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unDsj&rNe oajpiiwl joxtiinjli, Saturday September 2, wa.
GRRiT CLEARANCE SI
ALL DRESS GOODS INCLUDED.
Call and Get Prices.
Our two fine presents will be given away; September 1st.
307 Commercial Street.
- IF -
You are going to build or make any kind ot
Improvement, call on too undersigned lot
material. We nave a complete stock, and an
ready to supply any prepaied contract, sewei
work, grading, etc.
Salem Improvement Co.
Shakpeks Get Left. One ofthi
clrcUB gang tried to work a "flimflam"
game on Bchloeman, the city baker,
Bays the Eoseburg Review. A couple
of thee camo in during the evening
and one of Ibetn bought ten centV
worth of tobacco, tendering a ten dol
lar gold piece in payment. Mr. Bcbloe
man gave htm back' his change 15 in
gold and (4.00 in silver. Then the fel
low's pal remarked that the silver was
a nuisance to carry and together they
handed back $5 in silver to be obaneed
for 51n gold. All this time tbey were
talking to confuse the baker, and as be
was about to hand back the $5 in gold
they requested him not to forgot to give
baok that $10 gold pl&e. Mr. Bchloe
man did not know just "where he was
at," but realized that a game was being
worked on him, and requested a gen
tleman who had Just stepped iu to go
for a marshal. This alarmed theolr-
cusmon and tbey went out of the shop
and arouud the corner at 2:40 pace lea v
ing Mr. Bohiooman In possession of $5
of their money. They never came baok
and ko Is that much ahead.
Doing Well. Notwithstanding
the unusually dull times, the little
kingdom of double blessedness still
calls for more representatives and In re
sponse to its demands Marlon county
Is fully keeping up her record and fur
nishing her quota of those moklug the
new start. Tho second couple to talte
outlioense yesterday were A. L. Brlggs
and Miss Lulu P. White, and two
more couple wero today granted the
happy privilege of living as one. They
were C. Hove and Miss Martha KJer
land and Jno. B. Palmer and Miss Ella
Will Open Tuesday. At the reg
ular meeting; of the city council next
Tuesday evening bids will bo opened
for the improvement of Oak street.
The time for receiving bids expired
Sept. 1st, and tho contract for grading,
curbing and laying crosswalks will be
awarded at the next meeting. Each
bidder haa deposited with his bid (200
as a guhrauteo of good faith and to an
swer as a forfeit in cubo he does not
comply with hia contract.
One Night in Jail. W. O. Apple
gate failed to find a responsible party
to go on his bonds for tho amount of
(100 forappearanco beforo Justice Bach
elor's court at 2 p, iu., today, nnd was
placed In jail lust ulght. Today Jua
Iiaro, who swore out the warrant, re
lented and acrecd uot to appear against
his assailant and Applegate was re
leased without coming to trial.
Lowest Yet. Wheat has dropped
to 45 oouts. The mills wero paying 47
yesterday, but today liavo posted bul
etlua quoting newly delivered at 45
enta, and wheat that has been iu
storage at 48, which iucludes thestor-
Bicycle Track. The best riders iu
the city have worn a smooth traok to
the Lockwood bioyclo headquarters at
lite meetfengcr ofllce, Tho ilucst Col
wwbtaa for rent
Bio Scalp, Jon u MoCraokeu to
day pmanUd the Boalp of a large bear
to Mm ooBty clerk for a warraut. The
twenty a bear scalps Is f3.
BafOKKTHN Kkookukk. Wai. Mar
bail Motived another Ave daya com
atttMMBt to the elty lockup this morn-
In for iktffceU4M0.
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QoMmrrD. Will Brouso of Douglas
entity waa (o4ay admitted tu tho Iu-
UMMfkiw. 8M SS years old, talks
illy a4 t Hmmm twrn her clothing.
i i i i
fail LYMi. Two hundred tons of
vast kajr I r tilyer la coin or
A White, 91 pourt
Wilt, Globis.--All tkve haaka of 6t
Imi will hm atomd Mo4v. iu hotter of tat
tb f ! Labor I
AND SHOE COMPANY,
PERSONAL AND LOOAL.
Lew Wallace's new book, the "Prin
cess of India," just received by Dear
born, the bookseller.
