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Daily Capital Journa
HY HOKttR DROTHBK8,
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TUESDAY, JAN. 14, 1890.
Altona and Ramona
Portland, 6:45 a m. 9:00 a. m.
oaicm, Hi Mt ln .W..J -!
Independence, 0130 a. m.
GTFrclght received up to
to p. m.ul
Click time, regular lervlce
.., rates ...
M. P. BALDWIN.
2f O MILITARY ENCAMPMENT.-AbOUt
a . k.it... i ! .tnln tnllttftrv
I LWO IUI11W1S UKU lW OMllv """';
I .board had concluded to order a general
encampment of tUo entlro brigade of
the state, and directed that the proper
offlccru should muko nn estimate or
tlm nxncn.se. and the cstininte. which
wns completed about three weeks ago, I
M.nu.n.1 Mint Mm nrruiriut unillfl llfi
greatly In excess of what the board ' McKlnloy Mitchell returned to Clcr
nr. flror. niiMc.limfnd. Mill 111 COI1B (lcm-i n,s "KM.
It. J. llchdrlcks is In the city.
Lydell Baker Is up from Portland.
George firucc Is In the city from
0. E. Adams left today for The
COLLEGE I K C A
Lical News of Social and Fraternal
Miss M. E. Sperry Is in Portland.
Mrs. P. E. Hodgkln went to Oregon
city today to visit relative.
Mm M. A.Cavanaugh left today for
Dayton, "Washington, to visit friends
Mrs. Warren Trultt accompanied
the Judgo down from Alaska, and Is
thegucHt of Mrs. E. V. Smiillof this
Miss Nellie Stevens, superinten
dent of the public schools of Union
county, is In the city, the guest of
Miss Alice Hayes.
' Miss Pearl Aldrlch is In the city,
and will spend the winter with her
mother, Mrs. T. IJ. Walt. For a few
years past she has lived with grand
parents In California and Michigan.
Tho following Is the program to bo
given at tho Y. M. C. A. tomorrow
evening by tho young peoplo of tho
Christian church, who have In charge
tho regular monthly social for thin
Instrumental duet Misses Itlggs
Vocal duct Miss Hunt and Calkin
Kecltatloii Nellie Clark
Instrumental solo Mr. Calwcll
Instrumental solo Miss Hubbard
Tableau, "When the cats arc away
tho mice will play."
Piano solo . 'Imitation or clog dance)
llecltntlon Grace Mcllague
Vocal solo I. M. Woodrnir
Itecltntlon Clara Kent t
Instrumental solo Mr. Calwell
Vocal duct Mrs. Davis and Rose
Tableau, "Uefore and After."
All members and their friends aro
Invited to attend tho entertainment
tlon of the stringency of the times,
they concluded in n private conference
week before last to abandon the
scheme of an encampment, and last
evening at their regular quarterly ses
sion they formally adopted n resolu
tion rcsclndlag their former nctlon
and abandoning the proposed brigade
encampment. The board realizes that
the militia of the state would have
been greatly bcnellttcd by such an en
campment, and that to abandon it;
will be a great disappointment to the
soldiers, The board hopes that un
der the circumstances the tnllltlii will
acquiesce to the Inevitable, and con
tinue their exertions, in maintaining
the organization and discipline ns
heretofore, and also that upon the re
vival of business and Improved condi
tions 11 general encampment will be
called some years lator.
Monday at 2 o'cltck was the time
set by Judge Edcs for the hearing of
the cases of C. It. Savage against J.
II. Fletcher, proprietor of the Inde
pendent. Tho first was for a debt of
8171.20, and the second for 8100.40, In
curred by L. II. McMnhan when man
ager of tlie IudcjKmdcnt, and claimed
to have been bought up by C. II. Sav
age. When the court convened, Mr.
Rigger, attorney for the plaint liT,
after agreeing to pay all tho costs of
both stilts, moved that tho cases be
dismissed, wlileli ua.s accordingly
done. Tlieso suits were Instigated to
annoy Mr. Fletcher, and lie seems to
Iw downing these unjust attacks as
fast us they como up.
