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lly Capital Journal,
BY HOMIR BROTHERS.
FiMDAY, SEPT. Jl, 1896.
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J DMI.Y LINE TO PORTLAND.
Altona and Ramona
I Atl.V. ,
Si' m 7 .. w.f excpi buii'Iay.
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' Quicklime, regular sen ice and cheap
a ....rates ...
M M. P. BALDWIN,
f Agent, Salem.
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Black or drablaujr waistcd corset,
made of t;ood mutcrlitl. Tho best
value ever offered 50c. enclt.
Men's 4 Ply Collars,
All the latest shape. Auupportunlt)
to lay In u supply lOo. each.
Men's $10 Overcoats,
Black, blue or brown. A very swell
coat; fly front.
ONew line of capes and Jackets
J, J, Dalrymple Co,
D. V. Joseph went to Portland this
Dr. W.B. Morse returned this morn
ing from Portland.
E. P. McCornack returned last even
ing from Portland.
Tlon. and Mrs. F. C. Baker returned
to Portland this afternoon.
Rev. C. E. Kliewer went to Albany
this morning on a short visit.
Hans (J. Wahlberg was a north
bound passenger tills afternoon.
Mttttio Jones,tho Brooks' merchant,
was a Salem business visitor today.
S. M. Stock, tho dry goods merchant
vf aa iv Portland business visitor today.
F. VT. Stcusloff returned lust even
ing from a business trip to Portland.
Thos. Kuy returned this afternoon
from a business sojourn at Waterloo.
S A. Clarke wasa north bound pas
senger on the Salem local this morn
ing Mrs. F. It. Ohown of Portland Is tho
guest of Mr and Mrs. J. D. Suther
land". Mrs. J.P.IIummer left this morning
for a week's visit with friends at Phil
omath. Miss Allena M. Mcllen was a Port
land passlngcr via the Salem Local
Itov. Jno. Parsons went to Junction
City this morning expecting to return
Itusscl Coleman wont to Eugeno this
morning whero ho will attend tho
State Supt. G. M. Irwin returned
this morning from Forest Grove where
he ImB been on business.
George T. Cllno formerly of "Wood
burn, but temporarily located at
Klama, WubIi., Is in tho city.
Miss Alice M. Smith, of Monmouth,
wont to Eugono this morning and will
enter tho Stato University next week.
Miss Clara Condon came down from
Eugeno Thursday afternoon and is tho
guest of her sistor, Mrs. It. S. Bean.
Harry M. Ball, of Tacoma, came
down from lltoseburg and will visit
with F. E. Hodgklu for a few days.
Kev. Brown, of Portlund who has
been visiting his brother F. E. Brown
For men, women nnd children. The
"Albert" faat black, unsurpassed for
pure dyes and good wearing qualities.
Prices from 10o. up.
Reds, blues, blacks, irravs. browns. (
etc., 5c. a yard nnd up. Fiuo lino
twilled calicoes and printed black
One hundred new suits for men,
boys and children will arrive in a few
days. Wait for tho now arrivals and
get tho best values.
New Fedoras, stiff hats, crushers,
straight rims, planters otc.
Men's all nolid, stylish and service-
ablo shoes $1.50 a pair and up.
i rami up. iseucr
onesrj to 9h Big v
g values in laaies
and children's shoes.
Our now capes and jackets plea so
.Willis Bros, a Co.
Court and Liberty.
The Cash Dry Goods, plothlng (and
Shoe House. v
We are Salem agents for DR. JAE
GER'S SANITARY GOODS, and can
furnish any garment lie makes, or any
of his excellent sanitary stockinet by
the ycard. His Koods are higher than
common stuff, but not higher titan
ordinary line underwear, and In the
end are J-Ail i'HKAI'JUK man any
goods made or earth.
THIS IS A FACT, and has been
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That's the secret. Weal- them as
lone as you want to, and they always
retain that sort finish for which they
arc noted. Samples of the fabric can
be seen at our store. We can take
your order for any garment made, or
for the goods by the yard for making
children's and Infant's garments.
in this city, returned home this morn-ing-
Ilon. and Mrs. W. It. Bis'iop, of
Portland, are visiting at the home of
their son, C. P. Bishop on Capitol
Mrs. Jotdan and daughter, who
have been visiting relatives in tills
city returned to Portlund via the
Ruth thin morning.
