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HOga BROTHERS,
Editors.
fll7, by carrier, per month,
lMlir.br mull, per jwf
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TUB ANARCHIST VOTE.
AltgeltVlbe Democratic governor of
Illinois' lias pardoned the Anarchists
Neebe-.TJelden nd Schwab who were
ervlDK life sentence In a state prison
for tbelr connection with the Hny
market'riote of Chicago, May 4, 1880.
Two facta atand eut: The connection
of these men wlh that crime was mur
derous, treasonous and an organized
assault by foreign agitators upon
American law, ordrr, Eociety, govern
ment; 2nd, their pardon Is redeeming
of a political pledge- made the An
jtrebUvtB arid Soo'&llst of Chicago, by
which Altgelt carried Illinois.
Those two facta are pretty well estab
lished and require no comment.
TUB M.NANCE SITUATION.
Will the government allow silver
moTiev toeo toa dlseouut? Thesllvet
dollar Is now worth 63 cts. in bullion.
There Is 47 cts. govemmeul flat todaj
in all our coined silver and all papei
currency issued upon It.
Will the government maintain thin
flat? Can. It do su? Undoubtedly ii
could be done. It has been done.
With clear heads like Btantou, Salmon
P. Chase, Abraham Liucoln or John
Bhortnan at the bead of the govern
stent it would be done.
No doubt Cleveland and bis cabinet
will seek to dolt. They will do their
best under tbo circumstances to main
tain all the monoy ef our country at
nr. But the Cleveland administra
tion has been hostile to sliver. Circum
stances may lorce it to do the thing
it doss not love, or be ruined forever.
THE UNLUCKY LEGISLATURE.
That la a mild word for it. The
fctuous or ill-fated legislature would be
better. Nearly all Its chief work has
been assailed or Is already destroyed.
The monoy It appropriated for new
state institutions is tied up In an In
junction suit.
Its appropriation for the Agricultural
college building 1b lost in a busted
bank.
Its world's fair and military appro
priations are severely criticised.
The farmers swear they will re
jwaact the mortgago lax law.
The new road law is inoperative , be
cause it contains a little dynamite at
tbo tailond.
The game protector and food com
missioner are dead letters because no
salary attaches.-
Nil est bonum. , i- .
RESOLUTIONS ABOUT PENNUYBR.
H, 0. Perkins, of Llewelly n,f urnishes
following resolutions of Liberty alii
.anoeYNo. 75. for publicatien:
Wbe&aft; The laboring- people of Ore
goa:bavo recognized in Gov, Peunoyer
au able defender or thotnrtgnts during
hia term of office as governor; and
Whereas, The Populists of Oregon
and other states have considered him
in entire sympathy jrftb their platform,
ba Laving ondorsed, all Jhe Important
features of the same; tboreford be it ,
Resolved, by this alliance that the
editor of the Farmers' Journal lu his
denunciations of Gov. Peunoyer for uot
vetoing the bill repealing the mortgage
tax law ia imperiling the Interests of
the people's -party pf Ofeeqn.
Resolved, Tit the above editor is
hereby called ttjxiu, by thU body, for
the peMvj99)9fbnt Gov. Peunoyer
is i(sfrtr,VM oniy to the Populist
organlMUoqf pwe G rover leveland, att
published by him In the Farmers'
Journal of April 21, 1803.
Beaolved, That we further demand
of the editor to aay to what political
party the governor does belong and we
emphatically domand tho proof that
Governor Peunoyer weut around so
oretly belittling Gun. Weaver, uud did
.not vote for him on clectiou day.
Resolved, That wo also demand tho
proof that the governor was in aeon
spiracy with Joe Blmon in repealing
the mortgage tax law as appears In his
editorial of April US, 1603; and be it
further resolved that if the above state
ments of Mr. Ga&tou proves beyond a
doubt to bo true, we will ever hold him
la highest regards and ooiumeud his
pep to the favor of our brother Popu
mu, but if he falls to produce the re
quired proof for the above statements
ttHWkhed by him In regard to Governor
Paaoyer we shall look upon him as
Uto netny of the Populist organization
tUMsBMour utmost Influence agaluat
mlm and bis paper. And we hereby re
atMMt tbo editor to publish these resolu
on and answer our dumauda at his
earlkat convealece.
?s
SATS AND EFFECTIVE.
IkAHdratU'a Pills nro tho safest and
tnoatetteotivo remetly for ihdlgvstion,
Irregularity of the bowels, constipation,
bilHMHatfM, headache, dlsilness, tna-
yarm, of any uiseaso aruiug inun au
impure stale of tho blood, They have
bwi In use lu this country for over
Mfty years, and the thousands ofuulm
ivoHblo tta)tlmonlala from those who
havaured them, aud their constantly
mcrelhgBle, k liicontrovertlbIoov.IJu;i?,. " JW" "" -- iw-
dtlO0 that ttlOV pertoftn All that ia
nljilnuiir.irtlt.il
Hokl In vorv druir and medielna
ftor, either )laiu or (sugar coated.
ftUnUKHTKfl COMMENT.
