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TUB DAIL1 JOURNAL
BV HOPUR BHOTHBHB
TUKBDAY, NOV. 7, 1890.
D.lly, OnoYcar 813.00,111 Advance)
Daily, Tout Montbs $1 00, U &dvanoo
Weekly, Oue Year 01.00, In Advaiico
WHAT THE HOP aROWEFVS
ORGANIZATION CAN ACCOM
PLISH. There 1b nothing to bo gained ly tho
hop growor ..busing tlio buyer, or tho
hanker, or tillndty ensuing trtiBts in gen
eral, including combinations of browcra
or commission men. Tlio thing to do Ih
to maintain tho hop growers' organiza
tion nml uiidorlako what can bo reason
Tlio growor haa Interests to protect.
A great many growers aro not ho situ
ated no to Ik) entirely Itidopondoiit. Tor
that very reason those who am inde
pendent muni organize to protect them
selves agaliiRt abuses that grow out ol
UiIh Miry condition ot things. They
must help ouo another to protect them
wives, and Incidentally will help the
man who Is not independent.
Tliero nrc moral feature to tho situ
ation, that mako It illlllcult to accom
plish any gloat Immediate result. Tlie
Unit evils to combat urn tlio customs of
advanro contracts and advance consign
ments, Thore In no doubt hut that con
tractu reaching into future deliveries
oKirate as a powerful wcoKnof organUa
ttonamong dealers. Connlgumouts Aer
ate to plaeo the grow or absolutely at tho
mercy of tho consignee. Tho Oregon
association has ucolaivdagalnstcoiiBlgn
tnents, hut they will contiuuo to ho
made, as men will continue to be found
to buy gold bricks.
Another feature that appears as n dis
turbing factor Is the largo growor who
Is also n dealer. Ills Interest will bo a
divided oue. Ho will llsMso of his own
product first and is interested In con
trolling tho situation both as a producer
and a dealer. Tho largo hop dealer w ho
Is alto a money-lender is another factor.
Ho advances money to make tho crop,
and it generally falls duo at tho most
critical tlmo in tlio market. 0 row em
are conielled to sell their crop at 5 to 7
cents, when their neighbor gets K to 10
cents for the sumo Identical article,
The banker who lends money vn a hop
crop has no Intercut in forcing a
grower to sell him the crop at a ruin
ous figure. Wo aro only stullng this
ease lo show bow it can bu made to
work. It is Hot assumed that a dealer
who lends money to mako u crop has
uny real Interest In ruining u growor,
unless ho already has control of a largo
hop oeroago and wants to see hppyanls
Ono effective way to accomplish results
will 1k for tho OrOHora' Association to
form a ool of as many llrslelass hops as
possible. For the nest four mouths
there will bo demand for tlio best hoiva.
Tho demand comes from a thousand
cannot siiiuily their orders they must
draw upon tho association. Tho prob
lem then is this: 'Can tlio association
f jrni a jkkiI of any amount, such as ten
or twenty thousand hales of hops? Can
they finance such a pool for sixty days
or four months? Can thoy secure the
business talent, tho legal talent, tlio
hanking talent and the capital required to
hold tho pool? Tho Grower's association
must compete with tho keenest business
ability, tho shrewdest financial skill, tho
almost unlimited banking resources of
the combined dealers. Against these
tho Individual growor can not success
fully contend. Tlio association can
sociiro as good talent to act for its inter
ests as tlio dealer can. Hut it will he
osKiusive. Tliore is no doubt but that
it will pay the growers in tho association
to do this. Thoy will )mj compelled to
employ talent to match tho talent that
Is now employed by tho growor if thoy
would hold their own. In tin unorgan-
ired state tho grower is no match for
the dealer. Tho Oregon Association Is
In tho hands of able men, and If thoy aro
projMirly backed by tho growers much
can bu accomplished.
