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GOLD DUST WASHING POWDER.
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"ug wj., uihiiduuii agents, rmra and Yamhlil S".. ''a'ad-
FOR SALE BY D- J.TFRY, SALEM, OREGON
FPOM A SUFFERKR.
How A. Cooper Had a Rotten Bone
Healed After 35 Years.
Chehalis, 'Wash., April 9, 1308.
Dr. J. F. Cook, Salem, Or:
1 received your letter and was jjlad
to hear from you. You want to know
how my let' Is netting nlonir. It Is
all right; the flesh is growing out over
the ihln bone and Is turning white.
It Is rnt straight yet, but I think It
will be as straight as the other leg
when warm weather comes on. I can
work most of the time. The other
doctors told me 1 could never be
cured without splitting It and scrap
ing the bone, but they are mistaken.
It Is getting well without cui tlntr or
scraping, so they do not know as mucn
as they thought they did, but you are
all rlcht, for you have douc Ju3t what
you said you could do. I will answer
any questions you ask about my leg,
Very truly yours,
Dr. Cook's ofilcetls at 301 Liberty
Junction JCIty Chester Nichols,
aged about 15, received quite serious
injuries through falling from a dray
Tuesday, the wheel passing over his
Meets Your Needs.
When you feel tired, languid,
nervous and arc troubled with pimples
and eruptions, you will And Hood's
Sarsaparllla exactly meets your needs.
It purities and enriches the blood and
enriches the blood and lmparts (x it
the qualities needed to tone the
neryes and nourish the whole system,
It cures all blood humors.
Hood's Pills euro sick headache,
nausea, biliousness and all liver ills.
Price 25 cents,
Roseburg A large number of
evaporators are being built in this
section to handle the immense prune
A CHILD ENJOYS
The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
In nnnrl nf n lnvnrlvp. nnrl If Mm father
or mother be costive or billious, the
most gratifying resuiw louuw us us,u,
so that It Is the best family remedy
auunui uivij ..m.j .. . ,
a bottle. Manufactured by the Cali
fornia Jj'ig syrup uo.
Pendleton Murkery went up to
100 In the shade here Monday.
Thousands are in
They ore despondent and gloomy, cannot
Bleep, have no appetite, no energy, no
ambition. Hood's Barsaparlllasoon brings
help to such people. It gives them pure,
rich blood, cures nervousness, creates an
nppetito, tones and strengthens the
atomach and Imparts new life and in
creased vigor to all the organs of the body.
Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1.
Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills, ascents.
N nrs r
AOL, TON A.
t Raves for Portland Monday,
Wednesnday and Friday, 7 14$ a.u
' yuick time, regular ser- T
' vice and low rates. X
Dock between Stat
and Court streets. T
I M. P. BALDWIN, X
Z -Agent, Salem. S
a. a, rotan,
229 Commercial at.
lias just received two cars of new
From the East. Full line of
2C Wall Paper and Carpets 2C
Best stock of
to per cent off on wall paper to make room
for fall stock. 7 1 imd&wJ
TEAS AND COFFEES
Some rare brands.
And all that goes with the frui
JOHNSOX & , aWDBVERT.
Xoo COURT ST; PHONE tax
your thinking cap or your V
working capf Tlie woman
who studies to eave herself
labor and expense who J
strives to liave her house
look best at all times finds
nothing so helpful as
Beit for cleaning crerrthlng.
The X. E. Fatrbank Compsnr,
Chicago. 81. tools. New York. .
Boston. Philadelphia. ,
rty unlne Dr. PennVt
HL.WL wllLls TM nrlifu1 r.MI
xriiow nerve i'l'.u.
guaranteed to cure all nemus diseases, sueh as Weal M-mory.IxKsof
Brain Power, Headache, Wakefulness, Lost Ma'.hooo, xhtly Hmt
Ions, Nervousness, ull drains, loss or power in Cenernu V Organs of
either (ex, caused by over-xertion, yauthrul errors, excessive use of
tobacco, opluraor stimulants, which lead to Infirmity.CoiKumptionoi
itnitr. Can be carried in vest pocket. Xt.ooperbox.f v fc.br mall
Repaid. Circular Free. Sold by all druggists. Ask for It . tko no other
Manufactured by th- Peau Medicine Co.. Piris France. Caue-Davi
PoRTLAND,.July 14. Wheat vallej
63: Walla Walla, COc.
