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Daiif Capital Journal BY HOFI5R BROTHERS MONDAY, OCT. 1890. PRESIDENTIAL TICKET. For Independent American Bimetallism and People's Government. For President, WILLIAM JENMNGS BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice-Presidenl, THOMAS WA'ISON. of Georgia. OKLCON UNION PKISSIOKNTIAL F.LI-CTOKS, N. L.ltUTLER, Polk County. Democratic. M L. OLMSTED. Baker Countv, Peoples. HARRY" W ATKINS. Yamhill Co.. Peoples E. HPFEK, Marion Co., Silver KepublUan. JOURNAL "X" RAYS. Compiled by the Awfully GaaJ-Natured Man. The Oreoiiiaiucalls It "a blo-.v at fusion.'' Iioth sides arc claiming Marlon and Multnomah count Iis. TIltj will b-a polilU'al rally at the Kickey school hoiiie Thui-lay txeiilng, October S. "For God's sake, Mr. Kincaid. print th.it presidential ticket mi I lie people wl 1 be confiihcd or we are l(Kl."- Oregon gold bug bosses. Harrison 11. KUicaTd is showing his contempt for the political bosses by giving the Bryan electors fair treat ment in making up "the electoral ticket. The people of Oregon arc going to have a square united vote against tlie gold standard, the corporation and bank politicians' to tho contrary not withstanding. Poor Andy Gilbert, Superintend ant of tho Penitentiary, gets only $1.25 a mouth! George Downing grew poor as a churchmotisc running that olllcc. Oh, ratsl - n The Oregonlan editorially declared llryan insane Sunday. Its news col umns printed ten of tlie ablest speeches delivered Saturday befo.rc the largest auulcnces in our country. Ex-Itoprcsentatlvc Ilillcgas, of Lane county, an antl-Dolph member of the last legislature, and silver Republican has come out for Bryan and will stump that county. Senator Ike Patterson and Banker Eugene McCornack tackled the wrong man when they went to Secretary of State Kincaid and told him how they wanted tho presidential electoral ticket printed Ho told them to mind their own business. THE PLUTOCRATIC REVOLUTION. It is proceeding. Finding that a candidate is liable to bo chosen to the presidency who Is not to be the creature of wealth and tho tool of trusts, tho monoy power Is preparing to prevent tho result it dreads. Tho word goes out that Bryan is crazy; his electors arc to bo thrown Into the courts. The plan of the plutocrats Is un doubtedly to prevent tho seating of President Bryan by fair means or foul. A court decision will bo ob tained to tho effect that ho is of un sound mind, or that ho is a dangerous man to be at tho head of tho republic, and that tho people aro lncompotent to choose a ruler. That decision will bo passed upon by tho servlllosupromo court of tho United States. Tho present plutocratic ruler of tho repub lic will enforce that decision by call ing out tho standing army If neces sary. Under all ami any circum stances no president shall ever bo seated in tho Wlilto House who takes his authority at, tho hands of the peo ple, instead of tho corporations and capitalists. This may be a dark picture. But wo believe it is the true Intent of or ganized wealth If It cannot have Its way at the polls. If Mark Hiuina and Wall Street cannot buy tho elec tion they will call In tho Instruments they already own in our government to overthrow tho will of tho people. ThcutTorL In Oregon and In other states to Involve the Bryan electors in tho toils of litigation, and hang them up In the Jcounty, show clearly that It Is not tho intention of tho plutocrats to allow tho issues In this "Campaign to bo, peacefully determined at tho polls" btif that UioyJntbnd to preclpltatb aro'voTuTfoir jr' iieco&ary to carry their point. .;ifl(JN rj'Xaj iiiriwiii'iiOiiaiSW I Aff OL.tf SOLDIF TALK". I A Republican Who Refuses Baptism t' In Mark Hanna's Tank. Editor Jouhnal:-To an old soldier , , ,,,1,,,,. -one who lias lived tlirthiisti lxty years of tlie up and dowis, tlie mi- -.. ..... H ... . . cesses and vicissitudes of our national ( apraug, J.ltcj th stioplies of old, out of campaigns since that or HarfTSfrr UI6 cHlKturwr heart almost broken with ., i ., . . . i . .. .