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FKIDAY, AUGUST 31, 18S8. Overland to California VIA Southern Pacific Company's Lines. TIlK MOUNT SHASTA Tine Iltturrn Sslrm anil San Franrliico-Thirty-six Hoar. OAMPWHXIA KXI'HHHH THAIS IMII.l an p. in. I ijv, IVslB p. hi. I.v. 7rn. in. I Ar. Portland Hnli-in Hn l-'rnn. "AT" I.v. I.v. lftiOn. in. 8SW ti. in. fblO p. III. "oCAL I'ABHBNIIKIt TIIAIN ( IIAII.V KIT HUNIIAY). MX- RXXI ft. III. 19M n. in. l:tl p. in. I.v. I.v. Ar. I'orlliinir Htilciii I'.llKl'lie Ar. I.v. I.v. J 1:15 p. m. 12-JW l. in. V-Q) h. in. TOLLMAN BPFFET SLBEl'PJIS. TOURIST SLEEPING CARS, Kor itcoornniodijtloii of Noeoild clniw pns tvuewM iittiiclioa to nxpri'nH trnlrw. ThoO. A. C llnllroml ferry iiihIu'h coil nnctlnn wllh nil llio icgiilnr IrnliiM on tlio Mutt Hide Division from fiK)l ol I- ctrrut, I'orlliinil. West Side Division, Between Portland anil Cervallis: in l i.v ( yxry.iT hi'Miay). Vorihind ArTl "VMS p. in. Coi-MiHN I.v. I liUlp. m. M'Kitmvii.i.K r.xritKHH train (IIAII.Y KXfKrr Hl'N HAY) p. UlT hj) p. iii. I.v. I'orlliinil K r. Ar.Mr.MliiiivlllPl.v. "iMWit: r,:i:,n. At Allmny mill 1'orvnlllK c-onuc a with truliiMiirdii'Kon I'uelllr ltnllniKl. Cor full Information nu.irdliiK riitco. niniM, ctc.upply to I ln I'ompiiny'H iigi-ir It. KOKIIIJilt.AMt. (I. r.niidl'mw.Ag' Ki'iii, .IIIIIIIIKIT. Oregon Railway anil Navigation COM PAN V.l Columbia River Route.' Trains for tlio prut lonvo I'orl limit nt 10:15 a in "Mil '.' p in ilnlly. Tlelttn to mill from prtnolHll xlntt III tlio ITnili'd HUitim, Can ada find Knropo.il ELEGANT I'ULMANN PALACE CARS KmlftrHiit Hlcoplng l"if mil through, uti oxpriws tiiiinn to OMAHA COUNCIL IILUITfl and KT. l'AUI 1'ttio t (ilturgi1 iiiul Without Chiiiise. CnniiectloiiHnt I'oilliind fnrHiin Krnu elm-omul I'liKi't Hound KilutN. Km-further piirtliMilurM liiipilru of I. A Maiming, uui'iit of tlit iHimiHiny, a I.' tfcinimmi'liil HlriM't, HiiUiiii, On'Koii, or A. U .Maxwell, (I. 1". A T. A., l' P.itluiul, Unspiii. A. L. MAXWELL, . 1'. .VI II. 1I0LC0MB, tionl. Mniiiimr. A. THE YAnUINA ROUTE. (HUM MlMl A pit (Inotoil MUMiinlilp IIih 1I' t'lopillMIlt nlllHlll) 'H &i liilliw slim tor, IM liourN ii i.iiv iillntr null., I'lrut elmw IIikiukIi ixiwii'icit nnd freight lino IIIMttlllK tlltlll imiu rnruitiiii linn nil ihmiiih hi me m ii Utiiotti' mi llo J to mid fliim Sun l'miu'lmti. TIME SCHEDULE, (Kxi-upl HiimlityH): lrfM Albany 1KJ I' M Imn(NiriililH -Aitlw Ymiiilnu lid Yiiiiilim . . lo CiirullU Aitliti Allwiiy - o. t r. tniliiH ooniuH'i (VjouIIU. ltlOI'M ft.-HOP M Ik US A M 111:! A M 11.10 AM AllHiny nnd Hi TliiiHtHivtnilii iinntH't nt YAtJIMNA Willi IIih Orsh"ii Hinnloimu'nt IVm l.lue X HtiiiiulilM iwtwiHin . nqiin Iim mul Hhii lluuetMHi. NMI.IMI IIVTIiS. HrKAMKim, WlllHiiiflU" VhIIu'. wtinifitt Vniiy WlllMiut'tttt Vntlvy HIS.AVKHM. Wlllmut'tttt Vulluy. WlllmmttK Vully .'HUM HAN I'KANOIHIM rtvpuunlxir I Spti'inti.r 1 Soptfinlmr IB 'HKM Vgt'lNA. . ...... w-iplt'inln'r 7 S-pliinlHir W Till iminiMU) mi' riui io ttalHtv "Hlllni. ilHtwi uttlioul liotlw. N. It. -IVnwiuh'rx Daiiu IVirtland Hint nil WIIIhiiipHi VhITkv hiIiiIh omii nmkc cIomi nuiiiwtlou with llio tmlut of the YAlllMNA l.ori'KMt AlKin. orriiUU, amllf ilKntlnwl to Mhii I'mnrlxM. hIioiiUI anwimv UiHrrht' itt YHiiilna llic 'iilu IxtAmi iIhIm of Mtllliik- rtVLtr A irtlfU Itstfo VIhus ISF tir liiftiilimUoiiHiiiiJ) to St -!. ItUUMAN .V lV l.fc... l" .'