Tho Association has another lino of
work, and that is issuing reliable infor
mation to tho grower. Kducatlotml
assistance now comes to the grower
almost entirety from the dealer. An
other lniKrtunt work the association
can jHirforiii Istho purchase and dlslrlbti
lion of supplies at wholesale. This
alone ought to save all tho oxonoof
Tho Uost Proao ripuonr or Mnlnrln
ClillU Mini I'over ltt Ixittlu ol (ItiiivKsTAHris
Lxas (lllll.l. Ionic II la .Imply 1 1 on unl
Uiiliilnutii a liMteltw form No nire, mi iir,
iWsfaV. 7-17 if A.W m
Minstrels for the Indium.
Monday night the Dig Tour Minstrel
troops gave an entertainment at Chum
aw a. They enjoyed a Hue house, taking
in about T0. Thoy left this morning
for llutteville, where they will glvo an
To Curo n Coltl In Ono Day
Vk Iviiatlvo llromo Onlitliie ThIjIi'I
II II 111-.
NiKKlat iffilud tho inminvlflt
K. V. (lnivo'a ItfiMtura la mi acli
ft! I in i urn
Seventh Day Meeting House.
A priming coat has boon given tho
now Soumth Day Advent church on
Mill street and we ore informed the en
tire building will Iw tlulslioil In the near
That Joyful Peeling.
Willi tliooxhilurutliiiMeiisouf renew
ed houltli .ml strength ami luturual
alouiilliiusx, which follows the utu til
Hyrun of Figs, Is unknown to thu row
who imvo nob progressed bewmd the
old-tluio medicines unit llio cheap sub
sUtutca sometimes olTorcd bub uuvor
uccoptcd by the vull-iiifuriuctl. liuy
llio ueiiulno. .MtimiraoMircU by tho
Cullforulu Kig Syrup Co,
Dr. II. II. Hatlou, Summit, Ala,,
sj)H, "l think Kodol Dyspepsia Uiuo
It a splendid uicOluiue," lb illgusts
what you oat unci quickly cures ilys
popslu ami ludlgusiloi), Stunoa Drm!
I AFOUND THE EVENING i
Far Wf Rfrii llcflecttona on tlie
Newt'at Hooka nml MSKfttlnv.
Tlio Century for No vorabcr begin
ning of vol, CO haa thu first install
ment of John Morloy'a llfoof cromwoll
Tho Historical school that set tho Great
English Common beforo tho world as a
hypocrito and usurbcr lias had its day
and wo ore now to have a closo study of
tho real man and his political signifi
cance. Tho Btylo of Morloy ensures
great readability to this blogrophv, and
tho illustrations on semi-tints are very
beautiful. Tho Century is thu only
inagasmio that still adheres to the .15
cent price at retail, HarerM has comu
down to 25 cents.
A Local Habitation, by Waller Leon
Sawyer, Small, Maynard t Company,
Publishers, Iloston. I'rlco )1.25.
This is a conscientious study from a
lltorary standpoint of lfoin tho board
log liouso district of a largo city in this
case tho back-bay region or Iloston. Tlio
jieople are depleted as they really foem
to exist to the perception of tho writer
who Is n young reporter. Our feelings
nro Intensely favorable to his marrying
tlio girl ho seems very properly to liavo
fallen in love with, and wo aro not rf little
taken aback when ho is refused after
conscientiously going back to tho ol
scuro region to carry her off in his
arms or rather in a hack. She tells
him what is true that sho lias como to
tho conclusion ho only camo amonir
BEECH AM S
gjgg M gfkOureftHffttoatfMiA
m m mimmnmm' Matt lioailasha.
10 cents aad 35 cats, at all dror stores.