-. the weight of comment, but still daunt first, the present campaign seems r- ju Sg Amu fa'Mllf and tll0 maB niarkable, to say the leaU. Other , svi,0 ppoko tho words was, for tho mo camjiilghs have been fiercely fought inW, traysfigured for ns, and his fur but never before, except perhaps in tlie campaign that preceded the election of Lincoln, has the whole country been w thoroughly agitated or social and political lines so com pletely broken. It would seem almost appropriate to ask whether the American people arc as was said of Gen. Sherman, crazy, or as was claimed of Grant, druitk. Although the millennial I itcrlipfl li:is iiiiL wt come, we soothe I'ou and the lauiblying down together (l)'Aicy and Barkiev.) And more than that, we -ce a sllverfox(Milcliell) ciossthe plains and lie down at tlie feet of the hounds offering to lead the chase for the capture and execution or his fellows. As said tlie parret: What next?"' But the mo-.t lemaikable and most to be regietted feature of the present campaign is the oivauizatlon of the time honored members of the G. A. It. Into a political body for the purpose of marching trough our streets to tlie tap of the drum. Although sucli an action may not bo contrary to G. A. It. rules, yet Is far from the purpose of our institution, and is very impolitic to say the least. But this division In the ranks of the G. A. JR. might pass without criti cism, were It not that those who have Joined the League have taken it upon themselves to call those who arc of different political views, unpatriotic. If it be a question of patriotism, and that clement in the character of the Individuals who march in tlie ranks of the League be analyzed, It seems to me that true patriotism will be found underi another banner. An Incident suggesting this Is the receipt of a letter from a comrade in in tho cast who, among otner tilings says: "Comrades, you had better stick to the old party. It Is the Re publican party which lias been, and is, tho friend of tlie old soldiers. See how hostile the Democratic party lias always been to the old soldiers," etc. Tills may be true, and from a selilsh standpoint it may be more expedient for an old soldier to stick to tho old party, even though lie sees It going like a ship on tho breakers. Personal motives may lead a man to fall in line with the old party, but where in tlie name -of all that is good and great does tlie patriotism come in? O patri otism, what wrongs have been hidden by thy name! Must wo old soldiers adhere to a cer tain polltitlcal party for tho attain ment of selilsh ends? Must we stand by the Republican party for fear our pensions will bo taken away if we, through conscientious and patriotic motives, vote with another party? Kol A thousand times, no! Wo will vote for such principles and for such men as we may, after careful and unprejudiced Investigation, dcom for the best Interest of our country. And no paltry sum, as a pension, no petty olllcc.no hope of political prefer ment, shall cvcrsverve us from our purpose of casting our votes for that which we consider to bo for the com mon good. II. "W. Phescott. Salem, Or., Oot. a. Bucklen a Arnica Salvo The best Salve in the world foi Cuts, Sores, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever ami all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains, Uruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to