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' AN OLO,JIMEC(JRTINQ STICK. Banshlde bathes fjjn coMen two -J " Tombled-trcasurM qf satlnSnd lacej Grandmother' chest standi open wtJci Over It bends a blonnmlng fare. Hero Is her ftjrdle of njrlphllko span. Stomacher ta J Jed with Jet and pearls. Gar Uttlo sliced that the danre bcenn- Qrandmotlirr wan a rose of girls! Margery's curious eyes are bright, Margery's fingers' nro deft to suit; What does she b:iro to tho wondering light? A silent roed or a stopless flato7 Grandmother reaches a faded hand: Never a word do hor old lips nay: Close to her ear tho hollow wand She holds, with her dim eyes far away. Fainter, more vague to the dulling rcma, MargeryVJaugh with ts silvery flowl What Is It hearkens, alert. Intense. To tones of seventy years agoT "Darllngi 1 love, youP "Oh, share, dear eyes. Glances, the brpldory cannot miss!" "Whlspcrl I hear, though a breath replies!" "No. one Is looking sweetheart, one kiss!" Creepoth a flush to her withered cheek, Murmurs her voice like a dreaming shell: "Love, I am beret Canst thou hear me speakf Living or dying, I love thee well!" ., Grandmother's hair is white is snow Brown the curls which the grasses hide; Bent her torta with its burden slow A shattered pine tree her lover died. Margary, read the riddle plain! Bleepeth the lighter, or life or death? Free, at lovo'a call, to their tryst again Flying on wings of an echoed breathl Mary A. P. Stansbury, EARLY CHINESE EXPLORERS. Records In Existence Allege They Visited Mexico 1,500 Years Ago. There is abundant evidonco to show the accurate knowledgo pos sessed by tho Chinese of the coasts of the northern Pacifio as far as Kamchatka, of which country very full accounts are given by their writ ers in the sixth and seventh centu ries. Tho distance to Kamchatka from China is given with great exactness, and mention is made of the Aleutian Isles to the east of it and the custom of painting their bodies practiced by the inhabitants of these islands. It is not such a very long step from ihe Aleutian isles to tho peninsula of Alaska, and this, too, appears to be clearly indicated in the Chinese' rec ords of that early date. Further, at the end of the fifth century the Chi nese discovered, a, country lying a great distance to the southeast of Alaska, which there seems to be a good reason for placing in Mexico or Central America. The evidence for this discovery is based on the. report of a Buddhist priest named Hoei Shin, which was ordered on the official annals of the empire. Hoei Shin had returned to China from a long journey to the east in A. D. 499, and ho states that ho had visited a country which he had named Fusang after a Chinese plant which resembles one that grew in the newly discovered land, and which tho inhabitants made use of for various purposes. Ho adds va rious particulars about the country and says he had been preceded by fivo mendicant Buddhist monks from some Asiatic kingdom, who had in troduced tho religion of Buddhn into Fusang in A. D. 485., An embassy from this distant land is recorded on one occasion, but there is no record of any subsequent visit of the Chinese tp it Tho evidence consequently rests on the veracity of Hoei Shin. Attempts have been made to throw doubt on tho statements. It remains to bo considered, therefore, whether tho particulars mentioned accord with what wo know of these countries before their occupation by Europeans. It was certainly not with the Aztec monarchy that Hoei Shin came in contact, not even with tho Toltecs, those