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WE DO, DO IT!
It docs not matter how, or why. the GREAT SUC
CESS of our SPECIAL SALE of AEN'S SUITS
proving that our values and efforts are appreciated
have decided us to inaugurate this
Surprise Sale in
Ujitil further notice our entire stock of Children's
'Clothing will be offered at SPECIAL PRICES.
Absolutely no reserve -- all fresh, new and up-to-date
New Duck Pants
named to honor tho home-coming volun-teen.
G.l Johnson & Go.,
257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
TDE D.IL1 JOURNAL
BY HOXrK BKOTUBRS
MONDAY, JULY 10, 18W.
t Dlly, One Tear 93.00, In Advanoo
DHy, row MoaUu 1 00, hi Advanoo.
Weekly, OmTmu1 91.00, In Advanoo
MAKE OREGON IMMORTAL.
Oregon wan iiover blecHed with etich
perfect weather for erips or for a visit
from cnoterii editor. The conditions
havo been ttcrfect for making Immense
crops of hops nnd grain, huy mid veg
etable, for mnnll fruits nnd vcgntnbles,
and maturing all the trco fruits, and
for favorably imprestiing visitors.
Warm bright days nnd cool nights nra
maturing tho most porfrot crops and
tlio bluest crops that hnvo over been
produced in Oregon.
Oregon foresta' grain Held, orchards,
gardens, meadows, Inwns and parks
nuvur looked as rich us this year. With
such blessings of nature and such re
wards for industry staring us in thu
faco lot us drop nil work Tuesday and
roino to town and help make tho rceoif
tion to thu natiouul wlltor'n excursion
r most cordlul and over to bo remem
bered ovont by our visitors and by our
selves. It wilt pay uu to do this royally,
Oregon In hojefulIy on the evo of let
ter ilayH, of uxpauslou and prosporlty of
tho right sort. Lot the BOO visitors, tho
knights of thu quill and BsisMirs, herald
to thu world tho richness of our material
blessings, thu hospitality of our city,
mid tho country and cordiality o( its
jwoplo. Lot ns then give our visitors
thu day, feast their souls, eyes and
stomachs, show them our homes and
fnnuB, our wives and daughters, our
rivers and mountains.
Thu editorial reception at tialom will
open with a banquet under theooolilrs
of Marion square, whuru tho mayor
will ypoakftiid thu visitors will Inj heard,
noun and mnda welcome. Thou nliort
rapid drivoa for two hours Into tho coun
tryand let all who havo a vehiolu be
on hand. Thou return to their train
stud arewell. At that point lot us pro
sent cuch visitor with u bouquet, llriug
your ltfiuqutitfl to this ofllco Tuesday.
Tub Journal never begs favors, but It
would beseech every lady reader who
bus flowers tojnuko up from one to ten
showy haudlsjuquuts, bring thorn to this
oirico Tuowlay ho that wo eun give every
editor, or editor' wife, or sister, or
sweetheart a bouquet when they leave
on thu train Tuesday. Ixit them In-ur
away fragrant memories.
NOI3LI2 WORK OP THE LADIES.
The women of Hnlein havo made a no
ble record. Thoy wnt their sons to be
come volunteers. They stood by their
Inrys through thick and thin, when oven
thu government was neglecting them.
They organized Hmergency Corps and
performed relief work, made garments
and picked lint, sent food uud delica
cies to the hotqiitals, and now they
want a hand in welcoming them home.
These women havo organized and
maintained Kmorgency Corps out of
their own funds, uud if thu war lasts
live years, and more volunteers are
needed, thuy will make further sacri
flues, and bo found loyal to thu Inst drop
of their blood, the last hour of tholr
lime, and the last cent of their means.
Thu usporwlon that such women were
ucluatcd by other than purely patriotic
ayo, sacred motives of loyalty Is un
worthy any man's thought.
Most of the women In tho two Minor
genuy Corps have ol!t!cal principles.
Most of them belong to one party.
