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fl FEW POINTERS
Ourtoro in full of tho choicest, frohc8t, and latest stylo
gooda. Wo offer rare bargains in every department, and call
attention to tho following
Fine Marseille Counterpanes only fl 25
" Honeycomb " --
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Fancy towels, (well worlh 1.00)
t.i1u iilTnh! Mnmi (GO loci)) - . - -
Austrfsn " H In).......
Datnask " " (GO to 7.! Inches)
The above are only n few samples of the exceptional prices made on a super
ior lino of good, which are In many places sold for double trie money asked
The ladles of Balem are Invited (o
they cannot nave an opportunity to kuow wuai mey get. tve are positive tutu
such stork was never before sold so low. Other things Id proportion.
THE PALACE anddshegcompany,
307 Commercial Street
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You are going to baltd or in ike any Hod of
Improvement, call on In underi'gued lor
ready to opply any prepared contract, sewer
work, aradlng, eta.
Salem Improvement Co.
WK0LESALEK8 Excursion-. The
Oregon Pacl3c railroad compauy have
arranged to run a Wholesale Merchants'
Excursion from Ban Frauclsco to New
port, Albany and 8alem on July 27th.
The steamship "Willamette Valley"
will leave with this party on the even
Ingot that day, arriving at Yuqulna
bay on the 29 h or 30th. The San
Francisco Board of Trade will attend
this excursion In a party. It is the in
tenttou to entertain them in the same
way that they entertained the Oregon
merchant on tbelr recent trip. It is
desirable that these merchant should
visit as many points in the Willamette
valley as possible. They will be al
lowed five days to spend throughout
the valley. Another Merchants' Ex
cursion will probably be started for
Ban Francisco on Aug I4tb. Ail ar
rangements will be made to entertain
them nicely upon their arrivul in Ban
Francisco. The Salem board of trade
should look after this matter.
Fine Fruit. The writer was shown
today a can of strawberries of the Sa
lem Cannery Co's. pack and one of this
year's pack from another cannery. The
Salem can opened with fruit perfect in
shape, form, color, flavor, the berries
all being red, round, whole, large and
syrup clear. The other can had small
berries, all smashed up, fruit mixed up
with liquor the kind of canned straw
berries one usually buys. If the Salem
pack is all like thoso shown, people will
begin to eat canned strawberries who
never bought any before. Manager
Kyle nays they are all like the sample.
He should kuow.
The Panhandle. Oregon has a
panhandle. It has beeu discovered at
the School land office that tho legisla
ture In dlscribing the boundary of Lin
coln county, a strip on the west side of
the county, between Polk and the BIN
etz reservation belonging to Tillamook
was left out. It i 22 miles long, 4
miles wide at the south end and runs
to a point at the north. Tillamook has
a handle like a frying pan.
Married. A license was issued
this forenoon to Miss Annie U. Hepp
ner of this county and James B. Mor
ford of Port Blakely, Wn, They were
Immediately married by County Judge
Hubbard and will go to Washington
live, where tho groom is bookkeeper in
a largo sawmill. Both are young peo
ple lately from Kausas.
Recorder's REroitT.-Recorder Edes
has conjploted his quarterly report to
lay before the city couucll tomorrow
evening. It shows from flues on 04
persons arrested f 08 60. Satoou license
I15B0.25; total receipts 12063.0-1. War
rants drawn for quarter (8202.00.
Haw Fare. Tho B. P. railroad will
sell half-fare round trip tickets for the
Balem races from all points between
Portland and Eugene. The tickets will
be on aale beginning the 4th and will
be good to return until the 8th.
Free Hen. Upon proper recom
mendations, Fred Baflrou, a Portland
counterfeiter, John T. Ireland, Joseph'
Im eounty rapist, and Win. Scott, an
oatagejiarian from Yamhill county for
8MBiuguter, were pardoned by Gov
CHor PeHHoyer on Independence day.
Woodhukn. It is said Ave thous
Mtl fteofle attended the Woodburn
eleferatlon. SHvertou aud Gervals
bttBik and baseball nines competed,
ttw fenucr olub wluulug by 10 to 4.
Tfe etebratlou vas very successful.
i in. i
Goino Haw. Bute BupU of Schools
X. . MoElroy U going toObloagoto
itsfewr w addrw at the World's Aux
JMary Educational Congress, Ho starts
Turn FwfTT, The El wood will
)? Jjtabia Umoftow at 8 a. m.
