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Cloak and Jacket Cloth.
Eiderdowns v Plain and Fancy,
Astrachans Blues, Browns and Reds.
The nnnularitv of the Golf cane is still increasing and
we anticipate large sales this season. Besides our large
assortment of capes we carry the Golf cloaking.
Jackets and Capes?
Never has fashion given such a neat jacket as this
year. Rich materials, plainly made and fancy lined.
Better values than last year, all sizes for children and
2C A complete line of
j2 Braids, Buttons, Threads,
Point Le.cc Braids and Pat
I terns, etc., in all new designs
r from simple to the most clat
f orate patterns
J, J. DALRYMPLE L CO.
Old fashioned prices for old fashioned
work. A triul will convliu'ii yon that
1 inn nil to (Into in nil brunches of
wuUilit'H, clocks and jewelry ropuirinir,
mid our prices nro in.
I 10 (Mil!
Wnteli clouniiu,' .
l'lu tonguos ...
and nil otliur work In
Old jewelry niudo over In now stylos.
Tnuluhtuud Thursday fair, warmer.
Ice Not aivcn Away,
I (tniinot afford to ulvo Ico away, lint
nui milling a puru nrtiulo at a pried that
ih within tin) riuiuli of all.
OlIVHTAI. Il'K W'OHKM.
J. Muuulro, Prop. II 1ft tf
Kllngcrft Ueck,Succcisors to tiotithSalem
All orders for bottled beer will bo llllod
nt tho brewery. Kept on colli storage.
Free city delivery. Telephone i!l!ll.
Ice Very Neatly Given Away,
We can u'lvo leu nwny, to convince yon
i'.oiiio nuil aoo how big u clmiik you got
forllttlo money. Our lea Ih uuimifitu
turo from puro distilled wutor.
Capitol loo Works,
118tf Kl.lNllHll & HltCK.
Lane County Oops,
It having perfectly cleared up a Km
gunu Guard representative today Inter
viewed farmers (nun nearly every we
lion of Lino (county. 'Hie general Im
pression Ih that wheut Is In safe condi
tion and that the low from rain will lie
Hiuall Indeed. Tho only feur Ih that
many farmers may thumb too soon be
fore tho urain lws thoroughly dried.
Tho oat crop U Injured (or oxMtrt
Tho hoim aro In llrst-elaw comlltlon ;
uovor Iwttur. Sovonil urouom o( uarly
hopH Smuod and Win. SkMvuy r
pltikluK, and lVlniur Ayroo will bogiu
on FugbiH tomorrow. (iiitora will not
do to plok boforu tho midillu of upturn.
lmr, Id tho couura) opinion.
Sit row and caiixnin hula at near half
iirlue at the New York ltaeket, uplendtd
(or hurveMttiig and hop picking.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday there will be on display in
our store and in our two show windows the tinest collection of
curios and relics ever brought from Aanila. We invite all our
friends'to come and see what tlie Filipinos wear, thearms they
fight with, and other things too numerous to mention.
In the meantime bear in mind that we are closing out our
entire stock and if you are going hop picking or harvesting
we will save you money on quilts, blankets, shoes and dry
goods. Shirt waists and straw hats we are almost giving away.
e sure and do not buy until you get our prices.
YOURS TO CLOSU
OHLLJS BROS.S CO.
FIRST DOOR SOUTH
No Pattern after September lSt'i.
The first showing of
Dress Good i
Includes Fancy Golf cloth t
for skirts and capes; beau-
tiful plaids for waists and i
childrens' dresses; plain i
suitings for Tailor-made1
suits; new mixtures. Wei
show a grand line direct
Irom the mills.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Kd. Cartor roturiiml yaulonluy from a
A. II, Hoothby of Mill oily wiih in tho
Hov, Lcncli roturiu'd from KtiHturn
Oroon liiHt night.
J. 1'. Koono, of Huthul, watt in tho city
today on IiuhIiiuhh.
MrH.ChiiH.L'Ujlurof Knglowood wont to
Iluv. W. C. Kantnor rutiirniil from
California thin morning.
Dolumr (lorHltng, of South l'ruirlu, U
in tho city on htiHlnuiiH today.
W. H. Daiioy of tho O. T. k T. Com
pany wiih in OurviuH yiwtorday.
Cluifl. II. Kchomcl wiih lant night
brought to tho aHylum from Portland.
