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It is oftHJ difllcti It to convince peo
ple their blood is impure, until dread
ful carbuncles, abscesses, boils, scrof
ula or salt rheum, are painful proof of
the fact. It is wisdom now, or when
ever there is any indication of
blood, to take Hood's Sampnrilln. and
prevent such eruptions mid hiifforinjr.
"I bad a dreadful carbuncle abscess
red, fiery, iierci and sore. The doctor at
tended mo over seven weeks. When the
abscess broke, the pains were terrlble.ond
I thought I should not livo through It. I
heard and read so much about Hood's
Sarsnparllla, that I decided to take It, and
my husband, who was suffering with
bolls, took It also. It soon purified our
built mc up and restored my health so
that, although the doctor said X would
not be able to work hard, I have Bince
done the work for 20 people. Hood's Snr
saparllla cured my husband 01 the boils,
and we regard It n wonderful medicine.''
Mns. Anna Peterson, Latimer, Kansas.
1 4 thi) One True Wood Purifier. All dniRBNts. St.
Hnnrl'c Dillc ciirellcrllNasytotake.
UOOU S r'HIS easy toupvriite isceiits
Continued from second pae.
to hold olllee. The now president will
be compelled to till his cabinet from
the older-growths and timber is thin
and small in tbe younger generatipnf.
More and more the people see that the
election is not the true expression of
the people. The Chicago Journal
cautions the money power not to
show its band so freely in the future.
Henry Watterson told the rich arlstc
crats o( New England to remember
the arrogance of tbe slaveholders of
"The election was carried by money
and by the enforced idleness of tbe
factory hands who were sent to tbe
polls half-starved expecting to go to
tbe factory next duy with wages In
creased. It is all over for present but
the system by which McKinley was
elected was unjust una cmoi -i oum
tell you of Instances where men wero
laid off and paid for their time just to
show an appearance of Industrial
stagnation. Travelling men were
ennt. nut. nn unit! vacations to tell
their customers that their firms had
shut down and would never start up
atraln if Bryan were elected. If the
election had been held six weeks
sooner the result might have been
different, but by having the market
open for foifr months the republicans
hzd plenty of money to buy tbe float
ing vote. It is a gloomy subject, to
write upon but it is nevertheless a
lesson tp perceive hovf poverty demor
alizes the people. It was astonish
ing how men were charmed into-help-ing
forge new links for the chains
: they already "bear. In the 14th cen
tury this same money question pro-
. duced a rebellion in France. King
John the Good debased the money, by
doubling the value of gold to enable
I. him to buy cheaper provisions to carry
on the war with King Edward or.
.Great Britain. At the battle of
PortiersKina John was taken prisoner
f and carried to England. Martzell, the
; provost marshal of France, by an edict
at Paris reduced gold again to its
.former value and xestored peace. It
'todnm TTictirv will reneat itself in
this country." Let Jubilant McKin-
tleyltes study these words of an old
my. Wm. j. nncisr of Lebanon has
made a cuckoo clock, which isa beauty.
; At each hour the cuckoo appears and
I crows, and at each hour after the cue-
koo crows, the cioc- pmyu yw "
mu6ic. It has taken Mr. unger wu
years to make this clock.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with 1 vat APPLICATIONS, as Ihej
f cannot reach the seat of the disease, Catarrt
r w a bloo4 constitutional aisease nu vihv
r mj cure 11 vou tnusi iaKC 4irt,i,-. .-.---.--
1 lrMllf r-.ui. r. :- iaL-nintprnAllv And
i cts directly udoo th blood and mucoiuj oi
.tail i-mann l.uic 13 iv. .-. .
t fces. Hall' Catarrh Cure is not a quacK
f medicine. It was presenbed by one of itie
lu. Mi : : .1.:. HA..n.v fnr vfijn. ana
i 91 pujrsiciAlls lt U wi " ' , .
: a regular prescription 11 '(T""
1 "k uesi ionics Known, cuniumw - ---
; bet blood purifier, acting directly "P?" he
i mucous surfaces The perfect combination
f the two jngiedients is what pro luces such
b "wiaermi results in curing vn"" "v-
- wmnoniaii nee. , ,
i r 1 r.uiv fn.. Toledo. t-.
I A telephone line between Gara
baldl and Nehulun Is to be put In.
A telephone is projected from He, -pner
to Long Creek, Grant county. A
bonus. Is to be raised.
The amountof poultry shipped this
year, from Eugene, amount in tbe
aggregate to $10,000.
Mrs. Schotleld will sue Grants
Pass for $2,000 for damage sustained
by falling off a sidewalk.
