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TOE DAILY JOURNAL
BY HOPBH BROTHBIia
FHIDAY, BKPT. I, 1899.
Dally, One Tear 93.00, In Advance
Daily, Four Months $1 00. la Advance
Weekly, One Tear 91.00, In Advance
Particular attcntidn Ik called to the
communication in yeotenlayV Jo tins A I.
dealing with the nutation of "Waon
In their attempt toil improve the fact
that gold ban greatly enlinnw.nl in value
In the lost thirty yearn many would. bo
loader of thought, who do not give tho
common ieop1o credit for common
Hcnoe, iifMi the argument that the only
ineunnrc of the value of gold In It "pur
uiiftfliiig ower over wagon, we am
told that a dnyVlnlxir will oxchamm
for more gold today than it would In
187JI; therefore, gold mind have really
depreciated in value, iimtcad of nppmri
aunir, an nimeiaiiiNiii claim aim all ron-
iitable economist ooncede.
The fallacy of this projioflltion Ih
easily detected when wo rolled that a
tho produotlvunoHN of labor in Inorwisod
by our multiplying InvcntlonR, n day'M
labor will produce more ami more of
oommoditicfl; that a (Iiiv'h witims nitiHt
buy more and moro; that if "general"
price remain thu name and gold neither
rlca nor falln in value, wagoH mind in
Arcane to enable the lnlxiror to buy thin
additional amount of commodltluH.
Then, If lubor wuro tho mcuMircof the
value of gold, wo would have thu
anomaly of gohl remaining Htntion
ury and falling at tho wimo tlniiu.
Of courwo that wrt ol thing n
eauily coiiueivablu byu certain kind of
mind, but, fortunately hiioIi iiiIihIm are
Conceding for thu nnko of nrgumunt
thuLwagcH have not fallen in thu laid
thirty years iim inwimircd l 'roIiI, and
that their purchasing owur huv In
ariHittetl, UiIh InareaHe arlnos from the
fact that u duy' lalor will produee rev
trol tiuum an muoh of commoditUiN iih
It would thirty your ngo. It Iiuh noth
ing to do with tho value of gold or .li
ver. Tho laborer produueo more com-
iiuxlitlcH in a day; therefore he get more
uoniiiicxlltion for a duy'tiwork.
It la a pluuuilile uxplauatlon of the
lull In general priced lnco 187:1 to wiy
that "production has boon olumiMiiutl,"
no lung on wo Atop ut that and think no
farther. Hut what of thu yearn preced
ing 18787 Were not inveiitiomi und Im
provements being udoptod Juml prod no
tlon Ixjlug clattmiie.l from 1810 to 1873?
Then why did priewH Hho during that
ierlo17 Why have irleHi rlM)ii,in .it..
01 ino uiieupetilng of pnHluetiou, during
every Kirlod In hlntory when the olumu
Ol melallle nionuy wan InereuMing fulr
than the growth of imputation mid
biniinoiw? Why Iiuh there Ihumi h great
ruvlvul of buitinuM and pnwjrity im
Hut it can not be cured
wnMhea and Inhaling mixture
reauh only Die nurfaoo. Thu dUeaio li
In thu hlool. and onn only 1m reached
tlirxMitfh thu IiIihmI. a H. B. U tho only
remedy which can havu any effect UK)n
Outwrrlij it cures thu deao prrnm
nently and forevor ridi the yteiu of
every trace of thu vile complaint.
MIm Jol Omn, ol VonlMil.r. Ohla.
wrlUn "I wi f
nita (mm iufu7
villi l'irh, and iih
on onn know th
ur(iin it pnxtiio
Ulltr lliH I. Th
ilrjr soil vubii
prtrllrit h the Joo
tur rliTil m only
' itaiporarllr, anil
though 1 uM iam
(m I 1 I V'f JfVjT
wii.ioiiii w tru ftn, ma awi itd a
ltrinr lield than ctr I tri4 nuwUr at
Ijlixxl raidl, Iml their mineral lnKttlinii
(Ulrd In mr twn n4 giv rar rliuiaum.
I wan In a UntnlaU cuaaiiioH, ami after i-iutliislllri-ittanl.riJ)rJlneirU.
lnjf a. .S. admitted ai a ouit frUxvl
dljie,I decided to try II. At tuon ti my
ttlcru wm under the eitrotof the medtoiB.
