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lac 1'f r- SUMMER DRESS GOODS. We ftf oW tirApftfsd to allow Ilia n-wieafc, largest mid Ufct line of Summer Drew Ooodn, 1'HEJ BE5ST LXN OB ' BilQOAMD SATIiJEN, PLAIN BliAOK SATEEN, PLAIN BLAOJt OHALL1E, tflGUHED and PLAIN BATISTS, : FiaUllED and PLAIN INDIA MUSLIN; FBENOtI OHALLIES, FRENCH OHKPJfl, BATIBOIAN CORD, SATIN PONGEE, SATIN RAYE, ftrTWO GIFT3, Eft-writ LudfW Bllw ware given away September lot. Our Shoo tock is still going at .cost, good quality. FRENCH SATEEN, PONGEE SILK, CORDED TAFETTA, SATIN GLACE, SATIN GLORIA. Gold Watch and Beautiful set of All now goods and DRY GOODS AND SHOE .COMPANY THE PALACE 307 Commercial Street. m IJH - Yen ar going to ,'bulld or make any Hud of lmprovtrasnt, Milt on lbs unders'fuea lor material. We have a complote stock, and are nt&y to supply auy prepared contract, sewer work, gradlBfr, etc. Salem Improvement Co. No Evidknck. lleprcsentaMvo U ton ia well known ui Salem. He i not ft perfect character by any means. He baa bla faults as others have. But that la not a good reason why he should be charged with buying been druuk during the entire aeaslon of the legisla ture as waa done In a Salem paper lust week. But there Is some explanation of the attack cooling whence It does. During the session a Woodburn editor had Introduced a county printing bill which Upton ridiculed out of existence. He was able to miihe It appear so rldlcu Jous, that even the man who Intro duced It excused himself from voting for it. It got no votes, Upton threshed It so. Hence Jie Is now advertised as drank. The legislature never discov ered that he was drunk. It would not be possible to prove that Mr. Upton was druuk all the timo as stated on the evidence submitted. There Ih no evi dence except the distorted statements of the .editor who has a grievance against Upton. Off to Yaquina. Councilman E. 0, Croat, Geo. B. Gray and A. Klein, aeooBopauled by Street Commissioner Culver went over to Yaquina today as committee to Inspect the Pioneer atone, Thedlgulflcd body took their fishing rods with them, but as tlioy pay their own expenses, the city cau not call time on them. PEK80WAL AND LOOAL. Four Lkocikd Chick. Jack Robert Ron, of South Balem this mornlui; brought Into the JouhnaloMco a fully developed chick with four legs. Two grew out In place of tho wings, and all were pet feotly formed. It cumooutof the shell alive, but waa ucoldoutly killed. Bui'KKMK CouiiT. Will Ikj In session Thursday. Aa soon as Micho cases nrv dlaposed of the court wljl go to Pendle ton and render decisions In thocaseb beard at the late term. Juno Oth Is the day aet for exanilulug applicants for adulation to the bar. , Ha Busy Day. Saturday was a busy day at the old reliable family grocery house of J, A. Van Eaton. Hero tin people find everything they want and at price that are popular. Vmciktaiii.hb, Clark & Eppley lmve arragflmenU for the choicest vegetables la the Balem market. All-Abound Best. The now Capi tal City restaurant kept by V. A. Har nett, new Adolph block la all around the best lu town. That'" what the boys say. dw IIawka& Leyar, wall paper, 07 State. Good new house to rent, elx blocks from post oftlce. Also a furnished heme to rent Inquire of Geo, M. Heeler. S-SO-tf Hawks & liovar, paper hangers, 07 KELLER & SONS' CORNER, We have captured an Indian chief M4 have him cosily quartered In au iMMftit hut Ih eoruer display windows. OesM dewH and see him this evening. The biggest value In bedsteada cau be a at w ptaee of buaiueaa f 4.00 buys M Unit ia well wade etuooth flulu, la antique and eolW aah. The ault we dUpkyed Saturday In eamar wtadow fount hmhv admirers aad the nrlee ma4e It a good seller. rt We have dowma of them, all prleea and atylea. Cotue to us aud ytHt will get jttei what you waut. Wear making a epeeUl drive In aKtvte pelea thla week. All kind to Meet fre. The pluh pah are Hew j !8eWmaud are heautke, prteefl.00 HaBm eMaVTVJ WJllpff UfW VtH (WfH MM td. We tell a fringed had, seven fvai lea, for 7i evt. How Wee that (WP aP WeeW