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EVERY GOLF SHIRT
IN THE HOUSE
AT REDUCED PRICES.
1 FOR JUST HALF PRICE.
r NF.W CRASH HATS
NEW CRASH HATS
AT NEW PRICES.
G.w. Johnson & Go..
257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
TOE DAILY JOURNAL
BY UOKXK 8BOTHBHS
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1800.
!, Oho Year 93.00, In Advance
Dally, Four Montns 91 00. 1 Advance.
Weekly, Ono Year 31.00, In Advance
At I'owJialan court houeo, Virginia,
W, 0. Pilkington was placed on trial for
the killing of State Senator Wllllatn
M. Flanagan on July 3. Both prosecu
tion ami dofamre are represented by
utnlnent eoniMol ami the trial bt expected
to be ono of the nwwt noted In the
erlmlnal anna to of the Obi Dominion.
lite Kentucky state convention oallad
by tho recent Lexington eonforonco for
the purpose of nominating an anti
Ooebol ticket asMtnbled here shortly
after noon today with P. P. Jolitwn pra
ttling. Hvory ootinty in the stat wan
represented by accredited dolegaton uih!
In addition the convention Iiall wan
packed with well-known olltidami who
have declared thumrolvuH In opposition
to tlio tiokut iiiiiiio! nt tilt IMikville
Tlio nnmml onn fur unco nnilur tlio huh
ptcttd ol tlio Winona Lake, Iml., Illhlo
ttoiifurunro ootninitteo oiwnud l'luy,
coudiiutod by tlio Hov. J. Wilbur Chaii
man, I). I), of Now York, More than
500 ohurchiiiun weru pruMiit nt tho
0K)iiIti((, hialtiilltii dttltfgatioiiB from
QIiIciiko, Indianapolis nnil other cHIom,
The onnfuruuee oonti'iuoH ton dayti,
during which time there will Ik dully
illsguaiiioiui on toptaa relating to tho
(Iwji-jniiiK of thu-pirltunl life of church
iiiuii. Tho lint of prominent upoakurti
InoluilcH tho mimo of 4tho Hov. !(. A.
Torruy of Chicago, Hov. G. Cuinplxill
.Morgan of England, MIm Aunio Harlow
of l'hlladulphlu, and the Itev. J. I'.
Oumou of llrooklyn.
At Auburn, Iml., it genuine matrl
moiilal roitulon 1miii todny atteudetl
by the two thousand and more eouplee
who Iwivo Iwen inarfiwl by tliu Itev.
Wltlium L. Mihmo, of that olty (luring hi
pawtornto covering three- wore ytntm.
In addition to the two thoumiml happy
hrldee and grooms of former days the
ruuulon is atUnvded by huudrad of
their docoiiiluul who swell tho erowd
tu oiiormomi proportions. The reunion
Ik held under eauvas in tho city park.
A brans band furninliert llu) miiaic, ad
drtrMOH iKirtluuut to matrimonial prob
luiiiH are dellvured by able nKwkar,
and as an additiouul attraction for the
onniludlui' exerokten tomorrow all
eouplo who make aiiplloutiou will Ik
inurrled free of eharxe by the jiKtrlurch
I)liKttclHM fro4H Haste, Switzerland,
statu Unit the annual coiiKreee of the
Kedurutton of .IoiiIsIm, whloli ohhhmI in
Catarrh is one of the most olwtlnnto
diseases, and henoo tho most Uitllgult
to iret rid of.
Thero is but ono way to oure It.
I'iiu dlsoase Is in the blood, and all the
iprays, washes and InhalliiK mlxturos
in tlio world onn have no Mrmaiient
effect wlintmor iihui it. Snlft's Bk
elllooun Catarrh permanently, for ft is
tho only ruudy which can reaeh tho
dlseaso and foroe it front tho IiIimmI.