1 Uun to inprere. and trier UktHg i rr
two uioulht I wai cured i'Htlely. the
dreadful dlteate w ertdieated from aiyift
lent, ana i nav. nu no rriurn uf at
Many havo boon taking hcal treat
ment for yuarc, and find tl.iu.elvo
tvoi-je now than ever. A trial of
Q C CEr
will prove it
to bo tho right romwd)
It will euro tho niot ob-
9 Uookv juullud froo to any addrcw by
Qwlft apucillo Co., Atlanta, Qa.
St., Salem, Or.
Aten's 9 oz.
extra full cut
Good serviceable Aden's wool
sweaters in assorted colors
stock several broken i P LT A K
7 to 0 a lt, MJ.w
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hi jmw, m ciubh ui
mediately after a great discovery of gold
orsilvorand a gradual dcadoning and
inralyeU aa the mines wero oxhauted
and the money volume contracted?
Weruicople forgotting their accumu
lated knowledge, discarding tlioir inven
tions and drifting back to barbarism dur
ing those periolof proKjxirity and rifing
Wan the "elficioncy of lalwr" decreas
ing? Did a day'! lalwr produoo om in 1800
than in 1SO0; lorn in 187 than in
The truth it that If the exchangeable
value of commodities, including gold,
wore to remain porfectly stable for a
jHirlod of yearH, while the efficiency of
lnlxr etHiUiiued to Increase, the prlee of
labor mind rims, for the lalwrer' wageti
miiHt buy him more of commoditim.
Tlierufore, the price of labor ht not a
gauge of the fluctuatien: of the uKmey
standard, for it in Mmply the lalorer
Hharo of hie protluct, and ban nothing
to do with tho ntnmlard of value, ex
cept Indirectly through the relation of
tho money utandnrd to general prices.
Rev. Peter McQueen, a Boston Clergy-
Tellt What He Saw In the Philippine
and Condemns Otis' Methods.
frmn tKo Kxandaer.
"Tho wiir In the Philippine Hliould
havo ended long ago," wild the Itev.
1'otor Muctjiieen yuHterday. Mr. Mai
Queen Ih iiiutor of thu Day-Dt. Con-g-egationul
Church, llotdou, Matw., is u
highly wlticatfd gentleman und a well
known writer. lie Ih the author of
"Around tho World With the Flag,"
and Ih tho chief of Htaff for the volume
"('uiupaiguiug In thu Philippine." He
linn Imiuii In the inland for tuino time
eollectlng data for publlmtioii, mid ear
ried credeutliilH from I'rettidunt Mi-Rin-
ley, the War Detriment and a letter
oi introduction irom
to Admiral Powoy. He rutiirnwl on
tho Hheriimn with the Find Califor-
ni.i Voliiuteerci. Continuing, hewtid:
"I wan with the army nearly nix
IIIOIltllH. thu IIIOHt of tho titnit mi tlm
uring line, l liavu eaten mid bunked
with (JonoralH Uiwtou, Hale, Wheuton
and MaoArthur and their staffa ami
have eumiied with and eliarinl the ni
tioiiH oftlio moil. 1 hud exceptional
privilege for obtaining Information,
and mingling iih I did with all bmuclit
of the wvlco I lellov I urn thoroiiKhlv
fum liar with the teiii)er and iteutiment
of the army,
"'Hie wwkiiHHH of the whole affair in
the rhillppiiitM in in buying Ueuernl
Oti act an Military and Civil (Jovir
'" J' ' nnt comiwteiit to eomluel
thunffalra of the duel position. Ho
never w the firing lintMt ami ban no
iMirbonul kuowledi'M of thu uvh.ui,,.!.-.
uf the tdtuation. He cannot direct mil
itary oiMtfutiuim Miuceewfully ami utteml
to bia executive dutiea at the win
ume; ne nan not the capacity, livery
toedler and chiton with whom I talked
Miy UwiMiiia. lutdx montliH' ntay 1
found not one man w ho would hay lltat
tleiierwl OIU in u wmiHitont illler.
I here are n few whodwjlie hU retwi
Uoii an Civil tloverner, but for financial
"tleuerul Otk ia coutinuullv nullin
(iuiiuml Ijtwtonlwck. Wlimi (iii.imi
1 .aw too went ntit tlir ilwuitlni ,,..
tliMigbt he wouM aiMtime ewiuiiiaiHl,
in fuet one could in fur iwaliln.. ..U-
from imleni ImmimI by the War Deiairt
munt. Iho eultliera were nuthvnly
uiieoiiraKwI.aiHlhi fact jubilant. 'NvMr
1 .i1..' 'hwyiwW to one unothiir. 'ww
will huve Uwtoii next week ami we will
not dou thing to thin war.'
