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W etUI SPECIAL attention 1 ottf fine Una of
Pongee Silk Waists, Sateen Waists, Swiss Waists, etc.
ttiSrTWO GIFTS. Etejrant Ladl' Gold Watch and Beautiful set of
Silver ware given away September lat
Our shoe stock I ititl golnjr at cost. All new goods and good quality.
307 Commercial Street
Yoa r Eotncto build or mtkeny Hndof
Improvement, call oa lhi uaCtr goal tor
material, tv'e bare a com plete deck, and are
ni&j tn (apply any prepared contract, arwer
frork, padiny, etc
Salem Improvement Co.
Foliowjncj JknnessS. The dea.b of
Leland Stanford from apoplexy, and,
It la charged, gross oycrfiedlng, revives
Interest in the question of accumu
lating an overburden of flesh. Presi
dent Cleveland Is said to be threatened
with increased weight and is trying a
new system. As a rule persons of small
bone, light muscles and sedentary
habits acquire excessive avoirdupois.
Since Misa Jennesa was in Salem sev
eral gentlemen have, by reading her
book and following its exercises, re
duced their fatness, elongated their
waists and suppressed their "busts"
sot a little.
Obeoon'b Greatest Industry.
The state Horticultural society meet at
Salem July 11th, 12. th and 13tb, when
public sessions will be held which
must be of interest to every grower of
fruit as well as to every businessman.
It is difficult to realize .be great im
portance of the fruit business herein
the coming years. In the near future
thousands of loads of fruit wi'l be mar
keted here every year, and tbe public
should not neglect tbe great induetry.
The Cannery. This lustltution ran
nine days up to Saturday night and re
ceived about five thousand quarts of
strawberries a day. It will finish its
pack this week. Tbe fruit Is fine and
cool weather now prolongs tbe season
Mills StakteO. Tbe Salem Mills
and Willamette Valley mills started up
this morning, giving employment to
quite a largo number of people. They
will run for some time. Indications of
prosperous times are found on all sides.
Married. Jacob Smith was mar
ried to Miss Cora Carnahan, of Port
land and camo to Salem yesterday on
tbe Elwood with his bride. They
will rralde at Salem, and are stopping
for the present at Chas. Mason's, on
Real Gypsies. At the social to be
given on Mrs. Plamondon's lawn this
evening, corner Center and Winter
streets, there will be a real Gypsy for
tune teller with her family, and as re
freshments will bo served in true
Gypsy style a novel entertainment cau
be expected. Everybody Invited.
Hop Poles. E. Cox, of this city is
about to go up to tbe cedar flats near
MU JffTereon and cut hop poles to be
shipped Into this valley on the Oregon
Pacific. There is a scarcity of good
poles hereabouts, and Mr. Cox will be
able to work up quite an industry In
W. C. T. U. Members are notified
that there is very Important business
to come up at tbe Tuesday's meeting,
and a full attendance is desired at 2:30
Hal Paiie. The S. P. railroad will
sell half-fare round trip tickets for tbe
Balem races from all points between
Portland and Eugene. The tickets will
be on sale beginning the 4th and will
be good to return until the Sth.
More for a cent
At the Capital City
Tba any place in town.
Burnett's, Adolph block.
Board Mer-tino, Regular monthly
Meeting of the Y. M. C. A. boardof dl
iekrs In the association parlors at 8:30
Tkosb JAOKErs We are selling so
aheap are Now York's best. The prices
WMOHt from one-fourth to one-third.
Come and see, T, Hbjveraon Co. St
HARD TlMH8.-Tbe pnee of flour wm
WseJownsittanow, and the Ra-
.Wu FkwirluK Mills turn out tbe best
MWJucj evcflcDOW Jut thofSRip.
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at Last !
PLAI2f WHITE Swisses.
AND SHOE COMPANY,
PEESONAL AND LOCAL.