TIioho who are not Republicans have
generously and heartily laid aside all
-mlltics and sustain tho administration,
even against thu record that Is shown
up against It by the administration
party press, 'Thank God, the women
of Fnlem are patriotic beforo they are
partisan 1 There Is Iiojk) for thu rising
Tii it Jouiinai. would nay to these la
dlus: Go one stop further. Ho forgiv
ing as well us generous and patriotic.
Sustain whatever ix undertaken in the
panto of our city in tho wuy of a recep
tion to the volunteers. Your work wits
properly undertaken and was performed
in as good faith us was all your work for
tho voluuliHirs, from thu day you
pinned Dowers on their uniforms and
sent them from homo with your bless
ing, Women of largo hearts and grand
faith In the future of our country the
mothers of ninth wins as tho Oregon vol
unteers are bravu enough to Ih mag
nanimous won when their efforts havo
been mlHunderstood and their services
not fully upprcolutod, No prouder rec
ord was made by tho women of uuy city
In thu Northwest for devotion to the
soldiers, IaiI It now bo completed by a
graceful and cheerful acquiescence in
whatever shall Iki undertaken In thu
numu o( our city by tho committee
GROUNDS FOR BIMETALLISM.
A gold standard papor at Portland
essays to bo funny at tho oxpenso of hi
metallstn, enlarging upon the coinage
situation in China as an instance of
variation of commercial ratio from tho
ratio fixed by law Ix-'twecn two money
Tho China, 1000 oopier cash is the
equlvolont by law of ono tool in sliver;
yet, through tho recent rise in the price
of copper, It costs tho Chinese govern
ment 1.1551 tools to huy copper enough
to make 1000 cash.
The mere statement of tho case shows
that it does not All tho conditions under
Which blmetalists claim purity could be
maintained letween two money metals
at a fixed ratio. China does not have
free coinage of silver and copper. If
she had, tho government would have
nonocoHlon to buy copper out of which
to cash. Doth metals would Ixi coined
on private account only, nnd whenever
cop Kir should become more vuluablo for
other uses than for money, it would
ccaso to Beck tho mint. Tho whole
monetary burden would then fall upon
silver, and thu whole supply of copper
would bo devoted to tlieso "other noes."
Until this should cause a riso in tho the
value of silver and a fall in tho prico of
copper, no inoro copper would Ik coined.
If the supply of silver should prove in
adequate, Its value would riso until it
would overtake that of copper, nnd tho
hitter would again Ik) coined. If the
supply of silver should prove adequate,
it woufd not rlw in value and no harm
would lx: done.
Thu Immutable law of supply and de
mand fixes tho uxchaugeablo value of
copper and silver uud every other com
modity undor tho sun, even gold.
With free colnago and equality before
thu law, at any given ratio near the
ratio of supply, silver and gold would
remain at u purity for the simple reason
that neither metal could find sufllelent
markot outside of the mint to simtuin an
advance in price.
Cure Hick headache, bad Maw sj SJ
taste In the month, coatrrf MM II
tongue, gas In the stomaeh, III 2l
dlitmi and Indention. Do " "
not waakan, bat have tonle ftct. 3 rmli
Th otilr lllll to Uk with Hood's SartaparllU.
Going-in-swimming is nearly ripe.
Wanted each of tho COO visiting
editors to bear away froiri Salem fragrant
memories. Ladles, bring us COO hand
bouquets of roses and showy flowers, es
pecially old fashioned one;.
The People of Oregou are impatiently
awaiting tho return of tholr volunteers
from Manila, and will give thorn such
greeting as proud hearts rejoice to give
their heroes. Medford Kyc.
Ilymon II. Cohon of the Portland
Nuwsboy's Saturday Kyo truthfully
says: "The man who can run a news
paper and ploaso everybody can figure
on a reserved seat in tho front row of
tho hoavenly orchostra, oven if ho ain't
Tho Bai.km JounxAi, accuses tho editor
of tho Jndceudent of having addressed
an appreciative-audience. He delivered
the 4tli of July oration at tho nsv urn
The average fialcm editor Is not happy
I1IIIUSH iiu ih Having some i tin wit
fellow editors. Albany Democrat.
