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AVMk'tkU (Uii'i'Aii J1MaU UOMAt, MAY JM, 18Wi.
1 U lijij lil l jr jiin i r tf ii i ii ! ij,iini i i.Sjg fr.i' Myj-f i i i i ' .mil ii i. iiii in;..il iiiiHiiwrinmm.iiiiniiniih. lit, .ft m mil mmi W JJAir,, ww huhm, W0iMrt frMMihtf fompany, rt 0 lk,-0M!H4 Mreii HiTCd WrtfHEM, ' ' tMi jmMim'MUJki mm-j.'-1 . ...i.i.. mM efj 4 prr rounina......1' gSW,VrfrW... 'l!4 iJBI 4.JfAW..'4 IW AS mm'Mu tVXANOMi AsOtrla Bud8tJ The wrangle ovsr apHfl brunt of Mr. R. U'ilumell M'mjiMHist totths fori . i'urllaiicl to mink ta be regretted. Mr. Jfolttier to awrtaftrfy doing himself no seryico awf Ma ferty h poflltive Injury by hki twrsto Wfyitfi(4l!fl of tii affitlrlnlilspa fw, U pMrttAtHl lif-th. It Is, to My the IeW, vory bud form for Iilit), as AttaffoluUNlavalliiata' for 'tbeJpaai . Men. to proslltlH 'IMmocratfb paper, " MMtfak Mwself the ovvuuraud editor, to MMh koWe mi well as iaeeqdlary ser vitm, Thacleed, kooc! or bad lua poll ileal MBW, bas btioti (loi)t', and tlioreV akaiid, Nothing but dlaaiter oau be ' Mapedbyau Industrious foincutatloii ,y tdtmoU la the party over the tnattei ' avaw. W believe thut the old war borse ' fcAikl b favored In tho distribution of ii4 efnooa,beoaunH the Democratic sltua : Moa la different from thut of thelkpub iiedM. Our party Ins for years fought A'JosJug fight and those wbo have borne the beat and burden of the xlorl ooont8t through durk and wear) years of defeat have never been reward edfor their daujjlless heroism and un failing faith. Thin Is why wq believe that they should be remembered now. A good general has the Napoleonic mer it of recognizing young talent and tbe 8eesIty of fresh blood.but ho does not forget tbe veterans and fall to roward them for tbelr noble services. They should not, at least, bo pushed aside too harshly aud abruptly by new-comers. Ou the other hand tho old guard must sometime glvo wny, Tho young er generation Is now In tho field nud Will Insist upon recognition. The worthy Immigrant also must bo gener ously received, lie must not, It Is true, be'pusbed'to tbe head of tho table, bui both policy and pollteuess require that he shall be welcomed lo the bunuuet' and freely served In his turn, without tolling unnoticed through long aud lonely years of probation. The false doctrine of vested rights in polltlcul preferment has been the ruin of tbe Republican party. The old stagers for years and years, have run the machine aud divided tbe bouors and profits among themselves. They seemed to think themselves possessed of a good lump of the watered stock of that but tered old He, the divine right of kings, and they have worked tho scheme fur all it was worth. Jlut they have worked the ledge out; their old bin 11' has been called aud they will have to bow down and step dowu, too, and put. They havo grown gray, Insolent Indolent and Imbeullo In public olllne and the young Republicans uro at lost shifting them oil the sceno. AN UNKA9V. SITUATION. The financial situation In our coun try continues decidedly uueasy. Ever ataee tbe people luced the Democratic party In power tbe balance of the trade has been golug against tho United States. Ever sluoo last November the outflow of gold has been Increasing. No one can tell what the outcomo wljl be. No one doubts that the president aud f Me cabinet are doing all they can to maintain credit aud stem the tide, Tasre W a great fluanolai strlugeuoy In jRtia.laud.and all British