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iM by Ik AMd
(Ik a & OwhUHwi Wear
th Oom Bay SatraaM.
UhWrtUhD, Sept. . A heavy
' aoatbWMt swell Is breaking over the
VlMtobMtc Chw. W. Wetmore
wrack today aHtl fear are eatertaln-
d for the safety of Captnin O'Brien
and watohmau who are on board.
An aftort will be made this after-
aoou to take them off.
Yatkraal Oelored Men's Association
1 Indianapolis, Sept. 22. The
National Colored Meu'a association
to'lu setteton here today. George E,
Taylor, of.Oskalooea, Iowa, la pre
atdlng. A national appeal is to be
bauedjwtiich asks "May we bo per
mitted to live peacefully as common
dtlfWDS In this country, or must we
rabmitto the cruel and merciless
.'.lodgement of judge, lynch, the
.frggt;and enemy's bullet?" The
jatweiaiiofl declares Itself to be en-
Demand lor Oregon Spars.
HamfAX;N. B., Bept. 22.Thom
s Beotly.spar maker, has left here
for thVPaoillc coaet, where he will
load a large vessel with Oregon pine
masts for Nova Scotia. This will bo
the first Importation of this wood to
Maratlme, provinces in quantity for
par luakinjr trade.' Spar makers
have for eome years past been com
bating rising popularity of, Oregon
pine by advocating Canadian soft
and white pines, but to no purpose,
aud they will now havo to Import
"spars lo satisfy their patrons.
Officers of The O. A. B.
Washington, D. C. Bept. 22. A.
O. , Webnert, of Mllwaukoo was
ahosen by acclamation Commader
In Chief of G. A. It. to succeed Gen
Mai Palmer, by an overwhelming
vote; the Encampment deferred the
proitoslijon to deny life member
ship la Encampment, to paBt grand
&' fttwr aud ex post Commanders.
H.H. Warfleld, of California, was
this afternoon elected senior vice
omamander Grand Army of the
Oregon Cliy, Bept. 22. Hiram
Coekran, apioueerof Oregon and
an old resident of this city, had
two apoplectic strokes yesterday.
Dainocratto State Convention. ,
-CoMtunus, B. 0.f Bept. 23. Tho
Demooratlo stato convention today
iJGhoee candidates for oleotors. There
was a hot debate over a resolution
(quiring thesecandldaies specIQflo
ally to pledge themselves to vote for
Cleveland and Bloyeuson. It was
finally ordered that within ton days
alter the adjournment of tho con
WoMon such pledges ahull bu given.
Strike Aatoag Threshing Hands.
AhHKDHHN, B. D.i Bept. 22.
Threshing hands in this vicinity nro
a strike for more than 2.25 per
4y, : The strike Is rapidly spread
ing, and may involve tho wholoof
Brown and adjoining counties.
Freight Train Wrecked.
SinLKV, Iowa, Bept. 22. A wrcok
otturrid on the IJurllngtou road be
n4vVeeu here aud Ouheydan ut 11
o'clock last night tho truck spiead-
tog, and the freight traiu of 10 cars
oars going down an embankment.
Three Immigrants were killed.
UttJeide Xear Oregon Oity.
Owkhk Cm', Or. Bept, 22.
Word was Just reached, hero front
DtlTow Bra that It, A, Bain, an aged
nvmer committed suicide by Bhool
tag. himself this morning, The
anas waa the results of un uttuuk of
, Ailer tie Train Wreokers.
ToiJUCA, Bapt & Artuwl poue
Msooufing the country in uvery
sUsastinu tor thv' tHteereauta who
lyaginl m Santa r express near
dly. Tlw wuuniUil puwnn-
iaaltrcovTlHg, except Mrs,
Layman, of l)Iootnlng(ou,
, frn U la tmt will dia.
aw iaiMf pm , i mimmmm.
fept, XL-Ow Hundred
njni today was U Must day of
AttntMis IbUowing Um jfavata-
TN at Is Mug oakbaatsd
qppjuprtate wauim. In ons
SM, igfHWS of La.
njMl Washington rtawl
Tttetmenta Against the Strikers.