Miss Ada Thomas of Turner, was a
Salem visitor yesterday.
The biggest stock of peaches and the
finest peaches in Salem today are al
the BLUE FRONT.
The Southern Oregon fair will begin
at Boseburg Monday.
Bev. Grannis, the new M. E. pastor,
arrived in the city last night
Miss Mclutyre went to Albany last
night to spend a few days.
Mrs. M. E. Bacchus, the youngest
sister of Capt. Sherman, arrived in the
city last night, having come direct
from Boston, Hose.
Major Caufleld has secured the priv
ilege of publishing and distributing of
flclul programs at the fair this year.
WANTED A PANTRY GIRL-al
Willamette Hotel. Apply at onci.
Miss Laura Myers, sister of Senator
Myers, is in tho city, the guest of Mrs.
Janitor Howell, of the state house,
is spending a few days at tho beach,
W. H. Savage, who is to superintend
the pavilion at the fair, is on bis way
home from the world's fair, and arriv
ing in Salem will remain till the state
fair is over,
W. P. Dugan is in Eugene.
Hops will save the Willamette valley
farmers from financial embarrass
ment. Mrs. Holman and Mrs. J. H. Lunu
went to Albany today.
O. M. Eppley returned tq Newport
Mrs. Belle Cook nnd son went to
Nashville, Oregon today.
E, E. Martin returned from Creswell
on the afternoon train and will enter
the University Monday.
The Eugene Guard says that not
withstanding the stringency of tho
monoy market, the matrimonial
market is good.
Wheat is only 43 cents at Eugene,
but owing to the money stringency
many farmers will sell.
Thos. M. Roberts of Tho Dalles takes
the place of Prof. MoClure at the State
University for one year.
Bupt. Bellinger loft today to bring his
Mrs. Parker of Monmouth Is visiting
Miss Capwell of South Salem.
Sliver dollars aro worth as much ob
over, and buyers can get more than
over for them, at the grocery house of
J. A. Van Eaton,
Suunyslde postofllce has beeu moved
two miles south.
Mrs. Leach, who has been vlsUlue
the family of George Collins, returned
to her home in Portland this afternoon.
Mr. Knoeves of Portland stopped In
tlte city today on his way home from
Misses Calvert aud Welch returned
from a summer's outing at Newport to
Mrs. O. M. Lockwood arid Mrs.
Moorea wore among the number who
returned from the seaside todajp
Mrs. C. L. Darling and Mrs. Hlnkle
went to Hubbard on the afternoon
P. P. Wright went to Oregon City
today to take a position in a confection.
A dlspatoh from the Deyoe Company
mlulng camp in Jackson county, saya:
"Wm. Deyoe. brother of L. W. Deyoe.
of Albany, was blown up with glaut
powder this morning at their mlno on
Harrison flat, a box containing about
tweuty-flvo pounds expWed while he
waastaudlngoverlt. Ha WM trying
to take it out from under hla bunk
when It exploded with a deafening
noise, blowing his arms and head oil
aud scattering parta of the body Into
the tree tops. The coroner went down
this afternoon. On account of the
inanuled condition of the rematus it la
doubtful if they can beaeut to Albauy
ijie anair ia castaoeep
gteoai over the tntslug ewp,"
The. Authorities Gently Bemindcd of
A sure way to spoil ati appetite for
several meals ahead is u trip through
the alley Iu the rear of tho 'China dens
on Liberty street.
The foul smell arising from the'ear-
caseea dumped into this alley, is only
equaled by the stench that emanates
from the back doors of the row of dens
that front on Liberty and State streets.
If it is true that this race of people live
on dead cats, rats, etc., the den must
now have on hand a surplus stock in
that line. In this alley, near the tower
of the fire bell, which tbey are
nov using as a dumping ground for
their surplus edibles, lie a number of
putrid carcasses that give rise to an
odor that would do. credit to a soap
The writer observed in this alley,
through the sense of sight, emphasized
by that of smell in two dead cats,
one that has lain for many days
and another that is swollen to immense
proportions, just nearlng the ripening
stage, and if not removed will thicken
the atmosphere arouud with its odor in
a day or two.
