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.l GIVEN i! Profit on $10,000 worth of Shoes, amounting to $2500 IN Laird, Schober and Mitchells Goodyear welt w Vt'ti. TT ,1 MVKVv Sawed and Turn Patnt Tip. . i 00 Patent ' U U .1 u II (I " i, i it " Patent Laird's Misses' Shoes Fino K?d Pat. Tip & 00 2 30 Laird's Children's Shoes " ' " " . 2 50 .1 95 Fino Kid Pump Solo ".. 1 50 125 Infants " " " " " 1 00 85 n u 75 60 ' Oxford Tics in 17 different styles at exactly cost prices. All these goods aro now and all warranted. Wo are going to close out this department at once bo wo can attend more closely to our rapidly growing Dry Goods Trade. THE PALACE DRY GOODS & SHOE CO. Honey to Loan. Oa Improved city or farm properly, g. T. RICHARDSON, Attorney at law. Cor. Court nd Commercial. Brilliant Sklno Metal Polish For cleaning and pollslilnif Show Cases. Brim, Copper, Kluo, Scales, Houaeliold Utensils, Bllverwaro, etc. J1ABU & WSTZELL, Acta, 214 Court Street. FlHflT ANNIVKIlflAIlV. Tlio Salem Y. M. O. A. celebrate Its first annlver- Mry this evening, ono year having tuiud ilnoe this order for physical, In telleotual, moral and spiritual culture ef young men was established In our -Uy. At 8 p. m. at the Association rooms there will bo a report of the year's work. Speeches by business men and offloers, to which all frlouds of ttao In utttuMon are Invited. The statistics will show that In tho first cloven Months after tho owning of tho rooms, 41,000 was the attendance at the rooms, 8,861 was tho atlouduuoo at tho relig ious aervloefl, 239 In blblo olawsea, 10, 882 visited the gymnasium, 1,001 In gymnasium classes, 2,108 baths taken In Mm rooms, 076 letter written In tho Moms by young men, fifteen young fcMti found employment through the Hployment bureau. Tho maintain Hot of this aas'n for tho Iranuflt of young men costs about three thousand dollra a year, but no ono doubts that It la well Invested. Tim Btalmon Show In two weeks the groat annual homo show' will occur In Salem. Much Interest Is being shown by all horse owners, and a good It show Is promlsod. Jutluo T. C. Shaw, J. T. Ueokwllh and J. A. Tan Mr. the committee in uharge, have been doing tomo good work. They know all the horsemen, and are look. tag out for their Interests. This lusuivs tblr presence, and wo can expect to the 11 nest horses In Oregon here March tftli. Thb Bouooii Oabb. Saturday after- Boon Jury tried the North Salem Mhool whipping case, rendering n vef diet for defendants, acquitting them of assault wild battery. The Jury was composed of E. M. Law, John Hughes, J. B. Stump, Chas. Blmpsou, Geo. jobnson. All tho witnesses were iwaln exatuluetl ami at a late hour the am was given to the Jury, The vor diet was not guilty and Prof. Sell' weed aud Miss Carnation were dls- stiarged, aud were warmly congratu latsd by their many friends, ItKCWTiON.Utuler tho ausnlcm of the ladles' auxiliary to tho Y. M. C. A, a rseeptlou will be given next Winlnw- ay afternoon, March 10, In tho elegant ajM pteasaut rooms of tho association, to whloh all ladles, especially mothers, tatsrested In tho work for young men, Ms most cordially luvlted. Reception Item 8 o'clock uutll 6. Light refresh Meats will be servod by representatives ssTtbe auxiliary. 88800 Iri rjtir.iM.-That Is what tho Ovagon state woorUHien'a association or gMswed Friday last will oflur In prliwi pi the state touruamsut to beheld at June 27, 38 aud IX). Tho Port. Ms view, for which Frank Hows le Dfsnt will give a state gold medal to teafcetlertbeti. XtAMMH1 Ywr. The largest sale yei esed In feklem Is the Shoe Sale at If fjfce Fakes. Whole stock of new goods Dr. Coolris flIU teeth without palu. OPENING INE MILLINERY TitMtfey, WeeJaWNaUy, Timnuiay, Hawk Utk, Ifttk, UHl ICtk. , MRS. S, C. RBBID, 265 ComrrwcUI Stmt, AWAY. Ladies', Misses' and Children's CflSfl. Hand Turns and prica. now. 94 20 8 15 Tip 8 50 2 60 3 00 2 BO Tip 2 50 2 00 " 2 50 1 85 Sukpkiheo T11K JiiDOE.Tbe Old Folks Whist Club armed with cards, lunch, tables, and several tons of