HtmnsniAD.Bept .88. The aetiea
bf the grand ..Jury in returning r 109
Indictments against the strikers has
created a profound sensation here,
not unmixed with apprehension.
Mo Mew Oases.'
.Nkw York, Sept. 22. The board
of health has Issued a bulletin
slating that no cholera has beea re
ported since the last bulletin.
TSkW York, Bept. 22. Up to 'date
there have been six deaths from
cholera In thk city.
Deciding Questions of Law.
Bakatooa, Bept. 22. A general
term of the third department this
rnomlna handed down a decis
ion in legislative apportionment
in the case, declaring an appor
ment of the extra session constitu
tional. Symptoms of Oholera.
Nkw York, Bept. 22. Emanuel
0. Pesshla, letter carrier, was found
fiick on the streets today, with chol
era symptoms, and taken to the
Labor Commissioner Peck.
Amiany, N. Y. Bopt. 22. Labor
Commissioner Feck did not appear 1 u
court today as expected, and an ad
journment Was taken until tomor
row District Attorney Eaton has u
bench warrant for Peck's arrest.
Arrested for Prize Fighting.
Portland, Or., Bept, 22. The
gradd jury today indicted. Billy
Maber, Billy Smith, Billy Hennes
wey, Gus Herget and Jack Demp
cy, for participating In a prize fight
at Pastime Athletic club on
Tuesday night last. Maber
and Bmlth wero principals, and
Herget and Hennessey seconds, and
Dempsey referee. Men wero. arrest
od this afternoon. Their bonds were
fixed at fifteen hundred dollars each,
Dempsey provided bonds for himself
and will put up the bondBthls after
noon for tho others who nre now In
Portland, Or., Sept. 2i., The
Soverolgri Grand lodge of Odd Fel
lows decided this afternoon on Mil
waukee, Wis., as the place for hold
ing tho next annual session of the
Sovereign Grand lodgo. Vote stood
Mllwaukeo 101; Chattanooga, Tenn.
50. A few scattering votes wero cast
Arrest of Officers of the Carriage
Pmi.AnEr.PHiA, Sept. 22. Bur
gefcs McLuckio today mado informa
tion against Chairman Frlok, Secre
tary Love-Joy, Superintendent Pot
ter and other officers of tho Curne
gie company, charging them with
aggravated riot and conspiracy.
Wnrrnnts haVo been lssuod for their
Portland, Sept. 22. Wheat
valloy,$1.22J J1.22J. Walla Walla,
San Francisco Cal., Sept. 22.
Wheat, Dee. $1.83.
OuiOAdo Ills., Bept. 22. Wheat
Wo offer ouo hundred dollars ro-
ward for uny cuso of catarrh that
cannot be cured by taking Hall's
1.1,Ohk,nniu a Co., Propv, Toledo, O,
Wo, tho umlmlffnoct lmvo kuowu V. J.
ciimifiv lor tho lat flftoeu year, and be-
)ino lilro perfaoily honorablo In nil luel.
nxxry out any obligation inado by their
'8t A Trunx, Wltolwnlo drugglt. Tes
lodo, U. Waldlnir, Klnaaa s Marvin,
Wliulwulo drugcUU, Toledo, O.
Hall's catarrh euro is taken luter-
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Testimonials sont free. Price 75c.
per bottle. Bold by all druggists.
"IT IlAl'l'KNKO Yhstjsuday,"
A busluoss man got out his life poli
cies', on which ho hud made tuuuy
payments, to negotlato a loan
with the company. He was sur
prised when Informed that tho poli
cies had no cosh value- whatever.
