take no ex
ceptlou to a word that ho uttered.
"To Err Is Human,"
1'coplo like to talk iibotil attractive
things In advcrtls n. In a company
recently tho pmvorl; iibovo quoted,
which appeared at tho head of urio ot
n woll constructed snrlcs of advertise
ments of Hood's SutHiiparllln. was so
much dlscussod that wo doubt If any
ono tticro will over forgot tho source
whnnco It came. Messrs. Hood's &
Co. nro using provorb advertisements
on n very bnvid scale, nnd they nro
ntlructlug discussion nud favorable
comment everywhere. 2
THE WILUMAN nECITAL.
Program for Friday Evening Juno 30, at
Keeds Opera Houuc.
Mrs. Ktta AnderH-Willman, S'aloin
has prepared the following program fiir
her annual commoiicemeut recital to 1m
held at Iteisls oiuira house Friday even
ing. Tho public Is cordially invited.
Quartette, Uakoor.v Marsch Liszt
draco Havage.Mrs. Otto Knuisso,
Mrs. F. It. AiiMiu, Mrs. It, M.
Solo, "Silver llslios In the lake"... Hob
lander Marie 1 Infer
11. "Fairy talo"
0. "Illnls In the woods"
Polo, Halcyon days gels
Duett. "Hondo llrllllauUi" Mohr
Alia Hendricks, (I nice Havngo.
a. Allegretto Op 10, No'.'.
Holo "Martha" Sydnuy Smith
Solo, Conceit March Hollander
Solo, "Alle whore art thou". . . . Anchor
Until, .luhtil Overture.... Vou Webber
MInh Iteokuer, Miss Uublmnl,
Solo, Concert Study (leldbeok
Krwl It. Waters.
Solo. Hal Fouilro Hafneol Joseffy
Solo. a. Nootrune, John I'leld, b, Faust
Valso, (IoiiiiihI, tl, "Fouer Zim-
her. magic lire, scene from
Walklnu, Hlchanl Wagner,
Nettle I.. Itecktiur.
AtlilrwM, Dr. Hoott, president of Inter
state UniverHtty System.
Pfluhlo tjiiartet, () hands. Grande.
Msh Ikwkuttr. Mis Uublmnl,
Mrs, John Kniusiw, Mis Hruy
man, MlssChildum, Mrs. F. ft.
Anson, Mix. Jos. Alburt, Mttf
, In eT.er' t?,t mtA a- 8. s. f.iij
tlomonitratrilta lllliurlnrltvnvap ntlH
fi T "" '.l "l1"""01 huh
fllldAM.n. bnnwi !.. l.Kk
.---v- n.iuua lll.l. MHini I1U DM-
r ui an uiiHiu micnies, ana geu at tuo
routa tho iwlaon from thosyitem ltdota
iiurao who inleotea
purtily regulable, and contain no
"" mnJ vww iimui vr uciiiioa4. t nisvcr tana hj
it fcwrofula, Kheuiaatlim, Contagious Hloixl Polaoa,
' by MwUHjtwJHj Oowpauy, AU&ntft, Ga.
Are unliiinx Mtor rapidly m
liiMtnrM men Ami travel- uZM II
Its carry them In vest W Ilia
Prki. Urtlet carry tlim a
In mre hmttkiir fp them in tnfdlclno
to-Mi. friend rcconiaend Uiein l rleod. !Bc.
A BLAST AT M'KINLEYISM.
The Orcgoninn Indicts MoKinley nnd
declares him not up to the requirements
of tho odlce of president. It asserts
that the administration has made most
disgraceful apK)intmeuts to ollico at the
behest of unscrupulous jmlitieiaus, has
iK-trayed the civil service to tho sjwils
men, lias paralyzed the organization of
the army, has violated it pletlgoM ns to
Currency reform, has humiliated its
most edlelnnt servants and tlUcredited
Amuricau Intelligence and valor In the
e-yos of the world. It has been henltot
ing, timorous, dilatory. It lias paltered
and eipiivocatctl. Its slicy has been
to drift, its conrw! lias beon to sacrifice
vital national Interest 011 tho alter of
partisan and jwraonal jmlltics. So the
Oregoulan names some man, either of
whom it would like to see nominated
for president in lieu of McKinhiy. They
are Theodora Koosovolt, Beth I.ov,
Charles Francis Adams, John I). Ing,
Honry Cnlxit Islge, John C. Spooner
and Itonjamin Harrison.