A Gentloman Player, by Nelson Steph
ens', author of An Hnemy to tho Kiny,
L. C. Page and Company, publishers,
This is another of tho great successes
of this author in the field of histoiical
interest. Tho story is laid in the days
of Queen Elisabeth and Will Slmkespear
and his motley crow of actors of tho
Globe thcatio aro 1oon companions ot
tho hero, who is wed to tho heroine In
fine old romantic faihion, after execut
ing the mission of tlio Queen. The
writer has the magic oer to transport
tho reatler Into tho tliiieB bo is so rarely
familiar with, some three-hundred yea-s
ago. Hiiglaml Is described as Iximg still
In tho llrst thrill of tho greatest rejuv
enescence tho worltl over knew. New
comforts, new luxuries, new thoughts
now itopslbilitlcs, ami new means of
pleasure, had given Englishmen a mad
anil holBtcrotm zest for life. Gentlemen
strut tod about with curiously shaped
forked beards, brilliant doublets, silk
stockings nnd laco rufTs, velvet cloaks
and plumed hats. Ladies woro stiff silk
nnd satin corscU spangled with gold and
braided with silver outside their dreescs.
They had vast puffed sleeves with laco
IkkIIccs lo show as much of their necks
and bosoms as it was judicious to expose
anil their robes were open in front
them to tako notes nnd llnd material to I to H'10"' their petticoats, which was then
work up into his novel which has been l thought to bo aut fait, and even woro
published and mailo him a name. In farthingales to mako the petticoats
that sho is inndoto cunningly exjioso ! 8ttt,u' 0,lt na mr M possible. Tho men
the sham of a man from the educated and women painted tlieir faces and wore
walks of life living among ami protend-' false hair. Both boxcr shone witli jew
ing to bo Interested In tho working ' els and gold ami I.ondon folks were the
classes, whom lie Is In fact only "work i richest and host dreaded people in tho
lug" for literary material that after all world. Theso wcro tho days when fir
Tlie hearty looking man who thumpi
his chest and says he's sound as a dollar,
noes not take into consideration the ca
Urrh which bothers him occasionally.
body ' has
more or less
ing," he says.
Hut he is mis
begins in ca
end in con
is a foul dis
ease at its
bet and a fa
tal disease at
when it in
and for dis
eases of the
lungs in gen
eral the standard medicine is Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
It U recommended by physicians who
have tested its efficacy and wondered
nt its cures. It not only destroys the
disease, but it purifies the blood and
strengthens the stomach and organs of
digestion and nutrition.
"Tor twelve years 1 waa a uffr from catarrh
and waa treated by one of the beat phyalclana In
the itate of North Carolina, who aald the trouble
had reached my lunga," wrttea Mr J, M. Patlon,
or Clotho. Tranaylranla Co , N C "I grew
worae every day until I tried Dr Pierce'a medl
cine Wilt aay, one bottle or Dr. ricrce'a
tOoldtn Medical Dlicovery with Dr Bage'a Ca
tarrh Remedy aired me and to-day I am well
and hearty and I will aay further that my former
phyiidau, Dr W M tyday, recommenda Dr.
Herce'a medldue to me and to otbera. I am
lire your medicine will cure any caae of ca
tarrh that exitta. I recommend them to all,"
A Gift. The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, looS pages, is sent free
on receipt of stamps to cover expense of
mailing only. Send n one-cent stamps
for the paper covered edition, or 31
stamps for the cloth bound. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
111 I III III II III IJIw
gnnnnTTnmmmw nrfminnnnminnnnnnnnnnrm imrrnnnnnnnnnnnnnq
Bosfoi fo lb? Bo?ps.
VVrllltm liy Jnnqutii
Miller st rriHiMt ( the President
of tho llivlnu Hunker
ThoHivord of Gideon, Sword of 0m!
Ho with ye, lloers. Hriivu men of poacn
Yo hewed tho path, yo lirako tho cod,
Ye fctl white flocks of fat increase
Whore Haxon foot Intel never trod ;
Where Saxon foot unto tills day
Hail measured not, had never known
- Had yo not bravely letl the way
Ami Hindu Ftich happy home your own.
I think GixI'h liouso must bo such homo.
Tho prlestees mothers choristers
Who spin and weave nor euro to roam
lleyond this white God's liouso of hers,
Hut spinning sing nnd spin again.