.VIM... fl.. I li nn ARiHiU'JtUHinlXsiPiMiit kT., IWtlrtlul, Or. tM'. lliHU'K, Act tlfiil lrt. A ISw. Agt., Oiron lVtoiric It. It. im., Qnrrulll, Or. ?.. II. IIAHWKI.U Jr tlwii Trt; . S. Ant. OrMsl-Hi ItoM'topmonl tXi.,;! M(mlHnn'r kt.; Hu KraUKlHti, I'm JlAUttriN. The SALEM MARKET VS .)UltT Kl'UKrfr. (tUktMtly tut Iwiul tlw bt tUNllty i( 1,1 I ( AhUmII kluUt4 SAUSAGE. MiflltOW A VIt4Rl. CITY MEAT MARKET D. C. Howard, Proprktor, MTATK MTMKICr. tUUKM. UUaXKsN. -AII Vind uf lwl and ruml UimU ataisy um tutttd. Kull wrilit 4.4 sur slualsUI tuwuuia. REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. Declaration of Principles and Asser tion of Popular Right. The Republicans ol the United State, assembled by their delegates in National convention, pause ou the theihotd of their proceedings to honor the memory of their flint great leader, the immortal champion of liberty and the rights of the people Abiaham Lincoln; and to cover also with wreaths of imperishable remembrance and gratitude tho heroic names of later leaders, who have more recently been called away from our councils (Srant, Oarlicld, Arthur, I gin and Conkliug. May their memories foe faithfully cher ished. Wu also recall with our greetings and with prayer for his recovery the name ol one of our living heroes whoe memory will be treasured in the history both of Republicans and of the Republic the namo of that noble soldier and l.ivurite son of victory, Philip II Sheiidan. In the spirit of thosu gre.tt leaders, and of our ow n devotion 'o human liberty, and wilh that hostility to all forms ol despot ism ami uppicskton which is the funda mriital idea of the Republican party, we send fratirnul congratulations to our fel low Americans of Iliazil upon their great ict (il emancipation, which completed the abolition of slavery throughout the two American continent!). Wu earnestly hope that we may soon congratulate our fellow citizens of Irish birth upon tho peaceful rocovcry of homo rule for Ireland. Weallinn our unswerving devotion to tho National Constitution and to the in dissoluble Union of the stales : to the au tonomy reserved tho states under thu Con stitution : to the personal rights and liber lies of citneiiH in all the States and Terri tories in the Union, mid especially to tlio supreme ami sovereign right iif every lawlul citizen, rich or poor. native or foreign bom, white or black, to cast one free ballot it. ublic election', and tu hnve that lulloi duly countud. We hold tho fnu nnd honest popular Imllot, and the just and equal rciiii'seniAiion of all the people, to be the foundation of our republican government, and demand ef-ft-ulive li-piblntiiiu to iecilt the integrity and purity ' f eluciions, u i.icli are thu fountains of nil public uuih.irity. We ohargo tbul the prosuut adiuiniitratioii ntld the Democratic tn.ijotlly in Congress owe their uxistcnot to tho supprcssinu ol the hallo- Ii) n criminal uul'ihcition of the CoiKtituiioii and lnvs of the United States. Wti nre iincamPrniiiisinuly in favor ol the Ainoiiciin syttem of piotectinu. Wo protunt numnpi ltd du.tniction proposed liy thu piuahiriit and his parly. They rr ih n.icicms of l'.iuopc; o will si'ppoii nit- ..iierusts ol America. We ac uopl llo- n-ni nnd ooiilnlently appeal to the pi ( e inr their judgment. The pro tuctivo s)ali in must be iiiaiuta'ned. Its nhonilniimcnt has always been followed ii) general disaster to nil interests, exeunt ihosu of tho usurer and thu sheritf. Wo denounce the Mills bill as destructive to illu guneral Ijusiiic-hh, tho labor ami the fanning Intere.ts of tho country, mul we hvartily endorsu thu consistent and pattiotic actions ol the Republican Rep resentatives in Congress in opposing its (Kissngo. Wu condemn the proposition of the Democratic parly to place wool on the free list, and lie insist tint the duties thereon shall li adjusted and maintained 80 as to furnish full mid adequate protection to that industry. The Republican mrty would effect a'l needed reduction of the National revenue by repealing thu taxos on tobacco, which arean annoyance ami buidcntoagriculturo, and the tax upon piriis used in the nrU and for mechanical purposes; and tiy such revision ol tho t.inll as will tend to check imports of micIi articles as are produced by our people, tho production of which gives cuiplo) incut to our labor, and release Irnm Import duties those articles of foreign pro duction (except luxuries) the like of which can not lu piuduccd at home. If there shall still romaiii a target roenue that in requisite for