Senator Jefferson Myers went to
Albany tills morning.
Adjutant-general B. D. Tuttlc re
turned to Portland today.
J. W Cuslck, the Albany banker,
returned home this morning.
Thomas Rrandon, of Hnlsey, re
turned home this morning after a
short stay In Salem.
lion. Warion Trultt, Judge of
Alaska, who Is spending a short time
in the vnllcy, went to Albany this
Miss Marguerite Aldtfrson, Prof.
Parvln, A. W. Lundell and M. L.
Akors returned to Albany this morn
The Fifth Annual Conference
THE SATURDAY SESSION,
Proceedings Sunday and Notes On
The Sealskin Cloak Thief.
In Recorder Edcs' court yesterday
Tin: Chask Company. Hcttle Ber
nard Chase and her troupe appeared
at the Reed last night In "Little
Coquette," and were met by a largo
and appreciative house. Tho play was
good, and tho actors supported their
roles with great merit. The songs,
Jokes and dunces were new nutl pleas
ing, and the stnr in her character of
"Little Coquette" appeared to per
fection (ho Ingenuous maid she repre
sented. It Is not often that so good a
company comes to Salem, and at
such low prices, and this one Is cer
tainly deserving of liberal patronage.
Robert Harrild received tho cash gift
of 5 hist night. "Hunted Down"
will be played tonight, and the com
pany will remain heie 11 week.
OKDKIt OK KASTKKN 8TAK.
Evergreen chapter, No. 41, Ordor of
lfllit ltllt CiliH at.... I....1I1..1 .1 II 1...
mioiviii nun, vmrt II1SI IllllCd .MUllUliy
night at Woodbum In tho Masonic
hall by Grand Patron J. 11. Bridge
ford, of Bay City, assisted by the of
Itcers of Chadwlck chapter, No. .Ti, Or
der of Eastern Star, of Salem. The
now chapter starts out with a mem
bor of II. Thero were . membcra
pioseut from this city. Tho olllcers
elected and Installed for tho ensuing
term aro as follews:
Mrs. B. A. Cathey, worthy matren:
J. M. Poornmn, patron; Mrs. Dora
Ray, assoclato matron; I. H. Leonard,
treasurer; Mrs. W. II. Johnson, seen
tary;MUs Ida Mills, conductress; Miss
Lyda Boynton, assoclato conductress;
Miss Edith Wheeler, Adah; Mrs. .1
M. Poorman, Ruth; Mrs. O. I). Hen
derson, Esther; Mrs. W. E. Flnzer.
Mortha; Mrs. J. A. Knight, Electa;
Mrs. G. V. Boles, warden; Mrs. Spen-
cur jierry, bciitincl.
SoMKCANimATKH.-Tho outlook is
that theie will bo miililtiidu of
candidates for county oillces bcfoio
tho next convention. For example,
uicro nrc already a doon who want
to bo county assessor, and thero aro
Kovcial months to go on. The follow
ing gentlemen are named: S. T.
llolmrt, Gnrlleld; Phil Frotz, Salem;
T. B. Pulton, Clymer; Hen (iesucr,
Maeleay;Ves Smith, Turner; W. T.
Rlgdon, Salem; W. M. imieury,
Turner; (M. strain ami II. F. Hall,
wnotliMirii; M. .1. Connor, East Salem;
DOKHN'T MAltUY FOH MONKY.-A
Salem minister was called upon a few
days ago by a young man who wished
toengngo him to perform a marriage
ceremony, but frankly told him that
ho had no money. Tho gentleman of
tho cloth remarked: "I never marry
for money," and (00k tho Job.
.m:w ouk Kackkt.-Down km
u iini'unn lauies.getitHiuulchlldrons
winter underwear, of all kinds, also
on heavy wool mittens and gloves.