social gall Invaded the sanolty of Judge and Mrs. J. J. Murphy's home Saturday evening and surprised them on the oc casion of their wedding anniversary. John Q. Wright was a oommlttee of one to go up to the state house and get the Judge to leave bis desk, telling him it was an awful dull day and Inviting him down to his houso to havo a game of whist. They found a host of people In charge of parlor and kitchen, and tho flag of sociability flying at the mast head. It was a great success. Good Selection. Miss Ada Brey man has been chosen to arrange the art exhibit from Oregon at tho world's fuir. Miss Breyman Is considerable of an artist herself and a lady of taste and refinement who will be able to conduct her department with credit to herself and the state. She expects to go on to Chicago and personally super intend tho placing of pictures and art works. While Oregon can boast of no artists of national fame, sho will have an exhibit no Oregonlan need be ashamed of, when compared with othr Northwestern slates. Foil NbwI'OKT. Visitors to Oregon's favorite watering place will be Inter ested to know that the steam tug Res- oluto will bo ruu on route between Newport and Yuqulna, In connection with the Oregon Pacillo hereafter, In currying passengers aud freight. Tho pasKungur fare will be reduced to twouty-tlvo cents. This change will bo welcomed by all visitors to tho bay. m 8THBKT Imi'ovkuant. George W. Gray, Esq., Is auxious to havo 18th street Improved from State street east. The plans and specifications are all made and the city council at its next meeting will probably take steps to havo that street Improved, and ns tho prluclpul property owner seem to be In favor of It tho Improvement will undoubtedly bo undertaken. Nkw Giiuiiou. Bev. Wni. Lund, of St. Paul's JtCplscopal church, Salem, has been holding service In tho first preshylerlau church, Woodburn, for some time aud has administered the rlto of buptlsm to several persons. A subscription has been started to build a church thore. Tiik Nabiiys. 1'ostmssterGllbort of Sslem and l'ostmosrvr Fl titer of Wood burn have beeu complimented by the retiring postmaster general for their services, whloh aro characterized as Im portant to the department and oouduot hI with tldelty and teal. It I presumed other postmasters wore also complimen ted. IlKi'AUt tiik Bhidok. The big brldgo betweeu Salem and Polk coun ty undoubtedly needs repairs aud (taints. It was built by the two oouu lies and the city, and Judge Hubbard says the court will pay Its share to wards the work, whloh he suggests tho city council place In the hands of the olty euglueer. Luoatkd. The new United Brsth. ren church lu Salem has been located at liMh and Mlsslou streets, Bev. J. S. Jennings, Wm. M, Bargeant, John Harrltt, Mrs, Julia Harrltt. and A. Cox are trustees, A neat aud onaiuio dtous church house Is to be built soon TBAIN LATK. The Overland from California went throueh in two mmv uoua today. There were a numtr cars of fruit aud the second section was several hours late. DAYS. UVEtflNGr CAPITAL TEI0HINAE1N OREGON. Fatal Disease of Swine Said to be Abroad. From the quarterly report submitted to the Marlon county court by Stock Inspector W. S. Slmerallt appearB that there exists in this county tue dread and fatal disease of hog trichinae WHAT HE BAYS. In his report dated March 11 tho In spector says: "There Is considerable stokness among horses and cattle. Sheep are only In fair condition as far as has been heard from." There are some hoes In the county affected with catarrh or snuffles, and some of Trichinae." Signed. Trichinae Is a microscopic parasite worm infestincr swine, and when the flesh containing them is eaten raw, or Insufficiently cooked, produces men Inoflis, adlBease often fata). WHERE, OH WHERE! IS OEORQE? A Salem Man Falls Heir to an Im mense Fortune. San Francisco papers tell of one George B. Baretow, residing at Salem, Or., who has fallen heir to 1315,000 by the death of his cousin, Mrs. Abby White, of Santo Barbara, Col. She left