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Daily Capital Journal
BY MOfBR DROTHBRS,
MONDAY, MAY 4, 1890.
DAlLV LINE TO PORTLAND.
iAltona and Ramona;
Portland, 0'4S a. in. 9-o ".
Salem, 7145 a. m. "5 "
Independence, 6130 a. m. Oo a.m.
2LC , ,
Quick time, regular lervlce and cheap
.... rates ...
M. P. BALDWIN.
Iloii Looncy and sons of Jefferson
were In town today.
Elmo Davis of Morrison, Lincoln
county, Is in this city.
Senator A. Oesner went to Portland
tills morning on the local train.
Attorney Geo. W. Fulton, had a
caho before the supremo court today.
John Wassom, of Lebanon, Is in the
city to see Ills son, a life tenner at
Frank Sottlctiilor, manager of tlio
Woodburn nurseries, spent Sunday, in
Hon. Samuel Layman and dipt. J.
M. Pooritian of Woodburn wero In
Bob. Thompson rettirned to Port
land this morning after spentllngSun
day with his family.
Attorneys Hough and Manning of
Woodburn had business with tlio
courts at Salem today.
Walter Bascy, who has a position
In the Waterloo mills, came down yes
terday for a short visit.
Geo. W. Jones, Republican nomi
nee for county superintendent of
schools, is In the city.
Julius Kticf returned today from a
visit to his sous George and Albert
at Stiver, Polk county.
Judge and Mrs. Taylor of Fayette,
Iowa, loft today, after a short visit
with Prof. L. G. Cochran and family.
J. J. Iteed, the rushing salesman
of tlio Woolen Mill store, camo In
from Idaho yesterday forasliortvlBlt.
Attorney Geo. W. Fulton of Astoria
had a caso In tlio supremo court today
returning to Portland this afternoon.
Chas. Miller, the Populist leader
and prominent farmer of Jefferson,
went to Portland on the morning
J). J. Cooper, late farmer at tlio
penitentiary, loft today for Tlio Dal
les, where he will try to got some
thing to do.
Hov. Geo. Hurtling of Portland,
Presiding Eldor of tlio German M. I),
church, hold quarterly conforonco at
Senator Dawson, of Linn county, Is
In town. Ho says tho legislative
ticket In that county Is not commit
ted on tho scnatorslilp.
JelTGwinn went to Corvallls today
whoro ho takes charge of tlio steamer
iloag us engineer. Tho Hoag leaves
there at 7 a. m. tomorrow,
Hov. II. I. Hlttner, of Portland, re
turned from tho Albany contention
today with Hov. lUttnor, or Salem.
Hoth are returned to their charges for
Luke L. Lynn, one of Salem's
bright yonng news gatherers and
good young men who has a bright
future before him, has gone to Astoria
for a season.
Itallroad commissioners Macrum
and Eddy, with Clerk Baker, arrived
In tho city today to draw their
monthly salary. They return tomor-
Bcv. Daniel Staver.or Forest Grove,
returned today after tilling the Con
gregational pulpit last night. Ho
arrived at tho church for tho morning
service nt 10:45, thinking the services
began at 11 o'clock, but his congre
gation had dispersed. In tlio evening
Rev. Staver preached to a good house.
J. M. Wallace of tills city Is In re
ceipt of a letter from U. S. Senator
Geo. W. McBrlde In which he speaks
of Improving tho Willamette river
from Oregon City to Eugene, and
says ho has obtained from the com
mittee on Commerce of the senate of
which ho Is a member, an Incrcaso of
$20,000 over the house bill, making
$10,000 cash for the upper Willamette.
While still retaining tlio amount of
$.'100,000 over a period of years, the
work of Mr. Hermann in the house.
Surely Oregon fares well In Washing
Home Daker Wagon Smashed and the
About 11 o'clock this forenoon, tho
spotted pony team that draws the
Home bakcry wagon for Geo. Back,
ran away in tlio alley between the
old blind school and Salem soap works.
Tlio wagon was upset and thrown in
tho ditch while tlio boy driver, Miles
Ed wards, was thrown under tho vehicle
and dragged about ten rods on the
gravel. Ho was taken unconscious
Into tlio soap works while Dr. Byrd
was summoned to dress his injuries.
The team was not, but tho wagon
wis badly wrecked.
Examination of tho Injured young
an showed a sayero ointtnlon and
some internal injury to his left side
but nothing further.