ThqMasgaohupotts Mutual Life lu
Hiimuco Co. endorses cah and paid
up values on overy policy. It costs
no more to have thh advantage
For further Information apply to H,
O. Cotton, general agent, 233 Btark
Btrvot, Portland, Oregon. 0-12-tf
The new Time Card, which is now
in ellect, via the "Wisconsin Central
Line," in connection with the
Northern Paul lie It. It., allorda the
traveling imbllathe beat facilities
from nil points weet to Chicago aud
points east and south.
The unsurpassed equipment ottered
to Its patrons, combined with speed,
oomfort aud safety, surpawlug all
aii lurouxii trains are eomiMwed
of Pullman vvstlbuled drawimcitMrni
sleopeni, wth dtHlng ear aud day
iMMaUea of latest dealgn,
Tiia dally through fast train eaeh
way, nwklHg eio wmhhhxIoh at
(.'hlMft wth trhw u all dltlo,
W lekels, time taulea, ate., ap
lty to ajcottt of Kih lwrn PaoIHe K.
1?., or Ja. C. Powd,
Qeu'l Pass, and TkL snout,
Received Prior to (tie Hour
of Noon To-day.
TWO TRAINS COLLIDE.
The Accident on the Pittsburg and
Fort Wayne Road.
Bhbeve, O., Sept 22. Tho Chica
go express and a freight on the
Pittsburg & Fort Wayne road col
lided head on at full speed hero yes
terday. Both engines were ditched
and ground to splinters. The cause
was the neglect of orders upon the
part of the freight train crew. It
was learned that the limited. No. 8,
was speeding past Shreve with a
supposed clear track, and that the
freight had been ordered to lay on a
siding at Wooster to pass. For some
cause unknown the order was dis
regarded, and the freight pulled out
and was under full headway when
the flash of the headlight was the
first warning received by the en
gineers, who simultaneously reversed
the engines plunged into each other
almost at full speed.
The crash was terrible. As the
trains came together, the engines
reared high from the track, while
their momentum drovo them fairly
through each other, and then, with
hissing steam and boiling water
pouring from every seam and rivlt,
tboy fell into the ditch alongside
the track. Five cars were telescop
ed into one another until there was
little but a Jumble of wood and iron
remaining. Panic-stricked passen
gers were bruised and stunned and
thrown from their berths and seats.
With the first crash the lives of the
doomed went out. Tho engineer,
fireman and two postul clerks of the
passenger, aud tho fireman and
front brakemau of the freight train
wero instantly killed. The engineer
of tho freight train Jumped from the
eugino and escaped in&tunt death,
bnt was seriously Injured. Tho
postal cars caught fire and the flames
rapidly spread to tba express and
baggage,smoker und first-class coach.
The night was pitch dark, but the
horrible spectacle was illuminated
with a brilliant glare from the rapid
ly burning cars. The occldont oc
curred about two miles from the vll
lago of Shreve, but the country
folks, trainmen and passengers at
once sot about tho work of rescuing
those imprisoned In the wrecked
conches. A messenger was dis
patched to Shreve for assistance,
and from that point word was sent
to the railway ofilcluls.
Night Express Ditched by Robbors.
Topkka, Kan., Bept. 21. Tho
regular east-bound night express on
tho Santa Fe road was wrecked by
train robbers three miles west of
Osagoclty yestorday moruluii.
Five persons wore killed aud a uuiu
The wreck occurred at n anall
bridgo where thoro was a heavy
dowu grude. Tho traiu was run
ning 4u miles an hour, aud It wus
lmposslblo for the engineer to see
tho misplaced rails In time to check
tho speed of the train. Tho coaches
wore piled oue over tho other until
tho baggage and express-car wero
completely hidden from view.
Men, women aud children wero
piled over each other, caught in
seats and thrown through windows.
Relief first reached the traiu from
Emporia. An examination of tho
track shows tho fishplates had beou,
carefully removed aud tho bolts
taken out ami tho spikes drawn
from ton Uea nud tho rail bout oyer
to tho inside. Itobbery was unques
tionably tho object, as tho train car
ried J 1,000,000 curreuoy eu route to
tho Mexico Cental headquarters In
Boston. Tho spot was found where
three men hud laid concealed In the
grass, ami traoks were discovered
leading from the spot to tho track,
Tho passengers wero brought to
Topuka at 10 o'clock this morning.