The I'ost-Intolligencor ossays to re
buke the pronouncement, but appar
only with not much heart in tho task.
It says the Portland paer puts in the
most brutal form all the faults of' the
administration, magnifies Its errors and
ignores its virtues. It adds: "The
Post-Intelligencer is no aiologist for
President McKinley. It does not pro
fess to Isi suicrlat!vcly sutlslled with Ids
administration, Ilohasnmdo mistakes
which no fair-minded Journal or citir.cn
will scruple to acknowledge, Hut this
is 1111 imperfect world, ami usually wo
have to do tho Isjst wo can with the
most available material." It thinks, on
tho whole, tho administration has done
its duty in tliu great essuutials.
Finally tho P.-I. asks what is tho Or
egoiiian going to do about it, since there
Is no doubt that McKinley will be re
nominated? Tho question is 'pertinent.
The Oregoulan is doubtless sincere in its
unfavorable view of tliu president, hut
it will have to take him as its candidate
next your. It may ease its mind by
vigorous protestations now, but it will
fall Into lino when thecnmNilgu comes
on. That Is what the Orcgoninn will do
nlsiul it, Tacoina News.
PINOREE NOT FOR M'KINLEY.
It was reported by telegrapli that
Pingrce, the Itepublicaii-Popiillst gov
ernor of Micliigan was for Algor for sen
ator and for McKinley, "llrst, last and
all the time." Such seems not to be the
Governor Piugreo has made a state
ment, brought out by dispatches from
Washington quoting (leneral Alger as
saying that "flovernor Plngreo is for
President McKinley llrst, last ami all
the time," Said tho governer:
"If (leuetal Alger said that, it is his
opinion from his point of view. The
question whether I am for I'losidtuit
McKinley lies wltli the president, not
me. If General Alger knows that Pres
ident McKinley Ih opposed to territorial
expansion ami is not an advocate of the
murder ami theilestruction being visited
upon tho Innocent Filipinos, he has a
right to say that I am for McKinley. If
noueral Alger is Informed that McKin
ley Is opponcd to trusts and to legisla
tion which fosters, creates and uueour
age them, nud In favor of legislation tti
restrict and suppress them, then I am
closer to the opinions of McKinley than
has generally been believed. If (leneral
Algor Is aspired that President McKiu
luy Is not In touch and sympathy with
the disreputable political methods o
Mark llauua and Ids friends and dc
pieoiates such leadership, then I am for
" l lie question of w nether I favor Me
Minor is oi no consequence In Hits pen
atorial matter, hut I am for McKinlov
in everything lie does which I consider
right; and nguliisl everything he dm
which i consider wnnig."
To Dura liuii.ilatloii roravri-.
Yultu Uuwttcli iMmlv Outhnrtlo. igc or Ho.
If GL 0. 0. tall to uurc, UruKitniU reluca uiouey
ENOUAN D ANTHE UOERS.
There In no chaiigo In Uie situation
that mmiiiih todrho Kngland into a wm
with thuTntiisnal Hupulilio. It Mill be a
war to unable capital to exploit a peaceful
Christian agricultural country. Jivxeph
Clmmlierlaiu. In a recent sptHM-h said
'The tmmivaal's uuoriuous secret
mrice fund has pmcured it friends and
advocates iu every country. I
government is u festering Hire,
nig the whole atmospliuro of
Wrica. The Dutch in Capo Cob
.uniicaiea in oiry Mtiiuirv. us uiis-
lit litlfAlit (illil
Naiai Mdiiiii ihj in tun Imppiost eomli
tiuii, but o long as tlm dlswise of hatred
and suspicion prevails in the Transvaal,
it Is iinpolhle to stop tttw iHintagiou.
