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FOR JUST HALF PRICE.
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257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
TOE DAILY JOURNAL
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TIIUKSDAY, AUGUST, 241899.
Dally, One Tear 93.00, In Advance
Dally, Four Months 1 00. L Advance
Weekly, One Year Sl.OO.jIn Advance-
RoinofntorostliiK information io glvon
our f ncoiilo concarnlutr Oom Paul and
IiIh people by ii returned inlnliiB oxort
oiio J. V. Megan.
Tim nrosnoct of war with Knuland.
Mr. ltmtan mvB. nt the tinio ho loft
.lolmunoabiiru:, n fuw weuks uro wan,
according totlio native Iloors vory slight
It wuh axpwtou by thoni tnnt a com
tirntnifiu would Ihj roachod. The foreign
ulcmont, however, uariiontly hojw that
it will oomo. for in it they w.e future
"Ainurloan nvmnathv jnav be nntur
ally with the young republic," said .Mr.
Rcnmii. "but 'republic' aH applied to the
TnuiHvnal in a nilMiiouior. Chief Justice
Kotx, recently deposed, told Oom Paul,
whon naked about a certain matter, that
it WHS unconstitutional, wheroupou
Oom Paul promptly cut off IiIh olilrial
head and n need on the bunch an Inno
cent old Individual whow idea of the
itropur udmlnitHrutiou of Juatlce wuh to
Ih) in line with the proeldont. With the
deMirturo of Kotzu there demrtvd nil
IioIk) of JtiHtlco iifKJti the Kirt of the
"Thuro are throe iii(Nitioiifl that en
gage diplomatic ntteutiou. That of tliu
fnmchiko. probably the moot imxrtant;
the ipiuHtion of dvuiiinlUi, mid tlio mil
wiiyn. Until quito recently a man to
bold olllco iiuiHt havu roaldod in the
Transvaal for II yeaM and at the hiiiio
time a inemlier of the Dutch church.
The UittaudorHliopu for reforms through
"In regard to dynamite, it has b in
the polloy of the government to grunt
uxqIuhIvu franchUe to a Holland and
Herman Hyudionto to make dynamite,
the importation being illegal. They
demand for it 76 shillings a cuxo. An
American 11 rm offurod to lav it down in
thu Transvaal in unlimited iiinutilioH
lor -15 shillings a case ot m jhiuiuIh. I lie
milling ludiifitriy uhoh about -100,000
eases annually. Tliat means a lotw of
!I,WH),U..O to the minors. The pro lit is
too low to warrant working many low
grade ore mine.
"The Netherlands Hallway Company
holds the exclusive right to build and
noiiHtruut railways and also to lis its owr
ratus. It chargos from 8 to in fonts per
mile er ton for freight. Most of the
mining machinery is brought from
Verniguiugt) Johannesburg, a distance
of aliotit III) or 40 miles, is more oxhmi
slve tlian the freight rule from Chicago
to New York, about WO in lies.
"There are about 88,000 blacks there,
They walk from AOO to 800 miles to
mum the mines. Thuy are forced to
purchase a kind of Uidge or 'do collar'
and wear it, in addition to luiyiug the
government 60 cents a mouth. I( thuy
lose the dog collar or fail to lniy the
monthly tax, tliey are usually given 16
lashes and imprisoned a couple of
"Thu gold lllds of the Transvaal are
not found in rich deposits, i's Istliought,
but their value IUm in the great unutity
of low grade, free milling ore, witli an
average of ilO.IO ier ton. The cost of
nrodltotloii U about 6 per ton. Capital
is ut present wary, Imt if Kiigland suo
needs in getting the reforms the big
rushes to the fluid fields ut California In
1810, and to Colorado later would be
a thing In oouiiiariMMt. So sure are the
present mines in their output that in
Kuglaud those wlio have control of
trust nionoy ami estate are inventing
"Although the ltoers do not sntlcipate
war, yet on my way home I seiit sever
al weeks in linglaud, iumI from what I
otHilil liHirn thore, active preparations
ure being made fur war with Transvaal.
