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Daily Capital Journal
BY MOPBR BROTHBR8,
F1UDAY, SEPT. 18, 1896.
PRESIDENTIAL TICKET.
i .
For "Independent American Bimetallism
and People's Government.
At
For President,
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN,
of Nebraska.
For Vice-President.
THOMAS WATSON,
of Georgia,
ORCCO.V UNION l-RLSlDKNTIAI. ELECTORS,
N. L. ISUTLEK, Polk County, Democratic
M. L. OLMSTED, Baker County, Peoples.
HARRY W ATKINS, Yamhill Co., Peoples.
E. 1IOFER, Marion Co., Silver Republican.
ELDER BARKLEY'S MEETINGS.
Hon. II. L. Ilarkley will speak as follows:
Orojon Cily, September lo; Albany, Sep,
ternbirli; Eugene. September i2;Corvallis,
September, 14; 1'uledo. ScuU'intier is
Lebanon, September lOj McMinnville, Sep
tembcr 1 7; Jelfcrson, Se tcmber IS: UriinlV
1'aw, Scptemlier 22; Clatkanie Septeinbei
2-j; Kaljina, Wah., September 2G.
BRYAN NO DODGER
Bryan says: "If you want the gold
standard don't vote for me. I will
open the mints lo free coinage of gold
and silver at the present ratio as sure
as I nm elected and take my o'lth of
olllcc as picsldent on the 4th of
March, 1807. I will make an open
road from the mines of our piecious
metals to the mints of our govern
ment and take no gold or silver at
becond hand."
The goldbug who don't know that
gold and silver are the precious money
metals of the entire world, can't see
the merit of a plain man's statement.
They Yant a verdict of our people
for the gold standard, which would
say: Float 81,000,000,000 to two thou
sand millions currency on $100,000,000
gold reserve. As soon as the Ameri
can people put their foot into that
trap, up will go the cry, "cancel the
greenback, withdraw the treasury
notes, wipe out the silver certificate,
use silver as change only, there Is no
real money but gold!"
A verdict or the American people
for the gold standaid will mean issue
$500,000,000 to one hundred thousand
of gold bonds to buy gold to float our
silver and paper money. Will that
make money plenty, or gold scarce.
Will that enable the farmer to get
better prices for his products, with
which ho has to buy gold? Will he
bo better able to pay his Interest?
Will you vote away the legal tender
standard dollar as primary money? It
now circulates at par if there Isn't a
dollar of gold Insight, and It always
will unless you strike it down. It is
bullion In other countries. It is a
dollar here.
Mr. Bryan Is no dodger. No Ameri
can citizen should be a dodger. You
can't dodgo this question. If you
want the gold standard vote for Mc
Klnley. If a majority of the people
of Oregon believe that Is a good thing
tho electoral vote of Oregon should go
to McKlnley. If not, it should go to
Bryan and Independent American
bimetallism.
TWO BRYAN MEN.
Mr. T. J. Gregory, of Golota, Cali
fornia, sends $1 for The Journal and
says: "I'leaso commence my subscrip
tion from before tho Bryan ratification.
If I had known it in time I would
have been there. I must tell you that
I am' more than pleased to find you on
tho side of tho common pcoplo against
the money power, It Is tlmo all good
men come out strong and vote for
principle Instead of party prejudice,"
Mr. S. Sherman, or Talent, Or.,
wrltesj "Send me tho silver daily."
P. S. "Whoop it up for Bryan and
bettor times,"
Tim Statesman continues to print a
a fraud "Bryan platform." No Bryan
man should uontrlbuto u cent to fur
ther promulgate that fraud, Let.the
.Statesman be honest and manly for
once in its lift and print Bryan's
platform as it is printed In The Jour
nal.
Capt. S. B. Ormsby, who last spring
was a rampant frco silver man, will
tell the old soldiers at Saleui tonight
why ho Is now something else,
o.3,x,cxtx-A.