J. O. Bozorth is home from Portland
where he attended a meeting of the
Northwest InsurancoAssoclntlon, as
a delegate from Salem.
James Bottger returned last even
ing from Portland where he has been
attending some racing events in
which his horses participated.
A. W. Geisy, who was formerly con
nected with the State Insurance Com
pany, has accepted the position of
special agent for the Norwich Fire
Insurance Company, his territory to
embrace Oregon, Washington and
Major S. Collins and Adjutant
General B. B. Tuttlc returned to Port
land this morning, having yesterday
examined the officers B. and I. In this
city, as to their litness for. the olllces
to which they have recently been
B. Campbell trallic manager, W. II.
Hurlburt, General Passenger Agent,
A. J. Rathbone, Supt. river division,
and B F. Overbaugh, traveling freight
agent,all of the O. R. & N. Company
came up on the Ruth last evening re
turning this morning.
Judge R. P. Boise, Attornay P. IT.
D'Arcy and E. Hofer went to Albany
this morning to attend the barbecue
there. Others on the train bound for
tho same place were Hon. II. L Bark-
loy,of Woodburn,Col. Frank V. Drake
Hon. Geo. E. Chamberlain, of Port
land. Correction. In Wednesday even
ing's Journal appeared an item re
garding the annual meeting of the
Young Peoples Allianco of the Evan
gelical church denomination, to bo
held In Salem, October 12-15 Inclusive.
By u typographical error that was
overlooked by the proof reader, the
item contained tho initials A. P. A
Instead of Y. P. A. Tho mistake Is
very much regretted and correction
cheerfully made. Everything now
points to a very enjoyable as well as
prolltablo meeting under tho aus
pices under this society of Christian
. i m
At Zena. Thursday ovenlng
Grange hall at Zona, Polk county, a
large crowd assembled and llllcd the
building to hear a stirring campaign
speech by John Bayne, tho Salem
lawyer, who is a- champion of Bryan
audibimetalllsm. Mr. J.E. Hosmer,of
Portland, presided and Mrs. Hosmer
accompanied the ladles Bryan quartet
on the guitar and also sung. Tho
quartet rendered some excellent
campaign songs, and Miss Gardner
sang n beautiful solo. It was a very
successful meeting and a credit to the
J. D. Stevens, of Clackamas county,
a veteran and survivor of Llbby
prison, will address the people, of Sll
verton, on Monday, September 14,
at Macleay, Tuesday, Septomber 15,
Auuivllle, Wcduesnay, Soptmber 10,
and Jefferson Tuesday, September 17.
Subject: "Freo Coinage of Silver and
Gold Without English Consent and
tho Inltlvo aud Referendum." Every
body come. Ladies especially Invited.
At Union Hill. There will bo a
rally of tho sliver forces at tho Union
II 111 churoh, near Whlteaker, Tuesday
ovonlng, September 15th. Good
speakers will bo nut from Salem, and
there will bo a Bryan club organized,
At Aumsville. A Bryan Bl
metallic club will bo organized at
Aumsvillo Saturday ovenlng, Septem
ber 12. Three speakers will be in at
tendance from Salem, and other
speakers from thatpartof tho county.
To the Taxpayers of Marion County.
Tho cnmit v Itrmrrl (if fnnnllrnt Inn
will convene at 0 o'clock a. in., Aug
ust 31, 1600, and will be In session six
consecutive davs. D. 1). Coffev.
couuty assessor, d&w
STATE HOUSE NEWS.
R.G. Conner, of McMlnnville and
R. E. Shine, of Empire City, were
today commissioned notaries public,
Buttevllle Lodge, No. 59, 1. O. O. F.
today fllcd articles of incorporation
with Secretary Klncald. The capital
stock Is SCiOOantl the Incorporators
are E. A. M. Cone, W. It. Scheurcr,
and G. A. Elilen. Like articles were
also filed by Albltia Camp No. 11)1,
Woodmen of the World, of Portland.
Property valued at 9200. Those filing
the articles were: E. E. Smith, T. II
Adams and G. W. Ycager.
