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SAM PLE BARGAINS;
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Huprrluf luio twrt
Fatiry towel. (wl worlli IIJ0
Turkey IteriTaul Uneii ' ! )
The aborr are nny few Mttiplt or
InrllMorS". whlebar lu many
tjf "tjib ladles of H-lem are luvltrd to amlno Ihew rowIs before buying wlif r
the wnbrt hm i opiwrtunlly to know wh.l they get. We art. positive that
each Uxlr v never before now w low.
307 Commercial Street.
- IF -
You are going to build or make any Hod of
improvement, call oa the understood lor
mUriiI. We have a com plete slock, and are
rdy to supply any prepared contract, sewer
work, trading, etc
Salem Improvement Co.
DKPSrSSED TlMKS. A. N. Klug, SOU
of AmoaKimr. of Portland arrived lu
Corvallls Suuday night from Chew
aucan Valley, Southeastern Oregon
Ho came across tbe mountains via the
old military route and found about
eJeht miles otsnow. ten or twelve feet
deep, and a number of wagons waitlug
to cross. Of the condition of affairs iu
Gbevraucan he Bays: "Times were never
lit a lower ebb. Wool Is only worth 6
cssts per pound. Cattle can be bought
at Slur bead all around, and horns
recently sold at $15 per head. Mutton
sheep only bring ?2 to $2.25 per head,
the latter being the beat of wethers."
Mr. King has about 4000 acres of land
la Chewaucan. On a former trip out
there tbl spring be offered a certain
firm $3.60 per head for a band of sheep
and on the visit from which he is now
returning he wasjoflered the Bame sheep
at $1.50 per head.
Roman Foots. The Pendleton E O
gets lively as follews: An editorial
scribbler on the Oregonian bos discov
ered that "human frogs" ride bicycles
in such a reckless fashion that pedes-
trlaaaln the cities are in danger of their
lives, and calls upon tbe law makers to
compel them to ride no faster than six
mlleaan hour. While this scribbler
Is about it ho ought also to call atten
tlon to the human fools eugaged In ed
iting newspapers who are endangering
people's rights. Some restriction
should be nlaced on them, too. There
la about as much to fear from tbe hu
man fools aa from the "human frogs."
Thibty-3ix Ea js A friend tells of
aboyoverln Polk county finding a
neat of that most beautiful of do
mesticated American birds, the Gol
den-Winged wood pecker, or "flicker,"
in an old apple treo. Ho has takeu
out an ezc every day for 36 days, tbe
bird faithfully laying a uew one each
time tbe nest Is robbed. Ordinarily
tbe flicker batches four to seven
young. All the writers consider them
& harmless bird destroying large
Quantities of worms, larvae, borers and
Diamonds In the Bky. C. W
Hawka tbe popular paper hanging
artist, hasjust finished a neat job dec
orating tho Slmou cigar stand. The
aide walls and ceilings are elegantly
papered and the latter lias stars shin
ing out from &oh square lu the paper
The counter Is flubbed In papier
niacbe, and on tbe whole makes a Hue
appearance, showing great orlgluallly
on the part of the artist. I u fact, Mr.
Hawks has few equals iu his Hue.
CkmsntJob. One barrel cement to
three barrels of gravel makes a good
concrete for building foundations. It
ia understood that upon reoommeuda
tlon of the city hall superintendent
concrete was substituted for stoue work
In the foundation. The bids for stoue
work were bo low that cement cannot
Mlly be substituted without lues or a
swindle upon the city. This should be
p Halt Fare. The B. P. railroad will
sell half-fare round trip tickets for the
Balem races from nil poiuta between
Portland and Eugene. Tbe tickets will
be on sale begluuiug tho 4th and will
bo good to return uutll the Sth.
Evkry Time. To acore twenty-five
every time la a great record and iu one
ftatea grocery house that Is what they
try to do. Twenty-five cents worth for
S3 cUt Clark k Epptey's Court street
Tmh Abnormal Bkaso.x, Has no
ether effoot ou Van Eaton, the giocvr,
tfeaa to increase the efforts ho U con
s4ntly making lu behalf of his patrons.
That's wuftt everybody says.
n.Hh I... tlun and niftlrA vntinutlf
i?J;ii. niiu unit filla. 'JVko Him-1
pUHM I.tver Regulator.
a a a
in vrjr uanarwuonv, nu
.ttte and ft?