I think such silent shephoni men j
Most like that few tho prophet sings
Mont like that few stout Ahram drew
Tritunphanto'er the slaughtered Kings. j
Defend God's house! Ixit fall tho crook.
Dntw forth tho plowshare from thu tn
Ami trust, as in tho holy Hook
The Sword of Geidou and of God :
God and the right! enough to light :
A million icgtmonts of wrong, :
I Wend I nor count what comes of it. ;
God's battle bld-'H not with tlio Htrongt :
Her pride must fall. Ui.it is writ!
llergohl, her grace, how staunch sho fares I I
Euino's wlno cup pressing her proud lips :
Her chcckorhoanl of Imlllo suaros I
Iliinincd round by steel built battle ship! :
Ami yet meauwhlles ten thousand miles E
HI10 ceeks yo out. Well, welcome her! E
Give her such welcome with such will E
As Norton gave lit battle's whir E
That red, dread day at Hunker Hill. E
Euuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu uuuuuuuiiuuuuuuuu uuuimuuuujmiimniuuuc
tliH's not becomo llteiatur.Tho skctelms Walter Kalelgh was a gallant, Marlowe
ami analysis or subjects
lions Is very clover.
ami rela- ami I'lotchor were rivals of Bhakespoar.
Sir Kranois Drako was circumnavigating
tho glolw and tho greatest statesmen of
hiigland vvero plotting Ireawn against
each other to determine which should
Mrrr tli.. IV.i.M.nl .... ... .1 . .
ous. Ilimi-liloi .Mllllln Comimny, ; "' ," V TV,." " w , " ' ,nwi
Iversldo Press, Hostonand New Vorl o-0"""-y "tbe privacy of her n.aj-
.n,, Dm-,n,miimivi, iniu inis world ol
tho ni't tlie Mgoa of A Gentleman
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, . ,Vi, ,t..,j us uiiu u no not OhCttpO
its nowerful laselimtlnii fr... .1,., i...
tmm of emtKilllshinent sliould Ik) In tlio j ,,nK (0 ,l0 ustf ,, yut , n llotuw,
111 such clean wiioIomiiio English that
it can lw read to a gmup of school chll-
Jamos Kussoll Uiwell ami his friends,
by Edward Everett Hale, with or
traits, mosimiios, ami oilier iiiusira
solid siuglo volume of
octavo, with gilt top, and many
Mill Running Again.
The Capital Lumbering Oo's
started up again Monday morning, after
being shut down for a couple of vvcukr.
Foity to fifty men aro employed about
, tho mill ami tho sound of the saws Is
sources at homo and abroad. If dealers therefore pretty gixxl music.
Th& Kitchen Sink
Should not breed
typhoid fever or
It will not if
yow use Gold Dust
1W K. K. rAMWANK CAHANY
1 Hh IKbv'virF
library of every American gentleman of
lottors. liOvvell comus nearest to being
the ditstiiiutlvcly Amurican man of let
ters. Ho called hlmtelf a Uxikman.
Prom Ids youth ho was a itoet. Hu np
proxlmates so nearly tho life dedicated
to a literary career that was so lHirfcctly
i rounded out in Goollia that wo must Im
mill trite, porlmpi, and call him tho lAmurl-
can Goethe, piet, ossitylst, jurist, diplo
mat, reformer, statesman, novelist ami
critic. Ho is our groatoat all-round man
of culture and action combined. As
tlio master of antl-elavery burhtsipiouud
satire, ho shono as brilli.tntly as an
alter dli.iur orator at the court of St.
James. A scholarly lecturer uud life
I long student of literature and editor ot
j the Atlantic Monthly and North Amort
Jean ltevlew, ho bus loft a larger impress
mi tho literature of his ago than alino.it
lanymaiiwlio wielded tho English Ian
1 gouge. His association with his con
1 temporaries and with tho noted men
j and women of his tlmo, and for u
Hnod of over half a century aro ro
corded In a delightful running common
droit w ithout omitting a wonl,
Phllotophio Nuggets: Selections from
Ujrlyle, Ituskin, Amlol and Charles
iNingsioy. uoinpiUhl Dy Jcanno G.
