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Daily Capital Journal! BY HOFBR BROTHBK8, SATUBDAr, SEPT. 19, 1808. PRESIDENTIAL TICKET. For Independent American Bimetallism and People's Government. For President, WILLIAM JENNINGS 13RVAN, of Nebraska. For Vice-President, THOMAS WATSON, of Georgia. OREGON UNION PRES)fcNTIAI. ELECTORS, N. L. BUTLER, I'olk County, Democratic M. L. OLMSTED. Bakrr Countv, Peop es. HARRY W ATKINS, Yamhill Co.. Peoples. E. HOFER, Marion Co., Silver Republican. ELDER BARKLEY'S MEETINGS. Hon. II. L. Uarkley will speak as follows: Orojon City, September lo Albany. Sep tember li; Eugene, September I2;CorvalIis, September, 14; Toledo. September iy, Lebanon, September 16; McMinnville, Sep. tember 17; JcfTorson, Se. lember 18; Grunt's Pass, September 22; Clatskanie September 24; Kalama, Wash., September 26. GOSPEL TRUTH. The McMinnville Telephone-Register saye: "Strange things happen In politics. Every man who went to the depot, on Tuesday, to welcome Sena tor Mitchell wan, before the spring conventions, engaged In packing those conventions with men opposed to the election or Mitchell to the United States senate. Every one of the men who grasped the senator's hand and welcomed him to the city was his political enemy In the spring, so expressed themselves, and worked to elect representatives opposed to him. ThcfJe same men have their knives ready for him, well ground and well tempered. And while he Is mak ing a great effort to cool his record, they know It, and they will dig the same grave for him that the Immortal 30 dug for the Oregon Icicle In '9. Senator Mitchell Is on the way to de defeat. The gold wing or the Repub lican party has been after his scalp for years, they are after It yet. lie has deserted his friends and when the Slmon-Scott-Dolph crowd desert 111 in at tho next session of tho legislature, the silver men will not rally to his support." The above Is just as true of Marlon county politicians. Tho fitjlit to nom inate and elect Mitchell men to the legislature was made here by the sU Republicans and resisted by tho gold Republicans. It was so In every county. Senator Mitchell and the politicians have got together. BLAINE'S PROPHECY. "I belnlvo the struggle nosv going on In this country, and In other coun tries, for a single gold standard, win, U successrul, produce widespread dis aster In the end, throughout tho world." James G. Blaine. , Tho above words rrom Blaine's prophecy have corao true. Blaine never rose ton clear conception or Independent American bimetallism Ho waB always wanting to put a little more silver in tho dollar, as measured by gold, when that would bo legaliz ing tho appreciation of gold, caused by tho domonltlzatlon or silver. Tho way to take tho appreciation out of gold is to restore silver to its position when a bushel of wheat, 1-lOth ounce gold nnd one ounce or silver were each worth $1.20, as .in 1873. ANOTHER DODGER. Poor little Col. Ormsbyl Also a free sllvor shoutcr, who last spring burned and blistered with Indignation over the bankers and money sharks! Now ho gets down on his knees to the money power in politics, and raves and sneers and snarls at the silver! tcsl In the spring u silyerbug, In tho rail a goldbug; In tho winter ho will be a tumblebug. Somo day ho will bo an angel along with Mitchell, Lord, Dolph, Ford and tho rest! Col. Ormsby has always been an honest man and a gentleman and no doubt Is yet. Ills Inconsistency on tho sliver question Is no greater than that of many moro who have in tho past protended to love goldbuggery not tho least bit. The popular voto in tho theatres or JJU Louis for one week wore; Bryan, 2,1537; McKInley, 6,251. Os'JFOXtX.. - zSafsdasrsL ar. -m t POLITICIANS AT ASTORIA. 