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Lat and all tho time Hood's SamparllU roani i)Ut It has secured an endore
SK'SSSSl -nt from a. ending suvermnn In a
throughpurlfledblood-cnreiofcrofula, recent Issue it prints a letter from J.
Mlt rheum, eczema, rheumatism, neural jj. Klctelicr of the late Dally PiWl
&T!"5S!S,ltt bl.l.lr recommending tl.eBt.te.man
to the former readers f the Post.
k Al Cfc Gov. Fletcher says In his letter that
Jtnk M WW Cl jf W ,e "would beg to recommend the
Btrllcea at the root of the- disease and Statesman as an active, reliable, up-
ellmlnatcf oyer sjerm of Impurity, to-dutc newspaper, and to bcfipcak for
Thousand, tcatlfy to awoiuw cure- .
blood disease by Hood'a Haniapaniia,
although discouraged by the failure of
other medicine. Hembmbcrthat '
other medicine. UemamiXT tnav
OcU SctparlUct '
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HfMKlS PillS ew to operate. 2Sc ,
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Daily Capital Joiwl
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.MONDAY, JULY J3, !.
SHOULD UK NOMINATRD.
The nominee of .the silver Demo
crats at St. Louis Is W L llryan, of
Nebraska. Among party men ho has
b'cntlie abU'st nn.l foreni'st ulminp
Ion of ludopeudeut bimetallism In the
TTnlU'd State-. j. should Iks nomi
nated as the Union illmetalllc presi
dential candidate at tho St. Louis
Populist and silver conventions held
The money power nnd tho politici
ans ror revenue In all parties who can
be bought or persuaded by the hope or
gain rrom another course, will oppose
this. There will also bo somo honest
mlddle-ln-the-road Populists who will
oppo.so this. .When David was ap
pointed king or Israel the elders came
to make a league with him, saying:
Except thou takeaway tho blind and
tho lamo thou shall not coino Into
Jerusalem. And ho ordered tho blind
nnd tho lame to tho rear and went In
und ruled ovor Israel tor rorty years.
So In this case, unless tho blind and
tho lamo and baiting politicians can
bo- sent to tho rear llryan cannot
enter tho "White house and tho gold
standard will again triumph and tho
money power will rule tho peoplo to
their destruction. Harmony among
tho silver elements must bo made a
reality and discord an unreality.
For this all men who lovo honor,
honesty and principle should labor
Tho Hllver republicans will do all In
their power to bring about a harmon
ious union of forces along tho lino of
principle, and fulling In that they
will only voto for Mr. McKlnley under
protest or will not voto nt all. Thoy
will go to St. Louis nnd labor to secure
for Mr. Bryan tho endorboiuent of tho
Independent blmotalllsts In national
convention assembled and thoy bo
Hovo tho rank and lllo of tho Populist
party uro at heart In favor of their
leaders and delegates at St. Louis do
Ing tho Batno.
Tho present Marlon county court
has held Its llrst session and has given
tho Impression or beluga good Iwdy or
business men. Judge TorrlU camo
across tho plains with ox-team plo
neors and has been ouo or tho builders
of Oregon. Ho Is an enterprising
business man. The other now mem
ber, Mr, Davis or Sllvorton, Is also a
man who represents both city and
country Interests and Is-dlspohod to bo
fair and careful. Wo bellovo that
when this court gets well Into tho
harness It will do very satisfactory
work for tho peoplo of Marlon county.
Times litivo been closo tho past two
years and tlio outlook for crops Is not
such as to cucourago tho hopo of any
great prosperity. It will bo necessary
to keep down tho county expenditures
to tho lowest
limit ror somo tlmo to
Did You Ever.
Try Electric hitters a a remedy for your
troubef ii not, get ooiub now u tci
telleC Thli medicine hat been found to be
peculiarly adapted to the relief and cute of
all Female Compla'uti. exert wonderful
jtmrt influence In plvlno itrenclh. and tone to
tic errant. If you have low uf Appetite,
CsawupaHo0! Headache, Fainting b'pclU, or
e Jiaroai, aieepiew. uxcnu;c, ;"
t&eiror troubled with ly Spell. Weenie
Kauai u tiu mnllclni! vou need. Hcaltu and
3air are euarcnteed by. its ute, .Fifty.