coloules,where failures have been heavier than In the states. Whether the Cleveland administra tion oaa Improve tho financial situation, ean turn the tide and establish pros perity any more tbau we have had,la to We teen. There Is a lack of confidence abroad, aud at homo iu the general Maaaelal record of tbe Democratic party. Its past history It cannot re vert to with profit. Its present is full perplexities. Its future is Its own, Tfcie people put It lu ooutrol of our coun try's aflalrs aud they will be able to en ,4re tbelr eeir-imposed lufiletloas. Iafsrier Qoe4s. The oaly safe way for purchasers Is to saietea aavlHKttie xenulue article. aaxlHot allow thwaselvtm tobeswln- U4ty kavlHg plasters said to be "Just MMN," er "eKWlalnlug superior lu. sissaliau' Itwpoeed upon tkem. Thfcw fcewily trlekata sell Inferior goou Mwt m aeore eofBparkwltk Alleoek's ftm Vlaeteia tbaa eoper does with aM. Oue trial of Alleook's Porou flasUra will eonvluee the most skepti cal er tawr wersts. ThemlHeotHeMryA.Mott.Jri.l'h. , r. O. S.. kte GoveraHiet Cbemlst, ettMes: "My investigation of Alleoek's Por- 4M Piaster akows It to eoatala valuable mum wmihh ingmtvniB nm iothuiii "j t" it-j . " " --,-.-. an a4Ml Mtate eMeteat tbaa aoy other taster.'' Askfaf Alleeek's, ami let mo aelleila Mmi er xpiMt4e I yeu to ae- ..- TUtTB ;a MbetiiHte. mp? heakl nee UrkeV JLetr, wall paper, WRtaW A TrtifU BENSfe, Yi imy (lk $knitfnirQtotgii etttfcfcort If you Want toPgroWled th ffiafi who rejitfhwnto th "gwiW" fttftlJ1ll tfOM ilrlri ' li WfrtCKKl lill Jrijrt fthd IK lAMtifl yellow" elHy from tlio ctucm of lite Bh(mt "but I'm here Ut tell yott thitt tlw tmdfitil Kmttfeky MHIiuf k hd(kU cotntmred to tlietri I" 'Wlmt' 6tired oil yotif awwtlkj nowT f(rlfitic1 tlio lioobouo urutil tner. M lio nffectionfttoly tmttod hla Mn6t Mlebllla and looked At the fteonory through tlio gloom of Friday evening. "Weil wtw tlio Kt, g, man flour ly, "1 left arwiibrlerJlwdny for Borne noW territory, wlilefc Hind boon told vm very4, wrontoiaw Ii was II protrifewd-ftnil thi'HltdM, Noth Ing but hlllii id atd ligli water liu wiped out thojr6ads no 6mplotr ly that wo wcro lost half tho tltno and worse than usoIom to Beck infor mation from the natives their 'gon oral lntelHgonco' la bo dcJiBoty Igno rant that thoy don't know (n which direction to look'for thti acatsof tholr breeches. Atflret I thought it was shnplo, unadulterated cuRscdness, but at last I bad to list it a sheer den elty." "Wliyl" asked tho BhoehoiiKO man as the speaker pnused. "Why! Why, byJool Iwaarocom' mended to call on a merchant named Giles at a littlo place half way be tween Wobhyillo and tho othor Bido of nowhere, and when I reached the placo I stopped at tho first Iioubo I caino to and naked for lodging, as it was raining and dark as a stock of black cats. 'All right said the man, 'como In.' Supper was ham and oggs and biscuits yellower than tho but ter. And then I asked if bo know any ono by the namo of Giles there abouts. 'No-o says ho, with a puz zled drawl, as If ho was trying to recollect something. I ain't hconl of nobody horeabaouts by th namo of Giles leastways I don't think I has but tako a cheer and rest yor hat a bit, and I'll go and ask tho postmas ter or somo of tho folks and off ho wont through tho rain, scratching his head as if bowildored atout some thing. "In well, say about 15 or 20 min utes, ho came back with a look onliis faco of tho blankest amazoment I over saw on a mortal man. 