Flour Portland, 93.75: Superfine
$2.25 per bbl.
Oats White 3839c.
Hay Good, $11012.00 per ton.
Hops 512ic; old crop 40c.
Wool Valley, 1012c; Eastern
Mlllstufi Bran, $15; shorts, $15.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3.50
turkeys, live, 1012c,
Eggs Oregon,'C13c per doz.
nides Gicen, salted 60 lbs, 88Jo.
under 60 lbs,07c;sheep pelts,1520c,
Onions $1.50 per sack.
Butter Best dairy, 2530c; fancy
creamery, 50c55c a roll. '
Potatoes, 3035c per sack.
Hogs Heavy, $4.75.
Mutton Weathers 31c; dressed, 61c,
Beef Utecr8,$33.50;'cows, $2.503,
Hay Baled, cheat, $89.
Flour In wholesale ots,-$4.15: re
Hogs drecsed, 6Jc.
Live cattle 213c.
Butter Dairy 12015c: creamery,
sneep Live, $2.50(ai$3.
Wool Best,15c. Mohair 25c.
nops Best fcYS14c.
Eggs 12Jc in cash.
Poultry Hens, 7c; spring chickens
Farm smoked mm f Bacon, 8c,
ham, 10c shoulder, 8 iiUc.
OREGON STATE NEWS.
Roseburg 21 recruits were mus
tered In here and left Tuesday.
Coryallls The boiler from the
wrecked steamer, Yaqulna City, has
The Dalles The ladies here have
organized an Emergency corps, Mrs
Rinehart is president.
Astoria Seven hundred pounds of
new seining web was stolen srora Tal
lants seining grounds Saturday night.
Oregon pension were granted as
follows Menday: Original Robert F.
Yocum Jacksonville, $0. Increas
Chaiies Gibbons, Woods, $8 to $12;
Francis M. Poe, Medford, t3 to $10,
Portland The Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Company will establish
telegraph offices at Seaside, Gearhart
Park aud Flavel, July 15, for the ac.
commodatloa of visitors to the sea
shore. Damascus Clark Hlllery died
Sunday as the result of a fall, from a
load of hay the day previous. He was
unloading bay with a derrick fork,
when it broke and he fell from the
wagon, suffering injuries which
caused his death,
Walla Walla At a special election
held here Saturday to vote on the
proposition to Issue $30,000 worth f
10-year bonds for the erection of a
new brick school house, the measure
was carried by a vote of 201 to 16.
The Dalles The preliminary exam
ination of E. E. Balrd, charged with
stabbing the little son of Prosecuting
Attorney Jayne, took place before
Justice Bayard. Balrd was bound over
to await the action of the grand jury,
his bonds being placed at $400.
Astoria The 10-year-old son of
Peter Johannsen, of East Astoria, met
with a yery severe accident Tuesday,
which may result fatally. While
playing on a merry-go-round he was
struck on the head and rendered un
conscious. He is suffering from con
cussion of the brain.
The following officers were elected
by the Marlon county lodge of Good
Templars at WoDdburn Monday,
Past c Grand Chief Templar Rev: J,
W. Webb, of Fresno Cal,f delivered a
lecture In the evening. The next
quarterly meeting of the lodge will he
held in Butteville, In September,
Coqullle H. ;Snook, the court
house contractor, returned last Fri
day evening from a brief abseui to
Salem and Portland. While away,
Mr. Snook purchased the necessary
lime and cement for the erection of
the'eounty's new temple of Justice,
and also engaged three brick masons
so as to greately expediate tho work
The carpenter work will be done
wholly by home labor,
The J Dalles. George P. Morgan,
an old resident here died Tuesday at
the Cascade locus. Mr. Morgan was
one of the best known residents 01
Tho Dalles, having lived hero over o
years, ne served one term as depul,
county clerk, after which he was tv,
several years editor ot tbn Wasco
. WILL NOT BE DISTURBED.