1 H A1 a McKliiky rail) t'l.'ie Governor ri,,,,, ,lt. M,.iiynville relepiHim Lurdsaid; , Hisler. bept. l., IoSH. "We aie iiiloieslcri in h.ivlng every I, James II. Kennedy, now u lesldunt dollar as good as every other dollar In 0f the town of Slnaloa, In the fctate of purchasing povvor, and overy other yinaloa, Moxlco, duputu that 1 am an kind of money is dububud money. Willi this clear, lucid and ambig-( three years in the Seventh Iowa during uouslhwh or Intelligence that must the late Civil war. That I have al uiuke n hitching poU smile, Governor ways been a Republican. I have re Lord sat down, reeling he had made a sided hi Mexico Tor twenty-live years. bold bid lo outdo Senator Mitchell in catering for the goldbug vote Tor Sen ator. General Odell, who does the praying Tor Governor Lord's administration, had tho good grace to leave the money question alone. He has always been a goldbug and Is very appropriately supporting McKInley. Hon. Clias. Wesley Fulton got a round or applause by repeating that, "sound money simply meant that every dollar Issued by the government should be worth 100 cents, and not 53 cents." Webster defines a politician as be ing a statesman, but also as "One pri marily devoted to his own advance ment In public oniee; one ready to do anything that ho apprehends Tor his advantage." Gen. Odell may not be a piliticlan, but as Lord and Fulton were writing silver Interviews less than two years ago, part or the above definition ilts them to a dot. POLK FOR BRYAN. Senator B. F. Mulkey tells the Salem Statesman the Republicans will carry Polk county by 300 majority ror McKInley In November. Mr. Mulkey was twice elected clerk or thatcounty, the last time by a thousand plurality, and yet last Juno he only beat J. K. Sears by 42 votes. There Is not mucti logic In his claim ror McKInley. ir the Bryan and rrce sliver vote or Polk county is rully united and polled in November that county ought to give a good round majority Tor Bryan. Tho number of Democrats who are going to McKInley is overestimated, and the battle has not yet begun. The silver bolt rrom the Republicans will grow as times goes on. How can the farmer pay his Inter, est and principal in gold as long as he is rorced to sell his surplus products In competition with products pur chased In silver standard countries, and we supplying the cheap silver' bullion to do It with? Restore silver j to its nlaco as monev and vou restore ' prices or farm products. Or course, It Is the poor "working men" or Salem who riue out in mucks and cabs to the country schoolhouses to whoop It up ror the gold standard! ; It Is tho rellows who have "worked" ( people for 20 to 30 years and will never quit while it pays. " The Ubnest money organ at Salem still keeps standing as "Bryan's plat- form" what Is not Bryan's platform at all. Or course, It Is. paid to do so by tho "honest bankers" In charge or tho campaign in Oregon. David B. Hill, who has alternately boon lor sliver or gold as his political scent directed him, is now a cypher, a suicide. He has gone tho way all dodgers and straddlers go. Tue Journal has no time ror per- terest has caused me to make this sonalltles with politicians who have statement, but have given It by re , , . . ... . 1,1 . , ... quest of an old comrade. protended to be bliuetulllsts in the, TT , x , ,, .. , 1 James II. Kennedy. past, who are now crawling on their ,.,...,, ' , ,, . . 41 ..I Subscribed In my presence and sworn bellies and eating dirt to flatter tho to by James II. Kennedy, this the 20th powers that be. . day of August, 1890. Tho old Portland ring must bo In bad straits they have "organized" , tho Republican press or tho state for McKInley. Horetororo uowspapor men haye not counted for much. The gold standard Democrats have put up tin electoral ticket, and pro .. f ,nU'A.i iiiiivn nf ilin stiito poso to make 11 tain ass 01 1110 state forPalmor and Buckner. i 1 . j r 1 r, 1. i 1 ,. .!., ...111 ..,..i, Mark Hauna's aid society will make u hard light to help carry Oregon for McKInley tho gold standard Demo crats. Go to chruch tomorrow and pray for better prices for wheat. Oregon political evolution silver bug, goldbug, doodlebug. OASTOHIA. ft? 4 - . M iSn?r jJVt . L. Respectfully SBedlceteJ tithe Ojld-Bug Press ufVOrefon.n I American by birth, that I bcmd 1 6peak the Spanish language as well or better than I now do the English. I have ttaveled through twenty-four or the twenty-seyen states In Mexico In an olllclal capacity and as Inter preter Tor numerous syndicates. I have had access to almost all the arch ives or that country. I