rna)f Co. Surveyor Herrlck la atGervala lo eating a road. Rev. I. B. Fisher went to Corvallls this morning. Thomaa Kay waa a passenger for Al ba uy this morning. C. A. Seblbrede was in the city from Roaeburg, over Sunday. Sheriff John Knight went up to Gates, on the O. P. railroad, thla morn log. David JSast, aged 42 years, was yes- torday committed to the asylum. A marrlago license has beon Issued to Sylvia M. Simpson and Frqnk Fer-rell. Bcott Taylor and Bqulro Poujade, of Gorvaia, were in the city today. Judge and Mrs. R. P. Boise, J. B, Stump and I. M. Wagner started today for The Dalles, to attend tho meeting of tho stato grange. Hon. J. P. Litchfield, of tho Indian service, Is home, and expects vorysoon to bo relieved by his successor. Rov. F. H. G jvynno came homo to day from Crawfordsvllle, and wilt re main several days. Attoruoy Fitzgerald, of Portland. lato secretary of the Salem Republican club, was lu tho city over Sunday. Lnfo Conn, late Booretary of the Young Men's Republican club, has not yet returned to tho city. MlasMlna Sraltb,of Portland, was the guest of Mies Alice Steiner, manager of the Telephone Exchange. ' Mrs. Wm. Harris, of High street, was a passenger north this morning. MIa Barker, of Harrison Instltuto was a guest of Mrs. Smith of Marlon street over Sunday. Rev. Wm. Lund la at Gervals today to conduct tho funeral nf Mr. Eveudon, Br., who died the other day. Mrs, J. B. Labor of Portland was the guest of Miss Plnkham, tho modiste, over Sunday. Tho strawberry crop Is going to bo Im mense, The beautiful Sunday weather crowd, ed theoleclrlocar lines with passengers for the suburbs. A, M. Davison, brother of the (lab market man, who came to Salem a year ago in poor health, doparted to day for a summer East completely restored. Thomas E. Caulleld'a management of the old fuvorlto cigar store and billiard ball la meeting with great sucoesn. He keeps the best brauds of smokes and has a iient and attractive place to spend an hour. It la destined to bo the beet In tho city. F. B.Doarbom has just opened a now lot of Blank books, special ruled, Debit aud Credits, cash books, mlulaturo sots for oftloo work. 203 Commercial Btreet. Tho engagement of Miss Jessie Northup aud Mr. Frank Waters Is an nounced, Weddlngto take place on June 14th. Miss Minnie Hubbard, a niece of the county judge, 'waa married to Gilbert Mosor Saturday at the residency ol Wm.C. Hubbard, his houor officiating, A Ban Francisco advertiser sends the following to the Journal lu tho morn ing mails "Insert enoloeed ad, three month. Charge us f 105." They have confidence lu Oregon. A. E. Parker returned from the Tilla mook country Saturday, aud reports eight feet of buow on the .North Yam hill road, The people over there do not expect It to be open before July. Don't forget tho great 20 days' shoe aale at the Columbia shoo store, 113 state atreat. Hawks A Levar, wall paper, 07 State, KEEP IT CLEM, lhl k What the People He mhhiI ef (kft OeMHcil IN CONSTRUCTING TIIK NEW CITY HALL A Serious Mistake In Advertising for Tenders of Bids. The people of Balem want a city ball. The city needs ono. Public senti ment Is well nlgh unanimous In Its favor. But the action of the city au thorities, Including architect, superin tendent, Inspector, building committee and council must be clean and free from suspicion of obbery and favoritism In awarding contracts or the choice of ma terial. A good timo to draw this line Is at Its Inception. Ttie committee composed of Hunt. Lafore, Klein and Gray advertlsofor city hall bids to be submitted to the committee on Juno Oth, at 1 p. m., os tensibly to be opened then and there by the committee. At the last meeting of the council Albert moved to have the bids received by the council at Its reg ular meeilng June 20. Adopted. Alderman Albert's motion provided that the bids be submitted to the coun cil and hence opened by the council, and before the open council In public cession. That would give the publlo some protection against Juggling the bids. i Tho council Is tho only proper body to receive or