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III mi III M.IWl
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF MADRAS
AND FANCY PERCALE SHIRTS
WILL BE PLACED ON SALE
(3. TIXflL cfrobnson & Co.
257 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
TAB M1LH JOURNAL
UY HOVKIt UKOTMBHS
KHII)A , OOTOIIBII. 20, 1809.
D-lly, Ono Year $3.00, In Advnuoo
I tolly, Tout Month 91 00, l advance
Vcokly, Ono Voar $1.00, In iidvnnoo
OOM PAUL'S PliOPLE.
Onm Pawl's people, tlio Hours, nro tlio
fnnncrs of Booth Africa. Descended
from tlio Dutch, tlioy ueo an iintlqimtcd
Dnlcli langiiiiKd, nnd rcMnnblo Unit peo
ple moro thnn nny oilier. Tlio history
ol this iK'oplo Is porviuk'tl throuu;hout
with nsubllmo rullu;louH faith iih ono
limy note who Iijh rend tlio recent ills
pntrhes heroic courage mid n devotion
to prlnn'plti. They moved once bccmiHo
they did not llko to 1m under the lion
hnnd of KiikIhikI, nnd they now pay Unit
they will not move again. Tho liners
formerly lived hi Capo Colony, that prov
ince In Africa which Isat tho very south
ern oiitl ofjtho continent. After tho an
nexation of Cupe Colony hy Great lirlt
n'n, troithlo aroHe between tho colonial
liovcriiiiiunl mid thu IIihth, and In 1K.1I1
niatiy of tho Hoors left the colony and
founded tho Oriing.0 Free Htnto and the
TraiiHvaal repuhllc, In tho then wild
country immediately north ol Capo
Colony, In lfVSH they jjnvo thoniHelves
a constitution and J the repuhlio was
foonoiguulJ'ed, Thu Hoern Inula hard
tlmu of It in Netting up their new coun
try In the face of tho opONitlou of
Ntvugo trlhcs, hut tlioy nro a sturdy and
plucky nice and tlioy dually won. In
1H77 the Capo government, fonriiiK an
outhrcak that might roeiilt In a general
nprUIng of the hlackH,who in all of Uioho
South African countries ruprcMout tliu
majority of the inhabitants, annexed
thoJloer territory. Three years latur
the lloers took up arms to regain their
ludeHUidenco, and after defeating tho
Jlrltitdi colonial troops In several eu
iragoments a treaty was finally signed In
1881 under which Hrltleh mizorulnty vnn
rccognUed ns to foreign affairs.
Tho lloor- was not sntislled, how
over, and three years Inter tho treaty
was modlllcd iiud llrltish siuemluty was
pratlcally given up hy tho llrltish.
When, tho lloers went north Into n wild
country to gain their ludoaudeuco they
unconsciously nettled over tho richest
gold and diamond mines in tho world.
It was fortunate for Ilium and then
again It was unfortunate, for though
thoo iiilncs hnvo brought thunt much
money, nnd have been the prime cause
of tho development of their nation, at
the sumo time thowo treasures hidden hi
tho earth have nuiswl the envious eyes
of foreigners to covet tho country. Tho
lloers lmo I sum givwly nnd tho Kng.
lltdi hnvo liven greedy, nnd us a natural
result thuy are now lighting.
Tho Dost I'roBonpuorit or Mnlnrla
I'lltlU Slut tVVlTln Imtll III nilOylMTANTK-
j.ioui Uiiu.i. ToNia It Is simply luiu wml
iliiltiliiMtiik twllt luriu. Nil mirv, mi iwy,
Mls Clara UaulgrwMi, was returned
to tho asylum from Portland last night.
Wio is hi years old and hns been tu that
Institution (fovenil times.
I W by Dr uccttta tvtrywhtra.
I ?im Ouuwoy. Waima, f.
6ENJS - 9
'J'lio September Hnllethi of thu depart
ment of labor gives soino very Interest
ing statistics of cities. Ills edited by
Cnrroll I). Wright, where tho ling waves
at D. C.
