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Daily Capital Journal
BY HOPSR BROTHERS,
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1 If Hot Weather Fabrics,
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FKI DAY, JULY 10, 1890.
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Altona and RamonaHg
LEAVE i f r
Portland, 6:45 a m- 0:" a-,n
Salem, 7MS . m. 10113 a.m.
Independence, 6130 a. in. 6o a m.
aick lime, rr;uiar service and clnap
M I'. IIAI.DWIN.
0f So Cool, Corsets,
A good KTvUvable Miiiimcr cors-t.
Price f0 cents.
In finest leather. O.-nuliie ulleiitor
with leather lining, etc.
Have lincl n groat ssilu on those
white silk ones nt $1.W). A variety of
styles and price- In hlark and colors.
All new style.-, and prices cut to
15c a Yard,
A cool, serviceable fabric
very stylish for outing
In liMtiibers of styles and
qualities. Other towns
ain't get enough of It.
Pun Silk Mitts
15c a Pair,
Dimities and thin wash
goods cut to sell. Hoe
Chicago self supporting pants. A
new thing, hei them, uolr hose,
sweaters, caps, etc
), ), Dalrymple Co,
Norton to I'iiopkutv Ownkkb.
Acting under Instructions from the
city council 1 am icqulrcd to see Unit
the streets and alleys of tho city bo
cleared of nil rubbish and refuse by
the abutting property owners. Prop
erty owners will tnko notice and clean
up the streets, In the event that tho
' property owners fall to so clean up tho
streets and alleys, I am Instructed to
perform such work and charge the
samo to thorn. A. C. Dlllcy. City
To iNSi'Kcr a IlKiuaH. T li 0
county court consisting of Judgo ft.
P. Terrell and Commissioner J. M.
Watqon mid J. N. Davis inspected a
bridge today between Champoeg and
Uiittcvlllc. The bridge was reported
In a bad condition and its being dan
gerous over which to pass with teams.
Tho court nad Intended making tho
trip overland, but owing to tho very
warm weather went by train.
Fiubt Monijv. County Treasurer
O.L. Drown yesterday recolvcd from
Sheriff Wrlghtmau 82,057.M, being
the first tax money recolvcd since ho
was sworn In as treasurer.
Challloa -lc. mid fo, n yard.
Fine zephyr ginghams reduced from
tfic. to lOo. a yard.
Satlncs Kto. a yard and up.
Ueautlful Percales 7c.u yard and up.
Dotiiltlcsllnest In tho city 10c. a
yard and up.
Hhlrt waists fiOc. to 81.G0 each.
Straw hats at reduced prices.
Gents suniiner uudorwear W)o. to
81.25 u suit.
Tan shoes for everybody.
Ladles vests Oc. and up.
Hummer eorsots, silk mitts, chntnois
.Willis Bros, , Co,
Court and Liberty.
Tho Cash Dry floods, Clothing and
s sy - s sms 0
XC Horse Radish A,
? Mustard, TC
X Bayle's J"v
Celebrated Wafers, A
A: All Kinds. A'
sws J? J7 -a us sw 1
Miss Elln Jones Is visiting friends
How J. Muelh nipt went to CrAbtrcc
David Scott 111 ide a business trip to
A. A. Cunningham went to Port
land this morning.
Thns. Kay made a business trip up
the valley today.
Mrs. F. A. Moore was a passenger to
Oregon City this morning.
Miss Gerllo Martin went to Oregon
City on tho Hutli tills morning.
Key. and Mrs. J. 11. I). Koyal arc
visiting with friends at Brooks.
.1. 0. Wright, tho grocer, was a
Portland business visitor today.
Mrs. J. II. Workman Is visiting her
mother Mrs. It. lLHanucy, at Albany.