It Is the universe! opinion of those beat
iHted and thoo having at heart t)i
best wishes fur thu ulUtuate ewecetw of
the Transvaal as u rojHiblio. that noth
ing short of a war with Kngkiml will
remedy the Hituatloit."
FOREIQN HOP MARKET.
Condition of the Hop Matket In New York
We hoar of n lot sold in the interior of
tliis state at 11KC nl(l eonio at lie.
Picking in this state I? now only nlniut 3
weeks distant niul advices from the
yards are being watched with interest
Lico are roported in some sections but
not sufliclont to en ti so Hjiecial uneasiness
unless weather should prove favorable
to rapid increase. It is now regarded
nrettv certain that the crop will bo
iigbtor than last year. From the I'ucl
flc Coast lico are roported in Washington
and that statu has reduced estimrtes of
growing crop and rojwrts now predict n
ligliter quality than thought two weeks
aire Advicoa from Colifornia and Ore
gon are regarded as favorable. English
and Gorman advices continue good.
State, choice per lb. 181)3 Nominal
State, 1803, good to prime, lb 1H16
State lflUS, common I0(SU2
Ktnto, 1807, common togood. .. 7(10
Pacinc coHNt, 1808, choice, ior II) I0
Pacific coast, lUUS.good to prime
per lb 1S16
Vaolflc coast, 1808, common to
Pacific coast. 1807. nor lb 711
Stote or Pacific coast, old olds.. 3"H
The 8Kjciwl crop report of the London
"Tiinen," AiiKtistO, says: "Hops have
not for years, at the beginning of Augiut
b eu so promising as they are at present
An improvement amounting to no less
than (1 7 pohtfl on the mouth has rait-!
the nvorngu condition to OB 7. The nd
wnco, moreover, is shared In by all the
lending hop counties alike by Kent,
Surrey, Btiwe.x and Hants In the south
east, and by Hereford and Worcester u
tlio mlillaiui west. Kent, as inxessing
nlxuil two thirds of the hop area of
Kiwlnud, is, of course, the dominating
factor. W Ith the prise almost witiiln
their gmsp it is earnestly to lie hoed
that Knslish hop growers will not,
throuth viciseituilee nfeusoii. be com
I mi1 led to face another of thoto bitter
diupMV'itmonUi to which unhappily
they are no strangers.
Tlie market remains stationary, with
out any relaxation from the firmness
that has ohurueleriiwd It for some time
istst. As stocks are so low. there is
some ilillluulty lu providing for the re-
iiiirouienUj of brewers, who are con
sliutly wanting small wipplies. The
favorable reports from the plaiitttions
are imrhaiMi causing holders to lie a lit
tle inure ready to sell when the oppor
tunity offers, but they are able to se
cure recent rates, as Uiey feel sure that
all the Iioim now on hand will m wanted
before the new growth is available.
IHul i la MrV I . K(tr9M.
So far as there Is anything satisfactory
in the present state of btisiiiM I uuiy as
well be silent, as alUioui(ii a few trans
notions Isive bewi eouilted, tlw turn
of prices U, I regret to say, mUier in
favor of lMtywv. The ntdssMwlNg feature
has prevailed during Ute whole wmsoii,
aud becomw mow prominent as each
week pasMM. Stoeks In haml available
for iMTttseut uhsIusm are much too small
to allow of any important retroeeewioH
of values, awl the slight movement
downwards to ulikh I liare advocated is
entirely traceMule to the splendid
weather ami Its effect Uhmi the grow lug
crop. Some of the few growers who are
holding hoM have visited the ltoro-.ie.li
reoentlv, ami have len somewiiat iuu.
cerueil to tlnd the luiuieiliate oeition is
uumpioinug to tiwir expst'tatHms out
I aui not yet dUpod to advise aiu ut
toiuitt nt lori-iinj esls, w hick will mit
urollv reeult in diimniition of tlutlr um.
ceods. I Moukl rather suswiKit the-dl-mittsal
of any alarm, ami the exercise of
cautious dealing. It is a light that will
lie wuii ly tactical skill, for the new
erupts not yet gathered, aud there U
auii4e tinif lor tm prevent outlook to le
JfrHNV ymtt3lvs um io
cmowipHeh my taking
10 rents and 33 cents, at all drag item.