Sltfu-
tlmlli
yfeST.
T&&JF$.
Sz-'iwr ,
tljuturi
u
?8TILL PULLING WOOL.-,
i "
We'll tell yoiiJien the-blR woolen
mills will run; when McKlnloj H
elected. Salem Statesman.
Tills is a threat or the banker's or
gan, that uuless McKlnlcy Is elected
the woolen mills will never run. It Is
on u par with the Offer or A Salem VBol
buvcr t(i Oiiv 12c. a pound Tcir the 1807
wool clip II McKlnley is elected. It
li saying: "Stand and deliver your
vote!" On the same principle the
woolen mills could hang out a si;u:
"Your wages wiil be doubled if Mc
Klnley Is elected." Of course,' they
will not do that.
All this is a fraud, rot, a clear eflort
to bribe the voter. The Journal
labored hard to raise the $2o,000 sub
sidy for tho "big woolen mill," and
feels proud of It. But that woolen
mill is not idloon account of the tar
iff. It ran for two years day
and
bill,
this
Al-
night under the Wilson tariff
during the hardest panic times
country has ever known. The
biny, Ashland, Oregon Cily and other
woolen mills on tliccoastarc running
day and night at present. The threat
to not operate the Salem woolen mills
until McKlnley Is elected conies with
pojr grace, even as a campaign argu
ment. Of course, it Is entirely gratu
itous on the part or the Statesman.
No such talk is authorizeci by the
managers. Tlioy have too much sense
for that. As we understand the laws
the duties on worsted goods and man
uractured woolens are as high or
higher under the Wilson bill as under
the McKlnlcy tariff. The whole prop
osition as a card in local politics is
childish. It Is part of the program to
FORCE some one to vote as the bank
ers and McKlnley managers want
them to vote. It is worthy only of
contempt.
"COL." SMITH, ATTENTION!
Editor Journal In May 1805 1
received SI '8 In greenbacks from the
U. S. paymaster. Now, will John
Smith (Dr. Smith), please tell me
(through the Journal; how much the
government honestly owes me on that
one payment, and does Comrade Smith
think that Major McKlnley will see
that the old veteraus are treated as
well as the English bondholders?
Should he bo elected president next
November?
By one who was there three years
TILMON FORD CHALLENGED.
To o Joirit Debate in Marion County on
the Issues of the day
To Hon. Tilmon Ford.
Dear Sir: I hereby challenge you
to jpln me In a joint debate on the Is
sues of tho.day.
Said debute to be held at Jefferson,
Stavton, SUverton, Woodburn and
Salem. If for any reason you should
prefer to debate with some other per
son 1 shall be pleased to furnish you a
list of names from which you may
choose your antagonist. By all means
let's have the debate. Please answer
Yours truly.
W. T. Eiqdon.
If you ure n poor working man, with
a large family, call on Til Ford for
that $700 surplus wealth ho says is the
per capita share of each man, woman
nndChIld. See how quickly you will
get It,
Farmers, if you will vote for Mc
Klnley and gold only as money of re
demption, we'll put a sugar Ijeet fac
tory on every quarter section!
Private noteholders can hope for
neither Interest nor principal If they
allow tho gold trust to dictate our
financial policy.
Tho Salem Workltigmen's (politi
cian's) club will give tho old soldiers
a free lunch
chamber.
at the Salem council
T. T. Geerls being made a kind
of tallendor to tliat Imported carpet
bagger Spencer.
"Oregon must redeem herself."
Saleui Statesman. Oregon Is not
among the unredeemed and never was.
The big .Salem bridge is full of
holes.as a sound money argument.'
12,v-l)AoliAni YTfirrlcnn litiQ itrLinnm
.M-1.HOIUVUU Mnnira1 ..v.-.f,.j,
tlmq.tojuako speeches fgr loliiiley
n Alllsopwul'nceda
luaiiBtgold Ktandurd
Alllsoniwid -need are nojvhoopljjg)
andurdt , ,
A FARMER REPLIES TO FORD.