IwinoSwerlngen was shot by Harry
Campbell, near Prlucvllle, the other
I. II. O'Noll, traveling passenger
agent for tho O. It. & N. Co., Is In the
II. J. Otlonhclmcr returned this
afternoon from a business trip to Eu
gene. Mrs. D. M. Smith Is reported quite
111, at tho family's rural resort near
Ex-Street Commissioner W. J. (Jul
erinado a business trip to Woodburn
Mrs. J. M. Morrltt, of Oakland, Cal
ifornia, Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. .and Mrs. S. Farrar went to
Portland on tho Salem local this
Hanker A. T. Gllbort went to Ore
gon City this morning whero ho will
Join his family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Stump returned
this morning from a short visit at
Miss Franklo Currlu of this cltv.
has been elected to teach In tho Orcr
gon City school.
Attornoy M. V. Hunt, accompanied
by his llttlo son, inado a bii9lnoss trip
to Portland today.
Miss Ermine liushnell Is visiting
friends at Urooks to which placo she
wont this morning.
State Superintendent and Mrs. G.
M. Irwin went to Portland this nfter
jion for.a short visit.
Mrs. J. II. MoNury returned homo
this niornliig from u visit of a fow
days at Gladstouo Park.
Ex-County Judge Duncan, of Llun
county, cauio up, from Portland tb)
morning and spent the day In Salem,
Mrs. Hattlo Staple, who has been
tho guestof J. II. Ollnger, and family
returned today to hor Tumor home.
Mrs. Nunoy Holmes camo up from
Portland this morning and will visit
with lier son, Attornoy W. II. Holmes.
Mrs. M. M. Waltz, of Tulare, Oil.,
accompanied by hor sou, Is visiting at
thouomoof lior brother M.C.Starr.
Prof, J. T. Matthows, who has Just
recovered from a serious attack of
brain fever, was seen on Jlpi streets
Judge U.S. Ueauand State Prlntei
W. II, Leeds took an early drlvo this
morning for Mehama. They will fish
lu tho Elkhoru,
Geo. P. Eves arrived in tho city this
morning from Uniontown, Kansas.
and will spend tho summer with his
sister Mrs. J. Altkeu.
Win. King, John Evans and Herb
ert Campbell, left early this morning
for tho Quartzvlllo mines. Tho trln
was mado overland.
County Superintendent G, W. Jones
returned from Jofrerson this morning,
whlthor ho was summoned on account
of his father's death.
JolT. Scrlber and famjly lejtt jtult
morning for their homo at La Grande
after a short visit at tho parental
homo of C W. Scrlber In South Salem.
Misses Muudo and Kdnu Crawford,
wholmvo been visiting at the home
of Mrs. A. M. Dalrymplo lu this city,
left this morning for t hoi r homoJu
PROGRESS OF THE SEWER.
Ditch is Completed to Liocrty Street
Work on the state's big Sewer Is
progressing nicely. No more cave-Ins
have occurred since that of two weeks
ago, Just opposite the Congregational
church. The excavation has pro
gressed as far as the ally on Center
between Church and Cottage streets.
The sewer Is completed to a point
about mldtvay between Liberty and
High streets whllo tho ditch has been
filled up as far as Liberty street.
Considerable gravel that Is not needed
In filling up the excavation, has been
left in heaps on the streets.
This could all be used to excellent
advantage In grading this long neg
lected street thereby greatly Increas
ing (lie value of residence property
along this thotoughfare. Since Cen
ter .street Is one of our principal
streets It appears that some attention
should be devoted to It. Salem Is
connected with Polk county, by Cen
ter street and the big steel bridge
while hundreds of farmers living cast
of Salem, enter over this thorough
fare. 'lne bricklayers arc at work and
the sewer Is being pushed along quite
rapidly. Seyeial of tho men who are
employed at excavating wcrelaycd off
this morning for a few days in order
that the sewer may be laid as rapidly
as the dirt Is removed.