WIIIWHWI iimnmiu m.m
clouded over, and the position of affairfl
to bo entirely ennngcu.
To Curo a Cold In Ono Day
Take tdxatlro Bromo Quinine TaMet. AH
drarslntireruml the money ir it (nils to core
H. W. Orore's vlgnkture U on raoh box.
Tlio dolinnuont tax list for Clackamas
county for 1800 has just been complotcd
and amounts to f lo,0M.82, about f 4, COO
less tlian last year.
Tlio ecorotary of the interior has ap
proved a patent for 5101 acres of land in
the Kopoburg land district, Oregon, to
the Oregon & California Railroad Com
pany. A buyor of Wallowa county oxtwete
to take a lot of hoga to Dawson. There
are somo pooplo who think Dawson
already has a goodly supply.
Tho Seventh Day AdvontistH are hold
ing a camp meot'ig on the north iork of
A lot of Yakima Indians dollvored a
large lmnd of horses to the horse meat
cannery at'L'nton Saturday.
The new Methodist church at Hard
man was dodicatod recently by Ilov.
Frank Spaulding. People present at
the dedication porvicoa contributed
$303.36 toward paying the dobt of the
Three first grado, ono second grade
and one third grado certificates were
Issued at tho county teachers examina
tion in Coquille recently.
Win. Smith died Monday night nt
Kugeno, aged 73 years. He settled in
Htigeue n 1850, whore Fairmount is
now situated. Ho leaves a widow and
three sons, George Smith, of Eugene:
Will Smitlit of Salem, and Colonel
Smith, of Prineville.
The following named persons wore
granted ttensions. Oricinai, Matthias
Flock, The Dalles, ffl: Andrew W.
Powers, Portland, ft; increase, Curtis
M. Drown. Toledo, f (I to $8; war with
Spain, widows', etc., Diana M. Flotcher,
An Albany dispatch says: C. D.
Winn, census enumerator for the first
congressional district, is studying the
proper distribution and divisions in tho
state for submission to his chiof. He
will make no appointments, although he
lias had many applications, until near
the time whon district enumerators will
bo required, about Juno 1, 1000.
Five men who wore arrested in Ktt
goue and charged with larceny Merc
ucqnltt xl. They have now brought suit
for 5026 against the complainant. Alex
Matthews, who charged thorn with lar
ceny. J. S. Stewart, of the Fossil Journal,
has been elected president of the Ore
gon Press association ; D. F. Irvine, vice
iireeide.H ; A. Toslor, secretary and Fred
C. linker, of Tillamook, treasurer.
Lane county authorities intend plac
ing under the south end of the Kugeue
wagon road bridge across the river a new
pier, the old one being rotton. Lumber
Is now being put on tho ground by the
Kugeno saw mill.
Tho Dost Proscription for Mhlarla
Chilli mid Kernrlna bottle ot (IkotkhTastk
lh,4 Cm M. To Ma It la "Imply lion hihI
Quinine In it Uuteli i form. No cure, no ray,
l'rie 3. 7-17 UA. tu
O jLi. J3 1 O DK. X V. .
tun tb sp m M" iw mil wwa)
Blgtutnr fp , SV j 7T
of Wcavyz JtfcUX
Pkxn Yan, X. Y., Aug. 21. A cele
bration out of thu ordinary was held
by the people of Penn Yan today, it be
ing a celebration of the centennial an
niversary of the first burial in tho vil
lage cemetery. Public uxercieos were
hehl at the cemetery with music aud
speeches appropriate to the occasion.
There are said to be more tlmn 8,000
IkkIIos buried in the cemetery, which
makes the imputation ot tho city of the
dead more titan that of the city of the
When You Ride Your Wheel.