'Why Bald ho, with a foolish grin and a Bhcepish tono, 'postmaster eays as how my own namo is Giles, and, como to think nlxutt it, mister, danged if I don't boliovo it is. Well, tills is a go, ain't it?'" Tho drummer paused and kicked his samplo caso eavagoly, and then remarked, with an inflection that de fies descriptien: "And I was recommended to sell tlint man a bill of goods I" Cincin nati Commercial. StritDga InoliUnt or u Funeral ProoeMlon. A curious incident in connection with a French-Canadian funeral took placo recontly at Putnam, Conn. Tho funoral was that of a beautiful littlo child. Tho train, a vory largo ono, with many carriages, had gono a lit tlo way down tho main Btreot of Put nam whon it catno to a halt in front of Douoit's photograph gallory. Tlio moumora alighted from thoir vo hicloa and gathered about tho hearse, and tho pallbearers tlion removed therefrom tho tiny Whito coffln and carried it up stairs into tho gallory, tho mourners following thorn. Tlio coffin was sot upright on a tablo in tho middle of tho room, and Mr. Bo noittook ft photograph of tlio dead child's faco in its diamond shaped coflln fraine. Then tho coffin was returned to tlio hearso, and tho train wont on to tho cemetery. Cor. Now York Sun. Soma "luipurted" Clffar. Si Drukkor, Lou Mooro and M. 8. Drukkor have a lot of cigars on haud. Not long ago a Spaniard camo iuto tholr oillco and ofTored Bomo clgura ror salo. no sold that thoy woro vory cheap, as ho had smuggled thorn through. IIo acted in so mysterious a manner that tlio boys woro induced to look at his cigars in tho hope of getting a liargain. Ho asked 9 a hundred, and finally camo down to 13.70. Tho boys bought 600. As soon as tlio epanuml disappeared, thev each smoked a cigar, congratulating ono another on their bargain. Out thev all got deathly sick. Upon ex amination, it was found that tho cigars were modoof colored paper, with tobacco wrappers. Cincinnati Ehiqulrer. Tli lout or JuU Varrjr. Tlio room in which M. Jules Forry died was transfonned into a mortu ary and hung with draperies worked in tllver. Tho senate voted 80,000 franca to cover tlio oxpenseaof the publio funeral. Apart of tho great t'reuehman'awill read as follows; "I ".Mu. wmhii or iHy uxtytn Bl cemetery, where reiosa my Mother aud eister, with my faco tuniwltowanlthebhioliiioof Votwes, y,um I heanl tho cries of the van- nuUikikl " Putrid 1 jj(to A rrouiolir Tram Chla. Toy Wing SNg. u huetMnyr ikv motor frotM Chtiia, has succeeded in gettiag wthaeriptlotw of 114,000,000, I , ttim AMertaaa aad OW- ubca riiirtuMaii far tbe bulUaasr at aMoeno roas mm igtsKg ptaHta in TMK ANNtAf HOati M0W. TJi Deduct City Will Xnti Ik Slower festival Jans 9 and loth. Tli society im edupled (be following rules governing the rose show! 1 The superintendent shall have on efsl ebsrge of the roe ahoW Judges shall be Apo!nted by tbe executive committee, And nil adjust' HicnlsMol covered by rales or pub llnlipil flfrtlon of the executive com' mllfee shall be referred to that com mittee, a, Exhibits not at the door by 2 p. m, en tho first day of the show will be debarred from competition, Exhlb. lO will be received from () a m. till 2 o'clock. 4 All flowers may be banded to the superintendent or assistants at the door, and fcubjeot to their arrange niont. Flowers must be marked with the entry number of the owner. 