the wants ot the, government we favor the entire repeal ol internal taxes rather than the surrender ol any part of our piuiculivo system ai thu joint behest of the whisky trusts mid tho agents of foreign manufacturers. We declare out hostility to the introduc tion into this country of foreign contract laluir, and of I'liinese labor, alien to our civilization and our Coiitiiution, and we demand the rigid itiiforceiiieiit of the ex isting Uws against it, and favor such im uitk.li.ite legislation as will exclude such lalvor from our shoius. We declare, pur opposition to all oombin atiuna uloapital organized in truslior other. wiio, to ooiitiol arbitrarily the condition of ttade among our citizens, and we com m wul to Congress aud to tho State I-egii-alurcs, hi their respective junsdiutlous, ueli legislation as will picvent the vxtwu iioii of all schemes tooppr the people by undue chaiiies on thulr supplies, or by un just ite4 for the transportation of thtir piutiuct in iniikci. u e approve txc leg islation by Cmtgivss u pievenl able un just Uuidn and unfair dicriminations lw Iwhcii the Stat. We iiwrfiim the policy of apptopriating the public lands of the United Stalin to bo luwtiad for AiiKriwn oitueui and set tiers, not aliens, which tho ll-publioan party esUblishe.1 in lS6j, agamtt the prUttiit 0(Hisitim ol the LktnocraU in runprvM, asul whloli lias brought our gral Western domain Into such luagnihcwnt ilvlupMient. 'I'll tcistoiatiiKi of unearn ed DM itrutils to live puIJic ibvuvain fur the umi of aetual settlers, wbloli was Imguti under IIk adwiuututuHi of iistdi.t Ai Ihur. slwuld l ooultniMtl. We deny that tbedetiiivratlcpjiity has ever restored one aero to the iople, but declaie thai by the jiMut action ot republicans and demoorals, aUut fifty biIIIhhh ol acres of unearned lands originally guutod for the oonsttuc" Hon of latltivaJs hai ten rtoid to the pWic din. In pursuance of trm cidt ttotM iUMrl4 by the teuUieaii party mi the origiusl granls. Wsi eharg the dent ivmi(c admloHtiation with fsilute to ce cut the law securing to settlers title U their homesteads, ami with using atsstzo iliiittt wade for that purpose, to harass luDocat h tilers with spes ami prosi tsosts under false prenucuof tiposisig frauils and vindicating tha law. The ioinnet by Coucrvss ol the Twntortsa U based upoa uetity only, U the shmI that lhy Buy lieMMsie Stat M lb UMtSMIllSMNefHC.whvSMfM the COB' dltiosw of (tOfMilatsoti, nsateiUl leourve, uV4sc iatJttv,tx aitj Morally at Mth m to imh a stable leoal Rovesstisvtst lhaivin. Its yU ,tf soch TrvUnk hoM Im imiiUtd, u a nt,Rl ismt ia i them, to form for themselves a constitution and State government, and be admitted into the Union, fending the prepara tion for Statehood, all officers '.hereof should be selected from the bona Ode residents and citizens ot the Territory whtrein they are to serve. South Dakota should of right be immediately admitted as a state in tne union, enrjr tiie con stitulton framed and adopted by the people, and we heartily indorse the action of the Republican .Senate in twice passing bills far her admission. The reiusal of the Democratic House of Representatives, forpattisau purposes, to favorably consider these bills, is a willful violation of the sacred American principle oflocal self-government, and merits the condemnation ol ail just men. The pendtug lulls in the Senate for acts to enable the people of Washington, North Dakota and Montana Territories to form constitutions should be passed without unnecessary delay. Theropublioan party pledges itself to eio all in us power to fa cilitate the admijiiuu of the territories of Now Mexico, Wyoming, Idaho and Art- zona to the enjoyment of lelf government as status, sucn oj tnem as ?ri- now quali fied, assoou as possible, and the others as soon as they may become so. Tho political power of tho Mormon church in the territories, as experienced m the past, is a menace to free institutions too dangerous to be long