Always shako Into your shoos Allen's
Koot-KuMj, a powdor for tho fcot, It
keeps your fcot cool, prevents sweat
ing foot, mid tutikos your endurance
ten-fold greater, Oyer ono million
wheel pooplo uru using Allen's Foot
Kuse. They all pralho It. It glvos
rust and comfort to smarting, hot,
swoolon, uchlng fuot, and Is u certain
euro for ingrowing nulls. At till drug
gists mid shoo storod, 26c, Sample
mum by mull. Addross, Allen S
Oliuston, Lu Hoy, N. Y. 3
Unlllant Hignitlon of a Prelate in Mich
iltan. MAMqvmrx, Mich., Auk. !. The
eonseemtion of the ltev. Frederick KW
as bishop of Uih dioceve of ault Ste.
Marie ami Marquette took plaoe u this
city tolay, ami wus tlie most brilliant
ceremony thut has ur taken i4aue in
Marquette. It ltegau in St. Peter's
cathedral at 10 o'clock this morning ami
continued lour Iwun. 'lite vast eilillce
was crowded to the doors, Inrerwut in
the occaiwHt being incmMl by Uie
priNwnoa of many notenl prieeto ami
preiahM from other citi). ArdibWwi
Kataer of Milwaukee celebrated Ute
oantfecratioM vmrnt, tththop Memrof
tireH Hay prwclieil the sermon ami
other bslKp of the Homan Cutliolk
tfhuroli tu the northwest took promin
ent partai in Um eonMomUon eere
monhw. The lecomtiow of Um oathe
tiral ami the mmrioal features were iu
koeMis with the im porta uce of the
The new uiahop of the Sault Ste.
Marie-Muniuette lhxeee Ut Al years of
age, ami wwj born in Uerttuiuy at a little
illae near OuUeHs. At the age of IX
li.' removed to thu euuntrv with hk
iMirenU), eomine dlreeUy to the unuerl
IKuineuU of Michigan. Here lie grew
u mttuhood, enteral tlte prieUwod ami
da etr nince condHUe.1 to mtnUter to
the cliurclies of the Uiooee of w hich lie
is now the head. The appointment
was u great Mrttrite Utough by ho
means a regretabl ou -tu Father His'
name had not been contain! in any
d the published lieta of tkoae wbxwe
names it was claimed had Wen mmi by
the bishop r conultro to Itome.
winri ii i ii.'i.'i
The PleasittM of Travtl. j
It is remarkable to what an extent
the groat transportation companies are
using printed matter to hoighton the
pleasures of travolors. Formost among
tho companies that intelligently cater
to the enjoyment of thoir passengers Is
tho Southern Pacific. Its monthly pub
lication entitled Suntet is as finely de
signed in illustration and contents as
the best printed magozino, and about as
interesting to read. One of its latest
prints is "Wayside notes along tho Sun
set Koute," a combination of reading
matter of the informing variety and
panorama of photograpliB in parallol
column. There are from four to five
pictures on a page and the letter-press
describes the pictures. As they are
snap sliots thore can be no deception in
olthor the picture or the writing both
aro fact and information. So this
booklet contains about 300 views as
good as used to be sold on the trains for
60 cents to f 1.00, and it is provided for
It is not alono the pleasure of travel
that is heightened by such publications
but it is the 'lauguration of a policy of
popular education that benefits both the
railroad and the country so fortunate as
to be advertised. It is impossible to
conceive of a more agreeable method of
spreading information and popularizing
both tho railroad and the common
wealth. "It doubles the enjoyment of
travel to read upon the country through
which you aie passing, and about the
places vou intend isiting." Tho peo
ple of Oregon may well hope to see this
method oftidvertising a state extended
to tho exploitation of tboirown resources.
No stato in the union taxes the railroad
companies les. No stito has so little
restrictive legislation. Oreuon has no
railroad commission and no laws inter
fering Tith corporation management.
Tho Southern Pacific ohlcials arc invited
to considor ourjclaims upon their atten
tion in the distiibtttlon of hundreds of
thousands of dollars of advertising mat
ter. The pleasures of travel could be in
creased by Mich facts about Oregon as
they give about California.
Beari tb. 1 Kffld Ym Hw AlfttjS Bmfih
Conger Expects to Visit Points on Chinese
Wasiiinotos-, Aug. 24. Tlio United
Statos initiator to China, Mr. Conger, is
oxectod to visit Shanghai in the course
of his com'ig triponthegunboat Prince
ton for the purpor-cof making n personal
''Hjuiry concern'ng tho American settle
ment. It is understoml also that Mr.