Mr. H. 1' MpA Ulster, of Ilarrndslnirg,
Ky., had Catarrh for years. He writes:
"I ooulit luipforrmput rhHrr,
thoush 1 vri. WHiXauiir ImtMMi vrllfc W'f
bhu wtMtiM. Ha aiar
IH (. 1 ..Hill F llMt
Mrh wlttUr I writ wrorx
lbu lh vir pivlou
Kit. Ii y H ttaa
InuuBblM Hty nuttrr
llitl tMWrtti wu hloud
ill. h4 af lr (blNk-iiir-
nr (lu HM((r. I
(W It WIUIIFMukblt
U rxiHH( iu U veir4 tj
ItuiMlln Hlil oh only
rtlml th urftr i
tbrn t1'lll Mi 1 1
'w tvlllr wrr uml, I mo-
licttla MtetPUUe Imprvvrmrai (.UuHiaulus
(be ruiKly, the ill w furwnt owl J mt
ttm, snil s duiIri cure iW tMtitl.
1-avU li whuiuvs this lri)ljl (Iismm M
ftUiltlnll ItiOlrloval irr4tui(iil.'lilc4i Uknr
Uoiici thrm miytCiMxt. sail UV 8 8. &. rrm
rdy thtt can rtV (h tilk-tM mil curr It.
To oontimio tho wrong treatment lor
Datarrh is to continue to suffer Swift's
Bpeolllo Is a real blood remedy, and
cures obstinate, deep-fonted Uioao.
iihloh other reined ii have no effect
whatever unon It tiromntlr rt'aolies
H . eitil aflr a I
Catarrh, and nuver fails to curv even the
most aggravated cases.
IS ihindy Vk table, and is the only
blood rvituody f;iisrantei'U tooontain ho
Book maned trmb by Hwlfl SpeelUo
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
O ill. C I ?3h IH-Temnered Babies. I
5 1 I I , "ErSiSr) i Omar at tTTlt& ta cfeSdrta by feeding nntri-
S&I3 GAIL BORDEN?
SDIDTC fSPEAGLE BRAND
TTB I II I ? CONDENSED MLR Is a perfect blast ft Take no sabiUente for the J
lift I m EAOLE BRAND Snro for Book x -n" P
I I I I 1 1 1 A tOROEN'BCOnOCRtCO HILK CO., HCW YOKK 0
1 1111 I J 1
that dtr today, i rentarkatite for Ute
jtHmber awl repreeontativo character of
Utosein attowlanee. Nearly 000 dele
gatos wore present when the congroM
was callol to order. Despite the close
orvo41knc under which Jtlie Ituraian
Jpwb arc kept that country ban the
largest representation in point of num-
Ihjiti. Mora than fifty delesatra are in
attiitdrtce, all of them having eomo to
Bade very quietly and on tonrist. Aus
tria, Germany, Houmania, France and
other continental countriea are well
ropreenttil. Bngland and Amoricaare
not m largoly reprofontod by dele-atos,
a fact which may be attributed Ui the
Katie faction of the Jews in tlwxw two
cfMintriod In their present condition. It
in worthy of note, however, that the
number of deletfatet) from America is
many times greater than at the first Zi
onbit oongrese, which wiw hebl .there
several years ago, and at which there
was present iMit one doletrato from
America, tlie Her. Dr. Schepsebel
FcltalTer, of IwlUmore. J early a More
of American delegates are accredited to
the premnt oongreM, ineiml'if; Umj fol fel fol
eowing: William Fchtirr, Chicage:
Adam HotHinburg, New York;Mie IleM
rietta Scold, lialtimore; Dr. Davi.
Frietsch, New York; Dr. Oast row,
l'hillMdelphia; Dr. Hkhard Gotthiol,
New York; Dr. Stephen S. Wife, New
York, and G, II. Mavre, Baltimore.
Tlie present oougrum inarkM another
step In the movoineut which has for Its
object the colonisation of the Jews of
Palestine, a suliemo which has Ixiou
more than forty ynur u reuelilng iU
present stage of advancement. Among
tne loromost promo lore ol the work are
Dr. Max Nordau, the author of "De
generation," ami Dr. Tiwodoro Ilertzel,
of Vieiinu. The present gathering is
the third of the International congresses
called to piomote the colonization
movement and generally to discuss
inuatiH for Inittorlug the condition of the
Jewish nice. The last congress dis
russod ways and means of nutting tlie
enormous mim of money reniiirvd to
carry out tho scheme. The conclusion
was rtsiched that it will take nearly
$100,000,000 to carry out the work ami
it is planned to raUm the money from
the Jews thomselvos. The late Heron
Hirwhwasat one lime interested 'h
the movement, but it is understood tlwt
he abaudoiied It for what he considered
the more practical scheme of colonizing
tlie Jews In Argentine, Cyprus ami
other ('imrtor of the globe. Many of
those wlo Imvo from time to time iiwnl
festerf eutlmslastb! interest iu tlie
scheme Imve later alwrnhmed the idea
as impiMcyeal. This, hovever, does not
seem iiiiHinpen uieaniorol tlie mas
of tlioso Interesteil as is evidenred by
Ute fact tliat Uie attemlauce at Uio
present ciMivw is kirger than at auy
of Uie m iows gaUieiiitp. 'Hie tmoemt
of Uie wham would uhmh Uie colouiaa.