Blanco Can Rest in -Peace Until
Commodore Watson Returns.
New York, July 14, A Tribune
special from Wash Inton says:
Tho actual departure of Commd
dore Watson's raiding .squadron for
tho coastof Spain, which the naval
authorities expect wllh occur about
tho end of the prcscnt'weok,' indicates
sufficiently the complete abandon'
ment of any Intention to besiege Ha
vana in tho next three or four months
and confirms tho impression that no
extended military operations will, be
prosecuted in Cuba after the capitu
lation of Santiago.
The remarkable difficulties which
have attended the Investment of San
tiago and the resulting tedious delays
have served to convince tho military
and naval authorities that Havana
cannot be attacked successfully with
less than 100,000 men and the entire
naval force in the Atlantic.
The city, ordinarily one of the best
fortified ports in tho world, has been
made mors, impregnable- in the last
two months through the ceaseless ac
tivity of General Blanco, who has
surrounded it with several chains of
strong entrenchments and fortifica
tions, in addition to the new bat
teries he had mounted along the
coast. Without the strong vessels
attached to the raiding squadron the
navy would bo powerless to render
effective assistance- to the army
against Havana, and It is deemed im
possible that land forces alono could
secure the surrenderor the city within
less than several months' campaign,
which would be out of the question
before midwinter on account of the
Promptly upon tho fall of Santiago,
It Is announced, the expedition to
Porto Rice is to be undertaken, with
General Miles In command of three
divisions, aggregating more than 30,
000 men. Ho will have the co-operation
of Admiral Sampson's heavier
sul pi in the assault on San Juan, and
it is his Intention to clear the entire
island of Spanish troops with every
energy at his command. Ills force
will Include practically all the regular
and volunteer troops now at Santiago,
tho Cubans and lmmunes being left to
hold that province.
In addition to the 43 transports al
ready secured to carry troops to Porto
Rice, including tho 30 that formed
General Shatter's main expedition,
the navy has consented tr the tempo
rary use of the auxiliary cruisers St..
Paul, St. Louis, Yale and Harvard
to carry the regiments, and a number
ot other vessels will be available next
The medical corrs of tho army ex
pects yellow fever to appear among
the troops at Santiago at any time,
The light fnvers which aro now in
validing many ot the men may .at
any moment assume malignant types.
For this reason urgent recommenda
tions have been made that the troops
be taken out of the country as soon as
possible! The surgeons declare that
the horrors of a long continued siege
would be incalculable, and In their
opinion it will be found better to lose
hundreds of men in' an- aggressive as
sault than to expose the entire army,,
and this country as well, to 9 devast
ating epidemic of yellow feyer.
Tho Dalles Six thousand, sheep
were, shipped from here to White
Earth, Mont., in one consignment
filled a train of double decked cars, 0
A Padlocked Heart.
in their own
hearts and si.
strong men to
cry out in
ings of women are more
than half unknown and un
appreciated. The refined
sensitiveness of their or.
eanism lays them liable to
a thousand exquisite tortures which a
coarser nature can never .experience or
The least derangement or disorder of the
delicate special organism of their sex over,
whelms the whole physical and mental be.
insr with weakness and wretchedness.
Hut it is a mistake to suffer these troubles
in silence. They may be cured in the per
fect privacy of home, without the repugnant
ordeal of examinations and "local treat
ment," which the family doctor is sure to
No physician in the world has had a wider
or more successful experience. .n the treat,
merit of woman's diseases than Dr. R. V,
Fierce, chief consulting physician to the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of
Buffalo, N, Y. Hts "Favorite Prescription "
is a positive cure for the most obstinate and
complicated feminine difficulties.
It is the only medicine of its kind pre
pared by an educated, skilled physician.
Mr. J. K. Sneed, of Omen, Texas, writes 1 MM
wife was badly afflicted with female weakness,
W tried three of the beat physicians ia the
country without benefit, but at great expesM.