"Whuil he arrixud ami It win Uilu.i
that he wax milxmlinnt. .-.; ma iMUri.
ening oonditioiiH that IumI prevail!
iur ih, luuur weary montna uie rac
tlonury elfeet waa Ud very bad No
tlenerul ever Wl a rluer body uf trooiw
than thoMi olunteera hih! ivKtilarx,
but they cbafrnl anil fretted over their
inaction and a demltory poliuy. Itwton
know thin, and I trutd I am not be
traying a confidence when I nav tit
iuuerui iiwuni wan in aymjtuury witlt
"I have the moot poaitive and con
vincing ovidemH) that if llenural biwtim
hud been itermiltoil to carry out hia de
airodon the Uftth of Mareh the wur
would havu Ikmii pructieully omltl.
Aguiiiuldo was, with the flower of hk
army, at .MuIoIom, and .MaoArthur wan
In hi front. There was only olio nm
by which Aguinaldn could otH-aiw. Im
ton dealred to oxtHiute a motemont bv
the right lluuk und take Agulnaklo
urmy in the rear The Incurgoiiu
wouui nave ocen udweeu lutwtou ami
Mue.rtnur. Agtiiualdo could not
hae muvMl off by hia right Hank owing
to the Uiy and hi left flank ami rear
would have been covered bv lawton,
whll- in hia front was AfacArthHr
oriole, u waa n inoveMient tlwt ooukl
Imvw been easily executed, but It wm
nut KrinlUol until Ai:uiualdo had
Ainplo time to wwpo. After he hml
uuuo no the onler to advuiwo on MalohM
"At ln Hafael Denend luiwloit, witbl
it jmit 4 bu force, nit hU way through
th center of the lrwarsant tmtat under
General Oreggorio Pilar. Alter gaining
their rear lie' deplored hi men in line
of battle and coon had them in retreat.
At that time General Lawton was fix
milos beyond Angat. the terminus of
the floWjtelegraph line. Shortly after
lie began his daub fur the ineurgenta'
center a telegram for him was received
from General Otis in Manila. It vraa not
delivered. Then telegrams from Otto
began pouring in, all to thin effect :
'Where in til
"Five of those telej?ram were received
but not a courier had the heart to de
liver thorn. General Lawton brought
up his brigade of 'J,W0 men and liad
the Filipino in full rout when the
Jiueriesfrom General Otis became. o
m po riant that a courier galloped to the
front awl delivered them, fhhi was
General Lawton s reply :
" 'At tlie front Willi
his army, wliere
he ought to be.'
"A construction of impertinence
might be placed on tltat, but one not on
the ground can have no concept km of
the provocation, for General Lawton
seemed to realize what waa coming and
it waa not long delaved. Immediately
after the reply had leen received Gen
eral Otis telegraphed :
" 'Withdraw your command eixmilee
"I will not pay ltow this order waa re
ceived at new neaiuiitartera. ueneral
Lawton had removed big entire brhrade,
artillery and wagon trains, routed the
enemy ami had to relcoie the frnita of
"The eolecaura of the lesuanco of
that order by General OUh was his re
ceipt of a meoMge to the effect that a
representative irom Aginnaido waa on
his way to arrange for an armistice.
The representative arrived in the form
of a eecond lieutenant. Oenoral Otis re-
fuiKxl to treat with him, and ordered
General Lawton to again advance on Fan
Hafael. of course no insurgent were
found. Now tills Ih not n matter of
hearsay; it came within my personal
knowledge and is a mat.jr of record.
"Again, near I'aranagtie, General
Lawton was topped by General Otis at
4 p. m. within two mile of the insur
gents at Ijih l'inas. He could have
routed and tocibly captured the entire
army, but Gcneial OtU ordered him to
halt where he was and ?end word to
I'arauague giving the women, children
and nou-combatnnta time to leave town
They went ami k did the insurgent
"Aguiuahloand General Vh Pilar are
more clever than General OtH. Goneral
I'llar's sjiiea in the gulso of "Amlgos." or
friendly KitiiinoH, are thick in and about
General Otis' iialaco. They toll him all
Hirte of talee and tlw worst of it in he
believee them. I will cite an instance.