' l.'lllll1 tlllllkM Mltl...l lllll.llulf..1.ll..k UtlU
riuinttvl we have been on the verge of
war with the Tnuisvaal. his orronooiu
lu Hiy the Hritisu iormuent
uantuuiir! luit il fi mniitlli' iirmtiiMkiiu
to say thegovuniuiunt will 'draw Isick,
fi that it has lint iu hand to tin.
plow We boH that the efTorts that are
IliiU Ikaatlkif llaOilia M'lll laaalil In m aaiitl. o
iii 'T.-aral nnniv iia uim " tail nillim
ble urmuKfiiieiit, fur Urt Hritulu d-
ires jutfcv, latt tliuro ouiiimi a time
j i bvn iMtlonce oau hantly tw distiu
i KUlidiml fmm wwikuiHwa, and vhn moral
I pnntiHini Uhvuius a faive tlait cannot Im
i tintiiined without Iom or Mlf-nM't
1 1 triut the time may never mine in this
"titmice, but if it dotw, Britons will in-
"t hiii the moans to llnd a result e-
Htuul to the peace of South Afrbw. It
' my U'lmf tlmt tlm country will show
! it-vlhiot uutrtistwortby of its gbiriovis
i Itwtory anil traditions.
Thotv is over tint wlwlt atttlutUai a
halting hesitating dutiions HlHtospbuiv
KngUud knows that inontlly he is in
tUt- w itnig.
IIVHUti- U lllooil tlrvii.
Ckit utuotl liuuni a vi 4.ii
beaulv wltlmut it. dtiiaarvla.CWiulvl
tie vu gur btuod ami kn it S-H U)
attrring mi the w'llvvrttiidurivtucttH iat
imiitioa fiutu the lnnly. (iiriu ttUv tw
lvn;lb lid Ml, ItktaliM, l4?UMd,
and tlm MLly btltau MtupmTiHi
CWarvtij, Uauty fur tan coula.
giiU, MlUfavliou iu-nauUvd, ICv,
iu uuti Mkiy wiww rtiwptaiiuu uv UMns
THEOnEOONIAN AND ALTOELD.
A Itopublican pajver at Portland has
been pouring hot shot into Mr. Mc
Kinley and bis administration, appar
ently forgetful of what it has recently
been saying that until the Filipinos are
quenched the man who criticises the
administration or any of its acts or creat
ures is a copiKirhcad and n traitor.
Iteplying to n criticism, it says that it
"possibly may bo able to do something
for 'the great 'KjHticnl principles It ad
vocates, by holding up to reprobation
those in high places who are unfaithful
to them ; and at any rate it oau have
the satisfaction of tittering an independ
ent nnd untrammelcd opinion."
Those Ihj bravo words, withal. Hut
why not pass It around and lot some of
the rest of us express "an honest and
untrammelcd opinion," occasionally?
The Tucoma ledger, Hop., condomns
the Oregoulan ns "a common scold." It
says editorially :
"Political animosities make strange
lml fellows, as well ns political friend
ships. Thostrangest of those id noun in
the harping on the same string by the
Portland Oregoulan and John P. Altgehl.
"Mr. Altgeld, who has just returned
from a tour through the South, gives
the war cry of tho Democracy In the
next campaign, which be asserts will be
effective. Sixteen to one will not be
placed In the front rank, but the hyoc
nicy of the McKinley administration
will be shown up in every phase. This
is to Ihj tho bugle note to arouse the
musses, with Incidentally a few side is
sues for sicclal classes ; 1(1 to 1 for the
farmers, who see tho havoc tho gold
standard has made, and that free silver
is the only panecea. Trusts will be
harped on for the retnlners of uiitl-ox-pansion
In the cities, where live tliu rel
atives of the volunteers.
"While The Oregoulan does not pipe
to the tune of II) to 1, it is fully iu ac
cord with "Ilrer" Altgeld on the main
issue. No mom bitter or unjust attack
has Im'cii made upon President McKin
ley by any opposition journal than that
in The Oregoulan of Friday. It consist
ently followed a previous bitter and Il
logical attack on the Hopiibllcan party
iu coiigreos because reform legislation
hud not been enacted, ignoring tho sil
ver majority in the senate, which bus
effectually blocked such action.
"Tho Oregoulan assorts the MoKinley
admiuistnttloii is tho cause of about all
tho Ills this nation is heir to.ItcritIcir.es
mid magnifies everything that can bo
tortured Into a fault and makes a crime
of it, ami dnuvs a distressing picture of
this country under four years more
of his administration.
"Not a word is said in all this column
of vituperation of tho many virtues of
tho president, of its many notable
achievements auilthu prospority,thuthus
been largely due to the administration.
No word of pntisti Is given President
McKinley for his heroic stand in pro
venting tho blunder of the century by
recognizing the so-called Cuban 1 to-
public. Nothing but criticism and
magnifying of miner errors.