W. M. KalHur in in Portlnud doing
IniHiiumi Iniforo tho United Staton Court.
W. II. Lou proHidont of tho Albany
college, and family wore in town yowter
day. MIhh bona Ilutton Iiiih roturnod from
DiiIIuh, where lio Iiiih Iwen A'ialting with
Frank H urkholdor, inauagur of the
Portland Portrait Company, wiih in the
I). C. TIioiiih, HUiKirlntoiidunt of the
Kidney Flouring iiiIIIh, wiih in the city
Dr. .1. F. Culbroitth, of .MoMinuvillo,
nrrlxed in the city on the overland train
Mr. mid Mrn. Itichanl White and
daughter Anna, of Scottn MIIIh, were in
town today on luiHiuotw.
Mr. und MrH. Clark Uilwnu, of Indi-
nua, are vlfltlug their tliiughter, Mr.
C. D. Million, in Knghmood,
MrH. II. W. JoluiHon and mhi (leorge,
are Hpeudiug the day on the Alex
Thouipwui farm in the Waldo llilln.
II. 11. Miller, of the State Hoard of
Horticulture, wan a iHiwungorfroui hero
to ClnintH PaiM on hut nighrH overland.
U. W, llublmrd the hop factor return
ihI from an tuipot'tiou tour among the
hop ynrdn totlay and remrUi a Hue crop
A, It. lliown of MtKlforil, who Iiiih
been vlmting hU lather ami mother at
Italian, in in the city today, and will re
turn home tonight.
.mum unice miiiiji. oi .Moinnoiitii. wiih
In the city ywedy vkitiug frlemU,
leeving on lant nlglit'n overland for
FrMl Hreymati Iihh realgneil lit) pwi
lion at the Malem Flouring iiiilln to en
lUt In one of the regiment now beiiip
forimxl at VanwHiver.
iiiui Clark raiuu on
laud hut eveiiiiec for a visit with
and MrH. Schiudler who nmUU near tlie
Walwue orchanl in Polk county.
Ikin Uoney, o( JefTertMiu, wan In thv
city today. He otftimahw tlmt the
dumage to grain in bin section will be
ItNW than 10 per cent, aud that will be
more then made up by the bwietlt to
IHUlUrVtf UIHI HUH'k IIIWI
LOOKS MORE PEACEFUL.
President Kruger Has Urged
for a Speedy Settlement
llr Arnioolnfeil Pre o the Journal.
niiw Tnwu. Aiiir. no. It 8 said in
Afrikander circles that in Bpltc of
persistent warlikqxiimorfl thoro
w, .. -i , n- . - .. ...
If 1 lmllnvcil thnt povornl Btroncly
worded communications of President
Kruger urge tho desirability of using
overy effort to obtain n peaceful solution
of tlie trouble.
Mrs. Vlnnl, of-Knrokn7Cal., who,
with her little grand-daughter, Kuth,
has lieon visiting MrH. II. M. Hoork for
a few days has returned to tho homo
of hordnughter, Mrs. Harry Dee, near
Marion. Mrs. Vlnnl nnd Mrs Hoork
were both former rosidonte of Orono.
Mnine, and of Kureka, Cal., but had
not mioii each other for 25 ycrs, so they
hnvo ureatly onjoyed tho reunion.
.T. H. Bliimn nnd family, who hnvo
been visiting this week in the city re
turned todny. Ooing homo in n new
family hack. Mr. Stump says his hops
look lino but tho grain has been
damaged some in the vicinity of Stiver.
North bound paseongorB overlnnd:
Win. Kaiser, (loo. II. Irwin, J. 0. Car
son and wife, Portland ;MrH. Porcy Willis
to join her husband at Portland : h. P.
MtCornack and wife, Z. F. Moody, Otto
Mrg. M. P. Ualdwin ami uuubi
Guyno returned tliis morning from
dependence accompanied by Mrs. Hi
wIii'h cousin, Mr. and Mrs. E. 13. Pn
Mrs. M. P. Baldwin and daughter
of Mound City, Kan., who will make
their home in Salcin.
Miss (Sroshong who has lwen visiting
her sister MrH. Jos. Martin, goes tp the
Casitor Zorn hop ranch near lalrflcld
today where she will hell) to harvest the
hop crop, beginning on Saturday.
tlov. T. T. Geer went to Portland this
afternoon to acropt an Invitation of the
Columbia river pllotH for a trial trip in
the new pilot boat Joseph Ptilliter out
over tho Astoria bar.
