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IHV WOPMCK BROTHItHS
TUESDAY, AUGUST 23,1800.
WHAT IS NEEDED.
A itopular cartoon hIiowh Undo Sinn
Hut cm lilsbnck with imrcat I ok or
wood lyliiKnorosshiHHtdmadi, criiHli
Inir tho llfo out of him. it Is labelled
On tho other mIiIo of u lilfcli Inmnl
fonco are four noisy follows. A Prohi
bitionist shouts, "avoid him;" a sil
ver Republican yells, "you need pro
tection;" a freo trade Domocrat
Bcreains, "tarlir reform;" a People's
party man howls, "Populism." Undo
Sam Buys: "What 1 want first Is to
have you fellows tnko hold it'KoMicr
and lift this load olT my stomach."
In ono Marlon county precinct a
dozen lending IJryuti nnd;KreoColnao
men are iiuulo up or thrco Democrats,
three Republicans, three Populists,
three Prohibitionists. Tho people
are netting together. Tho high funco
of party prejudice has kept tho pcoplo
long enough from lifting tho load that
Is crushing pcoplo and government.
Fred Flood or Roseburg, who was
ono of tho chlof spokesmen or tho gold
ataudard crowd In tho Democratic
stato convention last April, has an
nounced his Intention of taking the
stump for llryan andSowall.-Tlmes.
Kx-Spcnkor Keady Is minted In
Baker City as wiylng that Oregon
will give Bryan 20,000 majority. Mr.
Keady has always been a staunch
Republican, but now Is out for Bryan.
Gccrand his friends are rcmlimed
that even tho Statesman less than
two years ago admitted that demon
etluitlon In 187J1 was perpetrated by
Chat, 1). Hood, broker aud Manufacturer 'i
A cent, Columbui, Ohio, certifies that Dr.
King's New Discovery hut no equal as a
mugu rcmauv. ). it. urown, crop oi St.
Tames Hotel, l(. Wayue, Ind., testifies that
,e was cured oi a tough oi two years stand-
ne, caueed by La Grippe, by Dr. King's New
Discovery, II. F. Merrill, Daldwinsville.
Mass., says that he has used and reccomendsd
It and never ki:ew it to fail and would rather
Jute It than any doctor, because it alway
cures. Mr Hemming, 22a E. 35th St.,
Chicago, always keeps it at brtid and has no
fear of Croup, because It instantly relieves,
Eree Trial bodies at Fred A. Lege' Drug
all commodities &
except tobacco 5
tin to date. ?
cents you get j
much "Battle C
any other high k
FROM AN OLD SOLDIER.
KuiTOii Jeurnal: As our goldbng
friends are now ko solicitous about
tho old soldiers and tho GO-ceiit dollar,
why Is It thoy don't know tho old
soldiers, only about election time?
Will you plenso give tho clipping, I
scud you herewith, space In your pa
per, a which stands up, so no
lily.for the people and their rlghts,and
much oblige ono who went out in
1801 and staid with it until Leo's sur
render? Old SoM)ti:it.
To tho Editor of Tho Examiner
Sir: In his speech opening tho Ohio
campaign, at Columbus, on tho IGtli,
John Sherman Bald:
"Our great body or creditors here Is
tho 070,000 Union soldiers, tholr
wldowB and orphans, whu aro credit
ors, or tho United States, to tho
amount or over $140,000,000 11 year for
services and sacrlllces In tho Union
urmy. It will be an act or perlidy
and meanness beyond expression for
this great country to pay them with
money of less purchasing power than
Now Mr. Sherman, without stop
ping to discuss tho "purchasing
power" or tho American standard sil
ver dollar, I would llko to direct your
attention to tho historical fact t but
tho party, or which you have been a
prominent inembor ror 40 years, was
In full control or every branch or tho
government during tho war, and
when you were tho chief of tho litmn
clal department; and that notwith
standing tho fact that you paid gold
to tho plutocratic bondholders, on In
terest on their bonds, to these saino
Union soldiers whoso "services and
sacrlllces" saved this country, wore
paid for tliclr"scrvlccH and sacrlllces"
In "fiO-ccnt" dollars. And 1
fall to tiud anywhere among tho rec
ords whore your voice was raised In
bohttlf, of theso Union soldiers. Tell
us, Mr. Sherman, why you did not
then think or tho"pusc'inslng power"
or tho depreciated greenback with
which tho American soldier was paid,
as compared with tho "purchasing
power" or tho gold coin which you
paid to tho European bondholders.
