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QUAY ON PLUTOCRATS.
ifillllCalUl.HCSIlonuuilcjr iiu uupihiii,
'" ,vnV to the sunshine of hono,
l,".c; nn1 henitl
I iiifuu lurtiuu
tVV'" - lit.
because It gives
.t utn ntul viijiluv in tlirs blood
fcr.V.-,..wi. that iinnurU
-irnii nil ... -- j
lire strcn J fc'Ui, vigor
u men,', "i"Jrm rr.L.".v" u.
ly. ifati 'ir' ..'.
Lped me wonderfully,
F , .. nun rlnenrfhn trhaf T dtif.
K j i ., n tlrnthlv sick, had sick hcad-
r l j etery lew days uu hjuso icrriuie
tA deirotiacni iceimgs, wun ncan
Latl s so that I could not go up nnd
f . ...ft limit hIa iiilno tnif IiuhiI
fcwr my heart and resting. In fact, It
Vosld almost take my breath awny. I suf
fered so I did not care to live, yet I had
much to live for. Thero is no pleasuro In
jife If deprived of health, for lifo becomes
, burden. Hood's Sarsaparllla does far
pore than advertised. After taking one
lotll.t it is HUlHciont to recommend
Mrs. J. E. Smith, Beloit, Iowa.
ijtheOne True Hlood Purifier. All dmegists.$L
rfi.aredonly by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
j ,l r:il cure a;i nvcr ins, uiuous
100C1 S KlllS neM.l.e.nlnclie. 25 cents.
Tne Brood Sow.
; For brooding she may be of a larger
End coarser type than the boar,
If she possesses the other requisite
ioalllications. By all means should
the dumpy China build be avoided,
but this docs not mean that the other
litremc is any less objectiooal. She
Should be of u compact, firm build,
lot should possess enough size to be
ibleto carry and support a large lit-
mr of pigs. To be a good brood sow
neans that she is a good suckler. The
ailklng quality runs -in strains
In sows, as in cows, and no sow should
i selected to breed from that is not
bf a deep milking family. Her dispo
sition should be of the best, as it may
itnable one to save many a pig that an
writable sow would kill. She should
one of a litter of not less than
tight and tfrom a mature sire and
idaui. An animal that Is in auy way
defective or delicate should be ex
icluded from the breeding herd and in
la sow especially are vigorous health
nd a good appetite necessary. With
lalltter of eight or ten pigs to feed,
Iter digestive powers will be taxed
to the utmost if the pigs are not to
I6uffer. Bulletin 3o,MIss.'Exp.StatIon.
California's Mustard Crop.
"This country is now growing a lar-
fser part of the ruustaju put up in
iEngland as well as this country," said
la commercial man to a Washington
(Star reporter, "and California is rais-
IlDcthe lanrer part of It. The raus-
ftird seed has just been harvested in
California, and probably will run up
I to 10,000,000 pounds, or 1 ,000,000 pounds
ImDre than the crop of 1895. The seed
Kls kept six months before being
ground. The brown seed has the best
flavor and greatest pungeney, while
the yellow produces the most oil
The English mustard-packers haye
"made the yellow the most fashionable
however, and as a result there are to
"pounds of yellow produced for every
Bpound of the brown, though the brown
Us stronger and better in every re-
hpect. Probably one-half -of theEn-
Igllsh mustard that is used, in this
country grew in California, though it
rwas ground and packed in knglana.
French mustard is the same as other
mustard, the seed being soaked in
Ivinegar, properly spiced, for 24 hours
Poultry on the harm,
tto one is better fitted for making
poultry pay than the farmer. He can
And no better market for cheap grain
Ithan poultry affords. But poultry on
I the farm must be commanded oeuer.
I The farmer is indifferent, and the
I hens become lazy and lazy hens arc
as unprofitable as a lazy farm hand.
While there is always plenty of work
; on a farm during the winter, the in
come is nothing else but what lias
been earned during the summer. Why
not increase the winter earnings by
building snug homes, studying up the
question of winter eggs and winter
poultry, and devote your time to
uraduallv building up to an industry
that each year will enable you to
gradually drop tho harder work of
farming, and that, too, with an in
creased income? 1'armers should
think well over these things, for to
them more than to any one else, it
taeans dollars In their pockets.