Live per fee satisfaction or money refunded. Price 35 cents a box. For sale by Fred A Tho dealer who says, "1 have no Hoc Cako soap," practically admit that ho docs not sell tlrst quality goods, If ho says ho has something ''Just as gooa" you will know at once that ho is trylhg to null you an in ferior article. Thcro is more cloathlne destroyed by poor soap than by actual wear, as tho free alkali rots tho cloth, lloo Cako contains neither freo alkali nor worthless JllUng. Wanted All glrlsto know thaf'IIoe Cako" will not mako their hands red like common soap. Savo tho wrappors. Tlioy are worth a cent apiece. 0 tf oJfik.sii'0'inLi3L. Ttsfic -? , ll!lj tTst . , -i J ZjC-Af 7i , ruui, I f f '&!? stf , niMtriiiiMiffO?7-iisr,KrriHKjiiJ,i.ii .in i iiawf'ii LtRcOLM'S dETTVSQUrtQ'sPEECh. Rubllmr me fmu. -J, 1 h6act ?tnttliew X etouJ'bluee by ami heartl tbatflpooch teHvcnd. ,t carro npoa m nftor tho roniii rntjs nud eluburato rhetoric of Ed- , ,. r. nto obl!Uul of roal flr(J ,,fUr ,. ms ,)it.Uro of fire. It rowed lace anil gaunt iurm iuok. uu tho light that never was on land or tea, bo that ho becamo tho arobotypo of the people themselves, uttering bettor than ho l.ucw thd great prayer of that finer and better humanity that our fa thers ami wo bcliovcd was to como with liberty and equality out of storm nnd stress nnd an unshaken confidenco in man. But I don't think any of us thon know how inastorful is tho speech of tho human heart when it comes through tho furnaco to theso great occasions and plants its sad sincerity by tho sido of moro scholarship and tho grooved thun der of rhetoric. Wo had to live on for a quater of n century nnd boo that brief speech burn ing with unquenchablo flnmo in out sehoolbooks nud standing out with mod est majesty on our pago of recorded history to comprehend how God "an toucli with a living coal tho lips of a rail splitter jubt ns he touched tho lips of n tcr.truakor of Tnrsui nnd lifted the untutored heart of the hhoemnkor, Bun yan, into communion with tho immor tals. Turn it every wny you can. tho Get tysburg hpoech stands uniquo ns a brioi litcraiy and patiioliu composition. It it tho noblest condensation into tho fittest words of nil tho emotions, nspirationF ami seutiinoiits that millions of mute people wanted at that moment to utter. So inv;roult is that spooch with the heart of tho occasion, nnd so mnjestio illy doe.i it hWt'up over into tho tiuio to come, Unit I hhuuld think all men every '.vboro would discern its intrinsic; quali ty. But that is not tho cat-o. I remember talking with Matthew Arnold when ho was in this country bout Abraham Lincoln you will re member that ho said of Lincoln that he had no "distinction" and I called his attention to the Gettysburg speech. 1 shall never forgot tho imperturbable 8ntura"ny Review atnre with which he asked, "Ah, what is tho Gettysburg spooeh?" Ho had never hoard of it. I boliovo whon hu went back ho asked Professor Bryeo whnt it was nbout, nnd when it was hu'uod np in nu American school book and hIiowii tohiin ho rend it hasti ly and put it away with commiserating reticence. Supposo you ask M. Bourgot, who is looking into tho American honrt by tho way of tho American bodico and on spaco rates, if hn lias read tho Gettys burg speech. I happen to know of my own knowledge that Robert Louis Stovcuhon had not heard rf it whon ho was exploring our continent, and Sir Lopol Grifnii and Rudynrd Kipling had an idea that it wns a uowspapor fako. Tho current number of Tho Saturday Roviow lies open boforo mo, and this is what my oyo falls en: "Tho common American delusion that thoro liavo been a number of groat Amnrin.111 nnnts. thnfc