Whoa you havo douo that, and
when you and your party shall tako
steps to reimburse theso "Union sol
diers, tholr widows and orphans" by
paying to them, for their "sorvltes
and fruorltlccs," that which Is Justly
their duo, viz., tho dilforcuco between
tho purchasing power or tho soldiers'
grconbuck and tho bondholders' gold,
we will glvo you credit for being sin
cere. J. W. Dutton.
Oakland, August It), 1890.
Jbucklens Arnica Salve
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Sores, Boies, Ulcers, Salt Kheuin, Fever
and all Tetter. Chipped hands, Chilblains,
bruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
lMles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
Live ner fee satisfaction or money refunded
Oregon Crop Rjport
Condition of ciopj Rtf Week ending
Aligns 24. I sun.
('nips linrvettiiig "f fall-sown
wheat Is about over and threshing Ik
In progress. The yields reported are
slightly more than expected but. yot
not up to the average, as our corres
pondents report. "This is the poorest
wheat harvest in 44 years." The hot,
dry period In July caused the grain U
shrink. There arc yields from twenty
to 33 bushels an aero reported. Some
spring grain has been cut, but general
spring-grain harvesting will not begin
until this week. Oats harvest will
begin tills week, and the general opin
ion or the correspondents Is that the
yield will be better than was expected.
Some rarmcrs have coiiitncuced to
work their summer fallow. Hops lire
growing finely. Those yards which
have been given proper attention are
generally better than usual. There Is
not so much complaint about the hop
louse as yet.
Corn Is doing unusually well, and
will make a better crop than usual.
There Is neyer a very large corn pro
duction In Oregon, seldom more than
enough for homo consumption. The
warm weather has been very benefi
cial to corn.
Pasturage continues very good.
The rain tlioforo part of August re
vived It, and tlic result is that It is
better than usual. The pasturage In
tho coast counties is reported to be
very line. Stock is everywhere re
ported to be In good condition. Veg
etables continue to make good growth.
Potatoes will lie about an average
crop; tho rain or August saved all the
late-planted potatoes. Garden st'ilT
of nil kinds Is very plentiful.
The late peaches are ripening and
being shipped to market. There will
bo the greatest shortage in peaches
and all kinds or fruit on record. For
the first time In the history or the
country there Is a failure In the fruit
crop. It must not be understood that
there Is no fruit, but rather that the
shipment will not be so large. There
Is, on tho whole, more than enough
for nil local demands.
Tho weather condition. today In
dicate that cooler weather will pre
vail tills week, but no rain Is expected
to occur, lt frequently occurs that
there Is rain the fore part of Septem
ber, so that rain from the 1st to the
12th of September may occur.
Will IOiumnizi:. On Thursday,
October 14th tho second day of tho
stato fair a meeting of tho alumni
or tho Academy or tho Sacred -Heart,
of tilts city, will bo held, tho purpose
being to organize an alumni associa
tion. It will tako place at tho acad
emy between the hours of 4 and 8 p.
m. and will close with a delicious
luncheon served by tho sisters of that
Deafness Cannot Be Cuied
by local implications as they cannot
reach tho diseased portions of tho
car. There Is only ono wav to euro
uciuucss, unci tnai is uy constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
lnllamed condition of the mucous
llnliiL' or the Eustachian tube. When
this tube Is lnllamed you havo a
runililintr sound or Imnerfect hcariinr.
and when it Is entirely closed, Deaf
ness is t le result, ami unless the
luunmatlon can bo taken out, and
tills tubo restored to its normal condl-
tlan hearing will bo destroyed for-
over; nine cases out or ten aro caused
by catarrh, which Is nothing but an
lnllamed condition of tho mucous
Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars
rorany case or Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured br
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F. J. Ciiknky, &Co., Toledo, O.
WrSold by druggists, 7io.
Notice to Bridge Contractors,
Notice is hereby given that no war
rants will bo drawn ror construction
or county bridges until contractors
forthosamo shall. have furnished to
the county court certllled receipts
showing that all labor and materials
entering Into tho construction of
such bridges havo been paid for.
G. P. Tkkhkll,
"a-d&wtr County Judge.
Notice to Contrnctera.
Ulils for tho erection or a poultry
building, at the stato fair grounds,
will bo oponed, at my olllce, Thurs
day, August 20th, at 1 o'clock p. in.
C. II. UunaaitAR
Notice to the Public.