My wue grew worse, and we gave up in de
spair. She could not get iu and oat of doers
without help; was not abU to stand on her feet
long at a time, complained 'of dragging down
pains in abdomen. Nothing but aa untimely
death seemed awaiting her, when happy
thought In-the name of IV. pJero came to my
mind. I wrote to Dr. Pierce received hit advice,
followed It, ray wife improved perceptibly from
the first two week's treatment, contlaurd the
treatment aix.tnonths, and pronounced the curt
tamfiUlt. at coat of less than one month's treat
ment by be last physician we employed before
consulting Or. Here. She uxd Dt. rierce's Fa
vorite rrescriplion and tbsloUow recommended
by htm. .It boas twoysa.atoee aad U
goc3Tfit js pcrnuaeH."
Bonneville, Or., July 14. The
steamer Regulator was ..wrecked cs
terday on the rocks Just below the
Cascade locks, Shohadon board 160
passengers and a largo amount of
freight, Including Bouie teams.' The
passengers and most of tho freight
were landed on the Oregon shore. The
passengers were sent to their destina
tion by rail through arrangements
made by the steamboat company. The
boat lies submerged up to her state
room windows, but can be raised with
little loss, unless broken to pieces on
the rocks bo tho high wlndB. Tugs
and a force of carpeners aro expected
from Portland today to commenco the
work of raising the steamer.
Blanco Attempts Suicide.
K.:y West, July 14. According to
advices from Havana, received hero
today, Governor-General Blanco at
tempted to commit suictde when he
.learned, beyond a doubt, that Ad
miral Ccryera's squadron had been
Blanco was In the palaco when the
Intelligent reached him, and ho be
came almost frenzied. Ho was
closeted with his staff and General
Arolas, of the Spanish forced, discus
sing the news when he made an at
tempt on his life. After a struggle
he was subdued and disarmed, but
the shock was so severe that he was
prostrated, and compelled to keep to
his bed for several days.
This information was brought by
Jose Paulino Blanco, who indlguantly
rcrjudlated the suggestion of his kin
ship with the governor-general.
WILL QO BLINDFOLDED.
Such Will Be the Stupendous Task of
Prof. Grant Chesterfield the noted
thought reader and palmist who Is
performing such marvelous work at
Dr. Rowland's, Corner Court and
Liberty streets, In reading the palms,
will leave Salem In a few days for
Tacoraa to undertake- tho stupedous
task ot piloting the steamer Flyer
front Tacotna to Seattlo blindfolded.
Communication being with the aid of
a copper wire attached If rom the
pilots wrist to Ghesterheld's. Objec
tions are raised on all . sides and ex
cltement Is at fever heat the odds
being as high as fifty to ono that he
will not succeed. Should he perform
this wonderful feat it certainly would
rank him as tho acknowledged king
peer of all thought readers.
It Is probable that Prof. Chester'
field leaves Salem. Saturday night.
His parlors are still streamed with
patrons from morning until night.
His fee for a complete reading of
one's life Is 50 cents.
The parlors remain open .evenings.
Paints, Oil Window Glass Var
nish, and tbo most complete stock
of Brushes of all kinds in the state
Artists materials, lime; hair; ce
ment and shingles; and the finest
que: 'try 01 grass seea
Now today advertisements tour lines
or less in this column lnsorted three
times for 25 ote, $0 eta. a week, $1
per month. All over four lines at
lOIl. SALE, A young Jersey. lust fresh.
Call at No, 4 Surrmer.street. 7-13 3t
PRIVATE SALR-Cheat and oats twenty
tons hay- field at f 4 per ton. Four horses
2 sets harness, 1 wagon, 1 two-leaf harrow
4 young hogs 1 sow and pies 1 2.year old
heifer and other articles all at bai gains.
Call at Van Mann's place pear Zena Folk
county. J. H. Campbell. 7-I2-2W d&w
HAT SCALES. Most reliable service in
Salem, Price only 10 cents. Remember
the Uuffalo Scale. Headquarters for lime
cement and plaster, J. F. Gilmore, 54
State street." 7-i2-im.d&w
HAY FOR SALB-At State Fair grounds.