Just received at tbe New York
Ricket, a new lot of shoes of all kinds.
Prices low. Call and see.
Assistant State Treasurer F. E.
Hodgkln spent Sunday at Albany on
Y. M. C. A. business,
A. dinger started for tbe Bound this
morning. He will also visit bis son J.
B., tbe operator at Chehalis, before re
Miss Anna Parmenter, who bas been
bookkeeper for Summerfleld & Co.,
manufacturing jewelers at Portland,
spent Sunday in tbe city.
Wm. H. Armstrong, deputy collector,
baa returned to Portland. He says
Black, bis Democratic superior, will go
slow about removals, but Wm. being a
strong Republican is not expecting
The county treasury is well supplied
with funds to run until July 1st, when
warrants will be endorsed. No en
dorsed warrants are being paid.
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Wright spent
Sunday with their son atMcMlnnville.
Mrs. P. S. Knight and daughter
Lena returned home this morning
from their year spent in tbe East.
Miss O. Ballou bas returned from
Chicago, to spend her vacation in Sa
lem, preparatory to resuming tbe kin
dergarten work next fall.
Geo. Allen, four miles east of Salem,
says crops are immense especially
The loyal town of Woodburn will
celebrate and ex-Mayor P. H. D'Arcy,
of Salem bas been selected as orator of
tbe day. Tbe people will bear a patri
otic and eloquent address.
Gypsy party on Mrs. Plamondon's
lawn tonight. Everything in real Gyp
sy style, and a genuine fortune teller.
Dr. A. G. Deardorf, of Fresno, Call.,
an old-time Salemlte, is the guest of
C. B. Moores.
John W. Roland, of Jefferson, is in
Mrs. E. K. Davidson and children,
of Portland, are tho guests of Mrs. E.
Johnson, In the Cottle block. -
Mies Minnie and Nellie Lansing start
(or the World's Fair tomorrow and will
be away three months In Ohio, Cauadu
and other partB of the east. Mr. Lan
sing accompanied them as far as Port
Inducements extraordinary this week
at tbe auction sale in Easton's music
store. Tbe goods held back by J. Straus,
receiver, for Albany arrived here this
morning, and as we go to press the old
warborse Is closing them out to a bouse
full of ladles and the chances are he
will remain all week. He informs us
there will be five elegant presents given
away free of charge at each 2 o'clock
sale to tlio ladies, and three handsome
presents given away each evening to
the gentlemen, at 8 p. m.
Crowd) of sportsmen are at Morning
side shooting grounds practicing for to
Attorney Jeffreys of Corvallis Is in
the city attending court. He says tbe
bauk failure has paralyzed business ut
that towu. The college board had ad
vertised for bids on the new building
and loss of money In Job's bank makes
it Impossible to go ahead. Treasurer
Shipley will probably have to put up
Tho Westacott & Shoup livery barn
la receiving a now shingle roof.
In the Corvallis failure tbe Masons
lose tho funds with which tbey hoped
to erect a new Masonic ball for which
the foundation was already dug, The
two bankers were Masons.
One of the wonderful phonographs
will talk to tho people at tbe Gpysy
party on Mrs. Plamoudon's lawn to
night. Everybody welcome. I
A tent will be erected en Mrs
motidou's lawn tonight for tbe real
Gypsy fortune teller, and those who
have beard her say she ia au excellent
type of tbe old-time fortuue-monger.
cau save m per cent, ouying
stamps aud seals from F, 8. Dearborn,,
the stationer. Do uot pay traveling
agents exorbitant prices.
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KVJiittXQ 0A1ITAL JOUltKAL, MONDAY, JUNE 20, lbtfa.
STATES PICNIC NUM.
