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SHOPPING BAGS Necessary for every
ladies comfort when shopping. Made
of heavy twino nnd lenthor trimmed
OOMItS SItIo combs, plain or jewelled,
loiiipndoiir, a nico lino nt ."50c each.
CHATELAINE BAGS Any size from
n 10c one to the fancy seals nt f 1.50.
GANNON'S CREAMS AND LOTIONS
for chapped ImndB nnd sunburns.
BELT BUCKLES Jnt rccolval, En
nnielcd nnd cut steel buckles 80c, 50c
nnd 75c. Full line of ribltons for liclts.
FANS Dainty combination of colors on
FIN I)E SIECLE COMBS By uso of
theso combs, nil hair pins are done
away with, the comb holds the hair.
CANNON'S PERFUMES AND TOI
LET WATERS nro celebrated for
their delicacy nnd fragrance.
They are ready for your inspection
New Golf Plaid
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Business Being Transacted at the Court
Louise Forstner executrix of tho estate
of Ben Forstner, deceased, has filed her
final nccounUtnd the hearing is set for
The lond of Marguerite Beck, guar
dian of the persons and estate of Joseph
R. nnd Loo no Beck, in the sum of $2,200
with Paul Klinglo nnd W. II. Byrd as
securities, has been approved.
An attachment suit has been com
menced in Department No. 1, by the
Goodalo Lumber Co., ngalnst E. A.
Stanton. Plaintiff asks Judgement for
51 1.01, alleged to lien balance due on
lumber sold to the defendant, witli In
terest from July 15, 1800.
F. W. Durbin, sheriff, to the W. E.
Her, 51.51 acres in t 4 s r 1 w sheriff's
A pretty assortment of the best
Foreign and Domestic productions
Exclusive styles, Call and see them
J. J. DALRYMPLE & COMPANY,
A Pleasing Reflection
PERSONAL AND LOCAL,
Ills to know when your eyes trouble
you from falling or defective sight, that
there is an expert optician in town that
you cuu doond iiou to proorly tout
your sight, nnd ndjiist glasses that will
lit them perfectly. I tun n selentlllo and
oxporloncod optician, and my prices for
tlio finest glasses, you will find most
EYES TESTED FREE
Remember I can replace any kind of u
broken lens nnd repair any frame,
Touluht and Huniluy occasional rain
The Daily Journal has
more subscribers in Salem,
and paid-up ones at that,
than any other newspaper.
Ice Not Qivcn Away.
1 cannot afford to give ice nway, but
urn Belling u pure article at u price that
is within ihu reach of all,
Giiyhtai. Icu WnilKH.
J. Mogulro, Prop. 1ft tf
Kllnger A Ueck,Successots to SouthSalcm
All orders for bottled beer will 1k filled
t tho brewery. Kept on cold storage.
Free ally dolluiry. Telephone 21.11.
Ice Very Neatly atven Awy,
We can give Ico tiwny, to eniivlnco you
como nnd ieo How big u oliiink you gul
for little money. Our Ico Is umuufiio
Hire from puro distilled wutr.
Capitol Ico Works,
2Stf IvMNUHIt & llHUK.
II. Phelps went toNcwborgthls morning.
.1. ( , (ii)oilale ruturnel to Colin rg to
J.. I. Adams went to Portland on busi
ness. A. N. Mooros returned from Newport
Mrs. E. II. I'lagg has ruturned from
Ex-Sheriff Hi Plummer drove to
0ti!ur Itasouborg of Mrooks was a Sa
lem visitor today.
(Ico. (ioodhuo, the gilt-cdiro butter
maker, Ih in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. John Khultz, of Dallas
were Salem visitors today.
Miss Ella Hliijip went to Portland to
dny for a weok h vnetlon.
Rev. Sllngle, of .Monmouth, Ih tho
guest of frlHiids in this city.
James Clark, of Spring Valley, was n
Sulem business visitor today.
Mrs. Tho. Sims and family are home
Irom summering at Nye llrook.
J. II. Klloliliig and Alox Ufollott,
were in from Lake Lihish today.
Attorney J. N. Brown nnd Deputy
Sheriff Colbath were In Jefferson today.
II. F. Laoy and family, Mrs. A. Dis
iue and others have returned from
Mr. M. A. Cliugau and daughter
Verua of Dallas, did shopping in Salem
dipt. Worriok went to Portland today.
assigned to recruiting duty for the time
J. E, Murphy and family are home
from their outing at Ixiwor Soda, or
Mrs. S. Adoliih and family returned
today from their summer's recreation at
Miss Mniiiio Ralwock went to Oregon
City this afternoon to visit her cousins
for a few days.