(Uihs. Mlllfr, Sr.. has been dissect
ing Hon. Tilniaii Ford's campaign
argument at Jefferson In the local
paper there. Lawyer Ford spoke in
the Interest or .Mdvitiley and the
cold standard.
" lit' tmWthc: tlBlMl Speech oil the
WIUou and MtiKliiloy bill. Mr. Milldr
hlioyvecl tjliry Hcm'sd nclir alike that
1
uieveianu reiuseu 10 sign anu approve
the former because he could not dis
tinguish any difference between them.
Mr. Ford defended tho gold stand
ard platform and claimed all the pres
tige of the silver coinage under the
Bland Act of 1878 and the coinage
under the same while the Republicans
were in power, and proved by their
acts that they wcreablmetalllcparty.
Mr. Miller shows that Mr. Ford
knew "that every dollar that was
coined by his party was compulsory
he knows that the Bland bill that
was in force for 12 years, and under
which theic was coined $387,000,000,
was vetoed by President Hayes, and
44 Republicans of the house changed
their former voles and sustained the
veto."
MR, MILLER'S ARGUMENT.
Now, says Mr. Farmer Miller: "they
have yielded to the same gold stand
ard power that caused Hayes to veto
It, and tho same power has forced tho
Republican party to swallow the
single gold standard platform of 1890.
This bill was passed over the veto by
Democrats and became a law, and
every dollar coined under that act by
Republicans was compulsory, aud Mr.
Ford knows it, and he knows further
that In 1890, as soon Mr. Harrison got
in power, this law was repealed by
Republican votes. The substitute for
that bill was the infamous John Slier
man act that paved the way to the
issuing of $202,000,000 of bonds under
Cleveland's administration. It auth
orized the purchase of $4,500,000 of
silver and the Issuing of coin certifi
cates and the coming of as much of
tho silver as was necssary to redeem the
certificates, and if the law had beeo
enforced would have placed them on
a par with the silver certificates is
sued under the Bland act. But to
prove that the Intention was to de
grade silver they refused to coin it
under the law passed at the time, and
here established the policy of iedeetn
Ingtlicm in gold androbbadthetieas
ury aud taxed the people for two years
and was preparing to issue bonds for
the same purpose that Cleveland was
forced to do afterwards, who only
carried out the policy of the Republi
can party, and this redemption in
gold by Carlisle, contrary to and in
open violation of the law, that Mr.
Ford so readily condemned, was estab
lished by the Republicans. It Is the
footprints of John Sherman, who
when he saw that a free coinage
bill was nicely to pass and become a
law and a full legal tender, introduced
and with the Republican vote hud the
clause Inserted (unless otherwise speci
fied in the contract. This was to de
grade silver in the interest of the
money power."
We shall give sonic more of Mr.
Farmer Miller's disspctlot) of Mr.
Lawyer Ford.
Solid For Bryan.
,E0gene Guard Sept. 17. Already
slxtee'n Bryan Clubs have been organ
Iced in Lane county, and it W expected
that before tho end of next week, at
least ten more will be instituted. In
no former political campaign has such
Interest been manifested by the farm
ing and laboring class of people. The
neoule in this section are certainly in
favor of tho white metal and for Wm,
J. Bryan.
The Ideal Panacea.
James L. Francis, Alderman, Chi
cago, says; "i regard ur. iving's new
Discovery as an ideal I'anacea for
Coughs, Colds aud Lung Complaints,
having used it In my family for tho
last live years, to tho exclusion of phy
sicians' prescrldtlonsorother prepara
tions."
Rev. John Burgus, Kookuk. Iowa,
writes: "I have been a Minister of
tho Methodist Episcopal Church for
llfty years or more, and have never
found anything so beneficial, or that
gave 1116 such speedy relief as Dr.