Fun is tatter than friction and feel
Mrs, Frank Southwick tuny not bo u
politiciun, but sho sent Iter boy to the
Philippines and such a womuulsentitled
to reiqiectful treatment by any commit
tee, Mrs. Kouthwick has n big it heart
itHuny woman in Oregon, uud soldiers
old uud young know that Is no lie.
Grand Clearance Bale of
First come, first served
To make room for new stock from
the summer run of tho factory, 1
will ecll all Tile on hand at
fifteen per cent discount. Now is
the time to buy tile cheap. Call
.-. at once and Becure a bargain.
Best Urick in tho market.
HOC "CJ 3Efc 3E 1BL "TKT
Fair Grounds, Salem, Oregon.
To L'uro juniiiatlon roravnr.
TaUo Uiocuretg Cuuilv Cutliurtle. lOo crlSo.
liauC fait to cure. druKclou ref upU uiouoy
With two ImmcnHU ntlltes tonight, the
moit Hticcesaftil International conven
tion ever held by the Sx:lety of Chris
tian Kndeavor will come to a clone.
Prenldent Clark and Secretary Paer will
presldo over the farewell services and
thu cloning uddrcsHcs will Ikj dullvored
by nisluqi John II. Vincent of Topeku,
Kits., nnd Itev. J. Wilbur Chapman, I).
!., of New York.
During the next ten days thu dele
gates to the international convention of
iron moldors, one of the largest and
most powerful labor organization of
America, will lie in soshIoii at Indian
iik)IIh. As this is the first convention
held hy the union since IKDC there is u
cotiNlderublo quantity of business to be
truiiHactcd, including thu eoitHlderutiou
of severul proofed ohangcH in the con
Htitutiou. Thu inm molders' union en
joys the distinction of Uilng the only
gteat labor organization of its kind to
have an iron-clad agreement providing
for the submission of all wage and other
disputes lietween employer and em
ployed to nu arbitration commit
tee. There has Ikhiii no general strike
in tho trade fur u nttmlier of years and
us u rcitultthu union Is In a highly pros
peroitH condition, lmth numerically and
lluuuoially. There uro upwards of three
hundred delegtttes lit attendance, rep
resenting uliout ftO.OOO ittemlKtrH hi this
country and Canada.
Tiik .Touhnai. had the exclusive latest
news from Adjt. Gen. Corbln that the
Oregon volunteers would bo sent to
Portland on transports. No other Solum
paper printed that newH. It was an As
sociated Press dispatch. It was official ;
authentic. No other paper had it. Tin:
.touiiNAi, day tolegrams uro immense.
W. P. Hermann, a brother of Hon.
HIngur Hermann, was burned to death
in Flugstnff, Ariz., by thu explosion of a
lamp. It is mippoHcd he went to sleep
and left thu lamp burning and it ex
ploded, Fottlng fire to the bedding. Tho
remaiiiH were wont to Myrtle Point, Ore.,
Oregeniun: It Is to !h hoped, for tho
saku of decency, that Sonutor Mark
Manila did not, upon bin visit to the
hotiHu of commoiiH, make thu inquiry at
tributed to him: "How much will a
vote be worth?" It will not mirpriHO
uiiylxxly, however, if it nhall turn out
thrt he did ask the question. That's
the kind of a man he Is, a gnws political
"fixer" and "bona" whoso presence in
the Houuto is one of thu facts which have
of lato so discredited nndchoupened that
Harvey Scott don't like Mark Ilanna
bceuuHoho delivered the federal patron
ogo of Oregon over to the Mltchull-Me-Ilrlde
11,00 BBf mn
A LI?I3 SATED.
Df. J.F, Cook, tho Botanical Speci
alist, Succoeds Whoro Othora
To whom it may concern :
This is to certify that Bertha P. Con
nor, of Mt. Angel precinct. Marion coun
ty, Oregon, lias suffered from a cancer
ous growtli in tho leftear for about three
years. Tiie growth was cutout twico and
burned out once by Albany Physicians,
but the growtli came back as bad
as ever, and pained her so badly that
she had to be takon from school. After
three week's treatment by Dr. J. F.
