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" Your Money Back if You Wantjtl
Top Coat is an absolute necessity
These cold mornings, and we are fully prepared
to meet your every want in Box Coats, Ulsters,
, t and Mackintoshes of every description.
Tan covert box coats, lined and
unlined, in all the fashionable shades and weaves
,S10 to S17,50
Blueblack beaver coat well lined
and trimmed made lor service.
box and cape
experiment- Try It.
If you have
ter. It cure
This Is a
fact, not no
Coats blue, black, tan and browns.
SL50 to S12
(5. TO. Sobnson & Go.
257 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
eral violent se-cbes were made, in the
courw of winch the monarchy was at
tacked. At tlie Ikirgo Catholic congress in
Madrid a committee was appointed to
eetabluh a retmblieaH union. A resoiH'
lion was patted tleruanding that itoiS bu
taken to Nar the liberation of th
Spanieh prkones by the lsrgwits in
Reginald Darker, a etoflk jobber of
London, has failed. He lfad a large ac
count In Kaffirs, which he Isad Ikm n
Oregon Hops Good.
Albert Magnus, of the firm of A. Mag
Bus, Pons A Co., of Chicago, the Jurpwt
hjtcfcirii lltoeoHHtry, has in Salem
Saturday, al white here he km fur
prWI at the pol qtMlfty of Oregon
ho, ha rift? got the imjr?too that the
Oregon Imp ws an Inferior grade, from
reports sent tit, but lie finds them
meeri letter than the Washington Imjju.
C. Norton was brought to the acyltim
Saturday from rvHsene. He in M year
of age and a laborer.
o Young Mother gpw"
CONDENSED MILK for nnnlnr taWn. aa wet a for
rtraera. cooklsr. It haa stood toe test lor rortr yeara.
Take no substitute. BE.tD TOR BOOK 0." "BAHna."
BORDEN'S CONOCNICO MlLK CO., HtW YORK
CRUSHED BY HER CROWN!
TUB OAILT JOURNAL
UV HUH UK UHOTHItUa
MONDA i. OCTOMiK. 2, 1890.
Dally, One car 83 00, In Advance
i-mUj, Tout Mo'itha 31 CO, !' Advance
Weekly, Olio Yewir 91.00, In AdvaKco
OALEM CITV ELECTION.
Tlie old regime said "yon can't run
Salem any rlieaiiur, and the only thing
lo do In lo provide moro revenues." The
)ojI(j didn't helieve that, and put in
some plain men to do buxlneu for the
eity. In less than nlno months thuy
have demonstrated an annual caving of
over sixteen tlioiiMnd dollars.
Do the eopo of ftilcm want to go
back to the old machine mctliod, or do
they want to go right along having pub
lic budneMt done as they Mould do ttiolr
Now Is tlnio to deolde, and to net upon
their division, for In ten short weeks
there will bo another elty election. At
that time there will Im four couiicilmeu
to elect, one In each ward, to' succeed
Tho. Burrows, A. II. Huron, Lee.McGruw
and Knil I.egg. Of them Messrs. Itur
rows and llureii were representatives of
the "citizens" inovumont, and the de
mand will ho oerwholmlug for tluilr
return by the same iicople who put them
Mr. Hurrn is thu pioneer of the
"cltlxima" movemuiit, having been
elected two year ago when u break
wnacoiuldured imoralblea und while he
Is probably not seeking lionora any moro
than he was two years ago, the eople
of hi ward, nganllos of ixriitios, will
Insist that he mutt remain. .Mr. Iltir
rowa was entitled to the long term when
elected last year, but generously waived
the jirlvilego for his senior collif,tie,
Mr. Walker. IJke Mr. iluren, he has ren
dered faithful service, und the oplc de
mand his return. Theao men hav.t both
uusclll.hly put aside thelrowu Interests
ami have loyally orved the olty in a
manner that would bo a credit to men of
greater prutuuthius as llnanoiera and
buslne! men. With their colleagues
andwiolattw they havu stotxl choulder
to rliouhlcr for eeonouiy, good pulille
servlei. ikveuey and laln horse Kinse
in (ho adtiiluUtnitiou of public alTalrs.
Whethur they want It or uot, they are
now as good as nominated for the good
record they have made and for the
thousands of dollars they heljxil nivo to
the taxa)ers of the eity.
In the third and fourth wards similar
men should be chosen, anil the four
elected to j?retiintc the prewnt pro
gram In our city government. Let them
rs good, clean, stjuare, solvent citizens
regardlcM ol arty. Salem is on the u-
grado and the thing is to keep it there.
Ilrnntr I" Hlood IJeep.
