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!" EVENING" CAPITAL JOTTHNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1893. 11 P to GIVEN AWAY. KTfie u 50 00 50 50 00 50 50 00 75 now. $4 20 Profit on $10,000 worth of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, amounting to $2500 IN CASH. Laird, Scholar and Mitchells Hand Turns and price Goodyear welt $5 00 Fin KdMeKay Sawed and Turn Patent Tip.. 41 00 latent Tip 3 3 Patent Tip 2 u ii ii u h 2 Laird's Misses' Shoes Fino K5d Pat.' Tip! .' '.'.'. 3 Laird's Children's Shoes ' " " " . 2 " " " Fino Kid Pump Solo " . . 1 Infants " " " " " 1 " " . . 75 GO Oxford Ties in 17 different styles at exactly cost prices. All these goods are new and all warranted. Wo aro going to close out this department ot onco so we can attend more closely to our rapidly growing Dry Goods Trado. S 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 15 60 30 00 85 30 95 25 85 PASSED THE FIRST MILEFOST. Successful Anniversary Celebration Work of Year Reviewed. THE PALACE DRY GOODS & SHOE CO. Money to Loan. On Improved city or form procrly, S.T. 1UCIIAHDSON, Attorney at law. Cor. Court and Commercial. Brilliant Sliirio Metal PoIIbIi For cleaning anil polfHuliiirBliow Caws. Uratw, Conner, Zluc, Scales, Household Utensils. Hllvorwurc, to. BARR & Vffl'tKhli, Agin, 211 Court Street. - IF - You ro going to build or make an kind of Improvement, call on tlio undoralgued lor material. Wa have a complete (took, and are ready to supply any prepared contract, newer work, grading, eto. Salem Improvement Co, Womkn Voting. While a conuld erable number of men testified to their belief In equal rights by voting for a lady for school director, Mrs. Ramp find a party of ladles offered to share tlio responsibility of holding elections by tendering their ballots at the school election Monday. They wero refused at one voting plaoo but were received at the armory with open arms, so to speak, and their tickets deposited. It is not known whether they were counted. Stands By Cakti:u. In n letter published In a Lawrence county, Mo., paper, Mrs. Alice Rose of Mt. Tabor, Or,, says she will stand by R. C. Car ter alias Rose, sentenced to bo huug. She cays: "Hlnco my cousin, Mr. Block-, has returned homo I havo beard all tho facta In my husband's case; aud cousin nays lie watt convicted upon olrcumstautlal evidence, and bo Hayes If be can get a new trial ho will (MH out cloar. Aud I do bope bo can get a new trial, for I believe he Is Innocent. He could not be guilty of such a crime, nnd live th life he has lived hero for the past four years. I shall stand by my husband and do all In my power to help bill). It Is terrible to think of what ho must sutler for the crime charged against him, and I hope nil of you there who uru his friends will do all you can to save him." MOUNINOSIDK IH B(K)MIN(1. Tue ties aredown, the grading Is done, tho truck Will be laid in a short time, for a good distance of the now Mortor Co. extension to tho company' addition to Balem south. Now Iioiihch are going up, demand for lots uud laud Is Inorva. lug, the company Is prepurlug to move IU shops and car house to MornlugHldu at an early day. There will Ih a town out there before nuyouo knows It, A league baseball ground Is to bo laid oil. Keep your eye on Morulugslde. Not Hinckur. Boiiio gentlemen who have been figuring to build a mo tor Hue tu Dallas want fM,(XX) In cash to undertake It, If the city of Balem will put up half that amount for either of the motor oonuuilen now operating In this city they can get a Hue to Dal las (bat will not Ih built out or wind. foO.OOOwlll build a road to Btaytou aud put It In operation, aud clear money by It. The proposition that has received some attention Is a burlesque at boot. Bl'HINO Flowkiui, There Is an In nlratioit in spring flowers, whether mantling the maiden's cheek, worn upon her brvait, or f.wotnatlng the beholder as trimming on a spring hat. The millinery stows am generally ahead ef the early eprlng beautlw or the gar feu In variety aud profusion aud Mil