open the bids, and the ad vertisement should have been made clear on this point. The committee is the creature of the couucll aud assum ing tbo right to have the bids submit ted to the committee instead of tho council Is clearly a mistake, and not according to Its own records. There must bo o clear record kept or thero will bo no city hall built. The reason for fixing tho timo for submitting as late as Juno 20th is very plain. It was done to give the committee, ap pointed to examine and test stone, time to report on the quality of the material. They were appointed to subject the stone to oruelcal tests under direction of a thorough engineer who Is to accom pany the committee. On Its lace, al though wo may be mistaken, It appears to be a trick to knock out the atone builders. Changing' the time for sub mitting the bids from June 20th to June Oth shortens tho time two weeks, to say nothing of giving thd committee two weeks in whloh to fix up the bids, If It can bo assumed that so flagrant a proceeding could ever occur In connec tion with a city hall. The council is composed largely of business men, some of them dealers In materials to bo used In construction of the same. Receiv ing no pay for their services, It would bo uufalr to rulo them out on this ac count. But tho council should use more than ordinary diligence to pro tect themselves from any Imputation of giving or taking any advantage along thla Hue. A motion at the session to Investigate tho Pioneer stone waa tabled. The couucll does not eeem to want to Inves tigate the best material. There Is ndt a mat) in that council who would go about such a building for himself as they are going about this city hall. Then why do they go about It thla way ? The publlo would like to know. It la not to protect the tax-payer. They would not couduct their private business that way. Who are they looking out for? Uulesa thla nilstako at the start is corrected the whole enterprise cannot escape the suspicion of iutentlonal rot teuneaa and will defeat tho possibility of erectlug a city building this year. OMtfKOHMEK AT LAW. JBlskop Dabs Enjoined From Acting Ih the Oapaclty of Bishop, Tlio Interneclno strife of the Oregon conferehee of the Evangelical Associa tion of North America has at length got Into the courts, In the shape of a tem porary Injunction, sworn out Saturday before Judge Stearns of Portlaud by N. Bhupp, LB. Fisher, H.J. Blttner, presiding elders, and L. B. Fisher, N, Bhupp and I. B. Fisher, aatrustees of the conference, against R. Dubff, 0, 0. Poling, J. Bowersox, C. D. Blagel, H. L. Pratt and F, L, Weaver. Tbo com plaiutls very voluminous. It recites, after laying tbe foundation In setting out the existence and modus operandi of the denomination at its Oregon con ference, that Bishop Dubs has been duly tried and deposed, but with bis adherent, and other defendants, resists tbe act of the conference and continues to perform tbo functions of tbe bishop ric, dedicating and using tbo assoclu lion's churches, etc. "Wherefore," the document con cludes, "plaintiffs pray for an Injunc tion against said Dubs, and each and all of Bald defendants, enjoining tbem from dedicating any building In the name of tbe Evangelical Association of North America, or In accordance with tbe discipline, rules or regulations of Bald association, and from raising or collecting any money in tbe name of, or under tbe rules or regulations of said association, to pay for said buildings, or for tbe auppor of any ministers, or for any other parpose; and plaintiffs fur ther pray that said defendants, and each of tbem, may be enjoined and re strained from any acting or doings lu tbe name of or under the authority of said evangelical association, or from uslnginany way or manner its forms or rules orjegulatlons, or any of tbem, at any of their meetings, and from using or occupying any buildlugs belonging to said association; and that they, and each of them,bo enjoined and restrained from occupying or using any of the church buildings or parsonages or any raoueys or property