"General fwton was making an ad
vance ami the spies to'd General Otis
tliut 1'io l'ilar wan preparing to attack
tlie rear of Ijiw ton's command with
V00 men. General Otis hurried order
to General I.uwton to halt and cover
his rear against an attack by Pilar hi
force. l.awton obeyed, and sent scoute
Imck over tlie ground ami tliey loumi
lust eleven Filipinos. The American
advance was delayed, thus giving tho
insurgonts in front ample time to with
draw. You read of Auiiinuldo'H treuch
ory, but I Haw no Instances of It; he is
carrying on the war to the best of bin
ability and is proving himsolf an able
strategist and tactician. When he heard
of the purchase of tho Philippine he is
known to have laughed and said : "The
United Rates lias paid f'JO.OOO.COO for a
llftv yours' war.'
''There is not u Filipino in thu islands
mat wants mo American lormoi govern
moiit. Tnure was a time when the con
most of the islands might have leen
completed with comiHirutivcly little
bloodshed and that twos immcdituly
uf tor Dewey's viutory. Kinco that time
the policy Iiuh Imjoii such as to encourage
tlielr resistance, l ou me told that tlie
only plan is to exterminate the Tugals.
You must take into comnderut'on that
the Tngals numler !,000,l X) oopIc mid
that tho island of 1. 11011 alone is an
"General liwtou told mo they are as
brave a race of jtuoplo as ho over met.
Their olicy of making a show- of hold
ing a Mitinn ami their falling baok
Is one of stratugy: they know our troops
are not in Milllcient forew to garrison the
towns, and often the very dav we evacu
ate u place they ie-eiiter It. I havo
witiioHied many iiiHtauuus of their nerve
That Japan Is supplying the Filipi
nos with arms und munitions of war is
commonly known, and thu fleet rocks
idly in the buy of Manila, making no
effort to capture the tllibustururs.Hiuptv
ammunition cukm of Junuueo manufac
ture have beon found 111 the trenches,
ami what is worse empty ease and
cartridge shells made in Connecticut,
"The much-lauded jhmuw commisaiou
was the vurieet fareo imaginable. The
iiioiiil of the Peace Cummistuou es
tablished themselves in a comfortable
IHilauo in Manila und invited the Fill
pines to come in ami talk to them. Day
aftor day, week after week they sat there
and listened to platitudes and fairy tales
us to the wished of the nathas. recited
by marionette and omisMirioe t-out in
liy Aguinaldo. Finally the commission
iksued its famous proclamation. I will
cite one instance as to itet distribuUon.
"I went with one exKlitiou of 1,600
iimii ou a distributing tour, and in nine
day we succeeded in placing just one
copy uf the proclamation 111 the bauds
of u Filipino, ami he couldn't rend it.
"Prufwstor elitirmau was the only
active man, with the oxceptfon of Ad
mire! lewey, 011 the oouunWion, and I
know tmtt uewey was disgusted with
the farce. Pn)(usor Schurman loft tho
comiiiiMlon for the aimple reuKin that
he could not agree with the tactics of
"No 0110 iiupeacuuei the honesty of
General Otis, but he is conceited ami
loves Power. He hat iMtabliNhtMl him.
self in a beautiful old palace in Manila,
and his lux metltods eiiraurage loot ami
nrtoery among MiliortUHates. The cu-
Muu-iMHiee w noioruMw, ami tite i-orrup-tkm
is a matter of general comment,
iiie cototu-houe staff includes mauv
men with olitteal jhiIU, ami thev are
not there for their liwilth. It U pm.
ditctatl ttwxjiding to military regulation,
and it is almost lniossible for tluo not
in the ring to got mercdundise tlmmgli.
One merehuiit sells goods at lose than
the custom duties, ami it is generally
known tltat he buys condemned govern
ment supplies. Just why those goods
iuo comlemiietl and sold to civilians one
can only infer.
"Cargoce are unloaded bv nitwit r,f
camxwor iMtves, and a easoo in uliarge of
a govornment launch is not inspected.
1 ho murcbuiit referred to rents or bar
rws the iovernment liuinoh to
iiiurvlMiulue to the warolKHiso.
"UeilonilOtW in liraaticallv didtntnr
.....1 .1 . ...,.....,
nwi miiiu uiiio ugu ue promulgated u
luw incnwsiug the duty on opium, the
taw to go tutu elfeot witbin three day.
It w a matter of common report tlmt
wealthy Chineao lueruliaiiu ruUed f(H.
000 for the pttrio of delaying the law
two week. It hi known that thu luu-
dkl not go into elfeot for two weeks after
Uie date fixed ami during that time the
Chine) Imported sttllklunt onlum to
tlie idluml (or one year. Tlw of-
ohanro of that lMrtimbtr
mailer lias wiwe wn recalled. Ah
KtiLdWiman, iHtlUm, I UUee b wawe,
aaidhesuld lftd Ikorwe b tlie j.trii-
agarr-r y '-assaagagwsgw&a
ment, but was obliged Id jkiV ail Ahler '
ican qnarlerinaater ffiOO Ueforc He Wo
given the contract.