Blood is Life.
It is the medium which carries to
tiVerv nnrv mnsn.lA. nriran and nore
Its nourishment and strength. If the
blood is pure, rich and healthy you
will be well. Hood's Sarsaprllhi has
Power to keep you in health by mak
ing your blood rich and pure.
Hood's Pills are easy! to take, easy
WJ operate. Cures indigestion tud
tillousness. 25 cents.
henator Quay, the I'cnnsjlvnnhil
hiss, has declared against the scheme '
of tho National Business Men's
League, to carry on a Tour years sound
money campaign. He declares that
its basic theory is that organized
wealth shall dictate hili oillce and so
take possession of politics and gov
ernment. lie graciously says tho farmers,
laborers and artisans are the ones
who should be represented In tin
government, and not a governing
class based on wealth. "I will stand
by them and not by this league," says
Mr. Quay, a man fresh from u cam
paign in which Hanna milked the
"plutes" for untold milllons-a bold
utterance after you arc nicely In
In conclusion "Mr. Quay on Pluto
crats," tells u little solid truth:
"There must be less business and
more principle in our politics, else the
Republican party and the country will
go to wreck. The business Issues are
maklngourpolitlcs sordid and corrupt.
The tremendous sums of money furn
ished by business men, reluctantly In
most instances, are polluting the well
springs of our national being."
The Ideal Panacea.
James L. Francis, alderman, Chi
cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's New
Discovery as an Ideal Panecea for
coughs, colds and lung complaints,
having used it in my family for the
last five years, to the exclusion of any
physician's prescriptions or other
Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: I have been a minister of the
Methodit Episcopal church for f0
years or more and have never found
anything so beneficial, or that gave
me such speedy relief as Dr. King's
New Discovery." Try this Ideal
ough Remedy now. Trial bottles
ce at Fred A. Legg's drug store.
For Infants and Children.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, aj they
cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood constitutional disease and in orcle
so cure it you must take internal remedies
Hall's Catarrh Cure is takeninternally andi
acts directly upon the blood and mucous o
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack
medicine. It was prescribed by one of the
best physicians in this count ry for years, and
is a regular prescription It is composed of
the best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifier, acting directly upon the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combination
of the two ingredients is what pro luces such
wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for
F. J. CaENEVf& Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists.
The Newest Library and banquet
lamp in the latest designs of brass
and wrought iron. Prices way down.
John G. Wright's Pioneer grocery and
crockery store. 10-3t
These cold long winter evenings you
should plan and farm in your mind.
More than a million men are at pres
ent employed in McKinley's cabinet
The keeping qualities of good butter
are better than that of poor butter
yet the latter usually keep the longest.
Every farmer who attended the late
farmer's institute atTurner.is hoped
will not be the worse for so doing.
FREE TO EVERY M AN.
STS Method of a Great Treat
ment for Weakness of Men.
Which Cured Him After Everything
Painful diseases are bad enough, but when
a man is slowly wasting away with nervous
weakness.the mental forbodings are ten tunes
worse than the most severe pain. There is
no let up to the mental suflering day or night.
Sleep is almost impossible and under such a
strain men ate scarcely responsible for what
they do For years the writer rolled nnd
tossed on the troubled sea of s xual weakness
until it was a question whether he had not
better take a dose cf poison and thus end
all his tioubles. But providential mspira
tion came to his aid in the shape of a combi
nation of medicines that not only completely
restored the general health, but enlarged lnj
weak and emaciated parts to natural sue and
vigor, and he now declares that any man who
will take the trouble to send his name and
address may have the method of this wonder
fill treatment free. Now when I yf
mean absolutely without cost, because I want
every weakened man to get the benefit of my
"? amDnoet a philanthropist, nor do I pose as
an enthusiast, but there are thousands of men
suffering the tortures of weakened manhood
who would be cured at once could they
bu, geuuch a remedy a. the one that cured
me Do not try to study out how 1 can afTo d
Sparine few postage stamps necessary to
maFlTheinformftlon, but send for it and learn
Sat there me a few things on earth -hat
ahhough they cost nothing to get they are
"l r...- in enme men and man a
r,,'t ri,.nnlnMi io mot of Uf. nte to
Thomas Ster; 110x300. Kalamaxoo, Mich,
nd Ibe information will be mailed in a plain
irr"- ' nt nu etiT'ti iii , - yv?
ting ihcStamachs aMBowels of
Opiurri.NorphinC nor Mineral.