Borne of thu"wouuded could uot bo
removed, and several will probably
A Promising Stallion Dead.
PAI.TO Al.To,, "CJ Sept. at The
trotting stallion AhiImko, lti, dlwi
here yesterday of h)ood pokeulug.
Amluee was a bright Way, and eaa
of the most pminMag of tne Palo
Alto sUIIIo-hm. Us waa fealed on
April 10, It&S, a: d wt by Xteettou.
or out of Ni Uw aitMho aired uy
Tke Wrecked Whalefcack.'
Mabshfikld, Or,, Bept. 22.
Captain O'Brien and his watchman
arc still on board the wrecked
steamer, Charles W. Wettnoro, un
able to come ashore. Tuesday night
the swell was running very heavy,
and Captain Loch, of the life-saving
station, was out to the wreck and
tried to induce Cantain O'Brien and
... .. . i
his companion to como oil wltu aim
but O'Brien refused to leavo the
wreck, and on Wednesday morning
tho swell had so Increased that it
woo Impossible for the life-saving
crew to get near the HI fated steam
er. Captain Loch returned to Em
pire City and got permission to go
out with tho crew and gun aud life
line, but they were unablo to go
nearer than hulf a mile of the
wreck. The gun was heavily loaded
and fired In the hope of reaching
the wreck with tho line, but it fell
short about 75 yards, and at the
H.ime time broke the trunnions of
the gun and threw It overboard
Captain Loch immediately dh-
patched a team to Baudon station
for their gun, which will probably
reach here sometime during the
night. The life-saving crew are
watching the wreck and awaiting
for any opportunity to be of any
service The surf is still running
Pensive and Exponsive,
Muny a woman shrinks from con
sulting a physician about functional
derangements and weakness, and
prefers to suffer in silence. She is
sad and pensive, and ber neglect of
her aliment will prove expensive.
It may cost her her life. One of the
most skillful physicians of tho day,
who has had a vast experlance In
curing diseases peculiar to woman,
has prepared a remedy which is of
inestimable aid to them. We refer
to Dr. Pierce's favorite Prescription,
the only remedy for women's pecu
liar weaknesses and ailments, sold
by druggists, under a positive guar
auleo from the manufacturers, that
it will give satisfaction In every case,
or money refunded.
Saved a Woman's Life.
Mr. J. E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says;
"Two teaspooufuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera und Diarrhoea Reme
dy saved the life of Mrs. Jane
Tnom.jo, of tlds place." He also
states that several other very bad
coses of bowel complaint there have
been cured by this remedy. For sale
by Baskett & Van Slype Druggists.
Marble nud Granite. I have
Just received a stock of murblo and
granite monuments and grave
stones whioh during the next SO
da,vs(sharp)I will sell at prices never
oefore offered in this State. Call
early if you want u bargain. Second
door west of the State Insurance
building. J. James. 0-13-lw
A GentrouB Firm.
Wo are informed that the proprie
tors, Messrs. A. P. Ordway & Co.,
recently sont three dozen of their
reliable medicine, Sulphur Bitters
to the Catholic Home for tho dged
whioh Is highly appreciated by tho
directors and Inmates. "As ye sow
ho shall yo reap." Editor Cathoho
The Chief Ilrntoa (or trie great fs
teas of Hood's Sarsaparllla Is found In th
irtlclo Itselft It la merit that wins, and Um
(ct that UooU's S&ruparlu actually a
jompllsli'jj wliat la cUlmcd for It, la vrbal
has given to Hits meillcluo a popularity a&4
tale grtMter tlun that of any other aaraap
Merit Wins IKMS
UchxVj 8irA(urlUa cures Scrofula, San
Rheum nud nil Ilumora, Dyspepsia, Kei
Headache, MUouanoM, overcomM Tost
Tired reeling, euutcsan Appetite, ttre&fttt
ma the Nerves, MilhW up tho Whole SratM(
Hola nr:tmrllla la old brail drin
IMa. HfnUl. rtS. rVutc4b7G,I.Heof
i'jn Al,4iiiHi.nv IjOWBU.