Cotigor will stop at the German naval
Imuo, Kiao Chou, rid thu Hussian mas,
Port Arthur, and thu3 be ahlu to inform
the authorities here concerning the
status of this aud other points along
the China coast which have ongag .1
much attention recently.
can Ih) ob'tinod upon short notice by tho
use of the Journal want columns.
There are plenty of competent people
tolie found if you use this best of all
mediums. Hut you'll wait a long time if
you wait for voluntary applications by
competout people. The incompetent
are tlio ones that go from door to door
looking for work. The competent ones
read the Jouk.val and don't have to
make a canvass for work.
The Union Veterans Union.
Will hold n enmpfire at their hall on
St-tte Rtroot.Saturday evening, August 20,
in honor of the returned veterans of the
Siianisji-Amorican war. All members
ol Company K, Oregon volunteers and
others, are cordiallv ivlt d, also mem
bora of the l. V. V., and their friends.
Doys come and see us, and learn what
wo are here for. Program, music, re
freshmeuU and a good titno. J. H.
Fairbanks, Col., J. L. Knplingor, adjut
BoMith Ih KM Yw Haw Unn Bwjtl
Enstaro SJT P7
The remains of Joseph Jonah, tho In
dian convict, who died at tho state pen
itentiary, of consumption, wore interred
iu the penitentiary graveyard. Jonah
was Miitenced to llteen years' imprison
ment for killing David Hill, a policeman
on the Klamath Indian reservation and
was received at the penitontbuv
July 20, 1SD2.
A man rauit nip u he wwn. If he sow
ill health he will reap ill health. If he
neglect hi health the weed of dUcase
wilt prow up and choke it
It i a daily and hourly marvel that men
Will recklestly neglect their health, vshen
a moment' thought thould tell them that
they ure courting death It lie in most
every man' power to live to a green old
Age. If a man would only take the tame
care of blmwlf that he dx of hi hone, or
oow, or dog, ha would enjoy good health
When a man own a hundred-dollar horse,
and it get iek, he does not waste any time
about doctenng him up Wheu his garden
gets full of weeds, he doem't delay about
renting them out, for he knows they will
cbake out his vegetables. When he is out
of sorts, sick, nervous, hradaehey. has no
appetite and is testlesa and sleepless at
night, he pays little attention to it The
esult is consumption, nervous prostration
or some serious blood or akin duease. Ik
fierce' Coiaeu Medical Discovery the
best of all medicines for hard uoikisg men
It give edge to the appetite, facilitate the
flow of digesttre juices, invigorate the
liver and purine and enriches the blood
It is the grtat blood-maker and desk
builder. It cures q& per cent of all case
of lingering coughs, bronchial and throat
affections, weak lungs, bleeding from lung
and kindred affections, Do net wait until
the lung are too far wasted to admit of
feu know, are Tean tae deqn ks4
K. C. MdCiasev. a UiMinlK
U, Vs. l took immai frw
rtcreg sod ih ratHTSi- mcM w I
stMOBf , as iMmtcti, Ms ' Qalo
Dr. Pieree' Pieasaat Pellets ewe
atipatiixi. One Mtic "lVttet" is a
pr L T
C. H.. OIACK
Socowscr to Dr. J. M. Kcene. old White
Corner, SaLtti, Or. lrtie desintig wpericl
operatloai at moderate fee in any brmen ait
In especial reqeest.
ROOMS 1 AND 3, OKAY ULK.
TONERS AND REPAIRERS
For 8Mew and Tldnlty leave orderi at
C. Will's Muilc Store.
OFFICE, CITY HALL
For water service apply at office.
payable monthly In advance
complaints at th rf1;--.
Steam Dye Works,
No. 195 Commercial street,
opposite Willamette hotel.
Ladles' and gentlemen's
clothing cleaned, dyed, re
paired aud pressed. Fine
blankets cleaned or dyod
and nicely linlbhcd. Kid
gloves cleaned, 10c; dyed,
Enlargements in Crayon and Water
Color. Photo Buttons.