was never better exemplified than lu (be wonderful display shown today at Mrs. 8. C. Heed's oenlug, Lasts three day. Qoino to Out Tiikhk, a Balem u bur ban womau Is going to get there. Jh baa her place to dUinwe of aud has alf n en oue end "for Nile," on the otber end "for rent." Trichina in Point. There Is an Impression that the county stock in spcotordid not have his glasses on when ho discovered trichina in Marlon county pork. J lo probably saw some maggots In a badly cured ham. Mr. BImeral may havo a good oye, but It takes a strong mioroscopo to see a trichlua when there are any around. Hkii Plans Laid. A Balem lady whoso husband was out rather late the other ulght at tho sportsmen's banquet says she has sont for her mother to como out from back East to stay with tho children nights aud she Is going to attend all the places he visits, aud more is noimng in tue constitution or bylaws to prevent. Full Citizknhiiii'. Tho following named men, who havo each served a year In tho penitentiary, wero today restored to full citizenship by tho gov gev gov ereor: J, C. l'errluand Jno. Carlston, fir larceny, from Umatilla; II. D. lUan, for embezzlement, from Multnomah, Ladikb' Rkokition. Tho woman's auxllary will hold a reception In the parlors of tho Y. M. C, A. rooms on Wednesday afternoon, from 2 to 5 o'clock, wheu they hope to meet and wolconio tho ladles of Balem. All of tho members or tho auxiliary are ex pected to he present aud serve ou the reception committee, Boiioni, Law. County Buiiorlntend- ent Graham Ih getting clerks reports In duplicate and many of them are er roneous lu the following resHct: Di rectors cannot bo sureties on a clerk's bond, aud the bond must be accepted by tho board of directors before the county superintendent can accept. i A&SAUi.T. In state vs. John Rentier. at tho Instauoo of John Wahbniler. Mb employed In August Hucbstoln's elgar factory. Rtgnor pleaded guilty before Justice Batehelor and was llued W aud costs, amounting to (13.70. Knoaokd, The engagement is an nounced of MIm Ruby Jfllnt, daughter or Mr. aud Mrs. T. R. Flint, of Baora meuto, to Frank Hughes, or Balem, Oregon, The wedding will take place ou March M.-8. F. Argouaut. l'uoiiATK Couut. Barah Ii. Taylor tiled her bond lu the sum of (10,000 as administratrix of the estate or her hus band, John L. Taylor, deceased, with F. X, Matthteu as surOy, Allium Day. The presentation or the Hag given by the engine company, No. y, to the North Balem school will be made by A, M. Clough during the exercise of Arbor day, which Is Friday, April Hth. i i B.wum Hats From 30 cents to fl.SS for line KuglUh mllaus, at Mr. u. i4, Hester's, Nearly a thousand people assembled at tho Y. M. C. A. rooms Monday night In houor of the first anniver sary. The directors and officers occu pied the platform, and as President Glle said the society was perfectly will ing that they should be seen. After ji song, there was scripture reading by C. P. Bishop, and prayer by Rev, Rob ert Whltaker, PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS. H. S. Glle stated the facto of the his tory and progress of this association It bad started out with the support of a majority of the Balem business men, Its success was due largely to the hearty backing of our business men and citi zens, the ofllcers and directors, the Women's Auxilllary, and the earnest painstaking work of the general secre tary, Mr. Wetherbee. It had come to stay and would continue to be a factor in tho upbuilding of the moral charac ter of the community. Well supported the Y. M, C. A. was the deadly foe of all evil social influences that lay In wait for young mon. When the five-year lease on this building expired there should lie a fine modern building ready for the association, to bo Its own home. Some man could erect a noble monu ment by supplying tho means for this. Immeasurable Influences for good have gone forth from this place and we Iook forward to greater usefulness In tho years to follow. President Glle's ad dress was closely listened to and ap plauded by all present