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n FEW POINTERS
Our store is full of the choicest, fre'hest, and latest stylo
goods. We offer rare bargains in every department, and call
attention to the following
Fine Marseilles Ounlerpatiesonly j jJ
Fuucy towel.., (well worth l.00) . 60 and
Turkoy RedTubl.: Linen (CO 11c h -
Austrian " " (M "c") - "Tn .
Damask " " (GO to 72 Inches) 50oandup
The above are only a few samples of the exceptional prices made on a super
ior line of goods, which are In many places sold for double the money asked
by "The ladles of Salem are invited to examine these goods before buyljW where
thev cannot have an opportunity to know what they get. We are positive that
such stock was never before sold so low. Other things in proportion.
307 Commercial Street.
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You are going to build or nvxtco any Hod or
Improvement, call on tho unders'tfued lor
material. We have a complete stock, and are
retdy totnpplyany prepaied contract, sewer
work, (Trading, etc.
Salem Improvement Co.
The Cement Cojkckete. The state
ment la the Joint n a l that concrete
cetiient for the city hall foundations
should be in proportion of one part
cement to three parts gravel, was in
tended for a finishing course. Much
less cement will make a durable foun
dation. It Is stated that the cement
and gravel are mixed loose. A barrel
of cement makes 12 buckets of loose
cement. A barrel of uravel makes 9
bucketsful. , The speclllcatlons require
one to four, v?h)le heavy buildings at
Portland and Ban Fruuclaco are built
with one to seven. The Hoi man block
la resting ou concreto one to six. The
city hall walls with concrete could
bo made much lighter than of stone
and stand thestraiu just as well. As the
contract now stands they will be just
as heavy as originally intended for
Gnu at Success. The Presbyterian
plcnio at Morningslde was a "howling
success," if that expression cau bo used
with propriety of uo conservative a class,
who are not conservative at all when It
comes to having a good time. It Is es
timated 1200 to 1500 participated. The
care did not get all the people baek un
til 11:30 at night, and then only having
people climb up ou tho roof like
monkeys and some straddling the
trolley pole or hanging onto the eaves
by their toe nails. Ice cream, soda,
meals and money flowed like water
and whatever the Presbyterians under
take seems to go. The. speaking and
singing were excellent and the fame of
this royal parklike suburb Is established
for moonlight picnics.
Kicked Off. Geo. Parks got on the
overland train at Eugeue this morning
iu an intoxicated condition. Wick
Hull, the conductor, asked fur his fare,
as he was trying to bet his way. lie
lot him ride to Harrlsburg where he
ordered him oft, but he stayed ou. A
rullo below Harrisbnrg he stopped the
train and put him oil. Then ho ten
dercd his faro and It was not received.
Tho peanut man tackled Parks and
gave him a threshing aud kicked him
oil and threw his dollar to him.
Tiik States Picnic It comes July
Fourth. It is a basket piunic. After
th3 exercltos go aud sit down aud eat
by families, by states, or where you
like. It Is thought owl for all to regis
ter by states the state where you
came from to Oregou. Full program
with speakers will appear Monday.
A ineotiug of tho genu rat committee
and the committee from each state
will be held at Hotel Willamette
Monday July 8, at 7: .'SO. Let all at
tend. Cattle Poiloned. During tho past
week Jesse Stelwer, of JeRersou, Iiwt a
dozen head of Extra Jersey dairy cows.
Borne old white lead cans which had
been lying about for several years were
thrown out where the cattle had access
to them, aud It Is believed they were
poisoned from licking tho old paint.
Few psoplo know it, but white lead Is
fatal to live stock. Mr. dteiwer's loss
will aggregate nearly a tuousaud dol
lars. Another Bkick. The contract has
been signed for another brick building
on Commerolal street. The contract
wu made by Thomas Burrows with
PJummer A Ault, the architect being
W. D. Pugh. Tho uew brick will oo
oupy thesltoof Mr. Burrows wooden
bulldles In which be baa bu grocery
tore, and it will bo a continuation of
tb Paul Oberbelm block, with the
wse style front.
Halt Park. The a P. railroad will
wll Lalf-fare round trip tickets for the
8!bi races from all points betweou
Portland and Eugene. The tickets will
tttoatale begluutng the 4th aud will
be good to return until the 6th.
AND SHOE COMPANY,
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Tiik One Cent Daily is simply Im
mense as a hard times offer.
F. 8. Dearborn has a complete line of
fireworks which will bo closed out at
Strong's restaurant serves all the del
Icacie t of the season. '
Tho New York ice cream Is made of
pure sweet cream fresh from a separ
ator at the dairy of Westacott & Irwin.