Jnmet) Murrav of Dnhith. Minn..
brother-in-law of Hale Ikiokonsto, the
Imrbor, is bore on a visit.
J. F. Merrill and W. N. Merrill of
Albany, the White sowing machine inuu
wore in town today on business.
Mrs. P. Mclutlro, who has been the
guest ol Mrs. 'Iliomas Kay, returned to
ner nonie at uregon City
Tho river stands at 2.5 feet nlovo low
water mark this morning. Tho weather
prognostication by the bureau at Port
land indicates more rain, and beyond all
probability the stage of water will hold
at nlwut that stage for some time to
The fact that the water fell about two
feet recently has left hundreds of tho
logs which were being driven by tho
Spanldlng logging company beached and
requires extra work to roll them in.
The largo drive is now all ns far down as
Salem. Today the cook camp and fix
tures will bo brought down. Tho Grey
r.agio nas mo ueuvcry oi concurs
tlon of the logs nearly all completed.
i lio u. it. a
hop ware house at this point.
ering tho proposition
building a large
The Flour Market.
Hour advanced this morning from
$2.(15 to fIJ.OO ier barrel. Sovernl iner
chants made heavy purchases of. flour
this morning before the rise, Such pur
chases must bo paid for at once, and
the Hour is delivered as demanded.
The Salem mills have little wheat left,
although their warchouso is full of last
year's crop which still belongs to tho
farmers. Stayton and Aumsville mills
are out of wheat and refuse orders for
Hour nt nny price.
Some think the continued ruin will
make Hour very high this fnll, while
others claim that tho unmarketable
wheat will of necessity hnvo to bo
ground up nt home, nnd bunco flour
will grow cheaper. At nil events, there
will be no fuuune in Oregon.
Tho books which wore offered as
prizes for tho lest examination pnpors
in the Willamette university law school
last spring have been distributed by, Dean
In the Senior class W. Ellis Richard
son took tho first prize, Encyclopedia of
Picadingaud pructlce,in twenty volumes,
and K. W. Power, tho second, Co-operative
Digest, in six volumes. In tho
junior class II. A. Johnson, Jr., took the
prize of lllackstouo'H Commentaries four
Armed and Determined to Resist the
Atlanta. Gn.. Aug. 20, lliero Is a
renewal of tho race trouble nt Daricn,
Gn.. and Governor Chandler has acnin
been asked to send troops thcro to pre
vent nn outbreak. A few days ago Henry
Daleuat was arrested at Daricn on a
charge of assault, nnd n lynching was
prevented only uv tho nction of tho
governor In sending 200 members of the
rirst regiment, wno urougiit tno prison
er to Atlanta and left a detachment
on guard nt Dnrien. Today Joseph
Townecnd was killed and Octavfus
Hopkins was wounded by John Dale
gaf, whom they were trying to arrest.
Sheriff T. B. Blount, of Mcintosh comity
wired Governor Chandler today, urging
that more troops bo sent to Daricn, as
tho situation is critical. Govcr Chandler
has ordered the Liberty independent
troops to be in readiness to move.
Atlanta, Aug. 20. Gov. Bandler re
ceived advices from Col. Lnwton at
Daricn, stating that negroes have con
gregated in tho western iwrtlon at Mc
intosh county, fully armed and deter
mined. Sheriff Blount, with a posec
went to their stronghold with the inten
tion of attacking them but returned to
Daricn, believing it best to obtain more
men. .a a pec in i iu inu uuiiriuu iruin
Savannah says that Governor Lnwton
has iust ordered tho entire regiment to
Tho whole trouble hero began four
days ago, when Henry Deluge, n negro
wns chnrged with nssault and arrested.
His two pons began to talk in nn incend
iary manner aroused otlior negroes in
tills vicinity. All alarmists among the
negroes wero nrrestcd.
The jnil wns not large enough to hold
them and 25 of them were sent to Savan
hah yesterday. Deputies Townsend
At Friedman's New Racket,
We have not hold of several snaps in these goods, and will give our customers
the benefit thereof. Twenty-five per cent saved by buying your supplies of us.
RR ON TIME! X 2 X
- a m A A if .-.m-Ia.Ii A
Hop Gleves: We are selling lower tnan any oiner "uuae.
BE ON TIME!
Come and take
nA...,.-.i,ra nf fin'c hpfnrp if is ton late.