somewhat mysterious predecessors of the Aztecs. Tho journey was modo in tho dim pro-Toltec period, of which only the faintest outlines survive. Yet this ago was in all probability ono of a higher Btago of culture than succeed ing periods, if it was then, as appoars likely, that tho vast cities whose ruins still astonish tho traveler in Central America were the abodes of a teeming population and the seat of a mighty empire. It is obvious, therefore that wo have no right to expect any perfect resemblance of tho Mexican of the fifth century to tho Mexican of 1,000 years ago, while, if any points of coincidence exist, tho fact must bo of great value as evidence. Now, it is astonishing how many of the particulars in tho Chineso record do agree very closely with tho well known facts about tho inhab itants of tho district of -.America, in question. Hoei Shin tells t that the people in Fusang hod a monarchical government, with different orders of nobility. Ho speaks of their reckon ing time by cycles of years. He mentions also tho custom of accom panying royal processions with tho Bounds of horns and trumpets. He says that tho houseawer buUt ; of wooa; tnat iron was unKuowu, wi copper, gold and silver were known, but not used in exchange or much valued. Leisure Hour. fl Jill TIms1m rTmilfin IB FOIflS. ..t . k. . ..i .arraMT f msi Toruia UTer yiM' J'.tt Kfiat11 , ,ElSifSrl2lJXJ7JJSSi .- ,. , i cdfirtMiabuBiaiHciirai." sjsiTwr sasja(sajsaaaaaaBiaFwahaaii y " "I aa 1 mf W.C.CUI.TXK,CM4eM,l.V Tistt'sFills . aT J). M. Jlose "I was troubled with terrible pain in my back and also had kidney difficulty. For 27 Years I Suffered. I took Hood's Sarsaparllla and began to get better. I have not had an attack since I be gan to use.lt I was also cured of catarrh In the head and am now In good health." D, M. Bosk, Dcnlson, Iowa. ! Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 26c. AT HIS MERCY. It was almost, dark, and tho Wa ham river is much overhung in tho parts that lie between Horrabridgo and the old brick works. i In the bed of the river a man stumbled heavily aloncr. trusting more to his knowledge of tho river than to hi? eyesight. Ho was fish ing dexterously with flies that were almost whitq flies which seemed p suit admirably tho tasto of thopo small brown trout w.hich never hayo too senso to leave aipno.rno iaro pro vided for their larger white breth ren. Suddenly he hooked a larger fish, and not daring to step back beneath the, overhanging oak, ho proceeded to tiro his fih out in tho deep water. In 10 minutes he brought it to tho landing net, and as he turned . to open his creel his heart leaped in nis the , breast A man was standing in water not two feet behind him. I "Hollo The gasped. ,, "I won't insult you by telling y,ou not to bo frightened," said the. voice' of a gentleman. Thero was no mis taking it ThoBpeaker stood qijito still, with the water bubbling round his legs. He was hatless, and his hair was cut quite short. A thought flashed across tho. fish erman's slow brain,. Liko the rest of his craft ho was slower of mind than hand. "Yes," said the other, divining his thoughts; "I'm from Dartmoor. You probably heard of my escape two days ago," - , "Yes," replied tho other quietly, while ho wound up his line. "I heard of it" t "And where do they say I am." "Oh, the police havo got a clew ' as usual," replied the fisherman, i ' The escaped convict laughedibit-' terly, but tho laugh broko off Jnto a sickenincr cackle. "I've been in thoso brick works," he said, "all tho tiino meditating murder. I stole a loaf