for Its encourag ing tone aud the good showing made. After an Instrumental nolo by Miss Maud Hirsch, Banker F. N. Gilbert read tho financial statement of the society. Y. 31. C. A. KINANC13. Tho report explained the method of conducting tho finances. Expouso of year's work and to pay for improve ments in this hall was estimated at $4000. Total amount received, (3528. It camo from gifts, fees aud dues. The most given by any ouo was MOO, Total amount paid out (4102. Debt of society (1105.05. Subscriptions up to dato reach nearly (3000. I.ADIKS AUXILLIARY. The report was prepared aud read by Miss Kirk. It showed that three re ceptions had been given and the ladies had expended (271.05. Tho auxilllary had 60 members. The report was well received. MUSICAL FEATURES of tho evoulug wero Mr. McElroy's cor uol solo, Mr, aud Miss Sroat's sleigh ride piano duet, with sleluh bells, a merry company laughing and singing, whips cracking and all tho uproar at tending that event of colder climes than ours. Tho "Sroats" wero encored aud responded with a breakdown (not plantation) without which a sleighing party Is never complete. 3IK. a. A. MOONKY President of Portland association was introduced and spoke of tho work In that city and in general, He showed the value or enthusiasm aud the per sonal benefit derived from actual con tact with the duties of this society. THK l'ltOOKAM CLOSED with a report rrom the committee on religious work by Fred A. Wiggins, an instrumental solo by Mrs. Wlllumu and the report or tho general secretary Mr. Wetherbee, which was listened to with great Interest, it reviewed In an ablo manner tho work of the past year In detail and showed the gentleman to bo a thorough master of his task, really as difficult to bo performed well as oc cupying any pulpit In the city. OFFICERS. Oillrers were elected for tho ensuing year as follews: H. B. Glle, president; J. A, Van Eaton, vlco president; P. N. Gilbert, treasurer; A. Moores, re cording secretary; J. R. Wetherbee, general secretary. The directors are: J. H. Albert. Dr. B. R. Jeasup, F. J. fitrayer, B. 8. Cook, Jas. AltUeu, C, P. BIshop.T.Holversou U Marsh, T. O. Shaw, F. E. Hodgkln, Pror. E. B. McElroy. This Is thoold board of directors. The tei ms of Messrs. Albert, Glle.Btrayer, Cook, aud Altken having expired, they wero selected to servo three years each. THE SCHOOL ELECTION. New School Board of Five Members Created. The result of tho school election Is that E. M. Walte, Dr. W. H. Byrd, H. A. Johnson, Jr., were chosen. With the hold over members of the old board W. L. Wade, of North Balem, and F. R. Smith, of South Balem, tbey will constitute tho new board. RESULT BY WARDS. Wnrdi. Candidate 12 3 4 Total. Hoott UuzortU W. H Kyrd U D. Henry II. A Jobnson K. P. McUornack A. L Flereon F, M. Townsend Mrs. Vnndevort E.M. Walte Fercy Willis Scattering 17 73 145 S) 88 41 121 68 42 01 ITS 69 JO 78 150 SO 12 37 119 45 2 10 3 23 19 4 7 124 90 18 26 44 41 2 505 32 2(11 371 2W8 2M 2 3a 130 2 Total vole cant wag 71!) Salem will now conduct her schools under the new Portland independent district law. The board of directors will elect their own clerk, Under tbe new law directors are elected to serve five years each, but hereafter there will be but a Bingle director to elect each year. The directors chosen Monday will have to choose lots for the three terms of three, four and Ave years each. The gentlemen elected are well known citizens who have property and take a deep Interest In the education of youth. Mr. Johnson Is a successful real estate man, one of tbe numerous aud powerful Johnson tribe that al ways get there. E. M. Walte is the president of tho old board, a large property owner and a gentleman who has given the best years of his life to the upbuilding of our public schools. Dr. Byrd is one of the leading profes sional men of tho city, a gentleman of scientific attainments and common sense that make him a safe educator. He Is tho Democratic member of the board and It was a handsome recogni tion of the minority that men of all parties voted for him