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LINK TO rOHTLAND.
Altbna and Ramona
Ponlanl. 6145 a. m.
S.iUm 7 n. m , except Sunday.
Quickftlme.egular service arm cheap
j,, ....rates ...
s , 1 M. V. BALDWIN,
A big lino of all silk sntln
ribbons lit popular prices.
Nos. G and 7, all colors fie.
Nos.Oto 22 liiuluslyo, nil
Eo. 40, In nil colors, good
for millinery' use, Ific.
x UUI flu
of any $1,00
Take a look at the north
window, (some of the very
choicest colorings in cotton
draperies oyer shown. Exact
Imitations of tbo silks.
A number of elegant col
orings In the Persian velvets
00c and $1 the yard.
SOME 8ALEM IMPROVEMENTS.
City Hail To Be Finished, Nov. I3t
Salem's annual building boom Is
now In progress and 'ere tho winter
rains commence, several additional
and handsome structures will have
been added to the large
BROKE HIS TH1QH.
Eugene Gibson Falls ao Feet With Seri
Between midnight and 2 o'clock
this morning Eugene Gibson, aged 20
years, son of "Doc" Glbson.one of Sa
lem's elllulent policemen, met witn nn
number of , "'o"unatc accident mat. may iuu
iw....tt..i .i,iMrt i.. 4im minUii nunc uencncuu to mm in uiujhuuiu
city. Several carpenters about town since ho lias been taught a severe les-
wlin linvn lu.Pi! nnr, tit PinnloVlllCtlt for . Hon. 1AWUL Z O'CIOCK WHS mull...' ..
some time but have some capital, are
utilizing their time by erecting rcsl .try where
$1,25 or $1,50
J, J, Dalrymple Co,
Hound Over. Lewis Weston and
Gilbert Murray, who woro arrested
yesterday charged with lurcony ol
goods from Jake Kingman's saloon at
Gorvals, wcro given a hearing at that
city yesterday. Acting District At
torney J. IL McNnry appeared for the
state. The men were bound over to
appear before the grand Jury under
8250 bonds each, In default of which
they wcro committed to the county
ii- i mm'
A Woman's Cluii. A number of
Salem ladles have called on tho llryau
latlhcatlon committee to announce
that they are anxious to organize a
Hryanclub. It is quite surprising to
know the number or prominent and
Inllucutlal women who arc fpr llryau
In this campaign. Salem women ex
press resentment at mi Oregon 'news
paper's slurring references to Mrs.
Jlrymiiis "country-bred" and It would
not-bo surprising irtho feeling took
shapu In quite a strong club organization.
DisTiNouifliiKD ViBi-ron. During
the coming week Salem will liavo a
distinguished visitor, in the person or
D. M. Drowning, commissioner of In
dian affairs, department of tho inte
rior. The commissioner Is on a tour
or tho coast, and will visit Chemawa
to call upon Superintendent Potter
and Inspect tho oxtenslvo work now
going on at that Institution.
Itiairr IIkkk At Homk. Tho onu
problom that most Interests all Is a
fair degreo of prosperity In our own
midst. Many think thoy cannot con
tribute to this end, but forgot that
tho llttlo things mako tho great. For
Instance smoko La Corona cigars and
Hum holp support ono of Salem's fac
tories that contributes to tho goneral
Tomorrow oyonlngat 8 o'clock tho
mission forces of tho First Christian
church of this city will hold an open
air meeting on Marlon square. Special
inuslo under tho direction' of Prof.
Allan. Addresses by Itov. n. A. Don
ton, pastor or tho church, and llov. K.
T. Nesblt, or Portland.
Swkkts Foil Thk Swhct. Cholco
honoy -only 10 cents a cakn at Sonne-
mail's, 124 Sta to street.
Uuckleas Arnica Salve
The ben Salve In the world for Cuts,
Sores. Bores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever
ami all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Bruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
Live per fee satisfaction or money refunded.
I'rlce 25 cents a box For sale by Fred A
E. C. Ilcrrcu Is home fropt Eugene.
If. J. Ottenhclmcr was an Aurora
Win. Urown returned this aftcruoon
from Seal Hocks.
J lev. r. u. liclzler left this morn
ing for Portland. , '
W. O. Westacott returned last even
ing from Portland.
J. C. White, of Crowley, was a
Salem visitor today.
James Kylo was a homo coming pas
senger on the 2:20 local.