Not Narc otic.
Mil Set d
Horn Set d -
tion, Sour Slomach.Diarrhoca,
orms .Convulsions .Feverish
ucss and Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPED.
llOTy a iAO
0-7M. nflnift) bnTMRrtld-UfflflflnriiKn nrfwn lttmwprtni1ntTnvthndflstm fnr tnharro lnnnr
(inn. No-tobaclsthocrcatestribrTe-foodln thoworld. Many gain 19 pounds In 10 darn unri
laud iu iimntj iue HcuKimpiJKQb ana EiroDV, viicuruus ana ninRneuc. jusi iryu ihjx. ui
lUhtrtl. We expect you to bellove what wo 'ay, tor n euro Is ahbolutoly guaranteed by druii
hero. Send for our booklet "l)on"t Tobacco Pplt anil Hmoko YonrMfo Away," written ku
D. J. FRY, gent,
Successor to Dr. J. M. Keene, old White
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate feesjin any branch are
in especial request.
MONEY TO LOAN
Plenty of money on goodj security.
A large quantity of land for sale at
low figure and on easy terms.
HAMILTON & MARSH,
Room 5, Bush Lank building.
Meets all masl and passenger trains. Bag
gage and express to all parts of the city.
Prompt service. Telephone No. 70.
C. fi. LANE,
211 Commercial St., Salem Or
EySuits $15 upwards. Pants $ upwands-t
J. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a specialty of fine repair work, Seth
Thomas cloclu, etc., 215 Commercial Street
Office: Willamette Hotel Bulidin"
For water service apply at office. Bills
payable monthly in advance. Make at
complaints at the office. .
Open spicket to prevent freezing, positively
prohibited. Care should be taken if in dan.
ger of freezing to have stop and waste gate
closed, see section 3, rules and regulations.
No deduction in bills will be allowed for ab
sence or for any cause whatever unless water
is cut ofl from premises'
Ac ... 1,-iv. rlirnrrs for dehornint; cattle
we desire the patronage of all wishing such
service. Price 15 cents per head for all ages.
fj. W. UUUL.U, norm oaicui.
H. E. ROBERTS, Fruitland
Salem Truck and Dray Co.
Orders placed with the above company will
receive Dromot attention aud safe delivery.
Trucks and drays found on the corners o
State and Commercial street. Express wag.
onsatall trains and boats, in connetuuu
with our business we will aiso ""
store. Handling flour, mill feed, oil meal,
oats, chopped feed, straw, hay and wood at
the lowest cash prices.
Phone 86. J""""""- ""'
Big stock of fancy Japanese goods. All
kinds ofchinaware and novelties. All kinds
of silk handkerchiefs. Bottom price on en-
tire stock to close out. iEwjNGSAKG
I1.j.,nniirl limitf- 112111
Of Enger, Maiton county, Oregon,
t,Iik1 for a Datent lor a
And pulverizer thai has had no equal hereto,
fore. Iyer Larson, tn2er, Or.
IS ON THE
Caiiciii is vz tn in ene-slio bottles onlr. It
Is net cold la balk, Don't allow anyeno to sell
yoa anything olso on the plea or promise that It
la "jnct as good" and "will answor OTery pur.
pose." 3- tke that y on get O-A-S-T.O-BA-A.
h f5- A
ttallt -"Ty . KTjA- lt
ou will be du
JAPAN TRADING Co.
208 COMMMERCIAL ST., SALEM.
Finest bamboo furniture, Japanese Curios,
toys etc., J'or Ho'iilays. Only 'Map"
store in town Will be sold especially cheap
for Christmas trade. Lowest prices ever
offered for best stock in this line. 12 12 lm
ORDINANCE NO. 338.
A bill for an ordinance to amend Section 42,
of Ordinance No. 203, entitled, "An
ordinance to provide for the good conduct,
good order, health, peace and cleanliness
of the cijy and of persons, and for the pro
tection of persons and property, and to re.
peal certain ordinances and parts of ordin
ances relating thereto.