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examine these goods before buying where
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
The One Cent Daily Is simply Im
menBe as a bard times offer.
F. 8. Dearborn has a complete line of
fireworks which will be closed out at
David 8. Ru nyan, of Portland, Jeptba
Fox, of The Dallas, A. Laskey, of In
dependence, were committed to the
Circus day! Your boy has probably
The One Cent Daily is the biggest
aud best newspaper ever oOered tl e
people by a hundred percent.
An Explosion.- There wero a great
many last night but the biggest is the
cut on various goods at the Monarch
grocery of Clark & Epply, Court Btreet.
Geo. 8. Wright, the McMlnnville
dentist, accompanied by his wife, is vis
iting his parents John G. and Mrs,
Wright, on Church street.
A. Bloeser returned Monday from
Sodaville, Linn county. He went
there last week with bis family, accom
pauled by Mrs. Wm. Denton and Miss
Conrad who will remain for a short
Miss Maggie Hodgkin was the suc
cessful declalmer at the Methodist
church Mouday night in the Demorest
Bherlfl Kuight's offlce was not closed
July Fourth and a great many people
wero thus accommodated in settling up
tbelr delinquent taxes.
Raciug at the state fair grounds every
day this week.
President Whitaker, of Willamette
university Is receiving many assurances
of support for the coming year. More
students will be enrolled than last year,
A slight damage was done last night
at midnight by a blaze of fire In the
roof of the Brewster & White feed
strre on Court street.
CapU Geo, P. Sanderson, of Salem,
delivered the Fourth of July oration at
Argeutl. Of course, there was not
lacklug the eleme. t of patriotism in
Mrs. S. A. Joues aud her brother J.
F. Tickuor, leave tomorrow for a sum
mer's visit with their sister at Colfax,
Mrs. Mary A. Lee and Miss Hattie
Frost left for Palo Alto, California, yes
terday and will go via Yaqulna, leav
ing in steamer "Willamette Valley" to
day. They expect to make California
their future homo.
Two druuks paid fines today.
Ninety threw dogs are registered and
a number in the pound.
Both street car lines carried thou
sands of perttouB yesterday with great
Tho circus Is located Just south of the
Commercial street viaduct.
John L. Ayers of Portland is in the
District Attorney McCain Is at the
The regular term of county court Is
There was a bigger crowd In towu to
day than yesterday. There will be Im
mense crowds all tho rest of tho week.
A Pleasant Incident. Hon. F. C.
Baker In respoudlug for the Native
Sous aud Daughters of Oregon at the
Balem States plculo ou July Fourth ex
pressed a beautiful sentiment and suit
ed the action to the word In a way that
brought a rouud of applause and a
thrill of emotiou from all present. He
was saying; "There is in the heart of
every human being spark that can be
fanued into a flame of reverence and
rievotlou." Beelotr the venerable J. L.
Purrlsh on the platform he added: And
"I experience feeling of the deepest
revereuce whenever I grasp the band
of an old pioneer," It was a ueat com
pliment to the pioneers.
Doctor jirettcribed t Cantoris.
Ttmnnlitf Will Do Free Lmllra'
IMMENSB CROWDS OUT YPSTERDAY.
Salrrn Thronged With Pcoplo
Ctrctu and Knees.
The Fourth of July and Bute's plo
nlc, to say nothing of very line raciug
program, drew an immense crowd out
to the races at the state fair grounds.
The track was In fine condition, the
horse Dee Sperry lowered his record
half a second and the following pro
gram was carried eut:
Seven-eights of a mile dash Paddy
Ryan won. Nlppe second, Sunday
Lewes third; time, 1:321.
Pony, running, 400 yards, two In
three Birday won, Ella T. second,
Snowflake third; time, 1:29.
Trotting, two in three Hamrock
won, Plato second, Black Diamond
third. Same in each of the two heats.
Pacing. 255 class, two in three Doc
8perry won. Del Norte second, Rocket
third; time, 2:24.
Thursday will be ladies day when all
ladies will be admitted free to the
The 6-mile running race, $200 purse
for ladies, is to come ofi Friday after
noon. IMMENSE CROWDS
of people are in the city today. The
walks are thronged. The biggest
crowds circle around the Postofllce
block and Journal office.