Amateur (icvtloplng and ilnisblng
neatly done. . J. BROWN,
24:1 Commercial St., Salem Orenon.
No. 71 Chemcketa st,
I. II. T. TUTIIILL Assayer.
St.te itreet, near railroad. Freibctt anr
best meats. My pa'.iom lay I keep the lea
treats in town - :
Express and Transfei
Meets all mail and passenger traiht. 1U;
cage and express to all pads of th citv
Prompt service. Telephone No. 70.
DISQUi7 & SKIPTON
O. ti. LAMB
07 STATK STHEKT.
CySulta $15 ond upwards,
Pants S3 and upwards
A L1FJ3 SAVED.
Dr. J.F, Cook, the Botanical Spoo
nllst, 'Succeeds Whero Other
To whom it mav concorn :
This is to certify that ltortha P. Con
nor, of Mt.Angol precinct, Marion coun
ty, Oregon, has suffered from n cancer
otts growth in the leftear for about three
years. The growth was cutout twice and
burned out once by Albany Physicians,
but the growth came back as bad
as ever, and Kiined her k badly that
she had to be taken from school. After
three week's treatment by Dr. J. F.
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, the Botanical
Siiecialist, the growth entirely disan
poured, and at this date, four monUw
since treatment was bet;un, the growth
has not reappeared, and the ear has en
tirely healed leaving only the soars in
flicted by the Albany doctors,
I hereby cortify that the above state
ment is aheohitoty true, ami that Ber
tha P Conner, the pernm ineuthMHid
in the atlklavit, has reshletl In my fam
dy since early childhood, liearim; t'lio re
1 lationship to me of niece.
II. C. UONfl.
Subscribotl ami sworn to before me
this eighth day of Juno, KStW. W. W.
Hall, county eierk of Marion count v,
Pullman Service to Yaqutna.
Tlw first Saturday night excursion to
l aotuna was well patronised, This new
regime with a Pullman car service to
unsgen.s popular geauihj retort protui
to beouttto very popular, lhuinwa men
in any city down the valley can Uke the
lugm train to laqmmt, got a gool
night's sleep ami reach the ocaui in
Ume for break fiut, ami after sending a
niHHwuwy at ute ueacu ciut return on
tlw night train in time for busiiMaai next
morning. Take the overland train at
Salem at 0 :16 . in., Sat unlay.
All weak placos In xur system
QtojtKt agnlnst dlsoajo by DoWltt's
uuiie isariy uisors. They eleuaj the
bowals. rewulato tbo Hver, and Nil you
wltlt now vlKor. Small, sure; uevej
Brlpo. Stones Dru Stores.
Have You Caught On
To the fact that the Uneet ptrtnree in
the city are made at the Kllto Studio.
C TTtr,..?? VSW swiwfl amt healed
b DeWiu's Wttch llaiel Salye. B.
wsw vr counterfelU. Stones Dru
e La unape. keep waret, etpccliDj
aad tale Dr. iiae Nervine.
JJ1LI ll.l " " ' ' " ''" """""
wf yur.i?.i r. t.u j
Is a beautiful doppleil chestnut 10
bands high, and weighs 1700 lbs. Ho is
a pcrlect all purpose horse.
Will be at Huffman's stablo, Salem,
Saturday of each week in July and Aug
ust, and the romaindor of the week at
the Fair Grounds. Terms, f 16.00 to in
broken and handled for
II. U. RUritHltFOKD.
Oregon Short Liuo Railroad
The Direct Koule to
Montana. Utah. Colorado
anil all Eastern Points
Gives choice of two lavorlje 1 routes, via the
Union Pacific Pit Mall Une. or the
K'o Orawle Seeulo IJue.
Look at the time
H Day? to Salt Lake
2i Days to Denver
3 Days to ChlcoL'o
4 Days to New York
Free Ilecllnln? Chair Car. Unhotmerwl Tou
l-l Sleeping Cars, and I'ullijiiin Palace
81eiers oporatetl on all train.
For further Information apply.to
UOIbK 4 UAltKi:it, Agonts, Salem.