In this same locality iies n decompos
ing rat that contributes Its share to ex
cite tho olfactory nerves, and to this is
added the fragrance of a dead chicken
and odor arising from bones of meal
that aro dumped into the alley with
more or less flesh on them. Tho idea
oue gets of Chinese life at their back
door is anything but exalted and the
closer one gets to their dens the more
nauseating the smell.
There is one place on. Liberty street
where they never take the trouble to
carry the slop pails to the baok door
but empty it out a at side window where
stands a pool of their filth which is very
unsightly as well as deleterious to the
saultary condition of the surroundings,
The white residents in the neighbor
hood of Chinatown are beginniug to
complain, and they as well as the en
tire population of the city should be
protected against the filthy habits of
these uncanny people.
That part oftbe city known as China
town, centrally located in the Capital
City, is a fruitful source of disease aud
moral degradation and is becoming a
menace to those owing property or do
lug business in that vicinity. Within
easy stone throw are three Chinese or
Japanese houses of prostitution besides
one conducted by American demi
Chinatown should be renovated,
forcing the denizens to conform to san
itary laws as well as moral laws or that
bole should be depopulated.,
Unity Church. Services at 10:30
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday sohool at
12:15, Rev. W. E. Copeland pastor.
Subject of morning sermon "A Vaca
tion Ramble," subject of evening lecture
"The Effect of the World's Fair on
Evangelical. German church cor
ner Liberty and Center streets. Sun
day school at 10 a, m. Preaching at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Germans- are cor
dially Invited to attend. A. A. Engel
Y. M. O. A. Tho" Rev. W. B. Barr,
of Brighton, Pa., will talk to young
men at the Association Hall tomorrow
at 4 p. in., bubjeot "Things as I see
Them." All men invited.
Presbyterian. Rev. Burr, from
Pittsburg, will preach tomorrow at
10:30 a. m., and Rev. A, L, Hutchison
at 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at 12 m,
and Y, P. S. O. E. at 0:15 p. m.
Baptist Church. Prayer service
at 10-30 a. m. followed by an Important
business meeting. No evening service.
Sunday sohool at noon. Endeavor
meeting at 7:30 p. m.
United Brethern. Sabbath school
at 10 a. m., Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m., All cordially invited. Rev.
L. B. Baldwin, pastor.
Evangelical. Service for funeral
conducted by Rev. Bowereox, at W. O.
T. U. hall tomorrow, at 10:30 a. m. and
7:30 p. ra. Sunday school at 12 m.
Christian Church. Bervlces
morning aud eveulug, conducted by
MI88 ANNUS THORNTON. Conservatory
ot Muilc. Dresden. Uermauy. Weal
and Instrumental muslo, Inairuotorof French
and German at Willamette University.
iwoou 9 I, nans uuuaiug. v-i-u.
The oaly Pure Cream of Tartar
Udi ia Millions 0 Hop
BOW AT OORVALLIS.
Two Families Go In for Blood and
Make Business for the Phy
sicians. A general fight, which terminated in
the shooting of M. W. Smith, took
place on the island, three miles south
of Corvallls Wednesday evening. The
others implicated in tho affair are John
Stablbucb, Sr Hermann Stahlbucb,
Johu Stahlbucb, Jr., Germans, and
Mrs. Smith, wife of the man who was
shot Tbe two families hayobeen any
thing but friendly toward each other.
A feud of longstanding has existed.
8mith was in the act of driving a
couple of cowa belonging tothe8tahl
buohs from bis pasture, when ho was
met by tho elder of the Germans and a
fight toobr place In a road on Smith's
laud. The two sons of Stahlbucb. hear
ing their father's cries were soon at the
scene, Hermann with a shot un, -(this
being disputed.) It la said that Smith
took hold of tbe gun near the muzzle,
and pushed it aside just as it was dis
charged, the load barely missing blm.
In a scuffle which ensued tbe gun be
came nnbritched. Smith bavin? the
barrels in bis hands with which be
struck the two Btahlbuchs on their
heads, knocking them down.