Pei.nlngton. Portrait of Carlvle.
Now Yerk: Fonls, Howard, A Hub
iKirt. Handy volume. Cloth flexible,
gilt top, 40 cents.
Whether ono hail or has not reall
certain authors, it rarely incurs to the
average roador to mark and copy out
Msagoa of striking import for later rcf
oreneo. Even though ono might do so,
the lalwr of copying and tho uncertainty
of preserving mako tho actual doing of
it vv.v rare. .Miss Jeanne G, Penning
ton, tlie discriminating compiler of
"Don't Worry Nuggets." from Epio
tetus, Kmsrsou, George Eliot and
Hrownlng, now offers another urounof
maiked imssages, from Carlyle, Ituskin,
ChsrlosLiugnloy ami Amlol, under tlie
title of "Philosophic Nuggets" para
graphs relating to thu higher realities of
It is a singularly attractive collection
helpful thinking. It completes, for the
present, tho announced volumes of tho
justly fovorito "Nugget Series." Tlio
portrait of Carlylo that is given is ono
of the most characteristic, and the at
tractiveness of paper, print, and bind
ing of tho Koklct is most alluring.
Mr. Dooloy In tho Hearts of Ills Coun
trymen, by V. P. Dunne, Small, May
nard & Company, Pubs., Iloston,
Mass., 189t);prico fl.25. Peace and
War by the same author.
As African raco Is supplying tlio world
with Itag-timo music so the literature
of tlio land is supplied by tho newspaper
workers. Hero aro HO.OOO of these Irish
dialect papors ordered prior to publica
tion, and tho author P. P. Dunne, fa
mous in two HomispherH. A year ngo
ho was a reporter on a Chicago paor.
This collection Is composed of short
stories on popular subject", like Expan
sion, Kipling, tho church Fair, 45
in nil, and five papers on tho Dreyfus
Trial. Thore Is moro real humor in
Dunno's stylo than tint of any writer
who has apeared hi many years.
A poem by Kipling on tho Transvaal
crisis is, of course, thu first item to at
tract attention in tlio November number
of McCluro's Magar-lno. In England
they aro placing tho poem oven above
"Tho Itccosslonal, and certainly it is a
very powerful ami inspiring utterance.
In order to get It into tlie present mini
bar, tho ulitors of McCluro's had to
have the HX)in sent to them by cable
Prom cpiito another quarter of tho
world comes tho matter of nnother In
teresting Illustrated article an account
of thu breaking ot ull past records in
railroad building by llussia's immense
enterprise uud energy in constructing
tho Chinese Eastern Hallway, which Ihj
foro many months will have brought St.
Petersburg Into complete railroad con
nection with Pekin and tho Paciflc, Tho
writer of the nrtlclo was himself nil
ni'llr till, i.millul flita liiat Binnnmr ti.l fa
able to tell exactly tlio present condition '
and promise of tho work. Ho also gives ,
much new information regarding tlie
largo part taken in it by Americans,
who have latterly furnished most ot tho
material and equipment for the road,
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Studie: m Front St.
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((clinically ami theoretically well trained and
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port and adjacent beaches
No. 0 runs from Albany tnCnrtain
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No. 5 runs from Uonallls in ak.. 8
onTuesduys, Thursrluys and MS
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Trains for tlio mountains arrlrsn
Detroit at noon, giving unjple ,'
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VVILUMKTTE RIVKlt DIVISION
Leaves Salem at 7 a. m. for l'ortlarnl
uud way landings every Tuesds.
Thursday nnd Suturday. s''
The steamer has been oqtilppeit yiu, .
claw accommodations, lurltnllnK an IV.T
Unaurpawiea for c.arryltur lotli tnih im
paiicnKen. ' ""'
Dock-Foot of State ttrre t.
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umann, ivanaaa Illy, Ht
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Walla Walla, Hpokane, Mlnna-
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waokco Chlcaco and entt.