This morning Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Selinskl, of .Mission Bottom, were
arrested oil separate complaints
charged with assault and battery on
the person of Mrs. Ruth Sayres last
Monday. Mrs. Zelinski was arraigned
before Recorder Edes this morning.
The following Jury was secured: F.J.
Cattcrlln, It. A. Crossan, G. G. Van
Wagner, G. Stelner, J. G. Barr and
John Savage, Jr., when an adjourn
ment was taken until 1 o'clock. At
that hour the trial was resumed. All
persons were excluded from the court
room witli the exception of the re
spective counsels, the complaining
witness, the defendant, stenographer
and newspaper men. District Attor
ney S. L. Hnyden, assisted by Wm.
Kaiser is prosecuting the case while
Geo. G. Blncham appears for the
defendant. The whole fracas seems
to have arisen over a misunderstand
ing of the lease existing between
Zelinski and Mrs. Sayres. In the
original lease Mrs. Sayres reserved for
herself the pasture and the orchard,
which Is located not far from the
house. It seems on Monday that
Mrs. Sayres was picking fruit from
trees nbout the house a short distance
from the orchard when Zelinski and
his wife approached and shortly after
beganjthe trouble. Z"llnski asserted
that Mrs. Sayres had no claim to the
fruit on the grounds that the trees
were not directly in, or joined to, the
At press hour the trial is still in
New Hops. Seven bales of this
years hop crop were received at the
Southern Pacific warehouse on Front
street today. They were raised by G.
W. Hubbard on the Croisan farm
near Salem and are a fair sample of
this year's product. Tho hops will he
stored for several days, preparatory to
SCIINEIDER-SCIIMITT At the
Marlon county court house at 11 a.
m. Thursday, September 10, 1890,
Mrs. Anna Schneider, of Los An
geles, to Chas Schmltt, of Turner,
County Judge G. P. Terrell otliciat
ing. State of Ohio, City or Toledo. I
Lucas County, j ss
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F.J. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL.
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh
thnt cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.
.,. . A. W. Gleason,
i Seal. V Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimnnials
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
rSold by Druggists, 75c.
Mrs. Pamell Sinking.
Dublin, Sept. 11. Mrs. Delia
Stewart Parnell, mother of the late
Irish patriot, Is seriously 111 at Dray, a
pretty suburb of the Irish capital.
Her friends In this city fear the re
sult, as Mrs. Parnell Is very old and
has been quite weak even since she
was assaulted at Bordentown, N. J.,
some tlmo ago. Then, too, she was
further weakened by an accident
which sho suffered on tho ship while
crossing tho Atlantic on her recent
voyago to Ireland. This Is anything
but encouraging toher friends, who
believe that tho end is near.
Wanted All girls to know tluiflloe
Cako" will not make their hands red
like common soap. Save tho wrappers.
They are wortli a cent apiece. J 0 tf
Call for Warrants.
Notlco is hereby given that I have
funds on hand to pay all warrants
presented prior to April 4, 1805, and
interest will ccaso on the same from
date of this notice.
G. L. Brown,
Dated Sept., 10, 1890. 9-10-0td
The Journal silver supplements
t $1 a hundred nro going off rapidly.
u'liso u niiio 111 nu 01 dimes ana quar
ters and supply all your neighbors
with campaign litcraturo up to date.
Soap Foam Washing Powder
will not make the clothes yel
low nor burngjthe 'hands,
LETTERS FROM THE EAST.
A Journal- Editor's Notes En Route tu
Rawlinos, Wyo., Sept. 0, 1800.
Our second dnvs travel was a severe
run from Pocatello, Idaho, to Raw
lings, Wyoming, nearly 400 miles In
daylight. There are very few attract
ions on the load.but it Isa long stride
by the most direct route. In the
'morning we noticed not a few stock
' ranches, where alfalfa and other hay
' Is raised by irrigation. The afternoon
carried us into central Wyoming
through a vast area of grease wood
and notliiiiir desert unci bad lands.
At Gicen river our train was joined
by the one from San Francisco, giving
us fifteen mammoth coaches and mak
ing an elaborate caravan. The only
point of Interest ftom this point to
Rawlins is Rock Springs, where a
rich coal bed Is located. Here a fair
town has grown up as a result of the
extensive mining carried on by the
company. Shortly before reaching
Rawlins our engine was disabled.