King's New Discovery." Try tills
Iijon.1 Cough Remedy now. Trial Bot
tles f reo Fred A. Legg's J)rig Store.
,,,? I . 1 ' III, 'II IH-
SaX-JISSSSa
GAIL BORDEN j
EAGLE Brand!
..CONDENSED rilUL.
Has No Equal
SOLD nVERVWHERB -
B EST with n big B. Blackwell's Genulno Bull
Durham Is Inacluasby lUotf. You will find one k
, coupon lnslilo each two ounce buff, unit two cou- I
9EX pons Inside each four ouuco bog of Hk
H Blackwell's V
m lanuine Durham
H Smoking Tobacco K
IB Buy a bap of Hits celebrated tobacco and road thocoupon r
Hfl Which gives allstof valuablepresents aud howto get tuemgM
JOHN HUGHES,
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stock of
brushes of all kinds in the
state. Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds,
mmamm afnn i iai u r 1
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LOST., PocRet book red cloth sack contain
ing hop tickets and some change. Finder
please leave at this office 9 !7-3t
WANTED A girl to do general housework
with experience with reference. Enquhe of
H. C. Wahlberg, corner Oak and Liberty
street. 9-17 3t
FOR SALE OR TKADE.r-The best stock
und hay ranch in Oregon, consisting of 200
acres. The above tract is good for fruit, grain,
truck gardening or general farming. Will
sell cheap on easy terms 01 trade lor small
Slace. For particulars inquire of A. H.
oothby, Mills City, Or. 9171m
FOR RENT Scholarship in any deparment
Willamette University. Apply at 77 Com
mercial St., Salem. 9 15 31
HAVE YOUR SAWS FILED by George,
at rear of J. D. Stump residence. 9 141?
GERMAN TEACHER.r-Prof. Carl Uehrcns,
No. 18 Center street, instructor in modern
languages and music pianos and organs
tuned. 9 10 td
FOR SALE OR TRADE Two improved
lots, all kinds of fruit, on street car line, at a
big bargain for cash; addres- H, this office,
WINTER FASTUKE.-,For eood winter pas
ture for horses inquire one block west ot the
North Salem school. Robert Crayton. 9 9 mi
PICKLING CUCUMBERS. I have a fine
lot of pickles for sale at my place near the
penitentiary. Fivo cents per gallon.
9 1 im A. N. BANTA.
TAKEN UP., Two horses, one brovn with
white spot in forhead, lelt hind foot white.
One bay, both hind feet white and branded
on left shoulder. Horses are about 4 years
old and weigh about 1,500 and 1,300 pounds.
Tho above stock was taken up nt Lafe
Townsend's furm 10 miles north of Salem, iiy
proving property and paying damages and
expenses owner can have same.
8 29 im J. W. TOWNSEND.
FqR SALE-Driving mare for sale at a bar
gain; weight about 1160; good traveler, In
quire of Wm. Brown & Co. 30 tf
CARPET PAPER Large lot ol heavy
blown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Jus
the thing for putting under carpets. Call a
Journal office
Nkw Opening. San Francisco second hand
slore. New and second-hand clothinc. boots.
1 shoes, trunks, valises, jewelry, tools, and all
descriptions of second hand goods bought and
sold and exchanged, highest price paid for all
kinds of second-hand goods. Cleaning and
repairing neatly done at reasonable prices.
Orders by mail promptly attended. Please
give us a call. 'Remember the place, 99
StateSt. J.Eller, Salem, Oregon- 9.180".
COLT TAKEN UP.
A three-year-old colt, bay color and white
star in forehead, was taken up by the under
signed. Owner can have same by proying
property and paying costs. Call at place, 5
miles east of Salem, on Macleay road.
823 im J.R.PICKENS
THE DOLLAR.
Ed, S, Lamport,
289 Commercialst
Salem, Or,,
Hasjbought the Frank E.gShatV
fer and the M. Beamer harness
stocks at forced sale, 54,000
WQr th ot gopds will be disposed
of at 50 cents on the dollar,
Sign of the white Horse.