(URHWwd itjtatt fred A, Legfta Wrug oe
A SILVER ENDORSEMENT.
ThcSalcni gin Hainan U not only
nuslriir as liio friend of the laboring
,.,,,,., ,lt t,0 hands of our
Wc like to print such a letter from
a leading silver man. Itshowsa gowl
deposition toward our erring goldlte
brothor, and If he win now get a work-
luginaii sgoiu siauuani umu uig.iii-
ImI, II will go far with Governor
Fletcher's certllfcate of character
1 - iwnnl romovlng the Impression that
" ,.,,. . .,
Mn Stnu-Hiiian s ent re y the organ of
the politician- urn! bankers Hover
nor KlelrliiThays: "We will be-qwuk
from our former patrons thesamc gen
erous patronage for the Statesman
that has been accorded the Post In the
past." We like lo we till rnitcrn.il
feeling existing between gentlemen
wlm hold such radically opposing
views on the money question. It
speaks well for the "entente cordial"
of Oipltal City Journalism In the
future when two men of such radically
opposite convictions on the vital Issue
of the day can recommend each other's
work to the public.
In the Post's valedictory occur these
werds: "The times have become so
hard and money so tight, that wo find
It cannot longer lxs run without loss
to ourselves." From these words of
confession we do not take It that Gov
ernor Fletcher In any way abandons
his free silver views. Ue will bo
round voicing thoe sentiments with
tongue and pen In future as In tho
pnst. He docs not seem to fear that
the gold standard Statesman ho so
cleverly recommends to his readers
and to tho public will in the least
counteract his sound teachings on
this (luestlon. Governor Fletcher
seems perfectly willing all his free
silver rentiers shall have n dally doso
of the plates and pictures furnished
by tho New York sound money club
and printed In tho Statesman, to
which his subscription lists have been
SILVER AND lI.OTUTION.
Tho Salem gold organ Is vory severe
on the silver Republicans bocauso they
claim they are protectionists. Itcau-
not see In tt slncoro blmotalllst any
thing but a Populist, a Domocrator
an enemy of tho country. The fact Is
that no man can honestly and consist
ontly say ho Is In favor or protection
to American labor and American In
dustries unless ho Is also willing to
protect thorn against money monopoly.
ThoBlnglo goltl standard and free
trade go hand in hand In England,
nnd tho laborers and runners are cry
lug otitngalust both. Tho single gold
standard depresses tho prices or both
labor and prices or products, while It
leaves taxes and Interest high. A
lower rate or Interest is tho only
thing that will protect our producers
against conllscatlou. Our farmers
cannot earn enough out or their crops
to sell In competition with silver
countries In the markets or tho world
and pay high taxes, gold Interest and
linvo anything . loft. A protective
tnrltr without bimetallism to stop
railing prices, Is it rarco so far as the
runner and laborer Is concerned, and
unless thoy prosper tho business man
ami uaiiKor cannot live. There is
more protection to tho farmer In
bimetallism than In protection, bo
causo It will stop moiioy contraction.
Miss Olllo Morris or Solo, was badly
-scalded, by tho upsetting or a tea
kottlo or boiling water, llershoulder
and Bldo aro badly burned.
CMKral and Ncrvou3 Debility.
Weakness of lVxlr nnd
Wind, Kirocta, ot Error
Manhood fiillr ltustorvd,
llovr to KnUrtro nnd
Btrennthpa WeaK, Un
developed Portlpna of
Mcdy. Absolutely uu.
Unutta lu n day,
fiO MtnlnA filul Wtrotfn
Countries. Bind for Ikwerlptl2 Nook, exi
jlanr.tlou aud proof, mailed (touted) true
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M'KINLEY THEN AND NOW.
Win. McK nicy, of Canton, Ohio, I
f. , . , ,i t-i I
publican candidate for the Prcsl-'
dent of the United States, Is making
seeches In response to congratulatory
and notification addresses, In which
he out-IIannas Ilunim In the vlJitlencc
with which he attacks everything of
a monetary nature that does not savor
or a gold standard.
At his homo Sat-
unlay, he spoke ror the gold standard,
and acquiesced In thespeech or Thurs
ton, In which among other things,
that speaker said:
The Itcpubllcan party stands ror a
dollar on which tiiore snau oe an
American eagle, but with no feathcts
dragged In the dust.