Fretl A. Legg, druggist, on State
street, lias made a general assignment
for tho benelltof his creditors. Mr.
Legg Is an honorable and enterprising
young man, who has succumbed to
the stress of Jiard times through no
fault of ills, as ho Is industrious and
economical, and in other times would
sail along prosperous enough. Cashier
Claud Gatch, of the Ladd & Bush
bank, Is assignee.
Notice to Taxpayers.
Tho tax rolls of Marlon county,
Oregon, for tho year 180:5, will bo
closed on tho .'lOtli day of May. 1800.
All taxes not paid by said date will be
(lelliKiuont and costs added. Dated
May 1, 181)0.
ShorllT and tax collector or Marlon
county, Oregon. fi-4 4d lw
Some Personals and News of the Doings
of Oregon People.
Miss Edna Price went Saturday to
spend the day In Portland.
Mrs. II. A. Hlnklo, of Hubbard, is
visiting friends In tlio city.
Mrs. It. J. Hendricks, matron of the
state reform school, Is In the city to
Miss Rita Itakestraw is visiting her
parents at the Harrison Institute,
Miss Mary Altkcn returned from
her work at tho Drain Normal school,
for a visit at home.
The engagement is announced of
Hon. W. E. Burke nnd Miss Lucy
Rathbun, both of Portland.
Mrs. D. II. La Follett left today for
u visit at her old home In Grccncastle
Intl., and Western Pennsylvania.
Mrs. E. W. Elder, of Roscburg, who
has been a guest of Mrs. A. I. Wagner
at Hotel Willamette a few days, re
turned home today.
Muster Walter V.Combs, of Eugene,
who has visited three week's with his
aunt, Mrs. P. B. Klnsey, of this city,
returned to Eugene today.
Miss Justine Calmcl went to her
home in Gcrvals Saturday having
spent the six months attending tlio
Academy of the Sacred Heart in this
Mrs. Dolman of St. Helens, and Mrs.
Daniels of Vancouver, were arrivals
Saturday and-are vlsltingatthe homo
of B. F. Glltner on Chcuieketa and
Mrs. Belle cooper Rlwhart left to
day per steamer for Tlio Dalles, ae
compalncd by Miss Mildrecl Cooper.
Mrs. Itlnelinrt has property at The
Ull .1 J.L1'.-
1 dress goods
Bargains . . .
J-aney cheeks and mixtures
aimooi sergcs.atMn. wldo.
Llegant now linos or llnui
Ji?w clmlllOH to yd. and up
ft.1.0" 7o yd. and up
A )" too yd. and up
withies joe Jd, and in)
uiidpUr lUlCk'), vUlw 1,l8M!S' 8wlsscs
l?i, ?"?' - Uu"' '!'
I'rlco Cl tol" uml l'lllck8,
TAN lliyrroSf SHOliS.-For misses
and clilldroii.-Cr(RsetfH lino "hoes
for men.-Flno lino straw hat all
!S. y Uest BWX,Hi low"b"
Willis Bros. L Co,
Somk Goon Hoas.-W. A. White,
of Whitiiker, today brought in a load
of hogs ror tho McCrow & Steusloff
market. Ono of tho number weighed
42T. pounds and was 18 months old,
which Is a good hog ror Oregon. Mr.
White has about 40 head that will
como near the wmio mark bororo sold.
ArrAcmni.-Tho cigar and tobacco
stand or A. Ollnger, on Commercial
stieet, was attached by a warrant In
tho hands or Marshal Dllloy for $188,
on a claim or tlio Kosenfeldt Smith
to. or Port hind. H. A. Comoyer is In
Daily Boat.-TIio O. O. & E. Co.
arc running n dally boat sorvlco be
tween Corvallls and Portland. Tho
steamers Albany and Hoag mako
dally trips, leaving lor Portland at 11
a. 111., ami ror Corvallls and way
points at 3 p. in. tf
Anotiikk Convict. -Sherlll Hyatt
ami guard, or Josephlno county today
brought James Wilson to tho peni
tentiary to servo two years tor as
sualt with Intent to commit rape.
Tin: WKATJIK11.-TI10 signal service
reports continued rains ror Monrfnv
Uev. E.P. Hill, or Portland, is one
or tlio best orators in the Pacific
northwest. Ills stcrcoptlcan lecture
entitled "Cycling Through England
With a Kodak," Is said to be one or
his best efforts in tho lecture line.