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mo exception pnwn uimjv un !-
Imm nld for doubl. the money !
vwier .mug iu i""P"u
AND SHOE COMPANY,
PERSONAL AND LOOAL.
The One Cukt Daily Is simply Im
meuse as a bard times offer.
Currants and red raspberries lu the
Delinquent tax sale tomorrow at 1 p.
The Capital City Railway announces
cars every six minutes to the states pic
nic, races and circus.
Mrs. Gaines Fisher started today for
Newton, Iowa, where she will remain
Whit. Cooper came in this afternoon
from Texas with bis family, and will
make his future home in Salem.
MIs4 Rose Crelghton went to Portion
Henry Glesy returned to Aurora tt-
day after a few days In the capital.
Judge J. J. Khaw went to Portland
Mrs. J. H. Hall and Miss Dollle Wil
liams, who have been the guesta of Dr,
Williamson, returned to Portland this
For water brash and sour stomach
take Simmons Liver Regulator.
F. B. Dearborn has a complete line of
fireworks which will be closed out at
Strong's restaurant serves all the del
icacies of tbe season.
Tbe New York ice cream is made of
pure sweet cream fresh from a separ
ator at the dairy of SVestacott & Irwin,
Strong's restaurant serves all tbe del
icacies of tho season.
Dan Coffey, of Boston, formerly of
Salem, ia in the city.
Up to Juno 25th warrants drawn ou
the city treasury for quarter ending
July 1st, were $13,512.06.
Mrs. E. B. McElroy and cbildrcu re
turned this afternoon from a visit to
Corvallls, wbere they attended the agri
cultural college commencement.
W. S. Helms, of Baker City, was
this morning placed in the pen-to sen e
18 mouths for larceny by bailee.
You feel falut aud week in th Btom
ach no appetite. Take Simmons Liv
The freshest candles at Westacott &
Choice confectionery made daily at
Westacott & Irwin's.
Commercial street is being sanded in
frout of the new exchange block a
The popular river steamer Elwood
will be up tonight. As usual she will
bring a large cargo of freight for Salem
Pouters are over the city announcing
the Fourth of July celebration at New
port, with special excursion rates over
the Oregon Pacific and ocean steamer
excursions out to tea.
Saturday "Tidal Wave" specials will
be run from Albany to Newport, by
the Oregon Pacitlo, returning Sunday
Epworth League tonight in Bout,h
Saleni. Address, "Work of the Ep
worth League," by J. T. Matthews.
Albany Herald: Samuel Case, of,
Lebauon, Is in Jail lu this city on a
charge of horse stealing. The com-
plalulut: witness Is G. O. Vernon. The !
inner rciuseu 10 give tue uoree up, ana .
Case took tho aulmal away after night-
Yesterday the Salem Water Co. sup
plied Its main for six hours from the
Falrmouut reservoir, nnd only lowered
the water there three feet. It Is prov
ing a great success, aud will help the
compauyout wonderfully during tho
The New York Ice cream Is made of
pure sweet cream fresh from a separ
ator ou the dairy of Westacott & Irwin.
The cornice la being put onto the
Metropolitan block being erected by
Mrry Relaterer, au Idiotic girl axed
15, from uear Sublimity, was today
committed to the asylum. j
The women riders who will coulest I
In tho great running race uext week
ro practicing dally at the state fair
orwjoh nnoottm quit.
Ho AnttUnla and 0rat ftAtUfaoUori
PUpofUd Ati Arenad.
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Hir(fiifn' aAMKiatlnti U Mt riil up
of lliatmrl f duett. Tlurn wmnM
vf n a rHarrl er ati unplraMiit wrd,
The Orison sliooier are RtuUw.iu,
wMfxprnHl with the wy the tour
namrnt wu earrlrtl mil under the rub
titer of the Balftn Itod and Ouncluti,
Kvrry Klble inducentrut wMofierrd
sporting mrn to crime here, every detal!
of the program was carried out after
tliry got ttirm here, slid all weut !wy
happy. The tournament has rrflrcted
great crellt upon our city and Its repu
tation as a place for holding tuccemfdl
state gathering Is not lra brilliant for
the way the state sports were treated.
No. 10. Iu this match Hd. Drink
nrd of Hatkey broke 23 straight and
carried off the $100 Parker gun amid
great enthusiasm. He is only 10 and
wears tbe honors of the tournament.