BIMETALLIC STATE CONVENTION
Was Well provision
TWO FEMALE CONVICTS,
Held nt McMinnville and
A lnrge, representative and well at
tended state convention, was held at
McMinnville. .Tulv Oth. Tlic sessions
Instcd all day and far Into tho night.
Great enthusiasm prevailed.
A resolution endorsing and com
mending Hon. Henry M. Teller, was
adopted without a dissenting voice,
and ordered telegraphed to the St.
Tho nlntform declares that the
Not Made for Them at the
A Portland correspondent writes:
How to care for female convicts in
the Oregon state penitentiary Is a
perplexing problem to tho manage
ment. There Is no female depart
ment lu connection with tho state
prison. A room in tho second story,
In a northwest angle of the prison, is
now used to confine female prisoners
dining the day. Marching from their
cells to this room in the
moriilnir. and from tho room back to
money question is the paramount Is- t,0,rcc,ja lt) tnc evening constitutes
sue in me prcsiucnuui u.i... rKu, . .-..,-. v,,,, Ulcm
COUNTY COURT DOINGS.
The court left on the 8 o'clock train
for the north part of the county to
lnsiect some bridges.
An allowance of $10 was made In
favor of C. L. Clement, of Jefferson,
who met with an accident on June 17
and suffered a broken leg. He lias a
wife and three children and by reason
of his injuries is unable to provide for
tliciii. The court named E. N.
Thomas as tho disbursing agent.
W. Townscnd, T. C. Davidson and
J. Dencer wcro appointed viewers In
locating a road petitioned for by John
Will et al. They will meet 011 the
21th Inst, at 10 o'clock wltli. tho
An order wns also made that notices
bo published warning all owners of
traction engines to comply with the
provisions of tho law In the matter of
using extra planks when crossing
bridges with tholr machinery.
The clerk was directed to 11 jvertlso
for bids to supply the court house
with hovonty cords of pole oak and
twenty cords of fir.
Tho resignation of John A. Placard,
constable of Champoeg district Is
filed. Ho has recommended Theodore
Hourgcau, of St. Paul, to fill the
Aid Is asked to tho extent of 20 for
John Fisher, who haw been a resident
of Marlon county for twenty years
and Is now In a destitute condition.
Thomas Palmer, supervisor of road
dlutrlct No. fid, has untitled the court
that Canada thistle exists on tho
premises or Joseph Schnnl, Ilencdlc
tlno Fathers, Herman Schmeltzer and
Kato Ihichholt. This Is done In com
pliance with tho provisions or the leg
IsJaUyoactof 1881) relative to tho ex
tirpating of thl.s vecd.
dares for free coinage of gold and sil
ver, abolition of banks of issue and
government currency only and no
bonds lu time of peace.
A resolution to make the Initiative
and referendum part of the platform
or tho Union Hlmetallic party, re
ceived only two votes, and was tabled.
Some of the ablest Populists advocated
and some opposed its Introduction at
the present time.
Permanent organization was effected
by the election of J. U. Waldo, of
Marlon county for chairman; W. V.
Spencer, of Yamhill county, secretary,
and Chas. II. Hurggraf, of Marlon
county, nsslstant secretary.
J. C. Cooncr. of Yamhill, chairman ,
of state central committee. State
W. T. Illgdon, Marlon county. I
C. S. Clarke, Yamhill. i
J. T. Mlllner, Multnomah. i
James II. Sowcll, Washington.
M. F. Egglcston, .Jackson. I
M. L. Ohmtcail, Uaker.
J. P. Cole, Clackamas.
L. G. Urownell, Josephine.
W. C. Crcssy, Polk. I
W. F. Raleigh, Tillamook.
The delegates to the national con
vention, which meets In St. Louis,
Mo., on July 22, were elected as fol
J. C. Young, linker City.
J. C. Cooper, McMinnville.
Frank Williams, Ashland. '
Amos Strong and E. Hofer, Salem.
Frnnk V. Drake, Francis Clurno, M. '
Qulnn, T. G. Struble, E.T. Shattuck,
Glen O. Hohnnn, Portland.