6. Receptacles for premium flowers will be furnished by the superintend ent, but flowers, for display may be Arranged any maimer desired by the owner, 0. All flowers entered for premiums must bo distinctly named, If Inoor rcctly named they will be excluded from premiums. 7. No inferior plantor flower to receive a premium. Flowers of any one variety entered 8. for premium must not consist of more than six. All plants must be owned by the exhibitor and have been In their possession at least three months le fore the show, and all cut flowers must bo grown by the exhibitor. Plants or flowers en n not be re moved until the close of the exhibi tion except by permission of the superintendent. I'KKMIUM LIBT. ' 0. 10. 1. 2. 8. 4. 6. 0. 7. Largest collection of varieties. Best " " l ii g II M II 2 " exhibit " 1 " " "- rosebuds " rose Introduced In '01 aud '02. Premiums will consist of blue, red and white ribbons. Special premiums will be offered for the finest display of the following named varieties Marecbul Nell, Vis countess fnlkstoue, Nephetos, Papa Goutler, Catharine Mermet, Sunset, Marie Van Houto, Meteor, Jacquemi not, Rieue Murle Henrletto, Win. Al len Richardson, La France, La Maro, Tho Bride, Malmulson, Auna Olllvla, Hermosa. Best collection of wild flowers gath ered by child under 14 years of age, each species arranaged separately. How's This! We odor One Hundred Dollars Re wurd for auy uusu of Cutarrd that can uot be cured by Hull's Cutarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We the uuderslgued, have known F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 yeurs, and be lieve him perfectly nouorableiuull bus iness transactions' and financially able to curry out uny obligations made by their firm. West & Truax. Wbolasale Druggists, Toledo O., W aiding, Kiuuan A, Marvin Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hull's Caturrh Cure is taken Internal ly, uotlug directly upon the blood aud mucous surfaces of the system. Price 76o. per bottle. Beld: by all druggists. testimonials iree. Buby cried, Mother sighed, Doctor prescribed t Castorl . For Bale. Good team. Also4-yeuM)lu wagon aud harness. fill Ii well broke single or double, lino driver. Annlv to M. C. Cone,Slmpson'B addltlon,&th street. miuresa ouiem. ot-ira CARTERS VlTTLE CURE Rick HmiIhcIik rniil rrHova all the troubfo lad deal toa biUiNM Uto of tho utMn.tuet at lHwIiiww, Nmivctt. DiMHi-luifa, Oittmw aftcl eatlur. lln ia tlw W., ,to. Willi their ommI rviiurkabto tucitHK is un alionn la curlaf . Itdaci yt Cmr-; Urrtr Livr. rt..i anJlw't(nRthUnininiiw en , Uwjr alto cormi oil UIrKlir v 4thuUta the llntr 1 i- awi It tliy ob?j- curi w Ik ? u K 1 .h ! . to Iheas IO '. I ' 'Ml fWIUi Itrt". an. uiiwiii' n, Hut i-t . r-voniainti v- i. nut nil y thiu wia Sod to maar wi ilu . .u wnaeut i . ... .. a tUsae T so Huutr Un ttt her IswlMt ttf mtUiHHr.iiCMt hocX. Our pU our K bHoUMiaf(iant. t:imH- unu Uvea rKta an van aaMS owl wyMll BWA lUWHtMII iI.wm. Tsar in stttstfar -- - ,u rm S3K MW SmtUaax mluk aMIAM. sUOsi XerW UoWg isilis W6fld'8 FAlr Him LlhiUedTxprewi tfsln b( iUtVUU onto, MliWAUkee A 81, l'stil Railway MvrttH ttt; 1'aiiI and Chicago aud Otualia and (JblfAgo, , A . i . Thees trnlHS are VMtllitiled, eleclrle lighted And steatft hestetb with the Ha m Dining ad Hleeplng Cur Hervlce Id thn worlrfj , , , The Klecttlo reading light In each berth Is tlis-WHjtftsful novelty ofihhf progreNHveage, and Is highly appreciat ed by all regular patrons of this line. We wish others to know Its merits as tho Chicago Milwaukee A Bt.l'aUl Hall way Is