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, the Potnnlcal
Specialist, tho growth entirely disap
peared, and nt tliis date, four months
Bince treatment was begun, the growth
has not reappeared, and the car has en
tirely healed leaving only tho scars in
flicted by the Albany doctors.
I hereby certify that tho abovo state
ment is absolutely true, and tliatBor
tha P Conner, tho erson mentioned
in the affidavit, has resided in my fam
ily since early childhood, bearing the re
lationship to me of niece.
II. C. Loxa.
Subscribed and sworn to bofore me
this eighth day of June, 1899. W. W.
Hall, county clerk of Marlon county,
Kurtz & Hamilton
93 COURT STREFr.
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The Model Oregon Ncwspapor and Family Journal.
Uniting News, Fiction, Literary, Rauch and Dairy
and Market News in attrac.tlyc reudable form.
U issued Thursday morning in time taroacl; nljtparu
of tho state tho same week.
Make a specialty of all Kinds of
Sheet Steel and Galvanized Iron
work roofing and guttering, it full
Hue of Pumps and pump fillings.
Prompt work and reasonable prices,
We carry In stock the Fairbanks
wind mill. Call and sec us before
irlvlug your order for mill or tank.
Pullman tust-clas and tourist xleemn.. -,T:
attacked to all through tralm, Toutist carj
wiruuii iu ,iiich;u wuuoui cnangc.
ROSKDURO MAIL. r-DAILY.
8:30 A Mj Lv. .. Portland .'.At (430PM
io5S A M Lv. . . .Salem. ... Lv.Jt50.TM
j:2o pm) Ar....Roscburg.. Lv (730 A m
DBTWKEN I'ORTLANO AND C0RVAIJ.IS,
Mall ttalns daily except Sunday.
730 A M I"!.". . . Portland. ,Ar I c.-co p
m;5S pm Ar....Corvallis.. Lv 120 p m
At Albany and Corvallti connect i
rains of the C. &E. Ry.
KXrRESB TRAIN DAILY LRXCHPT SUNDAY.
4:50 r Ml Lv ...Portland.. ..Ar 82s"a m
730 p m V Lv. . . .McMinnvllle Lv $.-$0 H
8:30 rM)Ar Independence Lv) 4.-50 a m
Duect connections at han hrancisco voTii
steamship linsi fi HAWAII, 1APAN
CHINA, THE PHILLIPINES and Alls'.
For through tickets and rates call o- W
W, SKINNER, Deiwt Agent, or 0-
OAI1RILLSON City Ticket Agent, 232 Com-'
mercial St. Salem Or.
K. KObbLEK, Manacei. "
IvtCU I ; F i P. A. Portlanl
PIIOMPT WORK AND LOW FHICBS
RED FRONT LIVERY
lb Jl.00 Weekly...
Firstht5 Pai aai BaarJing
Wm. LILLREY, Prop.
Best Rigs for Commercial Men
Stable In Mtno blook Hotel Wlllamotte.
tfiSafc teams nod comfortable rln
for ladles and fnmlly drlylns a spea
laity. Horses boarded by day, week
or month and best or satisfaction
U'uarantced. 3.1 tf
8 p. in,
Thero h inoro Catarrh in this sec
tion of thu country than all other dl-
FOR BLOOD POISON
tam ( tin Doctors'
tm ImM at Wm,
Then U not the illghtott doubt that the
doctor do moro ruurm ihn good in troatlnn
Contagious Blood Potion t uuijr vlotlms of
thlj lofcthsomo UImuo would bo mueh better
off to-dty if they had never allowed them
oWei to ba dotrd on mercury and iotMh, the
only remedies which the dootore tver give for
'ins aoeiore uro wnouy unnoio to get ria 01
tWe.Ylle poSon, wd only attempt to heel up the outward ppernco'of the
AlunUi wia ore nd oruptloni. Thle ther do by drlYtns the poison tnto the
feUM, and endearor to keep It ehut in with their ooniUnt doses of potash
im Msarcury. The mouth and throat and other deltoate parta then break out
ievtwaoMH, and the tight is continued indefinitely, the drug dolo the system
mm 1mm than te dlnease Itaelf.