Iu this match there were thirty.
three other entries and the value of
the remaining prices was $S5.T5. M.
Holdridtceaud Win, Martin were sec
ond with a score of 24 eaoh getting the
stove of $25 value. Ingworthy,
Kiozel, Meek, Viuing, Harritt, broke
23 winning third prize. Others of the
33 men scored 22, 20, 19, 18, 17 and 16.
No. 8. Opeu to those who had not
fqmde over GO perceut records. Eleven
entered, ballsuury of Balem and
Robluson scored thirteeu out of fifteen
and wou the gold medal donated by
Capt. W. J. Riley of Portland. These
two afterwards eugaged in a snooted
at 10 birds and Robinson made a score
of 6 and Salisbury 5. Seed and Story
were second with 12; Divis and Lang
worthy third with II j Ryan 10, Jones
0, and Lafollet and Cavenesa 8, The
value of tbe prizes is $131.
THE TEAM 8IIOOT.
This was made up of fourteen two
men teams. The Pearson and Harritt
team made a snore of 45; Martin and
Sltidden and Farlow and Vinning
scored 40; Evans and Einzel made 39;
Sladden and Long and Meek and
Deyoe and Turner and Gabrielson
scored S6; Geo. Froman and Baltimore
made So; Clark and Story 82; Lang
worthy and Bottles 33; T. B. Jones aud
J. Ryan 31; P. Holdridge and J.Robin
R. L. Viniug, of Ashland, G. Fro
man, of Albany, and Jesse, of Haisey,
who scored twenty-four out of the
twenty-five in the match for the Im
perial bicycle Tuesday, were compelled
to shoot off for the wheel before tbe
donor would turn it over to them. This
they did for ten singles. Mr. Vining
broke uine and the other two five each,
taking tbe wheel.
The general averages were made up
by the score keeper, Will Brooks of Sa
lem, and are as follews: Ed. Long of
McMlunvlllo flrat, 89.6 per cent,, win.
ning tbe individual championship med
al valued at $50.
F. A. Turner, of Salem and Paul Kin
zel tied for second highest average get
ting tbe oil painting valued at $50.
B. W. Harritt of Salem, third aver
age, and got a violin alued at $25.
Pipes, of Albany, and Evans, of Port
land, tied for fourth general average,
and won tho sliver sbaviug cup.
President Gabrielson nnd Secretary
Howe were complimented on their ex
celleut services In generally looking
after the Interests of the association
For health and happiness, the boom
of all mauklud, take Simmons Liver
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
J. II. Mack and wf.
Mack 40 a. sec. 27 $S00.
to Mary Ann
J, A. Ledgervvood to
mau 160 a., $3200.
Fred Hurst and wf. to
S7 a., $S000.
D. A. McKee and wf.
Harreschow 13 a., $650.
Chinese Gamulkus The China.
men arrested for playing poker had a
bearlug before Recorder Edes today
aud were all discharged but one, Chas.
Mon, who la bouud over iu $V) ball, to
mc h"u juij.
Halv Rate. The 8. P. will sell half
fore round trip tickets July Ut, 2d, 3d
and morning of the 4th, good to return
until midnight of the 6th, between any
points on their Jlure,
Positively tub Last day of the
auction, great Inducements offered to
morrow. Shelving and counters' aud
fixtures for sale. Easton'a old music
A marriage license was Issued today
to Agnes Van Dale aud Vetal Bnakal
Representative Brown4 of Douglas,
ona of the minority Republicans who
voted against tbe general appropria
tion bill, is in the city.
Mr. and Mis, Jay U. Smith this
morning accompanied Mb Rowland,
of the Dalles, as rar as Portland on her
' homeward Journey.
lEBIIHATION OF STATESL
Hprflkenf Selected nnd All
EACH STATE TO HAVE AN ORATOR.
Vocttl Mti tic and HrnVr-fcnhnnd
Boollii Going Up.