Fortunately we were near a water sta
tion and a side track. Here we waited
until a frelgt train pulled along and
pushed us to town, where a new pro
peller took us in charge. The place
of the break down was rightly named,
being Red Desseit station.
At a forlorn looking station with
three shanties, on the alkali plain,
was noticed a grave It was marked
with a plain white head board and
surrounded by a neat white fence.
This undoubtedly marked the resting
place of a brave pioneer, who had
contributed his life for the comfort of
the traveling public. An Irishman
on board our train remarked, in a
manner characteristic of hisrace,
that he "would rather live there dead
On our car was A. Roedlger, mana
ger or the Tacomo News, he Inquired
with much interest after his old
friend Reuben Boise, of Salem, who
was at one time city editor on his
paper. He related how our popular
young Salemite was punctured, while
thus engaged, by a bullet from the
weapon of an offended patron, who
shot at the fighting editor and hit the
wrong man. Mr.Roediger was taking a
sad trip. His wife and four-year-old
son were visiting In Brooklyn, N. Y.,
nnd he was called to the bedside of
the child, who was reported dying of
scarlet fever. Our fast train seemed
to move very slowly for the afflicted
father, whose heart was with his dear
ones so far away.
We also had with us an aged Swiss
woman, who was a helpless cripple
from rheumatism. Her son had come
after her to take her to the bedside of
her aged husband at Kansas City.
Botli were very low, and neither ex
pected to see the other again in this
life. A passenger talked German with
the good lady, and she told him she
had worked ever since the boom burst
to pay off a $1000 mortgage on their
home. It was just accomplished, and
now both she and her husband were
helpless physically. She took courage
from the sweet belief that the bur
den being off their minds and being
reunited in their freed home would
give both relief from their physical
distress. But now, that it is all paid
for by years of hard toll the home is
not wortli the redemption price.
It does not take many days' travel
to convince one that more people
travel from trouble than for pleasure.
Aside from those traveling on busi
ness, those going for pleasure form a
very small proportion.
A gentleinam came aboard accom
panied by half-a-dozen women of
varying ages, all well dressed and
commanding his divided attention,
when in the neighborhood of Utah a
suspicion was awaked among the pas
sengers that ho was a full-fledged
Mormon taking an outing, with part
of his household. A. F. II.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors she
had Consumption and that there was
no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr
King's New Discovery completely
cured her and she says it saved her
life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida
street, San Pranclsco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tried without result everything
else then bought one bottlo of Dr.
King's New Discovery nnd in two
weeks was cured. He Is naturally
thankful. It is such results, of which
these are samples, that prove tho
wonderful efficacy of this medicine in
Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles
at Fred P. Legg's drugstore. Regular
size f0c and $1.
The lirst term will open September
21. Pupils received from primary to
high school grades. Classes small,
and best personal work given to each
pupil. Vocal music ono hour each
week by Prof. R. A. Heritage. Draw
ing, nnd plain nnd artistic needlework
each week by specialists. Tuition
low. Patronage cordially solicited.
Mrs. J. E. Watson.
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Some neonlo suffer with a constant
headache that comes from eyestrain,
and the proper remedy Is u proper pair
of good glasses properly fitted by
Charles II. Hinues.
235 Commercial St. tf
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Or Respect n Memory of the Late Mrs.
The Salem Voman,sChrl.tian Tem
perance Union adopted the following
resolutions Sept. , immi:
By the death of Mi. Mary llo. ver
sos this society has lost a very worthy
cllirient and devoted mciiih.-r. we the
membcis hereof deem It both a work
of love and duty.that the woild should
know In what esteem Sitter Bowoihox
usislmld bv ut. therefore be it Re
solved, she was in truth, all that we
could ask and far more than any of us
nxnecL to attain, however, much we
labor, her patience under trying cir
cumstances was most admirable, and
her fortitude equal to the emergency
of the cam, one of the most quiet and
undemonstrative. She was at the
same time a most persisent worker in
the ranks of the Woman's Christian
Temperance union in wliichjhc placed
great faith, as one of the principle
means by which the unfortunate, by
organized and adversely environed
individuals of the human race, could
be raised up into the pure atmosphere
of christian life and to the perform
ance of rational duty. She was a fit
Do you like Develed Ham ? If so try our 5'cent
article it's all right. We have some very Jgood
canned Apricots that we are closing out at 10c.