Uom of at least ft,( X),( )0 lit HalwUne
ami each family would have to be sup-
(illwl with land, a Iums, a oow and im
4emeiiU witli whidi to till U soil.
THE OUUaON VOLUNTBERS.
The following iIsmi v1 but no hsss p
pr.datwl tribute to the Oragou volun-
tivrw apimonal in last Tlinrsday's San
Fraud) Call :
"UreKoti ha good reasou to be proud
of lir loys. iiiiH FmHcWou eati ami
does bear UUms to Uieir worUi. Dur
ing their stuy iu thki city Uiey won gnldeu
oplnhrtis from all surU uf ihMhW, ami
now that Utey liave returul to Uteir
lHHiies weMMtd after Umin Uie beat
god wwlies and Uie fulleet pnttse for
tlwlr conduct Hot ouly wldle ia Uie
sorvive, but during Uie brief stay Utey
mane wiui hs alter UiiHg mustered out.
"Hie siralgNtfQrwanl soudunt of Uie
Oref4MW white in Ute service may Itave
beew due to the eilerth-euees of Uteir
disi'idiue us soltllsrs, but their utderly
coure after belikg Hiustereil out and
pafcl oil, exxM(d as they were to the
full temptation which a ktrm city of'
fere to young men awuy from Uohm, can
be attributeil onh- ta a Hatural noWlity
otcltaracter ami awtrelul luMue Unilain
Uncoil s volunteors. thervfore, have
itornw wituesd not ou- to the jKUriotk
whir of the state, but to Uie sterling
uxceJkMiee of its virtue aud the hhth
staiMlanlof wwitHOotl iHMthwted iu iu
"Some fears have beett felt iu this
city tlwt thtt dkbamJIiig hero at all the
volunteer uu their arrivul Inu the
Phllli)t)tiM wwikl ropli hi ibtj
lo tijHHl Uie ooUHiHHtty a Urge iihh
Iwr f Wle IHtWt, Who instead ut glHg
httiiitt Wukl tviiuun here t send tUlr
imtHty ami Uius in the i-ud add i.. tW
ntHnpioyd and probabir toth dtvo
luto mH ehve of Uie city. If any such
fears wre ever Mt oonceraing the Or
ogeu mett Um?) have been dissipated.
All of the members of that regiment
stool s steadfast bj- their eoiora after
beiMt; mustere.! out as before, and in a
body they left we to return to tlw wel-
ooMe that awaite them at home.
"The course taken by the torn of our
sister state hi another iHaetrathm of the
fwporior character of the men who
made up Uie volunteer armies that re
sponded to Uie cull of the Union. The
men who are flrst to rally for Uie Hug
when war breaks out are not Uie vagrant
idlers and tramps of the cities and the
countryside. They are Ute earnest
young manhood of Uie nation. They
light for love of country, and not for
mere love of adventure, Their heart?
are with their homes ae well as wiUi
the bannors of thoir regimonts, and
as soon as thoy haw acoomjillshed
through war an honorable peace wlUi
victor thoy gladly lay down their arms
and return modestly to the work they
left unfinished In thoir offices, their
shops and thalr farm a. Oregon wo re
peat, can welcome hor boys with a just
pride. They have reflected honor upon
hor in peace as in war, out ol service
ai well as in it. Thoy -wore good soldiers
in the Philippines, good men In San
Francisco and gontlemun at all times.
They have been faithful to the best as
pirations of Oregon homes, and merit
every honor tho proud state they repre
sent can bestow uion thorn."