"A Chinexe woman had a contract W
furnish tho hosiriUl with o00 worth of
egzs, vegetables, etc., jer day. She
called on the Red Crow stewardess of
ono of the main hospitals one day, great
Iv perturbed in mind, and wanted the
stewardess to intercede for her. She
mid lieretoiore sue nau always paai imck
to the officials 30 ior cent of the amounts
nbl liir. tint now tbev wanted 25 nor
cent and she could not afford to pay that
nam, vet if site did not pay she would
lose her contract.
"Mr. Kaehln of the Klllpino-Amcncan
Company and Timothy W. Coakley,
both Americans in business in Manila,
complain bitterly of the discriminations
and restrictions. A man by the name of
Cannon, formerly, he says, a newspa
per reporter in Uiw country, arrived in
Slanila after the occupation practically
HHnile. He now owns all the cascon
ami transportation on the Pasig River
ami a monopoly of the Xira thatch for
Try Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder to be shaken Into the
shoos. Your feet feel swollen, norvous
and hot, and gets tired easily. If you
have smarting feet or tight shoes, try
Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools the feet
and makes walking easy. Cures swol.
leo, sweating feet, Ingrowing nails.
blisters and callous spots. Koiievcf
corns and uunmns or an pain ana
irives rest and comfort. Try it today
Sold 0y all druggists and shoe stores-
iorz&c. trial package turH. aci
drs?.Allen S. Olmstsd, Lc Roy,
S. Y. 6
All weaic --.-c la
clrned against o.stt
Little Early Ulscrs. They cloune the
bowels, regulate the In er, and till you
with new vljrnr. Small, sure; never
urlpe. Stones DruK Stores.
Don't Get Excited.
Don't permit a little rain to frighten
you, there will be an abundance of
flour and provisions for all. If you
doubt call aronnd and examine the
stock of Braneon & Hajari. 8 23 e o d
Kodol Dyopopsia cure cures dyppep
sld. "The public can rely upon It as
a muster remedy for all disorders aris
ing from ItnpcrfcctdiKestlon." James
M, Thomas. M. I)., In American Jour
nal of Health, X. Y. Stones Drug
stores. Have You Caught On
To the fact tlmt Uie (Inert pictures in
the city are made at tho Klitu Studio.
Irritating stlnus, bltos. scratches.
Hounds ami cuts soothed und healed
ba De Witt's Witch Hazel Salyc. Be
ware of couuterfeitH. Stonoe Druur
Three now phones wore plncel yostor
day in the following pluces: "T. A.
Ltvesley, olllco 1211, J. G. Fontnin.e
buHinesa bonce 2876 nmlLillentbal & Co,
II. J. Ottenheimer, ncuut, ollice 4(11.
.Many moro are expected to Imj put in
on Keptemlwr 1. Iany other improve
menta are lxjinj; made by this progres
A wreqk at sea l not the only place
khere a life line Is of importance
There U a life line for the sick, as well as
for the drowning man It is I)r Pieiee's
Golden Medical Discovery. It is not a
cure all, but it is a scientific medicine that
goes to the fountain head of a number of
serious and fatal diseases. When a man
Kets seriously sick, he cau eencrally be
cured by the right course of treatment.
The treatment that cures many obstinate
chronic disease? coniU of pure air, good
food, rational exercise, and the use of a
remedy that will strengthen the weak
stomach, correct tfie impaired dlcestion.
inviirorate the liver and nrnmntc th n.
sinillation of the live-giving elements of
me 1000 inc "uoiiicu .Medical Discov
ery" accomplishes all these things.
' A younjf man layiuleaml motiouleM upon
(what HrichlKifi called) hit llug lx-d Dlraw
of the Iiuik. llvtrcooipUlnt Injury trouble, and
rJriy were last haMening him to the grave.