At noon Sanger i Lent's circus par
aded In a very creditable manner, two
bands, the baby elephant, open cages of
lions and tigers, with beautiful eques
trian procession occupied the streets.
The second Regiment band paraded
aud Wm. Chambers announced the af
ternoon's program of races from an ex
press wagon in stentorian tones.
The best races ever ruu or trotted in
Oregon are being run at the state fair
grounds this afternoon.
Running Lancer, Rocklin Bay,
Paddy Ryan, Billy Ayert, E-iat Linn.
Red hot trot, 3 year elds:
2 mile dash, trotting. This Is a wild
race between Btoudie (DeLadhmut)
Pearl Fisher (Beach) tojbeat the coast
The Salem Meeting.
The 31st quarterly meeting of the
Oregon Slate Horticultural society
will be held at the Court House, Salem
July 11, 12 and 13. As will be seen by
the program given below there will be
no evening sessions at this meeting,
but the citizens of Salem have arranged
for drives mornings and evenings, to
orchards about the city a feature which
will be very pleasant and It is believed
also profitable. Several of the largest
orchards In the state are in the vicinity
of Salem and In visiting these orchards
mauy questions wilt naturally arise for
discussion. For this reason the number
of papers to be read has been reduced
and provision mtde for general discus
sions at which such timely questions as
arise may be taken up. Salem s easy
of access to a very large number of fruit
growers and It la hoped that the attend
ance and Interest at this meetirig will
TUESDAY, JULY 11, 2 P.M.
Address of Welcome, Hon. J. H. Al
Response, Dr. J. R. Cardell, Port-
Fungus Growths, Dr. A. Sharpies, Eu
Snraviug Desirable Improvements
In Methods of Lhw Making. W. 8.
WEDNESDAY. JULY 12, 10 A M.
An Orobard for Pleasure, D. W. Cool-
Queetluus for tho Agricultural College
to Answer, R D. Alton, Silverton.
WEDNIlSDAY, JULY 12, 150 P.M.
Random Shots, Judge Walton, Salem.
Influence of Horticulture upon the
Home, Mrs. Olive S. England, Salem.
Paper by F. J. Beaty, Chemawa.
THURSDAY, JULY 13, 10 A
What Is to be done with tbe Small
Tho oaly Pura Cream of Tartar Powdcr.No Ammonia; No Alma.
UM is MiUioas of Hobm 40 Yw tl Staadui
jouitNAii, -wiiDxmDAV, avLr a, um.
"'i!i "w 1 wwwjiji mmmmmn
VruUn when tlia gtinplr Ke?1 the
Demand, ilrn, II. B. Vnd, Balem,
Co-oj-f ration of Prult flrower, James
It bliepard, Zend.
THC PIOHIO Or MATES,
Comfort and Patriotism Make a Largo
Aflcr the Idea of having a regular 4th
of July celebration was given up, the
matter of holding a Hla w' platilc, the
same as two years ago, was suggested,
nnd taken hold of at the lost minute.
Although the tlmo was short and many
arrangement Incomplete, the event
was a great success. Several thousand
people from all parts of tbe county as
sembled at tbe fair grounds and a most
enjoyable tlmo was bad by all.
Judge Henry, as president of the dsy,
manax-ed tbe affair in excellent style,
and with his good natured address of
welcome, introduced the following pro
gram, with good eflect:
1. Music by the band.
2. Call to order by president of the
day, Judge L, D. Henry.
3. Prayer by Prof. Cochran.
Reading of declaration.
Music by tbe band.
Address by Judge Henry.
Address by Guv. Chadwick.
Address by B. F. Bon ham.
Response for the native sons and
daughters by Hon. F. C. Baker.
11. On behalf of Wisconsin, "Tbe
Legend of Lake Monona," Miss Myrtle
12. Music band.
13. Five minute responses by repre-
nentatives of the states.