Clean blood tneani a clean ikin. Xi
bmiutr without it. CaicareU, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, h)
itirring uit the lazy liver and driring all im
irom (lie icwr. iieinn l
itiln, boil, blotchea, bl
ana inai aicklr ullloua comMexlon nv
Caacartta, beauty for ten renta. All drug
Ilemn to(Iv to
Iiohling for a rise. Ills reorted
his liabilities are 2,0W.
giiU, aatiifactlon guaranteed, 10c, 25c, Wc,
A. II. Ifammond of Atorfa gobbleI up
37,000 acres of the Tillamook county
tiniborlaud which recently came in the
market by locating it with Valentine
Scrip. About 15,000 acres of it were
located by actual resident. I'robably
not d)o-uartor section would he estl
mstil to have less than (1,000,000 feet of
timlicr. It munt le understood that nt
astutnpago value ol 76 cents iter I1KX),
two ordinary tree would iwy for nn en
To Curo a Cold In Una Dny
Ttk bjiiatlto llrwmo Oalnluo TVIilol.
t . .. ... :: I... -. .. "T-
unixKiaia ipihdu ina lO'iHoyiiu raiii
K. V. Onti)' iUnatur Ituii each !)
It If absolutely useless to expect a
surgical ojKiratlon to cure cancer, or
ny other blood dlseami. Tho cruelty
of such treatment is Illustrated In the
Planning numler of deaths which re
suit from it Tho diaease it In the
blood, and benco can not bo cut out
Nine times out of ten tho surgeon's
Knife only haatens death.
Mji.??.h,!." sas saatOjaant Oaaear. foi
wbleU (b iluckwi aaU an vrrllu aa U
aaljrhopf. Tb.r '
auua u a, iwvr
Uiy.UJ oot tlown to
Ui jawbona and
scrata l. lletura a
iraal whlU LL Can.
H (o iiuw rapltllr.
The sugar factor at Iji Grande, Ikik
orders for four earlomls ol sugar, whloh
wlllb shlpel from the new product.
One car Is for Walla Walla, one for
Klgln, one fur HakorCity and the other
for home dealers. The 9T0 wiuks of
sugar that was made from last year's
syrup two weeks ago was told almoat 1n
fnreit hud become cool In tho sacks.
Tho uaat Prosoripdon tor Mnlarln
ClillUauil Kivrrlta Ixillln ol (IlKHm TinTc
tM Chill Toma, ll la lm)ly lion nJ
Qululiialiia tatlclvMfurifl, No etira, miliar.
rVica Uk. f7 1 ,vw im
Wleks ft Orr, the Jonuphlno county
orehanllats, hunt to the 1'ortland oxH)nl
tlnn IBOstt-ks of corn, whiuh weighed
fnwpouiuM. ii-is oom was raiil hi
their ranoh, and Is part of iilxiiit 10
acres of that kind. Ivaeh ttoek of com
had IwotHirs, about II iuchm in length.
The Held Irein which it waa taken m'I
yield, it is estimated, about ol ImtheU
to thu acres.
Dr. UuH'i Cough byiup la the Ueat
medlulno fur sore throat, tarvngltis,
(ulnny ur tunsllllls. liven' drop or It
koulhes and heals. A twenty-live
cent bottle of this wonderful remedy
will euro u cough or cold In one day.
A numlier of lwpgmwnr of tlw Woful
burn nelghlsirlHxsl, uot lelug wttlnllel
with the priee of hop uhith on tho coast.
have wuubliiwl and order -d MOO anU
of it from the east.
We J Jim; Announcement,
Cards are icsued announeitig the mar
riage of Mix Airnee Lorcne Iax to Mr,
Charles Henry Ilinman, in Salt-in,
WedneIay,Oct. 11, 18W, at 11 o'clock
a. in. The bride-elect is the eldest
daughter of Supt. and Mrs. Joseph I).
U-e, of this city, and the ceremony will
occurat their home on cast Htate street.
The young couple will reside at Klleiis-
burg, Wanli., the home of the groom.
M. W. A. Will Knteiuin.
On next Saturday evening Italph
JoIiiihjii, who has Ih.-uii apiwiuted onu ol
thu lecturers for thu Modern Wootlmuu
of America, will ajienk at Salem, in the
fnsurancu hall. The lecture will be
frit) and the Hoyal Neighbors have
joined the Woodmen in nn untortain
ment lor their frlendu, wliieh will be n
treat. The program will be good, fol
lowed by refrethmeiiU.