Salem Steam Laundry
Please noticefthe cut Jn prices
on the following
Shirts, plain 10 cents
Under drawers , 5 to 10 cents'
Under shirts 5toiooents
Socks, per pair 3 cents,
Handkerchiefs 1 cent
Silk handkerchiefs ..,,...3 cents
Sheets and pillow slips 34 cents per (dozen,
and other work in proportion. , ;
Flannelsjandfother work inj
telhgently washed by hand.
Cot J. Olmstef Prop,
Gents
ON
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
OrncE OP the Skcretary of STATK
Salem, Oregon
regon,
1, 1896.)
bept
Scaled proposals will be received ut this
office until noon, November 2, 1896, to furn
ish the following articles for the State of Ore
gon for the use of ihu 19th Biennial Session
of the Legislative Assembly:
35 reams legal cap, 14 lbs. No. 7 ruling
white laid, laid, Charter Oak or Scotch linen.
311 reams first class Corgrcss note, 7-pound
packages, No. 7 ruling, wliite laid.
20 renins letter paper, 12 lb., No. 7 ruling
while laid, Caiew, Charter Oak, or Scotch
linen.
20 reams of typewriter, letter size, P.iiagon
letter wove No. 3.
20 reams typewriter, legal size, Patagon,
letter wove No, 3 yt.
0 reams typewriter, legal size. Paragon,
letter oe No. 1,.
6 boxes Little's Satin finUh enrbon, blue,
size 8 x ioV.
6 boxes Little's Satin finish carbon, b u-,
size 8 x 13.
10,000 No. 6 1-2 envelopes, 60 lb. N,i I,
rag XXX.
12 Cross railroad steel pens, No. 49.
20 Gross Gillott's steel pens, No. 404.
4 Gross Gillott's steel pen-., No. 303.
8 Gross Esterbrook "J'' pens
0 Gross Falcon steel pens, No. 04S.
6 Gru is Esterbrook & Co.'s Probate -itee
pens No. 313.
6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'h Judge's Quill
Steel pens No. 312.
6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Chancellors
steel pen No 239.
6 Gross London Incanlescent, M, Jcob'k
No. 4.
2 Dozen banfoid's Cardinal led ink, pints.
5 Gross pen holders, black enamel, urge,
10 Dozen PccU, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands
No. 558.
4 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands,
No. 554.
10 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstandi
No. 420.
12 Dozen ivory folders, 9-inch standard.
4 Dozen ivory folders, lo-inch Congress.
4 Dozen mucilage cups, No. 8, Morgan's
patent.
lo Dozen mucilage stands, reservoir, No, C,
Morgan's patent.
3 reams Parker's treasury blotting paper,
140 lbs. assorted colors.
2 Gross No. 2 Eagle recorder lead pencils,
style 660.
5 Dozen Sanford's premium fluid, quarts.
2 1-2 Dozen Stafford's writing fluid, quarts.
15 Dozen gummed stub files, No. 21,11 x 15
inches, 500 pages.
4 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter clips, legal
size,
20 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter clips.
15 Dozen Faber's rubber rulers, i4-inch
flat.
15 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,149,
bone.
3 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,149,
ebony.
70 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands-,
assorted sizes.
5 Gross Faber's lead pencils. No. 2, hexa.
Bn. ghi.
12 Gross Faber's lead pencils, No. 2, round,
gilt.
20 Dozen Faber's patent ink and nenr.W
rubber erasers, mammoth.
3,000 McGill's patent paper fasteners.No. 2
flat head.
3,000 McGill's patent paper fasteners, No. 3
round heads, white.
3,000 McGill's patent paper fasteners,No. 4,
flat head.
IS Dozen table pads to hold paper, 19x20
inches, strong leather tips.
IS Dozen waste paper baskets, cross-bar
No. 4.