thnrn is inflow! such n thing ns American litoraturo, j disports itsolf with unusual pomposity. " It is impossiblo for thoso literary prigs of a special cult to understand tiiat thcro may bo stimulant condi- i tions or national mo that wnko into tumultuous activity all tho higher and bettor functions of tho soul prior to the chartered formulation of them into nn art, and that it is in theso poriods of awakening and not in tho nftor roposo of an elabornto icsthotioism tho most preoious heartbeats of tbo raco liavo mado themselves hoard and folt, sonio timoa in half nrtlculnto tonos, but of ton er in organ blasts which havo sot tho koy of liberty nud fixed tho vocabulary of liopo and victory. Boforo oloquenco orpootry was an art It was a burning soul and fotohod its etylo from tho agonies and mystorics of an untutored untnro. Lot us by all moans confer distinc tion on a deathless uttoranco by mold ing it in bronze. If wo add motal enough nnd surround it with tho arabesquo of Oxford, futuro Matthew Arnolds may join tho pilgrims and throw tho English tributo of a well turned phraso upon the tablot, which, after all, is but a weak hioroglyph of tho record in 70, 000,000 hoaits. Andrew O. Wheeler In NnM" Vnrl- Sun ISlcctrlo Current Iu the Quilt, A new invention, called by its invent or tho thormogcu, consists of a quilt containing a coil of wire- bent in the fashion of a gridiron, inclosed in insu lating uud nouiomluitiug material, nnd Imbodded in cotton, wool or other soft substnnco with a silk or woolen covor lug. Tho resistance offered by tho coil to tho How of an oleotrio curront through tho wire produces heat in tho samo wny that boat and eventually light nro pro duced in tho illnmnit of tho glow lamp. A uniform tompcraturo of about 160 degrocs F. hi thus maintained, but in tho event of tho temporaturo risinf bo- yond that point from increase- of pros, euro in tho oleotrio mains a fuso in stantly molts and automatically shuta off tho current. Tho quilt may bo read ily attached to ordinary Incandesoent hunp terminals. -Loudon Lanoet (Jure for Headache. As a remedy for all forms of Headaches Electric Hitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headache yeildj to Its influence. We urge all who are afflicted to pro lure a bottle, anl give this remedy a fair trial. In cast of habitual constipation Elec tric Hitters cures by giving thi needed tone to the bowels, and few casei lorn resist the use of this medicines. Trv It oneo. Fifiv cents and Jt.co'nt Fred A. Ixeu's Drut ltorc, . . .. t ?.".T.. a 1 ih-f-SirSnlaatfrVi'Krti M I MBM BlUltfllll !'- ' - SHI -niEST with ft biff 11. UlackweU's Genu 1 Inc ' BlL ra !- Durham Is In n clma by ltelf. You will And ono jPj -J COUpon Inildo cuch two ounce bap, und two cou- k III Smoking Tobacco B v5feM,1 jJnynbairoftliMsclebraUsfllobaeponndrcailUiocoupon Hf KH which u'lvcsullatofvatuabtoprosoutaaudhowtocctthcin POPULAR CONTRIBUTIONS For the Bryan Literature and Campaign Fund. The subscriptions are coming in slowly, but as they are purely oluu tary they show that theie are still men in this hotbed of Republicanism and bread-aiid-butter olllciaiism who dare contribute to tlie cause of the people Gallic. Amount. D.J. Fry SI 00 Businessman 2 00 Cash 1 00 A. Strong 50 V. G. Westacott CO John Bay no -3 B. Hofer 50 T. L. Davidson 50 W. T. Rigdon 50 W.S. Mott 50 J.M.Payne 25 James Rader . 