By this time the other Stahlbuch ar
rived and was also struck on tbe bead
with some instrument, and in a dazed
condition drew bis pistol and began
shooting at Smith, three of the shots
taking effect. Parties who were in
hearing distance say that six shots
were fired in all. He was also consid
erably beaten up about the back. Ah
to the result of Smith's Injuries the
doctors are as yet unable to form an
opinion, as none of the bullets have
been located. The three Btahlbuchs
are terribly out about tbe bead, the
older one and Herman being unable to
be about, while John, tbe one who did
tbe shooting, was in town next morn
ing for medical assistance for his father
and brother. He also exhibited an
ugly wound. No oue witnessed the
ught only those Implicated. A war
rant was sworn out against Herman
and John Stablbucb, each, and tbey
were arrested on a charge of an assault
with a dangerous weapon. As tbe
former was not able to come to town
and there was no one else to take care
of his disabled father, be was allowed
to romain home. John was arraigned
before County Judge Hu fiord and
bound over in tbe sum of (300 to appear
for preliminary trial set for Saturday
at 1 o'clock. The bond was given.
Are Yon Nervous,
Are you all tired out, do you have that
tired feeling or sick headache? You
can be relieved of all these symptoms
by taking Hood's Sarsaporilla, which
gives nerve, mental and bodily strength
und thoroughly purifies the blood.. It
also creates a good appetite, cures indi
gestion, heartburn and dyspepsia.
Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy in
action and sure in effect 25 cents a
We offer One Hundred Dollars re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
we, me uuaersiguea, nave Known if.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve uiru perfectly honorable in all
business transactions und flnsnclallv
able to carry out any obligations made
oy tneir nrm.
West & Iruax. Wholesale Druer-
glsts, Toledo, O. Waldino, Kinnan
& Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole-
Hall's Catarrh fure is taken Intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tbe system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75o per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Comfort For the Unsuccessful.
If wq aro monoy makers, it is to
tho exclusion of something else; if we
havo gentleness and refinement,
those qualities unfit us for becoming
monoy makers. Tho late Daniel
Doughorty mot at Narrsgansott Pier
a very charming young man ono
evening, and afterward asked mo if
ho was poor or if ho had inhorited a
fortune. "Why do you not ask me
u no nas made onorl rejoined. "Be-
causo I know ho hasn't," replied ;Mr.
Dougherty, who, as every ono knows,
was a very keen observor of human
nature. ."Ho is poor, or, if ho is not,
his money was inherited," insisted
Mr. Dougherty, and when I pressed
him for a reason for his assertion he
said. "Ho ia too roflned, too cul
tured, too altogether charming ever
to have mado by his own exertions a
f ortuno or even a competency boyond
a more living," which was a perfect
diagnosis of tho voxmtr man's noeition
in life Boston Home Journal.
Powder. No Ammoaia; N AWm.
40 Vrs tlw StuuiuA
OPA-LS. Wo have a few "opal"
plates left, and until they are gone, we
will niako opal pictures at- a reduced
price. Sperry, the artist, Commercial
street corner Court, Salem. d-tf
Re-Opened. After a mouth's vaca
tion Miss May Wllkins has ro-opened
hor dressmaking parlors in the Hughes
block, and is prepared to receive and
execute all work us In the past. Ladies
wishing fall work done should get their
orders In ob early as possible. Prompt
work u specialty. 7-31 Ot
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied in buudles of
100, not cut, for sale at this oillco at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents
a pound. Next door to the postofllce.
Of Interest to Sportsmen.
Mr. W. H. Hnlburt. A. G. P. A.. Union Pa
clUoBystem, Portland, Oro., has Just received
a supply of books called "Gun Club Rules and
Revised Game Laws." This publication con
tains a digest or the laws relatlngjo game In
the Western stales and territories. Mr. Hul
burt will be glad to mall you one of the books
upon receipt ol two' stamps to cover postage.
W. H. HULUURT, Q. A. P. A.
For the next 30 days F. T. Hart the
tailor will make a
fourth oft the regular
prioo on all suits
tbe time to get a
ana trousers, now is
(40.00 suits, (30.00
(12.00 pants, (0.00
(10.00 pants. 7.6u.
For cash only.
Look ! Look ! To men from 17 to 60
years. Now Is your chance to learn u
trade. Mr. E. H. Turner will open a
mechanical school, second floor of old
court bouse, September 4th, for the
sum of ten dollars be will teach you the
use of carpenter's tools, also to file,
grind and keep In perfect order said
tools. Tbe work is practical. The
scholar is required to make and put to
gether tbe different parts of u bouse.