Use Allen's Foot-Ease in Your Gloves.
A lady wrltes: "I shake Allen's
Koot-Kusc Into my glovos and rub a
little on my hands. It saves my glovcj
by absorbing perspiration, it Is a
most dainty toilet powder." Allen's
Foot-Ease make? tight or new shoos
easy. Always use ll to Break in New
Shoos. It keans the feet, cool und
comfortable. Wc Invite tho attention
of physicians and nursos to the ab
olute purity of Allen's I'oot-Hase.
All drug unci shoe stores soil It, 25c
yumple sunt I'llKtt. Ad dross Allen
S. Olmsted. Le Iloy, N. Y. I
Dawson Herb Tou
cure co rittLI nation,
PROF. P. O DONEBRAKE.
Newly Elected President of the United
Urethren Philomath College.
Prof. P. O. Honohruko, tho newly
called prosklent of Philomath college, is
comparatively a young man, having boon
born in Iowa in ISftl, iu which sitte he
r :eived his earlier education.
After two years at Pleasant Plain
Academy he entered Wostom College
ami took a complete course, graduating
after a period of five yenni in 18S3 with
At the end of his courno he was olected
priuciiul of the k'IhkAs at Gladbrook,
Iowa, lmt at the end of two yean re
signed to take a course in theology at
the Union Biblical seminary.
After graduation he became princiml
of tho Hufus Clark and Wife Th dogical
Training i-chool, at Sielmni Iiono, West
AL the end of a year he was attacked
by tro4cal fever and eomolled to return
to his native land. In search of houlth
he accejited a call to the pastorate of u
SjMjkane church, which he left to Iw
come preeideht of Philomath college.
Prof. Bonebrake comes to Philomath
College with tlie aids of a strong con
sUtutiou, a prososiug presonoe, a
riie scliobiriHiip atul an exjerluueo of
travel ami iu Uie oeeujKiney of iniiort
ant ulllcial positions emiueuUy llttlng
him for the olllce.
His marked iiulividuality and deohled
cluiructr w ill greatly help to bring the
future glories of Philomath college to
eel i pee Uiim4 uf the sut.
The wolf of
howls at the
doom of thou
amU of sicn
who are well
to do and ur-
ro united by
lieallh, in the
eae, U tarva
tion. mire and
C.v x?n P.,,,e
u T,i v. 5 i w p i c .
? means that
" . r
and ilttew ate
liHuffioicntly nootMhed. Iwinor, iuiuf
Oclml uiHiiutauuiit U ktarvatlon.
When a tana's heil aches it it Occuum
the ti 4Hea of the btain do not receive
m (timet nouiUhmcut from the btooil, or re
ceive Impure and unhealthy noutuhiuciit
When a wan grt ncivou ami aleepleM, it
tiiraan that the Mood u not oroueily nour
tshlHK the nerve When hl iH brrV
eut with blotchet and pimt) and erup
tion, it tueutu that the ikin n being fed
hjmhi the impuritie of the UUkkI AIhumi
evety known iliae in jHimaiily due to
improper uoutuhrueat throush the Mood,
which it the life ttreatn Dr I'letcc't
Cehlen Mcdictl IHcovery is the cieatt
of all blood make w ami purifiera It irivea
cdite to the appetite, eottect all ditotdera
ef thciligetliott. maket the auianUlioti of
the life Klvwr clemrnta of the food per
fect, invigorate the liver, nraoetM tecie
lion and excietioii. and vtUiitet the whole
body. It makes firm, ruucuUr llh. but
Uoe- not tuakt corpulent (eop)e mote cor
pulent It cure 98 ter cent ef all eaa
ef llnceriuir cough. Lroachial. throat and
kiudred affection, which, ll neglected,
lead up to conmmption. It Uthe beat of
all nerve tonic and restorative. Kept by
all medicine dealer.
" I mo takru Mt iu FrWuitv. tfaj. wkh tin J.
Mhc d ta!n la mv back " wth II OaikHa,
M 01 ju sown J M
!. TaowH. WaUt
cld in a iUur and be came three time. Ilr
um 1 w unm vot I lent ge
ewk a cough thai I chum mm i
if Sr lUv' ffeAlm l
ru4e uc wa4 and we ll m
utaklv and aBctiv
vely aa Dr. rHei
na4Ht Pcjteta. They never stipe.