Tjie lnliV?nI ' lopnilW up tho
Llftsrst event of the fceaiort.
Iinliml mailMiiii rm
dhicrn for the" Ohk Ckmt DaItly by
Wall are corning from all part of the
stato.
The old first families of Oregon and
an occasional "meekear" from tho East
are being recognized by Cloyelnnd.
UJI-l I J .11111 LB
This administration Is bent on turn
ing down young Democrats. What
can they expect when their party only
geta In power ouco or twice In thirty
two years.
Los Angelea will entertain thojnter
national Irrigation Congress Oct. 10 15,
1893, Oregon has 3160 people -who Irri
gate lands for agriculture td extent of
177,044 acres, nud should take an inter
est In this congress. C. D. W I Hard, Is
the local secretary,
It is worth white to inquire Into the
cause of tho withdrawn! of the Agricul
tural college fund from the state treas
ury to Corvallls to be deposited In (be
'ottering bank of Hamilton, Job & Co.
There was no precedent for the re-
movat of such a fund until It was
needed for expenditure. Was It a
scheme of interested parties to bolster
up a financial institution which was at
the very time the deposit was made
hopelessly involved in bankruptcy 7
There is plenty of material in this case
for an interesting Investigation by
t roper authorities. Ex.
FEOM WILLAED.
Miss Kate Pooler and Leda Thomp
ton are home from Monmouth where
they have been attending school.
The time of the C. E. prayer meeting
baa 'been changed from 3 p. m. to 8 p.
m."
The picnic Victor's Point was largely
attended. After the literary program
Mr. Swank, of Aumsvllle addressed' the
audience upon the financial and busi
ness crisis of the day, and was replied
to by Mr. W. Cranston. Time being
scarce it was decided that they should
finish their discussion at Borne future
date. Then followed an entertainment
by tbo Waldrop family of Portland
which was enjoyed by all.
Quite a number from here attended
camp meeting at Turner Sunday .
The Misses Alderson loft for their
home at Portland Tuesday. ,
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach tho 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 oi me mucous iinimr.or tn
Eustachian Tube. When" this tube
gets inflamed, you have a .rumbling
Bound or Imperfect hearing, ana wheu
it is entirely closed Deafness is the re
sult, aud uuless the inflammation can
be takeu out aud this tube restored to
its normal con(iltlou,bearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cases out of ten
are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing
but an lufiamod condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Huddred Dollars
for auy case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Uatarrn cure, brim tor circulars, tree.
F, J. CHENEY. & Co., Toledo, O.
4-Sold by Druggists, 75c.
AMONG THE GEMS.
The finest turquoises como from Persia.
Tho beautiful green o malachite is due
to copper.
Bone turquoise is cut from the teeth of
jaaatodo&a, colored with animal matter.
' DianioaIaar f omVdl la every color and
shade, from tho purest white to jot black.
The Regent diamond Vas found at
Gfolconda and In tho rough weighed 410
earats.
Carved emeralds were well known to
do ancients aud of high value as cut
works.
Opals are eo sensitive that exposure to
moisture or heat, or oven sudden atmos
pherio change, sometimes ruins them.
When a lino ruby ia found in Burmah,
A procession of elephants, grandees aud
soldiers escorts it to tho king's palace.
Jasper is an impure quartz, usually
containing much Iron. It is found in red,
brown, yellow, green, black and blue.
The sapphire which adorns the summit
of tho English crown is tho' same that
Edward the Confessor wore in Kls,rin
"Away I Away 1 There la daDger here t
A terrible phantom Is bttndlnt: uear;
With no humau look, with no human
breath.
He stands beside thee tho haunter
Death I"
If there Is'ono disease more than an
other that comes ke tbo unbidden
guest at a banquet, itls catarrh. Iu
sldionsly It steals upon you, "with uo
human brvatli," It gradually, like tht
octopus, winus ltsooiia about vou and
crushes you. But there Is a medicine,
called Dr. Sage'a Catarrh Remedy that
can tear you uway from tho monster,
aud turn the sythea' point of the reaper
.inmaingui hub wumuriui reinen)'
otter. In good faith, a standing reward
of foOO for au iucurablo case of catarrh
lu the head. f - -
Prompt reller In- ickheadaohe, dtntnes.
nausea, contiipailon. pain lu the ,ia, guar
fiW0"1. ,h,isa u,ln Cartel' Ltttla Lier
JtlU. Opdoe, tuusll price, Small dome.
Am freo from all crude and IrHtutinv m,t.
Tr. t)nodUlrtd wedleluo duly . outer1
Little Liver Mils. Very small xeW'VSJ til
,"';"' si'.I.iVvr-. J.!"1; "i7. '
mine. Try
MlnUWw, Uwyor, Teacher. and-otHra
WDM 1KMM1
wit.. iKxiiuwtiuti viv-Hi uui iiiiio exro-ftf.