K. J. Arnold, the merry-go-round
num. Ih In town. Tho merry Is Koine
il.n rniitiiU iii rotland at present ui
I "' "V -- -i- ..." ," .-.
Mr. Arnold uxiiectH to "k't'or go hero"
during the fair.
Mrs. J. K. Bennett, returned from
Portland Snnitnrium, whoro she bus
been nursing Mr. Honnott, who is now
improving nnd will soon bo nlHiut.
Miss Kiln Ciirrln, loft this morning
for Pain Alto, California, via steamer to
'Frisco, whore she will spend n year at
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Brown and Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Wiggins camoout from
N'nwiiiirt todav. Mr. Wiu'irlns came by
wheel from CorvalliH.
L. A. Andrews, of tho Huull I.iun
Iwrtson seed linn, of Portlnud, was hi
Salem vesterday doing buslnoHS with
the seed men.
Win. Ullery drove through the coun
try in Polk countv yesterday and ex
amined tho Holds of wheat, Unding very
MisH.Mvra Brown, who has Immiii visit
ing the .fisoH Inez Hotan and Francos
Parkhurst, roturned to hor homo at Ku
Attorney J. W. McCiilloch went to
Woodburn this morning to represent
the defondnut in a civil action in the
Mrs, W. II. Kldrldgu, ciimo down
from Portland hint evening to visit with
hor father and mother Mr. nnd Mrs.
Cnpt. K. O. Worriuk and family aro
homo for Portlnud. The Captain will
return ngal'i in a few days for recruiting
Miss M. C. Duff ee, of Oregon Citv.who
Iiiih been visiting at the homo of Mc
(Irnff in this city rotunud to Portland.
Mrs. 1.. McKwcn, who has resided
hero went to Portland this morning
where she will make her future home.
Col. It. A, Miller, of Chautauqua fame
mid late register of the Oregon City
IaiikIoIIIcc, ih in the city.
MIhh Allio DavlH, left hist night for
'Frisco where sho will study at tho
State Dental College.
Mrs. D. W.Gibson come up from Can
by this morning, where she bus been
visiting her motlier.
Mrs. Standish, of the Mute school,
loft today for Brownsville, to spend a
few weeks' vacation.
Mrs. James Blackwoll, of Jefferson, is
in the citv visiting at tlie home of her
brother, J.J. Fidlor.
Mrs. George F, Miihiii went to Port
land this morning to visit with friends
for several weeks.
Mr. T. Mann, who ban Ikuiii visiting
at Monmouth returned via steamer this
County Clerk Hall, Is again at his
post after a hort vUU with Woodburn
Attorney A. O. Gotidtt Is orted as
6n the sIck list, being confined to his
M 1st) Helen llibhard returned from n
visit with Portland (riundn last night.
Mark ami Hurt Snvuuc returned yes
terday from Mnrshlleld, Coos county.
Werner llroyinan nnd Mr. and Mrs.
Ktigeue HreyuiHii are In Portland,
Father Doiulnlek, of the Mt. Angel
college, was a SmIwu visitor Unlay.
Mrs. C II. Custak returuetl from a
visit In Albany yesterday.
Mrs. Phil Metwliau went to Portland
Fd Hichmon, of Dallas, was a Salem
1 M. Hnker Is vuilting in Htiker City.
K. C. Patton lu in Portlaml.
Hop Pickers Supplies
You'll need gloves, hoe, 1imU, ml
l)ro. underwear, cotton blunkuts.
iiimforUj etc., bonideti all yoiir camp
ing supplies in the way of tiuwnre,
gruiiite ware, fryingmna, and hi on.
Hear in mind here's w here you buy
tliWMi tlmtp at lev4 racket prices
Make It a point to mk the goxls
Hop glovsa till bhw IMto
IhMer mm 5UV
Thrlittra' gtavtw 88e to f 1
gptatdtd sliirt 4B to 50o
CheuiHtr onto 'Hk
Overalls of ull kimU S5o up
111 eumfortij tfOe up
Mh's work binnw 8fto up
DubWr ohMl teMHb h)mhm 4fte up
tUxglw for UurtMbr. Re
Oiloreil gfci. 10c
A) per eHt reiliKtiou on all wimmer
itlicKM awl oxJonls aud on lutu.
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
Trusts Forming Still a Greater
Ily Aoclnlel Tre o hi Jonrnnl.