W.D. Lawlcr, Albany.
II. L. Darkley, Woodburn.
C. J. Curtis, Astoria.
Chas. Miller, Sr , Jefferson.
II. W. Parker, .
Win, Harlow, Harlow.
Tho Marlon ocunty grand Jury that
visited the penitentiary last month,
was Impressed with tho lack of sun
shine nnd exercise provided for the
female prisoners, nnd recommended
that a fence bo built acioss tho front
yard to set off a recreation ground for
them. Superintendent Gilbert favors
keeping tho female convicts at the
reform school. Mr. Gilbert's Idea is
that tho few women convicts could
be used to advantage in the tailoring
or laundry department without any
great Inconvenience. Ills recom
mendation to the next legislature
will Incorporate this plan.
There arc now two women in tho
During Our Clearance
Shirt waists at cost, Wesh
Summer underwear at greatly reduced prices!
goods at greatly fcducc
oummv-i wiuu yyvai uig.ii.uuy rcauCCd prices Wru,1 FnCc
Chamois Gloves 75c Saturday we will offer d SJlcs
prices to astonish you, Fancy mixtures 7 ,-?? Sods ;
. -m -.wi lirfA . -
prices to astonish you, Fancy mixtures 17c and 2T 8
all-wool serge 47c. New fancy black pood ,11 h
Now is the time to buy, a11 47c,
jwjKi'vy yvy rtiMjifc IB. . j
257 Commercial st,
Do you want to keep cool or
not 1 If you do use lime juice,
only 30c per bottle, quart, or
what is the matter with some
of our farcy lemons at 25c per
dozen, Pineapple at 10c per
can is pretty low, is it not 1 Yet
that is what wc arc selling at
TI F. min
Chicaco, July 3 -&.,,, .
Jm ..'.'" WM.
iuui 1 uruaiHI.
2.85 ; graham,
2-5e: sUMrlini- -. ..
uai- While. 2628c; grey SffiTiW
HflRRITT 5 LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery,
penitentiary. They are Emma llanna,
who was committed from Linn county,
I under a life sentence last Doco.i her,
.for tho killing of Mrs. Hiatt, and
J Lottie Sinclair, who was -jo- t up
from Portland In February, IS3, on
, the charge of robbery,
Solid CoMpoiiT. During the heated Notice,
term, whllo their families aicut the In pursuance of tho rcoiilreinents
coast, many of the jmtcrfnmllliiH f ortho law approved February 2:, 1880,
Salem are taking, their meals nt the nollcp s heieby given that the rollow
Willamette. Landlord Wagner names ng list of county wurjajita Issued
them nt a rate that is very reasonable bcven years prior to July 1, 139(1, have
and there arc none to say but the ser- not been presented for payment and
vice and ticciimmndalloiw are the tluiso enclosed lu parenthesis having
best. been uncalled for amUtlll remaining
In my bund mid nhtody, nnd unless
bo prcsdiited for payment at the oillco
of the county tiea.Mircr, of Marlon
county. Orciron. on or before Aiiirust.
1 ..I. I "- ---"-., .... -, -. ., . . --.r- -T..,,.r
1 rune &Kin lirupnons, nnd positively cures 21), 180(1, said warrants will be can
lilci or no pay required. It is guaranteed to ,.eiC(i ,., m.viiinnt tliornln will l.
Live vcr fee latlsfact on or mo?v refun.U.' .LU "'"' Ili 1110111- llieiOIll l UC ,
Price 25 cents a lx For nlc V Fred A ""'WCd, III! Ill ItCCOrdnilCO Willi the re
liucklsn'a Arnica 3alvu
The Ixst Salve In ihe world 1 foi Cuu,
Sorci, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hhcuin, Kever
ami an letter. Uinppert hands, Chilblain
Tub Fi .sv. Tho Maple Leaf
creamery on the Munkers farm east of
tho city has coinuienced placing Its
cheese on tho market, and all dealers
and consumers are pleased with tho
quality. Success to tho new enter
prise. How's This.