25 Jeff Myers 50 H.M.Jones i.. 10 N. M. Learned 25 Businessman 25 Dr. Jeffries 50 W. C. Mitchell 25 W. T. Slater 50 W. B.Simpson 25 H. W. Prescott 25 John Savaire, 'ir 25 N. Lambert, cash 50 Laborer , 50 Farmer, cash 2 50 A Bryan boy, cash 25 Laborer 25 Laborer, cash 25 Business man 50 It. P. Boise 1 00 Silver Republican 5 00 Laborer 25 Tlie campaign now begun will last six weeics and win result in uregon casting her vote for Bryan or Mc- lumey. tho money win ue turned over to the treasurer of tlie Salem Bryan club. If you cannot contribute from 10 cents to $1 a week tor the campaign, give a cash contribution. While the McKinley campaign committee can hold up every banker and $5 to $500 out of every employe of tlie state, county and city government, this cause wncn won win owe the olllce seekers and tax-caters nothing. The Discovery Savud lite Lifa Mr. G. Cailloutte, Druggist, Heaversville, 111., says; "To Dr. King's New Discovery 1 owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr.Kmg's New diicovery in my store I sent for a botiL and began its use and from the first dose began to get better and after using three bottles was up and about again. It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without it." Get a free trial at Fred A. Legg's Drug Store. The Famous Little green mount ain musk melons golden cores the Hnest in tho market at Branson & Co's. Choicest family groceries a specialty. -9 2-ltf Let The Whole World Know The Good DrJIiles' Heart Cure Does ss H' EMIT DISEASE, hu its victim at a disadvantage. Always taught that heart disease islncurablo, whon tho symptoms become woll deflued, tho patient becomes aUrmed aud a nervous panic takes place. Hut whon a euro romedy is found and u euro effected, after years of sutTortne, thoro is prcat rejolclup and desire to "lot tho wholo world know," Mrs. Laura Wlno luger, of Bolkiik, Kunsa3, writes; "I desire to lot tho whole world know what Dr. Miles' TV- JiTilpc;' Hoart Cure has done for llu,- mo. For ton years I had Heart Cure ,ala -n m heart-shott- t - nos3 of breath, palplta- KcSlOreS tion.palninmyleUsldo, TTpnlft, oppressed feeling tn my XlCdtlll. ,.,,,, chest, weak and hungry spoils, bad dreams could not Ho ou either stdo, was numb nnd suffered terribly, I took Dr. Miles' iloart Cure and before I finished tho socoud bottle I felt its good effects, I feel now that I am fully rccovorod, and that Dr. Miles' Heart Quro saved tny lite." I)r. Miles' Heart Ciiro is sold on guarantee (bat first bottle benefits, or money refunded. fse i-toiiftA-i&SCT-gg THE ONE CENT DAILY. Has the Largest Circulation With All Classes of People. Tiik Littlij Onc Cunt Silvkh Daily has double the circulation It ever had. It is tlie only Bryan As sociated Press Daily in Oregon, and the cheapest paper on the Pacific coast. Even tho everlasting, s-elf-porpetu ating, ollice-holding aristocracy of Oregon read Tin: Jouunal. Advocates of Bryan and Independ ent American Bimetallism tire circu lating the Daily and Wukki.y as a campaign paper ail overOiegon, Its circulation in Marion county is greater than any other newspaper. Be Sura you are Right And then go nheud. If jour blc.,. 11. Ill your appttlte tailing, your nerv s u 1!. may be sure diat Hood's S-impMi you ncd. Then uke ii'i aUliotul upon Hood' und only Hood's T'ii medicine which has the l.ngel -.iK-world. Hood's Saraprilla is the O 10 Blood Purifier. Hood's Pills are prom it. .'Iii i reliable, easy to take, easy o npenie. JOHN HUGHES, Dealer in groceries, paints, oils, window glass, varnishes, and the most complete stock d brushes of all kinds in the state, Artists' materials, lime, hair, cement and shingles, and finest quality of rass seeds, NEW ADVERTIS MENT5 WANTED, To exchange choice fiuit trees, at wholesale prices, for 20 cords of wood. The Cooper Nursery Co .office over postoffice 3 I" KlDNAl'1'ED-.My Jersey cow lias disap peared. Party returning will be liberally re warded and not prosecuted. 