Julius PIncus, the hopbuycr, was an
up-valley passenger this morning.
Jordan Purvlno returned this after
noon, (from a brief visit at Albany.
Miss Etta Williamson went to Tur
nor on tho Hoscburg mall this morn
ing. Miss Edna Ptirdy wont to Turner
this morning for a short visit with
Mrs. Dr. A. L. Derbyshire, or Stay
ton, is the guctt of Mrs. G. II.
LcoStolnerand Dr. E. B. Phllbrook
lcrt for Ncskowln and Slab Creek
Itcprcscntntlvc-elcct II. L. llarklcy
camo up rrom Woodbttrn on ' tbo
Mrs. Mary Adolph and family re
turned this afternoon, from a sum
mer's visit at Newport.
Chas. Smith, formorly S. P. yard
master In this city camo down rrom
Iloboburg no the early morning train.
Dr. D. A. Paine, or tho Insane asy
lum, went to Portland this morning
on business, expecting to return this
Judge J. J. Murphy re turned last
ovonlng rrom Portlund where ho went
to sco h Is son Chester start ror Palo
Earl Hoopongartuur, Southern Pa
cific agent at Myrtlo Creek, Southern
Or., arrived In tho city this morning,
and will visit friends for several davs.
Ed. Sullivan, a well known Usher
man residing at Newport, who has
been In the city ror sovcral days look
ing up tho llsh business, left this
morning ror his home.
John Caldwoll, who formorly con
ducted -ii bowling alloy In this city,
loft this morning for Walla Walla
whuro he expects to ongago In similar
state Mupt. u, M, Irwin went to
Portland this morning, llefore re
turning to Salem Mr. Irwin will visit
North Yaklnia,.Wn., linker City and
other Eastern Oregon points.
Mrs. O. 1). Pall, who has been visit
ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. Halsley
atStayton, loft last night ror her
homo at Genoa, Neb. She was ac
companied by her sister Miss Josto
Haliloy, who Is well known In Salem,
having attended Willamette Univer
sity last year.
dences for themselves, thus cutting
down expenses by doing nivay with
The admiration of Salcmltcs for our
new city hall Increases as that struc
ture ncars completion. When tho
building Is turned over to the City by
tho contractors it will no doubt bo
one of, if not the handsomest build
ings ever constructed considering tho
amount appropriated for the erection
thereof. It can well be a source of
prldo to every Salcmltc. The build
ing Is a combination of art and util
ity. In meandering about the streets
yesterday In quest of news, a Jouit
nal representative called at the city
hall where ho found Contractor F. P.
Southwlck and force of men busily
engaged applying the finishing
touches to the second floor on which
arc located the council chamber, lire
loddlcs' quarters and tho various city
officials' ulltccs. Tho radiators for
heating and the boilers havo arrived
and will bo placed In position as soon
as the work on tho building will
permit. Contractor Southwlck ex
pects to havo tho second
lloor completed by September Cth, as
far as carpenter work Is concerned.
Plumbers and milliters will follow the
carpenters, and the pleasant rooms come the effects of the opiates admin
I tAi... ti ci.,.!.. rntiit-imil fmtti r.lmr.niin-
tlUlill J-., tjllll.l lUklll .IV... ... ... - -
he had been visiting a pa
tient nnd. needing some additional
medicine before making further calls,
Dr. Shaw proceeded to tho Holman
building. He went to the second
floor to arouse lien Ilrooks, prescrip
tion clerk ror Lunn & Brooks, tho
druggists thiithetiilglitobtaln the ne
cessary medicine. Upon approaching
Mr. Brooks' room which Is located in
tho rear c'nd or the second floor, Dr.
Shaw heard some one gioanlngas If
In intense pain. Ho soon ascertained
from what source groaning came and
at once hastened down stairs and onto
the street whero ho found Police Gam
ble to whom he stated his discovery.
Togotlicr they returned to tho
building and awoke Mr. Brooks
who at once unlocked the
store through which they passed
to the back room. Hero another door
was unlocked and Gibson was found
lying on bis face on the floor. He
was dragged Into the room ?nnd an In
vestigation revealed the ract that his
left hip had been badly shattered by
the fall. Ho was taken at once to the
Salem hospital when Dr. Shaw and
Dr. Byrd reduced the painful fracture.
Mr. Gibson was resting as easily today
as could boexpectcd under the clrcuni-
stnnccs, although he has not yet over-
will soon be ready for occupancy.