(toLT .prVT Ci
PiuiHm up r t ur wag ww e,
KM MM lhat I ra mit tUk mJ -'
nt I wi iniSir la Jttt I ated InahMahu
Md aur mt.
A HAPPY MEETING.
O, I saw a happy meeting
At the train the other day.
When our brave and loyal soldiers
H turned from Ute batUe-fiehl
It was a loving mother
Greeting her two brave boy,
0, the meotfng must have been to
One of earth's most bieeeed Joy8-
With an arm around each hero's
Site kiseed each manly face,
While their arms they twined around
In a warm ami loving embrace.
All Ute grief of parting
All the worry of bygone days
Was forgotten In that moment,
And naught left but songs of
Naueht but songs of praise unto our
For his tender, watchful care,
For the safe returning of her boys,
Tlie answering of her prayer.
Our Father we thank thee for the
That have returned to their native
And on those that are still awuy
Thy blessings we Implore.
We pray thee to ever guide thom
By toy loving, watchful care,
Ami if not on earth in that home
Grant a happy meeting there.
Flohknce S. IJei.j.,
Salem, Ore., August 12, 1SW.
To Cleanse the System.
Effectually yet uently, when costive
or bilious, to permanently overcome
habitual constipation, to awaken the
kidneys aod liver to a healthy ac
tivity, wiinoui irritaiing or weuicen
Ing them, to dispel headaches, colds,
or fevers, uc Syrup of Figs, made by
the California Fig Syrup Co.
Portland, August M. Wheat valley
67J to 68; Walla Walla, M to A7c.
Hour Po-tland, 2.76 to 8.S6. Super
fine 42.15 no- bbl.
Oats Whits 84fc, grev 42 to 4Sc.
Hay Timothy S?Wor ton.
Hops UftlSc; old crop 8c.
Wool Valley. 12 13c: Bastern Or
egon, 812. .Mohair, 27 SO.
Millstuff Bran, $17; shorts, f 18,
Poultry ChickeiiB, mixed, $ 8.504.CD
turkeys, live, lUgl.lc.
BuBsOrogon, 18 to 18c per doz.
Hides G recn. saltwlW) lbs. saOc.undu
00 IIjs, "S ; sheep ihiIu, lCgeOc.
Onions 76cti0 per sock.
Butter Best dairy, :W8o; fancy
creamery, 40c to 46c per roll, store 22 to
Potatoes 76 to $ 1 jwr cental.
Hogs Heavy dressed 5ft0
Mutton Drossed, 5Q0o jwr immuhI.
Beef Steers. $4.006H.36; oows, fS.OO
i3.60 drueoed, 01, .
Veal droei-ed, t)"c.
Wool lite, Mohair 80c.
Hay Baled, cheat and clover fti.OO.
Hugs 16c to 10.
Flour In wholosate Iota 2.60 retail
Millstuff-bran 116.00 short f 10.00
Hogs dresod, 6)c.
Live cattle Steers 8kf cows 2 to 8.
Dressed Veal Jlc.
Butter Dairy 16c creamery 18c.
Poultry Spring chickemA) to 10c.
Hens a cents.
''Our baby wis sick for a month
with severe, cough and catarrhal fever.
She kept getting worse until we used
One Minute Cough Cure It relieved
and cured her in a few days " B L.
Nance, Prln. High School, BlulTdttlc,
Texas. Stones Drug Stores.
If you want fresh homo made candy,
lee cream, ice cold summer drinks, or a
good cigar cull at the "Sweet Home"
No. 23DW Commercial street. 7 20 tf
Irritating stings, bltos, scratches,
wounds und cuts soothed und houlud
bu PeWitl's W 1 toll Hazel Salve. B
wuro of counterfeits, Stonos Drug
For the Seaside.
Your family wunt the liome news at
tho Seaside. Thk Daily Jouknai. will
bo sent by mail at a special summer re
sort rate of One Cent a Day. No order
taken for lew than ten cents. 7-lStf
Ilenuty 1 Illootl Deep.