W K. COMAS, Oea'l Agent
C. 0. TKKltY, Trav. Paw. Agt
121 Third fet . Portland
8 1. in
k.ll 1,1. Ibml. 11. Wlirtll
' Omaha Kanwui . City. Ht.6 15 pm
1 juts l hlrago and Kant,
Sixi- Walla Wa'la. Siiokane. Minna
ksne, olls. Ht. Paul, IHilulh, Mil
Klrer waukeet hlwwoand east.
8 pm. Pur 8an 1 mnctooM,
Sail BTery llvo days.
ex. Hun STKAMKRd.
Satur- To Astoria ami way Lnllnt,
10 p.m. I
A p. in
I n. m.
Salem I WIM.AMKTTK K1VKII
7J6 am I'orllsnd, Nowbern awl
ITiis I Umtlnge.
A r Sa
eom way C p. 111,
iu a, m.
l" 'Ar So-
Ive WII.UMKTTK RIVKR I Itra
BaJtra Ciirralll. Allmny and way ma. in
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Daily boats to Portland as above.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg Oil;
if the steamers arc delayed there ound
trip tickets to all points in Oregon, Washing
ton, or California, Connection made at Pott
land with all rail, ocean aivdriver hues
V. II. HURLIR'RT.
(ien'l Pa. A at. Portland, Or
G. M. POWERS, Agent, Trade street dock
1IOISE &: DARKER.
Soo Pacific Lino.
Travel in comiort
It is a
is of surpassing
It will pay you
Pr lull Diirtioulftrg as to retos, time
and copies of C. P. U. puiXleuUnua ap
ply to '
C. M. LOUKWUOD
.. Auont b'Hlem Ore.
H. n. Abott, Atioot rortlnU.
tt- J.Ooyle, AG.P.A, Vaneouvar B C
A Palace of Salt.
Utah's clittortaas Slt Plo. with iu
M hi way PUiMncesmdoihr attractions,
othtue at Salt Lake Citv Aumiii ia
Tim Rio Uraude WnsHwn, the only luw
has arranged to eiv hohlen ol all
cIhhhm of tickeW a day stopover at Slt
Uko in onlur that tlwy may lwV an
opportunity of vuitiug thid wonderful
tnwtuw. built ot salt crrstak uken
liutn tho brine of the Great Salt Lake it
self. The inaufuraOon of the Rio Graiole
Wetern's dining car service, doing
away with tlie neoeesity of stoptiing
trains at eating station, haives nothini;
ing to be desired for au Ideal trip acrues
the eontinent ; for the equiHuent aud
twin service are equal, if not &uxrior,U
Utoee of any of the trana-oontinenial
lutes. FurtborttKHo, no line traveKes
any section of the AwericitH Continent
where there is so much arandeor of
the heart of Ute Roctses leave iioUuS
V dayUKht ritle Uuotteh
w w umnu.
For infomtaiicei as to ihim an.1 im-
ueempuvee iMinpbWu, aoVltvss J. D.
Hannehl. tWueral AKfiit, 35.1 Wft.-lniiv;
U.u stnt-t. IV.rthiud. irv vim
DrrRT TIME SiHF'rl.E. IA11RUK
roa I From Portland
Canadian Pacific Ry
ifnriyjni t .TFi in-f fa i.
SOUTH AND Eto
THE SrWSTA RO-ml
VKSS TRA1K3 RUN DAUY
ti 1 t I aii'
iwr i i.Y.,..io.iiana. ..Ar
945 PMj-Ar....Satem ....Ar
Ar...TSatem ."a" i?l
Ar. banFrancUco Ly v.ft-A
)"""' " yjaw ... .at
1 .. A. .. ,
u.uj i ii Denver. r,
6.43 AM Ar ....Omaha... Ar
8'ISPM Ar.... Chicago.... Lv
7.00 A u Ar. . .Los Angeles, ..Ar
8'ISPM Ar... ElPaso....Ar
o tO 1 b
6.30 J 1 1
4,15 ri r....iort Worth. ...Ar xTi."'
7.55 A m Ar...New Orleana. ..Ar V"K
Pullman lirst-claM and ioutisMJetTS; -attached
to all throuch tratm, Toano'1"
through to Chicago without change
ROSEBURO MAIL, .-DAILY.