"That President McKinley Iiuh made
mistakes his most ardent admirers can
not deny, but ho has proved altogether
the Ih'sI executive this nation has hud
since Lincoln; and has won tho con
lldniico, respect and adinlmtloiu of
people of all sections, and will bo re
nominated nud re-elected hy the unani
mous vote of the Hepubllciius and
honest money men of all parties, by a
larger majority than over Isifore In
spite of the opjHisltlon and criticism of
the Oregoulan it is safe to venture the
assertion that tho Oregon delegation will
cunt their unanimous vote for the nomi
nation of President McKinley and that
Ids majority in Oregon will be largely
increased over that of 18Hfl. Tho cause
of the Oregon inn's opposition is well
The Modern Deauty
Thrives on good food and iiinshlno,
witii pieiny ot exercise in ine open air.
Her form glows with health mid her face
blooms with its beauty. If her system
needs tliu eliwiiiHiiii' iinilnii uln lnvnil.-..
icmedy, she uses the gentle mid plwis
uut Syrup of Figs, made by the Calif-
ornia i-ig HyrupL'o. only.
Monk wm.n, Mich., Juno .'10. Muvor
.lame Ikilblrnio, was shot and killed
today, by J. W. Tuyur, dlsnpjiolntud
nlllce seukur. Tayor then llnal u shot
llmuigh hi nun breast and died almost
It isn't any
d lose fuitti in
w. A .11 ....
complain of fcclintr weak, tie-vout and
wui ' ." wncu a woman
aciHmicnt, ami iflet from headache,
rain in the back and atttchea In the atdca
ami tltttrttlflty lift 4Vf.ilt.a1nun aaniiliAii
the average phyaicUu will atttibute thrac
ireimea to netiii, atoiuacn ot liver ttouble
For year, po.ilbly, he takes their pre
cttptton fbr thrae ailmenta without te
reiving any benefit, then, in titial digust.
ahe throw uway drug, and hopeleMly let
mattet take tlieir coutie. A woman who
aulleta in thl way it almott invaiubty a
aulieter from weaknraa and dimiie of the
dbtiuctly feminine otjtaniui. Theie i an
unfatliug and inexpensive cute fur alt
trouble of thl description It 1 I)t
fierce1 Favorite Prescription It aets di
tcclly on the delicate oiyumi concenitil,
tuaktiig theiu well and trug It heala alt
Intertill ulceiatiou and tuM debtbtating
drains. It take the nietsurc off the nerv
and tuakea them strong aud stoady Usdet
it marvelous merit thousands of women
have been made healthy, happy and robust
The "Favotitc Prescription" tetoreMeak.
nervous, vsin racked women aud inakea
stronir. healthy, capiblc wive and moth
er. With iti use all pain and suRVring
tllsapixar. All kvhhI nietliciue stole sell
it and have tiotbiux else "just as good "
CousitpatioM ana tondd liver wtll make
the most ambitious man or waun utterly
good for uothiug. l)r Vietse" ricAni,
Pellets cute them. One little " VejWy T
a geutlc Uxative and two a mild calhartt
Dr. Plcice'a ttxrai;e tlluitiaUd boak.
"People' Medical Adviser" sent, piper
bound, ftee . the cost of walling ($,
one-cent stamps; oi, elwth tmund tl tmis,
Addtes Di k. V l'teive. Buffalo, N. .
A il" an
-).. rf-. i. .VI th
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The Geo, M, Beeler
Always to the front with best
rules and policies In the leading
Do you want wonr, or need help
of any kind? Apply at once.
Property to rent, IlctfUtcr
288 COMMKHCIAL 8TKKBT, SALnM.
Headquarters for Screen Doors, Etc.,
Lnwn. field nnd poultry fence
nnd shingles nt lowest prices.
SA.LIT.rvf KKNCB WORKS,
Wai.tkr Mohlbv. 1'rni).
M btntc 8tnr
- 'J.J. SULLIVAN
A nice line of goods and samples on
hand, Suits $15 up. Pants $
p, a pcrcct tit guaranteed, at
4 0 tf 140 BTATK STItEBT
A LITIS SAVED.