Ctr.VKt.AXi), Aug. 30.-To combine the
combinations or 'trusts' is tlie object
of an incorporation, papers for which
were taken out in Now Jersey a short
time ago. The movemont Is theoutcotno
of studios for ninny yenrs of HubboU
Thompson, n Clcvelundn ewspapor man,
working upon the problem of giving
profitable employment to the immense
productive capacity which through ob
viously available, is not used.
A Splendid Performance.
Some of the cleverest speciality people
in the business are with the "Girl I-rom
Chill" Company which will open at the
oiwra house next Thursday night. Iho
company is coining to us well recom
mended and judging from the advance
uiln nf .nt. n rotiHiiiiT reception awaits
it. This city hns never been known to
throw a good show down and big houses
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Business Being Transacted at the Court
A innrrSnvi. license hns lsJCll issued to
Chns. A. Snyder and Lottie B. Baker.
filiriHnnn Hcrnliiird. Charles Wolz and
Herman Tasto, nppmlsors of tlio estate
of Joseph S. and f.eonn Beck, minor
heirs of Seraphin 'Heck, deceased, filed
their report showing that the two minors
each own an estate of f500, loft them by
thoir deceased parent, nnd thnt Joseph
S. Beck, owns, in addition to the above,
proiwrty valued at $r)5.
Ilnrrrv C Buzick and Kuto M. Butck,
IiIh wlfoi have iotltioned to the effect
that they wish to adopt one Francis
Hall Worthington, a boy 0 years of
age. und the consent of the boys' mother
Urllln Burget has been given, and the
adoption has been approved.
P. J. Wlrts and wife to M. C. Wlrts,
5. acres in 1 4. s r 2 and 3 w., w d,f 2,500
Anna Tanzbr, unmarried, to Ida M.
K.lllntt. laud In Juffersoii. W d. (1,500.
JnmesX. Smith und Melinma Smith,
his wifo, to Kmnin Morris", land in t s
r2e, w. d, fW.
Snrnli K. ninl W. .1. Ilousor to Mollssn
J. Kitchen 1.7(1 ncros In 1 1), s r 1 nnd 2
Sewell I). White to Belle Cook, lot II,
b)k 1, Thomas Add. to Woodburn. f 100.
J. II. Bottlomelor anil .Mary u. olllo
moicr to Belle C(M)k, 3 acros in Wood
burn j correction deed. $1.
Norn Sutton to Kate M. Husdck, lots 0
and 7 in Sunnyside Fruit farm No. 4,
Sec. 10, t8, h r .'J west. (735.
Geo. T. Cllno and wifo to Hollo Cook,
2000 8j uaro feet of lot !l, blk 2, Addition
II. to Woodburn. (500.
FISH Kit. August !J0, 18!H), at tho fam
ily homo on 1) street, F.nglewood, of
Hrlght'H disease, ThomaH F. Fisher,
aged 115 years.
Tho deceased was born in Ohio, came
to Salem from Kamey, Nebraska, In
June 181)7. He served during the war of
the robelllon in tho Sovonty-ninth Ohio
volunteers, and was n member of the G.
A. It. und of the I'liion Vetern Legion.
Ho leaves a widow, a son, Carey Fish
er and a daughter, Mrs. Nora Hartlott,
of this city.
Funeral services will be held at the
homo on Thursday, August SI, nt 2 p. in.
by the Hov. II. A. Ketchum, of the
Prosbyterian church. After the ser
vices nt the homo, the G. A. It. will take
charge of tho hotly for burial tit the Ue
Q. A. R. Notice.
All members of Sedgwick Post No 10,
G. A. It., are requested to assemble nt
Post hull at 1 ::I0 o'clock Thursday after
noon, Aug. ill, for the purpose of at
tending the fiirnonil of our deceased
comrade. Thou. F. Fisher, Seventy-ninth
Ohio Infantry. By order of
J. K. Itoss,
ALDKHMAN. At tho furm home, 2
miles from Hethel, Polk county, Mou
dav August 28, 1890, of rickets, .Mrs.
Hell Alderman, aod III yenrs.
Deceased leaves a husband, Charles Al
derman, and two children, Walluce aged
lllyears.und Kttio.nged 8 years. Funeral
services were held at too late home
Tuesday .conducted by Hov. M. L. Hyan.