II. C. Kigcr; sheep inspector of Ben
ton COlintV. S.1V8 tlinrn nir. vni-.. f....,
w, rf ...w HIV II.IJ IUI
shabby sheep in that county.
Henry weinhard, of Portland Is
erecting a large refrigerator building
in La Grande, In which to stoic beer.
Bu filing lias been carried to such an
cxteijt In Alhanv that Marshal Lee
says he will see that the law against
it is enforced.
A young woman's skull was un
earthed in Canynnville last week
while the old Canyonville hotel was
Xewberir Is maklmr iii-rnnirnfiinrr.il
to sen ootids to put in a complete sys
tem of water works. An Iron pipe
system Is what will be nut In.
Med ford citizens are interested in a
fair for that place. An association
will be formed with a capital stock of
$3, OOas a fund to erect buildings and
build a track.
Lane county Is threatened with a
damagesuit by George Campbell, who
was injured by falling over an em
bankment on account of the narrow
ness of the road.
The Lane poultry show will be
gien in Eugene next Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday. More than 300
birds have already been received; also
many rabbits, fowls and wild birds.
A kerosene himn exploded in Miss F.
Saltztuan's millinery store in Eugene,
Monday night, causing a blaze which
did about $300 worth of damage to
goods before It could be extinguished.
Fully 100 men are hard at work
along the Alderbrook water front
cutting wood for their winter's use,
says the Astorian. During the recent
freshet hundreds of cords of wood
and about SOOOsbingle bolts from the
Cowlitz riycr were thrown up on the
J. C. Donouirb. a motorman on the
Fast Morrison street car line, of Port
land has brjught salt for $?,000 against
the City & Suburban rallorad for the
loss of his feet. A year ago lie was fix
ing the motor from the trap door in
in the car and, when tbe car started
up suddenly both feet were caught
Taylor and Crow last weekpounded
out some SG00 int'"?J7'? '"VL!!
liand mortar at their ledge down
Rogue river. They aic preparing to
send another carload of ore to Ash
land. The ore has to bo packed on
muleback 10 miles, and hauled by
wagon 0 miles, but all they have sent
to Ashland thus far-has netted over
$100 to the ton. Koseburg nam
A child was taken sick at its home
near town last week and the parents
not knowing what to do for the child,
Which had symptoms of pneumonia,
were persuaded by an old woman to
skin two cats alive and wrap the child
,,n in r.iiem. The child Improved oi
course and would if warm cloths had
been used instead of cat3Klus. xno
wnrst, of It was that the cats were left
to die instead of being killed as soon
as the skins wero taken on. ir uie
CaiS llttU UCCU n...uw- "--.ill u
killed the heat would have still been
. nrt 1 nH luttrtina
In the hides, wnere is uui iiu..
society?-Oregon City Courier.
FREE TO EVERY MN A.
The Method of a Great Treat
ment for Weakness of Men.
Which Cured Him After Everything
Painful diseases are bad enough.Omt when
",. .1 1.. .,.(;.,r mvav with nervous
SiS u?SSar EI ' night
Sleep isPalmost lVJi
strain men aic . !-; "-",;: j Bnd
they do For years the wnter rolled and
ossyed on the troubled sea of s !?
untilitwas a question whether he had not
Ut e Uke a 3ose of poison and thus end
aH his t.oubles. But providential inspira.
tion came to ra ''"" -"-fiT" mnWl,,
nation of medicines . ." ", u 7ed hY
vicor. aud he now aeciai" i... "--,
wfll take the trouble to send bis name and
address may have the method of this wonder
M ; treatment free. Now when I say free I
mean absolutely without cost, , because I want
eTery weakened man to get the benefit of my
'Tamil"' a philanthropist, nor do I pose as
an emhuitat. but there are ""S
suffering the torture, of weak ned manhood
TovXeVi Stamps ..es.ary to
S.6 fhe infon, but - or , J leg.
some men and
worth a tortane ;o
?"" 0r'r"..;,iomotofuf. Write to
Thorn , ate m IWW W
&a ( information will be mailed m a plain
nenmou m. --- K,,.mxto0i Mlch.
' ' i i HUH I irff ii ii i T" -. V-fl
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ling ihc Stomachs andBowcls of
Ctanf lid Sugar
Apcrfccf Itemcdy forConstlpa
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness endLoss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
i . .1
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEB. jjj U f
tt a war wm m s -
t vf r 1 Jfimnhnvn enl1. QrYl fYYl tiai nAn ttanAtvai
' Iio-tJ-bac Is the creatcstnrro-food iutbo
u (s to mnico t dom oaKlin potent man fitroDtr.Tlporous
4tMLt 14 1 uuxpecb;
b trio. Bend for our
w b&iuH J Auur;
C. H. MACK,
Kii-;nr tn Dr. 1. M". Keene. old While
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate tees in any orancn are
in especial request.