Inquire at kherifl's office. F, N, Derby,
superintendent of grounds, 7 iz.3t
FOR SALE. A good team and wagon for
5o, norsesweign 1200 eacn. appiy at
Derby &. Co's. office, Salem, 7 I2-3HJ
WANTED. fosition at housework by
competent person. Apply at Salem lodg.
ing house,;over Branson's sto.'e. n' 3t
SCREENS, Jtaors and windows made to
keep out flta. Carpenter jobbing and
Saw-filing. Prices the lowest and work
the best. L. W. Benson at Rigdon'i
undertaking parlors. 7-8 im
FItBETOAZiIi.r-Purchasers of goods to
the amount of one dollar or more will be
presented with handsome "Dewey"
Souvenir spoon at the Emporium 309 Com.
st. Don't miss this rare opportuity. 6201m
FOR SALE OR TRADE. FoT'caTK,
wood, or cow. Good. Columbia bicycle.
E. Hofer, Salem. 6-33-tf
WANTED. -Solicitors of good address,
either sex, to sell California Roses, rare,
hardy ornamentals, etc. Town and cities
only. Willpay salary, weekiy.' be quicks
state age. The Howlani Nu'sery Com
pany, Los Angeles Cal. 620 im
Please notice theTcst la prioM
;a tbe JeUewfaf
SUxts, fUim iocwU
Unfit- drawers .....S to Iocett
V&itt shirts 5toiowfcs
5?ff Prpar,,t ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,3 '
HsndksretaUfc,.., I eet
Sfct aid bHIvw rijfg 24 eU per dou
aa otaar wwk hi ptepert-lea.
tyPIsimtto nai other warklattUtieBMy
CO&. J. OLMBTaUD, "t Proprli
9 UuLil lJUUlJJJrJ.
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR BIGHT TO
THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK.
I, DRf:6AMyEL PITQHER, of Hyannis, Massschu
soils, was tho orfginalor of "CAStppIA," thtf time that
has borno and does now bear o ynA . V "" on sry
the fao-simie signature of ' WQJV&, wrapper.
This is the original "CASTORIA" which has been used In
the homes of the Mothers of America fqr over thirty years.
LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and, see that it ia
the kind you have always bought rf ytr'" on n0
and haa the signature of (&&. cucMm, wrap
per. No one haa authority from ma to use my name except
The Oentaur Company, of which Ohas, H, Fletoher is President.
TMt eiMTAgn comf-any, tt murkat ithit, ntw roan sir.
SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION
Or V. A. WANNiSecretaty of Faculty.
Paints and Oils,
Superior Stoves-land RanoxsJIand
Gocd Fishing Tackle, go , to
BROWN St SMITH
,256 Commercial st,
New Plckles.per qt
Arbucklo ana Lion Coffee, per pk
Bulk Olives, per pint
Lenox Soap, 0 bars
Uest Mocha and Java Coffee, per lb...
Good Mocha and Java coffee per lb
10 lbs Lard
5 lbs Lard
Chocolate, per lb....
iu 103. u. wneaD
10 lbs Corn Meal
Try our lio Cream Oats for mush.
Old P. O Gorner
OREGON GREEN 4 DRIED FRUIT CO
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Wholesale produce and fruit. Packers and
chickens, eggs and farmers pioduce.
CRYSTAL ICE AND COLD STORAGE CO.
Manufacture Ico from pure distilled water and furnish same in any quan
94 Stato street, Next Door East of Buah'a Bank,
Best meals in the city for 15c. Give us a trial
JAS. RADER. ELMER WHITE
Express and Transfer
Meets all mall and passenger trait.. Bag
Kge and express to all parts of the city
ompt service. Telephone No. 70.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be rtceived by the schoo
directors of District No, 8 of Coos county,
Oiegon, for the erection and completion of a
6-rcom scboolhou'x, with basement, warm,
iog furnaces, etc., according to plans and
Mxaficatioas on file in the clerk's office in
the said School District bo, 8, said bidding
to be closed on jury 10, 1099, 111101,
Bonds in a sufficient amount to protect the
district will be required In all cases sf con
Directors reseye the right to reject inr of
Howe lo be a frame house with plastared
Walls and brick foundatios .