J. B. F. Tutlilll, superintendent or
the gaswoiks, Is having an addition
built on to his beautiful residence, on
tho corner of Cottage and Marlon
streets. Contractor F. B. Southwlck
Is superintending the work, which
will Involve an expenditure or about
$1000. . ,
Jos. Myers, who recently purchased
the Cook hotel property, Is having a
valuable addition built thereto. It
will consist of sample rooms and other
departments necessary to tho con
venience of tho many patrons ofj this
house. Tho now proprietor proposes
to expend about $000 on the property.
County Assessor D. D. Cofley Is
erecting a small but serviceable barn,
on his residence property, corner or
Center and Fourteenth streots. It
will cost nearly $200, when completed.
The residence or B. F. Forstner, on
North Commercial street, Is rapidly
ncarlng completion. When tho work
has been completed It will be 0110 or
tho handsomest residences lutlicclty.
Geo. Walto's lino now residence, on
Twentieth street, is nbout completed,
and will soon be ready ror, occupancy.
Mr. Walto will romovo, to Salem,
rrom his farm, near Zena.
C Van Patten, until lately carpen
ter at the Chemawa Indian Training
school, Is building a handsome resi
dence, on his property, on tho corner
or Mill and Twenty-first street. Mr.
Van Patten has boon transfercd from
tho Chemawa school to a similar
school, In Montana,ror which place ho
will leavo this fall, but his family
will rcsldo In Salem.
Buy the BestSC
Wc sell theJ"Albert'fast, black
and tan liosicry,
Foster's Kid Gloves,
F, & G, Corsets,
Sailer Lewcn & Co, and Chas.
K, Fox's ladles' fine shoes,
Lewis A. Crossett's men's fine
"UUle Giant" sclMioes,.
,Wiilk Bros, i Co.
. , court unayjioeriy.
Tho Cash l Dry jadodsrclothlDgatl(l f
Who Hb Is. Tho public has a
slight curiosity to know who W. T.
IMgdon Is, who has the temerity to
attempt it reply to Hon. T. T. Geer at
tho armory Saturday night. Tho gen
tleman Is u boir-mado man, so far as
education goes, having attended Wil
lamette university five months In all.
Air. ldgdou was a Bopubllcau niitl
monopoly member or tho Oregon leg
islature In 1882. Ho Is now chairman
or tho Salem city council arvd a silver
Itoimbllcau who Is supportlhg Bryan
Fhksh Salmon Halibut, sturgeon,
smelt nnd chlchons to fry mid stow.
Ducks well in fact every thing kept In
a tlrst class fish and poultry market.
1)1 Court street.
A Pleasant Social Event.
Ycsteiday 11 party of Presbyterian
ladles met at tho homo or Mrs. C. D.
Purdy, corner or Mill and Winter
streots, when they enjoyed an old-fashioned
"rag bee." Needles and ton
gues tlttv in porrcct unison as they al
ways do when a party or ladles as
semble together ror a social time.
Bright colors wero at a prcinlum.each
or tho ladles endeavoring to make her
supply or rags tho most attractlvo; at
a rcasonablo hour a most excellent
dinner was served by the hostess.
Grave rears wero entertained bcroro
finishing tho bountiful repast, that
the rags would sulTer In tho afternoon
but lusteud the feast tended to revive
tho ladles. Mr. Purdy was tho only
gentleman present but ho proved him
self equal to tho occasion. Tho ladles
departed Into In tho afternoon having
spent 11 most enjoyablo day, and look
ing forward with considcrublo niitlcl-'
nation to an early repltltlon of so
pleasant an ovont, Thoso present
wore: Mrs. C. I). Purdy, Mrs. Win.
Steele, Mrs. S. P. Kimball, Mrs. M.A.
Thompson, Mrs. T. B. Jackson, Mrs.
It. 11. Lucas, Mrs. F. A. Moore, Mrs.
Geo. Goodhue, Mrs. E.P. Cochran.Mrs.
W.F. Boothby, Mrs. Beggs.Mrs. E. T.
Albert, Misses Edna and Ituth Purdy
and Llttlo Miss Ruth Goodhue.