Great Fonrlli ofJnlj Picnic b
ORGANIZATION! BT STATiSTO BE FORMED
Permanent Committees Appointed
from Each State
State Fair Orotuds Dedication Ex
ercises. Tbe states picnic held at Salem two
years ago at tbe state fair grounds on
tbe Fourth of July was one of tbe most
popular and Interesting events tbat
ever took place. A movement bas been
started ratber late to have a similar re
union of people by states at tbe same
place this year and make a permanent
organization of the colonies by states.
will be formed this year in tbe grove,
at tbe state fair grounds. A general
committee bas been appointed and sub
committees will be announced from
each state to take charge- Officers will
be elected for a perfect organization.
There can be nothing more appropri
ate than these reunions once a year by
families of all tbe immigration by
PIONEERS AND NATIVES.
A pleasant feature two years ago was
tbe reunion of Oregon pioneeis and
this year tbey will be represented in
full force. Kansas, Iowa and one or
two other states equalled and surpassed
tbe Oregonians iu numbers then. This
should stimulate tbem to turn out. A
committee of tbe native sons and
daughters will be created this year and
their gathering will be an interesting
This Monday evening at 8 o'clock
there will be a meeting of business men
aud representatives of the state at tbe
parlors of Hotel Willamette to appoint
a general committee and sub-commit
tees. Let all interested attend.
Van, Van, Van,
Eaton Is tbe man
Who leads the race as grocer.
Price's Fruit Flavors and Extracts
And newest table delicacies.
Police Coiibt. Recorder Edes did
a big busines today. Three hobos, two
drunks and two aasault and battery
cases were disposed of. 8. J. Dugan
and J. Wilson going to jail for tbe lat
ter. M. L. Jones, of Brooks, has sworn
nut a complaint of perjury against L.
M. Hensell, hearing set for Wednes
day at 1 p. m. Sing Hong and Sing
One were asked to put up $100 each on
charge of lottery gambling.
Insane. A man from Oakland by
name of Frank Pike who was once sun-
struck, is a tobacco fiend and moderate
drinker, at times Incomes violent, and
believes be is Jesus Christ and bas pow
er over everything, was brought to tbe
We are In it for to stay.
We always lead tbe way,
For teas, fruits, cheese, and house
keeper's happiness try Clark & Eppley,
Court street grocers.
A Close Call. The price we are
naming on our jackets. They continue
to move, aud it you want a bargain.
Come at once. T. Holverson & Co. 2t
What Shall the Harvest Be ?
Why I What can It be. but suffering
and t-orrow, disease aud death, if you
neg'ect the sy interna or a disordered
liver ? Take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medl
cal Discovery. It outsells all other
remedies. Hold uuder condition that it
must either benefit or cure tbe patient
or tbe money paid for it will be prompt
ly returned. It cures all diseases aris
inc from deranged liver, or from im
pure blood, as bllliou9nes8, " liver com
plaint," all skin and Bcalp diseases.
saH-rheum, tetter, scrofulous sores and
swellings, fever-sores, hip joint disease
aud kindred ailments.
SALEU, June 27, 1893.
A. E. Jensen, respondent vs. J. S.
Foss, et al, appellants, appeal from
Multnomah county. Judgment of tbe
lower court affirmed, Opinion per cu
riam. Joshua Ilcudy Machine Works, re
spondent W. The Pacific Cable Con
struction Co., The Portland Cable Rail
way Co. and Tho Portland Savings
Bank appellants. Appeal from Mult
nomah county; Judgment of the lower
court reversed. Oplulon per curiam.
J. H. Upton, respondent vs. R. D.
Hume, appellant. Appeal from Curry
county; argued and submitted. Wm.
M, Kaiser, attorney for respondent. 8,
H. Hagard attorney for appellant.
Are Yoa Nervous,
Are you all tired out, da you have tbat
tired reeling or sick headache? You can
be relieved of all these symptoms by
tukliicr TTfwt'a Kni-AnnArlllii whIMi ltAa
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nerve, mental ana ooauy strength auu
thoroughly purifies the blood. It also
creates a good appetite, cures Indiges-
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oUon and8Ureln efl&t, 2Sxnbox.
jor water brash and, sour stomach
take Bltninona Liver Regulator.
niMin j. ii is Bin raav iu iukd. huv hi
FK DATS PROCIUil
Oregon Stnto Sportsmen's Tour
nament at Salem.