Some very busy person, with more
time to attend to other people's af
fairs than his own, has reported that
wo aro not buying wheat now days at
tho mill. Plcaso tako notice that we
are at till times In tho market for
wheat. II. 11, Holland,
Agent Salem Flouring Mills Co.
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC.
Victims ot Lost Manhood tliould sood at
on. 11 Tin- n Iks)!;
that explains hotv
full inn uly vkor
13 costly, quickly
rwtoral. No man
weakneu caii tf.
font to incro this
I'oo3c tolls how
full atruutiih, do
Vetopmont ana tone aro imparled to ovary
portion of lha body. fvut 'with pvttlr
HUE MEDICAL GO., BUFFALO.N.Y.
Old housekeepers will tell
glass. You know it breaks
makes glassware brilliantly
Delightful to use for glass
Saves your hands saves
temper. Sold everywhere. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
SL Louis. Chloano. NowYorfc, Boilon, Philadelphia, San Franclieo.
I probably come nenrer making
presents or tills kind than any one
else.as the following will demonstrate.
I believe tlint In mv L'lasscs Is em
bodied all that is possible In
workmnnsliln. material and duality,
and I spare no pains to make correct
Ills of tho lenses and frames. Con
sultation and examinations free. No.
23i Commercial street. Come and see
me. Chakli:s II. Hinges.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
Won't "yellow the clothes."
Won't burn your hands.
Nothing equals It.
Hettcr than soap.
Extra largo packages.
Soap Foam Washing Powder.
HIRES Rootbeer con
tains the best herbs, berries
and roots nature makes for
rootbeer making. Take no
Mut.ooirbj Th. obiriu r.. nirti r... rbtu4ipUi.
A Ka. p4cktg mtk.i s g&U.ai. Bold trrvbert.
There's mora clothing destroyed by
noor sonn than bv actual wear. "Hoe
Cako" sonn contains no free alkali and
will not Injure tho llncst lace. Try it
and notlco tlio (lluercnco in quality.
Anothlii Salk. Tho Motor Hall
way will again bo bid off Tuesday,
if MAIL, I3UKMC1N
I Mas No Equal
2 SOLD nvnRYWHERO I
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 rass seeds.
TO UENT Dcuhle cottage on South Com
mercial and llellevlew. two blocks from nost.
office. Hot water and baths; modern lm-
provemenu. Inquire 85 Uommerclnl. 21 6t
FOU SALE OK TUAUli. An elegant 12T
aero tract orland In Hampden Park addition,
on Asylum avenue. Will trade for residence
property In Salem Address W., care Jour
nal. FOR SALE OK TKAUU-S acres ImT
proyed farm land, 4 miles east of Salem, with
new houso. new barn, running water; will
sell or trade for cheaper land. Address O.
M. Reeves, Salem. Or. 737 im
FoK SAl.lv Driving mare for sale at a bar
galn; weluht about 1160; good traveler, In-
fllllre of Wm. ltrnum Xr f'rt tr if
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CARPET PAPER Urge lot ot heavy
brown wrapping paper (or sale cheap, jus
the thing for pulling under carpets. Call a
Mrs. C. M. Onle ivlll rx.rmrn lirr L-in,lr.
garten, including pilmaiy department in sep.
arate room. Also
Training Class for Kindergarty
ncrs in September,
COLT TAKEN UP.
A threeVmr-nlil rnl, Iviw rnlnr an.l 1.!
star in forehead, was taken up by the undej-
sigucu. uwner can nave, same uy proving
property and paying costs. Gall at place, 5
miles cast of Salem, on Micleav raid.
you that hot water "rots"
clean iu warm water or cold. ;
or silver, tin or wood or paint. ;
your time, your strength, yourj
ON THE DOLLAR,
Ed, S, Lamport,
289 Commercial st
Haslbought the Frank E, Shaf
fer and the M, Bcamcr harness
stocks at forced sale, $4,000
worth ot goods will be disposed
of at 50 cents on the dollar.
Sign of the White Horse,
Salem Steam Laundry
Please noticcthc cut ia prices
on the followingi
Shirts, plain 10 cents
Under drawers 5 to 10 cents
Under slims 5 to 10 cents
Socks, per pair 3 cents
Handkerchiefs I ceni
Silk handkerchiefs 3 ccms
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
and other work In proportion.