A0"'4 ?. lAr.L .tu "Jf .t '' KOJ"
liver and
biUouue. Oa la, do, fry
vaeui,
TODAY'S MARKET..
Prices Corrsht by Tolsirapli Local
and Portland Quotations.
Balkm, June 30, p. m. Office
Daily Capita f, Jouhnau Quota
lion for day and up to hour of going to
pmi wero as follews:
HALKM ritODUCRMAnKKT,
riiuir.
Good shipping ntrawberriea 3 to 3 ct
a twx. rjhlpper furnishes orate.
Peas 8 ceiitR n unlloti,
GooMbcrrled 16 cts n gallon. '
ClK-ltleo-3 to fi eta a lb. Continue
scarce.
IIUTCItKIl 8T0CK.
Veals dressed 4J ctn.
Hogs dressed 0J to 0.
Live cattle 2,to 2.
Hheep alive $1.60 to $2.00.
Spring lambs $1.60 to $2.00.
mill, 1'iucra.
Balem Milling Co. quetes:
In wholesale lots $3.20. Retail
Flour
$3.00.
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. Shorts
(19
and $20. Chop feed $10 aud $20.
WHEAT.
Market Is flat at 50 cts.
MAY AND GRAIN.
Oats 40 to 50 cents.
Hav Wild. $10; timothy and clover,
$12, Baled $12 aud P14.
Barley No demand except for feed.
50 cents.
FARM PRODUCTS.
Wool Best, 10 to 12c. No buyers.
Hops Small sale, 16 to 17c.
Ega Cash, 10 cents.
Butter Best .dairy, 20 to 25; fancy
creamery, 25.
Cheese 12 to 16 cts.
Farm stnoKed p.eats Bacon 12;
hams, 18; shoulders; 10
Potatoes new 75 eta. to $1.
"Oulous to 2 cents.
Beeswax 34c. Caraway seed, 18c.
Anise seed, 26c. Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, ffcte; drv, 4 cts; sheep pelte,
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations on furs.
LIVE POULTRY.
Chickens 7 to 10 cts; broilers 10tol2;
ducks, J2i; turkeys, slow sale, choice,
10 cts; geese slow.
PORTLAND QUOTATIONS.
Grain, Feed, etc.
Flour Standard, $3.40; Walla Walla,
$3.40; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2,60
per barrel.
Oats Wblte,48c per bushel, grey, 46c;
rolled, in bags, $6 256.50; barrels,
$6 506,75f cases, $3 75.
Hay Best,'$1517 per ton; common,
$1013,
Wool valley. 13 to 14o.
MiilstutTs Bran. $17 50; shorts, $22;
ground barley, $2fl24; chop feed, $18
per ton; whole feeii, harley, 8085 per
cental; middling, $2328 pertou; brew
ing barle.-, 9fl05c per cental: cblcken
wheat. $1 22) 1 .24 per cental.
Hops 10 to 171c
DAIRY PRODUCE.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery ,22J
25p; fancy dairy, 17120c; fair to good,
16luc; commou, 12jc per pound; Call
foruia, 35a)44c perroll.
Cheese Oregou, 11 13; Eastern
twins, 16c; Young American, IGo per
per pound; California flute, 14c.
Eggs Oregon, 16o per dozen.
Poultry Chlokeus,old.$3.50; broilers,
large, $3 00nU Oe: smnll a.oo&a.o;
duobi, ,uii, $4.506 00; young, $3 00
6.00; geese, $9V00; turkey?, live, 12ic;
dressed, 15c,, per pound.
8N FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 12
14o; do inferior, 9llc; do valley, 16
18o.
Hops 1316o.
Potatoes Ordinary kinds of new in
sacks at 90c$1.15 per cental; new
Erly Rose, boxes, 00c1.25; new Bur
OankB, $1 001 25 per cental.
Onions 8500c per cental for red.
and $1.001 25 foreilversklns.
Barley Feed, SlJ82o per cental
for good quality aud 85c for choice;
brewing, 901.02 per cental.
Oats Mlliiug, $1.601.55; fancy feed
$1 601.55; good to choice. $l.451.50;
common to fair, $1 1501.3-5; gray, $1.30
1.45; black, $1.151.25 per cental.
DR. GUNN'S
ONION
SYRUP
FOR COUGHS
COLDS
AND CROUP.
GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE
In rtliluc a family of nlaa ohlldrin. ay only
rdrafely tot Conctit, Coldi and Croup waa ealon
yrup. It It lut a ffet!r to-day tt u forty
Start wo. Mow ny rrtndoMldrea taka Dr.
unnl Oalaa Syrap. whlea Ii alraady prtpand
and mora rJnt to Ut taata. SoM eTtrywhtrt.
Larca betuaa M oaata. Taka no aubatltata ror 1L
Bold.by Baskett & VanSlype.
LKAVES S.LKiI
frtou U. l. Dock at 6 o'clock a. in. every Wed
nrsday and ttalurOnjr.
I.KAVES IORTLAND
trotu the Central dock at foot ot Waablrcton
mw vv.j nuuui ruu Auupfuagr.