The lc plenle or Fsorlli rrf July
wlf brnllon by state at the Htat Fair
ground will he a hummer, Judgp
Henry, tho prmtdnt of the day, met
with tho committee tliU morning and
accepted his appointment, He will
make a brief and pointed addrrwi. Gov
Chadwlck and Jtidge ilotiham will
mage oti'bam! speechcu. They fiener
ally have something good to say and
tell It well. Preninent Henry wants
the chairman and committee from
each state to select au orator fur a short
gpetcb. If ho It a Sucker the crowd
will tuck In his Jokes; If he is a Badger
they may badger blm; If he Is a Hawk
eye tbey can soar; If ho la a Michigan
der he must be a goose; if he Is a Mis-
sourlan ho must cut boa- well,
all these points will be made. Each
state will undoubtedly be well repre
sented on the grouuda and will seek to
get the laugh on the other. At the
states picnic this year a permanent or
ganization of the newcomers will be
formed by states, and The Jouk
nal. requests that every one of its
readers in reach of Salem be out in full
force with family and basket.
NOTES ON THE OKOUNI).
Mr. Marsh and Geo. F. Smith will
ausist in Axing up tbe grounds.
Tbe state fair authorities have given
tbe general committee tbe control of
the grounds for tbe states picuio for all
of that day. The grounds will be open
free for ail who come.
Tbe speaker's stand will be inalde the
fair grounds gates iu tbe grove north of
the Floral ball, tbe states headquarters
located in a semicircle around the out
side edge of tbe grove. A large table
and a large banner, with names and
emblems of the state, will locate the
There will be seats around the speak
er's stand and all comforts of tbe crowd
will be cared for.
R.R.Ryan of the committee will have
charge of all the arranging of the
grounds and will be there all day Mon
day with a force of men.
Tbe committee are working hard to
secure enough fuuda to pay all ex
penses. Everybody should subscribe
The grounds are nicely mowed
and beautifully shaded. There is
good wuter and shade for teams.
No charge to drive in. Get right in
and celebrate all day.
There will be an elocutionary sliver
medal contest In the afternoon, after
which there are to be sack races, potato
races, fat men's races, running Jump
matches for the boys, Scottish games
and other innocent sports. All come
aud be happy,
New Homes. Tbey are going in so
fast at Moruingslde that tbe Daily
Journal will hereafter be delivered
each evening by special car service. It
will notbeloug before that suburb has
a church, pas'.oftice and store. It ia no
wonder there is dally a growing list of
inquirers for residence Iota and acre
tracts at tbe office of the Salem Motor
Railway Co. which owns this addition
and is spendiug a great deal of money
to make Mornlugside attractive.
Lively Times. The Presbyterians
are In possession or Mornlogsida today.
One train after another has gone out
over the motor line, bearing joyful
crowds of men, women and children,
baskets. Jugs and cans of cream.
There will be refreshments served un-
tlll 10 p. m. One of the ladies, we will
not tell who, has challenged The
Journal writer to dance a hornpipe
with her around the bonfire.
A Basbballist Insane. Alonzo
Dallas, of Pendleton, aged 39 years, a
basebaliist by profession, waa today
brought to the asylum.
For bllliousness and headache Sim
mons Liver Regulator Is tho beat medi
cine the world ever saw. H. H. Jones,
A BTRAiaiiTCoT Of 60 cents on tbe
$1.00 purchase of trimmed goods at Mr.
D. L. Fiester's, today nnd tomorrow.
of diet with TDTTS
The only Pore Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum,
Usd ia Uilliotu of Homes 40 Years the Staadai4
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The flret public reading a an elooii-
tlotiUt by Mttw Marie VaiiderKol lake
place thU evening at the First Cmigre
jtntlorml church. TliU render l n Ha-
rin Klrl who has, by hard work nnd
devotion to her cIhwmi ort, won hr
way agaitut great obtnole to a fine po
sition a n render, She luterct by
faithful Interpretation of tho thought
more than by the showy shallow tricks
that have rendered readings tiresome
to many people. Her friends should
see this young girl and her class get a
plendld reception. Her reading of tho
Chariot Race from "Ben Hur" is alone
an evening's treat.
Following Is the program for the
elocutionary recital tonight at the first
Congregational church. Admission 10c.
Muslo I See Thee Again
Mandolin and Guitar
F. A. Reisacber and B. F. Rodgers.
The Station Agent's Story
Roe Hart wick Thorpe
Miss Ethel Gray.
Little Ruth's Soioliquy
From St. Nicholas
College Oil Caiis Will Victor McGulre
Miss Greata Strickler,
Instrumental Solo Selected
Miss Bertha Forstner.
How the Old Horse Won tbe Bet
O. W. Holmes
MI&j Grace Sutter.
Master Ernest Van Dersol.