The doctors hail given him up to ille The
nelghliors mM. he cauuot live ' ' Oh. 1 woUt
not care la die.' he sakl. were it not for leaving
my lror wife and littte chile, twt I know that I
mutt die ' A Urolher hl pnstentrt! him with
three bottles of medicine, but he had no faith in
patent medicines but after the doctors had
Rvleu him up to die and he had banUhnl every
01 of recovery lie uld to hU wife. dear wife
I am gotitg ts ne. there can be no harm now in
taking that medicine I will begin its use at
once ' lie did begin to um: It and at first he
rew worse, but soon there came a dunce,
hlowly but surely he got belter Today that
mail is strong aad healthy and he owes hn life
le that medtctHe. What was the medlciner It
was I)r Hrree's (lotdcii Medical IMtcovery. and
I, Luther Martin, am the cured man t)r
lirrre. I thank you from the very depth of uiy
heart for rescuiug me from the grave ' The
foregoing tsftam Luther Martin, ftw apreuil
ucut dliicu of Lubec, Wood Co., W Va.
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Karss J fcr Pvliry ItoUen in &l over
Ollice with Salem Laud Ofiice .
O. M. OIAOK
Succester to Dr. J. M. Keene, old VNTikt
Corner, Salitn, Or. Parties dedring wperioJ
operations at moderate feet in any branch r
in etpecial request.
ALBERT A. JESSUP.
ROOMS 1 AND li, ORAY IILIC.
OFFICE CITY HALL
For water service apply at office. BiP
payable monthly in advance. Make
complaints at the rPx..
Steam Dye Works,
No. 105 Commercial street, opposite
Willamette hotel. Ladiusf and
uentlemen'sclothlm; cleaned, dyed.
repaired and pressed. Fine blankets
cleaned or dyed and nicoly fin
ished. Kid irioves cleaned, 10c:
Enlargements In Crayon and Water
Color. Photo IJuttons.
Amateur developing and finishing
neatly done. t. J. BROWN,
0 round Floor
243 Commercial St., Salem Oregon.
No, 71 Chcmckcta st,
I. B f. TUTHILL Aisiyer
The German Market
Will Imj found all kinds of ment
and the beet of musaue. FREE
DELIVERY. All bills due the
late firm of Wolt A- Mlei-cke
must be paid.
cqejuz: Sl son
171 Commercial St.
The Palace Market
Our buyer rounded up thirteen
head of tine voting cattle lust
week, which will ensure you a
line uteek or roust. We alo
keep up our stock of pressed
meat and salience.
When fctnrting for the lmtcher,
MOYKR & EDWARDS.
Phono 2021. 13S Stuta street
S, C, STONE, M. D,
Stone's Drug Store
Tnv storM (two In nuiubor) nre loeatwl s
No. Of ntxl SS3 C'oumeretsl Hret, anil are
well slotktHl with a complete Hue otdrupsaml
inetllciiis, toilet articles, terminer)', hrushuf
etc., tic, vie.
Has had some 36 years exparionee In lk praik
tlceoi inedloliieand now makus no oli.rga fur
ooutupAtlou, oxsmlnutlon urpieaoripKnu.
Great Oppertunity for Home Seekers.
To oloxo an ohtate which is Hmiewlmt
involve!, town projatrtiee, farmn ami
fiiiall traete in fruit ami otherwise tall
in Salem and vicinity) will In t-acrlllced.
Only imrtial iKiymeut repiirel. In
liltOWN, WllIOIITJIA.V & Myhiim.
Tioga Illock, Salem, Or.
"Our baby wis Hick for a month
with severe couh und catarrhal fevor.
She koDtKattlnu worse until wc uod
One Minute CoukIi Cure It relieved
und cured her in a few duys "15. L
Nunce, Prln. Ilik'h SulitKd, UlulTdulu,
Texu. Stouus Drib.' Stores.
One 10-20 Plationltl given away every
month. For (tirthur particulars hvnulre
at The Kl to Studio, bucceasor to Srrv
the Artist. Don't forget that wo iniiku
twenty-one picturoe for 'Jf cuiibs.
While pricee vary, you get moro fo.-
your money at Mrong'n lletauriit tbau
I ut anv oth(r nlncti in tli allv. S ? K
I . .X - I lrtMl.
li lll fV, llltl l I It'll
II llttUl wi U . U i
i . U oU- it It.,
vv fviBfl v -afpy-fi 1 t
br r.i, .r-pM,l, ui
tl ni. ur a la. Hi-, W T.V
tlrxtUr w.m uu rii
stock. No old
-111 OHCHARII ORAM
KNOUfelt KVK UK.M.8
KKTl'CKV Hl.l'K liKMM
!U Onirt st.
7. Pntton ninnk
Z. M. PAUV1X. Sato....
orMKS. J. X. MtOWN.aeaCourtet.
rnmr,mv : si,. ... u
u. hmitu, Special Agont.
