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Daily Capital Journal
Y HOFBR BROTHBRS.
HATUIIDAY, JIWE ft, 181MJ.
,, WEATHER FORECA8T.
Tonight, fair; Sunday, warmer.
Sec our line of
Straw Hats, ,
to $2 each.
J, J, Dalrymple Co,
Dr. fyyley, health olllecr at New
port Is In the city.
Prof. McKlroy, of Eiikuiiu, catnn
down tlila inoniliiK-
Secretary Kincnld wont to Kimono
today to iincml Souri.-iy.
Attorney Genunil C. M. Iilluuiiin
returned to Portland today.
Tlit! hjm'cIiiI car or HhkckritniiQ aspir
ant left fur J'orllaud Mil afternoon.
0. I). Glover went to Albany today,
and leaven for llwaco next week
where ho la living.
Mrs. Anna Fltt went to Turner to
day to vlHlt her Bluter, Mrs. Phillip
McKay font week.
George Flalier returned to Eugene
this morning having accoiupaued
some cattle to Salem.
Jim Woodruff returned on the do
layed overland this morning from a
htiBtnc4 trip to Kotcuurg.
It. M. Caldwell, of Lebanon, and
MIh4 UardlnR paRscd through Salem
today en route for Lebanon.
Wm, Dunn, who has been acting an
R. P. agent at, Medford for Hoveral
mouths, returned to Salem this morn
ing. Charllollodgkln, who It) employed
In an architects ntllco at Portland,
ciiiuo up last evening for a short vhot
Gov. Lonl, 11. J. Fleming. Treasurer
MetHchan, Frank L. Hodgkln, and
Prof. E. Jl. M'oEli-oy went to Port
William Illddle, John Poiubertoii
and daughter Flora, of MariOialltotvn
Iowa, arrived at Salem today Mr.
I'emberton him a brother, who Uvea
at llosodiilo, Mm. Pemberlou Iiiih
Ik'oii In Salem three months.
Indian War Vetetans,
llennett Camp, No. 6, Indian War
A'cterotiH, today held their annuiil
ineellng and elected onlccra for tho
year. H hut u good atteidance, and
following (iillcpnt were elected: T. II.
Walt, captain; Frank Smith, first
lieutenant; lieu McKce, second lieu
tenant; ChaH. Calvert, ordorly Hor
KLMtit; Felix Gregolte, commissary
Hergcant: E. II. Piper, color Iwarcr;
"Win, Towiisend, muHlclau; Win.
A aldo, captain of the gtiurd; Captain
UonJIayilonuiullI.il. Plot-sou dele
gates to the grand encampment.
tSBBSBU JJ-LXUJUXjai-UJ-UJ., J II u IB
Next Monday and Tuesday,
Extra llboral Induccmont.s to every
purchaser of a shirt waist worth 75c
or more on these two days.
mills Bros, & Co.
Court and Liberty.
The Cash Dry Goods, Clothing and
TAN SHOES-Ncw styles,
new toes, extra fine values for
Competition Is the Life of Trade
And our trade is a live one. We not only meet
all price, but invariably lead. We not only lead
m price but service and quality of stock as
wdfc Our customers arc never disappointed,
(ItNfpetataL Se u for canned or dried fruits,
m vrta e luxurkt tlw season,
AJ30UT FIELD DAV.
Ptotesta Ate Considered -Championship
The Intercollegiate Athletic As
sociation met In annual session at
Willamette Unlvorslly at .1 oVlook
Friday afternoon. In the abcncc of
President Forrest, of Portland, I. H.
VanWinklc presided at the meeting.
C. W. Keen, of Eugene, acted as secre
The Monmouth team entries were
accepted under suspension of rules.
They failed to enter at the proper
time. The order of. the events us
propsedby Willamette was adopted.