Flannels andjjothcr work inJJ
tcllipcntly washed by hand,
Col, J, Olmsted Prop,
WANTED. Solicitors for campaign book
"Bryan. Sewall and Free Silver." authorized
by llryan, written by R. L. Metcalf, Editor
Umaiia WorliMierald, appointed author by
llryan. Contains speeches and platform, A
bonanza for agents, a free silver mine lor
workers. Only $1 50. The only aulnorizcd
book. So per cent. Credit given. Freiaht
paid. Outfit free, begin now with choice
of territory. Permanent, profitable woik for
'06. Address' The National Ucok Conce n,
Star building, Chicago. 8 10-301
Eastern R. H. Company
LYAQUINA2IIAY ROUTE. '
Connecting at Yaqulna Hay withthef-'a
Francisco & Yatjulni bay Steamship Co.
Sails from Yanuina every S days for San
Francisco, Coos bay, Port Orford, Trinidad
and Ilumbolt Day.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or points west to San
Francisce: Cabin, $6; steerage, $4; to Coos
bay and Port Orford, cabin 6; to Humboldt
bay, cabin $S; round trip, good Co days, $t6.
YAOUINA HAY '
Hie most popular seaside resort on the
North Pacific Coast. No undertow surf
bathing absolutely safe.
For thuse wishing to combine hunting and
fishing with aquatic sports, this resort has no
equal. Deer, bear, elk, cougur, brook trout
and salmon trout can bi found in abundance
within a few hours' dihe of the bay.
HP-Reduced rates to all points.
EDWIN STONE, Manager, Ccrvallis, Or.
I. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. P. HALDWIN. Loral Agent.Altona Dock
"I bring you good tidings of great joy,
which shall be unto nil people."
A "BIBLE KEY"'
"Therian of the Ages." J
Till le tl.t. 1ucft ...a. I. jt !.. lltt.l. . I
issued from the pross. It gives a complete
explanation of all the doctrinal subjects of
the holy scriptures, presenting the wonderful
harmnnv. &imnltrtt nn.l tux..... nr -.i.
plans for the redemption of tne human
family from sin and death. Tho work is
complete in three (3) volumes, all for $1.
Address T. H. LLOYD, 164 Waller street,
Salem, Or. 7.17.1m
SALEIVf WATER CO.
vwcei wuiameue riotel uuimin"'
ror water servir antiiu a, nn. im
payable monlhlv in .ln. r.i.. .
complaints at the office.
There will lie no deduction in water rate
on account o( temporary absence from the
city unless notice is left at the office,
f iafi watcr for ,r,i8lion will only be
furnished to regular consumers using water
tor domestic purpose. Contractors for side
H. 1 .. tck J'j,and Plastering will please
Eli u rb.uJ d "e.P'P'" l)aBC 17 of
M.ncuuie 01 rates tor 1H03
for copy. 93, API"y ar
Tho Rnnu rrndUnnn ""
An v.lv.i ....' - .- "WO(l
C H. MACK. .:
Suct-efsor lo Dr. J. M. Keenr, old White
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate fee in any branch are
in epecinl request.
Peter G, Norgren,
(Formerly with P. J.Larsen & Co )
Carriage and wagon shop, 320 Commercial
street, tiring on yo.ir work, old or new, and
have it dene with a guarantee of 'satisfaction.
6 26d&w tf
WHAT IS SAID.
Borne say we give the best mealln
town for 15c. We say try us and see.
S. RICHARDSON. PROP.
Second door north of Hotel Willamette.
Stago headquarters centrally located at
"'I he Anderson" for lines leaving Salem.
Slates there for orders. All packages and
parcels left thetc will be cared for. Waiting
parlors, good rooms, and meals at all hours.
GEO. W. ANDERSON, Prop.
Meets all masl and passengir trains, bag
gage und express to all parts of tbe city.
Prompt sci vice. Telephone No. 70.
to chop cord wool. The Labor Exchange
wants n numbc, of good wood choppers at
once. Apply at warehouse.
U. J. SHARP,
8 4 tf Manager.
!- H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a plalty of fine repair work, Setb
Dicni.-i clurkk, etc., 215 Commercial Street
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
considered without delay
HAMILTON & MOI.t
Bush bank bulldin9.
MONEY TO LOAN!
On city or farm properly.
Over bush's bank,
T. K. FORDJ
C. H. LANE,
2ttCj.mil- 'til t . Silo n Or
!7Suilii $15 upwai is. 1'. ntsf upwands-Fj
W0LZ & M1ESCKE Props.