Ihoy aro offered nt very low prices to
urn out 1 no Hues. Call and
Bargains 1 Bargains J
42-lnoh all-wool jpiiota, Wo per yard.
10 men's stilts now W M
. " it fn
w Boy's suit nil rt.ducwi-ii.75 to U
LadloV 10 mackintoshes now i;
Clioaiwr oiu. all reduced. ' '
Men' and boy' mackintosh Hint
ovcrcoatsat bargain $$?,
.SHOhh-All solid shoos, fluo and
i'oar .so a jiair and up for ladl "s
and gentlemen. Children', nil M ,
fhws, ! a pair and nn. Elegant
vnluw for ts.60 and w a Jviir.
WILLIS BROS. St CO.
HitoiCKN Coi.i.au Bonk.-Dr. .1. N.
Smith was called to Shaw .tatlon yes
terday to attend Mrs. Cuuimlngs,
wife or tho the merchant at that
place, who sustained, among other
injuries, a fracture of tho collar Ikiiio,
by means of a runaway. A small boy
nun driving too team wiien tho neck
yoke caniu down, frightening tho
horses so that they ran away and
throw tho occupants out of tho wagon,
resulting In Mrs. Cummlngs' Injuries.
Juiiok Bkan Dkci.inhh. -Monday's
Oregoulan had an article brlnglngout
iitiKu jhniii in i ue supremo court for
congress, niler Justice Moan's at
tention Iwlug called to tho artlel.t In
the Oivgonlan, roferrlng to tho
probability of his nomination for
congros from the llrM district, ho
said: "While I nppivoliite tho friendly
interest taken In im, am not a can
dldate for that oilleo, ano could not
accept tho nomination, if toudoivd."
'rnci:is Patiknth. -Gwi. Dlmler, of
North Salem, was admitted to tho
Salem Hospital hist nlgbt. Thero aro
thivo iatlents there at prosut. Waul
lmtlents are charged $l a day and
private rooms cost from 2 to 3 a day
according to room accommodations,
thero Is a matron and two muses em
ployed, lmsldfts a Janitor.
H'NIIUAl. AT lNl)lll'HNl)HNOK.-Slin.
lay h largo numborof friends attended
tho funeral of IUmiIiiIi (illmoiv. Ilttlo
daiiKhter ,.f L. C.tJlh,,,. r l.ule
iwndence. who died earl. tvttunlav
Morning from the effects of burns re
celyed tho day boforolu a cti.il oil w.
A ttlolxy- InJiuvdatthoNimoUmo
Will SKMllKt well.
Belle Flestcr was fined $2.) and costs
upon a conviction of larceny and in
default she was sent to tho county
Jail to servo It out. Followl ng Is from
the Corvnllls Times:
Chief of Police Dllly, of Salem, ar
rived in town yesterday morning and
took away with him Mrs. Belle Fics
ter, a notorious woman, charged with
tho larceny of a cloak. Mrs. Flcster
was not a part of the population of
Corvnllls, but arrived here Sunday
morning in company with Mrs. Clark,
the woman who deserted her chlldron
In Corvnllls last summer, and both ap
plied for lodging nt a house on front
street. Tho Clnrk woman was not
admitted, but her faro was paid by the
woman of the house and she was sent
to Albany. Along with Mrs. Flcster
was her macqiic, who Is said to bo a
relative of the Flester who drowned
his wife lu a pool of water near
Grant's Pass last summer. Tho
woman was arrested by Chief Wells.
She denies tho larceny of the cloak
The New Hospital.
The hoard or control of the Salem
hospital met yesterday, all members
being present except Messrs. Hodgkln
and Bush. Two patients aro in charge
audeerythlng Is carefully attended
to by the siiiie'rlntcndent, Miss Bow
innn, The Iward received and ordered
acknowledged a letter from the
committee of Insurance men, It.' P,
Boise, Jr., N. J, Jtidah and C. 1).