14. Permanent organization.
This proved very entertaining, and
as it was all voluntary and mostly of
an extemporaneous character reflects
ao little credit on tbe participants. Re
sponses of a pleasant nature were made
For Iowa, Claire Inman; Michigan,
Major Hodgkin; Nebraska, R. R. Ryan;
New York, Mrs. W. 8. Wands; Oregon,
F. O. Baker; Pennsylvania, Dr. Mott;
South Dokota, J. J. Kraps; Tennessee,
L. H. Pettyjohn; Minnesota, A. W.
Prominent among those who effected
permanent organizations were the rep
resentatives of Wlsconslon, They had
the handsomest headquarters on the
grounds, aud elected tbe following of
ficers: Preisdent, G. F. Smith; secre
tary, Mrs. A. E. Diusmoor; treasurer,
C. D. Gabrlelson, for tbe Hawkeye
club, registered the people from Iowa,
and had a busy day of it.
Miss F. R. Hall did some good single-
handed work for Massachusetts.
Tbe silver medal contest in the after
noon was held down by ten young peo
pie, and the prize was awarded Miss
Much good work was done by all the
committees and by many individuals,
all of whom are entitled to tbe thanks
of tbe community for their efforts.
HORSE TBttEF CAPTURED.
Jail By a
Plucky Henry Helmkee today land
ed in tbe county jail one Edward Moe,
who celebrated the Fourth by stealing
He stole an old white horse at Jeffer
son and swapped it for Jas. Duncan's
horse near Turner.
Upon trial before Justice Matteson
this forenoon bo was convicted of both
hefts, Dist. Atty. Condlt appearing for
The following letters remaining In
the Salem postofllce June 14, 1893, un
called for. Those calliug for them
please Bay "advertised"
Bullden Frank Bruce C A
Bennett Mrs AH Beaty v
Bailey WW and JABailey Amos
Baizley Mrs Mary Crow M C
Craven Mrs J
Fleck T A
George H M
Hedrlck Mrs J
French Eva E
Gnm W T
loom Lanlry & Co
McCormlck J R
McCalllster D W
Maquire&Wlnuiug Morgan Willie
Olden Amos A
ration E B
Smith M U
Matbeny B N
Falru D G
Rngcera Mra W
Sullivan Jas F
Williamson L 2
Taylor Jas W
A. N. GILBERT, P. M.
!"i mi i v
Tirn MOrtmr ABaVRtia.
fllttullon of tho Agrlotilttir&l Oollsrs
Our reporter from (Mrrilll Mat's
that the fliiaiiol.il situation of llio Agri
cultural college Iff iiiilnli mufti nflllufso
lory than had heretofore been eonsld
ered by the public
Mistaken report In regnrd to this
matter have recently gone abroad to
tho effect that tho board of regents
had not secured boiidiuicu other than
Hamilton, Job & Co. Also It was
stated that the board of regents hnd au
thorized the treasurer of the college to
matte that bank, which hoi failed, the
At the meeting of the board held at
CowaHI lnt week It was shown from
the records that besides Hamilton, Job
& Co. there aro several good and sub
stantial cltizeus of Benton county on
Mr. Shipley's bond for the sum ot (40,
000. There Is no record of the board of
regents having authorized Mr. Ship
ley to make that bank tbe depository
of the state apportionment.
The Albany Herald has tbe follow
ing statement of the matter:
Considerable has been said about tbe
funds for tbe Agriculture college at Cor
vallis from the state, which bad been
placed In the Hamilton, Job bank by
Hon. A. R. Shipley, the treasurer for
tbe college, and by the failure of that
institution becoming unavailable for
tbe present and to a measure a loss.
At the recent meeting of the board of
regents It was decided to hold the treas
urer and hi" bondsmen for the money,
and tbe matter was placed in the bands
of tbe executive committee of the board.
As Judge Boise i? one of that commit
tee tbe people Will have ample assur
anew that justice and right and tbe wel
fare of the sta'e will be guarded by the
best legal ability of the state.
The above is very gratifying to tbe
people, because it has been asserted in
print, as coming from some members
of the board, that Mr. Shipley was not
liable for the money lost to tbe state.
Tbe reocrds of the board show that
it was largely due to the efforts of Hon.
W. A. Sample of Umatida county and
one or two other members of tbe board'
that Mr. Shipley was called up to give
bonds at all.
There is no question that every dol
lar will be recovered for Treasurer Ship
ley is under good and sufficient bonds
to tbe amount of $40,000.