Overalls and Jumpers for bovs and men. Best value in the city.
Comforters and Blankets: We cany an immense stock. We bought them as
bargains and will sell them as such.
Men's Overshirts: A good article, only 25c. each.
Men's Underwear: Serviceable goods at 25c, each.
Towels and Toweling. Table Cloth and Napkins, Hosiery and Suspenders.
We are headquarters for bargains in all these lines,
and Hopkins went to the house of the
DelagePs Thursday night to arrest his
sons, when Townsend was killed
outright nnd Hopkins severely wounded,
by John Delngel. The negros are de
termined to stand by Delugels and have
congregated In large numbers.
Dahikn, Ga. Aug. 20, Tho city was
thrown into great excitement today by
tho nrrivnl of a courrier witli news that
tho negroes who wero believed to bo in
Delngel swamp have evacuated nnd
nro now six miles from the swamp, fully
armed. Tho situation is very grave.
Col. Lnwton believes the negroes will
The negros outnumber the whltos,
five to one. William Towntend, a
brother of tho man who was murdered
Thursday night, has place 1 himself at
tho bond of tno civilians, to co-ojierato
witli tho military forco.
Atlanta. Aug. 20. Gov. Chandler
received advices at 2 o'clock that 2,000
negroes wero Ixdieved to bo under arms
in Mcintosh county and that they posi
tively refused to give up the Dolagel
Atlanta, Aug. 20. Journal
lortcd ns captured this afternoon with
from Daricn says one of the Delagol's Is
A Young Detective.
J. It. Watkins n special detective of
tho American Detective Association and
w ho has Ihm'ii on secret service- work in
Salem for some time, went to Newport
tills morning. Mr. Watkins is working
up some coast cases. .Mr. Watkins is
yet n young man, being but 21 years old.
nut lias had considerable service for lxth
the A, I). A. and tho Pinkcrtons, having
worked for them nearly four years.
Miller is Dead.
J. II. Miller, the man who was shot
last Wednesday night by Edwin L.
.Minims, in .Miller's saloon, died Frt
day morning. An autopsy was held.
Mfinmsis in custody on a charge of as
sault with a dnuuerous weapon. This
charge will bo withdrawn nnd one of
It May or May Not,
There is a degree of uncertainty witli
respect to many tilings in this world j
but you will find your Sunday dinner
when you order it nt the White House
Savannah, Aug. 20. Tho First regi
ment of tho Georgia volunteers will leave
4 p. m. for Daricn. Tlioy will take live
days ratioiiB and 10,000 rounds of ammunition.
Rain or Sunshine
Whether it rains or the buii
you will need your Sunday
You will find it to your taste
The Salem Painters Union having
finished tho painting of tho North ami
East school buildings, tho lxiard of
school directors held a himcIiiI ineetingtliis
afternoon, and made the last payment
on tho Job. Tho directors speak fn tho
highest terms of the manner in which
tho work bus been done, nnd the Paint
ers union may well feel proud of the
way in which it lias handled its
first largo contract. Tho tall
tlagolo on the East building was not
mentioned in tho contract for painting,
but C. A. llort shinned up and painted
it, and the directors made him a present
of 1 2.50.
Cor Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore
Ex-Sheriff John Knight mid fninil
ware in the city today. John shvb
crop of onions Imvo not sprouted yet.
Mrs. Anna Nichol went to Portland
this afternoon to spend Sutidav witli
hor mother who U down from Piiynllup.
Miss Orlenn Lyons, of Independence,
is the giuet of AIIm) JimIo Denton, night
operator in the Snlmu Central Telephone
Mm. OlivwS. England went to Port
laud this afternoon to nddrtfew the na
tive Daughters, and she will do horMtlf
credit as usual.
MinsoH Ijiiirn and Roh Coleman re
turned today from San I'miioInni where
they hud an enjoyable time, having gone
on the Dr. Hair excursion.
, PRICE INDUCEMENT
Is the broom
Wc make use of for
OUR CLOSINC OUT SALE
Our Stock is yet complete
nut it will not ! in that condition king
if the crowd keep coming our way.
HOT WEATHER GOODS at
BELOW ZERO PRICES,
Shoes for Ladies and Men
Ah cheap us u in buy at tho factory.
Summer Underwear for Ladies and Men
At one-half price as long m It lusts.
Corsets, $2 Values for 50c,
And every line in proportion.
CDILLvIS BROS.& CO.