a fortune of nearly $3,000,000 to be divided betweeu seven heirs. By means of tho new Obenauer City Directory, Mr. Barstow was found to have been a barber at Hotel Willamette where ho remained but a short time. Thero was uo knowledge of him at the postoftlco general delivery, nor at the police headquarters. Tiik Journal learned that he had gone to Tillamook and a dispatch was received this afternoon that tho Salem Barstow Is empolyed lu a meat market there. If be Is the Barstow, he will pleaso roll down IiIh sleeves, take off his blood stained apron and prepare to join the 400. m First Anniversary of Salem Y. M. 0. A. this Evening at 8 O'clock. FKOailAMMK. Song Association. Beading scripture. Prayer. President addrcts II. S. Glle. Instrumental solo.. Miss Maud Hlrsoh. iteportof Huauuo com. J. II. Albert. Cornet solo W. E McElroy. Treasurer's report F. N. Gilbert. Report of ladies auxiliary Mrs. R. S. Wallace. Instrumental duet "The 8lelh Bide." Mr. and MIhs Hroat. Address G. A. Mooney, President Portland UHHoclatlon. Report of religious work commltteo .. F. A. Wiggins. Instrumental solo Mrs. Wlllman. Report of General Bee..-. J. Wetherbee. Association Song "Blest be tho tlo that Binds." Tiik Biku Exiiiiiit. Allen Rhodes, tho Sulem tuxldermlBt, has prepared a lino display of Oregon game birds, worth in the neighborhood of $300. It was prepared for shipment to Portland today, Thero was a cose of 17 Mongol Ian pheasants, including cock, hen aud 15 chicks, 4 pair for a group, 2 pair eastern Oregon pralrio chickens, 2 pair dusky grouse, 2 pair ruffled grouse, 4 pair valley quail, 3 pair moun tain quail, a group of Jack snlpo, aud some other single specimens. Mr, Rhodes has worked at this collection for over a yotr aud it is to be part of the Oregon exhibit at the world's fair. Soorrs Mills. Seven Iowa families. escorted by Mr. Corkle, of tho Oregon Laud Co., started today for their prob able future homea at ttie Scotts Mills oolony. Thore aro four families of Couimous, Mr. Coover, and Messrs. Nordyke's, two brothers. These peo ple arrived Saturday aud go by team to their new homo. That region Is set tllng up rapidly with Iowa people uu der tho Impulse of Eastern immlcra tlou brought to Oregon by the above littua Co. m i Rrmovko. The city government has been removed to now quarters today in the Gray building on tho comer of Lib erty aud State, over Smith's art store. The recorder will hold his police court right on tho corner, a back room being uel for the meeting of the city council The city Jail prlsoiiers will be kept In spare cells of tho county Jail, and these arrangements will continue uutll n new city hall aud Jail are built. Babkct Social. At tho basket so cial to be glveu tomorrow evenlm? at ths Congregational church, by tho Y. P. U. U. Jr... the youuc lad m ar re quested to bring baskets with lunch for two. All young people are Invited. LoBT A KlNOKK. Jeasa Mason hud the mlafortuue to lose the third linger oi m rigui uami while engaged on Robertson's wood saw at the court house. Dr. Jessup dressed the wound. The little linger was also hurt some. Van Eaton Is the iuru, Sells fruit by the can Goods frwh aud new, spick spau, la this grocer's plan, Den'i fall to call rn Van. AVN!N(HL Qlve vour nhUr. ,, awnings to K, F. 0buru, S01 Comwer. eUJ street. He ean mv you several deWarseieh et4r, aud puts them up la Uh Ut ikaf. JOTOXAL, MONDAY, THE SCHOOL ELECTION. A Variety of Candidates and Con siderable Interest Shown. For directors tho names of E. M. Walte, H. A. Johnson, Jr., Mrs. E. M. Vonderwort, Percy Willis, Scott Bo zorth, A. L. Plerson, L. D. Henry, W. H. Byrd, E. P. McCornack, were on the one dozen various tickets made up In triplets, voted this afternoon. The polls are open from 2 to 8 p. m. Electors of the district are voting at any one of the diflerent polling places In the city. There are apprehensions expressed that from this there may grow some confusion. A large vote is being polled. SUPREME COURT. Salem, March 13th, 1893. State of Oregon, vs. Phelps