11 Simpson 3 TO RENT, Two outside rooms, furnished or unfurnished; terms reasonable. Inquire 388 Church sL 2 3t FOR RENT A 5.acre ranch, one mile from Salem. Inquire st this office, 2 3 1 1 WANTED, Man to work on farm and take faim produce as pay Address box 2, Zena Or. 3 3t PRESTON VENABLE-The well known steeple chase jockey and race horse trainer has arrived in Salem and can be seen at the Bureau, 102 Court street. 10 1 -n FOR SALEr 50 cords of grub oak wood will be sold for $80 on the ground spot cash. Wood is located miles due east of the asylum. Call on or address W M Learned, Salem, Oregon. 10 1 3t FOR SALE OR TRADE.r-The best stock and 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 or trade tor small lace. For particulars inquire of A. H. oothby, Mills City, Or. 9171m FOR SALE OR TRADE Two improved lots, all kinds of fruit, on street car line, at a big bargain for cash; addres- if, this office, WINTER PASTURE.-,For good winter pasi iuic jor nurses inquire one uiocn west 01 the North Salem school. Robert Crayton. 9 9 im CARPET PAPER Large lot ol heavy brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Ju3 the thing for putting under carpets. Call a Journal office. New Opening. San Francisco second hand store. New and second-hand clothinr. 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 the place, 99 StateSt. J. Eller. Salem. Orecon o-i8tfT Salem SteamLaundry Please noticelthe cut in prices on the followingf Shirts, plain locents unaer orawers StoiocenU uuuer nuns ...... c tn m ..n it- Socks, per pair 3 ccnts ?fintkerf,hlefl-! - cen bilk handkerchiefs 3 cents Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per 'dozen, and other work in proportion. Flannelsfandjother work in telligently washed By hand. Col. J, Olmsted Prop. Ladles Who Value Areflned complexion must use- Poaoni's Pow-J ucr. itproanceaatoft and beautiful skin. !THHw C H. MACK, - DKNTIbT. - Successor to Dr. J. M.Keene, old White Comer, Salem, Or. Parties desiring supenoi operations at moderate fcr in any branch are in especial request. Dhpot Exmkes s, Mt'CU all.masl and passeggtr tininfl' llig. gage nd extness to all pans offflie eiiy. Prompt Scivice." Telephone No.fo. ' ' Ia.ip iiAnuu- WHAT IS SAID. Some say we give the best meal iri town for 15c. Wc say try us and see. HOME KBSTAURANT ! S. KICHAKDSON. I'KOP. ty Second door north of Httel Willamette. mm urn U EiT-FREE delivery. W0LZ & MIESCKE Proos. Dealais in all kinds of fresh and salt meats igrFresh sausage- a specialty. 171 COMMERCIAL ST "KINDERGARTEN." Mrs C. M Ogle will re-open her kinder Kiirlm in the Congregational church parlors on Septemlier 21. 8 29 im iONEYTOLOAN On farm land security. Special rates 'on large loans. Loans consideied without delay HAMILTON & MOIR Bush Bank buildintf. EY TO LOAN On city or farm property. Over Bush's Bank, T. K. FORD T. PL HAAS, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Makes a sp-"ialty of tine repair work, Setb Thomas clucU. etu, 215 Commercial Street C. H. LANE, lIKlffiTAILi 21 1 Commercial St., Salem Or Ei""Suits $15 upwards. 1'antsS upwands'EJ "The Capital' ,Tuit opened, next door to "Western saloon, 244 Commercial street. Best meal in the city for m cents and up wards. All new, neat and clean. All white help. RICH Alt DSOK & OHM, Props. SALEM WATER CO. Office: Willamette Hotel GuilJin For water service apply at office. Bill payable monthly in advance. Make a complaints at the office. There will be no deduction in water rate on account of temporary absence from the city unless notice is left at the office. Hereafter water for hrigation will only be furnished to regular consumers using water for domestic purpose. Contractors for side walks, brick work and plastering will please read "under building purposes" page 17 of schedule of rates for 1893. Apply at 1 for copy. EAST AND SOUTH -VIA- hasta Route. OF THEj Southern Pacific Co California Express Train Run dan between Portland and San Francisco. 