LKAVES SALEM
tor Albanr everr Mbaday and TuMdoy, re-
IXuioernlmr frtULt and tawnMrintinu.
eallu Uta asat. All UaUtRExT'
DR. GUNN'S
urjraovso
LIVER
pills'
A MILD PHYSIC
OKI? PILL mat a hncr
Car aaalia. s-aaaa piUa aupcly what tha ayaUts
" a siaax iu lYuaciaxlaa battar taan
SiS .r 4tt ? 2 tearetaaa yo ot tkalr
Batlu ra awll aaaiiitaa fraa. a fall boi lao. Sold
tvarywuara, VinVj KdTo&, rtaiadAlpMaa.
Bold bv Raakett: AVai'Kli I
Steamer Elwoot .
A li& ik
f f L3 J rW
r r2iSkat vi Mmt
Befors (Join to Urn World's rlr
Unqniro Aiwnt
Tho LlmKwl EipreM trains of the Cfil.
cago, iMIIwaukrQ A 81. i'atll JUllway
Ixtwron Ht. 1'atil jtnd Chlrago and
Omaha and Chicago,
Them trnlnaaro vrstlbtiled. elcctrlo
lighted and alpntii heated, with tho fin
est Dining end Hloeplug Car Honrlco In
tho world,
The Electric reading light In cacti
berth Is tho nucaWul novelty of this
pmgretwlvonge, and Is highly appreciat
ed by all regular patrons of this lino.
Wo wish othnrn to ktiow It merits, as
tho Chicago SFIIwatikce & St. Paul Hall
way U the outv lino In tho west enjoy
InurtheexcluAvo uxoofthis patent.
For further Information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
C. J. Eiiv, General Agent,
J. W..CA8KY,Trav. Pass. Agt,
225 8tark Ht,, Portland, Or. tf
Cot
Cot'
Cot1
Lei
Cot;
Collolcn Cottotene
Collolne Ccllolfiie
jtlolCM
tattoltnt
'cne
To assure both the above ends,
good, wholesome, palatable food is
demanded. It is next to impossible
to present a sufficient variety of appe
tizing bills of fare for our meals with
out a liberal allowance of pastry and
other food in which shortening is
required. How to make crisp,
healthful, digestible pastry has
puttied the cooks. A difficulty in
cue
toe
icna
icna
itna
lent
iene
icna
,en
,en
,en
,cne
!
ene
eoe
e
'ene
'en
'en
'ene
all nood cookingin the past has been,
lard. Always tickle, never unilorm,
most unwholesome lard has always
been the bane of the cook and the
obstacle to "good digestion."
OTTOLENE
Cottolene Cottolene ICottolene Cottolene Cottolene
Cottolene Cottolene Cottolene Cottnlen Cottolene
Cot
Cot
Cot
Cot
Cot(
Cot
Cot
comes now into popular
favor as Ihe new shorten sherten
ing: better than even the
best of lard with none of
Cct
Cct
Cot
Cot
Cot
Cot
Cot
Cot
Col
Cot
Cot
Cot
Cot
Cot
lard's objectionable quali
ties. And
E
comes attended by both
"APPETITE AND HEALTH."
Grocers sell it all about.
REFUSE ALU 8UBSTITUTC9.
Cotolene Cottolene oltolene ICottolene Cottolene
I oulene Jjoltolene cottolene Mtioiene (ouoicne
Made only by ,.,
N. K. FAIRBANK A CO., ene
ST. LOUIS and -
CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON. '!"
East and, South
VIA
THE SHASTA ROUTE
of the
Southern Pacifid Company. ,
CALIfOKNIA EXPRESS TRAIN RT7N DAILT BK-
TWKalT FOKTI-aMD AND S. P.
(South.
North.
7.-OJ p. va.
9:18 p. m.
8:15 iv.ni.
t,v.
Lv.
Ar.
Portland
Salem
Ban Fran.
Ar. I 7:& o. m
L,v. I S:26 a. m
Lv.) 7.-O0p.m
Above trulus istup onlf at lollowlug umuona
north of Roseburg, East Portland Oregon City,
woouDurn, oaieai, aiiodt iKugeiu, aueaas,
Hnlsey, Uarrlsburg, JunctionCity, Irving ana
r.ugene.
KOSKH1IHO MlL. DAILY.
&SU o.m.
11:17 a. m
5:50 p. m.
Lv. fortlaid
Lv. Balem
Ar. Bosebrrg
Ar. I -LU) p. oi.
Lv.
-. 1:10 p. m.
Lv.
7.-00a.nj
Albauy Local, Dally Kxcept Nuudar.
&OJ p. m. Lv.
7:52 p.m. ILv:
IfcOO p.m. I Ar.
Portlmd
eiilem
Albacr
Ar. 10:3Ua,m.
Lv. 1 7-Sst a. m.
Lv,B:80a.ni.
Dining Cm-s on Ogdeu Routu
PULLMAN BUFFET SLBEPERS
AJJE
Second Class Seeping Cars-
Attached to all I trough trains.
vYest Side Dinsion, Jetween Portland
&di! Ceiallis:
PAII.T. (EXCEPT SONDAT).