Gabrlelson, presenting the complete
rurnisning or ono room, to bo known
as the underwriter's room. Tho com
mittee was authorized to make ar
rangements with Miss Savage of Stay-
ton, and .miss Evans, of Salem, to act
as nurses. The proportions of some
or tho fraternal orders or this city to
furnish rooms were considered, and
becrotary Greay instructed to confer
with them further. Several patients
aro expected mioii.
lUh! Uth! Baths!
Vi,o.0.J!?Malntlis, Mx baths
viiiiurcu'sim ircuttlnu. titular
Jmn or iige.15 cents. K' u,ulor
J. 0. Mius, prop,
Salem Republican Club.
About forty of Salem'K staunch Re
pupllcans leaders met at La Fore's hall
as per call published.
A motion prevailed that a commit
tee of live bo appointed to make out
usi ot lorty-ono names to lo voted for
as delegates at a meeting to Iw held
next Monday evening. President
Gatch named Dr. .1. N. Kmitii. r i.
Patteioii, 1). D. Matthews, George
P. Hughes and II. A. Johnson, Jr., as
such committee and they will meet nt
Squire Johnson's otlleo Monday fore
noon at 10 o'clock to foriutilato their
There was n general good feeling
and all expressions were to the effect
that a good ticket undiiuood nnnni.
wit Ion wore ossein Inl to success.
Tho New York Racket has a line
iiiio or lwys and youths suits, at low
prices; iiImi lino lot of all kinds of
Stnr f Star Ixxitsaud shoos or all sizes
and kinds. Call and gota Jmrgaln.
A Widow Pensioned.
WAHiiiNdTON, Jan. H.-Tho bill
HMiuiuiKii pension or ,r monthly to
tho widow of tho Into Brigadier-general
Coggsw ell pa.v,ed the senate today.
Highest Honors World's Fair
Medal, iMItlwiiitcr Pair.
tfA.t Tt.- . m .
i tcricci olaue,
4o Years tha Standard,
We glean from the Albany and
Eugene evening dallies tho follewing:
On last Friday the students went
up to Eugene to attend the fifth
annual conference or the college Y.
M. C. A or Oregon. The delegates
from tho different colleges spent the
remainder of the afternoon nfter they
arrived In looking over the university
buildings and finding their places of
entertainment. In the evening a
largo audience assembled lit Vlllard
hall to hear the opening exercises.
Pres. Chapman, of the State univer
sity, gave a very earnest address of
welcome, stating tho main object or
the Y. M. C. A. in a very clear man
ner. Its8peclal nim is to hold up
Christ ns our Savior of men. Prof.
Dunn, of Willamette, gave in response
a very pleasant and well worded eulogy
of the U. of O. his alma mater.
Tho address of welcome by Rev. W.
S. Gilbert on behalf of the churches
was earnest and entertaining. Prof.
Howland noted especially the signif
icance or the tact that the pastors or
Eugene realize so fully the good work
that tho Y. M. C. A. Is doing In the
colleges of Oregon.
Pro's. McClurc, of tho university Y.
M. C. A., gave a pointed address to
which Mr. Washburn, of Portland,
On Saturday morning the session
was opened with a "quiet hour" of
prayer for the conference. Some very
pointed questions were asked by Mr.
Mlchener bearing upon the work of
the christian student. An excellent
address was delivered by Mr. Brown,
of Salem, on tho "Equipment of the
College Association". He urged that
the association should have full con
trol of the athletics In the college. To
tills end he urged that the associa
tion lit up a gjmnnsluni where there
is none in tho college.
In the afternoon Prof. Howland
gavo a very Interesting talk on "Tho
Statistics of tho Colleges". It was
remarked that but a smnll portion of
t no members or our association are
engaged in any kind or systematic
Bible study. The duties or tho col
lege association president were
Mr. Dummett gave a very Interest
ing account or his visit to the summer
seiiool ntNorthliold. Aftcra thorough
discussion of the work, Mr. Mlchener
announced that such a school would
bo held In California this hummer for
the lxmcllt or the college men or tho
Pacific coast. This announcement
met with a hearty cheer from tho
In the evening Mr. Mlchener deliv
ered an interesting address on the Inter-collegiate
movement. There are
nuno ineiulx:rsof the college Y. M. C.