for this impor tant aud non-political ofllce. It Is gen erally regretted that the uewer part of the city did not get a representative on tbe board, although all the gentleman elected will do their duty fairly and Justly by all sections. PERSONAL AND LOCAL. Nonas la Hkhkuv Givrx-That Mr. D, L. Fiester will carry a cUl ate during this week, of sailor hat. The latest thing lu trutiNrlne at Hart's, the tailor. -t Joiie & Beruardl's French Ice cream oda beats them all. Dr. ContrU tills teeth without pain. OPENING DAYS. PINBMILLINBRY Twwkfty, Wftliuwliay, TttMrnday, March 141k, 13th, nnd Iik. MRS. S. C. REED, 265 Commwciti Street, Lawsuit. The jiajwrs were tiled today In a suit of F. J. Btrayer vs. John IVnulnger, for (130 dollars aud costs as commission on a real estate sale, by attachment. KW iOTAlU!.-.V. J. WlggS, Of Slielburu and Jas. L. Wlckersham, of i oruanu, were today appointed notuhs public. Inranu, Ralph Smith, aged 'JSyeara aud Barah Roggs, ated S3 years, both of Dougla county were today commit ted to the asylum, Wait For Tub WAtw.v.-Save suds, profcidlj, firewood, soan bills, oookln and ban! work by sending your wash- tug to tne Baieiu steam lauudry. Rrkfjt bacon lu tbe pan, Fresh egg for the Inner man, Choice fruit by the too or oaa, Van Eatou U the man, THK grocer of Balem. Dr. CVwtrU 1U teeth witbtMit pals. Prof. S. A. Starr Is In the city. J. M. Keene is at Coos bay on a short trip. Dr. Byrd went to Turner this morn ing. Fred V. Cooper is in the city from Bau Francisco. Attorney Seth R. Hammer put In Sunday at Eugene. W. H. Savage went to Ashland to day on world's fair business. T.J, Black, Oregon's next revenue collector, Is In tbe city. Dairy mple's & Co's Btoreis being fres coed and decorated. Tho now batik block front Is receiv ing a fresh coat of paint. State Printer, F. C. Baker, is home rrom his vacation trip In Mexico. If you want a new spring suit call In and see Hart's new goods, 2t Attorney Seth R. Hammer returned today from a short visit at Eugene. P. H. Raytuoud, tho seed man, Is In Portland. Tho Pacific Medical Record company with headquarters at Portlaud today filed articles of Incorporation. Puro French Ice cream soda today aud every day, at Joues A Bernardi's. Tho Portland Seed Co., A. H. Hard Ing, manager, send out a valuable cata log. It contains much valuable Infor matlou and beekeepers list or sup. piles. Misses Anna aud Amelia Metschan left this afternoon for two weeks visit In Portlaud. Thk Jouunal'8 column report of tho State Sportsmen's convention has oeeu oopiiHi into nearly every promi nent dally and weekly In tho state. The city nnsonera vor ndil.wi bherltl Knight's ramlly In safe beeping at the county J this morning. C. K. Wilkinson, of Kupnnn. lia received the appointment of clerk of the executive committee of the Oregon world's fair commission, at a salary of 100 per month. Auother Democrat got a clerkship at (100 a month. The Democrats are In It. F. T. Hart, tbe tailor, has Just re ceived a large Invoice of spring goods. 2t Blmmons Liver Regulator mirui.. cures headache, ludlgestiou aud all dls- umcni w ma nver. IMPOSSIBILITY OP TRICHINOSIS. What Physicians Say About Stock Inspector's Report. the Several prominent Salem physicians -vere seen this morning, by a Journal writer relative to Stock Inspector Blmeral's report of tri china In hogs of this county. They generally disbelieve the existence or the dread parasite in this county, and the state for that matter. Tbey say there has never been a case. Tbey all agree that without a micros cope It would be Impossible to detect the presence of trichina. Tue Jour nal has written to the stock Inspector, who Is quite an Intelligent man, to as certain how ho came to discover the presence of trichina in Marion county hogs. It may be that farmers have re ported to him a state of facts that did not exist, but the matter Is so terious that it should be sifted to the bottom and established or refuted, for the sake of the stock Interests, and still more for the protection of the people who consume pork. SUPREME