Fur Han Franclaoo,
Hail etcrjr nve uj.
To Astoria and May Unllnj,
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Ollor8 travolors cholci bf the follow
lug routes east. They tiro all famous
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The Phllistluo Magazine bids fair to
survive tlieiulveut of The Now Century.
It is tho ono oddity and freak publica
tion, whoso editor says dn It or that
ho is an anarchist or
f.a.l nl Aim.. jlal .B ! aft a.v.la.l Aak f.a4 h. l.-.A
uu.m0 , . ...... ur J". es t0 ChlcilgO ttlle. U
liu i-iiPvo, ii.i .a I'l.ti.. oiiiii lib r.Ilat '
Aurora, a village in Now York, that was i
aurvoyt and built to make a homo for
tho Magazine and a place whore Its.
elltor could live and carry on his liter-, from southern California
ary operations. Ho is an author and
publisher of good literature, and iktsoiis
who want something original and choice
to delight tholr solemn moments should
s Mid tlieir address and receive tlio
phllistluo overtures and catalog.
that tho greatest1 A LACfc nnd TOIIIUST SLEEP
ri..in. i.... ..... ' KW. &n .''wnclscq and Los Ange
The Short Line
To the East.
jtary in theso chapters by an Intimate of golden saylngs-rlch nuggets Indeed
nnd a friend. In a ktvle of tho most
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wlf vvortli ro muling and noonsidering,
but also a general lmpnssion of tho
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t .". aw mu
ol tliuso erjit urilnm
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Tho Atlantic for Novemlwr has impor
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the day tho raco problem in tho south
und lite question ot expansion, Theso
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most unrkctl trait of tho Atlantic in all
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The ono American newspaper that has
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frequently made center thots ami to
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A Few Interesting Facts
When pouple are conteropl'ting a trip
whether on busmen or pleasure, th'.y natur
ally want the best service obtainable so far
as speed, comfort and stfetv it concerned
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Linos are
paid to serve the public and our trains are
operated so at to make clo'e connections
with diverging line at all Junction points.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair cars
on through trains.
Dining car service unexcelled, Meals
a la Carte.
In order to obtain this first-clus service,
ask the ticket agent So sell you a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINKS
and you will mike dirert connections a
St. I'aul for Chicago, Milwaukee and all
ror any rurtner information call nn any
unci aijcni or corrcsponu Willi
J AS. POND,
General Pom, Agent.
or JAS. A CLOCK, '
146 Stark Street,
Tucwlnjr, Tlmrnlay ami Hatanlay at COO o.n,
Monday VYodnelay and Friday at I0,W a. o.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION
Dally boats to Portlaud as above.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg Cltj
if tlie steamers are delayed there oana
tnp tickets to allpoinuin Oregon, Within.,
ton, or Californl a. Connection made at Tort
land with all rail, ocean andrirer lines,
W. II. HURLBURT.
(Jen'l Pas. Act. Portland, Or.
G. M. TOWERS, Agent, Twde street Jock
I10ISE & UAMvEU.
SOUTH AND EAST
THE SH.STA RO'JTE
Southern Paciic Co.
(XT IKS TRAINS RUN DAILY '
(yaxip M) Lv...;i'ortland. ..Ar (U:15as
9'4S PMAr....Satem .... Ar 5.15 ak
7.'4S A M ) Ar. San Francisco. Lv 8:05 ric
6:05 p M
6.43 A M
8-I5 P M
7.CO A SI
7.55 A m
Ar Ogden ... .Ar
Ar Denver. , Lv
Ar .... Omaha .... Ar
Ar .... Chicago ....Lv
Ar, ..Las Angelea,..Ar
Ar ... El Paso .... Ar
Ar....Fort Worth., ,,Ar
Ar. ..New Orleans. ..Ar
mo r u
8 50 AM
a 40 I'M
Canadian Pacific Rj
m mm Lido,
Lowest rates Best service
Tourist Cars to
Denver k Rio Grande It. R,
OF THE WOULD.
rtK Kvorl.e Traiucoutlnenui Itoute lktwren
llio Xortbwcat and all IMIuti EaitT
thilM.if rillulH Through tho Famous
KOOKY MOUNTAIN SCENERY.