A. than or any other Inter-collegiate
During hist year, for the first time
in tho history or American colleges
more than hair tho men In our col
leges were Christians.
The men who are leading In all col
lego movements aro lanrelv member
or the Y. M. C. A.
After the sorvlco a collection for tho
work in tho Northwest was taken
amounting to nearly thirty dollars.
Prof. Howland submitted n black
board review or tho work for tho past
year. This review was a table or
statistics giving all kinds or Infor
mation concerning college Y. M. C. A.
work In OrcKon. The rennrt nfiim
eleven colleges which imv. ,e...i..
nous in tiicm shows that thero 1.0S0
young men In these colleges or which
s- "r professed Christians! 2t0ro
active niembcraof the Y. M. C. A.,tho
total membership being U5L There
nrc 413 new students among them and
members have been added this
. aigniy are engaged in Bible
study, o have beon converted through
v uui-uhiu iiiocouego v. M. C. A.
men and tho average attendance upon
kik-i ineeuns navo been 30
rnlrty-nlno committees are In the
field mid $121.50 have been raised by
f Mr. Mlchener urged upon the dole-
VwT , ""iKiriunco or prov ding
for t ho proper and Intelligent perusal
or their work, and announced that
he necessary funds had been raised to
- . training vciiool, on the same
Plan as the Xorthfleldconferonronext
cpring at -Cascade nonr e.... Vz?
ile,. !... .... ' -mm.
.vxv iii. ill n
Jas. A. Dummltt, secretary of the
At 9 o'clock tho convention assem
bled In the Bouth rforlor of tile dormi
tory to hear the subject of "Bible
Study for Personal Growth" discussed
by Mr. Mlchener.
At 11 o'clock the delegated attended
various churches of tho city to hear
special sermons prepared by the pas
tors for the Y. M. C. A.
The evening services opened at the
M. E. church at 7:30 o'clock, with
song nnd prayer service. At Its close
a collection was taken for the benefit
of the collgec Y. M. 0. A. of the
Pacific Northwest. About 30 was
As the work of the state college Y.
M. C. A. is yet in the hands of a com
mittee there were no officers to elect.
Tho time and place of tho hcxtannual
conference has not yet been decided
upon, but it will probably Iw held nt
rri -it- i ii iifiatniTrr. -..t-.
" Bekli.v, Jan. 14. Tho trial of R.
F. Knecbcs, the American horseman,
charged with fraudulently entering
the mnre Bethel In n race as Nellie
Knecbes, resulted today in a verdict
of guilty. Knecbes wns sentenced to
nine months Imprisonment and to pay
a line of 1,000 marks and three years
loss or civil rights. In addition to
this the marc was confiscated.
Before going to our new quarters, 2Ki
y t A l A. 1 J ' 1 -t . '
commercial street, we nave aeciaea to cle:
oui every uavi yau ui oijlvj&o cum an geu.'
turnishing goods, it prices win do so,
Therefore, on January 13 we will commoncc qui- ,...
sale, and will offer for one week any hat in the storrv ini..J
r n. i i .i i- t J e .. , "". wni
), a, atctson ana au omer popuidr uruuus ui ji cacn, Shoes an
iurmsning gooas in ic sunic jjiujjuhiuh,
Call early and while the assortment is complcte.j
Wi wl nlso rontiniie our removal sale of rlMr . i
.ZC. Al. fc -.11 L m.aV iinIlAAMn Il
unci" uiciii oil ay gj cm ituin-uuna.
5. M. & E. ri. STOCK
115 STATE STREET.
Savings Bank Fails.
junneai'ulis, jan. h. j ne Ainer- nr i tit -i ,
lean Savings and Loan Association ucauay iixviii
went Into tho hands of a receiver to
day. Major IV. D. Halo was named
Amusement for Everybody at
OPERA - HOUSE
Bucklon's Arnica Salve.