This lecture is to bo given for the
benefit or the local Y. M. C. A. at the
Presbyterian church, Wednesday even
ing. Admission 2." cents, children 15
MUSIC AT ASYLUM.
Yesterday artcrnoon at the custo
mary hour ror religious services at
the asylum ror the Insane, Pror. It. A.
Heritage, with his well trained choir
from tlio Methodist church rendered
somo excellent music for the boucllt
ot tho patients, and It was highly
appreciated by the olllcers and em
ployes as well. ProL Winkler played
tho accomponlmcnts. Theso gentle
men are giving Salem a high grade or
Tho members and friends or tho
Sovcntccnth Evangelical hayo sent
out Invitations to a farewell supper to
bo tendered their pastor, Bcv. I. B.
Fisher, Wednesday evening at tho
residence or C. F. Royal on Twenty
first street. Mr. Fisher does not ex
pect to remain with the Salem church
nny longer, having served hlsrourth
year. The coherence appointment
However has not boon made as yet,
hcncoltls not known whoro ho will
Notices of Meetings and Other Campaign
Mr. Frank Davey speaks on Friday
at Maclcay in Joint debate with L. H.
McMnhon on the rercrendum.
Wednesday the Republicans havo a
basket picnic at Aumsyllle, wltli Ton
gue, Moores und Carson as advertised
Tlma If rpnnr...n Tnniillliion nn r-
didatc for congress In the first dis
trict, speaks at Reed's Jopera house
Salem, Tuesday evening this week.
Mr. Tongue is an able and eloquent
exponent or protection.
A meeting of the Salem Republican
club Is hereby called for Tuesday even
ing, MnyG, at the club rooms nt 7:30,
for the purpose of meeting Hon. Tlios.
II. Tongue who, that evening, Is to
address the people of Salem. By or
der of Claud Gatch, president, Geo. F.
A Republican club meeting was
held at Sublimity Saturday, a large
number of tho young voting class as
sembling nt the school house to hear
an eloquent address by Frank Davey,
secretary of the county Republican
control committee, and John A Car
son, Republican candidate for prose
cuting attorney. Tho meeting was
an enthusiastic one.
OUR FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Meeting of the Committee on Fire and
The committee on firo and water
met In special session Saturday even
J. M. Wallace, president, Chas. A.
Park, attorney, A. L. Brown, superin
tendent of the Salem Water Co., Mr.
Long, of Portland, a chemical engine
man, and Fire Chief Ilutton were
The whole question of Improved fire
ilhtlmr facilities was cone over. Tho
records of the Water company wero
shown for several years. It was shown
that prior to Mr. Wallace's manage
ment the pressure averaged about 40
pounds, and was so irregular that you
could not tell much about it. Tho
records show that the pressure the
past two years has been steadily from
75 to 80 pounds to the square inch.
The committee took the matter under
advisement and will probably report
to the council. The worthless char
acter of the old Perkins' hydrants wns
disclosed In tlio discussion. Every
effort to blow out tho Perkins
hydrants was shown to have proven
more or less disastrous. They will, If
used, all have to be supplied with
gates between the hydrants and tho
Hats. Caps and Bonnets. !
We have just received a very large iW t .1
and will offer the same at bedxfoil? Ulc
your babies and fit
from 10c up.
257 Commercial street
ovenlng and Tuesday.
..., "wckhn'a Arnica 8Mvo
I lie best Salve In the world for Cuts.
riM,.i J?0"1 J?lw. Kheiim. Fever
Hmuii3tiMeiCh,.n,ei1 hanJ'- Chilblains.
I rulie, Skin Lruptlons. and positively cures
lie. or no pay squired. It U guaranteed to
Uve r fee satisfaction or money refunded
nice a? centi a W iy..l v.. ., r
Lee,.. " w "I """
Patton Bros., who havo been very
successful lately in presenting somo
lino attractions at Reed's opera house
havo leased that property and will
hereafter glvo Salem tho benefit of
the best entertntiitnents that tlio
coast affords. They havo secured the
services of Thos. Horgan for stago
manager. Ho has had extended ex
perience In tho east the past few vears.
and with competent assistants will bo
able to glvo tho best of service In that
line. Many improvements will ho
made, and the now management hope
to get tho Reed placed 011 the north
west circuit of entertainments, and
thus havo regular attractions of a
The committee of the Marlon
county Populists met nt the city
council chamber Saturday, being
called to order by chairman K. L.