and Baker motion for hearing denied. On motion of C. M. Idleman, Mar shal B. Peaslee was admitted upon cer tificate from the supreme court of Mass. to practice in all the courts of Ibis state. State Barr association, vs. Thomas F. Cowing continued till Monday morning at 050 March 27. N. K. Bawkin, respondent, vs. Chas. A. Malarkey et. al. appellants. Ap peal from Multnomah county; argued and submitted. C. M. Idleman aud Harrison G. Piatt atty. for reap, Dan. J. Malarkey atty. for app. In the cause of Hughes, vs. Holman, former opinion by this court affirmed; opinion per curiam. PERSONAL AND LOCAL. Dr. Morse is east attending a course of lectures. Hall Is a rare sight at Salem. There were several light showers of it of late. State Superintendent E. B. McElroy went to Portland today on world's fair business. Willamette University students are to have ( heir photos at the world's fair, as will also the faculty. Tho Y. P. S. C. E. give a basket so clftl Tuesday evening at the church. Youug ladies are to carry lunch for two. In the cars backed Into tho state prison yard there was found a tramp the other day. He was discharged without a pardon. Jas. B. Davis took his place at his desk at the state house for the ilrst time since his illness. Ono P. D. got Hyo days of Recorder Edes this morning. Sherltt Shattuck brought J. E. Cleve land, a convict from Grunt's Pass, for larceny of u dwelling, for two yeare. W. G. Westacott was in Porllaud to day on business. John Savage, 8r., pays $1200 taxes and still has enough left to buy a clgur. Dr. Contris fills teeth without pain. The city prisoners will probably be moved to the county Jail this evening, us the city government Is now houseless and homeless. Tho Steamer El wood brought up a heavy load of freight from Portland yesterday. Agent Herrou Is rustling a largo share of that U. P. freight at Port land for all points along the river. Henry Price and A. N. Hales re turned front Eastern Oregon last night with a band of horses. They rode nearly 300 miles on horseback, and Henry says ho never felt so soro about anything in his life. Amos Strong Is building two fine bouses on his resldeuco lot in South Salem, which will probably be for rent. Tho 8tate school land department re ceived $554.10 Interest today on a land note, principal, $105.60 given In 1870. Tho state is carrying many of this kind of long time loaiiB for school lands. TUTT'S PILLS euro chills and fever. Eastern oysters Davison's "Whiter than snowl" Everybody says so, And people ought to know, Tho oaly place to get it so la at tho Salem Steam Laundry. Of Course Yon Read The testimonials frequently published In this paper relating to Ifood.s Sarea parill. They aro from reliable people stato simple facta, and show beyond a doubt that HOOD'S CURES. Why don't you try this medicine? Be sure to get Hood's. Constipation and troubles with the digestive organs and the liver, are cured by Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a dinner pill. DPRICE'S HABCH 13, 1893. T How's Your Liver? Is the Oriental salutation, knowing that good health cannot exist without a healthy Liver. "When tho Liver is torpid tho Bow els aro sluggish and con stipated, tho food lies in the stomach undi gested, poisoning tho blood; freauent headache ensues; a reeling of lassi tude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the -whole system is de ranged. Simmons Liver Begulator ha3 been tho means of restoring more Eeoplo to health and appiness by giving them a healthy Liver than any agency Known on earth. It acts with extraor dinary power and efficacy. NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED, As a gonial family remedy for dyipepila, TorpldXIver, Constipation, etc, I hardly em do anything elie, and hare nerer been all appointed In the effect produced; It seemi to be almost a perfect cure for all diseases of tha Stomach aad Bowels. B W. J. McElBOY, Hacoa.0, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. S. B. Gwyn to 8. T. Richards, 1 a., Eli Cooley land claim, $250. J. H. Richards and wife to B. B. Gwyn 1 a. name $250. U. 8. to Robert Wolat e. i s. w. i 1. 