The bett Silve In the world foi Cuts,
hrulses Sores Ulcers. Sail Rheum, Fevtfi
Sores, Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblain
and all Skin I'ruptiom, and positively curr
Piles or no pay nqulrrd. It is L'uaianel .,
give erfect kattsfaction or money re undo
i rice 25 cents a uox
For kale b Fied A
Every night this week.
f ' Hi i -noA Yr
Or the Golden Giant.
Chase 2 Stock 3 CompanyJ
livn orgiiuiKuiiou oi recognized artists.)
Change of play nightly,
rices to suit the times! Prices to please the people! Prices at which all cannl
iuc zuc JOc
Itcsor'cd s -ats nt Patton's Bros.' lwokstoie without extra charge.
20 Ounces of Soapf
Canned Com, 10c? j
3 for 25c.
Tea, per pound,
12 12, 25c and 50c,
P, O, Grocery, HARRITT LAWRENCE
X 2C 2C X X
LOST.-jA $10 gold piece between the pj
finder In- litilnn ...Si, ir n it.n i . 'M
; . .... ,, n.M.nuiinnu. ijjt
P-O'NEWS STAND. . Headquarters for
leading daily newspapers ol die coast. S:l
acriptionjt.tenfor the Weekly Cubbr
I. . " . K ' CICB" anu conicctionery, R
Miller, Prop. , ,'4 ,. '
FOUND-A Yale lock key.
ollico for same
iw KAUb-Wanted to trade coodinjii'
-" fK'fi.iiv mau resiuence, coiiik i
, ...... ...uw ... j. journal oince. I ll.j
Chicago, Jan. i.j.-Wheat, cash 56jc;
may 59ji ,
New ork, Jan. I a Silver. 66VCe; ImcI
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Jan 14 Wheat, 1.05
Wool Orccon. choice, 7ioo; inferior, 7
Sc, valley, 9 uc
Hops Quotahle at 5(57c.
Potatoej 2$ to 40c tier sack.
Oau Milling. 6s72y..
. POIUI.ANU MARKF;r.
w 1?" v,;' Jan ' -..-Wheat valley, 56
Walla Walla, 55. "9
Flour-Portland. $2.60; Benton counly,
z.Co; Eraham $2 20: superfine. $2 per bhl.
Oau- hite. 2224cj grey, 202t;rolled
n bag, 54 2j5 25, barrel, 450 7.00:
Jo.d.. Valley, nc; Kastern Oregon, 79c.
Mllpiun Dran. $ii.Soia; shorts, Jii
13 chop feel, i2ais per ,on; rye ?sc pcr
fe 11 .,aVSee?' "'' 6o ,h 44cj under
60 b36c; sheep pelts. io7ou.
Hops. .Oregon, 4 to 7c, according to qual.
Woolen Mills Store,
WE DO NO r WANT-Roys or loar.r. k
men or ability. $300 to Jcoo n month u
hiisilers. State and penrr.il n-m. c.i..
and commission. Rucine Fire Engine Co
I'vUri r. 1 .l. 1 ' s
M r: wT"uSrj?,y cn1ul
. , ... W...HW, jo tuarion street.
Butter.. Oregon fancy creamery, 25(27:
ancy dairy, 222; fair to good, I5I7
common, 10c. JW '
l-herse. Oregon full cream, oVJOioc.
l8f?Sd2fi0n, ,S2Per tei&"'
. Iouliry..Chkkcns -i.cor7ti.ion' n., .i. .
ducks, $. oo4 50; geese, J6.oo7.0o; tur'
,' yJ;"c: orcsseti, io12q.