Soino man, of "Willamette, who was
also late In entering the mile walk was
also admitted. After transacting
some routine business, the association
Tho exectivo commltte of tho Inter
collegiate Athletic Association con
vened at tho Wl amette Hotel at 8
o'clock last evening. The commlttco
consists of one delegate from each
of the the colleges, The charges that
had been filed against Uyarss, Scott
and Habcock of Willamette with
regard to qualifications for entering
the contest, were disproved and these
gentleman will do honor to Willamette
at the fair grounds this afternoon.
Hurnctt, of Corvallls and Hoscburg,
of Eugene, were also admitted, the
protoits against them also having
been disproved. The coin mltteo ulso
decided to have the Championship cup
for 1890 awarded the winning team
at the jpera house thlscvenlng. This
will prove nnonjuyablo number to tho
already excellent program that has
been prepared for tho occasslon.
Lute last night the State Uutvcrslty
at Eiigcne.llled a protest wltfi the ex
ecutive commltte whereby .they
wished to debar Sounemann, of 'Wil
lamette, from participating in tho
mile walk. In order that tho protest
might bo considered, the commlttco
adjourned to meet at tho same place
at 11 o'clock this forenoon. At that
time Mr. Soiiueman was present with
his proper credentials and tho only
thing the committee could do was to
allow Mr. Souneman a place In tho
With a geiitlo south breco and the
licavuns covered with llirht. Ilcccv
clouds, the temperature was all that
could be desired for state field day.
The severe rain storm Friday morn
ing bonollltcri ratlicr than injured too
track, which was certainly In fine
Early this morning an unusual stir
on tho streets Indicating something
unusual about to happen, two ex
cursions wero run rrom upppor river
points by the steamers Jtut.h and
cursluns wero run from upppor river
points by tlie steamers mini ami
Hong each of whom brought down
about 200 excursionists. Tho Gray
Eairlccamuun from Newborn with
a largo delegation, from tho Paclllo
Tho grand stand was well tilled.
There was a good delegation from tho
O. A. 0. at Corvallls and tho yellow
ribbon was quite prominent among
too immouso crowd.
Eugene lemon rlbou was also largely
represented whllo our own cardinal
and old gold was much more promi
nent than any other.
Shortly after 1:30 tho Corvallls
cadets and Company I. O. N. G. of
Salem marched unon tuo track and
tho rovlow lasting about ono hour was
given, but tuo decision was not given
In t lino for this Issue.
Suit for Furniture.
Tho suit of D. W. Llchtaiithaler,
guardian of Mrs. Graco G. L'ioico and
Joslo L. Parrlsh, children and heirs of
Jennie L. l'arrlsh, deceased, vs. Mrs,
Mattlo A. Parrlsh, executrix of J. L.
Parrlsh, deceased, Is holng tried be
fore County Judgo Hubbard today.
Tho suit Is to get possession of
some olllco fumlturo belonging, as til
leged, to thoJuuuloL. Parrlsh estate,
valued nl about $160. Tho attorneys
are Carson and Flemmliig for Mrs. J.
L, Parrlsh and 11. J. Ulggor for
guardian. About ten witnesses wero
examined, Including Mrs. Jones, of
IlKDUOKI) HATH8. llCglnulllg JllllO
0, the Southern Paclllo Co., will sell
round trip tlckeUou tho Salem local
from Salem to Portland and return
for M' t IckoU good for 48 hours.
Tho People's Party county central
committee Is called to meet In the
council chamt)cr in Salem, Saturday,
the lath or June, 1WHI.
K. L. llnuiAiti),
Vory few have ovor heard "Pina
fore." Como next Monday evening.
At tho opera house.
I CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW
Services at 10:30 u. in. and 8 p. in.
Children's meeting at 11:45. Unity
Umlaut uh.. itev. v. r ujijujuuu,
pastor. Subject of morning sermon
r'What Is Man," In which a correct
definition or unman nature win oc
1 attempted. Subject of evening lect
ure "The Eternal Hattlo Resulting In
a Survival or the Fittest." Miss Al
dcrsoii will sing at the morning ser
! vlccnud Mlsi Davenport ut the even
ing. KlllBT HAITlBT.