SI50 BICTCLB MATCH TUESDAY
Program for tho Day Immense
String of Prizes.
Tuesday, June 27th, the sportsmen
of Oregon take possession of Salem for
Tbe Mornlngside shooting grounds
will be a scene of great activity all this
week. Tbe Salem Rod and Gun club
will entertain the Slate Sportsmen's as
sociation of Oregon with contests fur
$1500 in prizes and a number of purses
besides. The Salem Motor Railway
Co., will have extra electric cars run
logout to tbe grounds all day. Ad
mission to tbe grounds and to witness
tbe matches free.
PROGRAM MATCH NO 1.
Ten Single blue rocks. Entrance $1.00;
match no. 2.
Twenty-five single -blue rock. En
trance $2.00; birds extra.
First Prize One Imperial safety $150 00
Second Prize Whitney Safety
Hammer 12-guage shot gun.. 6-5 (X)
And 40 per cent of entrance
Suckling colt, 50 00
One hundred Nitro Powder
Cartridges, 3 50
And 30 percent of entrance
Fourth Prize One Fhhlng Rod
One Stetson Hat,
And 20 per cent of entrance
Fifth Prize One Parasol,
Year's Subscription American
And 10 per cent of entrance
81xth Prize Schiller Cigars
Bed-room toilet set,
8eventh Prize Double Chime
MATCH NO. 3.
Twenty single blue Rocks, Entrance
$1.50; birds extra.
First Prize Ithaca 16-guage
Hammer shot gun $ 35 00
And 40 per cent of entrance
Second Prize Framed Picture
One thousand Business Cards,
And 30 per cent of entrance
Third Prize One Pair Trousers
And 20 per cent, of entrance
Fourth Prize One-half dozen
And 10 per cent, of en trace
Fifth Prize-One Mable-Todd
gold pen and bolder 5 00
Two bundled "Enreka" car
tridges 4 00
Sixth Prize One pair shoes 5 00
Washbowl aud Pitcher 1 25
Seventh Prize Box Cigars 3 00
THJ3 CHICAGO DERBx.
Boundless Wins $50,000 Details of
Chicago, June 26 The horses were
started after tbe most outrageous and
vexatious delay of 70 minutes at tbe
post ever seen on the running turf
There was nothing to prevent the race
being strictly on its merits,and tbe best
horse carried off tbe prize. Whether
Bouudless could win over Bucb a field
again, when a prompt start was made,
is another matter, but be won and won
houestly. The grandstand, betting
ring, clubhouse aud lawns swarmed
with 75,000 people. Carriages, four-in-bauds
and other conveyances by tbe
hundreds were packed Inside tbe track.
Before tbe race started several thousand
left tbe grounds tired of waiting. The
worst of It was, there was no excuse
for the delay at the post.
At 4:20 the horses bnke to a beauti
ful start, but they were called back aud
kept at tbe post 70 minutes, till some
of them were in no condition to do as
well as tbey mluht otherwise have done.
Uouudleas.tliougU not the favorite, was,
with his stable companion, Lookout,
well backed, aud his victory was by no
DETAILS OP THE FINISH.
At tbe three-quarters pole Plutus had
his bead in front, with Aldebaran mov
ing easily by his side, followed a length
away by St. Croix and Ingomar. Then
came Johnson, Lookcut and Clifford.