Satai Water U,
WI"M'1"' ' P
Oregon Sliort Line Railroad
' The Direct Route to
MoDtaoa, Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points
Girt ohfllce of two larorlle roatar, via the
UiiKHi I'aeinc rwa ian 1.111a, ur m
KJo Qranee Bcenle Udm.
Look at the time
1 Days to Salt Lake
2i Days to Denver
3 Days to Chicago
4 Days to New York
Ftet Hrellninit Chair Cam. UtibolMarert Ten
tt aiwjSiic Can, and Pulliaau Palace
8leierorrtl on all train.
For farther Information apjrfy.io
IIOISK A llAHKEIt, AKenU. fialew.
W E COMAS, (IcnlAseul
C.O.TEIXBY Trar. Pm Agt
"tf. waif I.I,. Funfff Ft. Wfirttl
MaJ I Omaha, Kantas ('Itv, Bt.6 Wpui
8 p. m,i Louls.l hlrago and bast.
9po- IvVaiUWalla, Spokane, Mlnne-
aano aitoiii, nv, taui. u,M,n, .-.,,
HHQkcc Chicago and east.
Fur Ban Franci-co,
8 p Dl,
4 p. in
Hall every nve aay.
4 n. m.
To Astoria ami way landings
lu p, m
Portland, Newherx and
wnfC p. 111.
10 a, in
For Pay ton
ItlVKK . I lera
3 p. ni
Corvallls AlUny alHl War 10a. in
WILLAMETriJ RIVER DIVISION -Daily
boits to Portland as alave.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg t'it;
if the Jteamer-r are delayed there ount
tnp tickets to all points in Oregon. WsaMng
ton, or California. Connection made at Port
land with all rail, ocean artrtnver line
W. H. IIURMtUkl.
(Jcr'l Pas. Agt. Portland. 'Vr
G. M. POWERS, Agent, Tr.ule street docV
IIOISK : PARKER.
(in 1 ti
Soo Pacilic Line.
Travel in comiort
It is a
making few stops.
is of surpassing
It will pay you
For full nurtioiilnri as to rnlofi. time
and copies nf C. 1. It. publications ap
C. M. LOCK WOOD
Auent Saiuin Oro.
II. II. Abott. Atent Portland.
E. J.Coyle. A-U.P A, Vanootiver II 0
A LIRE SAVED.
Dr J. F, Cook, tha Uotanloal Spec
nllat, Suooaocla Wharo Other
To wIkiiii it mav ooncam :
This in to certify tlmt Portha P. Con
ner, of Mt.Angol precinct, .Mnrion coun
ty, Oregon, 1ms sufferod from n istncor
ous growth in the left ear for about throe
years. The grow th was cut out tu ice and
burned out once by Allwny Physician,
but the growth camo Iwck a8 bad
as ever, and Kiined her eo badly that
she hud to be token from pc1kx1. After
three wuok's treatment bv Dr. J. I
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, tho Uotanloal
bpooitdibt, tho crow th ontirelv disan-
peureil, ami at this date, four mouths
since treatment was uukuii, the growth
has not reappeared, and tho ear has en
tirely healed leaving only tho scars in
dieted by the Albany doctors.
I hereby certify that the above state
ment is absolutely true, and that Bor
tha P Conner, thu noram montinnwl
in the ailidavit, has resided in mvfam-i
iiy since early clilulliood, beuring the re
lutionship to me of niece.
. ., , , H. C. Low.
Subecribod ami sworn to Wore me
this i eighth day of June, ia. W. W.
Hall, oomty clerk of Muriun eniinty.
Express and Transfet
Mcts all rmil and pssgr traits.
ge aad e-preas to all nam ol th
Prompt servKc. Tel bone No ;o.
DISQIT & bKlPTOX
St .te street, naar ra lrod. Praskeat ana
best maals, My pn'rans y I Uep iii tst
treats In Iowa a ;
PIAKO TUNERS AND REPAIREttS
'.1.., U-nc u(ars at ueo
SOUTH AND EAST
THE SHASTA RO'JTE
tXTtttS TBAtM RUM DAttY
7 MS A
Ar....Satcin .. Ar
Ar. San Francisco I.v
5-00 r it
6.40 A M
8'I5 P M
7.O0 A M
7-55 A m
Ar Ugden .
1 .to I'M
8 50 AM
C.30 r u
9 S r h
o !') A r
Ar .....Denver. . Lv
Ar .... Omaha .... Ar
Ar ... Chicago ... Lr
At... Lo Angeles . . .Ar
Ar ... El Paso .... Ar
Ar.. .Fort Worth. ...Ar
Ar. . New Orlcins. Ar
Pullman tirst-clats and tourist sTecpm'ciri
atuched to all thiouch train-. Touti.t ca.,
through to Chicago without change.