from a bak er's cart, but a; man cannot live by brood alonor-abJJ JLU ha I" t Tho fisherman held out his flask, which the other took and opened tho somewhat uncommon silver top with ease bred of knowledge. He poured himself out a full glass and drank it off. "I haven't had that tasto irj my mouth for four years," ho sai(j, re turning tho flask, "and you are, guily of felony,!' Tho fisherman! probably knew this, for ho merely laughed. . i "The question is," paid tho convict after a pause, during which they had waded back to tho bank, "wheth er you aro going-to help mo or not! Heavens I I nearly killed you whilo vou were nlaying that fish." "Ya-as," drawled tho fishernian, "Itakoitthatyou must havo been tempted. I never .heard you, owing tn flirt nnian of tho waters" k . They wero both big men, and the convict stareu cunuumy mi uw long, clean shaven faco of this; calm speakor. A sinile actually flickered tor- o. moment in his desperate eyes. "What I want," ho said, "ia your mackintosh, your waders anu( your hat also your red caso with a long Btick in it. The- handlo of your- land ing net will do. Where do you come from?" "Plymouth. . I'm. going back on tho 7:30 from tho Horrabridge." 'With a return ticket" "Yes." ; yi should like tnat iso. 'W.ffiehennan waa fll fllowly dia- (rod.; fl u Jk ft "Sup I told you to-como arid tako 'em, ho said, with a drawl airain. , Tho convict looked him up arid trSicortata - r "Then there would bo a vei tv fltrht." he .said, with a which he checked when he tba savor 01 uw yiuuu. 3, was in it. "We haven't time for a flht," aid the fisherman. i JLnd thoro camoa hotaspof e .j. .. fw.m ill n rnnviet'fl line. auaUDUk MV "" .,." JaakowaaaverybirMqne. m r . - AIi rM w Tn triA camauow. nwwuiv aw - r- ..,.. nnhnftOBavS taVt ryptw teugM. arOthat HbbbbT' aaaaafW MMiVaMMI w w " -" r - straps of bis wndore at tho jthigb, nnd eat down to ttnlco hla bf oW& , "Horo," ho enld, "mill 'em off for mA j Ho hold-tip h'U legl nnd ,t$4.cin-pct ' puucu pit i i Ho drow man ,nim. In eichrtngo tho convict hand ed him his shoes, a rt ri t "Am I ,to wear .tEcsatlho- fishor- mnn naked, with 8omothfiir,.n his voice that might have "been nmitsb- meat. "Yra-fhVfro altttlo ptitof'filffiiib, Fm afraid. Thoquee'b' ia no judge of a shoo." ,; , t-? , "I guess net," answered tho other, Imsing." , i , . wtm&teMWhllWP2.u "I sunDoSe.''rlSid,cbnvrcmh a furious. cagoi-iwss,-.',that you havo sreiiabltthofld," 'Hureantl ntucro, nnswereu mo ohor.'seart'tiuig1 "Tor'tho fefurif half ohis,iivke;t,., Wii. "Shpuld you think, now. .thnp n girl would wait f out years Wf.achap who, in t tha Byc3ovthe worlrt, was not worthtwaltingYorJ,'V Tho fisliermanj nollbohifian abso luWeal, KM wrts only; Ono answer to this BukJiO y?M a kd'aJ.fc;i9,JWyo Tevas 6om6hing:abouf this com vict'-tha't mado himtdo it,., . . . n 'Yes, I "hould,,tiiinkhd would, Givls are "not always" rational, 1 Oilier &id tiling. Uok tho mackintosh coat and tho -creel and tho rod. caso without p word, oven of thanks.. His manners were brisker, as if. tho angler's lie "had. done him good, . i .. ,, Tho change of costuinb was now complete, and, thaconvict would pass anywhoro for an innocent disciple of Izaak Walton. For a moment they stood thus, looking at each other. Then tho convict spoko. "Can vou lend me a fiver!" he asked. "Oh, yes." Carelessly operiipg bifl purso' and. displaying a good number of bank notes, he poised ono to tho unsteady j hand held but j "Want any more!" ho asked, with a queer laugh. , . , "I'll take another if you can spore it." A second note passed f r6m' hand,' td hand.... . . ' 'Thanks, " said the ponvict. 