7:dU . ui. I
la 10 p. m. I
L.V.
Ar.
fortlanl
iTorvulls
AT.
Lv.
ofci p. I
12:58 p. m.
At Albauv and IX).
Ills connect
Witt
tralno of Oiveim INiMfin
llroad.
r. cKf. ihai.n HM ti 1 4 KKI-,iijri
i:) p. ax. i l.v. I'or.laTd SK"
7:-2S p. m. I Ar. McMtnndlle Ev.
W5iJn
T11KOUCB1 TICKETS r i
To all point In tho Farn Hlntea, fiiimiti-
1 ' .. ' 1 L W
ana Kurops ran oo nnmnea ct loMPt'iaiKS
lroni W. W. &KlNat. AgeiirTAilom.
K.P. HUUKltS, AMUW. K. aiiO-Viisa. At J
U. KOKUI.KK, Mantfer. jffi-
The
Yacmini
route.
5
OREGON PAW-B. i
And Oregon Dovelopraenborapany's steam
ship line. S tnlliliter, M hours less
time than by any otnerhiuie, First cl&bs
through passenger and freight Hue from
lortlaud aud bU olntsu the Willamette
valley to and fruuln Kiucleco.
T1MK BOUADULK, ((coept Sunday.)
Lv Abany.l:00 p m I LTSorvalllsl p m
Ar Yuauluai:;W p ni Lvfaqulna&4S a va
L-r Oorvallls. 105 am Arlbany lt:10a m
Ol a o. trains connect a; Albany and Cor.
vallls.
The above trains connedat Yaqulna with
the Dregon l)evel pmeut a.'a line of steam
era between Yaqulua and tta'Knincleoor .
N. U laasengtrs from Kirtland and till
Willamette valley polnUcn make clone con.
nectlon -1IU the trains ofie Yaqulna lloute
at, Albany or CVirvallls ancif destined to tian
Francisco, should arrant tarrlvo at Yaqulua
uv c vuiaif uen re uuwoi utiiiaT.
lasseuger nud FirigblKate always the
loweat For Information ipply to Mw.n,
HULMANAUoKrvlght i& Ticket AgenU
300 and 1U2 Front street, inland. O - or
C.O.llOUUK.Ac'ti.cnFt.Al'BJia, Agt,
Or. Faolno It. ItTb . Oorvallls, Or.
P. U.HASWtm Jr.. Utfl Freight and
Faaa. Agt. Ore. ii clop weut Oo.,
M liomgomery Bt
MAKE NO MOREV1ISTAKE3
CHAltLES A. SMfH RUNS
Tie Rustler Hood Saw
And he doesn't burn up tif your wood, In
fuel, when he saws It, N your contracts
with htm peraonally or!eavtruera at Vwtcts
cigar store. leaiborn,abooatore,4S8Uummfr
cigarsiow. ueaiboru'a booiore,4MBummer'
) " How Siod digntion nait on i
And health on both." )
CouoleneijotioieneCouolene Cottolene ICottolene
Cotlolene Cottolene ICottolene Cot tolene Cottolene
for Infants
"OaitorUUowenlAptdtoehlUrenUiat
I recommend Una luporlor to nr pretuHpUoo
known to me." It. A. Ancnu, It. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brookln, N. T.
"The tue of 'CAstorla' U so universal And
Ita mnrlU io well known tint It teem a work
of supererogation to endorse It. Few are tho
Intelligent families- who do not keep Costorla
within easy reach "
CARLOS llAHTTlf, D.I)..
New York City.
Late raster Bloomlngdalo Beformed Church.
Tmt Csxtacr
TAB NEW
WILLAMETTE STABLES
Completed nud renclyTto wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or week.
at reasonable prices. Wo keep a full
meet an aemauas. aibo Keep ttiennesi
Barn and residence 2 block south of"
CLEAN.
If you would be clean and have your clothes done up in'
the neatest and dressiest-mannar, take them to the
SALEM STEAIVI LAUNDRY
where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt
manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
Liberty Street.
Spring
Races !
FAIR GROW, SALEM,
July 4, 5, 6 and 7.
PRIZES $3,500.00.
Trotting,
Pacing ?nd
Running
CONTESTS.
PROGRAMME.
Tuesday, July 4th.
Rpnnlner. seven-eighths mile dash, purseTSXJ
Pony race, 400 yds, a best In J
Ponies not to ezceed 13 bands high.
Trotting, 1:45 clas. 2 In 3
Trotting. 3-year-o'ds, mile dash
Pacing, 2:35 class, 2 in 3
250
IN)
250
Wednesday, July 5tli.
Rnnnlnsr, one-half mile. 2year-olds, purse llSi
Running, one-hall mite and repeat, " 20(1
Trotting, JiS das, a luS " 250
Trotting, 2.24 class, 2 mile dash " 200
Thursday, July Gth.