belonging to said association; and that they and each of tbem be enjoined and restrained from interfering in any way with the officers and pastors of tbe regular and lawful confernee of said association In tbo state of Oregon, and from hold ing any meetings or conducting any re ligious services In the name or by the pretended authority of said associa tion; and also for a judgment for their costs and disbursements in this suit." Bishop Dubs is In Oregon aud will be In Balem Thursday, of this week. As a speaker and writer he has few equals in the country in English or German. iia-rt t.fit ! PusuiNa Work. Superintendent Rowland had all arrangements com pleted to begin plowing on the asylum farm this morning with twenty-live teams, in addition to eight- teams be longing to tbo state. Late spring rains have delayed completion of putting in crops and spring plowing. o . For the Children. A 10-inch " Kalledescope " something very amusing. Only 10 centa. At Dear born's book store. Trusts and Ooablaationa Are unpopular. But there ia one form of trust against which no one baa any thing to Buy. That Is tbe trust which the public reposes In Hood's Sarsaparll- la, ana ine nest or lite me trust is luilv justified by tbe merit of tbe medicine. For, remember, HOOD'S Barsaparilla Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, and do not purge, pain or gripe. Bold by all drugglBts. Favorite 8kcdrrd. Clark &. Ep pley, the live Court street grocers, have secured the exclusive sale of the famous "Favorite" brand of flour. It la recog nized as the best in the market. Hawks & Levar. Btate. paper bangers, 07 Silver Mural Contt. Tonight occurs the second silver medal contest at the South Salem church, Tbe fol lowing named speakers will take part: Hattle Bbrlver, Lilian Lewis, Clara Waruer, Carrie Hurst, Fraukle Godfrey, Llule Bwartz, Irk Hauna, Ina Nich ols, Chas. Leuuou and Clyde Muwd. Strawberries the freshet, the beat, aud at the lowest price Clark & Kp- Phohats. Petition for tppelatmeut of Jueeph B. Karly a tuardtaa for In A. Watte, bond MM tTt; al tewd, , . . W.D.MG appelated guar taka 9t Wm. m4 Myrtie OUate, Incori'ohations, The Beu O. Ir wlu oompauy, of Portlaud, has In creased Ita stock from 10,000 to f 15,000. More Lodge No. 113, I. O. O. F., has tiled artlelee. The construction com- pauyof the center bearing elevated railway system, baa Incorporated, with a capital stock of 11,100,000, Civil Bkrvick. Followlm? la a iktt of those eligible to appolutateata la the mall aervlce, according to geueral aver ageaatadeoa examination before tbe Saba hoard of examiners, Mareh IB: Thee. MueUbaupt, Frank BwUweed, Chaa, Crave? Jaa. AJHaea, Ajrthat WlaUUa, X. Beeiy. REAL ESTATE T&AX8FEJL8. Nettle Benson and husband to Ellsa Benson; 1 3 aud 4 b 10 North Salem, 1000. S.J. Perry to L. R. Cutsbaw 1 20 Waller add Balem, $300. 366 Summer Stmt Market. Beef cuts 6 to 12 centa. All kinds of freeb aaeat aa low aa any In tbe city. Free delivery. 6-15-1 w Millkh ft Gkrich. Said the Owl to himself, "If tho moon I conlu get, whenever I'm dry ; my throat I could i .ll irt.n.uMiJan WUl, xueuiuuu ." HP! gifc( M ga'0e ml 'i 4 ntinrter with armor- tcr 1 hear; you can purchase five gal lons of Hires' Root Beer." A Dellcloui. Temper incti Thlrit-quenchlns, llr.lih.OlvInz Drink. Qood lor any timo ol year. A aje. peVj nutti j gallooi. gtt Hints'. Beiurtand IIMMHMIIIIIMIinillllP'P' AIN'T I A BIRD? With my new spring suit, just from the m ffjdta H Store FfiOM WILLABD. Mr. Jeff Porter, of Salem, was out at bis father's Friday. He planted about two acres to honey locust seed. The plants when started are to be used by the Hedge Co. Tbe road from Wlllard is somewhat Improved, but tbe continual rain pre vents the road from packing. The bridge over Pudding river is still in a very bad condition. If the bridge should full with someone, which is not improbable, it will cost the county far more than a new bridge. Ripe strawberries have been found here, and a few days of sunshine will make- them ripen everywhere. Miss Musa Geer came out home Fri day. Tho