'Nbw tell me your name arid address., 1 shall'want to 'send 'theso'thingB' back rr vmi if I have dnv'luck." And the effort to steady lii's 'voice was quite apparQat. "Caleb S. Harkness, United States frieato Bruiser, now lying at Plym outh," replied the ojher tersely. ' 'Ah 1 you arb an' Anferican ?" 'That is why I don't caro a' hftngf for your, la)vs," "Mr. Horkness-ror! what' "I'm her captain,' he replied"mdd- estly.- ' ', They shook hands and. parted . Tf wnii'onlv us ho nlodded albritr .iejayisteck rpabMimpinff hi the, regulqfcpu ppe3j- Jhat.th Ar can rememDereu mat ue naaquije, jo m& ted to ask'tho convjet ony,questi ns. HeViad parted with his mackintosh, and it was pouring. , , Yet ho regretted nothing, anu at times a queer Btnilo flitted over' his, coimtohanco. Hd'wos a mrin Hold inn' mro' ilncidnd vieWa of liifl own .upon most subjects, and, 10,6119 'sus pected nun or it, PQcausq, no never sought to force them upon others. What ho loyed abbvb all in' men was that specie of 'audadoud and, gentlemanly coolness which is found in greater perfection in tho ranat of. tho British aristocracy than any where else in the. world. , , Two days later J10 received ha waders, mackintosh and brogues, alaon new' fishing rod. of the. Ivory oest quality uiado in England1 and. two 5 nbtes. Caleb S. Harknepa in due course roso as high as ho conveniently could in tho navy activouid turtied lii at tention to' tho navy1 passive, jfrliich latter means a nice, little ' House. In Washington and tho open, arms of tho best eocioty in that enlightened Thus in six years timo; wp. flfldCtf lebS. Harkness rtQYisff, not k the bed of an Engliflh trout stream, but in tho Ian of Washington luxury. It was a great night in tho govern ment citv. for England had,sent'bnV of hor brightest atara to meet the Vil minarios ua wot nsinpg BtocKinga , them on. nnd "t&V flalier- kicked tho broKnn8. towrtrd . of the United States In face camo tho bland smild Of 'an in arbitration. The British" 'Ml irmit EnKlishman talWni' naval peaceful plenipotentiary had not y'etSeehseen of tho multitude, but he waf tbeeld- eat son of a Bntisn earl aa nad a I7ii n,ra m Uuowuuv..-. . .r. . That was onouftu lor wMJBgtoa.. .WTO'"" . with somo to spare for Boston and nd the two Utf mm -rose 4 KoW York. pjmodont of the room -fcofcether. Alsp ho had proved hlide&f: eonaFPeafson'BTJonthly. to two American "atesnas t&eir xfc 8Uih u Voai of ctcamb, respecttvercretariett. HoWtttbere-1 h fa 0, fond of fore held in the highest toteem by J,. On c oecadci earlv fa all tho political P".2L. to which the woreted Btatesmen De- longed. .. . . , v ,.... The presidents leveo was uoviof ttended than usual-that is to say, there 'was not oven room on the stairs, and America's firstborn, as per election, had long ago lpet all feeling In the digits of his right " m. Tiiir.i. n..,n MoVVin fnwnnl BTarkneBS. "Harlawaa," ho eakli '! want to n'trbdaco vou td Lidy fitorrolL" Tho American followeJrwith ft smUcosta few foot; Lady StOTrolt.lotf tfio present to you Ajdmirnl ,Hnrkness, the man," he added, oyor 1'ils ohoulder, "who is froing to tnakp( Vtio United States tlfo first navay power in tho world." .nu Will; a,,yuuu uubuiuu luuyu tho htfocho went 6u". 