Oregon needs n Labor bureau. It
would provide "labor" for soino persons
who seem still to ho unprovided for and
who unless rolluved will hnvo to go to
work for n living,
Wo got a Home Georgian, lleuliih
II. Aloseley, editor. It Is n plonwiro to
shako thu hand of n fair daughter of tho
South catticornerlng across tho whole
This paper has set up n hard task : It
Is going to try to treat Harvey Scott
fairly, If nobody else In Oregon docs.
Ilo gets right onco lua while and when
ho does there shduld lie universal rejoic
ing. Those I.uthorean preachers In Illinois
who declared against life Insurance may
lie old fogies, but they know why It Is so
hard for a great many people to pay the
preacher, and why they uivo so little
faitli in God.
People who want rosy cheeks and
fair complexions should rejoice at the
advent of tho delightful season of soft
mists, cool pure air, and no sudden
changes In temperature. Hut to get
health and lino complexions you must
get o it Into the mists and fresh hreer.es.
Anyone buying or dealing In warrants
must pay$iOn year. People who get
warrants miiNt.take them to the regular
city, or ci nnty, or nchool, or state treas
urer to bo endorsed and then go to a
licenced broker with them. Would it
not lie more Just that such n license tux
ho paid to the city?
The way the valley papers aro ripping
up Til Kind's live dollar dog law suit,
wo should- not Is) surprised to see It
hurt his Justice court practice. It shows
the tremendous inlliionce of tho press,
and It Is high time Til was llxlng It up
with somoof tho newspapers. Til never
did care a continental for dress or press,
An exchange says that one-third ot
tho fools In this country think they can
lH'iittho lawyers expounding tho law;
one-half of them think they can boat
the doctor healing the sick; two-thirds
of them think they can ls-at tho preach
ers preaching tho gospel and all of them
know they can beat the editor running
Hero Is a solid nugget of horse sense
from Harvey Scett: "You can found u
soIhhiI of transcendental thought on
what might, could, would or should
hao been done, yesterday, last week or
last year) hut tho curtain will never rise
again on those fulfilled ami vanished
milium, however imperfectly they may
hnvo been enauted. When there Is only
one thing to Ihi done, them Is, among
men of action, little room foraryuineut.'1
Tho editor of tho Ml. Anc.il St. Jo-
scphs-lllatt (German) hit tho nail on
tin head in one good solid scntenco in
tho German language:
Slo fuorchtou dor Kricg kuiunto ihrem
lliuulel K'hadeu. odor der Krieit kicmito
audi an iiudereu Ortcu in uluicher Zclt
litshrn ben, odor die Irlaiider imechteu
winter aufangen hintonu Hticckou xu
runi.iron, nnd ganx lieosiiderM elues
began using Piso'o Curo 13 I
years ago, and believe it saved
me from consumption. My child
is suoject to croup. Piso's Curo
always relieves him. Mrs. B.
CRANDKLL, Mannsville, Ky.,
icine for all
1 1. 1.8
tcrs. It ling
Itators, II c
sure you gel
the genuine If
rid of dyspep
sia or any
fuerchten dleso gowischsten, feinen
cngliBchen Olllzicrc, dlo moistens dem
Adcl cntnomineii siud, dan niumllch
dleso himplgen Ilocreu, dloztiglclch riUc
ScharfHchuet7cii sind, ihrcii Adcl 7.11
wonlg resp-sktiren wut-nlon uud ganr.
besonders sin in ihreii foincii Uuiforinen
dlo lelwhelbo dor Isesen Gewelire
werden kieuntcti unci llntemaleu und
nlltlluwi'llen dieses Krlegsspleleii ganx
itngeinuctlilich worden dticrftd, so wlrd
nun gros7tmrul!g gcdroht und wird dun
1 too rem idle Augcnbllcku r.11 verstenen
KCgoben, wonn slo dloso odor Jeuo
Lcdliigung ntcht mmelimcii, so gcht der
Krieg fos und r.wnr tinbedingt und oline
Mark this dewn: England will not
gdt control ot (ill South Africa as a result
of her wnrjwlth tho Doers. Othor na
tions will resist England's domination
ol nil booth Africa, Just as tlioy will re
sist hor pretentious demand for tho pro
tection of private property on tho high
s'nsiii time of war. Is not that a de
mand that wo shall give up tho right of
IMI'ltOVI'.MKNTS AT SKUIflfiSVIt.t.K.