Stroug'e restaurant Berves all the del-
icacles of the season.
The freshest candles at Westacott &
Choice confectionery made daily at
Westacott & Irwin's.
The New York ice cream Is made of
pure sweet cream fresh from a separ
ator ou the dairy of Westacott & Irwin,
Good new bouse to rent, six blocks
from postolllce. inquire or Ueo. m.
Beeler. 5 20-tf
Flags and fireworks at Brooks & Sal
lsbury's, State street.
The Second Regiment band will give
a concert tonight ou the lawn of the
J. F. White, the liveryman who was
hurt a week ago Thursday by a run
away team throwing him out, is nearly
Flags aud fireworks at Brooks & Sal
lsbury's, State street.
Prof. L. Q. Cochran will preach at
South Salem M. E. church Sunday,
July 2nd, 10 a. m.
D. C. Sherman went to Hubbard this
afternoon on military duty. He is now
colonel commanding the second regi
An army of bill collectors have been
parading tho streets all day. Nearly
everybody liquidated, but a good many
had to go without beer to do it.
Flags aud fireworks at Brooks & Sal
isbury, State street,
Lieut. R. H. Leabo went to Rose
burg today as oue of board to examine
ofllcera elect of the now military com
pauy at Roseburg.
Flags aud flreworlrs at Brooks & Sal
isbury's, Stale street.
Misses Anna and Ada Breyman re
turned home yesterday after spendlug
three months In Chicago. Mlsa Ada who
was superintendent of the womau's de
part tueut, has returned to remain, her
time having expired, as has that of
Mrs. Pay ton.
The bill collector who growls because
he does not happen to find a man at
his regular plaee of business ought to
wel! ho is the growler who ought to be
Tho Albany capitalist W. H. Goltra
was Iu the city last ulght.
Clark & Eppley had a regular states
plculu at their grocery store today.
Among the customers were meu and
women from nearly every state In the
E. F. Parkhurat Is home from the
sound country, and reports very dull
Flags aud fireworks at Brooks &. Sal
lsbury's. State street.
Prof. Hawley of Willamette univer
sity went to Cauby today to address the '
Young People's convention. 'lie goes'
to Ashland next to be goue ten days as
Instructor at Chataqua convention.
Ou the way back be will leciuro at
various polutsou the Nicaragua canal.
Ho proposes to dig away at that canal
until It la built.
The Journal docs not wish U stig
matize the whole Democratic party of
this city and county as repudlators.
Bui such men as Dan Fry, Dr. Golden,
John Gray, Mart. Rowley, Mr. Flagg
and some other party managers should
realize that their chancee of getting
appolutinenu to poslllous of nubllo
trust mid responsibility are mighty
swan ou mug iu nc,y leave legitimate
campaign bills unpaid.
Evkky T1MK.T0 score tweutv-flve
every time la a great record aud in one '
Salem grocery house that la what they
try to do. Twenty-live ceuts worth for ,
S eta at Clark & Kppley'a Court street ;
The Oregon Synod in Session at
The Oregon synod of the Cumberland
Presbyterian church comprises three
presbyteries, one from Washington aud
two in Oregon Willamette or Eugene
district and the Oregon or Salem dis
trict. The ministers present from theWalla
Walla presbytery are R F. Powell, and
Wm. Metcalf; those from the Oregon
presbytery at Salem are E. E. Thomp
son, J. E. Blair, A, M. Bryant, aud W.
C. Crawford, and the elders are H. A.
Olman and B. H. Irvln. From the
Willamette presbytery or the Eugene
district are E. P. Henderson, G. A.
Blair, C. A. Wooley, J. C. Templeton,
G. F. Longbottom, and Geo. Bushnell
as an elder. Rev. Blair is the person
who was instrumental in securing the
next national general assembly of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church in
Rev. W. H. Jones and wife of Faber,
Mo., are visitors at this meeting and
will locate in Oregon.
Mr. R F. Powell of Walla Walla has
been elected the moderator of the Ore
gon By nod.
The program of yesterday was carried
out as published and some interesting
thoughts were brought out by the dis
cussions aud questions.
Word was received yesterday by the
synod that the wife of Rev. T. H,
Small, at tiiiverton, had passed away,
Rev. J. E. Blair of this city will con
duct the funeral today. ,
The program for today opens at 8 a,
m. with devotional exercises by Rev.
C. H. Wallace. 8:30 business 11
Sarmon by Rev. W. V. McGee. 1:30 p.
m. business. 6 p. m. Recess. The
evening session will be devoted to the
Woman's Missionary meeting.