Clean blood meant a clean tktn. No
beauty without it. Caworctt, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keen it clean, b)
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Bcgtu to-day to
banish pimnlea, boils, Ulotchou, blackbeadt,
and thai sickly bilious coinplcxiou by taking
Cascarvta, beauty far ten cent. All drug
gists, satufactiou guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
University of Oregon.
First term begins Sept. IS, IS).
Hxcellont courses in Ancient and
Modern Languages, Science. Mathe
matlct etc. Gacluatos from the tenth
grudo und from all accredited schools
admitted without examination.
Students not fully prepared toootor,
can take studies In which they are
ilotiolent, In the Hugene City Illtjh
Pur catalogues und further Informa
tion, uddro&s the PreMdout or Hon, J.
J. Walton, Sec. liugene, Oregon.
8 1 7w eod illy
O. H. LANE
VX STATK 8VKRKT.
Q Suit SIS and upward,
Pant S3 and
I have for sale on my Ha wejl PraU
rel Raneh 0O tons ef A I Otovr
ay at H.OO purtsn In the fleitl .
Dr. J. T. Cook, the Botanical Spec
allst, Succeeds Where Other
To whom It may concern :
Tliis is to certify that Bertha P. Con
ner, of Mt .Angel precinct, Marion coun
ty, Oregon, has suffered from a cancer
ous growth in the left ear for about three
rears. The growth was cutout twice and
burned oat once by Albany Physicians,
but the growth came back as bad
aa ever, and pained her so Iwdly that
she had to be taken from school. After
three week's treatment by Dr. J. F.
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, the Botanical
Specialist, Uie growth entirely disap
peared, and at this date, four months
since treatment was begun, Uie growth
has not reappeared, and the ear has en
Urely healed leaving only the scars in
flicted by the Albany doctors.
I hereby certify Uiat the above state
ment is absolutely true, and that Ber
tha P Conner, the person mentioned
in the affidavit, has resided in my fam
ily since early childhood, bearing the re
lationship to me of niece.
II. C. Loxa.
Stibscribod and sworn to before me
this eighth day of June, 1809. W. W.
Hall, county clerk of Marlon county,
O. fi. UIAOK
Saccetser to Dr. J. M. Keen-, old WlilU
Corner, bal.in, Or. Part ict detiring ui criol
operations at moderate feci in any branch ar
in especial request.
ALBERT A. JESSUP.
ROOMS 1 AND 3, fill AY ULK.
BED FRONT LIVERY
FirsMass Feed and Boarding
Wm. ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rigs for C omniercial Men
BUblct In mux blue k Hotel WllUmolto.
tSTSafe teams and comfortable rlg
for ladles und family driylm: a spec
ialty. Horses boarded by day, week
or month and best of tutlsfuctlon
guarantee). .'M t;
TONERS AND REPAIRERS
For btleta ant vicinity
C. Wilt's Mu(c Htore.
Iwve orlrs at dco
For water service apply at
payable monthly in advance,
complaints at the r-fS.
Tho Intor-Stato University System
of Musical Instruction.
E. II. BCOrr. D. M. PHBSIDBKT
A Natmnal CoMratlve Intlltnllun
latanlnr In nilmlxvr iu taanltv br h
and ila puptla by thousand, Brabraetug
than twealr tatM.
For the Unefit of
l'upl'a ofrrlrawTei -hert
IlOiml SOUOIAftTIO TE.MU
Certifieates Krantl from a regularly char-Ure-1
Kxplauatlon or he tyitoin In detail
in the- column
VVatoli (or It.
and Member of the Faculty
Htudtto OTer Flrtt National Itank lllilg,,
Onn or two place opa for xlvaneeil players In
Steam Dye Works
No. 105 Commercial street,
opposite Willamette hotel.
Ladles' and gentlemen's
olothlng oloanod, dyed, re
paired atid prosod. Fine
blunkets cleaned or dyod
and nicely finished. Kid
gloves olounod, 10c; dyed,
Enlnrgomcnts In Crayon and Wutor
Color. Photo Buttons.