Wc offer One 1 1 u ml red Dollars reward for
any case of Cntanli that cannot he cured by
Hall's Catafth Cure.
F. I. Uiknkv & Co , Toledo, O.
Wc, fhe nridcrsiuned, mc known K. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years and believe
hhn porfectly lionqruble in all business
transactions 'and financially able to carry
out any Qbli(;aii'.j mule lj iln-Jr fjnn,
WhST K IKIMX, Wholesale DniLvlstti,
Wai.dino. .Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
"riiecW. Toledo. 0.
IlaJl'i Catarfh Cipe Is. iqken Internally,
acong (iirccny upon iie Hooi ijnU mucous
surfaces of the system Testimonials sent
free. Price 75 c. per tattle, Sold by all
Wool, .Valley, ;
9i Kistem Ortpn
i-ouitry-Chickens, med.jfti Z Z ' :
crs l.eo3i duck,, 45!iew: '
Hideo.. preen, islini r Ik '... I
fx lbs4faic:slinn1.. ,J.AC' mti
(iHop,..Oregon,2to 3c, aceJi la ,,,.
Uulier..UreBon fancy creamery, j.vjj,.
fancy dairy, 20; fair to rooJ,V'
Cheese .OrcCon full creani, 10
'-Bgs.. Oregon, 11c perdoi. '
3.wj.J5 per II.; fr
koou Mcers. zvi(S 3-5; cows. Jtifiiv,.
' Afii,tW ' '-
,. SAN FKAIsUbt'O MARKET.
nan rranclsco. lu v 1 ..wi...,
Wool.. Oregon, choice, Mjilnle
Hops Quotable at 23c.
Potatoes 6o8oc per sack.
Hahi: UaP. -A baio bnll nlno from
tho Uhcmawa Indian Training school
went to Oregon City on the boat this
morning. Tomorrow afternoon tiicy
will piny a match gamo or base bull
with an Oregon City nine The
Albany Colts, who donated tho Salem
Lovcques Tluiftday, July 2nd, will go
to Portland tomorrow and play a
gamo with tho Portland Monograms.
xno outcome of tho game will bo
watched with Interest since tho win
nlng team arc to play with California
teams. A Junior ball team from Chc
ipawtt Indian school will play a gamo
with a Juvenih) team or tills city
F. L. Leonard of Jacksonville, who
has Just served a three years term lu
uio uregon suite Prison for forgery,
was released today. Ho was supplied
with a second hand suit throuuluint.
but no money for fare to get homo on
was supplied him. Ho Is In tho city
penniless and does not know anyone.
This Is a hard row of stumps and The
JouiiNAi, declaros It inhuman treat
ment discharged prisoners.
Cholco Irloro-Doty'3 Maikot. 7 tr
Madiiiu, July 10. Much anxiety Is
felt here concerning tho opinion likely
to bo expressed by the American
pmnocmtlc convention regarding
Cuba, and rolntlpns wlHi Spain. The
Spanish government w)l delay settle.
at the end of July, In order to avert
imitating and embarrassing debates
In the Spanish hcpato and house,
-nt or tho claim of Dr. Dejgado and ' Mflxffm
e ruinous Competitor case until thp , wlli.") ' A elWWmi 18, 18801
anish parllmucntary recess bctilns ! aiSfio If' Tri,11,"u,cr' 1?obrry u
When conversation lags,
open a bottle of HIRES
Rootbeer. There is plenty
of life in that. A temper
ance drink for temperance
MhW ntU Th CbtrUi R. Hire, Co.. rMIUilpUi.
. rukiit Dtkti t ttlioat. BM tmjwlurS.
Notice Attention Republicans.