V. I. 8. C. E. Annual Meeting.
Theiiuiuial Y. P. S. C. K. union will
liohl its annual hupinus meetiiig uinl
election of ollicura Tuuslay evening at h
o clock in the endeavor room of the
Chriatfau church. A full attendance ol
the members In desired. Thu ollicer ol
thu variouH kocictioe uro epccinlly urged
to lie preeeut.
Thu ladles Auxiliary of thu Suluiu V.
M. C. A. w 111 hold a meeting at thu as
sociation rooms at -:R0 o'clock Tueslu
afteriMXiti. There is onnslderablo bum
nims to truusuet and a full nttundrtiiee ot
the uiumlMrs of the autllllary isdeniretl.
There will be a wtolttl untortttMimeiit
at thu Turner Imll, noxt WeeiieMlu)
evening, given by Capital Aseembly Xo.
Sl.Unlled ArtUius. A giKxl program
has Umn urniuged ami a royal good time
A small run Inwt belonging to tiny
M. 1'owur, agent for tlw O. It. rt N. Co.,
wiuiiitoluii on Thursday. Mr. Powers
hasuu bleu whore It went, uid will try
to Iwve tho mlecreuutii, who took it, ar-routed
Tie jtta' " HA of Slartyra" ha never
b c written i''fmiu work deals only
with th msrtrrdoBi of the body. When
th real book of martyra i written it will
deal with tie mental martyrdom of the
wewaa who aanVred In siltace because
moArtty ttonli) not let her put into upeech
tic qucition that burned in her heart.
L. M. KIRK.
B4. 56, Si. 58
Gram, Hay, FJour, Mill Feed, Building Material.
Lime, Cmcnt, Plaster etc,
Grain, Hay and Straw stored
I'romnt and careful attention tnven tn the dplivprv
of tho citv.
goods to any part
appy babe, the prattle of loyou children,
nd the feara that all that fife of home and
Looking for His Uog,
C. Il.lllanehard.themau for whom
Mill ureek wan kean-hed from und to end
and who wutliu("tuiiitfoii" of thu hour
for a Hakim jMer was In town yustet
day and Uxlay looking for hla dog.
Motherhood, and yet there have been liter-
any minion or women crutned to death
by that crown, that shining aymbol of
wctnan'a aoverefgnty In the home.
a vouko mat.
" 6tnillor with rclucUnt feet '
Where womanhood and girlhood rneet."
In the first critical period of her life she
begim to experience fum-ring- which he
necetsarlty connecti with the orzana of hi.
What It la the doea not know. Why it U
abe doea not understand She needa medi
cal advice. Hut the ahrinka from.iL Her
modeaty la up in armi at the thought of
quettlona to be aaked, of examinationa to
be submitted to, both alike repugnant to
delicacy So ahe suffers in silence. The
strain on the delicate machinery of her
organism becomes more severe. Tainful
Irrfgularitlea become yet more painful
And so, silently, she treads the painful
path to confirmed invalidism. Her crown
of modesty becomes a crown of thorn
She sees the glowing Isnip light of cheer
ful homes, She heata the cooing of the
love is not for her
Or take the other typical case of the
woman who has entered on the cares and
Dtrriics or wrrciioon.
She baa always been healthy and happy.
Ilut now a change comes. Her eye loses
its brightness Her step loses its spring
The color fadra from her cheek Fre
quently she is compelled to lie down and
rest She i In constant pain. She looks
dreadlngly down the calendar toward the
hour when the burden of motherhood will
be laid upon her She, too. nerds help
Dut she loo suffers silently, because she
cannot speak and open the door to auch
questions or such examinations as her
modesty revolts at. And yet all this suf
fering is, as baa been said, unnecessary,
because to match modesty of speech there
I modesty of hearing.
There fspne physician who has fully met
tne neeus 01 mouest women by offering
abolute confidence In hearing absolute
cunfidence in consultation combined with
absolute competence in treatment. Ills
remarkable discoveries and the way in
which hi has met woman's peculiar needs
has made Ur K V Pierce (chief consult,
lug physician to the Invalids' Motel and
Surgical Institute, of llutTalo, N Y ), the
friend and confidant of tens of thousands
of modest women In over thlitr Tears
OLINGER d RIGDON
Undertakers and Embalmcrs.
We wNi to announce to tho mineral tiuhlie tli.il ni have tiurchnied the most
elegant and maKiiificant funeral car, of latest design, nnd are therefore in a jkhI
lUMi 10 uanuie tunerais in a much better manner than heretofore, ami wltn less ex
K'ii?e. We have lone felt that Salem, beim; the cnnltnl cltv of a irreat slate.