MONEY TO LOAN
Plenty of money on good security.
A larce quantity of Jandjojcjialo "
i- c HAMILTON & MARSH.
Room S, Bush bank building
On inside property at 7 per cent. On farm
. . f... .. v n.. .An Kf.- Inline made
for investors. Insurance efTecred in reliable
companies JOHN MOIR,
iiroker, room No. 2, Bush bank building.
Meets all masl and passenger trains. Bag-
cace and express to all parts or the city.
P. b . f T-l.l. TJn let.
rrompcscrv,. ""-y R-ApERf
T. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
MatMasrwialtv of fine repair work, Setb
Thomas clock, etc., 215 Commercial Street
Salem .Water Co'y.
Ofiicei Willamette Hotel Buildin'
For water service apply at office Bills
movable monthly in advance. Make at
M2PlainH.a,!Ah.C"; rw,n. positively
prohibited Care should be taken if in dan.
eeroffreeiingtohavestop and waste gate
Elosed. see section 3. rules and regulations.
No deduction in bills will be allowed for ab
sence or for any cause whatever unless water
: or 101 u; ,. ..--
; oil from premises
1. .. mri.A
nUnll-ULII l,-' ...
is cut oil Irom premises
, 11 ., tnr ti.linrnlnir cattle
iL?r.:"-.r ii wbbiS such
Wc acS uw i-"-"--. -;:. for . 1
service. 1 "oVb;Mth Salem.
H. E. ROBERTS, rruitiana
Salem Truck and Dray Co.
Orders placed with the $W
sceive prompt attention and safe delli
receive Prompt altcnuon aou w- -v...y.
Tmka and .fray, found on
Ri.tr and Commercial streets, fcxpress wag
SKtSSto. and .boats I-e-ueta
with our business we will also run a lew
IE" HtwHtag or. m feed. U JMj
oats, chopped feed. , hy nd wood at
the lowestcash prices. gAVAGE & c0.
Big stock of fancy Japanese goods. All
i.i. j? r ,Mnu,are and novelties. All Kinds
of silk handkerchiefs. Bottom price on en
tl stock to c.ose our. Q
ITnrronera house. " 2"
Of Eneer. Marion county, Oregon, has ap
6 plied for a patent for
Rill I INfi HARROW
And pulverizer that has had do .eqwl hereto-
V fore. Iyer Larson, ' ,
IS ON THE
t'x tc:!i h p;t tp la cne-s!jo bottles only. It
Is bet told la bait. Don't allow anyone to sell
jju lujuuag one on we pica or promiso mat it
la "lust at Rood" and "rill answer every nor.
poso." y Bco tfcat yon got O-A-B-T-O-BA-A.
- 7 obp m Km mmtm
tnAemtrrtif thartnitra fni (nhitKAr) In nr9
world. Manx RalalOpoundsln lOdayaand Itnoret
and maKnetlc. Juittrya Dor. vou
v uv .. i u vt u mi. uu uv
Vna. . a. hnw Va .sill Ka i
11 Rube- j?
ont'roba-ro8pH and Hmoko VoorlJfo Awar," wrlttonpuaraoujouij
HV D. J. FRY, Salem, Oregon.
JAPAN TRADING Co.
2oSlt COMMMERCIAL ST., SALEM.
Finest bamboo furniture, Japanese Curios,
tovs etc.. For Ilo'itlavs. Only ''TaD"
store in town Vill be sold especially cheap
trr Pliriiimat trf At T rtuiicr vrifa mtrm
offered for best stock in this line. 12 12 im
ORDINANCE NO. 338.
na section 42.
A bill for an ordinance ioine,entitled, "An,
ordinance to provide for Ihe good conduct,,
good order, health, peace and cleanliness'
of the c'uy and of peisons, and for the prd-
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 of Salem:
c. :.:.. . Thjt crriinn at. of Ordinance
No, 203, entitled "an ordinance to provide
for the good conduct, good order, health,
-.i ..i.onlinrM nt ihe rilv and o I per
sons, and for the protection of persons and
property, ana 10 icui .i.,., .-..-.
ancf parts of ordinances relating thereto be
.-Aj.l rno tn vait n fnllnws!