The Republican party In Its plat
form stands for a dollar which It
wants to back with the faltli and
credit or "0,000,000 people, and for
another dollar which It has dragged
In the dust and which It desires to
still farther drag In tho dust, to the
impoverishment or the people and to
tho enrichment or the gold gamblers.
McKlnley knows this, and tho tlmo
was when ho would not have been
avec to saying so. It might bo In
teresting to note briefly tho olllclal
record or Win. McKlnley on tho silver
question bcrorc Marcus Aurcllus
Hanna put the olllclal gag In his
On November 5, 1877, In the house
or representatives, ho voted ror
Bland's Tree coinage bill.
On January 18, 1878, ho voted ror
n rosoiiiLion (icciannir miiu mi
i,n nnvnmmnnt, lintuls Issued under
Mm rnoiMiintlmi Ill'l, iWftm lMlVlllllO. I
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principal and Interest, at tho option
or tho government, In silver notiars.
When tho llland bill camo back
rrom tho benato with amendments
providing for tho coinage of not less
than $2,000,000 nor mora than $1,000,
000 or silver per month, Ilowltt, or
Now York, moved to lay It on tho
table. On February 21, 1878, Mc
Klnley voted "No."
rrcsldont Hayes vetoed the bill.
On February 28, 1878, McKlnley voted
Tor Its passago over tho voto.
April 8, 188(1, on a proposition to
suspend tho purchttbo and coinage or
silver bulllon.on July 1, 1880, McKln
ley voted "no."
August 28, 18SK1, when tho re
peal or tho silver purchase act
was carried, McKlnley was not a
member or congress, but ho made a
public address In which ho urged that
"tho silver product or tho country
should not bo discriminated against."
On September 28, 1801, In another
public address ho denounced thoso
who voted ror tho repeal or that law.
Win. McKlnley did not think .then
tliiiti a silver dollar dragged the
feathers or tho American caglo in tho
dust, nor does ho think so now. Tho
voice Is tho voice or McKlnley, but
tho hands arc tho hands or Hanna.
REPLY TO "REPUHLICAN."
In Hofer's paper last evening thoro
appeared a cammunlcatloii signed
"Uackwoods Republican," but writ
ten by himself, In which ho utters a
whine because tho county central
committee dld not Invito him to
stump the county lu tho last cam
paign. Very few peoplo pay any at
tention to tho fellow's vaporlngs, but
this Imullcd censure of tho countv
couim It tee Is unjust. Thcv refused to
send him out to speak, notwithstand
ing his anxiety to eo, sunn y oecauso
tho country Republicans would not
have him. This was tho feeling all
ovor tho county and explains why tho
commitieo roiuscu to nave anytuing
to do with him. -Statesman, July I).
Tho editor of tub jouunai. never
asked tho county commltteo to take
part on tho canvass. Ho was asked to
do so by Republicans and refused.
Ho mado no speech after the conven
tion except at Jctferson, and that was
a pcoplo's meeting. Ho has no doubt
tho county chairman got tho best
speakers ho could, nnd conducted the
canvass to tho best of his ability.
Children Cry v
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Ran rranelsro. "'"""' "'"
Chicago. July 3.Vheat, cash S4Jc;
New v "ki Ju y 3 Silver, o6
Portland. July 3. Wheat valley, 51a
52; Walla Walla, 53.154.
FlourPorilanil. 2 8: Ilenton county,
2 8?: craham. 2 ?e: superfine. J2.25 per bid.
85; graham, 2 50; superfine. J2.25 per bbl.
Oats White. 2tfa28c; prey, 2426;rolIeJ,
.. i- " ' " 1 . . s . .
Potatoe. . Oregon,
oc; Kalem Oregon,
Millstuns..Uran, $13 coi4.oo;horts,$i5.
Poultry- Chickens, mueU,J2(3.oo, orou
en, .5o3J ducks, 415: yeese, 56;
turkeys, live, l2c;dreJed, 15117c.
Hidea.. green, salted 60 lbs 5c; under
60 lbs 44ViC; sheep pelts, !o7oc.
Hops. .Oregon, 2 to 3c, according to qual.
butter.. Oregon fancy creamery, 2o25;
fancy dairy, 20; fair to good, 15.
Cheese .Oregon full cream, lo.