An enterprising man hns Just moved
in who Is dominated hy a pretty high
typo of public spirit and wo nro talk
ing him iij) for supervisor of public
highways. Ho pastures his cows on
tho neighborhood it ml uses tho main
street for a wholesale wood business
An industrious citizen hus put a fine
painted fence all around his block. It
is such 1111 Improvement to the whole
notghWhood that tho nsbessor has
raised him $100.
A man from Kansas where no trees
growwhoonly moved In a week ago, has
already cut down two oak trees that took
over two hundred years to grow. They
stood in tho road hi front of tho place
ho has rented.
ToOuro LnOrlppo In Two DnyS
Tula- MmIIto liruinn Qutulnn Tallinn, All
ilnnruM retainl tlm munuy if It fall m euro
F. W. Ilriirn'imliinslura la iiiipaoIi Imix 2V
dipt. Harry L. Wells wilt give his In
terestlng Illustrated lecture of tho "Sec
ond Oregon Iteglmeut" in tlio Philip,
pines. The lecture will lie Illustrated
with more than one hundred views, nil
taken on the sisit. uud soino while un
der tire, showing actual battle scones.
uipi. wells comminuted a company ot
tho Second Oregon Volunteers during
the entire campaign, nnd ulso served us
special war correspondent for tho New
ork Evening Post. His lecture which
will bo given at the opera house next
Thursday evening will bo entertaining,
Instructive and roploto with anecdotes.
Popular prices will prevail. Seats will
prevail. Seats will bo placed on sale
MAI1ION COUNTY MATTERS
Duslness Uemg Transacted at the Court
It. T. Juilson, ndmlulstrator of the
estate of 1.. 11, Jiidsou, deceased, has
tiled his tliinl account und Judge Torrid I
has llxed the time for hearing tho ac
count for Saturday, November lHtli, ut
10 u. m,
N. GiMMliug, It, I, Hreutauo nnd J.
Pillett, appraisers, apolntcd to pre
pare an Inventory of the estate of Jos
eph Win. Kirk, a minor, have tiled their
rcs)rt, showing tho estate to consist of
real and isirsonal property valued at
I2.W.:W. Matilda M. Kirk, mother of
thomiuorheir, is tlio guardian appoin
ted. Grant Corby, administrator of tho
estate of Herman l'Yokcu, deceased,
has been authorized to jell at private
sale certain persoiul property Monglng
to tho estate, inventoried at f2lll.
Judge lluruott held it short session
of Dept. No. 1 Thursday afternoon. In
the matter of tho estate of J. 1.. Pnrrish,
deceased, appealed from the county
court, which InvoUes tho sum of flood
claimed by W. S. Heobo for legal wirvlces
rendered K II, Parrlsh, adintnlsfrator,
tho demurrer to tho petition of the
claimant was sustained.
Judge lluruott then adjourned his
department until the tlrst Momlav in
In Dept. No. a a writ of review thus
lieeu Issued In case of J, 0. Johnson vs.
Andreas Popp which was tried in Jus
tice court at Woodburn Sent. 13. and
Oct. tllst Is sot for tho linarlmr.
IIKIIIIS VII. Kl).
James A. Hllyeii to Joseph Hllyeii. 71
ors in 18 and II s, r2w, w il f T50.
Dr. Hull's Couch Slyruo. the taenia.,
friend, hurt been In u-wiiver llfty years.
It cures tho sovorest nirectlous of tho
throat and lungs; such us, bronchitis, I
uiippo, Inryiiuiils ami Incipient cop. 1
sumption. Price only 'Si cents u tsit-i
1 Salem City lotici.
in city K)lltlc8 very little In htirrlng. '
In the Fourth ward no ono .Is U'lug I
meutione! und tlio IndlcatiouM are that 1
Alderman Hurrown will ho retunnsl. In J
tho Second tho named of
rcu und J. ri. Hootliby uro mentioned.