HUUIIAII KOK THE -ITU. Y. M. C,
A. Patriotic service tomorrow at 4 p. m,
The Star Spangled Banner by a double
male quartette. Vocal Solo by Prof.
L. D. Baldwin. Patriotic Address by
R. F. Powell of Walla Walla. Every
mau should come at 4 o'clock, one hour
ouly. Cool rooms aud Ice water.
biiEBiFP Sale. Sberlil Kuight
and deputies -Wrigbtnian aud Wain
were conducting the delinqnent tax
sale" today. There was' only a small
number of buyers aud property went
for the amount of the taxes as a rule
and slow sale at that.
A Gun Cakkiek. Deputy E. E.
Cooper arrested Thomas White today
on Mlnto's islaud on a warrant from
Judge Batchelor's court for flourish
ing a gun. He waived examination
aud wasbouud over to the grand jury.
He gave bail.
Low Rates. The Southern Pacific
Company will sell round trip tickets
from all points to all points and return
ou Hues in Oregon, at oue fare for the
round trip ou July 1st, 2ud aud ou
morning of July 4th. 1893.
Alive. G. A. Peterson, reported
drowned, was seen alive andwell at
Portland the other day. The reporter
who had htm drowned off the big
bridge will have to adjust bis frail im
agination to suit the facts.
For Sunday. If it Is as hot to
morrow as it was today there will be
au occasion for a light dinner. The
delicacies of the season are best pre
pared with Price's flavors, sold by
Salem Ghanoe. This intelligent
and prosperous body of farmers has
been in session tod.iy. A nice dinner
was served and there was considerable
dUcussIon of public matters.
Gopher Wool. A boy got the cash
today for his gopher scalp crop aud will
undoubtedly blow the entire sum Into
circulation on the Fourth to the great
reliefer the financial strlnceucy.
Five Presents Tim auction In the
old Eastou store will give live presents
to the ladies and gentleman present.
.and the old War Horse will be beard
iu Salem for (he last time.
The Aiikokmai, Season. Has no
other eflect ou Van Eaton, the grocer,
than to increase tho efforts he Is con
stantly making Iu behalf of his patrons.
That's what everybody says
Sr. Paul's A. M. E. Church.
North Salem services, at 11 a. m. aud
7:30 p, in. Sunday school at 1 p. m.
All are welcome. G. W. White, pastor.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
CAPITAL JOtmNAI,, SATintBAY, JttLY 1, WMt
CAPT. SIMIAN SUSTAINED.
Judge Burnett Decides the Sol
"fliers Home Case.
AX INJUNCTION AGAINST ROSEBURG.
Sleeping Car on Overland leaves
tho Track -3Inn Killed.
Albany, July 1., Special -Judge
Burnett iu the Soldier's" Home case ov
erruled the demurrer aud injunction is
made perpetual. This is against Rose
burg. Case will be appealed.
Delta, Cal., July 1. "Roseburg," a
Pullman sleeper on the overland N
15,this morning about 7 o'clock jumped
the track at North Switch, as the train
was pulling out of Delta. The car turn
ed over agaiust the bank, and the Pull
man porter, R. Walker was caught
under the car and killed. No others
A six year-old son of Jos. Woodford
had the mlsfortuue yesterday to fall
from a fence and break his forearm.
Geo. Humphrey, of Sateni, is ap
pointed U. S. Marshal Grady's service
deputy at Salem.
The arrow brooch of gold set with
diamonds is again seen in leading jewel
There are indications that wreath
forms and simple gold circlets set with
diamonds or other precious stones will
be popular designs for brooches this year,
Dark violets with white apple blos
soms or pink tinted peach blossoms and
pansies, encircled by wreaths of forget-
rnenots or daisies, are among the many
tasteful combinations m enameled floral
Wreaths frequently appear iu stones
alone, enamel being in such cases dis
carded. Pearls and olivines tho green
stones portraying foliage and the pearls
representing berries aro examples of
tho variation of a prevalent design.
Tho swau is tho bird now most promi
nent in jewelry. Its shapely snggestive
ness is seen" everywhere. A new rack
for envelopes and paper of perforated
silver is most gracefully designed by
having tho line of tho divisions swan
Enamel and gold combinations are
plentifully used. Besides numerous in
dividual blossoms and noral clusters,
enameled brooches in the fainter tints
are inlaid with designs of flowering
sprays carefully reproduced in gold and
There is more catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, aud until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease, and pre-
scrioen local remedies, aud oy constant
ly falling to cure with local treatment,
pronounced it iucurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional
disease, and therefore requires consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
it Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only consti
tutional cure ou the market. It is
taken iuterually in doses from 10 drops
to a teaspoonful. It acta directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They oiler one hundred dol
lars for auy case it falls to cure. Send
for circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
JESySold by druggists, 75c
Congregational. Regular services
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. conducted
by P. S. Knight. Sunday school at 12
o'clock. Seats free, strangers welcome.