I ,1t . (. ., --------, ---,, ---- m . o--, ------
i-now ii i i up to iiate in tne manner ol handling tunerais, and wo nave therefore
jared no extenH3 in purchasing the car. It was built by the James Cunningham
m Jiuciicrier. -ew lnrit. who imint inn mipt vciiwim in hip i niiiii tnfs.
Wjnle this is not the most exinsive funeral car ever built, still it Is tlie finest ever
8iiipieti to urejjon.
t VVe conlially invite all to Inspect our facilities, anil when necessity require, tc
give us liberal tronage. OUNUKH A KIUDON".
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
2 For Yaquiea:
Train leaves Albany .... 1:2:50 p.
'iraln leaves CorvallK. .. 1:45 p
Train arrives Vuqulna... 60 p.
Leaves Yaqulna 7'00a.
Leaves Corvallis 11:40 a.
Arrives Albany 12:'i5 p. tu.
J For Detreit:
Leaves Albany 7:40a.m.
Arrives Detroit U&ia, tn.
Leaves Detroit 12:25 n. tn.
A i rives Albany 6:35 p. in.
'OLeaves Albany G:0o p. ru.
Arrives Corvallis 0:65 p. ru.
flLeaves CorvaJJls 0:40 a.m.
ArrlveiVMbaoy 725 a. ui.
One Hnutwifconnezl at Alhany nnd
asaVss mil iiif naiaiaiiti in,, ,,M
ror I From rortland
Ifalt ljike, Denver
I mV'- ,hnaa Clir
lxjuls.Cli lento ami EaJ,
Bpo- IVValla Walla,
T F. A P. A.
.1. 1UKNKK Arcnt.
Estimates furnished, and work done promptly, substantially
anu in iionesi prices.
rruit ana nop uryer work' a specialty.
T. S. BURB0UGHS, 102 State St, Phone I5II
VVILUMETTE KIVKIt OIVISION
Leaves a'aleui nt 7 a. m. for Portland
aud way landings every Tue-day.
xiiursaay nnu suturuay.
.The iteamer has been equipped with flrl-
ciau accomraoUatlous, Including an elegaiil
Unsurpassed for carrying both frvlglit and
Uock-Fiiot of Plate street.
Kl). N. UllKS Agent.
Corvallis with Southern Paclnc ttalns, i wp. m-
giring direct service Danuiroiu rvew
purt and adjacent benches.
No. 0 runs from Albany to Corvallis
on Mondus, Wednesdays und Fridavs
Ko. 6 runs from Corvallis to Albany
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Trains ror tuc mountains arrive at
Detroit at noon, giving ample time
tfj reach camping grounds on the
Hreltenbush and b'antlatu river the
II. L. WAI.DE.V,
Hrafilrsittak ll" '""'"
apolls. Hi. l-aol. Iiiiinth jJiti !
OJhAN blKAlbllli- --
t-'OI.U M HI A HiVMr"
To Astoria auu hm Land.nw JA
PqrtlaiHl, .Newbcrg aix'i
WIIrjETTE RIVER DIVISION
Daily boau to Portland as abo.e iV!i"
Transfers to street car line at Oiec , .
if the stemmeri are delayed there ....
tnptickeuto allpoinuin Orccon W.,li
ton, or California ConnectonfmadeVl ill'
land with all rail, ocean tfnmliUr
uen'l Pas. Act. I'oitlt.! i.
G-; POWERS. Agent, Tra ,Vr,
,flfl BtST OREGON WBKKLY jH.flfl
Ih issued Thurxlay UHirnlngJii.'tluic lo rejioli all im t
of the state the same week.
Appointed lor Salem.
Rev. J. C. Jului Is the newly apiMHiiled
mlnUter fr thu Salem church, made at
the North Paellte OwriHiui MIm-Iuii in.ii-
ference hehl In Portland, whieh nd
That Joyful Peeling.
SVIlh thcuxliilaratliigsoiisouf renew
ed health and strength and Internal
cleaulluoss, which follow the umj ui
Syrup uf Figs, la unknown to thu few
wliohuvu nut pmgred beyond the
uld-tliuu und lolne ami tlie oheup kiih
slltutes rouitllmes ulTured but nuvur
accepted by tho woll-lufortuel. liny
the genuine. Manufaciurcd by the
California Fig Syrup Co.
rvwtdiea without r
srian tht alvl
friend, itild (a
try a.. 8. (Hwlfi's
wtKvimat. an,i wun
t&eornd Uiltls b
.! ' i mm
ln to Improvo. After twenty botUe hu
Vee 4t. fit .Cancer dlMpiwart.1 Vnllril
suit be weued, Tba cura was a perraaiVeul
u, nt m now MvctiMeu Jrara old.auit haa
MHper had s sign of the drradrul diseas to i
" . t H. leap.x!M,
rs Seodjras bL, Oallas, Tsaaa,
JWiiklj tho only hope for Cancer
fI W K71 VIIIU,
Poieltn News Items.