In tho Third thero uro it number ol lwr-
bona spoken of, thu prvwint Incumbent.
Uv Mctirew. not uvvUng tho honor, but
httvlng quite- u trouu uport. lu the
Tourth, l'Nrcl Iavb's torui explnw uud
Ir. Mcmlilh in ineutloueil. The Third
and Fourth aroHromr Republican wanl!
und it Is Miowl (hut Hupubllcun c-j
(copiaijlo to the CUUun'u movctiunu will
bo imniisl and elected. I
tn.UL tuuu Alt I'alu. )uoirfvUMk
Mrs. T. H. Hubbard's Residence Nearly
Contents Almost A Total Loss. "Fire
Starts Krom a Lamp Left Dunilng
Tho residence of Mrs. Thos. Hubbard,
corner Commercial and Mnriou strcotr,
was tlio Bceno of a conllngratlon early
this Friday, mornliiit which resulted lit
heavy damage to the building nnd a
nearly total loss of the contents. Mrs.
Hubbard estimates the loss at betwoon
1000 und $5000. Tho building was in
sured with tho Heeler agency in the
Hnn ruitirnuce Co., for fl 100, nnd tho
contents in the Contliiciitlal Co., for
The tiro originated In the kitchen,
from n lump that had boon left burn
The family, consisting of .Mrs. Hub
bard and her two sous nnd a daughter,
occupied tho house. At a little after 2
o'clock Mrs. Hubbard awoke and de
tected tho order of smoke. She in
stantly arose and found tho kitchen was
nil re. She roused tho others, nnd her
son, T. II., sllped on his trousers and
ran to the city hall and gavo tho alarm.
Tho tiro department responded
promptly mid ran n lino of hose from
tho hydrant ut the corner Commercial
nnd Center streets. The engine was
stationed nt the corner of Chemeketa
and Commercial streets, but tho hose
failed to reach tho fire until sumo delay
In sending back for more. ,
At this time tho lire was still con II nod
to tho kltchau, which Is nil ell on the
rear of tho two-story main building, but
thu tlrst stream was directed upon the
ell from tho outside, nnd In tho mean
time the lire made Its way into tho other
part of the house and every room wns In
vaded, the contents being piacticalty
Willing hands wero ready to aid In
taking out tlm moveables, but the front
part of thu house was kept closed for
some time with thoidett of shutting off
tne draught Irom thu Haines. Eventually
the piano, a new ono costing f00, was
taken out, but not until its casing had
been charred, ami tho instrument is
Little else was rescued, and clothing,
furniture, books, pictures and bric-a-brac
Impossible to replace wero destroyed
by tiro or water.
Hy the time tho Dames wero Nttlxlucd,
at about o'clock, there was llctlu left
but a charred ruin, which it will cost
nearly as much to repair as It. wouldjo
In entering an upper room from the
veranda to rescue a box of valuable
papers belonging to Mrs. Hubbard Ed
die Lamport received a bad gash 011 the
right foot from broken glass and I 'ire
Chief Churchill cut lis left hand, also
with hiokuii glass.
The family, who got out with but
little clothing were supplied hy kindly
One curious circumstance was that a
can of coal oil sat In thu kitchen unin
jured throughout the lire. Some grocery
The Only Cure.
Eczema li more than n skin disease,
stid 110 skin remedies can euro It. The
doctors aro unable to elTcct n cure, and
tliefr mineral mixtures nro damaging
to tho most powerful constitution, The
whole trouble is in the blood, und
Swift's Specific Is tho only remedy
which can reach such deep-seated blood
Eojems broke out on 017 ilimxlittr.snd eon
llnurd to aprrtit until
her lifil ws entirely
coTrrrd. Site was treated
tr several KKd dootori,
but rfraw worse, and the
dreadful dlteate spread
taken lo two celebrated rfVJBfaSir Md
liialth springs, but re &y!SwfCf
celved no benefit. Many xSxSi!S2iiW
patent medlolnea were taken, but without ra
mi!, unlll we decided to try . S. .and by the
lima Hie fir! Unite waa Untitled, her head be
gan to heal. A dozen bottle eured her com.
plelely and led her akin vwrfeclly smooth She
la now aliteeu yeara old, and ha a masnlrirenl
inn, Hi of hair No! a ilgu ot the dreadful
QUease hat arer relumed,
II T bHOHK.