RunnlDg, mlledash puree,$100
Runnlotr. mile dash
250
Trotttng, 2:29 class 2 In 3 '
PijfiuR, 2-year-old8,mlIo dash, "
Friday, July 7lli.
Rjinnlng, mile dash purse,
QootletUQu'B roadster race 2in8 "
llOrt.CS Without MWlrfi. nwn tn .tplm
S00
150
5100
100
foveltv ruuniDir race.G mllps..
200
This race Is for ladle, entrance fire: they
can chauge horses as often as tbey wish.
ADMISSION: Gentlemen, 60 cents.'
Liitaies, ; cts. utinctren over 12 years.
25 eta. Grand stnud, 25cts.
OFFICERS.
President, H. W.OTTLE.
VlCfwPresldent, W. J. KRWIN.
Secretary, F.H.DKRUY. '
Treasurer, I. L. PATTER80N
HOWARD,
House Mover.
The
451 Marlon Street.
. lias the best facilities tor movimr and .!.
ing houses. lave orders at uray Bros.. 'or
address Salem, Oregon. '
Smith Premier Typewriter.
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Sour Utotnach, DUrrhtus. KruetaUoa,
Kills Worms, glra aUap, and pmaotM d
gestlon,
Wl'iiout Injurious tnedlcUlosL
" For aereral yr I havn Teoouimendni
. your ' Cattoria. ' and shall always continue to
do an as It has Invariably produced beaoaoial'
results."
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' Tbo Wlnthrop," 13th Otreet and Tth Are.,
Hew York City
Cokfaict, 77 Mukrat Simmrr, Maw Toax.
I
'Hne of Truck"; Draya. and Express to
- Hiaiiinns in tnis county, ror service.
postofllce.' RYAN &CO.
W1SC0S1N CENTRAL LINES.
(Northern Pacific R- R. Co., Lessee.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Trains Daily.
12:45pm
1:30pm
10:lRam
150pm
7.15am
6.25pm
7:15pm
4-15pm
7.25pm
9 59am
I M'nh a 9:45am 4:15pm
1 BtlVul a 8:30arol 3:40pm
1 .. Duluth aU.0am! 660pm
1 . Ashland. a SJBom 3 BOpm
I Cblcago.a M7pm 1045pm
Tickets sold and baggage, checked through
toall poln'Bln the UnlieaHtatea and Canada.
Close connection made In Chicago with, all
trains going East and Kouth. a
For lull information apply to yonr nearest
ticket agent or JAS. O. PONO,
Uen. Pass, and Tkt, Agt., Chicago, IU;
Bids for Asylum Supplies.
The board of trustees of the Oregon State In
sane asylum Invite tealed proposals lor the
furnishing at the asylum iear-altm, "regon,
the lollowlng supplies for the six months end
ing January i, isvi:
DRY GOODS.
500 yards cotton
brown.
flannel, Nashua
XXX
1.200 yards Amoskeag, mariners stripe, bine
and white.
500 yards PequotA sheetings, 38 inch, un
bleached 600 yads Lownsdale sheeting, 88 inch,
bleached.
200 yards Continental, checked flanneL
300 yards Ulass crash, )8 Inches wide.
700 yards bleached linen ana Freuch' crash.
18 Inches wide
2) yards Amoskeag blue denim.
200 yards 9-1 bleached sheeting; Pequot.
100 yards superior satin damask, 68 Inch
wide.
200 yards Marseilles checks, York Mfg.
000 yards Dragon cloth assorted co.ors.
Wdjr white smy binding Inches wide.
25 dor. ladlea c aton hose.
6 doz. mystlo Turkey red handkerchiefs, si
Inches. '
75 dor. No. 86 white (Coat's) thread.
2 dor. No. 18 white (Coal's) thread.
3 dor. No. 6U white (Coafsi thread.
2dt.r No. 60 while iCoif.) thread.
10 dor. No. SR b ack (Coat -) thread.
50 vards table nil rlnth Knot ,tin.- n.k.
color. ' H " '""
12 dos. papers pins.
GROCERIES.
lOJttO pounds beans, small white.
8.0O) lbs granulated sugar.
6,o,x)ihsa.c fugar.
6.10) lbs. rolled Out. In havrola fr.V, -n
3.000 bscraciedbeat. ' '
4,000 lbs Gold Dust corn meal (or as- good)
2.000 lbs hominy, fresh
fresh ground In barrels.
land rice.
4,000 lbs choice Island nee.
.Oo gallons
New Orleans molatses, best
qu.llty.
1,0m lbs corn starch, Oaweeo,
6 000 lbs Liverpool sk t.
600 lbs cheese, Ctabston'a or' as good, full
150 lbs O. A Co's A. 4 If. brand crb soda.
soo lbs cream latar. J. A. F.i ger"s best,
2 Vulcan Buperior Safety matches.
25dnr brooms.
2 dra' wh'sk brooms.
15 ooz, (miib oysters, Blue Point, or as good.
20 tior cans oysters, r lelds.