FIRST DOOR SOUTH OP POSTOPPICB,
Additional subscriptions have been re
ceived raising the total to tlOO.OoO.
The hint two are: J. 0. Fontaine, $500,
John 11. Soott, tloOO.
Tho (I. A. It. ladies and members of
the Union Veterans' Union will enter
tain the soldier lxn-s this evening. A
splendid program and lunch have been
Judge It. S. Dean and t-oit Ernest re
turned today from Yaqnluu liny, having
himnt part o' two days fishing up the .
trout streams euroute home.
Bad Weather Again.
Tho weather has taken another chango
for tho worse. It rained a little during
the night, and began nirnin early this
morning. Tliis rain came from the
north, and while it arrived nt n sorious
time, it is not believed that it can last
long with the wind in that quarter. The
barometer has fallen very low, and the
prospect Is for more rain.
Dave M. Smith formerly secretary of
the Oregon Ijiud Co., returned today
from the Klondike. Ho came out last
weok with lieu Cook, but does not ex
pect to return vory booh. Ho will visit
his relatives hero for a short time.
Il.llrown and ElmoKiilllani theDallas
stage driver and liveryman were in tho
city today making arrangements to start
a nrsi ansa uvery staple in connection
with sovernl stage linos.
Miss Matilda ltyrn returned homo
yesterday from tho other side of Mehama
wboro she has been visiting her friends,
Mr. und Mrs. I). II. Weynnt, the past
Mrs. N. J. Damon nnd family nnd Miss
M wul nnd Miss Itichtor returned today
from Nye llrook. lmviin: closed their
cottage for tho mkisoii.
In n row nt the Uelshee farm near
Moro. G. II. Dotsford, of Portland,
struck Charles A. Stutts, of Hood Hiver,
in the arm with a hayfork, breaking tho
arm and severing an artery. Uotslord
waH arrested nnd hold for trial in fJOO
bail. Ho escaped from the countv jail
while the keeper slept nnd is still nt
Glen .Tuck, n son of tho Linn county
trensurer, lins enlisted.
John Hoac'.i fell f rem a rapidly moving
train near La Grande, Tuesday morning.
The right arm wns so badly injured that
it wns necessary to amputate it nnd
the right leg wns broken at tho ankle.
Tho following are tho new olliccrs of
the Douglas county V. C. T. U : Presi
dent, Mrs. Helen It. Ferguson, Eden
corresponding secretary, Mrs, Ida F.
Marsters, Hoseburgj'recording secretary,
C. L. Armitiige, Heseburg: treasurer,
Mrs. Mary II. Jcwett, Gardner.
Mrs. Mary E. Dutcherdied near Philo
math Saturday from what tho doctors
think was carbolic acid. It is twlieved
that she took thepoison with suicidal
G. L. Ileos brought to tho Albany
Hornhl office Tuesday n new variety o'f
grass that no ono hns yet been able to
name. It grew in a field of oats which
hud been sown noon a timothy sod.
Tliore is but it single bunch of It as from
one seed. It stands more than waist
high ton tall man, and while the oats
wero full riio it was still green and tin
headed. The stems of the straw look
very much like rank oats, and the top
blades more like maize or small corn. It
grow in a field frequented by wild geese
in the winter, and suggests the seed may
have been brought to Oregon by geese.
Nuggets valued at about ll'-'.OOO are
exhibited at the Medford bank. They
form a small part of the clean-up of
the Sterling Mining Company. II. E.
Ankony, vice president of the bank, will
display them at the Portland exposition.
Mr. P. A. Young, of Albany, has ar
rived homo from his Alaska trip. Mr.
Young bad a -live experience in tho
famous Treadwcll mines. Ho was taking
n picture at a ciosoquurter, wnen an im
mense explosion of rock was made. Ho
quickly snapped his camera nnd lied just
in time, some uigrocKsiaiung where lie
had lcen standing. Tho result of the
snap is not yet known.
Members of I Co., in Albany, are fast
eetting into empleyment: Mr. Sam
Worrol has accepted n iwsition as day
clerk nt tho St. Charles, Clyde McClung
is working at McKillop it Ilurkharts,
Orm Dean will have charge of tho ware
house business of llenm & Simpson at
.uunKcrs, ueo. u. iiruco will onon an
insurance office and study law:. Fred
Kober is driving team, Arthur Purdom
is d raying, nnd the Iwys from tho farms
are now nt work. Several of the colloge
students nro preparing to resume their
studios in September.