To tho Itepubllcan clubs or Marlon
t OUntV: At tho rOHnnst.nf 11 immltnr
nf tllVtltflxLU, 1)...jjt.ff , . .M I
iv " f"ti 'i m' I'luuiiiiuiib iiepuujicans in umercni
(7B30. hailnrnrs..T,.,,..n.ls loon K'"."1. '? TO""'?. l lieWJDV, call ft
M.t ' ' n 1 -,; iwvui IIJtTULIIlLf III I III .AITinnil
qulrements or said law
5080, Capital Adventure Co., July,
1888, SO.-O. J '
!H-9' SOY Mowi July, 1888, $3.-10.
, '270, Wilson I) McXary, Deccinbor,
7101, W. II. Simpson, January, 1880,
7718, H. Phelps: January, 1889, $.'10.
778l, J. W. Thomas, February. 1889.
8310, 1). V. Yoder, May, 18S0, $2.75.
Wheat, .43c per bu., market firm.
Hay.. Baled, cheat, 5-5.5; tl nothr.
I'Iour..In wholesale lots, 3.00J rtul
3.20J bran, bulk tuor, sacked, 12.60;
horig, I2.oon,odj chop fed,' u.m
12.00. " 1 T
Poultry.. Spring chickens, loclb.
Hogs. . Dressed, 31,.
Live Cattle,. 22r.
Sheep, .Live, 1.25,
. Woof,,W I2,
Butter.. Dest dairy, 2$; fincy crcameif,
go; shoulders, 5c'
Meats , Dacca, ;c; kusi
Uuoncl, Optqbor ,
(fJ7, h. 1). Pitman, October 5, 1888,
(8001. Alll'O A. Omni. Mnv 1-1
$2.00.) "' ' '
18c5!$ ),T0U" A' Mcl"llre' Al,Bu,t 8-
Ouro for Headacho.
,As ? re")edy for all forms of Headaches
hlectric Hitters has proved to be the very
bct. It effects a permanent cure nnd the
morit ilreai!l liliitnf.1 cll. l..n.i.. ..., .
Its influence. We urge all who are afliicied to ' ,(?r8 Gil(1 filler, Septomljor 7, 1888,
1 ;,i '' "8Ulual constipation liiec-
trie hiuers cures by giving tht needed tone
to the PohcIj, ana few case tlong resist the
use of this medicines. Try it bnco'.' Ftfiy
cents and 1 1, 00 nt Fred
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
IWflSt Ferfcct Made.
It's In Town,
You'll bo surprised.
Won't "yellow tho clothes."
A on't burn your hands.
Nothing equals It.
Hotter than soap.
Extra largo packages.
Soap Foam Washing Powder. J
ThKy II.vvK It. Yes. wo have tlm
l)cst of everything, lucjwdlng tho new
Moplo Leaf cheeso, RyatiigU & Co.
Spring chickens Doty's Market,
i8S85i.wf)nrelttt Late' I)eco,nbc"' 8
(0120, H. F. Holllday, July 0, 1888,
B:,N,0lr,,.rd.' Umh - 1880
$Jjg:jliGanos Fischer, May lit, 1889,
$(U39. folin Flynn, October C, 1883,
(B.T57, A. Kcler.
September 7, 1S88,
SCO HolSO & Diirtror. iiirnntc fr i.
O. .& N. and Union Pacific railways
regarding sixsclnl round trip rates to
wii itupuuiicun nationni convention
.it bt. Louis, tho Democratic national
I888!1$)l'.)UI,aH' Cmillol1' September 10,
lfel'k)VlS nm't,"a,,' ury 8,
Jl!?040' V'"' I,rown' Jwnry 11, 1889,
18g!l8 30UulayofJune,A. IX,
llcatl ClllbS lit the ball nf t.linRnlnm
-Itepubllcan cjub July J8. lpOil, at 1:30
1.. .li. fi uiu jnirptso tn organizing
for tho present campaign. 1 would
suggest that icpresentnTlycii to this
meeting bo elected from cuohclubas
follews: Ono for tho olub nnd ono for
each ton members thoreof.