ITOt Lueaa Ate., St Louie, Uo.
Don't expect local applications ot
soaps and stives to cure Koroma. They
reuch only tho surface, while tho ill
ichso comes from within. Swift's
c c cir
Jfn af aJ
Is tho only cure and will reach tho most
obstinate esse, It It fsr ahead of all
Blmilar remedies, because it cures cases
which nro bevond their reach. S. S. S. ii
I purely vegetable, ami ts tho only blood
vemetly cunranttHMii o contain no pot-
ksIi, meruury or other mineral.
Hook mailed free by Swift SpectQo
Company, Atlanta., Georgia.
-. -. - ..,..,v..,, ,, , ,i,
n.i..rm reuwi, was jostoniuy siliitrI
to tho jiosltlonof head tailor at the
I heniawa Indian training school, mado
v,,w"u XV "'O ,1,,iUl' ' t' htte Axel
,V,or,"m' J,r 'dlivan will ohe hio.
"""' '" ,,,,!' v"
CONDENSED U1LE r nuraJasr Uble.aa well as for
Knta, cookioji Iflua atood tho t.jt for forty yrara.
Tk on auUtttato. iK.NO -or tkx.w o "tuJir, ,
It Is an old trick among the light
fingered fraternity to divert attention
from themselves hy raising the cry of
"stop thief" nnd so putting the public
on a false scent.
There Is a certain kind of advertiser
who Is expert In similar methods. One
of his tricks Is to tell women that It s
"revolting" to write to a man In con
rtUtlon .bout disease " Women
should write to a woman." The remain
der of the advertisement Invites women
to write for advice, mid Is carefully
worded to convey the Idea that the ad
vice offered Is that of a physician. But
a close examination shows that there Is
no physician's advice offered and the
whole clamor of "write to a woman"
Is raised to divert attention from the fact
that the woman offering advice is not a
doctor, and therefore not competent to
give medical advice :
For the advice of an unqualified
woman Is Just as dangerous as the
advlco of an unqualified man.
Women who are sick can obtain medi
cal advice free by letter, by consulting Dr.
R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician
of the Invalids' Hotel and burglcal In
stitute, nuffalo, N. Y. As an expert In
the treatment and cure of female dis
eases Dr. Pierce lakes the highest rank.
In over thirty years' experience he has
treated half-a-million women and of that
great number nlncty-clght per cent, have
been perfectly and permanently cured.
Each letter is held as private and its con
tents guarded as a sacred confidence.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription makes Weak
Women Strong and Sick
order slips which wero hung on the
Inside of a kitchen door also passed
through the fiery ordeal with a slight
O'lsplngof the edges.
Losiion, Oct. 20. Tho Cape Town
correspondent of the D.illy Mall, tele
graphing at a Into hour last night, snys:
"Vreyhuri! sui rendered on Sunday.
Tonight's dispatches from Kuriiman,
ten miles east by south of Vreyburg,
state that tho polloe have withdrawn
from Vreyburg, tho town surrendered to
the lloers, the Inhabitants tleelng hi nil
dhectlous, mostly toward Kuruinaii
When the olloo withdrew tlio Capo
Hoers communicated tho fact to the
enemy, thus Inviting them to take sis
session. There was a fearful panic."