'is llat'''tr1loV, asl:ckl tho ladv, feriulingSVitli tnat'mttttito bf girlish' heas and 'fiilglish gl-andladyiBm winch 'h'bo nbw to Caleb S. Hark- n'tJss. . . "Quito, ho .answered, "but l am not going to tell you how.". In a fow minutes thoy had found a sent beneath a marvelous stand of1 flowers, and sho was chatting away liko a Echoolgjrl, while ho listened and addc4 horo and' there a'ke'eri comment or a humorous suggestibn. Presently slio Degaii talking of her self, and.'in. na'turhl Bequerico, of nor husband, of 'th'dir'hfimb in England-, of hisdai-bor afad of her hatred of politics. "And," sho added suddenly at tho end of it, "hero is my husband." "Ah I" ho said in a peculiar, dull voice, "this is your husband 1" Sho was smiling upon tho man who annroached. beckoning to him lto come with her eyes, as women some- XiihWad. Sh6 turned sharply upon Hartae, ner"attention caught -by something in his voice. "Yesl" sho answerecL Harkness had risen with, a clatter of his sword on the polished Boor and stood awaiting the Introduction, "My husband Admiral'Harknesfl;', Tho men bowed, and' bo!fbr6''ttie,y could exchange a word a fair yotiiig 'man'camoTip. i "Phbw this isworsd than'Simla," he said then, bffering'his arm'to LadyBtbrrOl, '"Alice, "-ho- continued, "I have rdisc6vored some ices the most lovely-ices." They m6ved away, tho lady favor ing Harkness with a litflo nod, leav ing tho two tallest men in-the assenJ-J bly facing each other. , Whon they wore gone, Caleb S. Harkness, and .Lord Storrol looked, into each other's eyes., , "So." said Harkness, lapsing sud denly into a twang, ''sho waited.'1 The other nodded. Ho raised 'his perfectly "glovKSd "hand tp'''his"inua; tacne, wnicn uo tuggou jwutuvui w Either 6ido. , "Yes;'' ho -answered, "she waitcq." Then hef'looked round - the room( and sodinjr that 'they wero. almost 1 albnohttmoyed. toward thoseatjtrSt vacated by bis. wife., ,Cqmeandsit.down,"hesaid, "abd r to!11 fall imti n.liftlA ntarv." ' 'Ppes pho kpov it ?" inquircd'Haf-k-' riess when they 'were seated. "Then 1 don't want to 'lioaV litl You'd betterTceep it to yourself, J "I ah mild liko to tell vou somel of it for my own sako. I don want' you to go 'away thinking something that is riot tho fact." I "I would rath or not hayo; !tho story," persisted Harkness. This American had some, Btrongo-notiousi df a bygone virtue called "chivalry. ;"Give me a fow facte. I will string them! together." iLord Storre) was sitting forward on his low 'chair, with, his hands .elapsed between- bis knees.. They were rather 'largo handssuggestivo of manual l-ftlx)r "Suppose," ho said, without look ing round, "that a man ?s inaBtreet row in Dublin when no one loiows he is oven in tho town. ' Bupposd the orEnglisb side of tho question is gotting battered, nnd ho hits Out snd Trills w drunken beast. n '' 'f'Suposo an Innocent man is ac cused of it, and tho right cbafp is 'forced to come forward and show, up tinder a falso name and gota'flvp, years, "Suppose be escapes after three1 and half and goes homo say bag that ho has been in America cattle rariching,'hay incf always been a scapegrace and, a no'er-do-well, who never wrote homej, when he had gone off in a huff. ( "Suppose he had tried all this for tho sake of a girl, and ho hod car ried it through" Caleb Harkness had discovered that the identity of the Britkh plenipo tentiary had become known to tome 8? tho more curious of the president's guests, who wore now moaning in nocently around them as thoy sat He moved in his chair, as if ia rteo. Yes I can suppose all that," he wiid, . ' ' Tho Englishman's nerve was mar-, velous. ue saw wnai jurxneeg naa wm a moment before, and over hl matters with an American admiraL "Of couree." said he, "IaB4tyour mei-cy." , , t i. r "I was at yours once; So Itowwe !!