Hurial took place In tho Hethel ceme
SMITH SNF.LI.. At the homo of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .. T.
Smith, on Fast State street, at 1 p. m.,
Tuoa lay, August U0, 1 WW, Miss Inn J.
Smith to StiinniBr M. S110II, Hov. 1.
Mr. und Mrs. Suell went to Portland
011 tho Hoseburg mull yosterduy, and
after a short visit in the metroH)lvs, will
return to tho Capital City, where they
Kx-County Treasurer Geo. I.. Drown,
was down from Stayton today, and re
ports some fluids of grain up there
lindlv damaged, hut thinks that where
shock wore properly put up little dam
life is done.
Mrs. Junius Whitiel, daughter of
lluben Loo. of this city, bus Ihioii seri
ously 111 and wo nro glad to note, is now
reported as about rueovered.
.mum utiirn .Meyers, 01 urotu, enme
up on the ufturnoon train and is the
guest of Prof. A. K. Auderwurs family
New and SccondHand,
TUw snaps are Wiug taken advan
Uiiie of We need the Hnor space for
fail goods and must clean them out,
and that speedily.
Uidios' new Special . ... fj6.00
lieuts' Spookd slightly use.1. . 17.W
tiants HO blue Tribunes . . 8O.00
tients' SO-inoh sUghUy um1 au.tX)
Uents' fW Stearns slighUy ue.l SM.00
liwtt's Orient nvulsterik) .. 36.00
Awl several other m in teeoHd
hand wheolu. Couh. ami mm for
Always a feed Ook nwi prine right.
lHipii, 1W, Ui, Uif Uilw, par
eel crrien, mwr cy, cwneat,
oil, graphite, 4e.
Formeily the stock of Mrs. D. L. Fiester, at her old stand on Commercial Street.
Sale at Public Auction
Commencing Tuesday, August 29th, at 2 P, M and continue
ing daily at 2 and 7,30 P, M, until the entire stock of goods and
fixtures is disposed of,
e. i . ! f nn triniinnd nml iinlrimiiicd hats, shnpoq, oitrich fonthors, tips, wings, nnd nil kinds of 1S
rlmmSS'Sn'SSS'.lS. ".S3 H A LtiSt" oce, voW tAlo gin,,,, silks ami in fact u t, ln S
for a first-class millnery store; also flue
mirrors, desk, stove, ciinirs. tanies, nair bwiu-hw, wi".. .v --
This is a chnnco of a lifetime, for the stock is all new and clean, nnd tho n",,fVnt,,l!Big!?i
uttend tnesl mC, fo there will bo no reserve on the stock. Seats will be provided for the lull
New Ycrk Market and Condition of
English Market anil Condition as Re
potted In tne Matk Lane
WATEKVIM.i:, XIJW VOIIW.
The hop crop differs in many respects
fmni Hie croii of tills date a year ni:o. In
former yours the hop has not been ho
ripe ns It is todny until the first part of
September and this fact can only be ac
counted for by the long dry period ox
perioncod previous to lust Monday.
Since the shower of that afternoon the
weuther bus been warm nnd damp nnd
yesteniuy uiiornoon 1110 nun giun ninim.
brightly, preparing the atmosphere for
an Intensely hot day today. Of course
this weuther is bud for hop. In places
whore lice were to be found n week ago
you can find them today and probably
more of them but this does not imply
that nil yards are so infested. Of the
different varieties purhapsthoCaimdiaiis
thnt wore fertilized heavily are getting
the worst of the bargain. The few
growers, who have alroady commenced
picking say moldy hojis are to be found
but not in numbers to cause them any
Among tho buyers there is nil Kinds oi
talk but not many purchases. No con
tracts uru being iniido. 'Jhreo lots of
'l)8s brought 7 and 80 yesteniuy and K.
Small sold II bales of Humphrey? ut
lljc. Two lots at .Snnggelleld Center
brought 17c or better, the exact price
not being reported.
From some sections of New York State
roorts were again circulated of tho
crop siiiiering nioroor loss ir.0111 vuriiiiu
nnd unfavorable weather conditions.
Pacific Const furnished Miinothing In
the same lino also, but, like tluv-o re
ceived from the F.ustern centres, the
rejiorts 1 1 ait no ierceptiblu effect upon
the market, llusiiioss was tame at all
events and prices underwent no decided
The domestic receipts and exports and
imports (foreign) of hops ut New York
Kurt'i ) K'r'ee
VtH!lc piiiIIdk M.