Music Cujus Animam W. Kuht
Miss Elma Weller.
The Boy's Questions
Miss E'hel Raymond.
The Chariot Race Ben Hur
Miss Van Dersol.
Vocal Solo Merrily I Roam
Mrs. J. H. Strickler.
Rich, Red Blood
As naturally results from taking Hood's
Sarsapariila as personal cleanliuess re
sult from free use of soap and water.
This great purifier thoroughly expels
scrofula, salt rheum aud all other im
parities and build up every oran of
the body. -Sow is tbe time to take 1U
The highest praise has been won by
Hood's Pills for their easy, yet efficient
action. Said by all druggists. Price
An Honest Cut Of 60 cents in fay
or of every purchaser of $1.00 worth of
trimmed goods at Mrs. D. L. Fiester's.
In bulk, all good shipping varieties
of cherries iu tbe Willamette valley.
Oregon Fruit & Produce Co., Salem.
Rare Offer. Buren & Son
few good second-hand carpets
can be bad at a bargain.
VAN PATTON. In East Salem, June
29, 1893, to Mr. aud Mrs. Clarence
Van Patton, a daughter.
HASKELL. At the family home in
WeatKalem, June 29, 1S93, Melvina
M. Haskell, aged 55 years.
The deceased camn to this city from
Lincoln, Neb., on the 11th of last
April. She was the mother of six
children, four boys and two girls. Tbe
funeral took place today at 2 p, m. at
City View cemetery.
WARNOCK. At the family home
near tillverton, June 29, Mrs. Mary
F. Warnock, aged 62 years.
Tbe deceased came to Oregon in 1843
and has made her home in Marion
county ever since. Her death was
SMALL. At the ho me four miles east
of Willard, Friday morning, June SO,
wife of Rev. T. H. Small.
The deceased leaves a husband and
five children to mourn their loss.
The f-ineral will be held at tbe home
Saturday at lu a. m.
A Cut All Around Of 60 cents on
each $1.00 spent for trimmed goods at
Mrs. D. L. Fiester's today and tomor
The leading Salem dry goods houses
will close July fourth all day.
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tiiUBuiiy hi iHtithtf tip in u.'ii
ttinwi m !Jitte.
At low priaoH onnblun tho
lit 1111 fimniiti
1.! i Mil .Nil.
I lilt I ll'llf II llil
ut ui wiiij
to boar up and incn-asu tho
bii-inoBs every your.
AMONG THE GEMS.
Tho in I tii n of Turkey lias nn emerald
of 300 carets set in the lmndlo of a damper.
The ring of Polycrates, which ho threw
Into tho eea, was set with n lnrge emer
ald. Many of the Hindoo sapphires nnd
other gems are carved into nmulets nnd
The snltan of Turkey lias tho richest
collection of gems and rvgnlia In tho
There is a twin crystal of emerald in
St Petersburg 7 inches long, 4 broad and
weighing 4 ponnds.
Heliotropeor bloodstone isadork green
quartz covered with red blotches sup
posed to bo due to iron.
The diamond, if laid in the sun and
then carried into a dark room, shows
The diadem of the Russian Empress
Anna contains 2.5S6 largo diamonds and
a ruby valued at $400,000.
The cutting of the Eohinoor occupied
33 days with steam power and cost $40,
000. Tho Regent required two yeara
and cost $25,000.
Catseye is gray quartz with fibers of
asbesttuin the interior. It is found on
the Malabar coast, in Ceylon, Bavaria
and tho United States.
Tho cause of the superstition concern
ing the opal is found in the fact that
this gem is very liable to split and con
sequently to become worthless.
Tho topaz took its name from a Greek
word meaning guess, since tho ancients
could only guess at the locality where
thiq beautiful stone was obtained.
After tho first discovery of tho Bra
zilian diamond mine3 1,140 ounces of dia
monds were shipped to Portugal in ono
year, and the price fell to $5 a carat.
Amethyst quartz varies in color from
very light blue to very dark purple or
violet. When heated, it turns yellow,
then green, then transparent Its color
ing is duo to manganese. St Louis
FADS OF FASHION.
Plumetis. a French dotted Swiss with
tinted designs, is one of tho dainty things
in fabrics for summer wear.
Revere, front and back alike, are placed
by Parisian modistes upon tho bodices of
modish promenade costumes.