All necessary information can be obtained
at the clerk's office, or by apply!)? to the
architect, Chas. II. Harggraf, of Salem,
Coqulllt City, Oregon, June 21, 1808.
District Cletkof District 8, CoofCyvaty,
Orsgeo.' ' - " r.fa3-fktd
Strong academic rnd r rofessioral courses.
Well equipped training department of nine
grades, Willi 230 ChUdieii. '
Regi'ar Minnal course uf three )C us.
Sen'or year wholly piofesjlinal.
Graduate ot ncredtted high schools and col
lej.es admit t uiucjly to piolcbsi nal work.
The diploma of she sJiool s recognized
by law as a lifo certificate to te.
The graduates of the school are In rie
L'get exp nsesc-'1 he jear hem $120 to
Beautiful and healthful location, no
The first term w)U open Tuesday, Septem
Catalogues giving full details of work
cnccuuiiy ecih on appiicuuon. nuuicss
P. L. CAMPBELL, President.
....... 1 10
,15o, 2 for 25o
. i 15c
HARRITT & L-ATffRENCE
shippers. We pay higest cash fprice 'for
i i . ii. . hi i ,
M'GUIRB & TEATZ.
State & Klneteentu streets, Salem,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received by the County
Clerk, of Linn County, Ocgon, uniil 1
o'clock p. m.. July 27th, 1898, for labor and
material required in the remodeling and Im
proving a brick court house for Linn County,
at Albany, Oregon, All work to be coin,
pitted by November 1, 1898, according to
plans and specifications on file with the
county clerk of Albany and Charles H. Burg
graft, architect. Salem, after July 13. All
Ida must be filed with Coanty Clerk at
Albany, The County Court will 'consider
bids as follows 1
First For the cotnplctlcn of the entire
SecontL All mason and carpenter work.
Including material of brick) stone, lath and
plastering, cementing, eeeqete, lumber e.c.
Third Heating and pliwWg caaapJetc.
Fourth t Galvanised iron, tinning and
Tt iticcefiircGBtrs:tor will h required
to give aa approved bead fair the asowst of
his contract immediately after the same is
awarded Urn, tt-U sch comdirtew as the
coMtrtaar determine asd damaad.
The Colmty Court mkmvm the light to re
ject any or all Mds.
Vf oraer 01 we uouwy un ibis duj aay
of July, 1898,
. .FRANK PRABTREE,
Albany, Or.' T ' m f County Clerk
ftuul a ullalil i
O. ti. TJIAOK-
Stsecesser.to Dr. J. M.BKeene, old fttitt
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate fees ijwy,br1arch.ari
In especial request.
Capital Soap Works!
Running at full blast and maklnir lvi
of laundry and toilet soaps. Be sure to call
ior me saiem orand when jou want goo?
A. W. ANDEREGG,.
O. H. LANP
211 Commercial at.
BTSuits $15 and upwards,
Pants $3 and upward
BREWSTER & WHTTB,
HAY. OR AIN
Shorts, chop, floor, mill eed. tto.
9X Court st., Salem, Or
New Blacksmith Shop.
W- T- R- SMITH & CO '
the old reliable smiths have opened a
shop rppoaite the breweiy. and lnvlt)
patrons. Best work and lowest prices
WD commercial st, fciaiem.
BALTIMORE FISO MARKET !
Highest market cash price raid for poultry
and eges also second hand' goods' to bade
tor chickem and eggs, at l8tCommercial
st, Salem Or. 5-3i-im d&w
OFFICE, CITY HALL
For water service apply at office. BUS
payable monthly In advance.. Make
complaints at the office.