Section 2. That no person under the age
of 17 years shall be permitted to go abroad
upon, or wander about the streett, alleys or
and February, or alter the hour of 9 o'clock
durinc the remainder of each year, unless
. c .1-11 t..... tlt n.rminlnn. in
such person snau ni f"""""
writinp. of his or her parents, or guardan, or
shall bo accompanied by such parent or
euardian, and it is nereuy maac mc urn ui
the city marshal to warn all such persons bv
causing the university dc or jiuo
. ... .r.i.. ,!i in lie runtr at lil teen minutes
HI! IUC uu.iw.".. y- - ,
the city to DC rung ai inicw
. 8 n'tlooltat nicht. ea-h and every rijchl
Hurlrnr the months of September, October,
QuriDt uisu"""" - - yiiZC'-'f
November, December, January anu r.
each and every nicht duriuj; the reminder
eacn anu. v.t.i -; - -.-,, ...
nfrnch -vear ind all persons wno snaii yiur 1
?ateihe "'visions of tbl, section shall bej
deemed guilty of
ntcHAmAfinr. anu udod
iereof befoie the city recorder
convicuuii iiiw. -. ------- -- ,
shall be punished for the first oflensc, by
nublic reoremand, to be administered by the
FecoKnafo? each succeeding oflenw by
. rn.,V0t less than?, nor more than Ho,
a une 01 --r. .-.
anu cosigiji 'c """' "" i T j
such person shall fail to pay any fine Imposed
oponbin, under the provisions of this section,
. . .. .'. t :..A n, ,1-iv for everv two
he snail oc iuihi "'"-" '
dollars of such fine.
Passed by the common cuuuti. "
of Salem, Oregon, on the in oy -ber,
A. D. 1896. Vn N. VjtK.
Approved by the mayor this 10th day of
December. A. D. .896. ClaudGatcH(
Please notice the cut in prices
... . . i.! 10 cents
nmru, v' itoiocenti
Under draweri 5:r;
aoci, ii f;. i cent
Handkerchiefs ' ' r".
Silk handkerchiefs 3j "J?
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cenU per dozen,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels and.omer wont u
tellicently washed by hand.
Col J. Olmsted Prop,
Pure Jersey Bull
For aervlce for the season. IC.ll rt fcrt
pumic par or he ." - --
nVlrvk at nipht durincthe months of beptem-
1 n.i.u. x7umiv.r T)fcemher. Tanua
FOR ONE WEEK
A limited number of sets of t'tis gteat work will be distributed
in Salem and vicinity at the low introductory .prices. ,
At ,Once a,
250,000 words 150,000 encyclopaedic subjects,
cost of $750,000. Four massive volumes,
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tuero "Isn't much to
fi?w.,t T.inn tn .Omaha.
Kansas City, St. Louis
und Chicago, la mis
taken. Half uu hour after
our train leuyes Mill
ings. It enters tlio
irreat Crow Reserva
tion. At Garryowcn
an excUcnt ylow of
Custer Monument ana
Battltfleld i had. At
Sheridan beulna t hq
, .famous lrrluatcu uib
trlct of Uorthom
croft, "Tlw Povll's
, Tower" lifts itahuiro
i.bulk 800 feet nboyo
', the plain. Tuen,como
a, the Black Hills, and
' , , of tcr them Nebraska's
... Our other lines
..caco and BU, Lou s,
ajB.knovrn as the, Mia-
1?nr ninrn Minn .100
tmloa It. nnrnllels tllQ
, bunks of the great
Father or AYawrs.
C. SHELDON, G.A.,
hijlxiuui.vi.iw .. - j
dtiuivi. 11.W1TD THE MME. H
Alylnr toil'S powder evar made. ItU A
.oolhlcg, UeallDf, healthful arid fA
harmleiat and when rlRhtly uaed m A
XuvUlblB. 1( you havauever tried fl
2v POZZOHVS S
fS you da not know what an IBEAXt f&
A IT IS HOm KYJHrrWER-, A
MADE ME A MAN
C JVMW-J l--rillM Men;
Ka, WaWB " -T-f
ltl .a-4ttn UTi
For sale at Salem, Orejon, by
11 iTki0 W PUTNAM.
J 1 -
Ladies Who Value
A msjj complexion moat sm Tox nl'a a
U. It wodoca a sort and beautUal aala.
U &?n Kl 3 irl
A ni '
Dictionary and Encyclopaedia.
Union Pacific System
t hrouch Pullman Palace bleepert. 1 ouns,
Sleepert nd Freo Reclining Chair 'WJy
Portland to Chicago,
n,ir iraim ate heated b'f steam
lighted by Pintse Might.