The warolllco this evening Issued the
"No news of imKirtance has been re
ceived from Natal today. The cavalry
attached to our forces at Ladysmlth and
Dundee are engaged In observing the
"Steps hnvo been taken to secure Plot-
ennarlulmrg and Durban against raids
on tho western frontier. Thoro Is no re
cent reliable intelligence from Ktmberly
or Mnfeking, both places liolng cut off
from railway nnd telegraphic communi
cation. It is believed, however, that 11
skirmish took place on Sunday, six miles
south of Khulerly, und that the Hoots
weru beaten off with some loss, by an
armored train. There was some light
ing ut Mnfeking on I'riday or Saturday,
ending with a repulse from the attack
"Hallway communication with the
Orange Free State und the Transvaal has
now ceased, tho remaining refugees
having been warned to leave by way of
London, Oct. 20. Tho Dally Xow s Capo
Town correspondent says it Is rumor
ed that news had reached Hoax Junc
tion that tho Hoers attacked Mafcking
In force, but wore repulsed. The defend
ers, seeing tho enemy retreating, pur
sued them for somo distance, then
a feint was made and they commenced
to retire on tho town, allowing them
eolves to bodrlven In by tho Hoers, who,
eager to retrieve their jiositions, again
advanced to tho attack, and were drawn
over thcH.yddito mines, laid for the
defense of tho town. It is rumored
that 1500 Poors wero killed by the ex.
Uisdox, Oct. 10. ThcJDailv inallCajio
Town correspondent wyss A refugee,
who has reached Urahainstown from
tho Hand, states that it train arrived
nt Johannesburg on Monday, from
Klerkulorp, with ItOOw -Mined burgeers.
To-Nlgntnnd To-Monow Night,
And each day una; night during this
week you can net' ul uny drucglst's
Kemp's Halsam for tho Thrum uud
Lungs, acknowledged to lie tho most
sticce-ssful remedy ever sold for
Coughs. Croup. Hronchltls. Asthnm
and Consuiuntlon. Get u luittln m
day mid keep It always In tlio liotio'
so you can check your cold nt onco
i'rlcosoc und &0e, Sainnlouottle free,
Jetties Caitied Away.
Yaowixa (Or.) Oct. 20.-A pile has
lm blowing for tho wtst tweuty-four
hours, accompanicl by heavy rain
thunder and lightning.
yesterday rarrKsl away at
a neavy sou
wut 700 feet of
bo tiortlt Jetty woikn.
should Ura arly the neee.
ally .ot .iMpla oa hand a
Cohoihsio Man CO.. Ntui tai.
Piano nnd Orgnn classes nnd S ght
Studio nt 478 Front st.
Mice Shelton lias studied with mo for two
ji-tra and has been very connclentlnna and imo
riveful In her work, HliolMrry talented a an
executant and na n lonelier. Her pupils nro both
Uchnlcttily ami theoretically woll trained and
It In with plwwtiro ami prldo that I recommend
MlmBhclloii as a toucher r jiUno mimic.
10-ll-Im Mua. Doctor
Mf. flog?1 College
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dents who on account of farm labor, wish to enter late In fall nnd leavo onrly in
spring. Academic degrees nnd teachers suite certificates nnd Btnto dlplomns con
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The dfst in the west:
Now IN SESSION.
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When you study music you should hn.'e the very best Instruction obtainable,
is a saving of time and money. Phone 21110 for catalogue, or address,
KHAXCKSCO SKI.KV, Dean, Salem, Oregon.
inter-state conservatory of music.
Mrs. Effa finders Willnian
Over First NtiUounl Hnnk.
Classes in Piano Forte playing, Harmony, Theory and Class
Studio hours from I) to 12 uud 2 to 5.
TWO riNK NI5W PIANOS IN STUDIO iTOIc
I'SK OF LUMMLS.
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Two IlundrNl uud Fifty Dollars to thu
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No Moro Unrpot Monopoly,
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Hue or I'arivta. ItiiK' und MattliiKn.
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ol our Unilertultlnir Doiwrlinut
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When eeoiile are ciinifm.il.ilm. n t.i..
whetlirr on butneu or pleuiire, tli'.y natur
ally want the best service obtainable an d.
at feed, comfort and tafely It concerned.
i-.mployci ot the Wisconsin Central IJnMar
pildtowerve the public and our ttaint are
operated to at to make cloe connections
wun uivergine unci at nil junction potnti.
Pullrain Palace Sleeping and Chair cart
on through tralnt.