While one of the moat natewurthv
events of tho century was taking plus.
in New oik City, on Friday aud Sat
urday: while rev eral millltma of iutri
otic cltlsens were honoring the lighters
ot our nation, there were going on In
the ronipioreil irkmU mgotlatious for
eaou and the returning ami giving up
of priHoneni of war The rebel com.
mander-ln-ehlvf akel fur a conference
and that he bo imrmlttod to mini a rep
resentative of his goveriimont to liegoti-
uto for ieac. (leneral Otis r(un.l the
rwtie.t. There will lie another con
The high eourl cshhihUbIou of Prwm-e
haa coneludetl ll ttxamlnattoH of the
documents in the eutwpiracy rnstva and
thu interregatiou of the prisoners Imx
commeuctl. .M. Iroutdo was tbe
tirat brought out. He refuted to reiilv
As iiuw Is the time when many are
Ihlnkiuu of Inlying pianos, organ anil
sowing tiiuehlnes, 1 Utko this idoUukI
to luiuiud yuu that yuu have with you
ail old .leuler lu theo linos,whomake
it a study to buy his goods so ho win
meet nil advertloed prjco on the same
goods. In tho towing machine line
purwiu that ouiuo tu my atoro aud Vee
miai. pricon maciiines can Do Imttght
for, buv hero. Others, 1 Und, send,
but not near viniany as umh! t di,bo
cutiM.' many Mleiiuon tlioy talk to
uhargeso much umro than they onu
gel llieiu by sending for them. 1 have
In stock hUh.arm.self-throadlng shut.
tie. all attachment, t-drawor. ttuk
iauie.ewing msciuiiesrorSloUi IIKJW
i on do not luxe any risk aeudlug or
uuKiiiiiK jourcusii. iou oun ec
the machine and sew on it tWore you
pay for IU Flcuro your prices adver
tised ami freluhl und you will see 1
urn from fl to WW cheaper than tliiiM
prlcivs. One example: My gain on
shipping u slnulo piano-1 hive nu.v
mi the rtuol .'iiHrnf tiiHund ii,iu.v...i
, packel In a car, at tho rate of .M a
uuiiuieu; pricu or ikw. sat the fae
Ur; weight uf box averai;e Shi
IMiuuds, at 91 a hundred U HO; welk'hi
uf piano In box COJ oiiiids. at si,
makes til. At tho rate of ll.co iuakei
tv.ou -a tiiiiereuco nn tne iiiam to Imx
of ill, 40 iiiakltiv a total dliTerioiP, !
; U plus f 10 plus il4.40 or U0 1 aavt-
iu uaun inaiiii, a tury lair prtiDi on
oaon piaiiouiitt a urge saving on a car
experience with female disorders of every
possible type, treating them to the number
of hundreds of thousands, I)r Tierce has
Dccn ornugat into relation with every form
of feminine weakness, feminine pecul
iarity, and feminine disease Where a
local practitioner baa experimented and
failed with ten cases Dr Pierce's discover
ies and advice have gone stalgbt to the
iuoi ana cuicu ten tnousand livery varia
tion of symptomatology is known to this
lifelong specialist The presence of com.
plications that confuse and baffle the ordin
ary practitioner are every day experiences
and every day successes to bim
His medical discoveries and his confi
dential, fatherly advice, are to-day the only
harboia to which weak, hopeless, uufor.
tunate woman can turn for help an4 ttl U
Hiiitly-icH Umti out of every hundieJ.
Those who turn to him experience at once,
instead of a skirmishing with symptoms,
a banishing of suffering His "Favorite
Prescription" not only removei all pain
ful female Irregularities but acts directly
on the delicate organs that suffer in the
strain and stress connected with mother
ood, Vl supplies vital force and energy.
Dr. Tierce is at all times ready to give
advice, free of charge, to those who employ
his remedies. Addres him aa above.
Soo Pacific Line.
Travel in comiort
It is a
is of surpassing
It will pay you
For full particular as to rate, time
and copies of C. I. It. publications up
C. M LOCKWOOD
,, .. Agent, Salem Ore.