Tbe others followed as before. As tbe
horses rushed down toward the stand
Lookout moved out of tbe bunch and
took first place, Aldebaran secoud a
length and a half ahead of Plutus, be
hind whom camo bt. Croix, Johnson,
CI I (lord, Ingomar and Boundless. In
tbe run from the grand stand to tbe
quarter pole 8t. Leonard pulled up to
too third place, a three-quarters length
from Lookout and Aldebaran, amid
frantio cheers from the backers of Ta
ral who rode him; but tbe crowd failed
to notice tbat Boundless followed Bt.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Tmd in Millions of Homis40 Years the Standard
Leonard In the advance at twnlenjrlhi'
rilfilatice- Itigoiiiar, Chorister And
Jolihftoti Migrated lioiiDdle from St.
jeonard. doing along io the hair
ByomllfM wm hindered considerably,
and Osfrlon kept hi mount back to
avoid tiug oeketcd.
IKlUMDf.nw TO THE PltQNT.
In the Meantime Lookout dropped
out and Aldebaran was lending nt the
end of tbe first mile. St. Leonard was
athl girth, with Jmgomnr n length
away, L'iioristir aud Clifford were
next, but suddenly Oarrlvin saw nn op
cnlng and shot Boundless forward.
Martin drew bis whip and suntClliTurd
after him, and the greut struggle was
on In earnest. Taral saw them coming
and drew ahead of Aldebaran. Fho
order a they swung Into tbe stretch
was: St.L-onard, Clifford, Aldebaran.
Boundless, Imgomar, Chorister and St
Croix. Down tbe course they came
amid cries from the grand stand. A
sixteenth of a mile from home Bound
less passed St. Leonard and Clifford as
though tbey were standing still. The
crow o was breathless with surprise for
a brief momrnt and then tbe cheers for
Boundless broke into pandemonium.
Boundless went under tbe wire at least
six lengths ahead, with plenty of run
left, in 2:36, while St. Leonard beat
Clifford three lengths for tde place.
Aldebaran was fourth, four lengths
away; Chorister fifth; Johnson sixth:
Ingomar seventh; Tyro eighth: St.
Croix ninth; Plutus 10th; Ramapo 11th
Don Alonzol2tb, Lookout 13th, Oporto
14th and Strathrose lat.
AFTEB THE RACE.
There was nothing stingy in tbe ap
plause which greeted Boundless. Tbe
vast concourse stood up and shouted
for five minutes. Even tbe Wasbibg
ton Park officials smiled almost audibly
upon their realization that the rich
prize was to stay In tbe West, J. M.
Gushing, owner of Boundless, rushed
up and threw bis arms about tbe ani
mal's neck. He was invited into tbe
judge's stand and given a $-50,000 check
He waved tbe paper to the crowd, h s
race being the picture or uncontrollable
joy, and tbe crowd cheered back as
though it had an interest in the stake.
It Is understood uarrison was given
$5000 for winning tbe mount. He was
picked up on the shoulders of tbe spec
tators ana borne to his dressing-room.
Boundless1 victory has established tbe
fact that Morello is king of the 3-year-
olds. inasmuch as morello beat .Bound
less at even weights in the Hawthorne
American derby, a sweepstakes for 3
year-olds, association to add an amount
smfScient to make tbe value of tbe
race $50,000 to the first, $7000 to the sec
ond and $3000 to the third. 1 miles
lioundless, br. c, by Harry U'Jballon
Endless, (Garrison) 1
St Leonard (Taral) 2
Clifford (Martin) 3
Betting Don Alonzo, 3 to 1; St.
Leonard s and Chorister, 3 to 1; Bound
lit and Lookout, 4 to 1; Cliflord, 4 to
1; Ramapo, 15 to 1; St Croix, 30 to 1;
PlutU3, 60 to 1; G. W. Johnson, 15 to 1;
AJdebaram, 20 to 1; Tyro, 25 to 1; Ingo
mar, 200 to 1.
Deafness Cannot be Cored
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the deceased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure Deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of tbe mucous lining of tbe
Eustachian Tube. When this tube
gets inflamed you have a rumbling
round or imperfect bearing, ana when
it is entirely closed Deafness is the re
sult, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, bearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cases out of teu
are caused by catarrh, which is nothing
but an inflamed condition of the
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) tbat cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY, & Co., Toledo, O.