The method is very simple and quick.
Mr. Turner will guarantee to teach the
ordinary man as much in two weeks as
be formerly learned in three years ap
prenticeshlp. Every man should take
the two weeks' couse be he rich or poor.
The professional mun will Mud it far
better exercise than tbe useless dumb
James M. Kyle, lessee of the Salem
Canning company plant, is prepared to
contract for Bartlett pears for canning.
The producer to take his pay in tbe
canned product canned, cased and
ready for market. In order for the pro
ducer to take advantage of this it will
be necessary for the producer to call at
Mr. Kyle's office, with the Oretrou
Fruit & Produce Co., or on J. M. Wal
lace at the ofllce of tbe Water Co. for
It is necessary to indicate tbe quan
tity of pears aud enter into an agree
ment on or before Saturday, September
2d, as only a limited amount can be re.
If you anticipate visiting the world's
fair, or your friends in tho East, take
advantage of the present opportunity,
as the fares are now so low they cut no
figure in the expense. Tho Chicago &
Northwestern Railway have nlaced In
service a solid vestlbnled train, between
rornanu ana tjnicAgo, the famous
Wayner tourist cars, free recllnlncr
choir cars, aud dining car "par excel
lent." vviiu tne accommodations fur
nished, rates now offered, together wltb
the short time consumed In making
the trip, itia within tbe reach or all.
For further information, apply to any
ticket agent, or write
A. u. Barker, Gen'I Agt
272 Washington street.
Manufacture Standard Pressed Brick,
Molded Brick in all Patterns for Front
and supply tbe brick lor the New Balem City
Hall and nearly all the line buildings erected
In the Capital city.
lards near Penitentiary, Salem, Or. 8-3-dw
AGINTS WANTED on Salary and Commlttlon
for THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
BIOGRAPHY OF JAMES 6. BLAINE,
By Q Alb HAMILTON, his literary executor,
with the co operation or his family, and for Mr
Ulalne'a Complete Works, "TWENTY YKA1W
Of cONQRKSa." and his later oook, -POLI-IIOAL
BIUUUH-tlONd One prospectus ror
these S BEST BEUL.INCT books In themarket.
n. jr. juroau m sue., iook iu orders rrcm nrst
UOcalU; agent's profit J1W.5G. Mrs Ballard
of O. took lSorders, 13 Seal Russia, In one day:
profltl2B25. E.N Rice, of Mass, took 27orden!
in 2 days; prodt $17.16. J. ratrideeof Me.took
43 orders from sa callt; profit 17525. E. A
Palmer of N. Dk. look 43 orders in 3 days:'
piOfltWS.25. EXCLUSIVE T RRITOIIYpI '
en. If you wish to make LAKQci MONEk.
write Immediately for U'tms to
THE HENRY BILL PUB. CO., Norwich, Cop
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BURBAU
8A.IBrvf, ... Oregon
Private work a specialty.
a B. CLEMENT. Manager.
Proprietor of the
GERMAN :-: MARKET
South Commercial 81, Balem.
All kinds Fresh, nail and Smoked
from U. P. Dock at S o'clock, a. m. every Wed-
troju the Central dock at mot ot Wuhlastoa
treet veryBnndayandTbursday, ?
I JSffiSiX5,Ja.M,BdV Md TueUy, .'
jssxssss " srtuisir'
1 1 Mil MOVEMEN
On the part of Congress may
give us some relief financially
but that is very indefinite
But a DEAD SURE thing
are those ALL WOOL Suits
at the "Woolen Mill Store;
Don't fail to get one at tho
price they aro being slaugh
tered at the
NOTE THIS DOWN.
Note this down In Tonr memorandum
i ..... .- ..
oooa mat we are navmg a special saie on
Tinted Writing Paper.
Ournrlcea will astontah von W nro!
-tolliDR the flneit kind of writing paper for
Oc. formerly so'd lor 75c We will sell yon
24 sheets of writing paper for 10c, Call and
ee mo assortment on our bargain counter.
Booksellers and Stationer.!
OS STATE STREET.
E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO ,
Xegal Blank Publishers
Bush's New Brlck.over the bank, Com'l street.
Rates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland aad Ban
Francisco. FlMtrdaae In all its appointment.