3, 4. sec. 18, tp. 9. s. 3.e. patent. L. J. Culow to A. Burnett 1. Capital Home, $250. Pkohi Ci-un. Tuesday evening at W. C. T. U. hall the Salem Prohibition club will dicuss the questien: "Can the Populisto and Prohibitionists unite, if soon what basis?" Dr. Contris fills teeth without pain. Balmon eggs Davison's Market. Windsor Ties and Veilings. A new lot of the choicest patterns Osburn's Racket store. at Annual meeting W. C. T. TJ. tomor row, Tuesday, 2:30 p. m. Try the Columbia Shoe Store, 118 State street. DKAl 11M. STEVENS. At Sau Francisco, Cal., March 12. 18')3, ut 3 p: m., Mrs. 8. A. Stevens, widow, aged 48, of hemor ruge. Mrs. Stevens was well known in this city, where she resided for several years prior to last August. Her only daughter, Mrs. E. S. Lamport of Sa lem, departed on Sunday night's over land to attend the funeral. She leaves an only son at Red Bluff, Cal. Mrs. ttievens was a lauy oi many lino so cial qualities, and the news of her death will be a painful surprise to her many friends in this city. Better and Better. "Better thnn craodeur, better than gold, Dettertlinn rankn thousand fold. isn healthy body, a mind at ease, And simple pleasures that always please." 10 gei ami Keep a healthy bodv. use Dr. Pierce's Golden Discovery, a reme dy deslgued to not only cure all diseases or the throat, lungs and chest, but keep iuo uouy in iiiuruugmy ueauny con dition. It eradicates all Impurities from the blood, and overcomes indices- tlou and dyspepsia. Blotches, pimples aud eruptions disappear, under Kb ubo and your mind can be "at ease" as to your iieuitn. uest lines of ladles foot wear at the Columbia Shoe Store 118 State strett ut, uontrls fills teeth without pain. Fish plentiful Davison's Market. llie best school shoes lu the market at the Columbia Shoe Btore, 118 8tate street. SALEM MARKETS. Wheat-67c per bushel. Oats 3540o per bushel. Potatoes o0G0c per bushel. Flour f J.60 per bbl. Bran-(Sacked) f 18.00 per ton 8hors-(8acked) 120.00 per.ton. Eggs SOo per dozen. Chickens 8 to 10c per lb. Chopped feed -(Sacked) J20.00. Ducks 12jo per lb. Geese 7o ier lb. Turkeys 10o per lb. Lard-1215operlb. Butter 2530c per pound Beef-712c dressed, Veal-10 to 12Jc, dressed. Pork-712o dressed . ft Toiish cajn oorwmim HFinnf WoyUfct oo r " iHif TtsM Hum Ttllll AXB&JR JM KLaSMMtaMMi ' firlPD vi YiQ0UEl VNAi ST0RS, READY FOR BUSINESS. We have just finished dressing our display windows with an elegant line of PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS Price $1.00. Have you seen this display ? I Patton Bros., Booksellers and Stationers 08 STATE BfREKT. HOTEL ARRIVALS. WILLAMETTE. W. H. Raymond, M. B. Peaslee, P. C. Watkins, M. B. Keis, Portland. W. A. Titcomb. A. G. Glenn, T. E. Plowman, Ben). Sat, San Francisco. Wm. Johnson, New York. C. A. Robertson, Chicago. Clyde Beach and wife, Coryallli. H. Long, Portland. Dr. Contris fills teeth without pain. Dr. PowellReeves & Co., The Old Reliable Specialists, Ute?'v1ifw Yotk HPl'al- Graduate with High Honors Twenty years' experience as Profewor, Lecturer. Author and StxctalUt la Chronio Dlseaeei. Catarrh, Bronchitis, Cough and Difficulty of Breathing Successful ly treated withspeoif. lo remedies thoroughly tested and proved by me OLD DOCTOR Who is one of nature's noblemen, thoroughly devoted to his profession and ever ready to help the afflicted NERVOUS DEBILITY SUy'S.'SVSS middle-aged meu. The awful eHecUol early", dkcretloo. producing weakness, LOST MAN HOOD nlgtt emiuToni. exhausting d" in, bMhlulneu. ou of energy, weakueai of both body and brain. unfitting She for ituSy, builneal BLOOD AND SKIN P!r.ricJofu!k,pot,Ju syphilitic Ulnt.rheun?itl.m.eupt LV ?i aU kinds, blood polion from any canw whatever KIDNEY AND URINARY ?&&& wW.""