Itev. J. P. I'nrmea. pastor. Morn
ing services at 10:30. Subject, "Voices
From the Cyclonic Disturbances and
Disasters Around us." .Sunday school
at 12 o'clock. Y. P. S. C. E. at 7 p.
m. Evening services at 8 o'clock.
Topic, "The Miracles of Christ In
Contrast with the Proclaimed Miracles
of the Present Day Pretenders."
Special music by the choir and orches
tra. All aro cordially Inylted.
Preaching by the pastor, at 10:30 a.
in. Subject, "Our Father's Will. At
8 p. in. there will bo u sacred concert
of song. The program will Include
scvcralcholco anthems, by the choir,
under Mm illrerMnn of Prof. Allen: a
duct by Messrs. Kundret and Allen,
and a solo y l'ror. Alien, ocsiucs
other excellent selections. Sunday
school at 'l in. Junior Endeavor at 3
p. in. Y. P. S. C. E. at 7 p. in.
Corner Center and High streets. II.
A. Denton pastor. Morning sermon
at 10;30. Theme: "The First Gentllo
Connvcrt." Sunday school at 12 m.
Junior Endeavor at 3: 30 p. m. Y. 1.
S. C. E. at 7 o'clock. Evening sermon
at 8 o'clock. Theme; Thoughts for
At 10:30 a. m., subject, "Salvation
Finished," at 8 p. in. subject. "Is Llfo
won u Liivmtr." a nucsiion ior naru
times. Snnday school 12 noon. Junior
C. E. at 4:10; Senior C. E. at (l;45
prayer meeting Thursday evening at
8 o'clock. Good music. Welcome.
I.K8I.IK m. i:.
Tho third rtuurtcrly meeting will bo
held on Sunday; quarterly conference
at 8 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. in. Itev.
John Parsons followed by the admin
istration or tlie sacrament.
v. m. c. A.
llcv. J. Ilowcrsox will address tho
nicetltig at tho Y. M. C. A. Sunday
afternoon at four o'clock. Mr. G. G.
Allen will slug. All men arc cordially
Invited to attend.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by Rev.
Theo. Wartmanu of Portland. J.
u. n. CIIUIICII.
Preaching at 11 a. in.; also at 8 p.m.
Sabbath kcIiooI at 10 a. m. and . P.
C. E. al 7 In the evening.
Regular services at 10;30 and 8
o'clock. Sunday school and Christian
Endeavor society at usual hours.
Preaching al 10:30 and 8 tomorrow.
Sunday school at 12. K. L. of C. E.
at 0:45 p in.
Preaching at 2:30 tomorrow by He v.
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
at their hall corner Liberty and Court
Tho man who cats because ho Is
miliary Is. thus far. on a level with
tho brutes. The man who stops eat-
iiwuio moment ins nunucr sanueasct
Is tho wise man Nature needs no
more food than sho calls for. Contlu
ued excess brings about Indigestion or
uyspopsia, witu loss or llcsu, strength,
sleep, ambition and mental power;
and an accumulation of aches, pains
and many (humorous local maladies.
The stomach now can do nothing
alone. Wo must appeal to some artl-
iiciany digested ioou which can also
digest other foods. That Is to say, wo
must use tho Shaker Digestive Cor
dial Tho effect is prompt and cheer?
lug, Tho chronic pain and distress
ceases. Apirctlto presently revives.
Flesh and vigor gradually como back,
and tho suifercr recovers. Hut ho
must bo careful In ruture. A trial
bottle for 10 cents.
Laxol Is tho best mcdlcluo for chil
dren. Doctors rcccommond It In place
of Castorla Oil.
Direct From New Yoik.
Tho Now York Hacket store has
this day received a largo lino of all
kinds or goods direct from New York,
which they aro marking at their
usual close profits. In tho first place
wo got goods at closer prices for cash,
mid then on that close prlco, we place
a lower rato or prollt than usual be
cause we can afford to as wo sell for
cash only, and are not compelled to
add additional percentage for losses.
Call and see us, wo sell tho "Star 5
Star" shoes, also a Hue lino of cloth
ing, underwear, shlrta, hosiery and a
wiuuemiui uiimr tilings, an useiuil.