Mr. xTLTMytHPt. 100 Mulberry St., Newark, tf. J , sayst "I had pent a
hwisUn daUadi xitit the dootom. wnea 1 reaiiiea tbat
tsW sjW lo ttM ho food. I had large epota all over say
. aM then aooo Broke out into running sores, and 1
sttuwA ail tit au faring which this tile disease pro-
mm to try ... aa a last rort, ana wm
iMM-ot4. I follewfrd oloaely your 'Direo
.Ti4utBMt' atul the larire imlokihe on mr
q gvew mt au4 awaller, and before long
euY. I waa ooa eurM sarit otly aa my
Immm a otoar a glaaa ever atfe. I cured ny-
sftsr Mie aootova DM 'auw completely."
tlaaa thrown awav to axoeet tha dootora
mU&ov jBlood Polaott, for tha dlteaaa li be-
r mm, siwtita pojbo
. S. . FOR THE BLOOD
M Wrily dHlarent way from potash and aaraury it foree the
m Mt afHOm aR geil riu o I tHum. ntiiwii turci nv
XISeaiS H1J SMIUS sa hhuh iu mr it iium wrir
t& tka aeaatflMtiOB. Our Bittern of private koma treat
, uft wiMtl Hw raaek ot all. Wa give all eaairy m4Im1 ad-
aava im ayparTMisaiHi gvwmmij.
t WH v. w
isssssssssssV WMst twMHr
DevotiHVH of the gume of whlct to n
total of nearly (KX) thronl thu iKtrloni
of the Auditorium Hotel nt C1iUuko to
duy'on tho'oiHHiNlou of the oikiuIiiii of
tho ninth nnnuul eonKrotui of thu Amerb
eun WhUt lenKiiu.
Nearly nil of thu dolygnteH lmve now
urrhisl fur tho National IMuentiumtl
utwoelntlon convention at lawAngolen,
whleh IioUIh Km tint wiionii tomorrow,
uud the hotelii and Ixmnllnt; houootl are
crtiwdc! (mm cellar to nttie lth guontti,
Home of whomjiitvo travehsl thotisuudH
of inileH to take 'part iu the ithuriu.
The mwnIoiih of the Nntioual Council of
Kducutlou were rMUintHl bxluy wlthnn
inoreuMsl attendance of memlKir. The
morning sowlou, prided over by A. It.
1'uylor, of Kmporla, KiiHlliituiiil to the
reuding of vwrlinw reporta 011 chool
hygeue, normal tvliooU and kindml
toplev, all of which were uxhuuntively
diveuod by the council, Another edu
cational boly now iu Kwlon Is the
Summer Institute on Indian miIuhiU,
w hieh oixiiuhI today and will ctmtlnue
two weeks. The Institute ua tho name
implioK, In iuteiuKM fur all vuporiu
bndeutii, teachera ami otheromployeii of
the lndlmi Mihool Mirviw of the UuitiHl
Mate, ah well as all pernios intervvtteil
in Indian cluinitlon. The teehra
! preaout rvuont nil of tho Indian
nohoota In New Mevico, Arltona, Oro
tron, Colorauo. MinneeHwn, Washlnuton,
Tho opening today of th Chicago
and MilwauktHudeotrio lino glM con
tlnuoua eleotrlo ear service from Hum
in md, lad., -or lUue Island, III., to
WaukejtrtB, UK, piiwlng thumt;l Chi
oago, the vntlru dUtaue iiHHng tidy
inllw. It la poitle that U- ma) wm.
uier the jwruoy iiiaj' Ih uxtexdiKl bAMl
wuuVeo li tho ejompletton of tho JHl
waukej, ltAoJuij ami UinN.ha rlvetrto
season put together, and until tho lust
lew years was supposed to 00 incur
able. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease, uml
scriucii 1 oca 1 remedies, and by con
Htitntly ralllnu to euro with local
treatment, pronutinced It Incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to Ikj a
constitutional disease, unci therefore
requires constitutional ttoatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
h J.Ctionoy Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is
tho only constitutional euro no tho
market. It Is taken internally In
doses from 10 drops to a tea; poonful
it acts directly on the blood end mu
cous surfaces of tho system. They of.
icr one uunureu uouars ror any case
it rails to euro. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address,
i- J. OIIKNKY A CO., Tolorio, 0.