Hibbard. Among those present were
John P. Robertson, F. J. Beatty, Bees
Leabo, the secretary and candidate
for county clerk, John M. Payne, L.
II. McMnhon, I. M. Wagner, candi
date for county iudge, nnd numerous
others of tho candidates. It is under
stood that tho candidates will bo ar
ranged in squads and sent over the
county separately following up the
Republicans as they move about from
placo to place after the 10th Inst.
JKFransoN, May 1, 189(1.
Hon. E. Iloror, Salem, Oregon.
Dear Sir: The undersigned would
respectfully cxtond you a request to
speak at Jefferson at your earliest
convenience, on the Issues of the day,
especially legislative reforms and the
money question. Let us know when
you can come,and oblige. Ben Looncy,
J. Jl. Holnnd, J. C. Slcgmund, T. B.
Suckett, F. II. Caldwell, A. B. Hudcl
son, Grant Holt, B. F. Blackwcll, J.
L. Goln, Win. Hale, F. Parrlsh, A. C.
Libby, Thos. A. Cooper.
Mr. Ben Looney and Other:
Gentlcmkn: The above lnvltntlon
Is accepted. I wish that it might bo
nindo a people's mass meeting, with
free discussion and perfect liberty for
any taxpayer to ask questions about
our county and stato government, and
hayo them answered to tlio best of my
nullity, l do not protend to know all
about tho money question, but shall
bo glad to discuss tho subject with
oiuer citizens. The date set for tlio
meeting at Jefferson, Saturday eve
ning, May 0, suits me, nnd ladles and
gentlemen of all parties nre Invited to
nttend. Very respectfully,
tsikK sW s S S&
JBflPLE : : SYRUP !
The best, pure Maple Syrup ever
brought to Salem. Could get only
ten gallons, but it is extra choice,
Everybody invited to taste ibXCXC
y ,4.-Wheat. "fv ,..
ork, Mv a cm... ....
330. "" ""'"iWc;!
Portland, May 4.Wh?.V I ,J
61; Walla WallafsW. he" -nlle. fa
riour rort and. ti .
P. O Grocery
"Visa per ton.
WOcOl.. Valley, .oe; E,era (
Poultry-Chickens, mid 3gft
era, 2.5o4.oo; ducki, 5$
turkeys, llvo, 15c; dressed, iil "-1
Hides.. green, salted 60 l,,. w,
60 44Mc; heep pelts, ioqJJ' "
-,... ,.,.,;, ,0 3Ci aCcot(lljjtolsi
It was shown that Astoria with
about half the population of Salem
havo 05 hydrants to Salem's CO
hydrants. -It was disclosed by the
committee that the city paid so much
a month ($1.83) for hydrants, but used
no watcr,when Mr. Wallace suggested
that the cxpenso of a wnter company
was In keeping up a constant nnd re
liable pressure ready for service at
any moment. At Astoria they pay
about $0 a month for a hydrant and
most cities on the coast pay from $3 to
$0 a month.
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
tfZLSL.'? ' J- " Mb.
' :,,7, ' -iwiimm, me grocer. It d1wr th
cup queues cycr known, No srch coffee ever
km, and no extra cost to consumers.
Our Teas arc all new stoclc , i
uncolored Japan, Young Hywa S r 8t and
etables, Everything in XS
SONNEMflNN'S GROCERY, 124 SialJ
A NOUTII 8ALKM KVKNT.
Wednesday evening of last week tho
pleasant homo of Hon. and Mrs. Win.
M. Kaiser in North Salem was tho
scene of a most delightful social
gathering, at which a lanro niiinimr
of their friends and nni,.iii-o
assembled by Invitation and enjoyed
themselves in u thoroughly agrceablo
manner. Tho largo rooms on t.im
ground Moor were arraneed fnni.mn.
lug purposes, and to tho pleasing
tuuslo furnished by tho Petzel string
band a merry crowd kentiinn livnu-
and harmonlmitrp.'ii i.hin .i..
(, . ., - .... ....vM iiu winy
hour of tho following morning. Up-
owire mo spacious parlors wero
thrown open for tlio various pleasures
of card ploying, games and social con-
wrse, will! Wlilch tho older
Salem Grange Resolutions.