Be it ordained by the common council of the
city ol balem:
Section I That section 42 of Ordinance
No. 203, entitled "an ordinance to provide
for the good conduct, good order, health,
peace and cleanliness of the city and o I per.
sons, and for the protection of persons and
property, and to repeal certain ordinances
and parts of ordinances relating thereto be
amended so as to read as follows:
Sectton 2. That no person nnder the age
of 17 years shall be permitted to go abroad
upon, or wander about the streets, alleys or
public parks or the city after the hour of 8,
o'clock at night during the months or Septem
ber, October, November, December, January
and February, or after the hour of 9 o'clock
during the remainder of each year, unless
such person shall have the permission, in
writing, of his or her parents, or guardian, or
shall bo accompanied by such parent or
guardian, and it is hereby made the duly of
the city marshal to warn all such persons bv
causing the university bell or some church
bell ofthe city to be rung at fifteen minutes
to 8 o'clock at night, ea h and every night
during the months of September, October,
November, December, January and February,
and at fifteen minutes to 9 o'clock at night,
each and every night during the remainder
of each year, and all persons who shall vio.
late the provisions of this section shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction thereof befoie the city recorder
shall be punished for the first offense, by a
public repremand, to be administered by the
recorder; and for each succeeding offense by
a fine of not less than t$, nor more than $50,
and costs of the action; and in all cases where
such person shall fail to pay any fine imposed
upon him, under the proyisions of this section,
he shall be imprisoned one day for every two
dollars of such fine.
Passed by the common council ofthe city
of SMem, Oregon, on the Mt day of Decern
her, A. D. 1896.
Ed. N. Emu,
Aooroved by the mayor this loth day of
December. A. D. 1896.
Please notice the cut In prices
on the following.
Shirts, plain :V!efI!!
Under drawers StoiocenU
n.t.. .r,.,t. ctoiocenti
Socks, per pair 3 awtj
Silk handkerchiefs 3nt
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels and other work in
telhgently washed by hand,
Uol. I. uimsxea rrop
Pyre Jersey Bull
For service for the season, Call at Brawn
meat market, corner Center ana imnecnia
Sieet. Fineit milk stock in Oregon, iz-u tf
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
: : : THE GREAT::: "'''
A limited number of sets of this great work will be distributed
in Salem and vicinity at the low introductory pricer.
At Once a
250,000 words 50,000 encyclopaedic subjects,
cost of $750,000, Four massive volumes,
""VrVTD Ti'""Vr T A "D Secures the delivery of the entire work;
UlNti I JJl A ,r l biilnnco to bo pnlcl at, the rate of $1.25
per month for one year. Send your
name and address to tho Pacific Coast Newspaper Syndicate, care of tho
Journal, and you will be supplied with sample paRes for examination.
Fort Cii9tcr and
Crow Agency, Mon
tana, are two points
on the Burlington
Route's Now Short
Lino to tho East and
South,f rom which Cus
ter Battloileld is easily
readied. Tho distance
from tho former is!
about thirteen miles;
from the latter about
two nnd n half miles.
At both places holders
of through tickets
whoso limits permit
arc allowed stop-over
privileges, and good
hotels and llvcrv
stables are to be found.
For a booklet giving
a brief account of tho
battle In which Custer
lost his life, and also
for information about
rates and train service
via the Burlington
Route to Chicago,
Omaha, St. Louis,
Kansas City, or any
city, write to
$ POZZONI'S $
y i . v
It KMAWfct ALWAYS TOE SAME. 4
The flneit, purest and roost beauti
fy lne tolled powder over mad. It Is
Bootblcic, healing, healthful and
harnilt-Hi,: and when rlfehtly used la
Iiivlvlblc If you havo Dover tried
y&i' kU not know what an IDE AX f
VTfW -JU M Jh 9M A'UrFASMJXt U
A IT & SOLD EVERYWHERE. A
MADE ME A MAN
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For tale at Salem.
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WOLZ k MIESCKE. Prooi.
Dcalara in all Vinda of freth and aalt rreaU
Lard in built, 7c a lb. Cheajieit meat in the
own. Try tbern, 171 Commercial it.
I.arilaa Who Valua
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Dictionary and Encyclopaedia.