(; llj I I,IHI iu uion a pile of thea wm dace before him. Now in Persia ealy cuenkubers are alaaoet worth thir , weiglitih gold. The sfafth iwvr said a word; but began to eat as Many of these cholera provokers as He coum Bafely do. He finished a couple cf dozen or tnem, ana tne now ana us more 'prominent guests began tofa aulgo ISO nopo ni lurtr uru wuiua jopa come, whon his maiesty quiet ly and solemnly stowed the remain Oer1 away ia his various pocket and left the table literally loaded. Loa 0Tit.MbJ. . it "i BALD HEAD -What ts the censMtton of yoirs? Is your ffair dryr I jtarsH, Bfjiii.ier uses k. spin at me enasr lias it ai Hfekss afmcaranc? Dees it fall out when combed or ' fcrnshed? 14 It' full of dandruff? Does your scalp Itch? Is it dry or In a-heatcd condition? If these arc some ef 1 yrsyj4oi3 be .warned In time orypu will ftcosg bahl. SKookunrRootHairGroweri KWBStysuUMd. lUtordtisttonUbotanccldent,tutthereinUofsclenUflo .iii.iwfc. VnnwljwIAf ihN dUMMsAf th hair and lOAln led ta thadtanar. err of bow to trUBenul1?foolrnm "eontAllt ctuhcr mfntnta nor olll.-. irw I"" IMwi be fo ie romciM. njj'auM . ir.Ei elss. ltke mt of HBDIWT.mGaUllS1WnriWIW1IUf (VUquius auuiu. nj blcau.M.iOK) 4saBi. mm nArwwww aHd ..hm.. .ha .nl. 1 K to "iiwimM eMMiat taf&T Ton Mad, dlreet to tu, and we will forward f mi J. on rfeflptot price. Grower, SLM pr botUa 1 ( t or tiXO. Soap.0Oa. uFMf finfBtH. TH8 .SKOQKUn -Wr.Sastk XHU ttOUBE PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, Natural Wood Finding, 'Cor. aoth aad Chemeketa Street. Morioy 'Bbop Geo. Pendrich, GASH MARKET " Bost meat and' tree UBUrery. 136 State Street. Leave irovement PnOFBSBIONAL ANDBUINBeB CARDS. vh. d'abot. OKO.O.DIWQKAU. 1 1 n tbe iupremd and circuit oourUof Mie s 11 tat. K, VUutaK.'Attoraty at law, talem, Ore Kon. omce 'IH cortittlerclal Street. T nniLMON KOBD, Attorney-at law, Salem. Oregoa. Offlc'e upstairs Jn Iatton blook 'rr j;BlQOKB;rVttoibeTiatflarw,8alom,Ore O.J won. Offloe overmosh's bank 'J- .Sat n Atthrfaeva' k law.' Offlfo over Capital atlonal bank, Bal6m,Ocegon. TOHN A.OAttifJN, Attorney ,at law, rooms J 8 aTidiBusB bsak'Uu)aintjHlon,Ur. '. i.::boj)ham. " W.Utnot-MEH D omoela Bush blook, between SUM and v onrU on'Oorameretal street. ME. 6n'e'o iOeUK''nogrBphr iand..!npe. 'ritest Uest equipped typewriting 01. 'one-lrt'lOregonr Overt Bash'a- Dana, talem, Oregon, . . STELLA. HHKRMAN.TTTypewrHlns; and O commercial kreu nnvvr.rooxzi 11. room U.iQray ble lock KlraUslas work., Bates reasonable York, gives sptcUlatiebUob'to1 the dla uosea of women andoeaUdreai -nose, throat, lungs, kidneys, skin diseases and anrgery. OmtVat reilaen(5e;ictiute atreeU -ponsu'ta- ton from to ja a. m. ana a to a p. m. i-i-vm W S'9prlvTniAJlAnBURaKON. )fflce siorommerclal streeUn Eldrldge block. I I..Ikj. Mlt fVlMMlfll fetrf. Krsldonce 47o Commercial street. a imoWWE, M, D.. fhysiclanaadHuiv - prtn."OBlc.t Muroby bloek: residence, 5.C 'Commercial street. klt.T.O. HMITII. Dent st. W Btaw rei ! ftaiem aaierrf. Onwou. finished' tttntal'opera Ions of every description., .rainless iPpera lons a specialty. O.PUair, Architect, pUB, ipeclOoa . tlons and superintendence, tor al. -lasses ol buildings. Offloe 360 Commercial treet, up stairs. PnoTEorioN trouau no. a a. 9. v. w. MeeUilH tbelruall lniHUt Insurance building, every frfa M. w, J. A. BEL WOOD, Ileoorder. On easy term a-nd cheep, A 10 arre orchard on Bunny Hide No. one. 8 miles south of eaiern. UMMw JOUNHAUT. The'LINE That LEADS: ALL OTHERS FOLLOW. 