8:50 p. m.l Ly, Portland r-Ar. 1 1:00 p. m.J- Lv Salem,-- Ar. io:4S a- n ) Ar- S. Frisco Lv. 8:10 a.m. 8:00 a. m 7roo p. m. Above trains stop at EastGPortland, Oregon City, Wo-dburn, Salem.iTurner, Marionj leflerson, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg, Junction City, Eugene, Creswell, DrainJ and all stations from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive. ROSEBURG MAIL DAILY. South j I North 8:30 a.m. lv. Portland ar. 4:40 p.m. 11:00 a.m. lv. Salem lv. 2:20 p.m. 5:20 p.m. ar. Roseb'g lv. 8:00 a.m. SALEM PASSENGER. o South I - North- 4:00 p.m. lv. Portland ar. 10:15 a.m. 6:15 p.m. ar. Salem lv. 8:00 a.m. DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS and second-class sleeping cars attached to all through trams. WEST SIDE DIVISION, Between Portland and CorvallUs, daily (ex cept Sunday,) 7:30 a.m. I Lv. Portland. Ar. 1 6:20 p. m. 12:15 p.m. Ar. Corvallis. Lv H35 p.m. At Albany and Corvallis connect with trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad, Express train daily except Sunday, 445 p. m. I Lv. Portland Ar. j 8:25 a. m. 7:25 p, m. f Ar. McMinville Lv "J 5:50 a.m. THROUGH TICKETS to nil points in the Eastern States, Canada and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratei from VVYW. SKINNER, Agent, Salem. E P, ROGERS, Asst. (J. f. & P. A., f Portland, Or. R. KOEHLER, Manager. 0. R k On ''HE EAST guts 1HE '-HOICK -DF. Jwo Transcontipenhl Rouio:, eastern citUs. Ut' W tltl rcEAN DIVISIOV SteamersLhf0rPoSB1VlN. ncsday and F.iday, , ?.,0 . ' oMl We Lowest freight and ? rip ticket, veB,y chea ,'" ,H bacgage checked through to ,1 J ni Oregon Washington .nl?, e. ? ?"U ! charge for baggage tranit . CheteV-!? roadorrtyer route to Por,laa bKtuUl For full details call on lk.is. 1, , "gents, Salem. Oregon, or adJI Ua e. mcneill, G Mw.iSfflTr I-ful.deStt'ffir'.0f- G. M. POWERS, Foot of Trade t. , . . . ""i Apm Through Tickets TO THE EAST! fcVIAJJTIlE 0;mn Pacific Sysium l hrough I'ullman.l'aLce bleepert. Toom Sleepers and Free; Reclining Clia! 'vf between Portland to Chicag,u, Our trains are heated bf steim ind lighted by 1'intsch light. Time to Chicago. 1 1.1 Javs Time to New York, 4 1-2 days. ' Which is many hours quicker than com. petttorg. For rates, time tables and fullinlornutlon apply to; BOISh&lBAEKEIi, - Agents, Sdem, th.J R.JW BAXTER. x C. E. BROWN, Ccneral Agent t Dist. Piss, i gen: 135 Third Street. Portland. Northern Pacific Railway. RUNS Pullman Sleeping Cars Elegant Dinin-7 Cars , Tourist Sleeping Caro To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluto, ruf '5rand Forks, Crcokston, Winaipeg, Helena and Butte. THROUGH TICKETS To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, Ie t York, Boston, and all PointsJ .East and South; HFor information, time cards, mius ul tickets, call on or write THOMAS, WATT & CO, AGENTS, 2O5 Commercial srreet, Salem, Of M A. D. Charlton, Asst. OmM-lPW-SAg Morrison st.. cornerThird PortUndJ' OREGON CENTRAL I .AND Eastern R R- Company Francisco & Yaquina Bay Steamsmp STEAMER "FARALpON, Shortest route between the Wiiiameii and California. .. wettoBa Fare from Albany or pouti J" Francisce: Cabin, 59; "OT'&U. """yAOUlNXW. x :::..m. rort oa -: The roost popular sc.u 7.towart North Pacific Coast. No uadertow- bathing absolutely '-.,.. honttae For those wishing to fjg4ort fai fishine with aquatic RS' h ' brack tu equal Deer, bear, ex, ---b-- ad salmon trout JUJ. within a few hours' In""?' . rsr Reduced nxts v '''rFZnint, Wi Salem. -i . .f kl fttA.