the only lino In the west enjoy ing the exclusive tle bf thU patent,' For farther Information apply lo nearest oouprin ticket agent, or address C. J. EDDY, General Agent, J. W. OASKVjTrav.Pass. Agt, 895 H(ark Ht Portland, Or. tf flAUM MARKKT8. Wheat- 82o per bushel. Oata-8e40o:per bushel: Potatoes-OAGOo.per bttsbbl. Flour-f3.00 per bbl. Urau (Saokedl S1S.00 per ton Shorts (Sacked) (20.00 per ton. . ' Beahs,' white, 3o per lb. ' ' Eggs ICo per dozen. Chickens 8 lo 10c per lb. Chopped feed -(Sacked) 120.00. DuobB 1o per lb, Geese To per lb, Turkeys lOo per lb, ; Lard 18i16o,perlb. , Butter lfc30o per pound Beef 7lfl dressed, ' ' Veal10 to 12Jo, dressed. Pork 712Jc dressed . Wool-16l8o per lb. Hope 1416o per lb. Loan Wanted. I want to get a loan of $1700 or sell an Interest In or all of the Red Star Mill and water power, with from 2 to 612 acres of land, joining tbe town of Turn er. All communications answered with promptitude and dispatch. Address, J. C. Robertson; 4-27-lw Turner. Or. Don't Tou Know that you can secure al most immediate relief from Indigestion, and" that uncomfortable full ness after meala, by sim ply taking a dose of Sim mons Liver Kegulator? Some people think that because it is called Liver Regulator it has nothing to do with Indigestion and tho like. It is tho inaction of the Liver that causes Indigestion, and that fullness; also Con stipation, and those Bil ious Headaches. Millions havo been made to under stand this and have been cured from these troubles by Simmons Liver Regu lator a medicine unfail ing and purely vegetable.' From Rir.M.B.Wltarton,BuItlmore,M;d "It affords mo pleasure to add my testi mony to tlio grout virtues or BImmoni LIvor llcgulator. I havo had ozperlonca with It, mi occuHlon demanded, fur many yean, und rejjunl It as the greatest modi clno (if tho times. Ho good a medlcln denurvcs unlvereal commendation. Bargains in Land. It. W. Smith, postmaster oi lwlsvlUe, and W. V. Murphy, of Salfm. nave for sale abou 3.000 ftornofjtood farming and stock land lu the Lucklnm'ute country In folk oounty.' Jft-lce run go from W lo tafl per acre. All good property, uud on the market for the flrtt time, ureat bargains. Call oa or addrras tbe above. dw-3-U-tl POWER HOUSE Meat Market. Fresh and Bait meats of the best qua'tty, inltry and stock. Free delivery, FRED WAYMIRE. ONLY LINE RUMING THROUGH DAILY TRAINS Leaving Portland, ii ii ' 8:45 A.M. 7:30 P. M. DAYS TO CHICAGO 7 Hours Quicker t St. Paul, 23 Hours Quicker CMcace, 40 Hours Oukker te ;0mM mi KaMMCity. PULLMAN i4 TtHIHWT HCEPCRS FREE RECLMIIK CHAW CARS. aMNHM CAW, w.U. mm HT AMM W " A I JidOBii) vAtmtm, J'Al'flii tlAmttiti, Halufsl Wood f InliMng, tot, dotii and 0bemkU Street, Geo, iWlriscli, CASH 'MARkET lll meat and free delivery. I3G State Street. J. U FRED A, ERIXOH, STONE AND UllCK CONTIIACTOII. ' Kitlmfttts made on all kinds of wor. ItesldeneeCor.igthand Betvltw Pi. Hlem, fi 7) HIUMLIT Of Standard -BooksBy- the- MosU Famous Authors. A FEEE BOOK COUPON ' GIVEN TO OUR READERS EACH SATURDAY. Head Directions on Coupon Carefully. THE JOURNAL'S PREMIUM BOOKS. A book coupon Is printed in the Daily Journal every Saturday, which is numbered differently every week. Suvo 5 of these coupons having different numbers, and send them, with 6 cents to pay postage, etc., to tho Joubkal of fice, and your cbrice of the following books will be sent you. It Is best to make 1st, 2d and 8d choice, so in case we are out of the first we can send