Beef. .Topsteers, 2'(h)2 3.5c per lh- fair
mutton.. Ilc.i beef, 2.oe2.2:
and,e;.3 0c3Voi light
wfl! s";t. "t:vr"u.? i er ,D
Wheat. 44c per bu., market firmer.
j6IIay .Baled, cheat, $4.ScS.ooj timothy,
Hour In wholewle lots, 350; retail
280: bran, hull- o . '...? i,' re,a"'
shorts. 1. oYm' "; ?;
1300. ""'' '""l' cea,
Hogs. .Dressed. 3;.
l.ive Cattle.. 1 ;&.,
Hops.. Bt. $5c.
CXIVlli nt ...1.1. 1
hvotikl bo coiuivmuivelv light.
1 iiv uuusnnn hnv
Dutter. tVst d'alry.
turlv. II ' '.-v-vj"" trnM.,
, ...w ,,., egg, ,2.j cem$ ca$Jl
Children Cry for
condtactctil pjtqjr'. Catorii.
The clothing busi
ness in Salem during
the past year has, in
a general way, had its
rough sailing, But the
Woolen Mills Store
has stood like Gibrak
ter and sold the most
4"4 1.4- 1 Til
ucm gooas, its
homemade and alk
wool goods, coupled
with square dealing,
nap s3.-n. xl. x 1
ness, and the intention
or the managers is to
put in a large stock the
coming season at
prices that will corresy
pond with small in
comes, and at the
same time the standi
a d of these oooular
goods will be fnllV
ItfA -A - 44.
ept up, and its many
friends and patrons
can rely in the future
On oretfino- 11
goods, the same as in
I?Af T-1 nriTi.
.... ij Ivni.nnHiv frmi MAi.i
V. "vJ we" ol ,neNortli Salem chi I
n. it. irayton. 1 ,0 gt
'? SLE 9R TRADEA new cottip
with all modern Improvements, heaiirj
plumb!nK. etc. A small payment ion,
" vii iiiuiiiiiiv mvmrnie rv itM i
..-. .1 I (--.tiv.uw, tlU IV I
f T VC., ,u ?V. renl wnen yol "n Ect a sou
hke this. Address "H B tliN ,.ffirf '
10 10 dtf
PUBLIC MfclfJ, I'OLlTClANS AND DU?
iness houses canobiainall newspiper infa
maiion from the press of th state, coast 1
AUi?,rfMmth?., ,'.re" Clipping Dureu
(Allen's) Union Block, PoriUnd. 1: jod
CARPET PAPER -Urge lot o, her,
brown wrappmg paper for sale cheap, lu
the thing for putting under carpets. Call U
.. c.o.-1-ortiand, Sacramento. Seattle,
Ucoma und San lanclsco papm on sl
.'liner s i-osioiticf block
INSURAN'ukl . ....:
London. New Zea anrl in.,.,, .- ...
ml JhCiEl2- L,ife and AccWent. In
md ',Is office In with the Globe Real,
ic omcc, up stairs in poit office buiU
Jn" t 2 ira
MC01UAAIUN OIL CUKE CO.. to
cancer and all mahenant dlseat. vv.
cancer, old ulcers, piles, rumor., fiiinli
iatic rheumatism.catarrh and minor diseist
c iiavc a combination oil which is irorLioe
"ox 169. Traveling Agent. Eugene. Or.
Dealer in groceries, oalnts. oik
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stoce of
brushes of all kinds in the
State. Artists' materials, lime.
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds,
H. F. R. SMITH &0),
(Successors to Smith & Schlndler.)
WATCHMAKER Avn ir,,.
Main. ,,., ::;"" jwik.
tHorseshoeing a specialty. Newiaoefc
lull set. iicn nn ,U KJt ,,.rL- rljCC
Job work a specialty. Rricet the lowest.
Condition powders, liniments, t"
Ing lotions and ointments, blisteilng oint
ments, purgative pills and colic medicines
ways on hand as ehtan a ehiftbfrt
W. C. MITCHELL.
Graduate of Ont. Vet. College, Toroe!
Office and Despensary at Red Front U&1
e'e, a,5 Commercial Sttet;.
nucf .-iem, uregon.