There is more catarrh in this section
of tbe country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
tor a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease, and pre
scribed local remedies, and by constant
ly railing to cure wun local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional
disease, and therefore requires consti
tutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only consti
tutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in doses from 10 drops
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly ou
the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe
sjstem. They offer one hundred dol
lars for any case it fails to cure. Send
for circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Jgfr-Sold by druggists, 75c
VOSE. At tbe home of M. Winches,
South Balem, July 3, 1693, Isaac
Vose, aged 79 years.
Tbe deceased leaves three daugbterr
to mourn his death Mrs. J. L. Ball
inger, who resides east of Salem, Mrs.
M. Winches, and Mrs. Abell. Tho re
mains were embalmed and sent to
Hutchinson, Kansas, for interment.
Rich, Bed Blood
As naturally results from taking Hood's
Barea pari Haas personal cleauliuees re
sult from free use of soap and water.
This great purifier thoroughly expels
scrofula, salt rheum and all other im
purities and build up every or.an of
the body. Now Is tbe time to take it.
Tbe highest praise has been won by
Hood's Pilta for their easy, yet efficient
action. 8cld by all druggists. Price
Leona Pickard, De Leon Jechet, Ger
vals. J. T. Mabon, Dallas.
Miss Gentry, Mrs Willis, Lebanon.
H. 8challer, T. P. Randall, Oregon
J. O. Mack, J. P. Mclnervy, Mrs.
Dresser, The Dalles.
Edith Monroe," Otto Gutbenoy, A.
W. Babbldge, J. Augustine, Mrs. Cor
MUs Van Horn, albany.
To Water Censumers: Attention is
called to Section 0 of Schedule of
"Parties vacating premises with In
tent to return aud OCCUDV theutnn
shall give notice at the offlce at the
time of leavlnir ind also on rem
Parties falling to give such notice will I
do cnargea lor run time. No charges
ou me water under provisions of this
Also to the hours of irrigationfrom
6 to 8 in the morning and from 5 to 9
Inthe evening. Salem Water Co.
juuuiii,a;i good uWUftJo
of cherries iu the WHi,va.lley.,0PERAH0U8K CORNER,
. -.-. x-rouueu
"" "' w i
yomo stores' nro having great
difloulty in bearing up in Piioh
times as thoso.
At low prices enablos tho
WOOLEN MILL STOKE
to boar up and increaao
business every year.
N00jfcl fllM STORE
Good Thing In a Pamphlet.
There lived many years ago in Irolond
a barrister of the name of Bethel, who
was rather proud of his attainments and
who liked to show them off in tho writ
ing of pamphlets. One of these, said by
those who have Been, it to be anything
bat valuable, was upon tho subject of
the union between Ireland and England.
Meeting a witty acquaintance somo
dayc after the publication of his pam
phlet, Bethel was asked by him why he
had not informed him of its appearance.
"I wonder you didn't tell me you'd
written it, Bethel," said the witty ac
quaintance. "I never saw it until yes
terday, and only then by the merest ac
cident." "Well, how did you like it?" asked
Bethel, who was fond of praise and was
anxious to hear what was forthcoming
to gratify his vanity.
"How did I like it?' repeated the other.
"Why, it contained some of the best
things I ever saw in a pamphlet on any
"I am very proud to have yon say so,"
said BetheL "Very proud indeed. And
all what were the things that pleased
yon so much?'
"Mince pies," said the other.
"What?" cried Bethel, his face turning
"Mince pies," repeated tho other. "I
saw a girl coming out of a pastry shop,
and she had three steaming hot mince
pies wrapped up in your pamphlet They
were fine. Did you have mince pies in
all of them?' Harper's Young People.
The Art or FoUteneaa.
Is politeness quite a lost art? Some
times I am obliged to think so. The
other evening at a performance of
"Adonis" a stylishly dressed woman sat
behind a young girl whose large hat
somewhat obscured her view of the per
formance A polite request on her part
would doubtless have induced the wearer
of the obnoxious hat to remove it. But
the woman who couldn't see preferred
other methods. So loudly and rudely
she said: "I think it is abominable for any
one to wear a big hat like that in the
theater. It oughtn't to be allowed."
The wearer of the hat immediately re
moved it. Then the woman who couldn't
see leaned forward and said in the most
dulcet of tenes: "It was very sweet of
you to remove your hat It quite ob
scured the stage from view." But the
sweetness had come a little too late, and
tho wearer of the hat replied quietly, but
cuttingly, "It would have been more
amiable of yon, mad am e, had you asked
me to remove my hat instead of making
the disagreeable remark that met my
ears." New York Commercial Adver
tiser. Waited on the Queen For Forty Tear.