Evanoelical. Services 10:30 a. m.
and evening at free reading rooms of
W. C. T. U. hall ou Court St., tomor
row. Suuday s-chool at 12 m. J. Bow-
-- mt i i ii
Unity Church. Services at ,10:30
a. rn. aud 8. p. m. Sunday echool at
12. Rev. W. E. Copeland, pastor.
Subject of mnruiug Eerruon, "The Pure
in Heart Shall See God," in the even
ing a Fourth of July sermon on "The
Perils aud Hopes of the Closing Cen
tury." W. C. T. Union. Mrs. Albert, of
Ohio, sister-in-law of Banker Albert,
will address th ladles of the W. C. T.
U. Suuday afternoon at their hall on
Court street, aud at the M. E. church
in the evening. The members of the
Y. P. 8. C. E. will have the pleasure of
bearlug her talk. Mrs. Albert Is a
very pleasant speaker, aud a .lady who
has done muoh for the temperance
For renoTStlne tho entire sytem,
L eliminating all Poisons from the
MBV Blood, whether of scrofulous or
rnaifti-m origin, this preparation has no equal.
"For eighteen months I had an
eating sore on my tongue. I was
treated by lcit local physicians,
t , Mll.f. ,.. bam. .fll.sllv ffmv
worso. I finally took B. B. 8., ana was entirety
cured after using a few bottles."
1IUCU IIU IC11C1..1IU vw I.. ".. j sv.
U. 1). JH.L.K-1UHE, iienuorsuu, ici.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis
eases mailed free.
Tub Swift Specific Co.,
WARD. At the home of Mrs. F. M.
Smith. Palouse City, Wn, June 25,
1893, Mrs. M. H. Ward, age 73.
Mrs. Ward lived In Salem several
years with her sou, B. C. Ward, on
18th street. He attended her funeral,
returning yesterday. Mrs. Ward was
buried there and was a member of the
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Mayer of Seattle,
who have been guests at the paternal
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Levy of this
city, left for their home this morning.
Miss Hortense Levy accompauies
them on a vit.it. -
Rich, Red Blood
As uaturaliy results from taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla as personal cleanliuess re
sult from free use of soap nnd water.
This great purifier thoroughly expels
scrofula, salt rheum aud all other im
purities and build up every oran of
the body. Now Is the time to take it.
The highest praise has been won by
Hood's Pills for their easy, yet elllcieut
action. Sold by all druggists. Prict
An Honest Cut Of 60 cents in fay
or of every purchaser of $1.00 worth o
trimmed goods at Mrs. D. L. Fiester's.
Bark Offer. Bureu & Son have
few good second-hand carpets which
can be bad at a bargain.
Doctor prescribed :
A Cot All Around Of GO cents on
each $1.00 spent for trimmed goods at
Mrs. D. L. Fiester's today and tomor
The leading Salem dry good a houses
will close July fourth all day.
"Away ! Away ! There is danger here !
A terrible phantom is bending near;
With no human look, with no human
He stands beside thee the haunter
If there is one disease more than an
other that comes like the unbidden
guest at a banquet, it is catarrh. In
sidionsly it steals upon you, "with no
human breath," it gradually, like the
octopus, winds its coils about you and
crushes you. But there is a medicine,
called Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy that
can tear you away from the monster,
and turn the By tbes' point of the reaper
The makers of this wonderful remedy
offer. In good faith, a standing reward
of $500 for au incurable case of catarrh
in the bead.
To Water Censumers: Attention is
called to Section 9 of Schedule of
"Parties vacating premises with In
tent to return aud occupy the same,
shall give notice at the oftlce at the
time of leaving i nd also on return.
Parties falling to give such notice will
be charged for full time. No charees
will be made for shutting oil or turuing
on the water under provisions of this
Also to the hours of irrigation from
6 to 8 iu the morulrg ami from 5 to 9
in the evening. Salem Water Co.
Regulate The Bowels.
Coattveness deranges Ibenholo BTa
lew ami besets diseases, ttucb as
Dyspepsia, Fevers, Kidney Diseases,
.umuua vuuc, jiiaiana, etc
Tutt's Nlla produce regular bablt of
body and rood digestion, without
toblcb, boobo can eujojr good bealtb.
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved Real Estate. In amounts and
Ume to tulu No delay la considering loans.