Eggs,, Oregon, ncperdoz.
lleef. .Topstcers, 3.00(3.25 per lb; fair
to good ateers, 22 3'5ci cow. 2i2Vic!
drewed beef, iSl,c.
SAN VKANClbCO MARKET.
San Francisco, July 3 Wheat, 950
Wool.. Oregon, choice, M7cj inferior 4
5c, valley, 9toc.
Hop Quotable at 23c.
Potatoes 6o8oc per sack.
Oats Milling, 752.
Wheat. .43c per DU., market firm.
Hay.. Baled, cheat, 5.oo5.50i timothy,
Flour.. In wholesale lots, 3.00; retail,
3.20; bran, bulk 11.00; sacked, 12.00;
shorts, 12.00 13.00; chop feed, n.oo
Poultry.. Spring chickens, loc lb.
Hogs.. Dressed, 31,.
Live Cattle.. 22.
Sheep.. Live, 1.25.
Wool.. Pest, 12MC
Hop. .Uest, 45o.
Eggs,. Cash. ioc.
Butter.. Host dairy, Sc; fancy creamery
Smoked Meats . Bacci, 7c;
oi shoulders, 5C.f
35c per bu
Uneklon'o Arnica Snlvo
I'ltc Itcst Sulvc iii the world foi CuW,
soics, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Uhcum, Fever
and nil Tetter. Chapped hand. Chilblains,
Bruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
Live per fee satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 ccnt3 a box For sale by Fred A
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stocc of
brushes of all kinds in the
state. Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of ijrass seeds,
YEW PAUK REPUBLICAN CLUD-A
mettlnc of this club will be held at the Yew
Park school on Tuesday the 14th Inst, at 8 a.
m, to elect delegates to the county convention
of Republican clubs, and to elect officers and
to transact other business of thu club,
by order of executive committee. 7.10 3t
THE OREGON PEACH BITTERS is now
reduced to $0.50 per dozen if the cash ac
companies the order. Per bottle 75 cents.
Send direct to the manufacturer, 11. Klas,
Aumsville, Or. 7-9 im
ACJIANCr. TO MAKE MWEV-Acttve
agents, both men and women, are wanted to
sell tho nsw dish washer. Inquire of N, W.
uairetson,at me oriuge on Wgnteenth st.
HERE'S VdUlt (IIAN'CK.wA nrnm!,.,..
wants to trade a good weekly newspaper office
in good town for unincumbered improved Sa.
lem property. No opposition. Good rea.
sons. Information at this office. 6 18 if
SALE Drivlnc mare for sale at a bar-
gain; wciRht about 1160: good traveler, In
quire of Win. brown & Co. 30 tf
FCTR SALE At a bargain, tine residence
and earner lot, near city hall. For further
particulars Inquire at thls.office. 6-23 tt
FOR SALE OR KENTv-40 acres land's
miles out. Partly improved, wood and
pasture, good house, large barn, 2 acres
bearing orchard.lot of small frult.good water.
Wood btumpat;c can be had. Hon 145. Salem
WK1XS 'Dug, drove, lwred and repaired.
Auurcsa a. uari, soutn aaiem, is ti
HAvFOR SALE 1 will commence to dc
lbe r hay about the 20th to auv persons want
ing a fine quality of mixed hay, consisting of
ciuvcr, uiue grass, orcnaru crass, ana other
grass. Later on I will have timothy and
cheat Leave orders at John Hughes' store,
or with H S. Fhomas, or let me know by
postal card, Saltw. Geo. E. Allen. 7 15 im
1'UllLlC MEN, POLITCIANS AND llUS".
iness houses can obtain all newspaper infor
mation from the press of tho state, coast and
country from the Press Clipping bureau,
Allcu's) 1 Union block. Portland. 12 aotf
I'Al'ERS Portland, Sacramento, beattle,
Tacoma and San Francisco papers on sale at
Miller's Postoffice block
J O. NEWS STAND.-Local SubscripnoU
Agency for all newspapers and magazines.
Fine atock ot'clgata and confectionery. F.
f s tt mapv. IMUTYpT Jl IVT UAC'UIpD I
I l 11. IV! .lS a. Ill I II U II I.AIII .11 II
Successor to r. J. M. Kc ene. ol 1 I lie
Corner. Salem, Or. Parties desiring uperior
operations at moderate fees in any branch are
in especial request. .