TO BUILD IS A'.PLEASURE
When you see these new 1891
designs In Books 4 and 5, "Houses
BUe, 8 x 10 lueueo. ixmtalna new rteslirm,
new ftyltvi. Intevl Idea In phtuutug. No.
i tut ! dlgn ofeulHed Horn f IV) up U
IKI), about lm.tr under tum. o. fi con
tUiWdtHWiw rf tllllfm KMtlue over
turn, many miw SUM up ta ?CU .Many
uew MeutUwa or mart style of bouse la
j'rtee, jl ea)i,or the two for tl-0.
D. S. HOPKINS
Archtt'ct. Grand Rapkk, Mich.
J. H. HAAS,
2MK CMMUt St, UleMtOrM,
Wmi Own- h KleWiO
" Don't '
that you can securo al- j
most immediate relief
from Indigestion, and'
that uncomiortabio tuii
noea after meals, by Bim
ply faking a dose of Sim
mons Liver Eegulator?
Some people think that
because it is called Liver
Kegulator it has nothing
to do with Indigestion
and the like. It is the
inaction of tho Liver that
causes Indigestion, and
that fullness; also Con
stipation, and those Bil
ious Headaches. Millions
have been made to under
stand this and have been
cured from these troubles
by Simmons Liver Eegu
lator a medicine unfail
ing and purely vegetable.
"It affords mo pleasure to add my tostly
. ( ... ... ...m .f Ulmmnn.1
Liver Regulator. I havo had experience
with It, as occasion demanded, for many
years, and rceard it as tho greatest medi
cine VI IUO WJ11UO. , li"" v.ww
deserves universal commendation.
CusrnEBLAND Pbehbtticbiaw. Salem,
Oregon, Her. J. E. Blair, Pastor. Sunday
school every Sunday, 10 a. m. PrcacUlng
every Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7:0 p. m.
Church bouse on High street, between
Marlon and Union. Everybody welcome.
MethodjstEfmCoi'AI.. Services ongab-
bath at 10:30 and 7.30. Sunday school at
12; Epworth Leagues atS:15; Prayer meet
ing every Thursday evening. Rev. C. L.
Kellerman, pastor. ,
EVANQBWCAi.-Corncr of Liberty and
Center streets. Sunday services 10-30 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m., Sunday KChooI 12 m., Y, P.8,
C. E. 0.30 p. m.; Prayer meeting Thursday,
7.30 p.m. J, Bowersox, paster, residence
427 Liberty street.
PitKSBYTBRiAir. Church street, between
Chemekctaand Onter. Preaching morn
ing and evening; Hubbuth school at 12 m.;
Y. P. S. C. E. ut B o0 p. in.; prayer meeting
Thursday at 7.S0p.m. Rev.KH.Gwynue,
D, 1)., pastor.
Tub OuuBCir op God. Holds rellgcous
services In the Good Templcr's hall. Tues
day, Thursday ond Friday evenings. Sun
days at 10:30 a m. and 7:30. Sunday 6ohool
at 3 p. m. Elder N. N. Mathews, pastor.
St. Joseph's Catholic Chumcii. Che
meketa and Cottaxe, Sunday services: Low
mass 7.30 a.m.; high mass 10.30; Sunday
school 3 p. in.; vespers 7.J0; week days, low
mass 7 a. m. Rev. J. 8. White, pastor,
ConqbeoatioNAI.. Corner Center and
.Liberty Services Sunday at 10:10a.m. and
7 p. m.; Sunday bchool 12 m., Y. P. 8. C. E.
ut 6 Uti p. m.; prayer meeting 7io0 p.m.Thurs
day. Kev. C. L. Corwln, pastor.