IU tables are served with tho
Grown in the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
A GOOD CHANCE I
All goods at W. M. Bargeant's will
be sold at the regular price for tbe next
SO days at 10 per cent, discount for cash.
OPSNa 8BPTBMB8R 37
WILL FURNISH THK MUSIC.
A WOELD OP MECHANICS IS MINIATUBB.
THE SPECIAL FEATURES WILL ECLIPSE THOSE OF ANY PREVIOUS YEAR.
MADAME GIRARD GYER'S PRISMATIC FOUNTAIN
Constructed at a cost ol 110,030 and throwing a thoutand Jets ot water In all the colors of tbs
rainbow wlu beautify Muslo Hail.
Containing fish ol all varleUea lound In Oregon waters.have been constructed at great expense
THE ART GALLERY,
UU contain a collection of paintings selected from tbe World's Fair. Among them BJ
burg's celebrated painting Custer's Last Fight. To visit this great Exposition and view iu
wonder In every department of Art and ticience, will be next t hln-r to a vUH to the W orlo I
Fair at Chicago.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL TRANSPORTATION LINKS.
For further lnfnrmnfti.n .HrtMu
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Latest Improved Goods aad Lowest Prices. .
N. W. Cor. Stte and Liberty St. SALEM, OREGON.
Prices per suit 75c, $1,00, $1.50. $2.00. $2 50, To this well
assorted lino we invite the inspection of all sensible buyere.
Mn' Wool Fmt.
"We have lately received six dozen men's pants, guaranteed
ALL "WOOL. Prices $3.00 and $3.50 a pair. With these
sattta we challenge all competition.
a!.1 WILLIS BROTHERS
rmrr . . - .
QMGRAMCHJiUS CORNER, ....
K r l i-t- -. a II -
inir wyn Hoe, mi iuji. ot w?
Owner call at Cook hotel,
v. M Liuei.
T7IOH PAL.K OB TKADK.-SO acres ol land
T? situated In .Folk county, six miles from
Ralston, for salo or irade lor Palem property.
Enquire of O. W. J ohnion, or Fred Bnrst.
T7K3R RENT On Democratic Boom Termi.a
Jrj new. house with 8 rooms, hard finish; on
Division street betweea Front and Commer
cial. Inquire on lot. &6
31 II IB PAPER Is kept on file at E. C. Dake'i
. Advertising a gtney , 04 and 65 Merchants
xchange, San Francis o, California, where
contracts for advertising can be made for It,
kinds on sale at szs laoerty street.
ATTENTION, Cash money paid for rati,
bottles, old Iron and all kinds of metau,
a. bo hides, at old Court House, Balem.
WWy 1. TOIiPOLAR.
P0ST0FFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM.OB.
Admitted to practice In all the courts.
Bpeclal attention given to German speak
ing people and business at the county and
state offices. E. UOKER. Notary Public
CONTRACTORS & PLABTEKER8.
Leave orders atCotUe-Parkhurst blockoom
15, Bal em , Oregon .
From my farm, four head of horses.as follevi:
uiacK mare, weignt j.tw pounds,i nana biga
heavy In loal, in fair order, Fomewbut drooped
hipped and ringbone on lea fore foot, has
been swlnnled In left shoulder, age 6 yean.
One bay gelding J5 hands high, 4 yeais old,
round built, in good order, star In forehead,
somewhat sleepy look, ono hind foot wbtte,
weight about 1100. shoulders scalded, ratber
large neck. One light brown mare, 18 handi
bigD, weight abont lloo, Binall 8 wr under fore
lock, uge a years, half Vh de, heavy mane and
tall, square built, heavy etiocks and bigb
headed. One mare aee l'J or 14. about 14 band
high, light bay, stlfl" traveling, has long oar
row leet In front, weight 800 or 90upounds,la
fair order. Horses were taken Tuesday or
Wednesday sight, August let or 2nd. iwul
pay $25 apiece lor the return of tbe first 3 de
scribed horses or a liberal amount for any In
formation leading to their whereabouts Ad
dress, AL. JEK AN,
8 11- 1m dw BwlUerland, Marion Co., Or.
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES
CHARLES A. 81IITH BUMS
Tie Rustler food Saw
And he doesn't barn up half your wood, In
fuel, when be saws It. Make your contract
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