Peter G, Nofgren,
(Formerly with 1. J. I-aen Co,) m i
Carr age nnd v. agon shop, 3j , C0"1"'61"
street Hrlng on )oar ork, old or new and
have it done llh a guarantee or satisfaction.
0 2bdv tl
Meots all mail and passenger trains. Hag
age and express to all parts of the cit
rompt service, Telephony jNRA)ER
Capital Transfer Co.
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Express, baggage and all kinds cf work
me promptly. Leave orders at Patton s
MONEY T9 LOAN
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans.
rnnsltlffipd without delaV
HAMILTON & MOIrt
Bush Rank buildinH.
MONEY-TO LOAN I
On city or farm property.
Over Bush's Bank,
T. K. FORDJ
F. VAN DER BAAN,
Carpenter, Builder and Jobber.
481 Winter street.
np"Hard times prices always.
ill Co-nnercUl st , St'e 1 I
HSuits S15 upwards. Pants J upwjn.ls'fj
C, M. Eppley,
formerly of Clark & Cpple . Is now
prepared to serve ill- pu'il 1 willi
everything first clast in h. . nc, at
Simpson Bros, old stand.
- THE ELECTRIC GROCER . -
. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JFAVLLER,
Makes a sp"lalty of fine repair work, Seth
Thomas cloeU, en.., 215 Commercial Street
WHAT IS SAID.
Borne say we eive the bet meal in
tqwn for 15c. Ws ay try uh and see.
S. RICHARDSON. PROP.
l.'iT.Second doo north of Uctel Willamette.
SALEM WATER CO.
Office) Willamette Hotel Buildincr
For water service tpply at office, bill
payable monthly in advance. Make a
complaints at the office.
There will lie no deduction In water rate
on account of temporary absence from the
city unless notlco is left at the office.
Hereafter water for Irrigation will only be
furnished to regular consumers using watei
for domestic purpose. Contractors for side
walks, brick work and plasterinc will plcave
read "under building purposes" page 17 of
schedule of rates for 1803. Apply at ofhc?
ON THE DOLLAR
Ed. S, Lamportf
289 Commercial st
Has bought the Frank E Shak
fcr and the M. Beamcr harness
stocks at forced sale, S4.000
worth ot goods will be disposed
of at 50 cents on the dollar,
bign of the White Horse,
I am prepared ;to do all kinds of work, In
wood and iron Repairing machinery of
,"' """ " "j'K " rcpamng stone cut
ters, tools and edged tools of any kind made
u itj-nircui wagons ana buwies repaired,
and new ones made to order, llorseslioeinc
the best that can bo done in town-hand
ri'r:.:r -. .my 5 ". t too
.1Wia ircci, oacK ot New York Racket
Ladlos Who Valuo
A reflned complexion west use PononVs Pow
aer. It produces a aott and beanttfnl tktn.
, .". rKlvF,rll elass Pas,ure ' boes
or cattle Just bouth of Morningsido. $1.00
tou.01 "'Gra and water. Inquire at
jOURXArofijee. 6 8 , m'0
F6li SALE. -One house and two lots, sit
uated in Wheatland. Yamhill county. All
set in good fruit. For sale at a bargain. The
C'V i'wt kmwn he Wheatland
ho el. prlce iSo, Address, A, care Jour"
C. H. JLANhC,
I UULI Jlllll m Jirjuuit ti
T. II). BROWN.
187 Commercial street. Salem. Oreeor.
Tlic choicest article of the kind manufac
tured. Made right here at Salem. Nothing
equal to It for desserts, drinks or table use.
Call for it at II. G. Sonnemann'a Grocery
Please notice the cut in prices
on the followinffi
Shirts, plain locents
..5 to locents
..e. to locents
Snrkis. ner nnir
Handkerchiefs 1 cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 ccnts
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per doien,
and other work In proportion.
Flannels and other work inj
(clhgcntly washed by hand,
Col, , Olmsted Prop,
W0LZ L MIESCKE, Proos.
Dealars In all kinds of fresh and silt meats
trpTreih sausage a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST
Eastern R. R. Company
LYAQUINA DAY ROUTE,
Coniucting nt Vaauina bay with the Sa
Francbco V: Yaqulna bay Steamsldp Co.
Sails from Yaqulna every 8 days for San
Francisco, Coot Pay, Port Orford, Trinidnd
and Humbolt Pay.