3 Dozen waste paper baskets, small, No, 11,
round,
29 lbs. hemp twine No. 2.
4 Dozen Sanford's mucilage, quarts.
Bids should be marked "Proposals for Stii
tionery." None but the best quality of goods
will be accepted.
The right to rej.ct any or all bids is le.
served. All the above articles to be deliv.
red at Salem on or before December 15,1896,
There being at the present time no money
available for paying for the above supplies,
bids will only be accepted under the express
condition, agreement and understanding that
tho successful bidder will look to, and de
pend upon the next legislature appropriating
money to pay the claim.,
very respecnuiiy,
II. R. KINCAID.
9-5-sm Secretary ol State.
,v,n . , if'lB- BROWN,
1S7 Commercial street, Salem, Ore
Oregon.
FOUNTAIN WASHHl !
lipilB
1 1 H
C. H. MACK,
- DENTIST.-
Successor to Dr. J. M.IKeene. old While
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate fees in any branch are
in especini request.
D
,
Carriage and wagon shop, 320 Commercial
street, opposite htate Insurance building,
Urlng in your work. Satisfaction Ruarantced,
. I'blliK U. NUKQKEN.
Depot Express.
Meets all masl and passenger trains. Bag
gage and express to all pails of the city,
Prompt seiMce. Telephone No. 70.
JAMES RADER.
WHAT IS SAID.
Some say we give the best meal in
town for 15c. We say try us and ses.
Nflrnniimirn I
S. RICHARDSON. PROP.
l'Second door north of Hctel Willamette.
IK NAME
r
u
l-FREE DEL1VERV.
W0LZ & MIESCKE Proos.
Dealars in all kinds of fresh and salt meats
nF"Eresh sausage a specially.
171 COMMERCIAL ST
"KINDERGARTEN."
Mrs. C. M. Oclo will re. open her kinder
gurtnn in the Congregational church pallors
on September 21. 8 29 ini
L
On farm land security.
Special
rates on large loans.
Loans
considered without delay
HAMILTON & MOU
Bank buildinS.
Bush
MONEY TO. LOAN
On city or farm property.
Over lhish's Dank,
T. K. FORD
T. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a spialty of fine repair work,' Seth
Thomas clockk, etc., 2H Cornnercial Street
C. H. LANS,
21 1 Commerci il
EffSuits SiS upwards.
st , Salem Or
PantsS upwands
.1
"I bring you good tidings of great joyj
which shall be unto all people."
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"The Plan of the Ages."
This is the best work on the Bible, ever
issued from the press. It gives a complete
explanation of all the doctrinal subjects of
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harmony, simplicity aud benuty of God's
plans for the redemption of the human
family from sin and death. Tho work is
complete in three (3) volumes, all forSi.
Address T. H. LLOYD, 164 Waller street,
Salem, Or, 7.17.1m
EAST AND SOUTH
,VIA-
testa Route.
OF THEj
Southern Pacific tlo
California Express Train Run daw between
Portland and San Francisco.
J5:So p. m.
11:00 p. m.
lp;4S q.m
j Ly, Portland ,
J- Lv Salem,
J Ar- S. Frlsco-
r Ar. ( Silo'a.nv
Ar. -lb:oo a. m
Lv. ( 7roo p. in.
Above trains stop at EastflPonland, Oregon
City, Wo dburn, Salem,rTurner, Marion,
TjfltrTin A IVinni A lKlnir llltintinn Tin nan
Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg, Junction City, j
,-uv.iic, vic3vvii, uraiii.i ana au stations
from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive
ROSEDURG MAIL DAILY.
South
North
8:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
5:20 p.m.
lv. Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv,
ar. Roseb'g lv.
4:40 p.m.
2:20 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
SALEM PASSENQEK,
South
Nortb
4:00 p.m.
6:15 p.m.
lv. Portland ar.
nr. Salem lv.