Tho dato of tho picnic to bo given the
returned volunteersat Eugene postponed
on account of the weather, has Imhiii sot
for Thursday, August III. Everything
will bo free to tho i-oldior loys." Tho
arrangements will include many tilings
of interest. Propositions aro on foot to
have an exhibition drill ,by company C,
Second Oregon, a baseball gamo between
me soiuiers aim town ooys, dancing,
iiiiicii, aim n sonos oi oicycle
also be arranged.
Oregon City is to Imvo free mail de
livery. Mutt Mann, of Hillsborough, was
thrown from his cart and fntitatitlv
killed Friday morning. His neck wns
N. S. Nelson expects to build n new
Miwmill at Newberg in the near future.
New York Life Insurance Co
Largest International Insurance Company in the world.
Insurance in force Juno 1, 1808 $1,001,033,030
Willi over 400,000 Policy Holders.
Excess of income over expenditures in 180S.... 1 4 ,032,061
Gained in Insurance in 1893 07,000,1115
Earned for Policy holders in 54 over 03,000,000
lIUMfill il. SMITH, Special Agent,
Office vvltb Salem Land Pillce. 0-0in3 Salem. Oregon
Hay, Grain, Mill Feed
Flour, Salt, etc.
01 Court st.
Give us a call,
Brewster & White
F. J. Alex Mayer. J. II. O'Neill,
.Margaret Day, Miss Mary Day,
Fred Neckerinan, City, Julius Low,
W.S. Herdan Jr. Portland; James C.
Murry, W, F. Trephagen, San Francisco;
Joseph L. Herog, Toieka, Kansas;
G. M. Eriner, Frank Collier, Frank
Woods, Main Circus; H. II. Dnv, Chi
cago, ill ; C. It. nishop, W. A. 'Wlecb
iiiun, New York; F. A. Iiishop, llaniii
C. Menzier, San Francisco;
Hrooks, Salem. Neb.; J. W.
Fall C tv. Neb. : O. O. Cook.
.. r. -. ,..' -- .
iinistjoro, ur.; u. U. Sloan, Vesdon,
Neb.; Peter Cramer, Mills City; J. 1),
Naims, Uallston, Or.; T. It. Luckey.
Salem; Lillian McGcc, Portland; II.
Kaplingor, C. Crossmnn, Albany, W.
C. Dyer, Oregon City.
Prepare for Hop-picking.
You cannot hinder tho rain from fall
ing, but you can proparofor hop-nicking.
Estimating that tho hop crop for Ore
gon would be largo, and that many new
pickers would be required. I have liought,
and am now opening several bales of
heavy twill sheeting, a most economical
material for tents, as after von lmvi. nsoil
it for a shelter during votir outing, you
can cut tho cotton up for other purposes
for tho family; not necessary to lay it
away whore it may mildew and spoil be
fore next season. Then you will need
rubbers for youn-olf and the girls, nnd
blankets to Keep vou warm! Ixtttnr ml
cheaper to buy the articles to keep you
dry than to havo to pay for medical
treatment nnd drugs. All buy gloves.
I have alios and qualitios to suit. I buy
for cash, nnd keep for sale for cash, n
largo stock of staplo and fancv dry goods.
l our patronage solicited.
- . . W- ' Hoiwcv.
20i Commercial street.
For Your Dinner
Fresh meats for broil or roast
Corned beef its quality wo boast.
Cooked meats, boned ready to si ico,
All when served will prove nice.
If you prefer cooked meat
And wish to avoid the heat,
Have sent to your homo
Sausauo or hum without bone.
The Palace Market,
MOYEIt cc KDWMtDS.
Phono 2021. State sir eel
Lay in your winters supply now
while cheap. Second growtli ilr cut
from largo trees ?2.2T jer cord, also
largo (ir, ash and polo oak.
Phone .30. !110 Front cor. Chemckcta.
The German Market
Will bo found nil kinds of meat
and tho best of bausage. FHEE
DELIVERY. All bills due the
late firm of Wolt & Miescke
must be paid.
OIOL.2: Sl son
171 Commercial St.
ickors, tellers, Evorvboiv
lop ulovos. all sizes . . 2.'V First-class shirts -lli nnd 4S.
Hotter onon 80 und IKe Overalls 'Joe
Gray cotton blankets, ull prices. Straw cuffs 5c
uirge tar soap .. ftc Gotwloa 5c
Dark glasses, good one . 10c Cloth nnd eordnrov caps 15o up.
Straw hats . .... 5c up Working shirts ..'.... Ifclo
SiHinile wicks ftc up Work Shoos H5o up.