1'' d.ox- corn, taoo or aa ccod.
lOOltw. n.nrlh.rlv s".
Too lb, soda crackers XXX fresh.
& ,b ?iEtr racfc XXX Iresh.
100 bs. Oswego gloss starch.
20 boxes macaroni.
OIL.
100 gallons kerosene.Tearl brand, In tanks.
20 gallons Albany spindle oil.
6 gallons Albany cylinder oil. '
FLOOR.
deTverVdasted:18' .
MEATS.
nn.ro.i i ...ri ."i"-"" "'. v't re
MAI1DS nerasT. mnra tiv Im. n ....
fers mndquar
FI8IL
Fish as required
red, giving pree per pound for
different Sind, perfectly iresh
and sound.
luruisumr me
SOAP.
?XO0 pounds Klrk-sFavon or as good,
1.SO) pounds Proctor Gamble's Ivor
rood.
Ivory, or as
DRIED -FBOIT.
?'2SRiunt!8 RPPle. best quality,
i5i,b Pefteh.
1,0a) Ibs.prumn.
l!x)lbs.raUlnsT
SPICES.
25 lbs. mace, ground.
soo Iba. black rppr ground,
M lbs. eluDatnou, ground.
30 lbs. gtnger, ground.
TEA.
1.CC0 lb , Columbia brand, or aa good.
. OOFFE.'
.00 lb. Costal Klnsft-tt rrafl?.
iloibtgSISK441"1
ootw,caicory, r
TQflACCO,
Ioq m, iladla Hummtt htMii.
ITtXTlOHKHY,
1 1 m pens, (llUoim Mo, m.
I grosa lead ptnrtlfi, rubier up w, j.
j ( ro lead tHnelU, luUbr I If. o,.
1 box jjtiaon Incandwxent ens, Ko.
Hm.
I b slondon larsndfscsnlpssa.Wo.lia,
I Ihx jAHdoulnosindi)cntpo,No.J(tit.
till e.) ' ""
I iwinlrgrt! caprapfr(itragood,l
I journal
1 " ledger ,
idrs penholders
H dos. quail uotllM Banfbrd's premlaa
wilting fluid. r a
Hdos quart beltlM Stafford's eomintrcUJ
8 quart bottles Banford's combined wrlUtj
CROCK Kit V.
iortft tramps.
lodos saucers.
6 dos. one quart oup bowls,
1 dcr.ons tallon pltchcrx.
8 dor, soupplAtlo s, 9 Inch,
1 dos chamber pOU.
2 uot st rup pitchers, 1 pint, glass,
Io dor. tumblers.
1 dor. lantern globes.
I dos .bilker salts.
PAINTS AND OILS.
l,ooo pounds white lead.
1 barrel Unseed oil, belled.
1 barrel roor paint, Prince's metallo brown.
Jo gallons turpentine.
2o pounds Venetlnn red.
10 pounds chrome green, dry In & poanl
cans.
2 pounds cbromo yellow, In oil.
6 lbs burnt umber, in oil.
6 lbs dry umber.
4cansro8eplnk, In oil.
z cans onrnt simna.
i.iper bronre.
dor. Adams brushes No. Ho A. O. K.
dor. round sash tool.
Jm lbs. French ochre drv.
8 bozos glass 7x20.
8 boxes glass 8x2o,
loo pouads putty,
2 papers glaziers points,
PLUUBINQ.
2 dor; nines car metal for Laclanch batteries. I
3 uiiz --i uitor wasners.
8 doz. i " "
6 d z lAva tips.
1 doz. Elbo burner cocksr
ldoz.gasplllers.
ldox.Iead 8" traps.
loo pounds solder knd t
4o feet IK lead pip.,-6 pounds.
4o feer lH lead pipe 4 pounds.
4 pipe reamers, from M to :
6 pounds asbestos caLdlewn'k.
1 Jackson's scraper. S-lnch flue.
1 txlr i jaw each, 12 Inch, 18-lnch and 24-inch, I
QUIIMIU WlDUtll,
2 doz ells.
hi doz ii ells.
doz Sells.
i dor Ji sockets.
1 dos 1 inch sockets.
i doz 2 inch sookets.
H doz 3 flange unions.
2 dor KiK bushlrgs.
JtA zHsKbUsbiHgs.
2 do XH bushtnus.
1 doz. Jenkins llros. valves, movablil
U1SKS.
dor JenKlns Bros, valves, movsblil
di-KS. I
pi doz. 2 JenKlns Bros, valves, movablil
uipjkn.
Kdozf square bead stop cocks.
1 doz r uiler hose bibs flnlshtd.
1 doz ii Fuller i lain bibs finished.
1 doz t atop and waste.
1 doz 4 sur and waste.
U doz y. air cocks,
H dor alifocKs
HARDWARE.
3 doz. 4 Inch slim taper flies.
3 doz 5-Inch "
3 dos 6 Inch " " "
. 1 each 7. 9 and 12 oz. riveting hammer.