II. II. Ahott. Audit Piirtl.'ind.
K. J, Doyle, A-G P A, Vancouver H C
SOUTH AND EA
TNE SHASTA ROJTE
Southern Pacific Co
tXtfKSS TRAtlfS RUN
7-MS A m )
6.43 A M
Ar ) t
a - . : 1J '
nan rrotriirt i u i. ...
. wusn.w aw n.ltlsi
Ar 19:15 m
Ar .... Omaha , .
Ar .. .. Chicago ..
Ar. ..Los Ange'es,
A r.... Fort Worth.,
Ar.. New Orleans.
6.30 r a
Iullman tirjt-clatx and teur.i: sleeinMcui
attached to all throuch train,. TootUttv.
through to Chicago witbou, chingc
.30 A M I
,'20 r M l
Ar 1 4.30 r 1
Lv 1 730 A
dsjtwxkn roXTLAND AND CORVALLIS
Mail tlaini dally eicqit Sundsr.J '
7 .to a M I Lv. . . . Portland . . Arl i.eura
n.'SSPMI Ar....CorvaljU.. LvfiioJa
4.'5opm) Lv ...Tortland.. Ar 1 .15 a i
7.-3or MJ- Lv....McAnnnvilleLvV5joAi
H3Q TM)Ar Independence Lv 4.50 A 1
Tlie ftOO Weekly...
In twopartscontnliiiall Important Foreign, National
and State News.
Tho Mislel Oregon Newsjiaper and.-Fumlly Jnurnal.
Uniting News, FlBtlun.ILItcrary.inauah. ami Dairy
and Market Newjlu attruntlye readable furm
Or.gon Slioii Lice Railroad
The Direet Routto
Mm, (llab. Colorado
- aDd all Eastern Points
Olves sbnk of Iko lavorlto roules, via the
I'Hlua I'adne Past Mall Line, or the
ftto UramU Seattle Lines.
Look at the time
li Days t4)Salt Lake
21 Days to Denver
41 Days to New York
tree Heellalng Chair Cars, l'i.hobwrv.1 Toe
M Slmf4uK i-ars. and l-ullmau Talaiv
blwnufatd on alt trains.
Kur further Inloriaatton apply.to
IlOlet & UAKKKK. Agents. rUleiu
W E tOMAS, livu'l Aseut.
t. O. TEKRV. Trav. I'sm. Agt
At Albany and fJonalTn r,.n, -.
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iins 01 ine ,, ts. Ky.
I.NUfcl E.NUENCE PAbtENOEk." "
KXPRESa TRAIN DAILY RXCXtT SUUArl
rortland.. Arl 8.151,
McMinnville Lv -to a m
uirect connectiotu at fcan hrancuco wits
tf'n,hlp Hie to HAWAII, 1APAN.
TRALU ,nEriI,LLI,''NES AlV
For throach tlckeU and rates call 0- W.
;:i.Zn,le'"c-i icpnt Agent, er C- U.
taABRIbLK)N City llcket Agent, J31OX..
metcial tt Salem Or.
R. KOElilJik, Maugcr.
C.MARKHAM G. F. &P. A. I'ortUai
to the questions of the eoiuuiMou, d "?l' ,.. ,,
taring he.lbl not ruisothe jurisdu- j ul0Jf "SJ
fa k taavly remsslv which coos
-ft. s.- .- .. .M .
sv saw rsri awwuiu 01 ine uioou nnq
forasw out fmf tmco of thu dlseaae.
f, i, , l filawia-fawti purely veotabIo,
sums wMitsdiHt im yntaiili, HMfuury. os
Mar icUiMtml. "
BsmIu on Oainsw wUl h mild free
to tay iMtmt by Isw Swift SpMJik
w-i smituass. wav.
re natter full ni
IisI(aj lliut I. s 1,.. 1
tion of the high court, ami reserved n eliiier a nlano. ore nr tm.i,,., ...
explanations for the public sitting, lle.elilne frniu me- 1 will give you the
therefore, was nvoiuinltted to prison. . ""o " ' unly vlfc Pmf. W. C.
. , , ., 11 . 1 . .. Mlley. ai. ' Myer, Dr. V, II.