'limn in Lnicn.ro. it uy
Time to New York. 4 la days.
pWhich I many houri quicker than eoro-
For wtes. time tables and full Jnformalo
BOISE & BAKKJER,
Agents, Salem, Oi.'
R. V BAXTER,
C, E. BROWN,
Dlit. Pais. Agent
13S Third Bueet,
TOTIIE EAST GiyESIJlE.jCHOICE
Tw(h ?Transcpntin nhl
in. -.Ai MmniTviiii ?r Pftul find Den-
ver Omaha w KanaMCltywjrtte.to
caioi.i v..w. ...,rt..
Portland San Francisco.
Steamer leave Alnsworth dock, Portland
Sept. 14, I9i 4. 29 ""d Oct. 4 9i Mi 9. ?4t
Fare Cabin, 8Iteertce, W.
WILLAMETTE' rRIVER DIVlblON.
For Portland and way poinu steamen iuim
andlElmore dally except Sunday, at 6:45
a.m. Returning, leave Portland dally ex.
cent Sunday, at 6 a. m, For Hirrisburg and
. nr.ini .ipimcr Modoc. Tuesday, ft hurt-
day and Saturday, about J P m ;lelum
log, leave Harrlsburg for Corvallli, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at I p. m., arriving
. iy-1 .Ua nA, afl.MnAtl.
Lowest freight and passenger rates, Round
trip tickeu very cheap. Ticket d and
bacgage cnecii iiiraucu p !-" -Oregon,
Washington andtlie East. No extra
1 " 1 .... t..nifrt fTtutire of rill
rtorfullVc.K - Barker
Pres. and Manager.
W. II. HURLBURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or.
For fullidelalii call on or aaorsw
G. M. POWERS
Foot of Trade St. Lcl Agent,
, Hit M. 09l'Kl0o
nnwdr (ur Uoborrb
'I"" ut.H nr. natural UU-
iuii elirM. or nr UBamm.
rr,..--..-,-.. ijh rt "i", -sr
' .JTT;uta. lion, irruauuo u yi
lTHtf.CtWMi: -ZT; w.i.
tOtqan.0.aM,,7..t lu &!& rwi,
r -- T-' 1.1 " Fn.
llo. or S Uiltka. J.I.
, 0tVculr ewit ou r4UC
for purity, and tor Improvement of tho eo
plexlon notftlni equaia """ "
Eastern R. R. Company
tYAQtJINA BAY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yeavlna U&y with
Francisco & Yanuina uay Steamrfdo i
STEAMR?.. LBVWwne (or C(
Connecting at YeqIna Bay with tfee Sa
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 3130
Sails from Yaqulna every 8 days for Sw
Francisco, Coos Bay, Port Orford, Trinidad
and Iltimbolt Bay. '
Passengor accommodations uMrpassd.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or polnti west to 8a
Franclscot Cabin, to; steerage, (;toCooc
Bay and Tort Oxford; eaVir. $6j to Humbold.
Bay, cabi W wttvl hip, good 60 days, t6t
Themost popular KMldo resort on the
Xoftlu'Paoi&a -Coast. No undertow surf
bathing absolutely safe.;
. ior,,inoalwuB.g,i?cfXBm9 hujhk m
fishim? with aniHUlo JIWM, this resort lias no
equal. Deer, bear, elk, cougar, brook 'trout
anu saimon iroui can 00 raunu m uuuuiw
within a few hours' drive of the bay, f
EDWIN 8TONE,M8gerrCrvlHi, Of
I. U. MA1U, OUDl. IMVCr JVITUIUS.
U,,, BAIJDWJN, Local Agent.Altoe DA
!(i Sjbra '
Elegant Dinin Cars' -rTnurlstSleuoins
To St. Paul, Mlnneapolls.DuJuthJ l-arg,
irand rojat, s,rootwi, oiuiu,,
Helena and Butte.
To Chicago, Vahington, Philadelphia, Jw
? vb.a .J It Dolni
11 VOrlC, MOSIOO, w mwuw
' East arvi South
ForVlnronnatlon, time cards, maps a
THOMASfcWMT & QO.
j6sJ,Cowmerclal srreet, Salm,'Or.?
A. D. Charlton, At. Oen'. IPasi, Agt.,
Morrison t.. corner Third Portland. Or.
Fan nABfcAlrA.rtf, I
&o fur mb (x sr eiiafi
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ry, loi4 votMlt, ana HW hin Mket,
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wy Mrt of tbeixlx, Hfirot
cat. H th-iWy J
e Kvansat toenreTw aol
t eXiallaiMMt tkw wwM
pin,! dh vmuimi wwr
ySc4d by DruEgists,J