Istured tills morning
It seems young Gibson was out Into
last night and about 1 o'clock this
morning prrcecded to the second floor
of tho Holman building with tho
probablo Intention of calling Ben
Brooks with whom ho Is well ac
quainted. Ho evidently passed down
the hallway the entire length or tho
building when he walked up to the
entrance way to Attorney Webster
Holmes' oillce. A window is located
at tho loft of Mr. Holmes' olllco door
and since It (the window) was left
open last evening and since Gibson
was round directly beneath It, tho
supposition Is that It was through
this aperture that he fell to tho lloor
beneath, a distance of about twenty
rcet. Directly beneath tho window
was a watermelon crato' which Gib
son Is thought to havo struck In his
descent, thus breaking tho rail consid
crablo. Otherwise Mr. Gibson might
nave been more seriously injured.
Financk Committees.-The cam
paign finance committees, or both
parties are hard at work. Tho
Bryan committee is not meeting
with overwhelming success. It Is
composed or tho follewing: (J. W.
M Inkier, W. G. Westacott, D. A.
Whlto, Wilson Putman and A. W.
Dennis. They have raised about
half of what Is needed rot tho Bryan
ratification and must appeal to pri
vate citizens, almost entirely, as tho
olllco holders are on tho other side, as
well as the bankers. Banker E. P.
McCormick, Senator 1. L. Patterson,
Geo. Rogers N. H. Loonoy, F. O.
Perrlne arc the Republican campaign
tlniincocoininltleo who canvassed tho
state hotiso this forenoon for an all
around contribution ror the Republl-
Southern Oregon Headquarters.
John G. Wright at tho Pioneer
grocery Is headquarters ror tho
choicest watermelons, cantcloncs.
peaches and tomatoes, Prices tho
lowest ror cash, and fruit tho best.
Stati: Institutions. Tho Oregon
school for tho blind will open on Sep
tember 15. Tho samo corps of teach
ers Will bo In cibnrL'n mulnr Knnt
Carter. The mute school under Sunt.
P. S. Knight will open October I and
ciass worK win oegtn uclober 7.
Electric Light Plant.
An electric light plant for Hip slate
reform school lias been purchased and
paid for and l now being put In. The
electrical machinery win purchased
from the Northwest Electric Engine
Company, of Portland. It consists or
n 22o-llght dynamo and attachments,
and cost $7i:i. The engine and boiler
cost $900, and was purchased rrom
Henshaw, Scwall and- Cawston, of
Portland. The engine Is a48-horso
power, and tho boiler 75-horse power
capacity. The total cost, Including
freight charges, was $1710.20.
This plant would havo been placed
at tho Bchool several months ago, but
Tor tho threatened Injunction or the
Salem Light and Power Company.
This company hasa contract with tho
state to light the state Institutions,
and it was claimed the state board
had no authority to purchase a plant.
The electric company has passed Into
the hands of a receiver, and tho couit
has not yet indicated what course will
To the Taxpayers of Marion County.
The county boaid of equalization
will convene at 1) o'clock a. in., Aug
ust .11, 1800, nnd will be in session six
consecutive days. D. D. Coffey,
county assessor. d&w
Ik Best od Ear
Tc en ntrrrtTtrti-fc4rrt4 K 1f ...1 4
rfzxzz "" rc w them,
.. 7 . .... .j j-uuiomccu not to
Wear the KidFitting and have comfort, fit and durabiiit
Full Line From 50
.- 7(r. rxr
257 Commercial st.
Do you like Dcvclcd Ham 1 If so try our 5ccnt
article it's all right. W.c have some very Jgood
canned Apricots that wc are closing out at 10c,
Washing ammonia, full quarts, 15c per bottle.
HflRRITT & LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery.
Agents for WorldBcatcr So:p,
Voik, Aun 27 Silver, IS,
Court House News.
County Treasurer O. L. Ilirwnls
prepared to cash all school wai rants
that may be presented at his oillce.
Hermann Melsscrschmldtand Ldia
GocU was tho happy couple to whom
County Clerk L. V. Ehlcn today issued
a marriage license.
Deputy County Cleric F. A. Turner
today issued the largest bounty war
rant ho has over been called
upon to issue, since he assumed tho
duties of deputy clerk. The fortu
nate person to whom the warrant was
Issued, was D. Parker, who presented
live coyote scalps,Jtlio bounty for which
Is $2.50 per head. Other bounty war
rants Issued today wcre: F. N. King,
$1.02; JErnest Bowcn, $1.03,
Old You Ever.