FEAR & FORD,
Room 12. Rnnh Rank block. 5 lMw
SIX MINUTE CARS!
pars will leave tho postofflee on
CAPITAL CITY RAILWAY,
HTU.,5,lnn,l.t' ""nlof through direct to
July cwltbni Ion. On Clrou Uy oars wlU run
"Ill WHiirmpiMi in insl Miims . l.1... -
DIKKOT TO HE 0IK0USI
Some store.- are having groat
dinculty in bearing up in such
tunes as tnese.
At low prices enables the
UVVLUn iUlLL OIVULI
to bear up and increase the
bu-iness every year.
lOOUE Rii STORE
We will continue our Hook a"-d Station-
?ry store and will Raw our prices on Clotnl
nuuuou ixiUHB iur Aureo unyn
11000 GOOD BOUND 1000
9 IlookH and Novel.
jitdo titles from which to fio'ect, for 2o cents,
Booksellers and Stationers
08 STATK STREET.
nrry the lamest assortment ot Novel"
from U. P. Dock at 8 o'clock a. m. every Wed
nesday and auurday.
trom the Central dock at foot oi Washington
street every Unnday and Thursday.
for Albany every Monday and Tuesday, re
turning fame days.
Concerning freight and passenger bnslness,
call on the agent, AL H JCRREN .
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES
CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS
The Rustler Wood . Saw
And he doesn't bnm up half your wood, In
fuel, when be saws It. Make your contracts
with him personally orleave orden. at Veatcbs
cigar store. Ueai horn's book Btore.136 Summer
street, or address me by mall. tj-HU
.afi?f I Plasmbd. Swmmw Growth.
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COMBINED HEDGE AND WIRE FENCE.
Properly Constructed Hedge Fences
are the mosi durable,
Tho cheapest and best fences in use. Winds do' not blow it
down; Hoods do not wash it away; ovei flows do not injure it;
it does not decay. This dia&Tam shows tin mut. .mil if nli.ni.inrr
and training tho Hedsro. For
LADD & BUSH'S BANK,
MEN'S and BOY'S SUITS,
PANTS ami VESTS.
OVER8H I RT8, UNDERWEAR,
COLLARS aud CUFFS,
HATS and CAPS,
HOSIERY aud NOTIONS.
For 6ood Values and
"WILLIS BROTHERS & CO,
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, - - - - SALEM. OREGON.
lthAEtUfff f0 fT"1181
LOST. Eyeglasses and chain on Thursday
afternoon. Finder pleaso leave nt Iook
aL office. (KJo-at
FOR HALE. 2 choice lotu. i blocks south or
M. E. church, Ha em. Hlg bargain, or
w 11 trade for span ol horoes. A DAltlt,
7 6t South aalem.
TTIOH HALE. A very nicely located lot, with
Jj ho.ise.oii Mill street south ot Wllinmelte
university For terms and particulars, juleie
Inquire at this otlice. 5-'&Itu
3 mis PAPER Is kept on Hie at E. U. Base's
Advertising Agency, 61 and G5 Merchants
xchange.San Fntnclsio, California, where
coatrnCji for advertising can be made for It,
HELP WANTED. A cents paid a good com
mission, and $&M) dividend among
tnem Dezt winter. Special attractions 10 be
pushed this year for which we want tb,e ser
vice of besl agents eerywnere.
THIS CLRTIs i UBLIf H1NG CO.,
Room Si, Chronicle Bblldlng, au r ranclsco.
CHRISTIAN PClENOE-,Lllerature of all
kinds on sale at 326 Liberty street. 4-5-ly
ATTENTION. Cash money paid for rags,
bottles, old Iron and all kinds of meUUs,
a so hides, at old Court lioute, Balem.
1-26-ly I. TOLPOLAR.
FARM FOR SALE.
A B ARG AIN !6o acres with Improvements
over half nnd-rcultiatlon, rest pasture and
tome good timber. Terms veiy easy. Ad
d ess o. L. AH,
6-27-lm-dw . Wheatland, Or.
On easy terms and cheap. A VO acre orchard
on Sunny Bide No. one. 3 miles south
53(Wt-dw JOHN HART.
Authorized Capital $500,000.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
W. A. CUSICK, Pres. W. W. MARTIN, Vice
Pres. J. H. ALBERT, Cashier.
State, County and City Warrants bought
at Par. dr
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
15, Balem, Oregon.
old Unitarian Hall opposite o era house, 8a
lem, Htur ays. Saboath school at Ioh. m.,
followed by Bible leading and other kervlces.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 33 p. m. 6-27
farther naviculars call at our
Low Prices Cal1 on
world. Agwila for "Ball Breeches"
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