K. T, HAUNKS.
TIlOSA I'dllur nnt. ulimil.l ..oil .-... ..
address tlm 1'nlmi lMnliln fMv im..l-..
oftlco. 13.1 Third Street, Portland, for
mien in mu luiiimiiig meetings:
Homihllcuil Xntlmml ivui vnnl.
St. Louis, Mo., Juno 10th.
DemooraUo National Convention,
Chicago, 111.. July 7lh.
i-eoiios rany convention and
American Silver Convention, St. Lou
Is, Mo., July 22nd.
National Convention Yountr Poo.
ple.s Society ot Christian Endeavor
Washington 1). C. July 7th to I3th.
National Muctlonal Association
nieotlng, HutTulo, N. Y.Jul-3rd to
Encampment Grand Army or the
HenubllQ, St. Paul, Mlnu., September
,., H, W.Haxteh
"Sir Goneial Agent.
Children Cry for
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
List of the Cases to Be Heard ot the
TIip .Tiinn termor the Marlon county
circuit court will be convened at Sa-
imn nnxt Monday. Judce Hurncto oc
cunviiiL' the bench. The bar docket
was made up by County Clerk Elilen
and placedln tho hands or the printer.
It Is as follews:
' M. M. Ellis vs. F. J. Ford; action
ror money. , . ...
Hcnncss Uros. vs. Allen & bmltli
and Scarlo & Dcane: action for money.
Sncll Jlcltschu k Woodward vs,
11. W. CfiY? nn.t.lnn fur mnncV.
J. C. Goodalo vs. L. M. Ilcnscl; ac
tion for money.
Walter A. Wood Harvester Co. vs
T. J Chandler; action for money.
a. m. Kmit.ii nmi II. T. Coleman vs,
A. T. and F.N. Gilbert; action for
money. . ,
J. N.Skairc, administrator of the
D. M. Kccnc, deceased, vs. F. J. Mc
State of Oregon vs. Charles Nelson;
selling liquor without a license.
John Slough vs. Ivcr Larson; action
Chas. liccko vs. Geo. II. Saubcrt;
action for money.
Sllverton and Portland Land, Loan
& Investment Co., vs. J. a. uuiu
mend: action for moncv.
John F. Miller vs. Mary J. Crayton;
action ror money.
Henry J. Slvers vs. Samuel B.
nrown; action for money.
Chas. Scott, ns the Woodbum Mill
ing Co., vs. J. "W. Sinclair & Son; ac
tion for monev.
C. W. Hollls vs. 1). N. Hlchardson;
action for money.
C. J. Whltakcr vs. I). N. Itlchaid
tmn nnl Inn fri iiinn.i
nuu. .iiViuii iui lliuiiuj.
wm. .i. iieiicrman, et ai., vs. jonn
Knhrht: action for damages and
wromrf ul conversion.
Sam H. Hrown vs. Southern Pacific
Co.: action fordamaecs,
J. Itcynolds vs. John Patterhou, ct
..1 . nn. I... t9 intinnii
UlMUIUIUil lUt KlllllUJ.
E. Wirt vs. Oregon Wholesale Nur
sery Co., et al.; action for money.
Stato of Oregon vs. Edward Weaver;
ouerlng for sale a fictitious lottery
State of Oregon vs. John Hal ley;
J. W. Wolfard & Co. vs. II. Wolf, et
al.; action for money.
Sarah T. Learned vs. John Knight;
O. E. Ivrausse.ct al.r vs. J. C. Coffee;
action ror money.
William Fabcr vs. E. M. Flclsch
man: action for money.
Morso Si Hlchardson vs. H. F. Sny
der, ct nl.; action for money.
AV. C. Noon Hag Co. vs. Gcrvals
Mllllnu Co.: action for money,
Ida M.Loughmlllcr vs.W. E. Lough-
miner; action ror recovery or personal
Eliza O'Connor vs. J. S. White, ct
al.: action for money.