Judge 11. r. Ilolce, J. P. Stump, I.
N. Wagner, T. L. Davidson nnd F. It.
Smith, comprising tho resolution
committee of tlio Salem grange, pre
sented the following resolutions, wlilcn
were adopted by tho grang in session
"Interest on all obligations for pay
ment of money executed in tills stntn
should not exceed 0 per cent per
annum, as that Is as high n rate as tho
producer can pay.
"Tho salaries or all stato olllcers
named in tlio constitution should bo
restricted to tho amount therein
named, without any perquisites or
other additional compensation
through boards or commissioners or
"All perquisites paid tlio secretary
or stato and stato treasurer should be
paid into tho stato treasury."
Tho resolutions favor llxlng tho
annual salaries of Marlon county
olllcers ns follews:
Judgo, 81200; clerk, $1200; sheriff,
31200; recordor, $1000; treasurer. $900:
assessor, $1000; school superintendent,
J-iio payment of salaries instead of
fees to Justices of the peace, constables
and all others executive oflicers Is also
recommended by tho resolutions. All
of tho graugo in tho county will bo
asked to pass upon tho resolutions.
A IIOSIJ STATION.
The property owners of East Salem,
tho portion known as Piety Hill, arc
circulating a petition, which will bo
presented to tho council at the next
session, asking to have a hose station
established in that part of tho city.
The city has the necessary lioso and
cart, and tho only expenso it would bo
to would bo a smnll house necessary to
protect tho apparatus from the)
weather. This would not cost over
$23,or possibly a placo could bo secured
for a very smnll rental.
If the prayer of these petitioners Is
granted, a local volunteer company
will bo organized, and excellent ser
vice can bo relied upon. E. C. Cross,
II. Pohle, tho Gray brothers and other
experienced firemen In that ncighbor-
noou volunteer their services, and if
tho opportunity is given them they
propose to hold legulnr lire drills and
caro for tho apparatus in such a man
ner as to give eillclent service In caso
of lire. With tho present irood wntor
pressure and hydrant service this
would certainly bo a valuable acoulsi-
tlon to tho Salem firo department, nnd
would afford a protection deserved by
a section of tho city containing many
vnluablo residences. It is sucirested
to conilno tho boundaries of such firo
district to tlio city limits on the
north nnd east, tho mill raco on the
south and Summer btreet on tho west.
This is a good move in tlio right di
rection, nnd tho city council would do
well to consider tho matter from a
liberal point of view.
uiTho steamers Hoag nnd Albany now
imikTw?illy itr,1,s bctwee Corvallls
and Portland. ' tf
A Symphony. Tho campus of WU-
uin.nu university now presouts
made tlmomssswlftlvnn.i w.7 T.". V" "" P?ny of colors,
At a soaso.ij.hi,, i,,. .V. ::":. iV"m ul)0 background of
... ".im.iiuii crenii. m mi
uioios were spread and the plenteous
hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Kaiser
"!. mora nuiy illustrated, The
whole evenlntr was rnnmLt ...m.
tho guests retired with
feelings and Renulno satisfaction and
Kvuumu Nitisracuon and grateful
Kreon. Millions of llttlo buttercups
in tlio unimnnftlirpri irWv r i,
. , ,.. o.v.j u mu
,.uiwi ui pcriecuon, are blooming on
J tho gently swelling bosom of tho ten
derest emorald green, the color or
eternity. These colors nro the colors
that Oregon wears nearly ovory month
In tho year.
Nkw CmzKN.-Josopli Zlellnskl, n
sultafc a native or Prussia, was today made
Sglil8JoluS&Sn,. m,dfrocks J J American citizen by taking out
his final papers.
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
In the Various Departments
Tho last will and testament or
George Scttlenilor, who left property
to tho amount of $1000, was ndmitted
to probate today, J. M. Poormnn and
Samuel Layman, witnesses. Tho heirs
nnd his next of kin nro his widow, tlio
three children of Sophia Schenck,
Alex Settlemler, Summervlllo, Or.;
! W. F. Settlemler, Arlington; Jorry Jl.
Settlemler, Marion county; Nellio
Wright, Marlon county; D. 0. Settle
mler, Lltchllold, 111.; Jano Shore, Los
Angeles: Adam Settlemler, Albany;
Mary A. Allen, Portlnnd; II. "W. Set
tlemler, Tnngent; J. II. Settlemler,
Woodburn; W. It. Settlomlor, Wood
burn; George M. Settlemler, Portland.