8t. I'aui. Episcoi'AJ. Ci'Ukcii. Corner
Church and Chemekeia. Bii vices 10:30 a.
m. and 7 p. m.; Sundaj school 11:45 n. m.;
service Thursday 7.80 p. m. Kev. W. Lund,
Fibst Baptist. Liberty and Marlon.
Services 10. JO a. m. and 7.00 p. in.; Sunday
school 12 ra.; young people's meeting at 8
p. m.; prayer meeting 7.30 Thursday, Rev.
Robert Whltaker, pastor.
Fkek BIktiiodist. Kev. B. F. Bmalley
pastor. Services Sunday morning and
evening, Sunday schcol at 10 a. m.; prayer
meeting Friday night. Chuich opposite
North Salem school.
Fhiends. At Highland park on car line.
Services 10.30 u.!m. and 7.30; p. in.; Sunday
school 12 m.; Christian Endeavor 6 p. m,:
prayer meeting Thursday 7.0 p. m. Rev.
F. M. George, pastor.
GEititAN Baptist. Services in German
Baptist church north of Cottage street.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11
a. m. Evening service ut 7.30. ,Kev. John
CiiiusTiAif. High and Center. Sundny
school.lU m.; preaching 10:30 a. m.; young
people's society 0 JO p. in.; preaching 7:30
p. m. Kov, W. It. Williams, pastor.
Okrman REtoKMED. Capital and Marl
on.; Sunday service II a, m.; Sunday school
10 a. in.; prayer meeting Wednesday 7: 10 p.
in. Rev. .1. Muellhuupt, pastor.
CiluisTrAN Scikuce. Strvlcts In Uni
tarian hall at 10:i0 a,m.and 7: GO p. m ; Sab
bath kohool 12 in,; Bible study Thursday
UriiTAniAN Cnui:oiT. Services at 10 30 a
m and 7; SO p.m. auuday school at 11 in.
All ltivlted. H(.nU free. Kov. il. H. Brown,
SOUTH Saijcm M. E church. Preach
ing every Sunday at lfc.10 a. m, and 7JiO p.
in, J. U. Roork, pastor.
i.khman Luthekan, North ColtageSt.
Services on 1st and 3d Sunday of each
month at 'J p, in. Rev. G.K. ilej er,pastor,
Avkioan lIBriioniaT, North Salem.
Services at It a. in. uad 7:30 y, m. Sunday
school ot 1 p. m. Kov, G, W. White, pastor.
Holiness aHd Divine Healtng,atU5Hlgh
Ureet, every Sunduy afternoon at 3 o'clock
Temperance gospel meeetlngs at i o'clck
Sunday at W, C, T. U, hall,
NOTICE U hereby given that by virtue
of uu oxeouUuu duly lxmeu out of
the county court of the sluto n( Orcein for
ihorouutyot Marlon, and to ma directed,
on tho ath day of August, 1SKV, upon n
Judgment duly rendered, c utered or record
ana docketed in and by said county court
ou thovtith day of Aui;init.lvs.t,lu a certain
suit then lu wild court pending wherein L.
andE. Illrsch were plalntlfts und B. b.
Vaughn ws defendant In favor or plain
till aud ajiliiat deieudant, by which exe
cution Ism commamttHl that out of the
persoual property or Raid defendant or It
nutHcleul cuunotbe fiuud then out of the
real properly lu said oouutybeloningtosald
defendant ou or after thu 6th day of Aug
gust, 1SS8. to si.'Hly the sum of
Twenty four and bo-iw dollars, together
with Intend thereon at tnu rate of 12 per
cent, peniuuum fnini the (1th day ot Au
gust, IWJ, ami the inriher sum of $1X26,
together with luterest thervon from the
Oth dav of August. 1KM. at the rate of
8 rr eent,))r uuuum uud the further sum
of $1646, together with csts of aud upon
said execution,! h&veleUed upouand will
Sabinhy, the lit day of October. A. D., 1892,
at the hour ot 1 o'clock n. m. of mid dav
nt the west door of the county court hnuie
In Walu. Marion county. Oregon, sell to
the highest bidder for auh In baud on the
etate whta Mid derendaut, It. F. Vuughn,
bad eu er after tho 8th day of August
ljg. In and to the following described real
nroiMTty. lewit: Heainnlnsrat th north.