A London Hiiies dbuteh, frem Mu-1 HyrJ. Father V. Plaoltu. of Ml.
uila. datetl August 21. asserta that Au- Ancei. Sol Durbui and MnliV 11
nt,i.l,l.l ,, I.,,. !.-- l- .r i. .. 1 lilfiift-A. Knot- lhiiw nnifrt-jlmml ..n I
iheAiuerur;.;;; ;;;ku,g,o sij"&tas. atf,aLJu,dv'u Ltikn"0';, OCT-1-p.1
his inllueiiiw over tli villages, and has,' than any other pUfas. Hit folhiwlug doocrlbed ImtHiunded
lately obtained a lot of monev. uith: . a iueo people nave luunu It to'aoimai, luwiw
.uiitois nereiiyuiveti that under
thu iinivMoua of ordinance No, 200.1
will ou ' '
at s o'pliwk p. iu. at the pound In the
city f ijaleni, sell at piihlln auction,
?tiUWwn1: ,,0Cr'b0,, to"""
One black luy mare, whit spot In
forehead, branded on lelt bin letter T
" BKuru z, one aixne the other,
wlilio mixed hair all over head, shod
lu frmt, weight lots). '
irnesstliu above described auliual
Isomlmed befure aiil Hat -1.. . m
be made without rtvxirvu.
D. W. OIIUSONs
Octubor i, iswi.
An independent Associated pres P.iryrfnr the Peo.
pie. Scud for samples free
THE OREAT SALT LAKE HOUTC
ine aiirnron or tirwMini iUA. t.
Il a . . " ..- iiaiviv,!! i
iica 10 tne auvinte offered them by the
jviouranue western, lie Great Salt Uke
KOUte" 1I uni.ni.1 n...:l..l .. L-.
the trip Is mat e via lluniinuton or an Fran.
Cisco. Jhe pateni:er has hu choice of two
ica oui 01 1 ortiamt. thiee through Colo,
rado, and lour eaat thereof. No r.th r line
out of Portland can effer such a vaiiety ol
routes In addition, a day's stopover ii given
all , aiteaters at any joint in Utah or Colo
rado. Through pullm n aid touiUt sleep
ing can are run on all trains, a Cil at free
reclining chair cars. The service and ac
commodations offered are equal, if not sq.
penor to thee of any traiu-continental road,
and tales are always aa low ai the lot est
Jten Kailwav i4 Thd Mteftt ivmiand
Oreg.0, for any Inlormatioa yo may need In
rcfcicnee to rates, routes or accomodations
You Can Get
a Lower Berth.
Itb one exception the througli
trains or the Hurllngton Ileute
are almost Invariably well-tilled
The exception Is our St- Paul
Chicago Limited. Ou the limited
there Is usually room und to
Don't Infer that It ls neither
so tine, nor so fust, us AN V train
of ANY other line between M.
Paul and Chicago. On the con
trary, there Is no more beautiful
train In America. It has electric
light, steitu heat, wide vestibules
the most satisfactory dlnlDH-ca
service on the continent and
lower berth 'or everybody,
(Jen'l Aceut, Portland, Or.
Notice I horely given that under
he provisions pj ordinance No, 200
t mu on
ThbJquknal has the fullest report of therioluL's tjf
theeglslaiure and state offlclaU, as wej aiMndepen
dent, olear ind concJK!uiiuc.nt on all public matters.
Send a trial subscription.
Eauay Notice. I
mi" is ".iuj gtrva iftai l Birr taaaa an
hvd mooing at larga wlthla Use cuy ut ha
Oos btaak hay atar. Wil hui im lMk-.i
ma-Mo ua ten hi wuu t u.
i.t.ii.i ..1. ,..,.. ,u. 1... a. ...... ..i.i .im LI1....1 in.iniH iia niitii,, n Niiiiniai. .urn- r - - -
which he Is endeavoring to foment dkv , ?V",d l buy ffum um' w,, Ls2S?afe ,.2,"r'0. W.r old. .w 17"
furbanct in Manila. 1 n',,,0,. T buy j wl, U1 v L.,.wl ttk 1 , frt,101ti lVku ," "f "J 7V- JESt ' . TU " M a tfc.
ai n m,...ii.H. J lu.mt.iiA,,,.. 1.J.1 cliean und uhcoiwr than any uuuiri,. In frons. welirht 1100. ' '1 wx,n" vKrt' .. wi
in Madrid Katurday evening, whlh was !"2",uS,UWr.?,!: '..ff".1 ' .,if",!!,c"l,0.,d?r?r,H'.'' . -aM
...,11 1. ,!.v .j .-'"""" .-",.'.v" ".. HVU Ul """ 1 ..'r.vr'." r""'v. " ""' ao '
BMI....I..I .v ,,.r. ..v.. n.i.. iu urtfau orsewiug iiiacuine. iiiuui reerv6
aaarv a. u&.ii.,il -iti. ... -""
, th. othee. wMs. m tat, ., , kffcl. J CZZl 2T. ISl!1
I - "- - -'-- w'a,a, ajaa.
Zll'T h" '
, ..ra , ,w.Wj oewrlfced aatmal
wdronaiag.aiafceirliWBIha Oty 0f Sa-
OS 1LUB balk. u M ..