you the second or third. These books are the bt 25 cent book printed and that means a Sreat deal these days of cheap books. Call and see them, or send your order by mail. We know they will please you. By simply cutting out the coupon in each Satur day's Journal and enclosing 6 cenU to pay postage and package we give you each month free what would ccst during the year from $2.50 to $3.00, at any book store or news stand. l a s 4 6 S 7 S t 10 11 13 13 U IS 17 18 IV a) ill 21 24 as 26 27 M as so St as as 34 US ss X M SV a ; 4V H 47 m S) M H Called Back. Article 724 by F. du Uolsgober. B4 to Bes,U Mauler of tue Mine. 1jvs'a Martyr. .. . Cue or Heubeo Male chl; ' A FiBht tot a Kortaae. The M Pu A ffal r. A'W vutu s Sacrifloe. Kurnm. A Dark Deed; A Tale r the ' Peasant's War. A House rtt'ty. The Q ray and the Blue. a he Detect v s Eye, and Cecil's Fortune a oictjj nccamce. Jt-sa. Hhe. KlDRBoloroou'a Mtses. Dark Days, Death or Dishonor. The One Thing Needful. Tbe Kvll Uanluii. Fedora; or, Tue Tragedy In the Hue de ia mu. I.lfuof Henry Ward'Beeefaer, Allan Quir.rmi n. Only a K.rmer'a Daughtsr. A uuiumerolat frlp. WestoXibeMlsiiourl, i kVuit and liSeae. A Modem Olre. AVorHaaLovev; As In a LooartM OIss. For Uer Dally Ir. ad. A Lucky Youug Woman, T' Ducbesey A Ca amity Haw. Dr JeKyllaod Mr. Hydo. Texar's Kevcoge; or, Norm-against AHaUialb-a Heart. Marriage and Dlr rea. Maria, the Uypsy Bride. Tbe-Orvatlleaper. ArrlaeeoftneKlood. Jack and Three J lila. Mona'a Cbolco. AtueiHia; or, In Hplte of All. ThHtary or Antony araea. AKalsetltaiU A UK laUrest, A Flurry la Dlaraenda, H.reara, Tfca i sssenser iron Seotland Yard. Uerr lauiu TbelVtrtnors. Tbe Wr ugKoad. Klogor Kinva. A UealUvodTbl-g. Mapoleou ana UnAe LouIm, Qbrts. OUMsaax's Uero. 1. Ttiaea ThMuekBftuahst. Tba M . ster t4 a Haoaom Cab. TbeUatreTUune. sty MldiTBtura. Lady HuUaa's Ward. Tralttt. Truth. Mr. Wenu'l WIH Dr. Olraata'a DaughUr, lnaMhk.,a il A Hmrab! Ca. IXuim lTliuc ur Dead. 67 U 6 ft) l at 4 4 M m M 11 7t 7 i H H n Val' n:w. MaUsiTnilau HII m MaJaeat War. ' Si TaaHtaryntaa Arr'e-si Farw. w "W sV sy'isRsjasjjisa M A isaias Cauyay. faSiar Screen Doors -anj JoiniN, Morloy Si Wlnsianloyi Bhop 1 Htatsetreet. Tile for Sale, Brfck and TlldVard moktm nAi,kH, ASH BY. Take It KVENINO JOOilNAL, Only a teats a dny delivered at yonr door. Meat Market, d Commsrolal street. tiood rneAti, i'rompt delivery. , C. MARTIN, Horseshoolng, i 'v' BLAOKSMITHINQ. State Street, - - Salem. ' ',!.) r DISTRIBDTION WORTH FIVE CENTS S7 ss t 90 19 92 93 91 9S H (7 93 99 100 101 1U 101 105 lOtt 107 K 109 110 111 112 113 113 Raleigh Rivers. lum Bde.- Th Queen's Token. The Ladles' Gallery.. Almeda. iladeiuolselleBolaDge. Thre5V,ea.h0fAu5eri .yreJ,?'he Leading Lady. The Olrl from MaiUu neoputra. " The Ten's otHhem. A Crooked 1'ath. Marooned Roland Oliver. ' Mr."'inrnITha9'r.PI,In,a. l?- .. -YiTO" Alau'iwir "" lis m,Hai;r'-WlsndVVooWl l' TlTDlLt'o Crimea. Hy. Home Irovatv patriae. m w 1M 127 1.3 v.- i 131 lil 133 131 ".ttllWk teDr4sinT,oIJh, KIpBllcklnaieZnk.,.. i2?i:iw Sihssssssa trans- A Fellow orTJ11 . 1W 1M Thrte Men in ijiilL Kickshaw. JS KS,,,iHIvl 140 Mm u... ure. Com 8 JSiiffl'-brWi,, " woerlue HI llortu. lit An Ideal viVSr- n. im 7A,,,uorFi3,7 iSlfKSSr MB TheMeDSS, m E-aTi. tSZ't (feu, ii mum km, fault AM(t CfeflM, ii. Ve mm vnuimt Cigar HMd Tobacco, BILLIAW) PAHI.0H, 48 Ot.m'1 Strsot. T. W, THQRNBURG, Tho Upholstoror, Kemodels, re-oover and retnln upholstered rurnlture, WrN Cbsniekota sireet. HlAte Insuratics block. THE WILLAMETTE, 8ALJSM, OHhGON. latca, $2.60 to iJB.OO per Pay Trie best hotel' between Porttnud and Ran Francisco. First-class in all Its appolntmenti. 