CSTSold by Druggists. 75c
DRAKE-LANG LEY. At the office
of County Judue Hubbard, Mies Ella
Drake and Ro&coe Laugley, both of
WHITE LEDGERWOOD. At tbe
borne of tbe brid? near Stayton. June
25th, Miss Mae White to Prof. W. H.
Ledgerwood, Rev. Geo. Ashby offi
ciating. Tbe parents of both and other friends
and relatives were present to witness
SATE AND EFFECTIVE.
Braudreth's Pills are the safest and
most effective remedy for indigestion,
irregularity of tbe bowels, constipation,
biliousness, headache, dizziness, ma
laria, or any disease arising from an
impure state of tbe blood. They have
been In use in ibis country for over
fifty years, and tbe thousands of unim
peachable testimonials from those wbo
have used tbem, aud their constantly
Increasing sale, is incontrovertible evi
dence that tb?y perform all tbat is
claimed for them.
Sold in every drug and medicine
store, either plain or sugar coated.
Prompt relief In ilckneadacbe. dizziness.
nauaea, contlpatlou. pain In the ilde. guar
anteed to iboce ualng Carter"! LltUe Liver
mu. une a aose. email pnc, small dose.
Are free from all crude and Irritating mat.
ter. Concentrated medicine only carter!
Little Liver 1111a. Very email; very eaiy to
mc; uu jjjuii; no griping; ao purging. Try
MlnUter. lawyers, Teacher", and others
whose occupation glvea but little ezerclie,
should nn (irter'i. LltUe Liver lilts for torpid
liver and billotuneas. One la a do. Try
lUiUiJJLLli. , JH "iJHaB,'jjaaitJLU!i!!!. i-L
Some Btoroi nro having great
dificulty in bearing up in such
times as tncso.
Good tones! flom?
At low prices enables tho
WOOLEN MILL STORE J&Mfo&A
to bear up and increase the VSfjmlWV
bu-iness every year. v, Vi'v&Vr.LiWxiiiJVT
SPECIAL 1LIMI SALE!
For One Week.
French Chip, Tuscan Braid, English Milans, all colors, includ
ing a line of pretty plaques, every one cheap a $4.50,
will be sold for
SEE SHOW WINDOW.
If LI! NEW GOODS !
New lot, summer styles, elegant shapes, beautifully
and artistically trimmed, cheap at $3.00,
will be sold for
$1.00 $1.00 $1.00
New and stylish, just the thing for summer wear, assorted
colors, pretty and daintily trimmed, every one cheap
for $1.50, will be sold for
50 cents 50
25 doten Ladies', Misses' and
25 cents 25
25 dozen Children's
25 cents 25
10 dozen Ladies' Bun Hats,
25 cents 25
5 dozen only Ladies' Rough
15 CentS 15
Real, genuine, big-hearted, bankable values; just what the
people want, and to be appreciated must be seen.
FOR - ONE - WEEK.
MRS. S. G. REED,
265 Commercial Street.
MEN'S and BOY'S BTirrfL
PANTS and VESTS.
COLLARS and CUFFS,
HOSIERY and NOTIONS.
For Good Values and Low Prices Call on
WIICIS BROTHERS & CO.
OPEiUOyai! CORNER, -
Agent for X.6G. Corsets Seat In th,
tbe mm coUoMda paata la th market.
Agent focIUckO. Corsets Seat in
JIH 1 J. .mill
i: .1 21? Av&?.
'. H v 5,L7Jv5lW
Children's fine nntrlmmed bats,
cents 25 cents
cents 25 cpnta
assorted colors, cheap for $1.00,
and Ready White b'aliors,
Cents 1 nonfo
- - - BALEM, OREGON.
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