Cerrwp'illni: wwk lust ywirH17
HinceHitttmler I, 1Wm..1M S0.I
Hainwt 1110 lajtl je.ir .... .l'J .715
New York HtitO ('run Of 1SH clioll'e
.nbw KorK simb cni tw irnnt..-..-..rx Via
N, Y. 8M oroi TH low In m l U
N- Y. Btnte crop ( 17 7 fc 6
ilo olil........ ........... 8 rt
Pitrlltr t'at crop 9S olioIw..... IS Ult
I'nelfii' Cor-t orop nf "WS prime .l All
l'acltic Cortit oni)V8 low to m llnm 10 I2
l'aelfir t'oaat, oroiiof l!7.... .......... 6 lO
Pacific CoMt. olili .m...... 2 ti 6
Oermmi, croplw ...4U ftw
KNOI.ISII MAIIKKTO, CHOI'S AND I'UOSI'KCTS.
Iaimion, Aug. 10: The holiday week
makes the usual quietude experienced
at this time of year very prononnccod
nnd bargulns nro few und far between.
Stocks uro very bare, prices purely nom
inal .mid save for an occasional order to
tide over until the new crop is on the
market, thoro would not be nny no
cessitv for the opening of the olllces on
the Dorotigh; merchaiitii and factors
only attend for n few hours ouch day.
Crop roiKirts uro just us would lie ex
pected with such favorable woather.
I.upulln In 5Irk Ijiue BxprQM
I urn able to state that the real value
of the sin nil stocks of yearling and old
bus not lowered, the nominal questions
being exuetly ns they were, but unfor
tunate for holder the buyers seem to
have retired into obscurity when the
new crow comes forward, ti rowers
must be wary this year, If. as it neems
likely, a full crop should be harvested,
the favorable rejkirts from America ami
the Continent will lie Haunted in our
faces, aud we shall lie told that the
value of Knglish hups must be very
much reduced if they are to 1m hUI.
Concerning the coining crop there is
but little I can tell my readers that
they are not already familiar w ith.
The reports are everywhere fa Arable
with the few exceptions of districts
which luuo only shallow soiU, aud
where rain is consequently needed.
The slight attack of red spider which is
referred to by some of my eorrnd
enU does not seem to be at all universal,
nor to lie spreading, although the pres
ent weatlier is luually accepted as being
favorable to the growth of the pet. I,
therefore, hope it may prove to 1m only
n pajsing alarm, ami that the hot will
sttll lurtlier develop aim crow out to
perfection both in quantity and quality
The first pocket will soon heard of a
mere are ivow plenty of early hou
ready to pick : indeed I was offered yet-
terduy the option ef haviug a iKkei ; of
l'rolihVs sent to me tomorrow, but 1
declined the Umor. as I look upon the
whole busineti of tlie stmrele for tlie
Hrst pocket as a deliwion a no merely an
advertisement for tlie factor who gets it
throtigh his bunds. I cannot see who is
boiiellted by the trummctioH; the re
puted sale affords no clue to the ulti
mate value of the main crop; the
iwor quality which generally k
the feature of the aboormal
nrodikt wtuet make it iiHurofltahte to
ine orewer w no buys it, and altogether
I think it is a ctutotn which woukl be
"ntow Uouofed in the breach than in
The EmnM)er '
nt Fraia-' talk uhe will he ootnitellea
to remain thentoi the wek tonnieh
her work nnlniw l, th . r.,u.i .J u.il
Mine Uiw ah ntn-t be oVmh Ine
IntMnees. Uont tnuw lUug one o. her
bennttful tuecee, s A tf
ribbons, bucK.es. t. no u or ,,..r, u
307 Commercial Street-
i GOLD DUS
Enquire of your grocer
for it and try it, X
Every sack' guaranteed,
All from old wheat and
best in market,
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WAXTKD A young man to learn the
jewelry business, only those who come
well lecoiiimended need apply. C.
II. Hinges, '2W Com. St. H-LIMf dfcw
WAXTKI) At the Cotlago Hotel, u
cook and a dish washer, at once, -M
Court street. .1. F. Stuiger, Prop.
WAXTKD Hoard nnd cure for two boys
ugedllttiid 7 respectively, will pay
10 per month for good home. Address
"Mother." Sulein. fKJil-litt
Harry Clark, Samuel It. Suiy. P. P.