Union Pacific System
through Pullman Palace Sleepert. Touni
Sleepers and Free Reclining Chain Wly
Portland to Chicago,
Our trains are heated by iteam and
lighted by Pintsc I light.
Time to Chicago, 3 ! Jayi
Time to New York, 4 1-2 day.
pWhlch it many noun quicker than com
petitors. For rates, time tables and full information
BOISE 0 SAKKJSJit
Agents, Salem, Oi.
R. W BAXTER, C. E. BROWN,
General Agent Dist. Pass. Agent
3S Third Street, Portland.
0. R. & N. CO.
TO THE EAST GIVES! 1HE CHOICE
Via Spokane Minneapolis at Paul and Den
ver Omaha and Kansas City. Low rates to
Portland San Francisco,
Steamers leave Ainsworth dock. Portland
Sept. 14, 19, 24, 29 and Oct. 4, 9, 14, 19, 24,
Fare Cabin, $12: steerage, 10.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
For Portland and way points steamers Ruth
and Elmore dally except Sunday, at 6145
a. m. Returning, leave Portland dally ex
cept Sunday, at 6 a. m. For Harrlsburg and
way points steamtv Modoc, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday, about 5 p. m. Return
Ing, leave Harrisburg for Corvallis, (Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at I p. m., arriving
at Saiem the next afternoon.
Lowest freight and passengt r rates. Round
trip tickets very cheap, llckets sold and
baggage checked through to all points in
Oregon, Washington and the East. No extra
charge for baggage transfers. Choice of nil"
road or liver route to Portland.
For full details call on Boise & Barker
agents, SaUm, Oregon, or address,
Pres. and Manager.
W. II. HURLBURT.
Gen'l Pas, Agt. Portland, Or
For full details call on or address
G.M. POWERS t
Foot of Trade St. Local Agent.
lllf Din Don-BoHonfttt
r.m.lr fnr Uonorruu,
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cLtrsM, or pr InBatama.
lion, Irrtutlou ur ulurc
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Mold t7 WruMrUU.
r wot tn plain VfW?1!
F "'"fi.-KHf Si ,tw
IrcuUr Mat oa reyu.
JUU. VI wy.. w
for purity, and for ItnprpTement of tba coso-
plaxlon nothing tguais roasora rownn
SrjEll . u au1.1ar.
produced at a
Eastern R. R. Company
(YAQU1NA BAV ROUTE.
Connecting at Yarvtna Bay with the Sa
Francisco & Yanuina Bay Steamship Oo.
STEAMER ALBANY-Leaves Salem -for
Portland at 10:30 a. m. Tuesdays, Fridays s
and Sundays. Leaves Salem (or Corvallij,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 3I30
STEAMER "FARALLON," . ,
Sails from Yanuina every 8 days for Saa '
Francisco, Coos Bay, Port Orford, Trinidad
and Humbolt Bay,
Passenger accommodations unurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or points west to Saa
Franciscoi Cabin, (9, steerage, tl to Coos
Bay and Port Orford, cabin $6: to Ilumbold.
Bay, cabin 8; round trip, good 6b days, fiM
The most popular seaside resort on the
North Pacific Coast. No usdertpw surf
bathing absolutely safe.
For those wishing to combine hunting and
fishing with aquatic sports, this resort ha tie
equal. Deer, bear, elk, cougar, brook trout
and salmon trout can be found in ahdace
within a few hours' drive of the bay.
pyReduccd rates to all points,
EDWIN STONE, Manager, Ccrvallis, Or
I. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. P. BALDWIN. Local Ag.Altoea Dek
Salea.' ' -" i t'.-'i.iiv
Pullman Sleeping Cars.
Elegant Dlnin Cars1
Tourist Sleooin Carb
To St: Paul, Minneapolis, Daluth, ingO,
,'iranu rorics, i.rooxsion, yvinnipeg, a
Helena and Butte. 3
THROUGH TICKETS -
To Chicago, Washington, .Philadelphia, New
!1 York, BostoD,".nd all Points
r-Ait ana aauiu
For Information, time cards, mans an
dcketi, call on or write
THOMAS, MJ& CO.
265 1 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D, Charlton, Asst. Oen'l, IPaai. At
jjMontfon St.. coraerrrhlrd. Portland. JtOf. .
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