am much bet ter acquainted with the customs and usuages of that country than I am of my mother country. I left Mexico on the 2d day of March, 1890, coming to this country to visit my Mends, rela tives and old comrades. During the last month In Iowa, I have heard more absurd and utterly false state ments made In regard to Mexico than lever thought could be conjured up by mortal man, all to deceive the voter. One most heard Is that you can take one American silver dollar Into Mex ico and get two Mexican silver dollars for It, or that you can get a meal and throw down an American dollar and they will give you back In change a Mexican dollar. I brand this as ut terly raise In every "respect, a lie man uractured out or whole cloth. I assert that a Mexican will not accept an American dollar, either gold, silver or paper, ror any amount, but will refer you to a broker, where you can sell your silver dollars as bullion ror Mex ican money; then they will trade with you. The largest hotel In the city of Mexico will not accept American money under any circumstances, but will Invariably refer you to a broker. By paying the mintage anyone can take silver bullion to either of the mints in Mexico and get Mexican sil ver dollars for It and for 250 years sll ver bullion has never fluctuated up or down to exceed two cents. I hear It asserted that the national debt Is payable In gold I brand this as utterly false. Every dollar of the debt, $140,000,000, is and always has been payable in the lawful money of that country, and we are now paying our debt In Mexican silver dollars, the money or the contract, I assert that Mexico in the present decade is making strides or advance- uient greater than any other nation on earth. Twenty-Jive years ago we , , e, ht Ulllc3 of ranroad now wo hnyo CRht Ul0Ugand mlics of railioad We nrc mlifjtng factories on every hmd Twenty-eight years ago, when tlie French army was driven out, tho Mexican government was left penni- less, not a dollar in the treasury. We cau now pay our entire national debt any day. a demnnd wou,d b(J Jnad(J for it. I am now on my way to Mexico to spend the rest or my life. Anyone can And me by addressing a letter to James II. Kennedy, Slnaloa, Mexico. In conclusion I invite aivhouest and thorough investigation Into the facts of my statement, and I defy success ful contradltlon. Am not the owner of mining stocks nnd no personal in- (Seal.) E. n. English, Public in and for Polk Notary county, Iowa Arc You Tired' -All the time? This condition is a sure indica tion that your blood is not rich and nourishing as-it ought to be and as it may be if you will take a few bottles of the great blood purifier Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thousand's write that Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured them of that tired feeling by giving them rich blood Hood's Pills act easily and promptly on the ,Wer and . Cure sick headache. ; The Journal silver supplements at $1 a hundred arc going otr rapidly. Ru80 mtlo flind 0? dlns nnalqUr. tors and supply all your neighbors witii campaign literature up to nate. OKXbftWMOCMjrfM Cheapest, Because tlio Best j I GAIL BORDEN I CONDENSED MILK Rend for that little book, "Infant Health;" great value to mothers. Sent V N. V. Condensed Milk Co. 11 vu ' W Huta. Street, MwYorkft JOHN HUGHES, Dealer in groceries, paints, oils, window glass, varnishes, ana the most complete stock of brushes of all kinds in the state. Artists', materials, lime, hair, cement and shingles, and finest quality of rass seeds. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED.-A good girl for jewing is wanted at 99 Stiite street She roust be a tailor. Call at once. 2lI2llt LOST. Pocket book red cloth sack ci Main ing hop tickets and some change. Finder please leave at thU office 9 '7-.1t WANTED A girl Jo do general housework with experience with reference. Enquire of II. C. Wahlbcrg, corliev Oak and Liberty street. 9-'73t FOR SALE OR TRADE.,-1 he bei stock and hay ranch in Oregon, consisting of 200 acres. The above tract is good for fruit, grain, truck gatdening or general farming. Will sell cheap on easy terms or trade lor small place. For particulars inquire of A. II, ooihby, Mills City, Or, 9 17 lm FOR RENTw Scholarship in any depatment Willamette University. Apply at 77 Com mercial St., Salem. 