wet corner of the MHituutkl quarter of
seetKta , t, , a. , x w.; iiimco tM w
roie; ttuHMM south 14 tod; thcneviettMiJ
rod; tbwtee Binth 14 io4 to the place ot
belHuIc Htlulug rf acres more or
1m.; tut Him all or lb donation lnd
oktlwof WJUa Vaughn and Klltabettt
0t InO IWiewlav rtHHtbel premUee, to-
wtu WMiusiog ih mm otnuHeorBr64
the Mm: hmM ! of eeoo 4. T. a.,
s. a wt of the WniAutati Wvi4Ih:
thNMW BMtll 4wlBV t(W Pi 1W
& uerttuMM mrtMr C Jwmui
CVwi'KM4UjVua elntiw; tt.u Kw
Tite-T IweiMtetyof xMt CookV dooAtlou
Ui3rMIintlu; UtiCKvtt I.WeluttnM
tHitW !mn erf Mtuuu, roAUlulus; IK
5S!f0lJ". MM AtUMUJ Mrt. WW.
MttJP'X Mwiaa (atr.Oftwia.
PACIFIC LAND AND ORCHARD CO.
FOR TOWN LOTS FRUIT TRACTS AND FARMS.
A. H. F0RSTNER & CO.
Machine Shop. Guns,
Sporting Goods, Etc.,
SOS Commercial Street.
IS) Commercial Street,
RADABAU6H1 & EPLEY.
Livery Feed and
4i State Street.
F. B. S0UT11W1CK,
T. J. Kltl&S.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, 20th aud OhemektU eueci.
101 Court Btreet.
H0EYE & MILLS.
Only Porcelain Hath Tubs In the
city. 203 Com. St., Salem, Or.
Fun bull, ibearlng Ma!fcty HI
cyuiet. The lowest priced wheel
lntuemxrkct. 'Inchest In the
world for tno pneo O B. Brown
Aot,t,.4S lyoinjiier'clul tit
A COMEDY IN FLYTIME.
A Ualdhcaded Old Gentleman and a
Young Woman the Only Actors.
A girl about eighteen years old sat
next the window in tho rear crosi
seat of on elevated railroad car. In
spite of the steaming weather she
looked cool and fresh in hor white
India muslin frock, and her largo
blue eyes looked out innocently upon
a hot and profano generation. Upon
her head she woro a big wavy hat of
white Leghorn straw, around tho
crown of which was a garland of
great flaming poppies which dangled
loosely from their rubber stems.
Tho car was an old one, and there
was no littlo fence to separate tho
person sitting where she did from tho
person sitting in tho side seat next to
tho cross tection. Tho girl sat well
into the corner and behind her in th
side seat sat an old gentleman who
had taken off his hat, and whoso
large Laid spot was turned toward
Neither dreamed of interfering
with the other, but the motion of
tho train set tho poppies on tho girl's
hat nodding and thoy tickled the old
gentlemen on his bald spot. Ho was
reading his newspaper and made an
absentminded pass at the imaginary
fly, witli the result of giving tho big
hat a smart slap. Tho girl half
looked around to see who was jost
ling her, but tho old gentleman did
not notice her. Sho settled back in
her seat again, and again her pop
pies scratched tho gleaming spheroid
Again tho man slapped at the fly,
with much energy this time, and
either his hand- or his shoulder
touched the girl's shoulder. Sho -was
startled and looked ready to run
away, but thero wero no empty seats
near by and she hesitated. Tho old
gentleman, on his part, turned
around and regarded her with a look
of momentary suspicion which
changed to puzzled sux-prise.