Cuxengur acc-o;D, nidations unsurpassed.
Shortekt route leteen the Willamette valley
Fare from Albanv or pointt west to Ban
Francisce: Cabin, 0J steerage, $4; to Coos
Day and Port Orford, cabin fo; to Humboldt
Day, cabin 8; round trip, good 60 days, spe
Steamers "Albany' and "Wm. M. Hoag,"
newly furnished, leave Salem dally, except
Saturdays, nl 1 1 a m., arriving at Portland
the same day at 5 p m. Returning boats
leave Portland same day ns above nt 6 a. it.,,
arriving at Salem at 3 p m.
EDWIN STONE, Manager, Ccrvallls, Or.
J. .'. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. P. D LDWIN, Local Agent.Altona Dock
ONE-HAU' SIZE OH OOX
I has been tbb jtandard for fortr year and I
- "! -m luauvivtuvlvlB.
M.th.M..luu.l . . - . .
rofreablnir, cleanlr, healthful and hannloM.'
A delicate, lnxlilUlo protection to tho face. I
I nlllriit NeoWU'H tlOIA I'VVMf
at DnuaaisTS and vanoy btohes.
HOME UOARD.-Uood table board, with"
home cooking, served in family style, only
$2 a wo k. 105 Commercial street. 6.12.1m
LARPET PAPER Large lot pf heavy
biown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Just
the thing for putting under carpets. Call at
.: fa ,(..wrlcan
l. -.u . .... t w.w
. r ,- jji;aiioa ana rree Handbook write to
' .NN 4. CO., t BaoiDWAT. Naw You.
1 .-t bureau for ecurtng patonu In America.
K'cTWnt taken out by uU brought txfore
the yuhlio by a noUce etren free of charge la
1 ' anr Klentlflo paper In the
-M11 1. Ha lutelllirrQt
Thn Rncu rVnei-n
TO VBK W M mnmmm
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co,
0:50 p. m.
ior.j5 a. rn
Jefle'rson, Alhany Al&iul",?"'
Shedds, HalseylhrS S
Eugene, Cresw.ll, Drain.i aid '.? 0,T.
from Roseburg to Ashland X?Lt' ,Ui
ROSRUURO Milt .....
-! " "AILT.
- ' -""" " bmi am
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROuH"
and second-class 1 cenlnn , 1 r" ..
., r---b " unca loin
through trains. '
U'UilT Cine ......
Between Portland and Corvallii, dn. ,
cept Sunday.) ' l
'7:30 a.m.! Lv. t'ortland. Ar. Ibot, T
12:15 p.m.fAr. CorvalUs. LvjiutSln
A. At.HH.. -.l r 11
..i "i., unit murrains connect v
ams of Oregon Central & Eastern Ksilrou,
Express train daily except aonday.
4:43 p. in. I Lv. Portland Ar. I
7:S p. m.j Ar. McMinvilleLv
fn all nnlntt in th Piiijn Ui.u n 1.
and Europe can be obtained at lowest rstti
trom w.w. nh.ijMt.K, Aeent. Satn.
E. P, ROGERS, Asst. G. F. k P. A..
R. KOEHLER, Manager. ' '
t Si. I'iiiil to.
Of the Chicago, Milwaukee and kSt. 1'iti
Railway and note its connectloa with U
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Onsu,
-1 t ...!.. ATnn 41, Ihll It, tn.'ni
are lighted with electricity and ;
...on. Tit rnnlnmrnl is -SUDClb. hUCUt
DufTeti library, smoking and sleeping tin,
with free recllnlnq chairs, wen nri
car tieilhhas an eUctric reading limp, wa
..- ii.; ... .!, Ivt In thevorld.
Other lines are longer than this, but noe
are shorter, and no other offers ihe abort Inj
urious accommodations. These are ssfioiil
reasons for the popularity of ''The Mdv
kee." Coupon ticket agents la ""
road office will give yon further inforeuuee,
or address . , , ,
C. J. EDDY. General Ajen,
J, V. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Apat.
0. R. & N, CO,
TO THE .EAST GIVEf'niE CIIOIC
Via Spokane M'wPl'&w
ver Omaha and Kansas Ciiy-HtW
eastern cltle.6cEAN cmEs..
Steamers leave Alnworlli dock. rf
May 17. . 7 JuneJ;:' to
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