ROSIEURU MAIL, r-DAILY.
8.'30 A M
Lv. .. Portland
.VEst SIUE DIVISION.
BETWEEN rOKTLANO AND CORVALLb.
Mail turn daily except Sunday.
730 a it I "Lt. . . .Pottland. . Ar 1 5 -50 r u
II.55 r M I at.,U)ITIllH L.V
rains of the C. & E
EXrBESB TRAIN DtlLY EXCEPT W.MMY.l
Lv ... Portland.... Ar
8- 25 A U
4 'SO A U
Direct connections at Mn trnctsco v-th
steamship line fo HAWAII, 1APAN
CHINA, IHEPHILLII'INES ard AL'S
For through tickets and rates ca'l o VY,
W. SKINNER, Depjt Agent, rr ( D.
GAURlEL,'ON City Ticket Agent, 231 Coin.
merdal St Salem Or.
R. KuF.Hl.Ek "M xh:."IT"
C.MAUKHAM G. F. &P. A. Uf's.,
)4 '30 r x
You Can Get
W llli otic exception the tlnouuli
trains of tliu liurllnnlon Route
am almost Inyiiriubly ucll-llllcd,
Tlie execution Is our St Patil-
thero Is usually
Don't Infer that
On the limited
loom und to
It Is neither
so line, nor so fast, us ANY train
of ANY other line between St.
Paul und Cblcano. On tho con
trary, theio Is uo more beautiful
train In Aiucrlcu. Itlms electric
lltMit, ste-ttu heat, wide vestibules
the inoa satisfactory dlnlnn-ca
service nn the continent and
lowor berth 'or everybody,
A. C. SHELDON.
Goti'l At'ent, Portland. Or.
A Few Interesting Facts
When people are contemplating a (tip
whether on mwneM or pleasure, th'.y rwtur
ally want ihc ben tervice obtainable so tar
as speed, comfort and sfeiv is combined.
Employes of the WiMMnMii Central Lirnare
paid to verve I he public und our trains ate
operated so at tu make do e count cuons
with diverging line at nil junction joints.
Pullman Palace Sleuiiing and Chair cars
on through train
Dining car tervice unexcelled, Meals
a la Carte,
In order to obtain this fir-i-ckis seivice,
ask the delet agent to sell vou a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN1 CENTRAL LINKS
and you will mike dirert connections
St. iaul for Chlcac . Milwaukee anJ
For any luirer infoimation call on any
ticket fluent or corretiKmd with
Ceneral I'au, Agent .
or JAS. .. CLOCK,
2.6 Star .Street,
Copvallis & Fasten)
2 For Vaqulnu:
Tral 11 leuvos A ibany .... Ii-J.0 p. m.
Iruln loaves) Corvollis J:l5p 111.
Tialu nrrivoo Ymiulmi... S:)p in.
Lcuvea Yaqulnu "00a. w.
Lcuvcs Corviillis 1 1:10 a. m
Arrives Albuuy 12:2ft p. ui.
3 For Detreit:
Leaves. Albany 7H0n. .
. ...iiaon. 111.
.. 5lp m.
... (1:0ft p. in.
U:.V1 p. 111.
... 0:40u ui.
?.oa )i in.
A rives Albany..
"HUT kioouy !;
Oio and two nonnoeL ni Alnany and
Corvallls wlih Houtliorn PaclUc tialns,
itlvltiK direct service l land from e
port and adjacent benches.
No. C runs from Albany to Corvallls
on Monduya, Wednosdays and Frioaj
No. 5 runs from Corvalll to AltuW
on Tuosdays, Tbiirsuluys and Katur
Trains for the niountitlrs arrive at
Detroit at noin. nlvlnir ample tluie
to roaoh oamplnir urounds vn tne
nroitoubiisb and Suulluui river U
T P. I1. A.
Loaves Saletn at 7 a. 111. fur Portland
aud way landings every Tuefday.
Thursday and Saturday.
.The skwwer has bon ejttosl vrHh aii-
awoaiincAlstlotn, IntiaUH a eSa
lISMMivaxd (or tarryiair boll) frsM u4
ltei)k,-Fwt ef 8Ute ssreO.
Rn. N. HtK Aceat.
O. HT. LANB
97 STATK BTOBKT.
CySulU ffi 15 and upvea:iU,
Pauta S3 and opwarda
"ma Salem. Oregon-
Wilt s uk aw