Dr. J. F, Cook, tho Botanlcn.1 Speci
alist. Suoooods Whoro Othors
To whom It mny concern :
This Is to certify that Hertha P. Con
nr, of Mt .Angel precinct. Marion coun
ty, Oregon, has suffered from a enncer
ous growth In the leftcar for ubout three
years. Tho growth wob cutout twice and
burned out once by Albany Physicians,
hut tho growth came back as bail
as ever, and pained her so badly that
she bad to Ihj taken from school. After
three week'a treatment by Dr. J. F.
Cook, of Hulcm, Oregon, the JJotanical
Specialist, tho growth entirely disap
peared, and at this date, four months
since treatment was begun, the growth
has not reappeared, ami tho ear has en
tirely healed leaving only the scurs In
dicted by the Albany doctors.
I hereby certify that tho above state
ment is absolutely true, and that Her
tha P Conner, the (tcrnon mentioned
iu the ullldavit. has resided hi my fam
ily since early childhood, bearing tho re
lationship to me of niece.
H. C. Lo.vn.
SubscrllMjd and sworn to before mo
this eighth day of June, 18W). W. W.
Hall, county clerk of Marion county,
CARTS HACKS ETC.
The Best in the World at the Lowest Prices.
We always lead on style, quality and low price.
Lnrire Simnlv of pvrvtliirnr in nnr linp WorolirMicnc nn,n.
site Brewery, near Salem Flouring Mills.
MITCHELL, LEWIS &
ST AVER CO.
J. A. Forsythe, AVanager.
?' lift RUST OR I
The Model OrogonUNowspaper!und,FanillyJ;journal.
Uniting. Nowb, Fiction, Utcrnry,iIlanchJ.und;Dalry
and Market News lulattraotlye roadublo form.
I !I(L! JOlin
of the stale the same week".
The jl.OO Weekly
In two parts contains all ImporUut Faredgu, National
An IndetHiiidontAssocluttxlJPresi Paper.for the Peo
pits, Send for Sample free.
Thk Journal has the fulleat report r tbedolBtrs of
the loghlature and state ortlclahs, as woll ai Udepon.
den', cbwr ami wncle cmiueHt on nil public taattors,
Xouil u trial subH-rljitloii,
Kurtz & Hamilton
98 COURT STREET.
Make a specially or nil kinds of
Sheet Steel and Galvanized Iron
workrjoflng and guttering, u full
line or Pumps and pump fittings.
Prompt work and reasonable prices.
We carry In stock the Fairbanks
wind mill. Cull and see us before
tflvlug your order for mill or tank.
PROMPT WORK AND LOW PRICES
There is only one place I
In town to get a
If you are a stranger, ask
your neighbor, he will tell
you to go to W.W. JOHNS
jus' babk of the Red Front
Drug Store. 4-15:1 wim
KED FRONT LIVERY
First'lau Fi aai BsirJiag
104 COMMKKOlAL STHKBT.
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rigs, for Commercial Men
Btables In same block lintel Wlllnmotte.
ffjrSafc teams und comfortable rigs
for Indies and family driylnu a spes
lalty. Horses boarded by day, week
or month und best of satisfaction
Buarantccd. .1-1 tf
Wc will shoe your horse, build or
repair your wagon or Implements
Hclng loeuted to stay our patrons
iinvou guarantee tnub our worK will
be satisfactory. Shop 100 Chcmekcta
street. Telephone 2705
ffiflN HEKI.V t'
In tliuo. to rend; all patta
- M A TKAR
Is a beautiful dappled chestnut lfl,'
bands high, nnd weighs 1700 lbs. He is
n jwrlect nil purpose horse.
Will be nt Huffman's stable, Salem,
Saturday of each week in July nnd Aug
ust, nnd the remainder of the
the Fair Grounds. Terms, $15.00 to In
sure. Also colts broken and handled for
speed. II. H. IluTHKitroiii).
All people aro hereby notified that a
tax on Razors of 25c for retempcring
is now on nnd can be paid at the shop
of Sim II. White and Co. at High
street, opposite tho Court House.
Little Men and Women
Magazines have been combined into
a 3L'-page book and the 1'tucn iik-
lIUCKI) FROM 1 tO 50 CKNTS A YEAH.
It is a splendid mauazluu for chil
Rwill n BBBnaaaT
dren from two to ten years if age.'
We want the names and addrcstesl?
of moth'-TH of children of above ages,
and for a list of fifty such names wo
will send the magazine to you onu
Little Men and Women CoiTroy,N.Y
Tho Intor-Stato Unlvorslty System
of Musical Instruction.