9 15 3t HAVE YOUR SAWS FILED by Oeorce, rge tf at rear of J. 15. Stump residence 9 4tl GERMAN TEACHER.Prof. Carl Behrens, No. 1 8 Center street, instructor in modem 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- 11, this office, WINTER PAS TUKE. .For good winter pas ture for horses inquire one block west ol the North Salem school. Robert Ctayton. 9 9 lm PICKLING CUCUMBERS 1 have a fine lot of pickles for sale at my place near the penitentiary. Five cents per gallon. 91 im A. N. BANTA. TAKEN UP., Two horses, one brown with white spot in forhead, left 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 farm 10 miles north of Salem. By proving property and paying damages and expenses owner can have same. 8291m J. W. TOWNSEND. FoR SALE1 Driving mare for sale at a bar gain; weight about 1 160; good traveler, In quire of Wm. Brown & Co. 30 tf CARPET PAPER Large lot ol heavy brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Jus the thing for potting under carpets. Call a Journal oflicu. New OrENlNG. San Francisco second hand store. New and second-hand clothing, boots, 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 tho place, 99 State St. J. Eller, Salem, Oregon 9-1811; 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 proving property and paying costs. Call at place, 5 miles east of Salem, on Macleay road. 8 22 im J. R. PICKENS Salem Steam Laundry Please noticejthe cut in prices on the following! Shirts, plain locents Under drawers..., 5 to 10 cents Under shirts 5 to locents Socks, per pnir 3 cents Handkerchiefs I cent Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents aneets ana pillow sups 24 cents per vclozen, and other work in proportion. Flannelsandother work in. telligentiy washed by hand. Col. J, Olmsted Prop, All No. Pac. ticket agents have tickets over the Burllncton Route from Billings to Oniaha,Kan- sas city, be. Liouis and all other southern and southeastern cities. They will furnish you with a tlcicet via li BBS lings at the s.mno rate as via St. j'aui ik you ASK FOR IT. .Ask for it, been use by so doing, you will reach your destination all the way from 10 to 15 hours sooner than it you tako any other line. Write for Information about rates and trains. A. C SHELDON, G.A., Poitland.Or. ONE-HALF SIZE OF COX. POZZONPS COMPLEXION POWDER! I has been thw jtandard for t ortr Tears and I .. uvm yupuiar 10-aar man over peiore. PO.EZ02VFS It the ldon MmnlnTlin twivriAf.tu.,itlfwln. ' ..,.k i ", - r..C?.. V ". t""'. I I A delicate, IotUIMo protection totha face. ( Willi every box of l'ttXZOM'ftBtaag-i BOX la irtvea Irco of cluu-ra. AT DBUQQI8TS xvo VANOY STORES. proposals in 1 1 fit o TllK. SKCRKTARV OF IF KrTK. j r.M, Oregon, V Sept. I, 1896.) Salem, Sealed prnpoats will be received at this office urtil noon. Nov-m'er z. 1090, -o lum- ish the follo-vinr article lor tne niaie m uic .. r .1... ..l. ll!At.nial Hcclrtn uon lor me use 01 uir iw -..,... of the Legislative Assembly: 15 reams legal cap, 14 ids. ' "& white laid, laid, Charter oak or rjcmcn nncn. jo reams first clas Congress noie, y.pounu packages, No. 7 ruling, while lain. 20 reams letter pai-er, 12 lb No. 7 ruling white laid, Carew, Chatter Oak, or Scotch linen. . 20 reams of typewriter, letter size, 1 -aragon letter wove No. 3. 20 reams typewriter, letter wove No. 3. 6 reams typewriter, legal size, Paragon, legal size, Paragon, letter wove No. l. 6 boxes Little's Satin finish catbon, blue, finish carbon, bltio, size 8 x loV,. 6 boxes Little's satin size 8x13. 10.000 No. o 1-2 envelopes, 00 im No 1, rag XXXi ' 12 Cross rauroau stcci pens, nu. ty 20 Gross Gillott's steel pens, No. 404 4 Gross Gillott's steel pens, No. 303. Gross Esterbrook "J" pens 6 Gross Falcon steel pens, No. 048. 6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Probate steel pens No. 313. 6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Judge's Quill Steel pens No. 312. 6 Cross EsterbrooK co. s wiaiitcnuia steel pen No 239. 6 Cross London incandescent, nt. jtuu No. 4. 