10:15 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN 11UFFET SLEEPERS
aud second-class sleeping cars attached to all
through trains.
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallis, daily (ex
cept Sunday.)
7:30 a.m. I I.
I IS p.m. A
,v.
Portland.
Corvallis.
Ar. J 6:20 p.
Lvi:3SP-
Ar.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday.
4:45 l. m. Lv.
7:5 p. m. f Ar.
Portland Ar.
McMinville Lv 1
8:25 m
5:50 a. m.
THROUGH TICKETS
to 11 points in the Eastern States. Canada
and furopc can be obtained at lowest ratei
fron. W.W. SKINNER. Anent. Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Asst.
DO A . . rjr c. r 1
j. r. ix 1 . a
Portland,- Or.
R, KOEHUER, Manage,
rIOIEYTO
MERCHANT TAILOR
0. R. & N, CO,
TO THE EAST
G,VES CH0,cE
OF
Two Transcontinenh.
Roiiic;,
Via Spokane Mmneapo::, m p, ,
ver Omaha and KansaTc tv 1 Md
eastern cities. wl' "w rtu
OCEAN DIVlSIfiVk
t.4,.9.24,29and0cJ;jP
Steamers Ru.h fo, &fi P.lftV JSUJS, '
nesday and Friday, at 7 0 . m dljr' W
.Lowest freight and pasSnze7,1(M h
inp tickets very dieip SI"' ,H
baggage checked tlirough o , 1 t0,J
Oregon Washington andthc EtI T' "
charge for baggage transfer.. ChoiY"?
road or river route to Portland Uwi'rii!.
For full details call on , & ,,, .
agents, Saltm, Oregon, or addreL. U
e. Mcneill,
G w.?iuSSsr-
For full d,ftifcKKUr
G. M. POWERS,
Foot of Trade st.
Through Tickets
TO THE
BAST!
VIA THE
Uviion Pacific System.
ihrough Pullmanjl'alace bleepm. Toorii
Sleepers and FreoJ Reclining Cba'r 'i.W
between
Portland to Chicago,
Our trains are healed b slum m,l
lighted by Pintsch light.
lime to Chicago, 3 i-i Jays
Time to New York, 4 1-2 days.
Which is many hours quicker thin com
petitors.
tor rates, time tables and lull.'tnlormatvca
apply toj
cs sfui.iSJuga;$isAMiL.KH,; -
Tit -nt-mm nm -rt a -vvvn nrv fc
Agents, Suleo, Ot.
R.iW BAXTER, C. E. BROWN,
General Agent Dist. Pass. Apnt
135 Third Street, Portland.
Northern Pacific
Railway
runs;
Pullman SleeplnICars."
Elegant Dinin Cars
Tourist SleeoinCarb
To
St,
Paul, Minneapolis, DalJia, tn
nd Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
'Jrand
Helena and Butte.
THROUGH TICKETS Mi
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, W
York, Boston, and all Point.;
J,East and South;
For information, time cards, maps ai
tickets, call on.or writn
THOMAS, WATT &C0,
AGENTS,
' 265 Commercial srreet, telrm. OB
AD. Charlton, At. Oen'l.tfg g?
Afm-nn t.. corner Third Pcrtha
llfHSl
tract topayraJlrodroauMI1Blr;
noetianfe, if t. e I to cure. . "".."hi,, utu w?
Sntfl H this SecondiiTJ'.jBojJ.MJ
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SALEM WSTER?
Qfficet Willimette how'mjs BJl
For water service apply ." jys
nayab'e monthly In France. i
complaints l the oB la ,ter nf
There will be no P" frcin
on account of temporary absence
citv unless notice w .Ie't. " iij coif u
Hereafter water for irrigation ' '
Srnisbedta regular coam $ g
r. mKiic Durpose. """.--illtto
schedule
forcopy.
nn I
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walks, brick woAand P'iM
read "under build bg .KJX
of rates lor.n9J ""

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