H. II. BCOTT. D. M. 111K810KNT
A National ('(niivratlre Iimtitullnn which la
4ottlnnlnK to number IU faculty hy huiulrt'ili
and tta puplla liy tlmusiindi,' Kmbrncluff mum
man twenty BiHie.
For tho benefit of
1'uplU of 1'rlratn Teachers
urniiTrt Mi-iinf.AHTin vr.iH.
(Vrtltlcatr Kranlwl from a rctfuiiuljr char
Kiplaiiatlnn ofllio njtom In iletoil
In tlieoo euliliiitiH '
Wateli for It.
and Memlxir of tho Faculty
ntiuloo oror I'lrat National Flank IIMki
Onn or two places ope u for ailvunred plu)i r In
Oregon Sliort Line Railroad
Montana, Ufali, Colorado
and all Eastern Points
hlTe"clinlce of two favorite routes, via tlie
Union I'arUlo Fait Mall Line, or tlie
Look ut the time
1 Duyp to Salt Lake
2 Days to Denver
.') Days toCblcauo
41 Days to New York
Free tteollulng Clialr Cars. UnliolmeriMl Tun
ht KleeplriK Cars, aud rullinnn l'alaru
Sleepers oeratvd on all trains.
For further Information uppljltu
I10IHK A IIAKKKIt, Agents, Salem
W E. COMAN't Oen'I AkciiI
C. O. TEKKY, Trav. Pans. Airt
' n Third 81.. Portland
You Can Get
a Lower Berth.
Wltb one exception tho through
trains or the Uurlingtou Route
ure almost Inyunubly well-tilled.
The exception Is our St. Paul
Chicago Limited. On the limited
thoro Is usually room and to
Don't Infer that It ls neither
so lino, nor so fast, us ANY train
of ANY other Hue between St.
Puulund Chicago. On the con
trury, there Is uo more beautiful
train In America. It has electric
light, steam heat, wide vestibules,
the most sutlbfactory dining-car
service on tho continent und a
lower berth for everybody,
a, c Sheldon.
GenU Agent. Portland, Or.
Soo Pacific Line.
Travel in comiort
the fastest "
It is a
is of surpassing,
It will pay you
For full DArttoulart as to rnte. time
and cpplt8of C P. R. publlnattnns ap.
11. II. AROTT,
SOUTH AND 'EAST
THE SHSTA RO'JTE
Southern Pacific. Co
UCTRKSS TRAINS RUN DAILY
' 7x p
Ar. ...Satem ....Ar
Ar. San Francisco, Lv
8:oo A m
.-35 A M
5'oopm Ar Ogden ... .Ar morn
6:05 r M Ar Denver. . Lv 6 45 p m
6.43 AM Ar . . . . OmSha . . , . Ar 850AM
8-15 P M Ar .... Chicago ....Lv 6,30 PM
7,00 am Ar, . . Los Angeles. . .Ar 9 25 r 11
8'ISPM Ar... El Paso . . . . Ar 2.35 PM
4,15 PM Ar.... Fort Worth. ,.,Ar 8.40 a m
7.55 A m Ar.. New Orleans. ,,Ar 840 m
DININU CARS "
Pullman tirst-clats and tourist ulccuina cart
' attached to all throuch train) . Tourist can
through to Chicago without change.
KOSKDUKU MAIL., r UA11.Y.
830 A M ) Lv. .. Portland ..Ar
1055 A MLv. ... Salem.... Lv
5.'2oPM) Ar....Roseburg,. Lv
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVALL1S.
Malj tiains dally except Sunday.
710 AM I Lt.
Portland.. Art c-co
1 1. -55 p Ml Ar..
. - - - ,
M I .
I I. '20
At Albany and Corvallis
tains of the C. & E. Ry.
KXrRESB TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
730 P M
Lv ... Portland.... Ar
Lv. . . .McMinnvllle Lv
J; Si 'So
Ar Independence Lv
Direct connections at ban Pranciscu with
steamship lines fi HAWAII, 1APAN,
CHINA. HIE PHILLIIMNES and AUS
TRALIA. For through tickets and rates call on W.
W, SKINNER, Depot Agent, or O D.
GAbTUbLSON City 'hcket Agent, 232 Com
mercial St. Salem Or.