The long vamped button boot with
perforated patent leather tip is the ac
cepted style for walking or carriage wear.
A French toilet for wear at a summer
watering place shows a velvet bodice,
eminence in color, worn with a white
Lace capes fashioned very much like
tho winter models, with velvet or jetted
yokes and collars, have made their ap
pearance. Satin ribbon frills upon the lower edge
of tho bodice may be admirably worn by
the slender woman, though this style
should bo ignored by tbe stout feminine.
Black organdies have clusters of cher
ries, unripe blackberries and holly ber
ries tossed gracefully on their sheer
black surface. This material should be
made up over black taffeta silk or French
sateen in order that tho design may bo
Tho smart woman abroad on a rainy
day sees that the lining of her mackin
tosh cape, her umbrella, her gloves, her
soft alpine hat, her veil and her spatter
dashes are all of the same shade, which
must be a conservative one, as dark gray
or golden brown. New York Recorder.
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
, J&7 ordr OoUlo-Parthant block joom
15, Salem, Oregon. ,-
MEN'S and BOY'S SUITS,
PANTS and VESTS,
O VERSH I RT8, UNDERWEAR,
COLLARS and CUFFS,
HATS and CAPS,
HOSIERY and NOTIONS.
For Good Values and Low Prices Call on
WILLIS BROTHERS & CO.
OPERA HOUBE CORNER, - - BALEM, OREGON.
AsentaforR. JcG. Coraeta Rawi. In ih wnrlri Aaiarriinnii nahai'i
tho tmt cottonad panto lq th waiktC
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We will continue our Book a-d HUtton-
kir tore and will iw our price on Clolbj
uonna isuokb lor Tnree Days.
1000 GOOD BOUND 1000
Iloolui and Norel.
H3oo tuiM from which to f elect, for So cenu.
iBoolcaollars and Stationers
iarrr the lanrest assortment ol Novel v
ITCHEf a TTLX3 knrnrn t7 sotrtur
Uk pnpiraUon.eAM lntcxue ttcMng
vhea warm. TMs form and BLXJTD.
BT.ftnnafo or pnorauDLKO film
DR. BO-SM-KO-S PILE REMEOT,
wniali acta dlroctlr on carta affactad
abaorha tuiaor. aUaTancMaaVlTecnil
apnaurateora. Price CLDraairlU
ox mall. Df. Unapffca, yunript,!, p
Bold by Baskett & Van 81ype.
LOST. Eypglaiwes and chain on Thnreday
anemuon. Finder please leave at iocs-
A L office. 6-3o-3t
TJXDR BALE. 2 choice lots, i blccki south of
JD M. E. church. Ha em. Big bargain, or
will trade tar span el horses. A 1MKR.
8-Z761 South Salem.
TTtOh BALK. A very nicely located lot. with
J honte, on Mill street south ol Willamette
university For terras and particulars, please
Inquire at this office, 5-?9-lm
rriHia PArBR Is kept on Ole at & C. Dake's
I Advertising A gency, Bj and 63 Merchants
Exchange. San Vraaclsro, California, where
contract for advertising can be made for It.
SELF WANTED. AirenU paid egood com
mission, and tSOCO dividend among
n next winter. Special attractions to be
pushed this year for which we want the ser
vice of best ncenU every w ere.
THE CURTJB UBLIHHINO TO.,
Koom Si, chronicle Bbllding, Han frranclsco.
CHRISTIAN BCIENCB-Llteratnre of aU
kinds on sale at 32S Liberty street. 4-5-ly
ATTENTION. Cash money paid for rags,
bottles, old iron and all kinds of metals,
aiso hides, at old Court House, Haleni.
I-M-ly I. TOLPOLAR.
Regular Seventh Day Advenfst services at
old Unitarian Hall opposite oner house, Ba
lem, Hatnr lays. Baboath tchool at to . m.,
followed by Bible leading and other services.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:33 p. m. 6-27
SIX MINUTE CARS!
Cars will leave the postofflco on
CAPITAL CITY RAILWAY
Every six minutes running through direct to
the Fair Grounds at aU hours that the people
will be attracted to tbe races anil Fourth ot
July ce'.ebra'ion. Oa Circus day cars will run
DD2E0T TO THE 0IE0U3I
On easy terms and cheap. A IX) acre orchard
on Sunny Hide No. one. SmUeasoutlr
5HWt-dw JOHN HAItT.