Aud Four Koulea Eotr of
Pueblo aud benvt-r.
All rAAiaurerairranlMl a .tv .t.-.n..A. , ... .
COIllforl tllMOVery Of ttlO aire. CuiiJS HT1"01" Oaplul or anywhere bctmwn Onlcn
swollen feet. hlU'ers ami callniw r..r "2.1 )Vl .?.r,?lwy uductt Tourlu Ex-
A lie u 'n r.ml-KiM) ha curtain cnr tnr
Ingrowing nails ateating hot, aohltig
fecU At all ilruggikt,s ami shoo store.
i5c. Trial iuoktt4i) FUHK by mull
Vd.liy.vi Allan i. OIumu,!, U !ty
llKKCHAM'H 111.1 4 fur -il.mi..i .,,.1
untoiu thrvn da 1 a wk. u
Omaha, Kans.s City, St Louia.
ClIIOAOO AND THE KAST.
tot tllu and any Information nir.ua
i.rA.iiu.A.1...!.. .... ... 7
Oan, At, iUWaib at., ForUoad On.
To ami from all points
Eaat and Europe
The only line running through
Itoyal Mail Steamship Lino
to Julian nml China.
Canadian and Australian
Steamship Lino to
For ratea and information
a M. LO0KWOOD
,. . Auent.Saietu Qro.
II. II. Aoott, Aitent Portland.
E. J.Coyle, A.O.P A, Vancouver H C.
Pullman first-class and tourist sleeping carl
attached to all throufih tralru. Tourist cn
through to Chicago without change.
ROSKBURO MAIIm -DAILV.
8.-30AM) Lv... I'ortTanif.'.Ar (4.'3om
1055 a M Lv. . . .Salera. ... Lv J 1 5o;f k
520 pm) Ar... Roscburg.. Lv 7tJoktf
IIICTWKRN PORTLANU AND CORVALUSi
70 A M
At Albany and
rains of the C. & E.
Lv. . . .Portland. . Ar I 550 f
Ar....Corvallis.. Lvl l.'ior
KXPRKSg TRAIN DAIX.Y tXCRPT SUNDAY.)
4:50 PM) Lv .. .Portland. ... AM 0V15 AM
730P MV Lv....McMlnnville Lv 550 A
8rjo PMJAr Independence Lvj4.,5'Ai
Direct connections at San trancisco sola
steamship lines fi UK WAIL 1APAN,
CHINA, THE PHILUPINES and AUS
For through tickets and rate call 0 VV,
W, SKINNEK, Depot Agent, er 0 D.
GAIlRIfcLSON Citv llcket Agent, 131 Com
mercial bt, Salem Or.
" K. K0E1ILLR, Manager.
CMARKIIAM C. F. &P. A. Ponlafl
Daily Stage Line to
M'COY AND PERRYDALE.
For l'aS'Il?trn anil lLnmn.. oK
parcels and orders nromntlV at.
CI.,... -.!- .
tended to Salem ofllce.
Old Postoffice Stables.
J. II. Woolley, Prop.
a Lower Berth,
Vvlth one exception the tbrouKb
trains of tho Uurllnton IVuit
are almost Inyanubly welMHi"'
The exception Is our St. Pui;
Chicago Limited. On the limited
there Is usually room and w
Don't Infer that It 'Is neither
so fine, nor so fast, as AN 1 l
of ANY other line between bt
Paul and Chlcauo. On the con
trary, there Is no mure beautiiui
train In Araerlca;-at?has electric
Ilulit,8lc-tui heat, wide vestibule
the unit satisfactory dining
servlcd 00 ttw continent-10J
loer berth for everybody,
tJen'I Ateot, Portland, O
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