Washing ammonia, full quarts, 15c per bottle,
HflRRITT 5 LflWRE
P, O, Grocery
Agents for WbrldBentcr Soap,
example of admirable grace, wholly
Inoffense in her demeiiiior, devoid of
arragance and false pride, full of the
faith that religion is best exemplified
in works, a sweet toned hicI.L es
teemed companion and mother, one
who will be sadly missed in this soci
ety, in her family circle and by the
church In which she was a highly
Resolved, That we extend to the
husband and family our sympathy in
this their hour af trial and severe
affliction, and as a tribute of respect
to the memory of our late sister these
resolutions be spread upon the min
utes, of this Union, and copies be
transmitted to the bereaved family
and to our daily papers, also to the
White Rlbon for publication.
Mrs. Lizzie Davenhorp,
Mrs. Carrie Holman,
Mrs. Mamaire Law,
San Francisco, Sept. 11. Oliver
W. Winthrop began his defense on
the charge of assault and robbery,
growing out of his aliened attempt to
abduct James Campbell, the million
aire planter of Hawaii. No opening
statement was made by the defense.
J. II. Carels te3tlfled that he met
Winthrop on the night of August 3.
George T. Plielps,supposed to be the
mysterious '"Pete." Winthrop's al
leged accomplice, and Joseph Noonan
testified that they attended lodge with
Winthrop on the night of August 3d,
parting from him at 11 o'clock.
Winthrop did not finish his testi
mony and will go on with his story
tomorrow. Winthrop said there was
a woman in the case, ne said he
went to the Dunton cottage with
Campbell and there saw a woman who
wore a hat and veil. He waited around
to find out who the woman was, but
Campbell told him to go ..and come
A Milion Gold Dollars
Would not hrintr hannincca In ti nmnn
suffering with dyspepsia, but Hood's Sar-
sapmia nas enrcu many mousanas 01 cases ol
...is uisb. t buues me 3iuiuai:ii, regulates
the bowels and puts ail the machinery of the
system in good Working order. It creates a
good appetite and gives health, strength and
Hood's Pills act harmoniously with Hood's
Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver ills. 25 cents.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The dealer who says, "1 have no
Hoe Cake soap," practically admit
that ho does not sell Hrst quality
goods. If he says ho has something
''Just as good" you will know at'once
that ho is tryihg to sell you an in
ferior rtlr.lf Thorn c ,..nr 1..M.I..
destroyed by poor soup than by actual
car, us mo iree aik-au rots tho cloth.
11 00 Cake cnntjilns nnitimr imn nii.it
nor worthless filling.
For Two DaysrCCFHday and Saturday,
Dresden 5 hook glove, Fosters
Eduardo 8 button Mosquetaine
Eskay, to close
Lyons, best Foster
Extra value - the celebrated
pair guaranteed, $1.30.
257 Commercial st.
BARKLEY AND PENNOYER.
Another Bryan Supplement With Two
Not all could hear Pennoyer and
Barkley at the great Bryan ratifica
tion at Salem. So The Journal has
printed in supplement form the great
speeches made on that occasion by
those two gentlemen. They will be
supplied from this office at $1 per
100 or $7 per 1,000 postpaid. We have
still supplements with Bryan's speech
of acceptance at New York and
Mitchell on the impossibility of In
Eben Hoffman, of Astoria, had an
exciting tight with a bear. The ex
perience was anything but pleasant
and came near costing him his life.
He was rescued from the Jaws of the
bear who was chewing his shoulder.
He suffered a broken collarbone and
the loss of the tip of his nose.
Old people who require medicine to
regulate the bowels and kidneys will
find the true remedy in Electric Bit
ters. This medicine does not stimu
late and contains no whiskey nor other
lnioxicanr out acts as a tonic and
alterative It acts mildly on the
stomach and bowels, adding strength
and giving tone to the organs, thereby
aiding Nature in tho performance of
the functions. Electric bitters is an
excellent appetizer and aids digestion.
Old People find it just exactly what
they need. Price 50c and $1 per bottle
at Fred A. Legg's drug store.