From England comes on item which
may interest those who are curious about
court customs. Tho dowager Duchess
of Athole, who has been a lady in wait
ing to tho queen for nearly 40 years and
who was mistress of the robes in Lord
Derby's first administration, was acting
mistress of the robes during the months
of February, March and April. The du
ties of the office will bo undertaken by
the dowager Duchess of Roxburgho dur
ing May, June and July. The mistress
of the robes attends the queen at all
court and state functions and is expect
ed to be present at the drawing rooms,
the state balls and the state concerts.
The dowager Duchess of Roxburgho has
been a lady in waiting on the queen for
more than 30 years, and in length of
service she comes second only to the
dowager Duchess of Athole, the third
place being filled by the dowager Lady
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.
N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Stj. SALEH, OREGON.
-TOO MANY SPRING JACKETS
The season ia rapidly advancinsr. and as we have on hanol
m. cm v 1 . - .
iiui TTinnTT nnni .lAnnta wn
i"4 "" UUH nu" mem iiuicii.
Please call early and get your choice.
ZIZ. ' ZZL Tu"r rii'ST". "??,,ul:w BU " ""
Plilte.fn. Good, Clothing,
wear, 4wys o baa.
u s'..,-l . - '..
Thero U omithlnir uiDirlnu ntwintit
wheu yon are offered someihlnir rnrnnih.!
In?. We are not dolne baginese thatwij
but let I2 BUT Ihltnnwhem nmnnp hnnjt'
dealers can you get more for your monejl
buaii juu uo iruin us. weare owmaJuDt
uj ruu on
We have Juki recen ed a large ttock ol si-H
olle direct from tho East. Notice all tbe
laiiy papers ror our advertisement Wt
repair old itampe. Come and see us and,
et our prices. We will take pleasure In
Aiuu.iug lueui iu juu.
Booksellers and Statlonsra
08 STATE 8TRF.KT.
Vy ' PdYiIClANrAND8URQEON,
Offlce 31oCouitnercial streeUn Eldriugeblocfc
Residence 47o Commercial street.
UAltoAIN-A nrsUchws ISO model Colon
. bla bicycle, as good as nev, warranto
for one year. lias been used only three wertt
Will be sold at a Urge discount. Call on W.L
Staler. Capital Bailor College. 7-3 St
T 03T. Eyt-giasses and chain on Tburedi
j aiiern'jon. nnoer please leave at Jon
aL office. 6-3o3
TOOK BALE. 2 choice lota, 4 blocks foullirfl
! H. is. church, Ha em. Big bargain, a I
w 11 trade for span el bones.
South tliltB. i
POK BALE. A very nicely located lot,wlt
JJ house, on Mill street sonth ol Wlliametii !
university For terms and particulars, pleM I
Inquire at tbls office. S-'S-lm I
TUIB PAPER U kept on file at E. C. Daul i
AdvertUIng igency.eiand KSMerchssu I
Exchange, Can Kraadsro, California, wbai
conlraca for advertUlng can r made for h I
TTELF WANTED. Agents paid agood con-
xj. miu.oa, ana tswu ami
mlss.on. and SSOCO dividend amosll
them next wlntar. Special attraction ioUI
pcsnra inisyutriorfrnicu we want tee ie
vicooi oti agenu every vrnere.
the clrtim t nHr.i.-niNO ro-
Room 3 1, chronicle Ublldlng, Han i raoeUM .
CHRISTIAN HC1ENCE Luerature ofdl
J klndaon sale at J8 Liberty street. W-1JI
ATTENTIONCasa money paid for mtj
b-mits.old iron and all kinds of mtUUI
a-so hides, at old Court House, Balem.
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Regular Seventh Diy Advent at services ill
old Unitarian Hall opposite o era b"UMl
lem. 8atur ays. Baboath school at lo. M
followed by Bible leading and other sernot I
Prayer meeUog Wednesday 7.33 d. m. W
Banks and the public are warned ed J
to buy school bonds or to extend cre&l
to school district No. 3 Mariou count;, I
Oregon. Dated July 1st, 1693.
John Savage, Br.
CONTRACTORS & PLABTERErSl
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