8.-30 A Ml Lv. .. Portland ..Ar"
ioS5 AM Lv.... Salem.... Lv.
520 pm) Ar....Roseburc. Lv
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND CORVAllJi
iUiahw daily except Sunday.) '
730 A M n.v. . . . Portland . . Ar l - 'e0 ,
1 1 .55 p M f Ar. . . .CorvallU. . Lv f 1 ' ,.
At Albany and
rains of the C.&E,
EXPRKSB TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
450 r u 1 L.v ... Portland . . .
7.0 P M Lv. . . . McMinnvill
Hyo PMjAr independence
Direct connections at han rranciir,, r
steamship lines fo HAWAII. Upiv
CHINA, THE PH1LLIPINES and aK
For through tickets and rates call 0- V
W, SKINNER, Depot Agent, or c- ti
OADRIELSON City Ticket Agent, 2320.
mercial M Salem Or.
K. KOEIU.EK, .Maiu
C.MARKHAM G. F. &P. A. l'wiu,
You Can Get
Willi one exception the through
trains of tlic I5urllnl(in Route
arc. almost, Itiyunubly well-tilled.
The exception Is uur St. Paul
ChlciiKn Limited. On the limited
thoio Is usuully room und to
Don't Infer that It ls neither
so line, nor so fust, us ANY train
of ANY other line between St.
1'aul und Chicago. On tlio con
trary, there Is no more beautiful
train In America. It bus electric
llirlit, stc-itu beat, wide vestibules
the most satisfactory dlnlnn-ca
service on the continent aud
lower berth for everybody.
A. 0. SHELDON,
ficn'l Apcnt, Portland, Or.
A Few Interesting Facts
When poople are contemplating a trip
whether on business or pleasure, they natur
ally want the best service obtainable so fit
as speed, comfort and safety is concerned".
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Lines te
paid to serve the public and our turns are
operated so as to make cloe connections
with diverging lines at nil junction points.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair c-ii
on through trains.
Dining car service unexcelled, iu
a la Carte.
In order to obtain this first-clws service,
ask the ticket agent to sell you a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
and you will make dirert connection
St. Paul for Chleapo. Milwaukee and
For any further infoimalion call on any
ticket nacnt or correspond with
J AS, POND,
General Pass, A(jent
or JAS. A. CLOCK,
246 Stark Street,
Corvallis & Eastern Railroad
riT" nn rt
2 For Vanillin:
Train louvos A Ibany 13:M p.
Train louvos Corvallis.... 1:45 p
Ttaln arrives aqulna... su-up.
Lea vo8 Corvallis..
3 Kor Detreit:
,.. 7-00 a. 111
...12:35 p. m.
... 7:40 a. iu.
, ..l:.Viii. 111.
Leaves Detroit 12:3.1 n ui.
Ai rives Albany .v;t5 p m.
flLeaves Allmny uatfp. ui.
Arrives Corvallis 055 p. ui.
5Leavo3 CorvallU B:40a ui.
Arrlvos Albany 7:25a. iu-
One and twe connect at Aloany ana
Corvallis with Southern Pacific tialns,
ulving direct service tiand from ew
port and adjacont bonebes.
No. 0 runs from Albany to Corvallis
on Mondays, "Weduosdays aud Fridays
No. 6 runs from Corvallis to Albany
on Tuosdays, Thursdays and Satur
Trains for tlie mountains arrive at
Detroit at no-jti, rIvIok ample time
to reach camnlm; grounds on tho
Hreiteabufih and Santlam river t
T F. I. A.
Leavas Sulom at 7 a. m. for Portlard
ami way laodltifa ovory Tuasduy.
Thursday and Saturday.
Tk steamer ku Wen maiM wlU ":
Um aoeowo.Unea. laetaMn; aa etefaat
DunrNMMj m mrrftHR Uta beisM awl
Djk-lft at Siate 4ies. , . , . .
SO. N. tCDHS AMi
! H68dilTterS for SoreCQ DflOrS, Etc.,
Iwh. field and pltT i
aud snixglee at towxet prioee.
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