2 Dozen Sanford's Cardinal ted Ink, pints. 5 Gross pen holders, black enamel, large, 10 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands. No. 558. 4 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands, No. 554. 10 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstandf No. 420. 12 Dozen ivory loiders, 9-mcn stanaaru. 4 Dozen ivory folders, lo-inch Congress. 4 Dozen mucilage cups, No. 8, Morgan's patent. 10 Dozen mucilage stands, reservoir, No. 6, Morgan's patent. 3 reams ranter's treasury moiling paper, 140 lbs. assorted colors. 2 Gross No. 2 Eagle recorder lead pencils, style 660. 5 Dozen sinlorc's preminm nuiu, quarts. 2 t-2 Dozen Stafford's writing fluid, quarts. IS Dozen gummed stub files, No. 21,11 x 15 inches, 500 pages. 4 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter cups, tegai size. 20 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter clips. 15 Dozen Faber's rubber rulers, M-inch flat. IS Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,140, bone. 3 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' Nj. 10,14.. ebony. 70 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber banJs. assorted sizes. S Gross Faber's lead pencils. No. 2, hexa gon, gilt. 12 Gross Faber's lead pencils, No. 2, round, gilt. 20 Dozen Faber's patent ink and pencil rubber erasers, mammoth. 3,000 McCilrs patent paper fasteners, No. 2 flat head. 3.000 McGill's patent paper fasteners.No. 2 round heads, white. 3,ooo McGill's patent paper fasteners.No. 4, flat head. 15 Dozen table pads to hold paper, 19x20 inches, strong leather tips. 15 Dozen waste paper baskets, cross-bar No. 4. 3 Dozen waste paper baskets, small, No, 1 1, round. 29 lbs, hemp twine No. 2, 4 Dozen Sanford's mucilage, quarts. Bids should be marked "Proposals for Sta tionery." None but the best quality of goods will be accepted. The right to reject any or all bids is e 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 the successful bidder will look to, and de pend upon the next legislature appropriating money to pay the claim, Very respectfully, H. R, KINCAID, 9-5-2m Secretary of State. J. B. BROWN, i8f Commercial street. g Salem, Oregon. ON THE DOLLAR, Ed, S, Lamport 289 Commercialst., . Salem, Or,, Hasjbought the Frank EShafr fer and the M, Beamer harness stocks at forced sale. S4.000 worth ot goods will be disposed of at 50 cents on the dollar. Sign of the White Horse. SiCv iJIT '.? noli ti.tlfc.Tt-'g r-tuiMi .t UMvm ... ;-ltt, sn , rl . W lil .- u 1. 1 a . . i. rUAi.!... t ,fJ , ia- i, ' ci'm-fa ' lllti;l, ) l .riilul tvi.rftnii. j i,fr,ttCll CUKtVP ., .SisChlti'Ciifta. In-. ' 11. !.-.. caaNuno.Hi2 " --tt FOR STATIONERY. C. H. FOUNTAIN WASHER! 50 Gents -rpcV2 ...rrfisssi hi9 J'i 11WW. Ji. r. T MACK. - DENTIST, - Successor to Dr. J. M.fKeene, old White Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior operation nt moderate fees In any branch are in especial requesL WAGON JEPAIR SHOP. Carriage anil wagon shop, 320 Commercial street, opposite State Insurance building; Urine In your work. Satisfaction Ruaranteed, PETER G. NORQREN. Depot Express. Meets all masl and passenger trains, gage and express to all parts of the Prompt seivice. Telephone No. 70. Bag city, JAMES RADER. WHAT IS SAID. Some say we give the best meal in town for 13c. We say try us and see. 11 un iTrn I S. RICHARDSON. PROP. Ei7Second door north of Hctel Willamette. WTO MARII igrFREE DELIVERY. W0LZ L MIESCKE Proos. Dealars in all kinds of fresh and salt meats t"Fresh sausage a specialty. 171 COMMERCIAL ST "KINDERGARTEN." Mrs. C. M. Ogle will re-open her kinder gartpn in the Congregational church pnrlors on September 21. 8 29 im iONEYTOLOAN On farm land security. Special rates on large loans. Loans consideied without delay HAMILTON & MOIK Bush Rank building. MONEY TO LOAN I On city or farm property. Over Bush's Bank, T. K. 1-ORD T. H. HAAS, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Make a s"-iaky of fine repair work, Seth Thomas clock, etc.. 215 Con meicial Street C. H. LANE, n 1 211 C 111 OM'ci il JgSuils $15 upwards. l , Sil-'in Or l'nntsS ubwmds, U 'I bring you good tidings of geat j .y; vmv.il sunn uC u.uo mi pep...