Kothcrlnc Lchmaclicr v. John Lc
machcr: action for monev.
A. T. Webb vs. J. P. Mcl'oland; ac
tion ror money.
J. II. Luuu vs. J. 11. Stump; action
Ladd & Hush vs N. H. Knight and
Geo. S. DownliiL': action tor monev.
J. C. Johnson, receiver, vs. W. M.
Wirt; action for money.
Elizabeth S. Klce vs. Helen Storasll;
action for money.
II. J. Hendricks and E. C. Glltner
vs. Geo. William: action for money.
.1. II. Albert, administrator or tho
estate or T. McF. Fatten, decased, vs.
Fred A. Legg; action for money.
Llbblo A. Patton vs. Fred A. Legg;
action for money.
Geo. Welhelmy vs. Joseph Macrz et
ai; action ior money.
Aug, Huckcsteln vs. Lyon Adolph;
action tor monev.
Chas. Jacobson & Co. vs.J. L. Chaso
At Co.: action for money.
II. P. Mo Nary, rcclover, vs. Gcorgo
Collins, ctal.: action for monev.
Capital National Hank vs. W. W.
joiiiis, et al.; action for money.
James Walton vs. Marlon County;
iiuiiuii iur money.
It. L. Subln vs J. A. Vi
action for money.
DKl'AKTMKNT NO II.
(This division of tho court will not
oo convened until the first Monday
Schuyler Hue, Insolvent, vs. J. F.
r. ij. iircutauo assignee; assignment.
Thus. J. Ford, Insolvent vs. W. C.
Dav, assignee: assignment.
Dorranco Lumbering Co. vs. Fran-
t'uuui, 9Si(;iL'U, ussiuiinioiii.
U.S. Simon, insolvent, vs. S1 R.
T; G. Coloiuan, Insolvent, vs. Mc
Klnlev Mltcholl, assignee, assign
mont. II. A. Salisbury, Insolvent, vs. A. N.
Hush, assignee. assli?iunont.
r. G. AN . Dlmmlck vs.Emma Storls, et
al.. suit to foreclose mechanics' lien.
Jessie ltobror vs. Pirns. V. nmi Tc'tlvnl
Simon; suit In equity to set asldo
ininmiiciii irnnsier or real estate.
Geo. W. Watt vs. A. L. Grlmstead;
State or Oregon ex rol. Chas, A.
Dodd t Co., vs. Al. Moisnn, et nl.;
viMiiuuipu ui court.
Froiuont Arnold, Insolvent, vs. F. J.
iMiiior, assignee, assignment.
oerger, ei ai,; rorcolosure.
J. Q. Wilson vs. 0. C. Green, et ul.;
John Ryan vs. J. E. Eldrlcdge, et
a I.; equity.
Mary Strong vs. Geo. Horren, et al.;
K. P. McComack, trustee, vs. Salem
Consolidated Street Hallway Co., F.
It. Anson, receiver, recelforshlp.
i ;. V svago, Insolvent, vs, L. C.
Grinith, assignees assignment.
Henry Keeno vs. H. F. Wade, et al.;
First National bank vs. J. S. Whit
ton and Chas. Ford; foreclosure.
John Newsomo vs. John Miller, et
The Portland Savings bank byO. N.
Denny, receiver, vs. Thos. II, DeCew,
et al.: foreclosure.
O. J. uofliii, lusolveut, -s, Jacob
15 ,"H'm.m' llsslguee; iisslgmuent.
hlla E. Doran vs. Frank Deran: ill.
M. HoWO. Insolvent.. v fltumt T.
Cornelius, assignee? assignment.
rir.Kiiain iX sanron . nsolvent. v
. F, Uoothby, assignee
. iugei oounu jNiitionai savings
L.Oan ASSOCliitinn vs. Pima
.. ... . .I ..1 va riAPVnU
F. W. uouircy. v ;. - "
Milling Co.: receivership.
Sf Pnyton vs. Williams & Eng
land Hanking Co. .
l'rescoitix vum;! o. " -
pllleoe.tw:;pffer vs. Catharine N.