Dining car tervice unexcelled, Mealt'
a la Carte.
In order lo obtain , this firtt-cltts tervice,
atk the ticket agent to tell ou a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN CBXTIlAl LINKS i
and you will mile dirert connecliont a
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and nil
For any lurlher infoimatton call on any
ii.iai . ... i ... '
..VM, -rtlllt Ul VIHI71)UIU Willi
(leneral l"att, Agent.
or JAS. A. CLOCK,
340 Stark Sticet,
- ---- -mte a, 4U 4
Capital Junk Shoo. r)
In Cast Iron, Wrouuht iron M
plates, copiier, brass, tine,
rone, riibln'r. bats, h des. ihi- fJ
D. Itl'HBNSTKIX. Pronrletor. .
1 3d Court St. Snlom. Or. V
?hLnSwrkto rom hy
Fruit and Hop Dryer
x. w. .uu,uixms instate
TO" vu' -AO " tcK loft over.
rllOUe 1181. THU iriniiu a,.
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ALL INTKnESTKD IN GOOD MUSICAL WO UK
MADE WELCOME AT THE STUDIO. 0 0
Teacher of Piano nnd
filudlo-D'Aroy Ilullillnir, ltoom 10,
llonrn-9 to 12 ft. m,. 2 to & p. in.
'or boys nnd vouiic men.
tho Hcnedlctino Fathers. Henlthfiillv
- . r a . .
nnd nttrnetlvnlv lorn I oil. fll inllcx frnm
- - - --j - . .-- --.... ..v...
t s0 ) j
Jf" son Cataioguj?
CoIIeg? of Miisic
Soo Pacific Line.
To and from nil points
Kust and Kurope.
The only lino running through
Tourist Cam to
ltoyul Jlall Steamship Line
to .lupnu and China.
Canadian and Australian
Steamship Line to
Tor rates and Information
f M LOl'ICWOOI)
., ,, , . Agent. Stilcin Ore.
II. II. ADctt. . 'out Port laud
K J,Co)lc, A ') l A, Y ueo uvcr II C.
You Can Get
a Lower Berth.
Itli 0110 exception tho through
1 rains or tlio Hurllngton Route
aro almost Invariably rwell-tllled.
ihc exception Is our St. Paul
Chicago Limit -d. On the limited
thoro Is usually room and to
Don't Hirer that It Us neither
?.r f IS'v"0!,1111 rf.t. as ANY truln
AN other lino between St.
iuumuu uuicago. uu tho con.
trary, thcro Is 110 moro beautiful
train in America. It has electric
light, 8teiiu heat, wide vestibules
the most satisfactory dlnlng-o a
fervlco on the contlncnt-und
lower berth 'or everybody.
A. (!. SIIRI.ri'VN
(Jeu'l Ai'cnt, Portland, Or.
work a specialty.
St Phone J5IT
Uet our prhva
IMt ill tho city
m X. 1L - U K.1 . -..
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
Train leaves Alban
Truln leaves Corvallis
Train arrives Yaqulnri;.': c;f.oS'm
ill IS.... l'iRn ...
3 For Detreit:
...7-00 a. m
...11:40 n. in
...12:86 p. ,.
...7:10 a. ..
...11:55 a. 111.
...12:23 n. m.
. .. C:;i5 p. in,
.. 0:05 p. i.
... 0:55 p. 111.
. .. 7:W ...
uiiuuuu tTT.i;uiiut:b ui. Aioiiny ami
Corvallis with Southern Pacltletialns
KiyliiK direct service li and from New
port und adjacent benches.
No. 0 runs from Albany to Corvallis
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fndavs
No. 6 runs from Cotvallls to Albany
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur'
Trains for the mountains arrive at
Detroit ut noon, kIvIok ample time
to reach catuplni; urounds on 1 1...
, .. .,.1 -., .... . -.:. : , " " "
Hreltenbush und Santlatn river Mm
. .. Manager
T V. A V. A.