suffered. There fore we pledge tho republican party to ap propriate legislation asserting tho sover eignty of the nation in all territories where tho same is questioned, and in furtherance of that end to piece upon the statute books legislation stringent enough to divorce the political from tho ecclesias tical power, and thus stamp out the attendant wickedness of poljgamy. Tho republican party in in favor of the use of both gold and silver as money, and condemns tlio poliey of iho democratic administration in ita etpjrts to demonetize silver. Wo demand the reduction of letter postage to I cent per ounce. In a republic like) ours, where the citizen is the sovereign and thu official the servant, wheru no power is exercised except by the will ol the people, it is impuitsul that the sovereign the people should possess intelli"encu. The free kcIiooI is (he promoter of that intelligence wiueii is to preserve us a Iree nation; tbeiufore, the Btate or nation, or boll) combined, should support treu institutions of Itaruiug, sullicienl to afford to ever) child growing up in the laud the oppor tunny ol a good common school edu C.ltlDll. We earnestly recommend that prom"' action be taken by Congress in the ei uctment of such legislation us will be.t secure the rehabilitation ol our Anierieai. merchant marine, mid wu protest auaiiikt tho passago by Congress of n lui- slop bill, as calculated to work ir.juslov in labor by lessening the viaexs of those engaged in preparing materials, as well as those directly employed in our ship )nru8. Wu demand appiopnatioiis fur the larly .uhuildiug of our navy; fur the construction of coast fortifications and modern ordn?nce, and other ztppiored modern means of defense for the piutcc Hon of our defenseless luiburs and cities; tor tho payment of just pensions to our soldiers; for necessary winks of National importance in the improvement of harbors ami the channels of internal coastwise, and foreign commerce; for the encouragement of tho Bhipping interest:) of the Atlaunc, Gulf and l'ucihu States, as well as fur the payment of the maturing public dtbt. This policy will give em ployment to our labor, activity to our va rious industries, lucrease the security of our country, promote trade, open uew and direct markets for our produce, and cheapen the cost of transportation. We a Hit in this to be far bettor fur our cuuutry than the democratic policy of loaning thu government money without interest to "pet banks." 1 he condti it of foreign alfans by thu present administration has been distin guished by its incllicieiicy nnd its coward ice. Hiving withdrawn from the Senate all peuding treaties effected by republican administration for the removal ol luieigu burdens and restrictions upon our com merco and for its extension into better markets, it has neiilier eflected nor pio posed any others in their stiad. I'tofcsa ing adherence to the Monroe doe'rinc, it has seen with idle complacency the exten sion of foreign intluenco in Central America, and of foreign trade everywhere among our neighbors.' It has refused to charter, sanction or eucouragu any Amer ican organization for constructing the Nicaiagiu canal, a work ol vital import ance tu the maintenance of the Monroe doctrine, and of our natioual influence iu Central and South America, and neces sary for tho development nl trade with our l'acific territory, with South America and w ith the islands and further coasts of the 1 aoihe Ocean. We airaigu the present democratic ad ministration for Its weak and unpatriotic weaimeui ot me tistieriea question, aud its pusillanimous surrender of the essen tial privilegei to which our fishing vessels aie entitled in Canadian ports under the treaty of iSlS, the reciprocal maritime legislation of IS to, and the comity of nations, and which Canadian fishing ves sels roceive iu the ports of the United States. We condemn the policy of the pietent admimitration and the democratic majority In Congress toward