Now shoos now in. A I values in
Hamilton ltrowns work shoos. All price.
luiwarc, and a
sorts of Kitchen tigs
The Qui From Chili.
The regular theatrical season will
commence on noxt Friday ovenini: and
L. J. Mbbort camo home from Jeffer
son, where ho lias been building tho
new school house, today. Tho building
is now being plastered.
Jiuno.1, Malxil and Hlunch Johnson
went to their homos iu Portland todav.
having visted with Salem and Dallas
friends tho past week.
One 10.20 1'lationldgivon nway ovory
n!.r.tl',,MI'.or .fl"0 lwrticulars inquire
at Tlio hi to Studio. Successor to Sporry
the Artist. Don't forgot that we inako
twenty-one pictures for 25 cents.
,ftPi?"eyilKMrvIfl,ln l morning nt
1UMU. NO eVIlnlllir lutrvln.. Cl.l..l.
school and Y. P. s. C. E.ut usual hours.
After the Fire
To enablo 1110 to clean up and
make repairs, I must dispone of
Water and Smoke.
Moil's Shoos, Hoys' Shoes, Ladles
Shoos nt your own price. Come
and inspect the stock und sccmo
05 STATU STREET.
Pattou Bros. Losscos
secured as their oimiilng attraction tho
finest of nil comedies ''The Girl From
Chili" and it is acknowledged to be one
of the cleverest aggrigatlons of comedy
talent that ever visited this section.
The play is after tho "Charlnvs tiim
ordor, and teaming with all of the jwtent
factors of merriment and lemlipmud
munitions, mo present oomimnv i-
rccoLMiixed tbrouchoiit the mntr. nf
travel as one of tho lxst comedy orgnni.
aations on tho road. Seats on wile,
HEEDS' OPEHA HOUSE
latton Itros,, Lessees and Managors
One Night Only,
For cook wagons nnd hop fields lowest ltacket Price.
ts: rnces we aro
Making on wheels are clearing out our stock iu nlco shape.
Snt out thrvo of our second-hand Uirguius nt once, ono now
one, nnd other deals xirtiully 011.
ai-inch frame $10 Tribune f30.00 1-adiiu' Tribune, blaukfnunomoo
btarii. ladies' black foO iikkIoI. 82.00 Two 30-inch Tribune. . $0, 10.00
Ladies Special .. 21.00 Uenta' Speolal, slightly uuhI 17.50
CienU' t60 StiMrns, bllghtly used 'A) tX) Uenta' 'i CruMjent, n snap. 10.00
Come and seo tluit wIiikiIs
Cheaper to ride than to walk.
I About Taylor's Recerd: That's all!
tw. its ratlwr lwrd to lwr un't it. lio fact rumaUw UkiI
liyior oji a Stwnia roller gear knocked iworsHHMMls frtM tbw
nub) record than evur was done before.
McDulHwi bevel gar reconl, July ii, :Stf.
tiyiir htiwnw roller gear record, August ,1, I : J-5.
Mrs. Iltimrick of Chicago, is at M. l..
Fnisera with a fine lino of needle work
wio win remain a weok giving lessons
iroui ine uewosi uosigns of Calcutta
Peruvian, lbilgarlan, Ilatteiiburg, Point'
lace, otc. lulios wishing beautiful
cushions new novelties principally made
for tho coming holiday seasons will
eaii at once vou can't miss it for her
wwk is me iuii wiier ever i aM&
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com. 251r-
JACOHS. At the Oregon state insn
asylutn, Thursday, August 41, IStMl
Andrew Jaoolw, aged 35 years.
The remains were shipped on the f.
torncKin local to Portland yeetenluy.
whore thoy will bo given iHtermtwU
-V.ONNKlt.-At uw staU iiMine asylH.
1SW, Floytl Conner, aged &V yuans.
liw remains wre hipieil to IWtknd
A Strong Caste!
Scale of Pricesj
When Your Groceries Are Delivered'
you will always find thorn to be juntas
ordered and "straight goods" rht
through. If you send your order bv
either telophono or mail it will be tilled
just ns satisfactorily, and of good weight,
tho samo as If vou ordered in peroii
Our lino of deficacios, fancy groceries
is beyond competition for either qual
124 State at Telephone 51
First Baloony 75
SecomI lkiloony 50
Seats Now Sclhnjy.
No More Carpet Monopoly.
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CARAWAY SEED 3
CELERY SKKU 3
RAY LEAVES a
YOKOHAMA TEA STORE.