youug people enjoyed a hop at Mr. Anderson's Friday evening. The people nf Wlllard have talked of building a church but as yet they have done nothing but talk. It seems that a church would be of great value, there being none nearer than live miles. Tbe Sunday school and Christian Endeavor have to be held iu the school house. Considerable ilslvng is done here, but there seems to be at least one fidb for every angler. Some catch two. The school is dolug good work with D. J. Steiner as instructor. At Liberty Hchool they never seem too thick to thrive for there are over fifty students with school room for about thirty From this and other facts it is very plain that Liberty school is sadly in need of a new building. L. C. Pooler Is planting about ten acres of corn which he intends to cast before tbe swine. The supreme courts recent decision upon the Ueary law will not effect Wlllard to any extent whatsoever. The frequent showers have delayed the rond, work, which has been prog resslug nicely, but it will probably t.e better for the newly worked road thun fair weather. The mining interest of this section is at a lull at present as the coal mine is silently holding its bidden treasure, but It is expected that some work will be done on it this summer. The prospect for a very large oat and cheat crop is splendid. The bounty on the squirrel allowed uy mo counry court win oe or some benefit to tbe farmers as it is no small amount of grain that they destroy every year and tbe bounty will furnish many a little boy with pin money as well as save the farmer many bushels of grain. There was a spelling school at tbe school bouse Wednesday evening but the rain interfered to some extent. Check the First Approach Of rheumatUm, and further attacks may be escaped, if proper precautions against expos ure are taken and there be no hereditary pre- disposition, importunately, people who ulU mateiy become chronlo utr rers, too orten neglect tbe trifling twinges and premonitory stiffness which hentld the advent of thla ago nising maiaay. Among tbe diseases for which uostettei'a Htomach Bitters has been found efflcaclons this Is one. and the medicine belDe periectly safe. It Is certainly to be preferred to umuunu iu! n. cure, wuicn are jrequenm useless, and nothing more cir less tbau poinon OUS. Tbe Substitution nf th m.m.Vl.M pure blood depur-nt tor medicines Inimical io llfi in a slight overdose, is a measure which may niiy oe urgea upon persons who deslrr biobUIn relief aarely. or who have failed to obtain It from the numerous pseudo remedies for this disease in the market; """w'e" Hawks & Levar, paper hangers, 07 State. "" r Geo. W. Johnson & Son Imvn mat with great success in placing their 'Happy Home" clothing this sprlug. It gives more genuine satisfaction than any otbr line of goods on tbe market. The low prices are a great surprise to all buyers. Hawks A Levar, Sute. paper bangers, 07 should use TUTTS Hawks & Leyar, wall paper, 07 State. GET ONE OF THEIR AIIWool Home Made . Suits. SALEM, OREGON, STAGE GLINT8. All dlspeptica PILL8. Fanny Rice will sail for Europe May 20 to be gone two months. Elizabeth Marbnry is talcing a needed rest among the bills' of New England. Nina Berti-Humphreya has been en gaged as prima donna of tho O'Neill Opera company at Charleston. Courtenay Thorpo, now with tho Cogh Ions, proposes to tako a company of his own upon tho road next season. Criptie Palmonl will star In "Annt Barah," a comedy written by his broth er, John W. Palmonl, next season. "Alabama" is to bo taken on the road next season by Clement Bainbridge with several members of the original company in tho cast James F. Hooy, Yolande Wallace, Mark Smith and tho Clipper quartet have signed with Rice's "1492" company for its New York run. Mary Anderson-Navarro has spent the Winter in tho south of Prance and ex pecu to go to Switzerland this summer. She is at work leisurely upon her stage reminiscences. Albert Ellery Berg has completed a war drama called "North and South," Which presents historical happening, along with the