our fisherias as untiiendly and couspieuouily unpatri otic, and as tending to destroy a valuable uatiunal industry, and an indispensable resouied ol dtteuso against a foreign euemy. The name of Amnio applis alike to all ci t ti ens o( the reuubltc. and imposes upou all alike the same oMigatinn of otkMliNKti to the laws. At the Mm time that oitisuhip la and must b the pan oply aud safagvanl of him who wear it, aud pioteot rum, whether high or low, 1Kb or posr, in his civil lights. It should and roust ahHml him protection at home. atMt follow ami protect him abroad in whatever land he way be on a lawful errand. The men who aUudiHied the zetMbltaan party in iS&j, aad oontiau to adhere t the ilasHOOiatM naily. bate licMrt-ki Bl only the eawe of hosvsst goi-wwiual, of tottiM naanevs, in 1 1 and trlty of the ballot, but especially have deserted theeaw of refoim m the civil service. We will not fail to atop our ptltt4 be. cause they have broken thaws', oi bMaisse ihest oaodidals hat broken his. We, Uttxeforc, tpet our declaration of 1S64, 10-wit: 'The le&xsa of the civil arvsks. aosptctoasly Ujna bbOm lh isytihUcati frtlinitiWtiaUott' should he cosmisUuJ by the further citMwsoa of the rtsiom svtlacn aittMuly taiablishtU by law, 10 all the grades of the service to which it is applic able, The spirit and purpose of the re form; should be observed in all executive appointments, and all laws at variance tion should be repealed, to the end that I the daiger to Iree institutions which lurks in thepovicr of cfncial patrou-ige maybe Wlln SIB OOjrCi Ul DA13kl4J; Ibiuiui ...... i ,.i.linml ellctivo!V aviiinea. The uraii'ude of the nation tu the de fender of the union can not be measured by laws. The legislation of Congress shoulJ conform to the pledges made by a loyal piople, and be so enlarged and ex tended as to provide against the oo8ibility that any man who honorably wore the federal uniform shall become the inmate of -in almshouse, or dependent upon privste charity. In the presence of an overflowing treasury it would be a public scandal to do loss for those whose valor ous service preserved the government. We deununce the hostile spirit shown by President Cleveland in his numerous vetoes of measures for pen.'ioo relief, and the action of the democratic houe of reuresentativps in refusing even a consid. eration of general pension legislation. In support of the principles herewith enunciated we invite the co-operation of patriotic men of all parties, arid especially ol all workingmen whose prosperity is seriously threatened by the free trade policy of the present adinitustratiou. Additional plank submitted by Mr. Uoutelle of Maine, and adopted by an almost uuanimous vete: The first ccn cern ot all good government is the virtue and sobriety of the people and the purity of tho home. The republican party cordially sympathizes with all wise and well directed efforts for the promotion ot temperance and morality. The "Wkkki.y Capital Journal $1 a year. tfttntnxxnnrnarKM misci;i.x-ani:ous. FRUIT WANTED HY TIIE WILLAMETTE VALLEY FRUIT CO. JAti tlielrLCvnpoiutor Apples, Plums, Prunes, Pears, At His HWies! Market Price. I'nctory tienr the pnteii2Pr depot. -the FRUIT OREGON DRYER ;iltovol luu n ok lniiuo) Is Simple of Construction, AMI EASY OK OPERATION. Awarded first premium nt tho Ort'irou State Knlr HM-'M-tVsl -sV nnd .it tlio Cull fornlii IStnlo I'ulr, ltvST, ..nil Man Joaquin County Kulr, 1S7. Mmmiiicttiriil in stxsUe. For circular nnd price list nddrewi II. S. JOHY & SON, P. O. ltox CHO. Sulem,Oregon 3- Dryer l-'urimoos nmilsiuHl llvo sires Tho nTJYEBB'OUIDEU issued Llrvrch and Sept., eacn yoar. It Is an ency clopedia of useful infor mation for all who pur chase the luxuries or the necessities of Ufa. Wo can clothe you and furnish you with all the noeeasary and unnecessary appliances to ride, walk, danco, sleep, eat, fish, hunt, work,, go to church, or stay at home, and im various sises, tyles and quantltloa, Just lifzuro