Palmer, ctal.; partition.
Leo Willis, Insolvent, vs. M. h.
Chaniberlln. assignee; assignment.
It. J. McKillop vs. Gustav Hlcketh
lcr. ctal.; foreclosure.
Matilda C. Pentcr vs. Emma C.
Poole, ctal.; foreclosure.
J. li. Klrschmedcr vs. John D. Per
egory, ct al.; foreclosure.
Trcd A. Legg, Insolvent, vs. Claud
Catch, assignee; assignment.
G. M. Fry, ctal., vs, Brazil Pluard,
Ella Hunsaker vs. W. L. Ilunsakcr;
Gco.'Hvillieliiiy vs. Joseph Maerz;
Geo. Collins, ctal., vs. Jasper Mlnto
W."A?Lafdlaw vs. Mary A. Laskcy;
foreclosure. . ,
J. II. Albert vs. F. J. Bcaty, ct al.;
Mary II. Scott vs. William Peters,
et al.; foreclosure.
John Newsomc vs. P. A. Scharback,
Anna J. Martin vs. L. J. Martin;
J. II. Albert, .administrator or the
estate of T. McF. Patton, deceased, vs
Heirs and Estate of T. McF. Patton,
deceased; appeal from county ",ourt.
The Northern Counties Investment
The celebrated mountain honey
of E , Brooks, from the Silver
Creek Falls, The finest in the
HRRRITT 5 LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery,
Trust vs. Nancy Oeren, et al.; motion
to correct cost bill.
Mrs. Martha E. Adams, Insolvent,
John W. McKInncy, assignee; assign
ment. The Deficiency Bill.
Washington, Juno o. Chairman
Cannon of the house committee on
appropriations, has a deficiency bill
prepared, with tho claims objected to
by tho president eliminated. As soon
as tho veto of the deficiency bill Is
sustained, which he anticipates, ho
will ask the consideration of the now
bill. It is believed the now bill can
A conference on tho navahapproprl
ation bill, have agreed upon a final
report. The agreement provides for
three new battleships, and ilxcs tho
price of armor plate at $425 a ton.
Another Veto Message.
Washington, Juno C President
Cleveland today sent a message to the
house, vetoing tho general deficiency
bill. The messago includes a defense
of tho veto power and a long criticism
or French spoliation claims, aggregat
ing over n million dollars, and also ob
jection to payment or Clioteau claim
for 8174,1 15.
Motion to pass tho clllclcncy bill
over veto was lost In tho house 40 to
The County Di:ut. Tho total In
Marlon county or outstandlg warrants
is $35, 881.30. Trersurer Jap Mlnto
will issuo another call this month
which will cut It down consldsrable.
Tho Discovery Saved His Life
Mr. G. Cailloutte, Druggist, Heaversville,
111., says: -To Dr. King's New Discovery I
owe my life Was taken with La Grippe
and tried all the physicians for miles about,
but of no avail and was given up and told
I could not live. Having Dr.King's New
discovery in mv tin.. I .... 1 ..r..i .
bepan its uie ami fmm il, r,. .!.. .
gee better and after using three bottles was
J.JI.I1H buoui again, it is worth its weight
iS . . .c Jvon'' keeP tore of house
Without il . flct n ,. ..!.! .. !.. :
Legs'! Drug siore. "' "' rreu A"
TlVPIlf V.flvn on.) ir: ... .- .. a. .
- .....vj-..,v iiuuim tcius, is an mat
''lMnXre.''0r scrvcd seats at
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
iMost Perfect Made.
Special Dress Goods;
Special Wash Goodsf
Big Reductions ! XX
Also a Large Lot of RemnantsXt
257 Commercial st.
Saliva, Ktins., Juno 5. Gypsum
City, a small tow.n seventeen miles
southeast of here, was visited by u
cloudburst about midnight. Tho peo
ple wero compelled to lleo from tho
houses. "Water was running through
the main street two feet deep today.
Farm along Gypsum Creek for miles
nre covered with from four to ten feet
of water, and tho farmers aro leaving
their houses in boats.