WILLaMRTTK IttVKIt DIVISION
Leaves Salem ut 7 a. in. for Portland
nud way landings every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
Tho itcamcr lia been cqiilmml with ilrt
oIbm nccomniotlntloim, Itidiuliiitc an i-lt-Kanl
Uiuurrni'ccl for carrying both freight ami
I)ock-Koot of Stale ilrcct.
KI). N. t:iKH Agint.
8 i. 111,
Suit Lnlco, Denver
WnllaWnlln, HpoWnnc. Mliiiin
nHll. rit. Paul. Duliith, Mil
nniikco C'hlrrMio anil wit.
Kl J er
For Han Kmni'lumi,
8 p 111,
I p. in
I n. m
0 oil am
To Aalnrln aiul way uinillnga,
A r Sa
lmi WII.I.AMKTTK IllVlin
I'nrtluml, NuwU'ru ami way
0 11. 111,
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Dally boiti to Portland a above.
Transfer to street car line at Ureg.' Chi
if the iteamert are delayed there ouuil
trip tickets to nltpoinlstn Oregon, Wihl).
ton, or Grdifbrnl a. Connection made at Port
land with all rail, ocean amlrivcr liner
W. II. IIURLUUKT.
Gen'l I'as. Aitf. Portland, Or.
O. M. POWERS, Agent, Trle street Jock
IIOISK & ItAKKER,
Oregon Slion Line Railroad
t The Direct Itoiitc to
Montana, Uiali, Colorado
and all Eastern. Points
Glna choice of two lavorllo rotilea, via the
Union I'aclUo Kait Mall I.lue. or tlio
Look at the tunc
li Dayn to Salt Lake
2 Days to Denver
;ii Days toClilcuL'o
4 Days to New York
Free Reclining Chair Can. Upholstered Tou
lit HlevpliiK Cars, and 'ullmaii I'atuco
Ulevperi opratcd on all trains.
For further information applytto
HOISK J: UAItKEK, Agents, Salem.
V. K. COMAN, an'l Agent.
O. O. TKKKY, Trav. Tass, Ant
121 Third St . l'ortlaud
SOUTH AND EAST
THE SH.STA RO'JTE
Southern Pacific Co,
JBTTiMS TRAINS RUN DAILY
7-45 A M )
Ar... Satera ....Ar
Ar. San Kranclsco.Lv
6:05 p M
6.43 A M
8'IS P U
7.00 A U
7-55 A m
Ar Otrden... .Ar
Ar .....Denver. . Lv
Ar , . . , Omaha .... Ar
Ar .... Chicago ,.,,Lv
Ar. ,.Loa Angele,,.Ar
Ar... Ell'aso.... Ar
Ar.... Fort Worth... ,Ar
Ar.. New Orleans. ..Ar
X SO AM
9.25 r u
8.40 A m
fullman tirst-cUu and tourist sleeping cars
attached to all through traim . Tourist can
through to Chicago without change.
kuosouku MAIL. DAILY.
1 430 r
1 50, r m
j 730 a m
Koseburg. . Ly
WK&T SIDE DIVISION".
EV"W TORTLAND AND COaVALLIS,
t ulrvs dslljr except Sunday.
7V a Mlly. . . .Portland.. Ail S.'5o m
IL'SSUV.-- Corvallis.. Lvf i.'ioru
At Albany and CorvaTTis connect vit"
rains of the C & K. Ry".
utrmaa train pigy kxckit sumuv.1
4-50 PM) ;
L.V ...l'ortland....Ari S.-
ri 835 A m
tf 550 A M
t) 4.'50 AMi
r independence Lv I 4.'(o AM
Direct connections at San rrmcisco with
rf?i,Aip..l';?J fo "AWAII, IAPAN.
TRALIA LU''INES Bd AUS
r-it.,.,Nfc'K' Depo Agent, or C- D
(ABRIbL&ON Cty Ticket Agent, a3a Com
mercial SL Salem Or.
, K. KOEULEk, Manager. '
C.MARKHAV G, F. 4 P. A. PoTtlan
No. 71 Chemeketa a,
J.B.T. TUTIIILL: Assayer
mi ri ""-"daw.