Sold by Druggists. d5c
Hall's Family Pills arc tho best,
In twopartscontalnsnll Important Foreign, National
and State News.
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SRlt IjUco, Denver Kt. Wortlil
umnna, Hniisan (Jiiy, ate l.'i-nn
UxiU.t'liIcoao nutl Knat, I
Wnllti Wnlla, Snoknlio. Mlime
upon, hi. I'aui, Himiih, .Mll-l
nuukvu 1 nii-ai aim otiki.
Fur San I raurlaco.
Mall tiTi'ry live clays.
To Astoria nml ay IjimllngB,
rorlliiiiii, NcMbcrc ami
4 y. 1
4 p. ra.
wayli p. iu.
10 a. m
Tho return of thu Ynluuteortirtimhulu
us of their splundid murkmiiUHhin, como
and perfect your ahootlng at the new
giillory. li:i State street next door to
Gray Uros. F. J. Fontaine, Prop.
0 SO 10
1 r rtmiftit s aim At t . r
ni. outiiAiii, uieDOUtii Miltimeooii-
er.is prepnml with the beat iUtility of
stock tu make oooporugo f all kinds,
from a woll bucket to a 10,000 gulUui
tank. Prices to suit the Uiihm. Shop
in Smith Salttin. (1 10 Im
w th y& fM Ytxi Ibt AMars BsU
A dUcatcd stomach undermines
health, It dulls tho brain, destroys
the nervous ystom. All dyspeptic
troubles are ourod by Kodol Dyspepsia
Curo. It bus cured thousands uf caes.
Its Insredleuu are suoh that It can't
help curing. Stone's Drugstores.
Tiik Journal has the fullest report of tho doings of
tho legislature and state olllclals, as well at Indepen
dent, clear And concise cuuuont on oil public matters.
Send a trial subscription,
Is a beautiful dappled choatnut 10)$
hands high, and weighs 1700 lbs. Ho is
a iHirteot all purposo horho.
Will bo at Huffman's stable, Salem,
Saturday of each week iu July and Aug
ust, and the remainder of the week nt
tho Fair Grounds. Terms, $15.00 to in
sure. Also eolts broken and hnndlod for
81HIUI' H. 11. ItuTnnitKoiin,
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Dally bouts to Portland as above.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg City
if the steamers are delayed there ound
trip tickets to all points In Oregon. Wsshlng
ton, or Califoml a. Connection made at Pott
land with all rail, ocean nndriver line
Gen'l Pas, Act. Portland, Or.
0. M. POWERS. Agent, Trade street dock
IIOISE & BARKER,
austu tin h1 Vw Hw Alwirt BwH
Gun-shot wounds and powdoi-burus,
out, brutso.9, aud Ivy-poUonlug,
quickly healed by DoWltt's Wltoli
llaiol salvo, prevents. blwl imlsnnlng.
"DeWltt's" Is SAi'Kand sukk. Stone's
DeWltt's Llttlo Karly Uisors ben
etlt tvrmanontly. They lend uentle
assistance to nature, uuring constipu.
Hon and liver ailments. Stone's Drug
CASTOR I A.
I'or Infants aud Children.
Kit Kkid You Hays Always Bought
Oregon Slion Line Railroad
The nirect Route to
Montana, Ulali, Colorado
anil all Eastern Points
fllTM eolce of two lavorlte routes, via tlte
Omhw I'aelfie Fi Mall uSi.oTii
Rio tiramle Seenle Uum.