Call for Warrants.
County TnEASOiiE's j.
Office, Mauion County. ("
Notice Is hereby given that I have
funds on hand to pay nil warrants Is
sued, up to Juno 1, 1895, and Interest
on ino same win stop rronv uate or
this notice. Jap Minto,
Dated June 3, 1800. 0 3 d 2 w
Don't Be Afraid.
When your machines do not wear
goou ao not bo afraid or largo charges
Geo. C. Will, tho old sewing machine
man, very seldom charges more 'than
CO cents and sometimes $1. d&wtf
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stoce of
brushes of all kinds in the
state. Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds,
PUBLIC MEN, POLITCIANS AND BUS
iness houses can ohtnln sit nm.in.ivi. tr.
mltAH frAm t. A. I 1 ..
....,... lluu, iuc j,,CM 0, m8 mace, coast ana
country from the Press Clipping Bureau,,
Alleles) Union Block. Portland. i2-3otf
FOR SAUC-Klcht milch cows and two 2
year olds. Inquire of M.J. Egan, GervaU,
Pf- 3 24 tf
rOK hALKP inn (! rnuUM mA , --.
store, established 1857; placo of business fn
Ana rl Ik & Vv.l 1 f t . 1 .
..w , imuni locations in me city: a capital
of about 5,000 requleed: object of closlnp
SS. 5?V.,n ""ount of health. Jno. G.
POR SALE OK Ktl'lo acres land 5
miles out. Partly improved, wood and
pasture, good house, large barn, 2 acre
bearing orchard.lot of small fruit.good vrater.
ood Btumpagc can be had. Box 145, Salem.
, . S:8tf
PAPKkSnl,7 S " ....!-
Miiie;; pp, c,Ea,s ana y-$.
SSS !r?55,h0.use "4 tvro lots, sit-
mT.' r.Ji "l? nnui county. All
set in good fruit. For sU . . ,,;i -n.!
nal ure3, a, carejpur
E DONM'w a k! ! u f "
4 a u
..r-wT . uuv or loaiers, Dut men
''L'300,10 $5 TOen'h to hustled
r?.1.? nd ?5ne.ral ?Eents. Sala.y and com
mon, ivacmerire Engine Co... Racine.
C. H. MACK,
Successor to Dr. J. M. Keene, old White
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring mptrwi
operations at moderate fees in any brtnch if
In especial reqnest.
Meets all mall and passenger trains IliE.
page and express to all parts of the cltr.
Prompt service, Telephone No. 70
Capital Transfer Co,
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Express, baggage and all kinds cf worV
done promptly. Leave orders st Ptttoo'i
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loam
consideied without delay
HAMILTON & "MOW
Hush Hank bulldinS.
MONEY TO LOAN
On city or farm property.
Over Utah's Dank,
T. K. FORDJ
f.jvan . dek; baan,
Carjentor,lBullder and Jobber,
481 Winter street.
ISTllard times prices always.
C. H. JLvANE,
2 n Commercial st , SilsaiOr
ISults $15 upwards. Pnts npwmdrweJ
formerly or Clark & Epplejr.ls now
prepared to serve the public with
everything first class In his line, it
Simpson Bros, old stand.
- THE ELECTRIC GROCERY. 1
FILEY BOARDING HOUSE
The popular pkcTW !Eh, &
ueen reopeneu, ana pisf"- " ,i.
boarders and roomers at the most "!
rates. Nice suite of rooms on the pvm
floor. Sunday dinner from 1 to 2.
S, Richardson, Prop.
Twodoon north Hotel whi"" -j.
cooking and home made pies and caxes
Vrura, Ufl uaiiu.
J. H HAAS,
' -yyATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
i nomas ciociu, eve., ,3
I D LY LINE TO PORTIA
lAltona and Ramofl
! TortUnd, 6n$ ro- io-is.i-
Salem, 7f4S '" 6-dos.
InAenendence. 6:30 a. m. u"
Quick time, regular' 'service n& P
. . . .rates ... ..,