COURT. Balem, March Hth, 1893. State of Oregon, respondent, vs. C. P. Byam, appellant; appeal from Mult nomah county; argued and submitted. Attorney-General Geo. E. Chamberlain and J. II. Hall attorneys for respond ent, N. S. Simon atty. for appellant. State of Oregon, respondent, vs. R. II. Dunn, appellant; argued and sub mitted. Attorney-General Geo. E. Chamberlain and J. H. Hall attorneys for respondent, N. S. Simon attorney for appellant. Of Course You Read The testimonials frequently published in this paper relating to Hood.o Sarsa parllla. They are from reliable people state simple facts, 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. m Albany Demecrat: Hon. Lark BII yeu, of Eugene, last Thursday de fended a man named Bucknum for stealing a watch, and In course of a flight of oratory told the jury it was no crime anyway to steal a watch. The man was cleared. The same night, as was reported In yesterday's Democrat, his House was burulanzed aud a valu able gold watch was among the things stolen. Of course Lark cannot kick. Best lines of ladies foot wear at the Columbia Shoe Store 118 State street. Dr. Coutrls fills teeth without pain. Don't sutler from dvspepsia. Take Simmons Liver Regulator. It always cures. Now Ts the Time To buy your school and street hats, of D. L. Fiester. Try the Columbia Stato street. Shoe Store, 118 Pointed noses generally belong to med dlesome people. A double chin is invariably a sign of a lover of the table. Large eyes in a small faco always be token maliciousness. Narrow, thin nostrils indicate small lungs and low vitality. Blue eyes belong to people of an en thusiastic turn of mind. A retreating chin is always bad; it shows lack of resolution. Power of language is indicated by fullness beneath tbe eyes. Slow moving eyes are always found in the heads of persons of prudence and ability. Small black eyes under strong eye brows always indicate cunning and pen etratiou. r Ahead flat on tbe top indicates lacs of reverence and deficiency of moral qualities. An irregular, knotty forehead is a sure sign of a bold, original and investifrat Ing mind. Largo, clear blue eyes generally denote persons of great capacity, but sensitive, suspicious and often unreasonably jeal- Eyes which, when viewed from the side, seem almost parallel with the nose Savon me"tal aDd PUyslcal r: The typical religious enthusiast has 3Z t!!' It"1 behead, ,- :"'"- ilultu nosJ and re- in.rir rmnn ni w; , "'" rL 13P eyes, ... -.wiTOf anu sparkle In ex citement, indicate uood tnit !., Si rft !." WtabUity.-St r- r...,, ., . . -v tiuuviai, .. v.oums una teeth without pain the best school shoes In tlm .,!..,. Vlnu and V.nom. II... vi i i -. swiivcfc I TnA flifflTAvu. . ;-- -oe Store, 1,8 State I 7isery TSSSl Dr. Contris tills teeth without pain TUTT'S PILLS cure chills and r " .( HOTEL ARRIVALS. WILLAMETTE. E. W. Early, Virginia. Geo. R. Edgely, Cincinnati. M. E. Blakely, G. D. Gardner, New York. E, R. Adams, W. H. Raymond Portland. J. D, Hamilton, Chicago. PallNon, Not, Holman, Dillas. W. G. Franklin, 8. F. i Better and Better. "Uen7,lnu Sranr. better than gold, Iiia Uc-iltliy body, a lulndnt mVa And .impie pleusurei'thal'n'lway.Tl-e." , 'It't"'I keep a healthy body, use Dr. Pierce's Golden Discovery, a re me! ! tt? ?!!M ''""''l.r cure all diseases ... .. .... u, imigsauti chest, but keen the body In a thoroughly healthy mo'. ditlou. It eradicates all liunurilles from the blood, and overcomes Tud tton and dvsnenx n. ninni, Li".'?8 and eruptions disappear, under liVuee and your mind cau be "at u"'T your health. " '" ft Toiigb C(Jsfom?r Pranced into our store withaswellthat he could find nothing in town to suit him, but he only f glanced at one of our HOME . MADE SUITS and made a selection at once. M00iEl Pih STOR I j ' oo -S ' L n VcCrWi' I Wyr I ' ; NOTES. NOTES Notes aro a part of every song, and this -vug ib auuui uwicouuun uukb-uuu uu o kave them. Pointers that will interest you LEATHER GOODS. For orlces notice our dlnnluv windows The prices on thefe goods hae been great ly reduced in order to make room for the large shipment of various lines we exnect j uirive iu lew days. Patton Bros., Booksellers and Stationers, 08 BTATK BritKKT. PHYSIOGNOMY. NEW ADVEKTISESIKNTS. piOHSALE Aholferoneyearold. X oi i ! Green's Express. Knnulrt 3-1 Mw BARGAIN FOR ROMEONE. For sale at a meat reduction and ou eauv terms A Dew standard Make Piano; must be sold at ence: owner going East, 11. N. Nilneu, oppo site At. E. Church, huuth balem. 