love affairs of a northern officer and a so&hern belle. Helen Kinnaird has resigned from John Stetson's forces and sailed for England April 29. She will remain abroad until tho opening of the fall season, when she joins Daniel Frohman's company, having been engaged to play the Duchess in "Americans Abroad," and the part of the Guardsman, created by Caroline Hill, hi the London production of that play. There is Hope We Are Opening UL A New Line of J Bee the Latest in E STT ELOPES. VISITING CARDS ALL 8IZE8 Patton Bros., Booksellers and Stationers 08 BTATE BTREET. MOT ADVERTISEMENTS. GEO. D. GOODIICE, THE Wm WOOD DEALER Is now devotintr hit entire time totnebuil. ness. Every farmer having wood to sell sbouldeeo him. Every consumer of wood in For every one who hasblood trouble, no matter T?iM m hAm to !?intbflruupplI in what shane or how lone standing nmviH f,??n,d Bee hlm- Office with O. W. Johnion none of the vital organs have been so far lm-l ' n goes to the root of the disease, and removes the' ui "y expeiiing me poison rromtne body, and at the same time is a tonic to the whole system.! "u"w,v' " ju twcuiiij uci mere is nop for you Cured me of tmMtmillrni.itP.tTM r9 Altftil a Pmljfl tekt:..i . ..' w. vssiumu uiuim fciuuuiesior -257 Commercial Street. Low Prices for Summer Trade, tttypsj' r OBT. A pair of sow bow spectacles, rodio- WHIM, I J Wllf.rA.tn I'nmmAmlnl A n.wnM4 IT I II i ST I K-.l ....A ..!... r.v.l "..-" n,."----"-"".w. cucci. n ii.u. without p(t.; w. .il?i . !Jruci "meoaes wi do given lor recovery. Leave ntJouhNAt Sl:?S.i5ecti.Mjr 'e0' Increased, and my office. f.lTJt health improved in every way. I consider S. B. 8. -uwi, wwu x ever UBCU. j2 . . "8.A.WEianr.MidwaT.ria" ... "M .,on. Pl001 skinand contagious Wood JPOlson mailed free. 8W1TT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta. Ga. Deutscher Advocat. P0ST0FF1CE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR Admitted to practice In all the courts. Bpeclal attention elven to German .n.v PRICE'S s if a h aulBakine i.urp owder The Mly pf Cw Tr ISHnkr.Xa Aswwmk; Ne Ahm. Vml k MilttMH ef HiMii 40 Yt tfa Stekri Money to Loan. PSrtjbrS?a n ,Mproved dty or LOMBARD INVE8TMEJST CO For terms, etc., apply to Attorney at iaw, over W. Sl Or. ElectricTights On Veter System. TO CONSUMERS : Smt Xn,eUgaV&& .CP" at Light plant with the n?tP?thelr Eitn nd are now able tn JSr.. .Pod,rn apparatus light than any V?,e0me.t,pubIln St than any city on the a M m l0er Arc and Incandescent Light- ing. Electric Motors lor all purposes where power Is re-quired. MRdellrMD. Wf torai ma,Mln -i wmo Meter, Ofllce Iterea .179 Commercial St, OUKNidUKD ItUOMH. A. tevr delrable jl- ivooms, witn or without board, near busi ness centre. Call at 832 Water street. 1VM1 CH)H BALK A very nlcelr located lot, with V house, on Mill street south of Willametl unlveilty. For termB and particulars, plfass inquire at this offlce. 4.18ri.lni 31UI8 PAPER is kept on file at K. C. Dane's . Advertising Agency, 61 and 65 Merchants xchange,8an Franclsio, California, where contrao-s for advertising can be made for it. ATTENTION.-Oash money paid for run, bottles, old iron and all kinds of meuili, ?,n.,de. Bt old Court House, ftalem. l-W-ly l.TOLPOLAR. CHKIrtTlAN tClENCK-Llterature of all klndsonsaleat 826 Liberty street. 4-6-ly SMITH BROS., CONTRACTORS fc PLASTERERS. iKI5?Jreoriler8t(-'ottle-rkhur8tblock,room 15, Balem, Oregon. IIP. M. CARS. 1 1 p. ni. Cars leave Hotel and Postoffice daily lor Asylum, Penitentiary and Cemetery oh Capital City Railway. Car leaves 5 a. m , connect ing with Overland train, and cars leave Hwtel every 2 minutes from :? . m. to 11 P. ni. for all points eu the lines excepting Cemetery CarTaken off to meet Passenger Trains. CLOTHING SALE. I Wrrv , p A ssss s) THIS WEEK WP lara,., ?urmS;?B.5Hbwaktiai. . . ano BOX'i KSDDGTTnwsi r,w -r "WW A1TD rm. OP At 1IWI,1 !,. r ,uw pncea fof tbu WILLIS OPERA HOUSE CORNPn & CO. x..u-0.0w, - - - 9.. I " OtllV. fell .Ul . -cjbts & '" sew aiaiar vussjisj sura svus AJfi&kaMMS JsJwftu i. j, li. lAlk Sfc!SjtlSaQsifct.