By this time several porsons sit
ting near the unconscious combat
ants wero indulging in broad gruis,
which did not add to the peace of
mind either of man or girl; but they
gradually resumed their former atti
tudes, and again the poppies dangled
against tho skull of th unfortunate
old gentleman, who turned around
Bharply, when tho trailing flower
brushed against his noso. With a
look of miiigled disgust and relief
becauso ho understood at last he
turned his bald spot toward tho win
dow, whilo his neighbors smiled at
tho closo of the comedy, and tho girl
coutinued to look out of her big blue
eyes at a world wheiein was much
that sho didn't kiiow about. New
Thu Tuuo uf Recent Stork's.
A misguided person recently, who
was doaii ous of being cheerful, and
seeking something that would raise
his spirits, and who had porhap's in
lik soul a hankering after beauty,
said that ho could not find in any
book shop or nowsstand a novol or
short story of lecent date that was
not unpleasant iu subject, and did
not end either in despair or degrada
tion. Even m tho railway trains tho
sanv discouraging and altogether
dyspeptic papulum was offered to
him; tuouaiu seemed to bo run by
Schopenhauer. Every day a 6hoal
of fiction is issued, and it is nearly
all ot this character. All tho young
writers catch this note. Wo cannot
deny their sincerity.
Thoy do not yet know by experi
ence that it is not a cheerful -world
thoy havo fallen into, but their atti
tudo to life- is that of sadness, inves
tigating hadnesa aided bv a micro-
tecopa Tho duty is laid upon them
or stuuymg uro as tt really is, of ex
posing its weakness and imperfec
tion, its ovil and its ugliness. This
study is usually mado without hope.
And tho study being always down
ward, it comes to bo felt that ouo
cannot bo altogether sincere without
being sad and too often coarse.
Uiarlea Dudloy Warner in Harper's,
X Befrosblnf; Operation.
Wash tho head, especially tlio back
part, in water just as hot as can bo
borno. Tako a spongo or towel, soak
it in tho hot water, and put it on tho
back of tho nock, holding tho head
down and lotting tho hot water run
over it Repeat thia four or fivo
minute and the face will look like
a boiled lobster. Then take a dash
of coW water, wipe the head Ory, lie
down for fifteen minute and oae
will feel like a new maa or woman.
Moreover tkk ie for fJm WtiacU'o
tne beet tiling ha the world to eiva al
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ZH Washington St.,
In the County Court of the State of Ore
gon for the county of Marlon.
In the matter of the estate ofSUas W.
NUl'lUK TO CREDITORS.
hstatp of Mlas V. Betzley, deceased,
notice is hereby given by the undersigned
Bdmluistrutor of uie estate of hllas W.
Beezley, deceased, to the creditors or, and
ail pertous having claims against the bald
deceased, to present thtra with the proper
voucher, within six monthsfrom the date
of this notice to the administrator, at the
ofllce ol C. I), oung, city or alem, state
IlaUd this 3Cth day of Augast, 1S02
t tt Mf 1 P IT
Administrator of the esta'te'or Hllas' W.
Beezley, deceased, g s-5t w
IntheCounty Court of the Stale of Ore
gon for the County of Marlon.
In the matter of the Estate)
Silas W. neeSley,decesd,r,UU0n'
rt2.S3TW.: Uc,e'eJ'; "elr at-lawofsald
decendent, John I. Beezlty and all other
SitKh-IlNG: ma ii8lale
IntheNameofthe Rtate ofOregon.yoa
. J'n,ofManOQi Q8 17th auyofOo.
uuy.thea and there to show cause. If any
you haTe, why an order should not be
Kjanted to F. 11. Smith, the Administrator
real estate belonglnir 10 satd deceased, w
follows, to wiu lot o, forty elsht nil 01
Bunny-side fruit arm No. S in Hwion
tUhed Lin thicsffiGi: wyjoSSSK
at least lour sucotwlve weeks. saldUAPi.
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