If you want toltallzo your bees now Is your
opportunity. I have made arrargercents fo
Bne waranted nueeni from I. W, 1C Shaw &
Co., of Louisville, Chas. D. Douvall, of
Happy Lrcck, Va., Y. II. Laws, Lavcoa,
Ark., Theo. Bender, Canton, O,, also
breeders in North Carolina and Tennessee
for any number and can furnish fine' Italian
?ueens at 75 cents or will Introduce them in
rame hives for $l each. Cash with order.
7 5 tf R. R. RYAN.
On and After July 5th, the
office of the
Salem Gas Light Co.
WILL . BE AT
No, 71 Chemcketa st,
Utate Insurance Building.
Call and examine our stock of
"Office with Salem Gaslight Co.
T. B. TUTIIILL, Manager,
HOTELS AND BOAKDDm
Only First Class House In the City. Rates
reasonable. Sample rooms, in connection.
Can to all trains and public buildings fair
the door. Come State and High streets.
MB ATS AND POULTRY.
State street, near railroad, Freshest and
best meats, My patrons say I keep the b:sl
rreats in town. a sf
Dealers in all kinds of fresh salt and smoked
me its. Lard In bulk,'oc a lb. Cheapest mark i
in town. We mate it a Specialty to keep all
kind of Sausage on hand. Try us.
Brown & Son, of the East Salem meat mar
ket, have enlarged aad refitted their stop aad
wlii be pleased to tc all ol tb"U- old patroa
and the rest of the community. Orders takes
and delivered, Pareats sanding children
may depend oa bavlag their orders caa
sclfrfttloualy fil'ted ICV4H
MCROW St: BTBOSLOrr,
Butchers and Packers
COLD STORAGE MEATS,
Best stock, best service aad fewMt '
em Water Co,
'" ' " .'if
1 are rewaved tMtfraataff ; sUvfe
teg besteesa to 3M C waereM a
eppesSta state Xaawaaee balding.
Notice to pleatnre seelten.
I am prepared to pack people Into die hot
tpt'ri. irir)c e in h mountains, here,
. slH lo'icik fom loriariec mpis ps--
6i7dw3m fRANK TERKETr, Detroit Or
A new truss on a mw
principle A perfect
support to all who
DR. STONE DRUB
Salem. - Or
HAY FOR .SALE!
Fiom the Hnbbard farm, r.ood clove- o
grain hay, free from weeds, leave orders at
396 Commeicial street, 6 s8 tf
The largest implement houe
of the Willamette valley,
Rscin I uggitt and hacks.
Buffalo Pitts Harrows
Monitor & Tiger drill andeeders.
. Planett Jr. dnllstand cultivators.
. McCormick binders, mowers and rakes
John Deere plows and harrows
Russell engine and thrashers.
Repairs kept intrck for 'all ibova
For sale by
E M, CROISAN,
The best is cheapest
E. S, Lamport,
Saddleryi. . .
Brlngin your' old harneaa and
Prices Always the Lowest,
Storage at reasonable
rates, Appjy to
SALEM WATER CO,
Candian Pacific R.R.
And Soo Pacific Line
Chicago t '
and all points east and southeast.
Cheapest rates, bestservice and accommo
dations Through tourist sleepers to Minneapolis,
St. Pan!, Toronto. Montreal, Boston aad
Portland, Me., without change
ian Pacific Railway Go's. Ymm
ine of steamships to Japan and China
The fastest and finest "hips on the Pacific
ocean. Shortest nd lxt route to th
Canadian Australian S. S. Co.
To Honolulu, Fiji and Australia The
shortest route t the colonies.
For rates, fo -'ere and any information call
on or address,
F. N. DERUY & CO.,
Agents, Salem, Or,
Agent, 146 'third street, Portland, Or
K J. COYLE,
Distiicl Passenger Agent, Vancouver, B C,
Oreffon Short Line.
Line for all coiats , East aad scums st.
rKbr; reciiaUkjrcMir can, i'hwsmhi
sleeping car', aad upfaolstefM teawUt
lag can oa anparaaga i.
C. a TERRY,
j4 .Third Stiei IWtlad. Q