R. KOEULEK, Manager.
I V I ; F & P. A. Portland
bait Lnko, Iicnver FI. worlhl
umaiin, nauiiaa inx oi.,wira
8 p. in,
LiUls,Clilcaco ana cunt,
Wuiln'WaiTa" apokaneV M I n ne
upoiu, oi. ibui. i'uiiiih, iuu
naukce Chicago and uut.
U.30 p ru
Ip in. For 8an Kraiiclnou,
aallercry live Uuja.
4 p. la
I p. in. COI.UMHIA ItlVKlt
ex. Bun1 BrKAMEHS.
Hatiir-rTo Astoria and way uinilluga,
10 p, m.
4 v. ai.
Salum WILLAMKTTK ItlVKlt lul
7,15 am I'nrlluiiU, NewbcrL' and wnyO p. iu
iu n, in.
Ix-avo WILLAMKTrF. IllVUIl
10 a. la.
Balem Corvullla Albuny unit Way
111 1 mi roiiiu.
3 1 1. in
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Daily boats to Portland as above.
Transfors to street car line at Dreg Citv
if the steamers are delayed there ouna
top tickets to all. points in Oregon, Washing
ton, or California. Connect'on made at Pott
land with all rail, ocean andriver line
W. II. HURLUURT.
Gen'l Pas. Act. Portland. O .
O. M. POWERS. Agent, Trade street dock
110ISE & BARKER.
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
I For Yaeulna:
Train leaves Albany ....
Train leaves Corvallis...
Tiain arrives Yuqulna..,
Leaves Corvallis ,
I For Detreit:
12:50 p. m.
1:45 p. tn.
0:50 p. in.
7-00 a. in.
11 :40 a. m
12:25 p. in.
7:40 a. in.
Arrives Detroit. 11:55 a. in.
Leaves Detroit 12:25 n. m.
Ai rives Albunv 5:35 n. in.
OLcuves A Ibuny 0:05 u. in.
Arrives Corvullls l:65 p. in.
SLeuves Corvallis (1:40 a. ni.
Arrives Albany... ..... 7:25a, 111.
One and twe connect at Albany nnd
Corvallis with Southern Pacltlc tialns,
giving direct service tiund from New
port und adjacent beaches.
No. 0 runs from Albany to Corvallis
on Mondays, 'Wednesdays and Fridays
No. C runs from Corvallis to Albany
on Tuesdays, Thurndays und Satur
Trains for tho mountains arrive at
Detroit ut noon, giving umple time
to reach camping urounds on the
Hreltenbusli aud Santluin river the
II. U WALDEN, EDWIN STONE,
T F. 4 F. A. Manager
J. TUKNEK Agent. Albany. Uiu.
WILLAMETTE HIVKK DIVISION
STEAMER WM. M, HOAG,
lapiam ueo. iiaauc.
Running between Portland and Corvallla,
tupping at all way laudluK.
POWN-Tueadaya, Tliurwlayi and 8uuday,
Leavea Corvallla .. . 6 a. ni
LnitV. rtlt..J iyl.il
l.ivi Unena Villa..
7 a, in
. 8 a. m
-9 a. ni
.10 a. ni
OP Monday. Wednt-adaya and Friday.
leavea lortlanil ..... 6 a.m
Leavea Newberg .... .10:30 u, in
Leavea Salem. ..... 3 A) p. w
Lavea tmicpeiuiBiice.. a,t p, m
Leaves Uueua Vlta. . j-.so p. u
Leave Albauy . , 930 ru m
111. I1.A1 -...
The steamer ha bean eaul
1 with Orat-
ojaa arcoinmouaiwtis, iui
us an elegant
Unsurpassed for earrylnr both freight and
Pook-Footof Stale street.
O. MAERTZ, Agent.
Call for Warrants.
Xotie is bttialiv t-ivan that thnru ara
fMntkoB bawl aiiplicabla to the pay
BMint of warmnlii nf tlm CStv tt R.iIaTii
lliaWH OH tile Stinural ftinil unil xiwlnnuul
oh or bttfons Mamh 1 1007 TInMrr nt
suM warrants will plaase prent them
Kr payment at Ladd Jc Uushira
I bask as futarebt will cease from dato oi
ithisnotJw. John Sfoiu.
11. v. a, v,
1 ancouvcr, B. C.
Salem, Or.. June 21, IKsJo. lOt.
aaf,VJ-J -attt-oi at.iaV.-