Amatour developing und Hnishlng
neatly dono. K J. BROWN,
G hound Floor
243 Commercial St., Salem Oregon,
No, 71 Chemeketa st,
1. U. T. TUTHILL Aswyer
St.te street, near railroad. Frediest and
best meats. My patron say I keep the best
treats in town 3 3
Express and Transfci
I MaWs all mail and ruutAfAr inli ...
cSe and expre to all pans ef ib aft.
rreatpt service. TcUpUene No, 7e.
D1SQUK. & SKHTON
The Best Prasorlptlen for Malaria
ri'ir 11 1 1 iniTi'iiil-fTf- rrn
Is a beautiful dappled chestnut 1
hands high, and weighs 1700 lbs. He is
a porlect all purpose liorse.
Will be at Huffman's stable, Salem,
Saturday of each week In July ami Aug
ust, and the remainder of the week at
the Fair Grounds. Terms, f 15.00 to in
sure. Also colta broken and ltamlled for
speed. II. B. KtmiBftroKD.
Kurtz & Hamilton
US COURT STREET.
Make a specialty of "all kinds of
Sheet Steel and Galvanized Iron
work rjofing and guttering, a full
line of Pumps and pump tlulngs.
Prompt work and reasonable prices.
We carry In stock the Fairbanks
wind mill. Call und see us before
trlvlng your order for mill or tunk.
PROMPT WORK AND LOW PRICES
Oregon Sliori Line Railroad
The Direct Itouic to
Montana, Utah. Colorado
and all Eastern Toints
QIvm choice n( two larorlle roet, via the
t'lilon I'acinr ?H Mall Un. or the
Rio Grande Beenlc Un-.
Look ut the time
1 Days to Salt Lake
2 Days to Deuvor
3i Days to Chicago
4 Days to New York
Free Hecllnln; Chair Cars. L'lilinUlered Ton
Itl 31w.lni Cart, a if I Fullmae Piilac
Sleepem uorald on all train.
For further Information apply.to
IiUIsK & U.VKKHK, AkciiU. iiulom.
W E (OMAN. Uen'l Aseiil
C. O. TF.KRY, Trav. Pan Agt
121 Third M I'ortlaiJ
Salt Ijike. Denver Ft. Worth
Omaha. Kansas lit', etc. IS pro
ujiii.iiili'au ani jmmi.
Walla Walla. Spokaue. Mlnno
apolt. tit. Paul. Dtilutk, Mil
Maukee Chicago and eat.
SallcTery Ave day.
I p. m
l p. m.
(To Attorla and way Lasdlni.
iu p, m
aratom VII.L.tMKTTK RIVKU km
.! am, ntrtiaiHi, XewMre awl ways n. m
11-a, . itivmiu u..i.
Curraltfa Albaay ami War
. iiiM.iiaki 1 anna
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Daily basts to Portlaud as above.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg City
if the steamers are delayed there oand
trip tickets to all points in Oregon, Washing
ton, or California. Connection made at Poit
land with all rail, ocean andriver lines
W. II. HURLUURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or.
G. M. POWERS, Agent, Trade street dock
IiOlSE & BARKER,
Soo Pacific Lino.
Travel in coraiort
It is a
is of surpassing
It will pay you
Htor full nartieuLiM aa La ttiton 1 lun
awl osplbs of a P. U. RobllatUnns ap-
C- M. LOCK WOOD
iw AtJMt. Satoai Ore,
II. I, AtoU, Atwm I"orUawl.
R. J, Ctoyle, A O.i A, VaBeouver B.C.
SOUTH AND EAST
PE SrKSTA RO'JTE
Southern Pacific Co,
LA ESS TKAIm RUN DAIIY
9 45 P"f
7-4S A M )
Lv. . .Jl'ortrnd. ..ir
Ar....Sa(em .... Ar
Ar. San . rancisco.Lv
5 OO PM
6.43 A M
815 p m
Ar Ugden ... .Ar
Ar Denver. . Lv
Ar . . . . Omaha .... Ar
Ar .... Chicago ....Lv
Ar. ..Los Angele,..Ar
Ar ... El Paso .... Ar
0 50 A ti
0-40 A ro
8 40 pm
Ar... .Fort Worth.. ..Ar
7.55 Am Ar. . New Orleans. . . Ar
Pullratn mst-clats and tourist sleeping cars
attached to all through train . Tount can
through to Chicago with cut change.