,, , Claud Gatoii,
V ce-prcsldent Republican League of
The dealer who says, "1 havo 110
Hoe Cake soan." nrnKtlenllv nrlmlt.
tllllt 1)0 dOCS not, kpII ilrct nnolltv
goods. If ho says ho has something
''Justnsgooa" you will know utonce
that ho Is trying to soil you nn In
ferior iirt QlO. Tliorn 1a mnin rlnnf liln,
,lD-...i i..: T"'. . "" Vt"lf v"'v.,,..h
uii.iujt,-ii iiy poor so in ipai) uvnctijal
yicnr, as tho free alkali rotg tho cloth.
Hoo Cako contains neither freo fllknll
nor worthless lining.
The Discovery Saved Els Llfa
Mr. G. Ciilloulte, Drut'c'tst, IJeirewillt,
III., says: 'To Dr. Kinc's New Discortrrl
owe my life. Was taken with La Cripp
and tried ail the physicians for miles stout,
but of no avail and was given up and toll
I could not live. Having Dr.King'i Net
discovery in my store I sent fori boiilt'ind
began its use and from the first dose til
get better and after using three bcstlei wtf
up nnd about ajain. It Is worth its weight
in cold. We won't keep store or ts
without It." Get a fre trial t KreifAi
Let The Wloie Worn
Kuow TIiq Goot4
Dr.Miles' Heart Cure Docs
When Baby wossJclc, w gara her Castorla.
Vhea she was a Child, the cried for C&storU.
When klio became Miss, aba clunjr to Cutoria.
VThea she had Children, she garo them Catori.
: y -J f a v " -is IB.
SIT trsaSf I'SSPSKM Fl
Wrfc' II 1 PI
ru ,"'" "x viuciiKu, -i-eopies party
conyehtton at St. Louis, natlona con
ventlon V. i. s, Q p at Washington,
U, C. National odllKiitlndnl idin1
1 4 ',
lion at lJutfalo, N. Y., anil (f.Xir
11111uu.11 eiicampinont at St. Paul
lnn- thStd-dfcw '
i Soap Foam Washing Powder
will not make thp clothes yel
low, nor burn the hands,
A IlANQum-.-Thafs what most
,0 want, nut can't get It. Hence
ny tahoniacont meal ah nsubstl
tute nt Kcnworthy & George's czi
Has No Equal
nmi K,nn,RWltU Sunday, Juno 2,
and on each miiinniin, Qi,n,i-.
nb '.nt 7 n. m.. Corvallls Sm . Ill
U:-0 p. 111. Trnln innva -sKi.i
, ,((, alt)lUtJ 1.UIIU1IIII
- - " 7
i1.! !' "' rrlving at L'orvallfa
ill 11 tn ni til . --...
w i' iiit uiiti jiin nv n? liitvci m
L ". - WW4W.UVU, ill
p,rvnrn,i,0n th's tra,n on'y. fro
Newr r1f'n1iban and Philomath to
ftewport and return, 81.50.
Agent, Albany. AifniiOfAnuiifiiii
Edwin Stone,' j
nnrvniii- t Manager, Corvallls.
corvallls, Juno -17, 1890.
EAltT DISEASE, h'as 1U WJ "
disadvantage. Aiw7 ""'
heart dUcaso Is Inw"";
symptoms boconio well aeancu. ..
taL nlarmed and a JZa
pliu lla When w"' SS3
tl,e Vhole irorM -no 6itM
Dr. MM SwS.ftS
Heart Curs KSWKgjj:
W1U, bad droaias. M d ' " lw)t
side, was Bumbwdff-Ji
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure .ad . W ltg
- JSWI :4.,n rnW!1' "I
Mllest Heart Qujro wtoJ wfj 'ptj
Dr. Mllet! Ifoart tofj ' SouVKfiA
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