Look at the time
H Days to Salt Lake
3i Days to Chlcairo
41 Days to New York
Krve RorllnlHK Chair Cars Unholsteml Twj
it SWIbk Cars, ami Pullman I'alaeo
8lwnr operated on all trains.
Ftor further Information apply I to
HOIBK A llAUKKIt, Agents. Salem.
W. E. COMAN. Oen'l Agent
C O. TKKKY Trav. PaM. ABt
IU Thinl st. Portland
Corvallis & Easter nRailroad
2 For Yaqulna:
Trnjn leaves Albany 1U:50 p. in.
Train leaves Corvallis..., 1:45 p. m.
Tialn urrlves Yuqulna... 5:60 p.m.
Leaves Yaqulna 7-00 a. m.
Lcayoa Corvullls 11:-I0 n. m
., rr,fM. Albany 12:25 p. m.
:i I' or Dotrelt:
Leaves, Albany W0a,m,
Arrives Detroit 11:55a.m.
4 Kclurn nu:
Leaves Detroit 125 p. m.
Arrives Albany 5:35 p.m.
OLeaves lbany 0:03 p. m.
Arrives Corvallis (1:65 p.m.
oLeavcs Corvallis 0:40 a. in.
Arrives Albany 7:25 a, iu.
One una two connect at Albany nnd
Corvallis with Southern Pacific tiains,
giving direct service tiand from New
port and adjacent beaches.
No. 0 runs from Albany tnPnrvnllls
on Mondays, Wedncso s and Fridays
No. 5 runs from C01 Willis to Albany
on Tuesdays, 'liiumlays und Satur.
Trains for tho mountains urrlveat
Detroit at noon, giving ample time
to roach camping grounds on the
lireltenbusli and Santlam river the
II. U VAI,DKN, EDWIN STONE.
J.TUHNEU Awnt, Albany, Ore"
& bast practical Implements In the Market.
We Always lead on style and quality. Larire
supply of stock and repairs always on hand,
MITCHELL, LEWIS St
ST AVER CO.
Branch: Near Flouring Mill.
You Can Get
aLower Be rth,
With one exception the through
trains of the Uurllngton Route
are almost invariably well-filled.
The exception Is our St- Paul
Chicago Limited. On the limited
thero is usually room and to
Don't Infer tbat it is neither
so flpo. nor so fast, as ANY train
of AN other Hoe between SU
Paul and Cbioago, On the con
trary, tnero Is no more beautiful
irum iu America, it lias electric
WH.UMETTK KIVEH DIVISION
STEAMER WM, M. HOAG,
Captain Geo. Kaatx,
KutllilllE beturaau IVirll...,! .! sv. ,u.
DOW N - TuwJayi, Thurwlays ami Bundss.
Uavoa Corvallis -,... i.u
UvAlUny :--." :i.u,
Uave uiw Vina ,.T saw
111 m m
l& as New iy
Arrive Portland ...
UP Momlays. WelnwdM and Frldara.
leaves lortlaml. 6 . m
" Wrg 10.30 a. m
leaves BiUm .... s so p. ra
Us Bawt VIta
Lmim Albany .
.. 6:00 . m
. 7.30 p. HI
, v:ajp. m
11 .00 p. w
d with flrt-
The itaamer k&c Iai.
oiau aeoaKolatiiui. in.Wn
UHnirpawd for parrying both freight and
DoolrFi otof State suet,
O. MAEBTZ, Agent.
Call for Wurrants.
Notice is hereby given that there are
funds on hand applicable to the pay
ment of warrants nftba Citv of Salam
drawn on tho general fund ami endorsed
rifi op iuifi.su A l11 i tfi9 lly.U.K.1 aT
JlS,htlwlde5Mbule8,MWirmiitiiwfll pfoaso present theiu
tue most saiUfaatnrv iihin.i.Wn. ....,..... J. ti'j ,. D...U..
ta?MJrth tar nUi?laDd I H" ,nk as '" will cause from dute of
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A.C. SHKi.nrtv 1
Oen'l -Agent, Portland. Or.)
July 0. 18VJ. lot.