KOSKBUEO MAIL, .DAILY.
830 A M ) Lt. . . Portland
locc AM Lv....Balem...
S20 P M I Ar . . . . Ro&eburg.
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
JDETWEKN PORTLAND AND CORVAIXIS,
Mail Mains daily cacept Sunday.
730 A mTL.v... .Portland.." Ar 5.50PM
1 1 .'55 p M ) Ar. . . .Corvallis. . Lv f 1 -20 p m
At Albany and Corvallis "conect T"
r alns of the C. & E. Ry.
EXPRESS TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT SU.NDAY.1
450 P M )
7.'30 P M J-
Lv .. .Portland. ...Ari 825 a m
Lv. . . .McMinnville Lv 550 a m
Ar Independence Lv) 450 a h
Direct connections at ban i-ranctsco wi.b
steamship lines fo HAWAII, lAl'AN.
CHINA, 'IHEPHILUPINES and AlS
For through tickets and rates call o- V.
W. SKINNER, Depot Agent, or C- D.
OAURlhLSON City Ticket Agent, 232 Com-
merciai at aaiem ut.
R. KOEULER, Manager. "
. ' . F. &P. A. Poulani
You Can Get
With one exception the through
trains of the BurlliiRton Route
are almost Invariably well-lllleil.
The exception Is our St Paul
Chicago Limited. On the limited
there Is usuully room and to
Don't Infer that It ls neither
so line, nor so fast, as ANY train
of ANY other line between St.
Paul und Chlcauo. On the con
trary, there is no more beautiful
train in America. It has electric
light, stetm heat, wide vestibules,
the most satisfactory dining-car
service on the continent and
lower berth 'or everybody,
Geu'l Ayent, Portland, Or.
A Few Interesting Facts
When poople are contemplating a trip
whether on business or pleasure, they nitur
ally want the best service obtainable so br
as speed, comfort and safety is concerned.
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Lines are
paid to crve the public und our trains are
o jrated so at to make cloie connections
with diverging line at all junction points.
Poll-nan Palace Sleeping and Chair cut
on through trains.
Dining car service unexcelled, Meals
a la Carte,
In order to obtain this flrst-clus service,
ask the ticket agent to sell you a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
and you will make dirert connections at
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and all
For any lurteer infoimation call on any
ticket aacnt or correspond with
General Pass, Agent
or JAS. A. CLOCK,
246 Star Street,
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
O TsVir Vfinnlnns
Train leaves Albany 1:50 p. m.
Truln loaves Corvallis.... l:5p
Tiain arrives Yaqulna... 6:50 p. iu.
Leaves Yaqulna 7'OOa. ui.
Loaves Corvallis 11:40 u. w
Arrives Albany 12:26 p. in.
I For Detreit:
Leave Albany .... 7:40a. m-
Arrives Detroit 11:45 a. iu.
Leavos Detroit 12:25 p. ru.
Airlvos Albany 5;.'i5 p. m.
OLouves Albany 0:05 p. u-
ArrlVAS fVirvnllls (1:55 n. Ol.
SLeavos Corvallis 0:40 a- w.
Arrives Albany 7:25 a, iu.
One and two coi n ct at Alhany ana
Corvallis with Soutnern Paclflc tiains,
giving direct service ta and from New
port aud adjacent beaabes.
No. 6 runs from Albauy to Corvallis
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
No. 6 runs from Co'vallls to Albany
on Tuesduys, Thursdays aud Satur
Trains for the mountains arrive at
Detroit at noon, giving ample time
to roaah camping grounds ou the
Ilreltenbush and Suntlam river the
H. L WALDEN, EDWIN STONE
T F. 4 P. A. MaDK-
J. TOKNKK A(4tit. AlUny. Ore.
Loaves Salem at 7 a. ui. for Portland
aud way landings every Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday.
The staaater has beau ealpped with firt
taa aeaawiaJatlaas, iaudle aa !,"'
UMtttyaMed tor earrrtsr bath freight and
IKiFit ! aula stnet.
JJU. N. BOMB Ajwit-
Headqaarters for Screen Doors, Etc.,
Lawn, Salsl and poultry fw
awl b)iiigtM at low iiricem.
HALK1M triCNOtC WORKS,
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