out what la required to do all these things COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair estlmato of the valuo of the llUYBBS' QUIDE, which will bo sent upon receipt of 10 cent tu pay postage, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 111-11-1 UiohiKan Avenue, Chicago, 111. GENERAL l.CKSMlfllING HOKSESHOEING I ! All the litiivrovnt hmOhmIs of tlnntlng slutittiUC dUotw, tu euro dUiwswi of the foot and rVvr tlw rufrwuHi r tHlty aettmi.eon. tmckHiudliltefliK, umhI. I guaninteo MtlMwetloti In all mh HoAw to any wll known boroonwisi in Onvon. JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer, a Cummeraial Hre-t, Balom, Or. A. IS. STRANG, No, !W ONMMvereaal i4irt, , &.VIKM, - - ORKGON. BKALSHt U STOVESand RANGES Tinware and Artistic Metal Work a Specialty. jr Ajmit lor its KICUARISSON A WllYS-TON 07M1'.0;Y"S Fiuum. Ha. ttSflfciiiP MhitltaUiM BOOTS WIHI. BROWN d CO DEALER IX- B O 1 O I TS O Cl ' H ATA e' M tt 5 C,'i3. iiiiTniii'winm r HOE s Leather and Findings! CASH PAID FOR Wool, Hides, Pells and Furs. No. 231 Commercial Street, SALEM, - - OREGON. yftWtgMgfBrWMMBrtBBPWMWBgWBBrBBBBSKBBrBBKllBiriBMB What is IIMIlllkMlllllllsllllMMIiliMMssaMBSBMMWM Cnsrtorla Is Pr. Srunl PltoTior'a old, hannloss and qnlok enro for Infanta' nnd Children's Complaints. Superior to Castor Oil, FnroKorio or Nnrootio Syrnpg. Children cry for Cnatorin. Mil liona of Mothers blosa Cnatorin. Castoiia cures Colic, Constipation ; Sour Stomach, Dforrhcea, Eructation ; (lives healthy sleep ; also aids digestion ; Without narcotic btupefactiou. Tub aVV'"4V.'iX,aVt.VVaV GltnCllltlKft. Evaporated Apples, Evanorated Peaches, Evanorated Nectarines. Evaporated Apricots, Evaoorated Pears. Dried Peeled Peaches, Dried Peaches. Dried Apricots, Dried Currants, Dried Apples, Dried Grapes' Oregon Petit Prunest Imported German Prunes, Smyrna Figs, Raisins. Persian Dates Weller Brothers' Commercial Street CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC! WUltimotto University. Most Mieeesaful school of muslo ou the nonnw ei ooau auoui 150 STUDENTS LAST YEAR. Course In Piano, Ortiarx. Stncins. Violin, nuriiiony, ones uoumor- point. DiploHMui on compteiion ot eour. Johm, Rvu Cux. AkSMtant. I.ulu M. Smith. Plot tarm Skkftoa Mnniuir. RiinlMiiikr M, ViW. etetxl tor eatakvue. Vw tonhr parsieutaw autirwt. X.M.PARVIN, Musleal nirotor,SalMi, Or. e-IMIf-wlt LEG2VL BLANKS, Urgwt StKk i tk State, Bw( Discmt 84B4 for ealatekjo. QtU lor prtc-M r Job PriHItac lwst In Ortii L H. WAITE, S, Or. AND SHOES. S " I recommend Costorla for children's complaints, as superior to any prescription known to me." IT. A. Archer, M. D.. Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N.Y. Centaur Company, 77 Murray St., New York. w Live and Let Live Paint Shop, HUNTLY & McFERSON. House, Sign AMD General Painters, Kalsominers- Paoer Hangers and Decorators. All orders will receive prompt attention Estimates ou nil kinds of work in our llns cheerfully given. Satisfaction minranteeil Shop iu Old Court Housoon Court street, Salem, Or. FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE OO TO ROTAN A WHITNBV, 102 Court Street, Silem, Oregon. Ilnvlne bouglit out the remnlnder ol tn chair fuctory's stock, wo nre PiIreaJ sell chairs lower than any uoue lnOregoa Take Note of Tills. TTIOlt 2.300 WB WILL BKI.L 00 aer J well improved garden land, within I miles of Snlem. Good road t" town id yaor around. Kulldlntm good. FINE YOUMj ORCHARD and oxeellent grass land. TB ti ubnrgnln.nnd will bo held only a short time nt these figure. Call, and we win show you the property. WILLIS 4 CHAMBKHLIX Opera House, Salem. Or. t-dw.ir For Sale. A sood Iron frame Horse Power. Oeoi for nil uww, from one to full "Pw A fer the low prleo of $80. Call at the "J olfte Oiler, Vlnar A Fruit l,re Compun-s offlee. Salem, Oregon. '. IL Teacher of Music And dealer kaH kinds otMmtlBt meals. OfltiTtlW CemmirsW u-. tnsmesita ssMea the lBalmet p8' Bulribe for thelCAFlTAi. J0T8 NAL.