Dealarsln alFkinds of fresh an. I salt meats
nffFresh sausago a specially,
171 COMMERCIAL ST
I. B. DROWN,
187 Commercial street. B Salem. Oregon.
SftSSRJIISiKSKl.t" .'"S- "'
1 K rmt.lc,
pi.o,-. .y"w'. '
" Mfr.M"Sulp'.0I1?n Ponaer-teautlfyto,l
. reiresutiiB, clcanlr. he ihfui j v..i...''
I A Collcato, Intlilblo protoctlon to tho ca. I
I Mniryox ""'OJWHSrS a mag-1
1 1UJV IU fri. ... . 1
AT DKUaaiBTS akd FANCY STORES.
tii . .) .1 a non-nclsomu
reuHxijr or Uouorrbie
:. it-a).yi '!, unnatural ui
Jwif SitcwI T3 cnarcm, or n luHimma
-3 .i uri. Hod, Irritation or ulcra-
, -rru Moujao. tiqa of iniicou nicni
. u rticErik CritUiCilCo. branM. Mou-utrlncrut.
eiNaiisiti.o.anB r "rniiBi.
FOUNTAIN WASHER !
California Express Train-Kun ,l .
8non. m.l I vi..rrrr-! ilfS?!
..- 1 r',u"iiaiui, .a, nr-
".f Lv Salem.. A'l2.n.
: train. .... TTf TZdl P ta.
Above trains jioua7"7::7fn--r-U2LP5-City,
Jellerson Alluny! Allt' S J.k
Shcdds, Hahey, Ilarrlsbur.l. Junct'lT'"
tuBeiie, Cresw.ll, Ur.in.V aKu ?'
from Roseburg to Ashland, Inclusive ""'
DINING CARS OX OODENToijit
PHI t AnTMirn..-.....w. ,.r- &
and sccond-clas, sleeping caaitSSi,,,
throunh in!... "win
W KST Sinr.' nuncio.
Between Portland and Corvallii, dsllr (
CeM Sunday 1 ' ' ltt-
7:30 a.m. I Lv.
12: 15 pm. I Ar.
' "Qi H.m.
... " jiiu v-orvams connect lih
trains of Oregon Central &Eattem RsilrSj.
Express train dally except Sands;.-
4!4S P- m.l lv. I'ortland Ar. I IJacLm"
7S P. m. f Ar. McMlnTllleLT 1 c-iil. .
iu uii poinu m tne jtajtern blstes, Csnsdi
and Europe can be obtained st lowest run
from W.W. SKINNER, Ant,Slea
E. P. ROGERS. Asst. G. & tV7
R.KOEHLER. Manager. '
k Si. Paul By.
GLANCE AT THIS MAP-
Of the Ch'cago, 'Milwaukee and St. Pnl
Railway and note its connection with sll
transcontinental lines at St. Pul and Onib,
and remember when going esst that its uVw
are lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment is superb. Elejisl
DufTet, library, smoking and ileeplnecan,
with free reclining chairs. Esch sOetploff
car leitlihas an electric reading bop, m
IU dining cars aro the best io lhexU.
Other lines are longer than this, but bom
arc shorter, and no other offers tbe shore Iu-
iirir,n nri-nrnmrvlnllnns. TllMe SIC SUBClcat
reasons for the popularity of "Ths Miltss- J
!,.. Tnnnnn ileket auents in every rail-
road ollice will give yon lunner n.im.-r
or address , .
j ..1..- irHHtioii
C. J. EDDV, General rteni,
J. W. CASEY, Trar. I'sss. Ajrei.
Union Pacific System,
. .. Tinril
91 Ibrough Pullman Palace wP 'i,
eepera and FreeJ Reclining Cbttar
Portland to Chicago.
n .in. are heated b:tem 1
lighted by Pintsch Hgbt
lime to v-iih.k", j - s
Time to New York. 4 Jj ,jthan ce
Whlrh Is many hours quicurj"
For rates, time tables and tun.
BOISE s0 SABKSM,
Jv. Portland ai Tuurr
lv- Salem lv $&'
So.ltll I " -r-
4:00 juii. lv. Portland a?iS
0:16 p.m. ar. Sale K 12?-1"-
" - n - U.IHI H tn
Jf, PAUL ,
-.8" . 4 I
xoOC,T X -M
1'ilcc 35 cents a bo. For sale by Fred A 1
f r JJr mJ ? Jr L m
w Vt -C t fc wpC
8 tt im J. Ut PICKENS.
0,8.1. JM P '" Paia wrariwr.
11m ,r s iviTn. iv
der, ytpr J'
a- K (Hrrnlar unt an rMDtti