Samuel Layman, J. M. Poormnn, J.
E. Allison, appraisers. There Is $2500
of tho estate to be Invested for life.
Tlio remainder is divided among tlio
heirs. Win. It. Settlemler Is made
The L. B. Cavanaugh estate was
settled today before Judge Hubbard,
who lias just returned from his trip
to Southern Oregon. Administrator
was directed to lllo a supplemental
final account in accordance with law.
In John A. Nois estate, John II.
MoXary, administrator, flies final
account showing disbursements and
that ho deposited $130.10 in tlio Wll
lams & England bank where It still
remains. Nols Is the .vouncr man who
fell into a well at Jefferson.
EDQAIl VS. GOLDEN.
In the caso of David W. Edgar vs.
T. L. Golden, to forecloso a mortgage,
which was heard at the March term
or tho circuit court, Judge Hewitt
"as rendered a decision. Ho ordered
a decision. He ordored that tho
mortgaged promises, known as tlio
south one-half of the Moses Edgar d.
I.e., bo sold and the money arising
from the sale bo applied first to the
payment of the costs and disburse
ments or tho suit, to tho payment or
$2,443.00 nnd accruing Interest at 8
per cent and tho 9um or $200 to plain
tiff, and that tho overplus. If anv. bo
paid to defendant and that defendant
and all others under him subsequent
to tno execution of the mortgage,
June 10. 1893. bo barred nnrl fmwlooprf
from all equity and redemption; also
that plaintiff should recover Judgment
for the above sura and disbursements.
Campaign subscriptions are rolling
into The Journal offlco overv dnv
aim every Hour.
The Weekly is going to nearly
every taxpayer in the county and will
until after election.
The One CentJDailyIs tho only
one outspoken people's paper-antl-rlng
and antl-machlne In tho state.
it goes like hot cakes.
Advertisers Who nm Acinnmlilnn
and cannot afford to give ads. to all
kinds of publications can reach pract
ically all the people who trade at Sa
lem in our Daily and Weekly.
...v,ulCKU, ianCy creamer nfl..
fancy dairy 25; fclrto fieoi,,5sP
common,;t52oc. M '
Cheese .Oregon full creim, uflny
EEes..Orei?on. lie tut .W '"
Mutton. .Ewes, 2.75; dressed .iVar,
Hogs.. Choice, heavy, iHfluo-H
Veal. .Small, choice, 44C; Iirp, fo
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
San Francisco, May 4.-WW Ix
Wool. Oregon, choice, gioo; isb,.
jc, valley, oioc. '
Hops Quotable at 23c,
Potatoes 3c per sack.
Oats Milling, 7S8a.
Wheat, ,50c per bu., market lira.
Hay.. Baled, cheat. S-ooS.jo; hank,
Flour.. In wholesale lots, xm; mi,
3.20; bran, bulk 11.00; sacked, 11
shorts, i2.oo13.ooj chop feed, uori
Poultry.. Chickens, (57cj ducks, jets
eese, 4.5o5.ooj turkeys, 7c.
Hogs.. Dressed, 3J.
Uve Cattle.. 22.
Sheep.. Live, 2.5o3.
Wool. .Debt, 12MC
Butter.. Best dairy, toe; fincy ertiaq
Uieose . 14c.
Farm Smoked Meats - Bwca ?ci
90; shoulders, 5cJ
Potatoes.. 15c per bu.
Do Not Do This.
Do not be induced to buy ny otier if f
have mnde up your mind to tile H11
saparilla. Kemembw that Hood's SusJfu
ilia cures when nil others fall. Do.notr
up in despair because other medicita l
failed to help you. Take Hood's Simp
ilia faithfully and youmayreiwaiblejo
to be cured.
Hood's Pills are purely vceetible, catty
prepared from the best ingredients. 5C-
PniMAitv PoLrrics.-Tbe new bo
on tho reformation of the America
nrimnrv svsteni. Is now On
Dearborn's book store.
First of ihtScvoa
Reed's Opera Hou
Thomas H Too
Republican eanaiaaw "lw.
In this district, will be tg &,
the ovenlng. There will Ufferf
of music Let Sa &?
congressman a royal wekM