8-M-Oi FOUND-Akey with leather tag No. 21. Call at Jouknai. otilce. ATTENTION. Cash money paid for rags, b Ules,old Iron and all kinds of metals, u to hides, at old Court Uoue, Bulem. 1-26-ly 1. TOLPOLAR. FOR SALE Very cheap, good and barn. Asylum ave. J quire ai ii reenters store. Dew house Junction. In- v.2J-d-lm GO to the Willamette Stables for your i.lv. ery Rigs, Expiebs, Uagguge, 'trucks und Duys. Cur. oi Liberty anil reny. 2-SUt-w RYAN fc CO., Prop. FOR BALE.-A Hne short horn bull 1 vear ola. Also a fiw flue Plymouth llock UJokerels nnd Light Brail mas. fcee UVAN. TjlUR SAL CUEAP.-A good, nearly new, jl upngui piano, uuuaidai nenieueiaBl. corner 12tn street. i-liivr HOWARD, The House Mover. 451 Main Street. Has the best facilities lor moving and rais ing houses. Leave orders al uruy Bros., or address Salem, Oregon. "Whiter than suow!' Everybody says so, And jxple ought to know, The only nlaco to get It bo Is at the Salem Steam Laundry. To think "nothliu. .ii .. ,. , 8i,mntnninMi-i.wi rL -.ui Liver IWulHt,;; ' ' iB8e bita and both of orgMfa oririn w U produced in iH5? but a "nom is'llll tho rsnU , .ii -"""' "auu. DRPRICE'S jsGtsa virua Is duced the dlseiwwhM ,8intr- marked local eff4 vi'r,,. W hM Beneral dlstnrbance nfv . CaUse8 Louis Globe-Deu, " h -St. Scliool District Election Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that nt a school meeting ot school DMriu No. 24, of Ma rion county, Oiegon, to be heid ut the Opera House. In the city ot falem.ln said dlstrlct.on tbursduy. March 30. imi.i thprnwin h ,ni,ni. ted to such of the quaiifled voters of said school district as in the jeur IhkI preceding the day of mee ing shall have paid a tux upon properly assessed to them in said district the question of contracting n bonded debtoi fl5,0U) or tne rurpose of purchasing a site aud erect ing and lurnihing an eight room school build ing at some point lu said dUtrlct OHSt oflBih street and between the Turner road and asy lum avenue, the vote to be by ballot upon which shall be the words "Bonds Yes," nnd the words "Bouds No." Polls to be open at I o clock p. m., and remain open until 4 o'clock mf f ?r.dK,r .lhe board of directors of School ,V Vci r(. 21, of Marion county, Oregon. Dated this 8th day ot .March. A. D. 1SU3. WYLIK A. MOOKES, District Clerk. 9-td School District Election Notice. NfiPJ?.Lshe.r,'b7 E'ven that nt a school I meeting ol school District No. 21. of Ma rion county. Oregon, to bo held at tlie opera ho.,,e in the City of Salem In said district on to 0J?,rKlfA,ErU 'S68-,htre wlu be submitted dUt?i ?I nlual,ne.1 volers f said school Sfi.i i 8lntuejearlagt preceding the day M.Mdft,AaU h.ave Wd v H)n property S?!f d lothem in said district the question iirtnltFtlnE.fBt!i"lle, debt of Firieeu Thou. tSt an FaM lJ15ll,00j for tte PurP8e "' wct. nelanh 5i.i o00"1 tcnot building on or SnblSJhLA1;6 P.rent school buildings whfrif r i LM? ,h0 voe to be by bauot upon wu'ru shall b the words "Bonds Ye " and o'Uockn m'S8 lNo:' l8 tobeopen"?! ociock p. mand remain open until 4 o"clock DWridNo0L,hner0dof l)"ectors or Ectool Dated thik R,'h0frt ' lr,0,u.rounty, reBon. uaiea this 8ih d4 or March, A. V. 18!U. S.9.lrt WYLIE A MUORH8. ta District t lerk. Salem Soap AND CHEMICAL W0IIKS. JOS. KTJERTON, My 'v. -All Kinds of Soap. LAUNDRY AND TOILET. Highest Price paid for TALLOW and LARD. TRY OUR PEST EMULSION SOAP For Bpraying, Warranted to Kill All Insect Life. SO Cts, Per Gallon. uH5ar salem Woolen Mills. SPRING CLOTHING. Ch w??!,!1!0; AND $,5.00 SUITS. Children's S.nll T m" "'" '"" m ITtTT-r "Wlgos, aud a fine Hue nf operauousetorIeSROTHERS & co Sh, . OREGON.