2 THROUGH DAILY TRAINS ' UAVIN6 PORTLANDrJg ; m. m. 3 1 DAYS to 2 CHICAGO HonirNksp i .Hours "!' VSte'"11 K"" Pullman ihd'To'uriif -Steeper, Free declin ing Chair Cart, Dining Can, or rat anraea-l)rsMi sail oa r addroas, W. H. UORL.BURT, Aact, O, V. A. XM Waalrnlon JH.. PrturlAxn. Itaant BLOOD DISORDERS A New Remedy fait polSTln-l A U004. aad a J-" rf alihjr bar Mr ik lUunu tfltni lo tugtrtn for lbs tm Wa M falud,Vn4 d wtB art USTu sli a Tim SyeclSr m Ml Stniht Mi Pnlailrt and mJ-in. Su lif row nmy h Movwy and othy I Va uaiU a ur tfrffouA Mint W0FFAT eWEWCAL Ci iiertratftWMt paBTfjucw, 'JaWrW' r.yyvv.i .'vrtvvvwvyvw C I (MVn evrts isasanj-, ana Brtnctnarcnuttaij kee.tfcr. sad fra from irriUtlnc ernDtlom. by UdottroTSJMnuMie ituel$, wkteh d on 1 ROOT HAIR GROWER CO., Aveqae, Kpw York Screen i Poors -"AND JOBBINO. .IIRPHY. & Winstanley. 21SHlgh street. ,HORTBs BliM. J.LASHBY. TPalce. It ! EVENING JPORNAL, Meat Market, SI0atCoBuatrOlal .Street, aeodmeats, ..Prompt delivery. Only 3 .cents a day delivered at David McKillop, JOHN C. .MARTIN, -Hoimjioeing. BLAOKSMITHING. ' orders at Balem lm. State Street, - - Oo.-, pa HUte street, "!- J. H. HAAS, TBP5 VATCHMAKEB, 1 ' '2I5X Commsreltl St, Silemj Ortgoni (Next door to Klein'.)! Specialty, olBpeoUoles, and repalrlns Qlooks, t ""watnhwi and .Tewelrv " "n ' 'Smith1 Premier Typewriter, Bold on easy payments. For Beat. W., I. STALEY, Agent, Salem. . N.IRURI'KE, Gen I Agent, JOlHThlrd: HW Portland., iHend forlcalalngne. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE moTKip. DeyscWvt)wm7 When nxt In need fey a elr. tin Um, wrtd. L.4SM 3.0fi 14.00, 42.lt "; Z.QB rllW fMUBtCt- U.00 .29, t2. ran BOYS 4I.7S ran Q s if , u.. u nnrsa SUniP. mA im ha tatatl iKIm, don't fy (6 to $8, try mrfi, $3 JO, H&O 6V J5SH4. Tha fit qua) to cuttom miisaMlookasd wsaruwelU lfyw(iIhtoKonomInyrfitr'ri h to by iirehiln W. pogiM,8h?i, him aiw prls ittroMd wi the bottom, look for It when you buy W.tjOUCILAS,Brckton,jBTas. Sold by. Kkaurse Bros. HOWARD, The House ..Mover. ; .481 Marlon Street. lias the bfrst facilities lor moving and rats' lor bouses. Leave orders at Gray tiros., or address Halem. Oregon, Froi.Tii6A wlalwiw PoinU Lit nil , Is the line to;UkS To all Points East and South. It la tbe dining- ear route. It runs thronfh vestibule trains, every day (n tha year to ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO (No chaae of oars.) OMspoaed of dlnlsf can nnsurpaased, . tollman drawln room sleeper TOURIST Sleeping Cars. Best that can be constructed and la which acaoraBiodattciM am both tre and lH aUhed for holAera of Srat m4 second-claw Mekets.and T r LXOAKTDAY OOACHEH. Aoontlnuota llsa etwaajtlnr with all tlnaa.aaordlar direct auS nnlntemipted servtoe. frllmaa all ' ons can bas. mira In adva"1 . any agent 0 Uinta. TbroutU ticket to and from all points . taAraerlnalKncStd an1 Europe fan be parehasad at any ticket omee 01 litis r". .... lor rates,, lUlUfurul rates, tima tA tuns.rnatai andotutr dtal auii imuruwiwii ciuuviuiui uuia ob aj'BjUuUt A. D. OHARLTON, Aaalatant .Oenaral V wuuir An.9L Mft. lB,Ofai ' rim aire! , or. B' "1 T fH) .IJSHB a wm t 1 H9 Northern Pacific Railroad EWricljghts, TO CONSUMERS : Tbe Salm Llcht and i'ower CotaxxiaT. t et -.'pein nTe equipped tholr Kloetno Llelil plant with the nivua modern api-nruta Jii uVrt ttAuf i.ft In iffor Ihn nhlfftn hAltr .lljlit thBO any symnn ana. it. it ra.U lower tjian wiiclty on tlie M.Ait, ' Arc and Incandescent Light ing. tlcctric Motors ler xll ptjses where nwcr is re quired ltb-i:euroacanlii Mtiol foras manj-Ugl1s tu dnlred and the ronmilncru puy for only aoa Itirhts ' urn ued. This belu registered I Dy au' iledrlo Meter. Offloe 