DID YOU EVER suffer from real ner
vousness? When every nerve 6eemed
to quiver with a pocullar, creepy
feeling, first in cno place, and then another
and all seemed finally to concentrate in a
wrUhlu?Jumbla In tho brain, and you be
como Irritable, fretful vi peevish; to bo
followed by an Impotent, weakened condi
tion of tho nerve centers, rlnpins In the
cars, and sleepless, miserable nights !
XY JlTllPC Mrs, Eupcuo Searles,
iaii, lad, says: "Ner
vous troubles bad made
me nearly Insane and
physicians were unable
to help me. My memory
was almost gone and every llttlo thins
worried me until I was almost distracted.
I really feared I vos becoming maniac I
Imagine! all sorts of evil things and would
cry over nothing. I commsacod taking Dr.
Miles' Hcstoratlve Nervine and four bottles
of this wonderful remedy completely cured
mo, and I am as vt II now as I ever was."
Dr. Miles Nervine i- -yd on guarantee
first bottlo will benefit v vnooey raf unded..
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Maggione Francesco,' ' E
2 foT Yo,k' Sei,t " Silver- c;'j
Chicaco, Sept. 11 Hogs-'Ugln it2.a
3 45;Jieavy $2.so3 25. n '
Caltlc-Beeve:, 3.ISs.io; cowi aad '
heifers $l.2o(cfc3.7s. u
hlteepMatket dull; lower
Chicago. , Sept. 11 Wl.eat, cash t:' e
Oct.! 5654c. 3I
I'ortland, Sept. 11 Wheat valley
52; Walla Walla, 4SJ49.
Hour Fonland,. 2.75; Benton cornur
2.75; graham, 2.50; superfine. $2.15 per bd'
Oats White, 33lc; grey, 2829;rolltJ,
in bags, 4-255'25. barrels, 450:,:
cases, 3.75. "
Potatoes.. Oregon, 85c per cnt.
Hay. .Good, 10I0.50 per ton.
Wool.. Valley, 8oc; Ewern Oiteon
Poultry Chickens, mixed,$23.oo; broil.
ers, $i.252.25; ducks, 2a3; geese, $56;
turkeys, live, 10.
Hides.. green, salted 60 lbs 5c; under
60 lbs 44Vic! sleep pelts, io7oc
Hops Contracts for new crops are beinj
made at 6a6c.
Butter. .Oregon fancy creamery, 25(335;
fancy dairy, 2025; fair to good, i7j2o;
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9,
Eggs. .Oregon, i2cperdoz.
Beef. .Topsteersj, 2.252.4o per lb; fin
to good steers.'J2J2 3.50; cows, iiiy,t
dressed beef, ZvVfi-
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Sept. 11 Wheat, 96
Wool.. Oregon choice, ioiic; inferiors
7c, valley, 8oc.
Hops Quotable at 2c
Potatoes 6o9oc per sack.
Oats Milling, 8590.
Wheat. .42jc per bu., market firm.
Hay.. Baled, cheat, 7.oo7.25; timoih;,
Flour.. In wholesale lots, 2.80; retail,
3.00; bran, bulk n.5012.50j sacked, 12.00;
shorts, 12.5013.50j chop feed, il.oc
Poultry.. Hens 5c; Spring chickens, 5c lb.
VealDresscd, 3 Y.
Hogs.. Dressed, 2VJ3K
Live Cattle.. 1 2.;i
Sheep.. Live, 1.25.3
Wool.. Best, I2j4c
Hops,. Best, 45c.
Eggs.. Cash. ioc.
Butter.. Best dairy, I2c; fancy creamer;
Farm Smoked Meats Uacci, bjfonuri
9c; shoulders, 5c.
Potatoes . . 70c per bu
Bucklen s Arnica Salvo
The best Salve in the world 1 for tut,
Sores, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Bruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no'pay required. It is guarantee! to
Live per fee satisfaction or money KP
Price 25 cents a box. For sale by FrwA
The town council of Huntington, en
petition of property-holders, voted at
its last meeting to assist the McCob
bin Bros. flnTIncIaliy in their efforts to
secure artesian water. The town an
nates 2 cents for every foot the well
driven below the 200 feet it has ai
Best in the World!
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Sole Ageots, Sate
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