-. h n 1 n 1 1 1 1 j " M DIDLL rLr "The Plan of ihe Ages." This is the best work on the Bible, ever is.ued from the press. It gives a complete explanation of all the doctrinal subjects- of the holy scriptures, presenting the wonderful harmony, simplicity aud beauty of (jod's plans for the redemption of the human family from sin and death. Tho work is complete in three (3) volumes, all for SI. Address T. H. LLOYD, 164 Waller street, Salem, Or. 7.17.1m EAST AND SOUTH -VIA- hasta Route, OP THE Southern Pacific Co California Express Train Run dai, between Portland and San Francisco, ,8;5o p. m 1 1 :oo p, in lo;4S a. m .) Ly-Poi .Yl.v- Si i Ar- S. Ly, Portland , Ar. I 8:10 a. in. -J8;ooa m (7roo p in. Salem-- Ar, Frisco Lv. Above trains stop at EasiGl'onland, Oiegon City, Wo dburn, Salem,jTurner, Maiion, leflerson, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg, Junction City. Eugene, Creswfll, Drain,! and all station? from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive ROSEBURG MAIL DAILY, South North 8:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 5:20 p.m. lv. Portland ar. Ivy Salem lv. ar. Itoseb'g 1y. 4:40 p.m. 2:20 p.m. 8:00 a.m. SALEM PASSENGER. South I Nortl? 4:00 p.m. G:15 p.m. lv, Portland ar. ar. Salem lv. 10:15 a.m. 8:00 a.m. DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE PULLMAN BUFFET 8LEEPERS 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 Lv. Portland. Corvallis. Ar. 6:20 p. m. 12: Sp.tn. Ar. Lv nn 35 P. ". At Albany and Corvallis connect with trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad. Express train daily except Sunday. 414? I. m. :! Lv. Portland Ar, j Ar. McMinville Lv 8:25 a. m. 5:50 a.m. 7:25 p. m THROUGH TICKETS to ill points in the Eastern States, Canada and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratci from WAV. SKINNER. Agent;' Salem. -, , nuuuu, ni, v-i, j-. u. 1 , a,. HIRflUOTTAM Portland, Or. 0. R. & lea TO T,IE ST HIVES Uib WlOl' E OF Two Transcontinental Route:. eastern cities. 7' Lov tu t, OCEAN DIVISION Portland-San fS& Steamers leave AIMworth& P M Sept. I4, ,9l 24, 20 an4 0 " k. Portly find 29. ' 9 '4, 19, 2 Fare Cabin, $12; steering r 'WILLAMETTE RIVER ' nLo Steamers Ruth for Portland &0?' nesday and Friday, at $0, d'nM,MrfV. Wed Lowest freight and passenge, ratu v , ki;k mctKea tiiroucii to all r, . . Oregon Washington anrf the EaJ Tj charge for baggage transfer,. Choice of V.' road or river route to Portl,i ce 0 n,i- Fot full details call on Doist & n,t agents, Salem, Oregon, or address M" e. mcneill, ForfulldetScofida"11'0' G, M. POWERS, Foot of Trade st. Local ji ;enl Through Tickets TO THE BAST! tVIA THE U;uon Pacific System, through Pullman, Palace Sleeper. Tonrii Sleepers and Free;' Reclining Chair Hvlf between Portland to Chicago, Our trains are heated bv steam ind lighted by Pintsch light. lime to lnicago, 3 .'. jays Time to New York, 4 1-2 days. Which is many hours quicker Time Whic petitb'8, quicker than com For rates, time tables anil full information apply toj Agents, .Si.;u), U, j K ,w jAXTER. C. E. BK0WN, c..'iiural A.'ent DWt. Pass. Jscu! '35 """ strcct-1 "I'M"1- Northern Pacific Railway. RUNS-: Pullman Sleeping Cars. . Elegant Dinin Cars Tourist SleeoinCab To St t. Paul, Minneapolis, DjIjiii, r--, 'Jrand Forks, CrookUm, Winni'. ; Helena and U.Ute. THROUGH TICKETS 3 To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, mv . York, Koston. and all Point', 'East and Soalh For information, time tickets, call on or writu cuds, uupi THOMAS, WATT & CO. AGENTS, 265 Commercial sneer., hakni, Or B A. D. Charlton, Asst. O"'!-Iffj. AwrUnrst.. corner Third IWjanJyg; LOUD POISON ASPEGJALTY,..- Boebaree. If wo tall to cure- '".Mttiti -f SALEM WATER CO, payable monthly in advance, complaints at the office. , f nic There will be no dtte..o"i" , c on account of temporary abswc citv unless notice is le" . Mjr be Hereafter water for I'f'S1"0" ' ?Jtr Ehed' to regular eJB& for.dt-ne.tlc purpose CnUaCt . 1 walks, one w"- -" nce Sd under taWg Purpose. fft ctoc schedule of rates for i93- "' Pfl ni schedule u carv: &cc&is "rr sr-r brttrAirr! ,..w. .ir w, ir-i circular viit uu nji.t5 R. KOEHLER, Manager. for copy.