1U tables are served wll b the '1A"Iumnw" Choicest JTruUa Urovra'lB the Willamette Valley. A. I. WAGNER. Prop. East and- South -VIA- THE SHASTA ROUTE. th Southern Pacifld Company. cALirouifiA KXPnsss tbain kdn dailt as. TWKICH POUT1AND AND 8. F. Month. I .Mr in. 7.-OU p. m. 9:18 p. m. 8:15 a.m. LV. LV. Ar. Fortland Balcm Ban Fran. Ar. i 7:a5a.m Lv. I 6:26 a. m Lv.l 7:00 p. m Above trains stop only at following Htbtioni north of Roseburgi East Portland Oregon City, Woodburn, Salem, Albany Tangent, 3hedd, Halsey, Ilarrlaburg, JunctlonClty, Irving soil Eugene. ROHKBimO MAlli DAILY. 8.-30 a. m. 11:17 a. m 6:60 p.m. LV. LV. Ar. Portland Balem Itoseburg Ar. I f.JU p. ui, Lv. I 1:10 p. m. Lv. I 7.-00 a. m Albany Local, Dully Licopt SUIlllHy, 6:00 p. Ill Lv. Lv: Ar. Portland salem Albany Ar. I io-.au U.U1. Lv. 1 7:3t a. m. Lv, 1 6:30 a. m: 72 p.m. 9:00 p. m. Diulng Cars ou Ogdcii Itoute POLLMAN BUFFET SLBBPERS AND Second Class Sleeping Cars- Attached to all through trains. vVest Side Division, Between Portland and Cerallis: AIX.T (axOKPT SUNDAY). 7:iM a. iu. 12:10 p. m. Lv. Ar. ttiruunu (rvalHs Ar. Lv, 12Ap.m. At Albany and Oorvallls connect trains of Oregon Partflo Rnllrond. wltb tXFBBHOTUAIf Ur II. ICll:U1Hrfll.i 4:10 p. m. 7:25 p. m. Lv. Ar. Portland McMlnnvllle Ar. Lv. :'ju u. iu fiM.'in.ra TUROUttll HItKIS To allpolnuin the Ea.Urn states. Canada and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratei ,rom. J' w- aiHHEH( Agent, Balem. E.P.ROQEKS. Ast.O.F.anai'ass.Ag't B. KOKHLKH, Manager. The Yaquina Route. OWN PACIFIC U i Aj?d .rexn .Tlovelopment company's steam hip line. 225 miles shortr, 20 hours less time than by any other route, First cla4 through passenger and lrelght line from Portlaiid and all lolnt In Ae Willamette valley to and from Han Francisco. TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sunday.) lv Albanyl:00 p m Ar Yaaulna..6::0 p m Lv Oorvallls. 10:36 am Lv Corvallls 1:40 p m Lv Yuaulna (l:4iam Ar Albany 11:10a m O. A O. tnln. Mnnont Afr' Alt..... n( (Vw, vallls; , The. above trains connect at Yoqulna with II Kr.tEOn development Co.'a lino of steam ers between Yaquina and Ban Fnmclkco aA.itr . enKrs rrora rortland and su Wlliameita VallnV TVilnfn min mnhantn nntl. nc.1 n vlththetrainBortha Yaquina Kouts t J .aDy .r CorvalllB and If deAiutd to fsa rranciscp, should arrange to arrive at Yaqulns tbe evening befcre dateof sailing. lnSS"" 8n(1 P'ant BattH always the I0y.'t. For Informailnn nnnlv to MfEjri iiiMAN A Cov Freight anrf llcket Agenu ?!? K?1 reet: Portland, Or., or tt O. ilOOUE, Ac't Oen'l Ft. a Puis. Agt, n rr t. P.r;,Xaclflo H Co . Corvallls, Or. C H. HA8WHLL, Jr., Gen'l Freight avd Pats. Agt. Ore. Dcvelo.metit Co., . 04 Moutgoinfrygj. From Terminal or Inferior Points ibc rn Is the line to take To all Points East and Sooth. vestibnhf 2iHs;.car ronte-itruM lbKvf Tmibule trains; every day la tho yean ST. PAI1L AND. (MACO (Ke of eon.) Itf' -- -"- wsjc Hioin aSMSMS'S. .IK rlsaskt aa u faMtadsVt TOURIST Sleeping Cars. UckM5,a540ldwoffinitd scond-clu ELBGAKT DAY COACHES. sardtife55u " " S!irMr,ito tt M MtBtaruuled seme. " wmi alatruptea .S&S? ??? p1'! Irimm can be BaJ m.mZ-Ti swr. " aeeeftt sleeosi- i'rscLu r.Jjatjr Northe Pacific Railroad KteSss A. UHAKLTOK. Ho. art SWa lX)WWINO, Aral m