Try Electric Hitters as a remedy for your
troulte? II not, get a bottle now and get
relief. This medicine has been found to be
peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of
all Female Complaint:), exert a wonderful
direct influence in giving strength and tone to
the organs. If you have loss of Appetite,
Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or
are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melan
choly or troubled with Dizzy Spell, Electric
bitters is tho medicine you need. Health and
Strength are guaranteed by its use. Fifty
entsand $!,ooet Fred A, Legg.iDrug Store
SWAItTZ-JANZEN.-At tho homo
of Mrs. T. N. McCauley, In South
Salem, Wednosdiy. August 20, 1890,
Maltic Swart, to I) R .lanzon, Roy.
P. S. Knight oitlclatlng.
MULKEV. At the state Insane asy
lum, Wednesday, August 20, 1800, J.
T. MulkeyKaged 70 years.
Deceased was received mm Eugene
about two weeks nnu, to which place
tho remains were sent, this morning,
Chicago, Aug. 27 -Ilfw.
3 60; heavy .553 20.
i-heep Strong; lambs, study,
sS?JR. AUG ',-Wh", ",h55,'t
Portland, Aug 27. Wheat
52; Walla Walla, 4S.U0,
Hour-Portland, 285; Benton com,
2.85; graham, 2.30; superfine, $i.je v, J
Uats-Whtte, 3o3tc; grey, 2$2yIu
In bags, $4.2505.25, barrel, Tsia,,:
canes, 3.75. ,,w'1
Potatoes.. Oregon, 7Scfi8j per k
Hay. .Good, tolo.50 per ton.
Wool.. Valley, 89c; Kastcrn Onm
57C ' '
Poultry- Chickens, mixed,3j 5e: toi
ers. i.252.2s; ducks, $213 ; jew, vS,.
turkeys, llvo, 10.
Hides., creen, salted Co
60 lbs 44c; sheep pelts, to7oc
CASTOR I A
For Infants nnd Children.
Feed the Nerves
rioh blood and you need not fear
Notice to Taxpayers.
The delinquent tax rolls or Marlon
coudty, Oregon, are now In my hands
for collection. All persons paying
delinquent taxes with tho next 20
days will save costs as at that tltno
all property upon which taxes havo
not been paid will bo advertised and
SOld. l T. WlUOHTMAN,
Sheriff of Marlon County, Oregon.
Dated Aug. f, 1800. 8-5d2w w4w
Two INSANKS.J. II. Powers, of
iiiiM-r county, .ige 41 years, and Miss
. iiMim uiuurco, 01 ucnton county
I probably come nearer
presents of this kind Mum
elso.as tho following will demonstrate.
x uoiiovo iiiat in my glasses Is em
bodied all that is posslblo In
workmanship, material and quality,
and I sparo no pains to mako correct
ins or 1110 lenses and frames. Con
saltation and examinations rreo. No.
2.'lo Commercial street. Conic and see
me. Charles JI. Hinges.
ngcH 1, years, wero today coinni
to 1110 asyiuni.
You'll ho siu prist.
Won't "yellow tho clothes."
Won't burn your hands.
Nothing equals it.
Hotter than 6oap.
Extra largo packages.
Soap Foam washl ngl'owder.r
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......... ,.,......,.. iiUIica wmn iikm 1 tin. r..Q.,l
tmpronerlv and inkulhetentiw: 1...1 ".""' '"'
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llVu, Id lll.l. nn.na. (aa.I 1 '""" v. w ..
Pure blood is their proper food.
Deafness Cannot De Cuied
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portions or tho
ear. Thero is only ono way to euro
deafness, and that Is by constitutional
reined les. Deafness Is caused by an
Intltuned condition of tho mucous
lillltU! Of tho Eiistnirbbin f ntuv AVlm,,
this tube is intlmned vnti linvn ,
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,
and when It Is entirely closed, Deaf-
ana unless tho
taken out. and
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 tiro not buying wheat now days at
tho mill. Please take notice that wo
aro at oil times In tho market for
wheat. H. P. Holland,
Agent Salem Flouring Mills Co.
Coffee Crop Doomed.
MadIud, Aug. 27. According toad
vices received here, rrom Havana,
Captain-General Weyler, In an Inter
view, continued the report that ho In
tends to Issue a decree ordering the
suspension or the fathering or tho
coffee crop. Ho Is quoted us admit
ting that this is u grave stop to take,
but ho claims It Is necessary in order
to deprive tho Insurgents or tho re
sources, upon which they count.