?",',"1 u.rine' b''c"utfo"whluiblfn CATARRH aS'Ktefi cure, effected aaaoon ioaibiel . C! PRIYATE hVd;";;??110?' pi essf- rspEib oKsa pfisfest WRITE L,n?Lub', "Ting away from the . .. UM kh, Aaareta. DR.PnWELL REEVES & CO., KowlbttW at 216 Com'I St, Salem. SPRING CLOTHING. viiR - "" il In! thole lle or MEN'S $10.00 AND $15.00 SUITS We are ahowlno. .i V"JI u" Children's QnulT bkek drt nu" loulu' wU In Ctisfontfp Pranced into our store with a swell that he could find nothing in town to suit him, but he only glanced at one of our HOME MADE SUITS s and made a selection at luui MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. rjTOR BALK Ahelfer one year old. qulr JJ oi Green's Kzpresa. 8-1S- BARGAIN FOR SOMEONE. For sale at a great reduction and on easy terms A new Standard Make Piane: must be sold at ence: owner going Kait, U. N. Nllseu, oppo site M, E. Church, Houth Salem. iS-ll-Ct F lOUND-Akey wlthleathortagNo. 21. Call at, journal omce. A TTENTION. Cash mone; A bnttleB.old Iron and all k iy paid ror rags, :lnas of metals, a so hides, at old Court House. Salem. 1-26-ly 1. TOLPOLAR, FOR SALE Very cheap, good, Dew house and barn. Asylum ave. Junction. In quire at H. Frechlel's store. V-23-d-lm GO to the Willamette Stables for your Liv ely Rigs, Express, Baggage, Trucks and lniys. cor. of Liberty and en y. 2-ZWt-lt-w RYAN & CO., Prop. FOR SALE. A One short horn bull 1 year ola. Also a ftw fine Plymouth Rock tookerels and Light Brahmas. See RYAN. TTK)R HAL, CHEAP. A good, nearly new, X. uprigm piano Call at 3'JL uhemeketaSt. corner 12th street. I ii'Z-lw HOWARD, House Mover. The 451 Main Street. Has the best facilities lor moving and rais ing houses. Leave orders at oruy Bros., or address -ialem, Oregon. School District Election Notice. VTOTIOE Is hereby given that at a school XI ineeung oi scnooi .District IVo. 21, of Ha noi! county, Oregon, to be held at the Opera Home. jn the city ol Halem, lu said dlstrict.on Thursday Alarch SO, IfcHJ, there will bo submit ted to such Of the nilMllflpri vnlnru nf EllH school district as In the year last preceding mu unjr ui meei iDg snail nave paid a tax upon properly assessed tnthem in mirt riiotHM iim question of contractingabonded debtof S16.C0O . i miAmo ul iiuruiusing a sue ana erect ing and lurnUhlng an eight room school build ing at some point in said dl-trlct e-ist oflBtn street and between the Turner road und asy lum avenue, the vote to be by ballot upon which shall be the words "Bonds Yes," and the words "Bonds No." Polls to be open at 1 o clock p. m., and remain open until 4 o'clock nB7 PrAe,r the board or directors of School District No 21, or Marlon county. Oregon. Dated this dth day oi March. A. D. 1893 .,, WYLIK A. MOORES, s-ta District Clerk. School District Election Notice. VTOTICK is hereby given that at a school AwL .fS lD?ot school District No. 21, or Ma rion county. Oregon, to bo held at the opera mH.b5 la l.ne City of kalem in sald dlstricTon to0.?,riMPrl1 ' 'I43, lhere wm be submitted rtutriS he qualitled voters of said school nfm..iiS'llJ.th,eJearlastPreced10B tho day Ssi?..dB, h,11 h.ave ld a lax UP" Property S?fnnf?!.HlbemK,n ialA "srict the question ?ii5 rafl,nB a bonded debt of Fifteen Thou- lSM-W15,000' for tne PurP"8 T e?ecf nel??h Bei?i B .T50"1 Bcnoot building on or nVTiJSSSl??-??. Present school buildings XT..X.. "i,CD w ln vne uity or Salem, in Bald whlchyahn.,?.Bial.eithe vote tS be by balfct upon ih 5a,!.be tne words "Hondfs Yes," and Ld9"M.Pds o." Polls to be open utl D vrv" " m ua remain open until 4 o'clook p.m. Bv orrtpr nf tii.nn.1 ... . - . Dlatript Nn oi r i. . UJ l'ireciors or Hcnooi IJaiS .M;2Q.'.ofJUar'on county, urepon. Dated this 8th day of March, A. D. 1813. 3-Md W X1UJS A. MUOlttS, District Llerk. Salem Soap AND CIIEMICJLL 1T0BSS. JOS. KTIEMTON, Mgr. -AU Kinds of Boap. LAUNDRY AND TOILET. Highest Price paid for TALLOW and LARD. TRY OUR FRUIT PEST EMULSION SOAP For Bpraylng, Warranted to Kill All Insect Life. 60 Cta, Per Gallon. Located Nsar Salem Woolen Mills, rae mce pst,ern9 l.Oo to 5R rr aitny nobby agns, and a fine' nCVr many nobby dealg, WSRAHOUBB CORNER, .S & CO. AtliC9,a41Wen 8ALEM, OREGON, i i0" tecthmpU rf JfiLZS JF