179 Commercial St. Frqsjir- ue- iNews- ?aj)eFSr Fruits- find ttndles. , J. L. BENNETT t SON. P. O. Bloolc T. W. THORNBURG, The Upholsterer, Remodels, re-oovers and repairs ttnholatered furniture.,! class work. Chemeketa street jeie ret-i eet.' galena Btate Insurance block. , De.utscher Advocat. TOFFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR. , A,jraltted to practice In all the courts. . special attention gtvea to ueneaa- speaa Ing 'people nud ,buTnc at tba county and IMomoos. E. HOKEH, Notary 1'ublle. The Yaquina .Route, m 11 jl And Oregon n-ovelopraent company'i ship, liner, 226 miles- Bbortor, SO ho tlmo tbnn by any other route, Kli s steam. lours 'Iwa route, lrtieiBe freight lino' from through passenger r, and orimnu onu nil 1 Vtlnta In the WlUawetw valley to and rromltan Francisco. TIME BOHKPUiiE, (Exoept Sunday.) rir AlbanyMl.-00 p rn, I l,vtCorvallUl:) p m Ar Yaaulna.:! p m LVTfndnlna ftis a m Lrcorvalil. lft am Ar Albany.ll.-U)a m a 4 O. trains connect at Albany nnd Cor. vallls. ' The above trains eonueet at Yaquina with the Oregon Develepmeut Oa'a line of steam era between 'Yaquina and Ban Fnmolsee ., N. B. faaaesgsm from Portland and all Willamette valley point can wake ctoro -con nection wan i no ira action with tbo tralnsoftba Yaaalaa Houte at Albany or Corvallla and It deallned V Baa Kranolaoo should arrfta,re to arrive at Yaquina thwdvdnliiv hrriri datauf salllnir. I'astengtr and Jfltelght Kates always the lowest For information .apply ta Messrs. IlULMANAOo., Freight and TloUet AgenU 100 and 301 Front BircH, IortthUdi liti, or tt O. rtoaurc, Ao'toew'i VU,& Pass. Agt, Or. 1'uciflo It. 11 Kf . Oon'allis, Or. C. II. HA8WELU Jr.. Gen'li'rolght and Pass. Act. Ore ltavnlnprnf nt Co., ISO Montgomery Ht East and South -VIA- THE SHASTA ROUTE of the Southern Pacific Company. CAurouKiA xxenxtm traik buk sailt b. TWKBK roKTIJtMD AND 8. r. "Houlli. .NnU. fcaea.in 7,-tiup.m 7:UU ti. III. hlH p. in. 10. in a.m. f.v. t.T. Ar. Portland Buleui Han Kran. Ar. l.v. AImivo trrtlnn MUiiiTiuiy uT luUowlnu Hand Or stations tifirthof Wilnrft,..H &!..!.. . A Ih. ..M.1.an. Uh.. : iioseuunr, tJ' 1 on Or")gtnCity it, llaUe, Harrlbur(,JuuctlouL-ty,lrvlDgua TO UUUUUI U. DWVUli 4&IVHII J Anu0M, uvuua KflKeno. lUWEMUIUIMAll. IlAII.y, &30 a.m. I.V. liV. Ar. TortlanS Ar, taOr.a, Halem l.v, I 1:10 p. m. Koaebnrc lv. 7.-O0 a. m Ually Kxccpt Saoday. 11:17 a. in V60 p. tH. Albaay Local 0 0. Bl. W Portland ealem Albany Ar. 7TlO)sj -.17) a. 1 r,)ttei)8a.l fiOdHajau i-M p.m. hrt LT. tow p. m Ar. XiV, . . 1h1K Crw h Jgrfe Kftttte PULLMAN BUFFET- SOWERS AND Second Class Sleeping Cars Attached to all throagh train. iVest Side WviaT"Blw ?M ail (krallk: PAILY-CKTCWT SUKBAT). 7:) a. m. lifclt p. m. rHirUand trvallta 5: wpTw. )0p.m. Ar. At Albany aad Oorvallia eonneot tralaa aTOraaon I'uoMo Railroad. wits HXfKKlTHAINIIIll.r aKUSITUNUAy 1:W p. in. I t.vT Trtw.rn. I Ar. irorTlu4 MnMlnnvllla "aTi I.V. rt)6a.m W0a. TMKtUtiM, MCliETH To all poliiu la tha Xaatera irtaUa, rauada and ICqrejB eaa pe obtained at loweat ralaa irUm TT. FT. 0V&l null, AH,WHH. K.P. KOQKsMI. At,l AM. H. r, NMt jraae.AS'l Manr - rt, KiiRniinn, WiSCOSIN CENTRAL LINES, (HtWs rWc R. R. Ce,, Us.) UTESTTJNEGARD. " Twa Tkwgh Trabx Daily. e.3apmj I Mian a Sits fcatpoa Idlipm lft:.Mwil 1 &pll 7.1fiW i:uhi T.SpM iHtruiai 1 .. uaiBia, a 1 - Anhhutd. a 76pn 4Mm !( ycaiHv.i Hi Tickets eotd and ttuouah WiU aS to H points la Umi U I tralaa sjpa aisst sd . 1EG.0N PACO . WaArjfo:tt.MtWaHsartoc . 4aVfl,VOMn. 1 rerisHi maunaaaaaa aaaar ' ,A ,)Tl4i1.,Ckto,n 'i -tl a M KsWAVMtnAAU,