The captain-general did not deny
that tho suspension of Held work
might swell tho ranks of tho Insur
gents, but ho Insisted that tills was
letter than allowing tho nroceeds
from the crop to bo used In tho pur
chase or arms and ammunition. Ho
explained that u largo quantity or
arms and ammunition was landed in
Cuba last week, nnd ho asserted that
this could not havo been dono with
"Wocatinot punish tho authors;" ho
said, "as wo did in the case or the
Competitor. Wc must deprive tho
rebels or their subsidies from tho
Potatoes jo65c per
Oats -Milling, b'MW
Wheat. .42c per nu , market Arm
Hay.. baled, cheat, 7.50(38.00;
Hour., In wholesale lots, 3.00:
3.20; bran, bulk n.oo12.jo; sicked, 11.00;
shorts, ;i2.5o3'5; chop feed, Il.oo0
Poultry. .Hens 5c; Springchtclens, &lk
Hogs.. Dressed, 2M3ft.
Live Cattle.. 1 'i2.
Sheeu.. Live, 1.25.
Wool.. Best, 12VJC
Hops.. Best, 45o.
Eggs.. Cash. ioc.
Butter.. Best dairy, njc; fancy creiiwij
Farm Smoked Meats Ifcco. 6Jie; (mi
go; shoulders, 5c.
Chas. U. HnoJ, Broker aud Msnulicura''
Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies "' "
King's ffew Discovery his noeqwl sis
Cough remady. J. I). Brown, Prof of S.
James Hotel. Ft. Wayue, Ind.. lestsfiiS lU
he was cured of a Cough of two l,'
caueed by La Grippe, by
11 V r.rrll1
JJ. 4. '., ,1
Mass . says that he has used and reccomo"
it and never keew it to fall and wcaw r
have It than any doctor. Uciuse it W
cures. Mr Hemming. 2zz ')'".-,:
Chicago, always ke'ps itt trad a4 J
tear ol Croup, because uhuwh. -
Eree Trial Bottles
Fred A. Ufj' W
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
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1 ii- 1 . . . ",."..' mis llllfl rpSTnnn In It nnrmnl An.li
, mm uuru u.uou comes uy raking jooU''in.. i..i.: ..;.., " vv.iu.-
Satsaparilla, which is thus the greatest audi "". V ,U""K w" "2 ucsiroyea ror
best nerve tonic. It al.o builds up die whole l ?ors ',,U(J cases out or ten aro caused
system. 1 by catarrh, which is nothing but an
I Hood's Pills are the favorite family ''lllatlied condition Of tho UlUCOUS
cathartic, easy to take, easy to operate. j 8Ui,,nccs- "'
- ;, "oi'iHKiwunuuuiiareo .uotiars
' or nny caso or Deafness (caused by
Having Hoc Cake Soap in j SfafiVAft STW
kitchen or bath once culars; free.
1 ". J. ijiieney, &Co.,0'oledo, o.
JSTSold by druggists, 76c -
Most Perfect Made.
40 Yer the SUadrji
SAhTED.-Tho latest thing Is salted
bnow Drop crackers, atiSonneman's
grocery, 124 State street.
London, Aug. 27, A dispatch to
tho Telegraph from Lorenzo Marguez
says thoanthorltlcsat navul station
recently deliberately fired 011 a party
of Transvaal visitors who wero travel
ing In a steam launch, fatally wound
ing Mr. Landsberg. Tho consul rep
resenting tho Transvaal governmont
has demanded that an innuirv bo
inudo into tho affair. Thero is Intense
excitement and trouble la feared.
CmoAuo, Aug. 27. Tho Elgin Sow
ing Machine and Bicycle Company
havo made an assianmant. Tim ns-
sets nre estimated at $150,000; liabili
ties, 9100,000, ""v "'
Headquarters for tbo choicest of a
groceries anu vegetables at Sonne
Best in the Worwi
Oregon, 2 to 3c, according to out
ter..Orecn fancy cresmerr. jtSn?
fancy dairy, 20(3)25: fair to iwxl. uMia
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9,
ECE.. Oregon, Ujcperdoi.
Beef..Topsteers, 2.25(2.40 per lb; fas
to (jood steers. iV.(3ii VW. cowi. l'.(liV.t:
dreed beef, 3x,mltc.
SAN FKANClbCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Aug.J27-.WiMt, 96,
Wool.. Oregon, choice.ioiic; isfcriotj
7c, valley, 8oc.
Hops Quotable at 2ic.