- -- .--w,t. 014, ccauoa oo
Crossing ine Rockies.
The moat dellghlful ride acra the con I
nent u Ihrougli L'nh and Colorado, ever
1!.lk,70WB" 'lie -'nic Route of the
WwlJ." It mittrrc no ai uh.. .... . .,
the year Ibe Mp it made, at no time doe.
ii K "aonoioooui, it it an ever
....-, hiiuu si tne oeau let ol rutnre.
One moo.nt ou are pauicg thiouKh gerces
walled in by rockj thoutanda of feet 1 ieh
and the next yoa are above lha trww I ne.
tkirtmg peak that toer ahove you until
they teem almost to reieh the ,W f)n nt
me caarscteiMict ol the Colorado cllmst.
isiott tne cxtr mr of
A Few Interesting Facts
When people are contempl'ting a tup
whether on buuneaa or pleasme, th- r rutur
ally want the bett service oVtamablc to br
at speed, comfort and safely It concerned
Employes of the Wisconsin Central I met m
paid 10 verve the public and our (rami arc
operated to at to make do e omnrClioai
with diverging line at all junction tou-n.
Pullman Palace Sleepinc and tbair cart
on through train.
Dining car tervice unexcelled, au
a la Lane.
In order to obtain tblt first clus tervKf,
atk the .icket agent to sell you a ticket owr
TUB WISCONSIN CENTUM, LINES
and you will make dirtrt cmh '
St. Iaul lor Chicago, Milwaukee
"in-any luifer inli:mation ca 1
ticket Kot or correspond with
General l"avi, Az-
or JAS. A CLOCK,
G rwral Agent,
246 8lar Street,
never met w h It u neither av cold in j . '
winter nor warm in summer, at udi ibc' "No More Uarpot Monopoly
linrtolradwa which crou the dcteitt anfrl? A'l A V t. TTvtrT-VT
..--' -.. sv. a 11 ,1 -a...
I Tha oar of saki aalU can bar. th. tarn
i pruiiac prutwrtx and rajrtnz tha Imi
vverea numUrof leading rrciu-h, Ital
j Ian and Portuguene repulilU-ons. tev
OKOlttiK ( WII I.
No. )l Cxmimerclal street, haleui u
(Kisltu Hush bank' u-lH d w
sa flu IK-toU-r T lw. ID-2-41
IHiniiDa urauMUI.kfi.ffnK ..t v-
Laaeiwsiiaktf m al kwtJr, i, '....,..: .7... :"-T--" - "
la d(uH Url -, dara. lm niTT. " "VTZ" "TT ? .nt "'.' l wM
.lllkaaaidamsaaj atPUl.il IZZ T" "'.". -.." W"
h 1.... . .. - . I ' M- WHIIWW. ., djU UI IU
IH HTH,Bn ;,v 2U,aiL, -fft.
plaint Tte traveler over the Ktc. Gra sle
vXet'ern alto bat the priviUte of a ttepotvr,
f he so elect at Haft Lake City, or ant.
where bewctn Ccden and Denver, on a I
clastes ot tickets.
For intbiioa loo at to rates, etc . ttv r
dtscriptine pamrh'ett, evil eq (be arc
ticaet A(cei M ine u K K A Co. Of
Souihetn Pacirkro..or d teat
J D. MANSFIELD. Cent Act.
Kb Gr id W.nern Railway. 141 lhi,j
trret, Poetlarxt Oregon
Have tu., Alv.t Icnn, aaJ .LMraat
In r taxfvta. Huxa a rut Matusta,
TkfN arc WvuAl in Ibe Uwt a ait'M
lKUil KsW tW-4
l) VV OlitKlV
, ttl eVaa SrHrnU X IWML
IX W (ilKSO.V
Tlie hipping of early varieties of
pears from Medfurd fa pnctically
ended for this season. Throut-h tlie
month a carload a day was tlie average.
' Captain N oorhles Knt 13 carlooda todi. '
taut uuvrkets from his own on hard.
rl 1 Unak munoiJlr f'
A MEW IIEAlsSE
Jfcit a.i.)rd tr ibfftiMi l"-
uf fMsr QsMlertakiTia; Dm"-"1
G Capital Junlt Shop
H Dealer in Cast Irou, W rougbt ir. u
r. Stove plates, copper, brass. 'n
yh'ad.rojie. nibU-r, lsgs, hiiles. -
14 peramt linj.
.i. D. Rl IJENsTFIN. IVipnet
lSt ('..net Kt r-alrin t