Dahuoy, Portland; A. C. Thornton, M.
I.. Judell, C. I). Jessiip, San Francisco;
Chas. Veal.Sherbeit, Nob; David Stone,
Chicago; F. K. Detitty, Fort Wayne,
Ind;.l. F. Calbreuth, .MeMinnvillo, Or;
V.. V. Homever, Mrs. K. V. IJomevor,
U. P. Wigon, Scuttle, Wash; C. M.
Smith, l.os Angeles, Cal ; Felix Colin,
Wheat, Hops and Oats.
J. W. Powell of near Wheat hind, was
in the city to day. He says the grain is
not much hurt around their, Hops are
liner tliuii for veurs, und have no vermin
to sponk of. Many will begin picking
Monday. Oats are quite wriously hurt,
as to color, but good for feed.
Silas Moon, u mii-douury of the
Friend's church, who ha been in Cali
fornia on a short visit, returned to Su
lein this morning mi the overland. Mr.
Moon and family will shortly go to
Alaska, where he has been stationed.
To Cleanse the System.
ElTectuully yot nontly, when costive
or bilious, to permunently overcome
nauituul constipation, to awaken the
kidneys nnd liver u a healthy ac
tivity, without Irritating or weaken
ing thorn, to dispel hondnohos, colds,
or favors, uo Syrup or Figs, mudo by
tho California Fig Syrup Co.
Another iiiuUlhneiit of new stock 1ms
arrived by a late boat, which has lieen
opened today, and cousists of trunks and
valises and genu furnishing goods, em
bracing ull tlie lateat makes and styles.
My stock of IiuU includes many qual
ities and shapes, among which is tlie
"HukinessIIat" which 1 consider the best
appearing and best value ever offered to
Salem buyers for the money.
Kindly remember that UoWou carries
a large and well asourted stock of staple
dry goods aud notions, that he buys for
wish and sells for cash and that his
customers do not lwve to puy n profit on
w hat tltey buy, to make gouil bad debta.
Your patronage solicited.
W. H. Uoimk,
307 Commercial street.
Southern Oiegon Melon.
First car of water melons from South
ern Uretfou toUy, raised by J. D. I.w
tirauts Pass, lleaooiuirters furwnnly.
Jolm 15. Wright, 307Comuerelal Ueet.
lrrltfltlng stings, bltos, bcrutches
! wounds ami cuts sootlwd and hauler
' m "itfs Witolt Haul Bnlye. Il-
"uru 0l wuniarieits, stones
cn W ohtoinad uprnt abort notice by the
use of the Jochnal want eoluntna.
tohehMtiMl you nsm Uik best of all
wndiunw. Dnl you'll wait a tone time M
you wait tor voluntary antdicnlknu br
cont)MtMtt people. Thn IncoMprtent
are the one that go Irom door to dour
loolune for work. The roniuetfut ouea
rend the Jockxal nnd don t have to
make a car- s for work.
UHto Early Risers. They ctonnee lb
towrk, letiUU tlw liv er, and KU you
with mw viKor. Small, sure; nnvwr
grip. SUmms Drug Sure.
To emte La Gnppe. keepwarm, espccIaB
Ihe feet. nd Ukc DrMik' Nmiac
.., . ,, Iiai iail(8i
It will pay the Indies to
For Your Sparc BcdFoom
Don't miss f-ocitring one of the hand
somely decorated English jKircclaln nnd
toilet sets. For quality, beauty of dec
oration nnd design these prices are al
most like giving them uwuy. We have
tho finest stock of cliinu, lamps and
crockery ut the lowest prices to lie found
124 Stito st Telephono 51
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Patton Pros., Lessees and Mummers
One Night Only,
A Strong Caste!
Scale of Priccfj
OrchtKitrn, 75 First Halcin
Parqitot BO Second Pal. -i
Scats Now Selling.
No More Cnrpot Monopoly.
KOTAN & IRWIN
h oT Carol, ltu ul M' '
A HiEW ItEARSE
Jiut aiWeil for w ?' ''?!'""
ttt iriir UwlertukinR l-ri in i.'
Will eouiRMitee in a few days. I" "'
forget to 8URtly jHuirself with t i.n.
tone, baking jmlow,xtmeU and spi-s
nt our store. , . ....
We will v a Imrrel for Imp tn
with n Two Dollar
lurohasa, and y
YOKODUA 1EI STORE.
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