1 one pound 4 oz. octagon ball pin hammar. I
l,ooo lbs, each No. 18, 2o and 22 galvaniiki
f hpt. Imit Kct VtiMtTirl "nIM 'I
2 boxca 2oxi8 XXXX tin redipped.
1 box 2oxX8 XX tin redipped.
8 pacxagea 2 lbs. tinned civets.
12 doz boiler handles.
1 pair 7 B soldering coppers.
1 pair 5 B aoldering coppers.
2 io lbs 8d flolhlng nails.
2oo Eh 6d finishing nails.
4oo 0m 8d common nails.
4oo tt Iod common nails,
loo lbs 4d wire nails
Sirrosseadh acrawi 1 inrhsfn in an i'in.hl
, Q w-p ,-,.... m.ww.
ss each screws .. we. and Ko
No. 6
2oo leet M round Iran. Nnrmii
nlfM
loo feet 7-18 round Iron, Norway.
76 feet W round iron, Norway.
to feet lixhi flat Iron, Norway.
loo teet iji5 fl"t iron, Norway.
60 feet lxjJ Oat iron, Norway.
i KegNu- 8 hind shoes (Burden's).
User No. 8 trout shoe "
ii keg No. 5 front shoes M
H keg No. 6 hind shoes
2a lbs Sweet American steel toe calzs No. 4,
1 lSinchnup (Heller llros )
1,000 tt best blacksmith's coaJ.
Io lbs. a Iron washer.
Io lbs. & is Inn washers.
loo feet ans-le steel ttA.
IblackHmithsiockaud dlesfrom5-18 to Mil
"read.l.2o, 24and32Vo 1 Inch with 4tapil
I Hellwlg's patent bolt clipper No. 2,
Soo feet manilla rope.
8 packagwi )i and Ji No. 8 copper rivets.
shoemaker's supplies.
. JITS" ole leather, Btockton extra heavy SI
to 27 lbs: a side. I
3 sides of flclrtlng, plump. 14 to 17 lbs, a side.
2 domestic calf skIus, brand H. B
0 uuci aiaa, meainm size tnaveo.
DRUGS.
Io lbs absorbent cotton.
2 lbs aciduni carbollcum pore.
1 lb acldum boraclum.
1 lb acldum murlntlrnm D P.
3 lbs acldum murlatlcum commercial.
1 lb acldum sulphnrlcum aromat,
5 lbs aqua ammonlae fort.
3 lbs chloroformum gqulbbs.
1,200 empty capsules No. 1,
l.V'oo empty capsules No. 2.
lib fluiu extract cannabis ind. Wyeth Bros. I
or P. D & Co. !
2 lbs fluid extract buehu FoL Wycth Bro. M
A. U. VOL
lib fluid extract Uogiberls Wyeth Bros.cr
1 lb fluid extract hyozcyaml Wyeth Bros, or
I lb fluid extract glycyrrh Wyeth Bros, or P.
D. iki-o.
ll. fluid extract. Sarsan. Co. for syrup, wr
ethllro,orP.D.ACo. lib fluid extractenua Wyeth Bros, or P V,
a Oo.
orW""1 prnnUVIrif.,WyelhBro
r??i10"i E'rofTtneporo,
60 lbs. fUxieedmeal.
1 doren medicine glasses V ox
JgaUonstiL.TlclnJL.
8 oz. Ol. lemon
8 oz. oi aurantli.
Prsln eacch.-Fa.'rchlld. k
K thtnacetin Biyer.
slre?Clen rolu' KmuL cod H.eroU, Uil
? Ct rU1 to" aatorUsd sUcs.
1 Puiv. iMvcrt.
1 lb Pulv. acaclae.f
6 Sia. soda lbm
a Em FoLsjw. Brom.
2 bi. Patass. dtraa,
2 C. Potau. todldam.
Joo rU.jaooophylUn.J' grain caeh.
toot quinine ialpnlS. Sjf.
u wa auipuur KuDllm,
5 tbvsodit bicarb,
tafci sulpb magnesias.
rpoundtcLTolutanafursyrnp.
1 doz-ayrlnge DafliUnn'iKo. 1.
ioTa,l,laCnaC(XXX'ttaaw,
Bampla-Tnaybeseenatther-fflc ol boarf.
0M3munb li, a--w dan o tberwlb, an
ilgotio'jtiV'ot. any or all bid ft mtived,
DUIvery ofsuppllf -will be icnuired wlibU
tn lays notice or accepumrirfbld. A copT
"f b,J."fvml'nt wust accompany eatb
fhli,nvetof- lWa mukt liclfdoall.
i?iltm.V6n? ,wa) n oU or the respectlrj
etasa,-wlUi the eroeptlonsror aoor, meat tsA,
Auditing offlrs are twnhlhlraiS fmmeD-
SiffiS "!! L.M Porchata when b I
sf.L:ifD"i,oe not contain a ro'l aa
compWtadMeiJpitooof the articJsa to bapnf
E2$W8P oU m. f
BYLVESTKR VENKOYEB,
UKO. W.ilrBttlDE,
PHIL XKTSCHAN.
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