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The. Question is Often Asked Why the
Tb? -Nfli). York Racket
Has such a lively trade, while it appears dull in many places?
That quostion is oaaily nnsworecl, thoy tjuy ihoir shoos frotn one of tho most reliable cosh
shoo faclonos in St. Louis, raying cash for thorn, thereby getting thoir stock at the lowest
price. Then selling or cash, they hayo no allowance to make for bad accounts, That ex
plains why thoy sell shoos chtmp. In othor linos, such as Hats, White Shirts, Black Sateen,
and li,'ht Dress Shirts, Pants, Overalls, Underwear of all kinds for ladies, and gents Hosiery,
Laces, Embroidories, I aco Curtains, 'Kibbons, Gloves, Mitts, Table Linon, Linen Tablecloths,
Napkins, Crash, Hammocks, Brushes and notions of all kinds which aro all bought for cash
in Now York, and following that lind, (cash) from factory to consumer, they can afford to sell
at low prices. They ask an examination of their stock and prices.
E. T. BARNES, State Ins. Block.
Keepi
ing Pace With
Have your business accounts kepi
The Froy Patent
Books tbat ore worthy of tho patronage and praise of the Government Of
ficials of the State of Oregon, and the greater portion or the merchantlle men
of tbo State, are surely deserving of a trlul by everyone. ,
Manufactured In Oregon ONLY by Tho Meston-Dygert Book Mfg. Co.,
Proprietors ot
THE CAPITAL CITY BINDERY.
Binders to the Slate of Oregon, Printers and Lithographers, Salem, .Oregon.
500,000 tREES !
OSWEGO - NURSERIES.
FALL 1892, SPRING, 1893.
We would call the attention of dealer) and large and small planters, to
our large and varied assortment of Fruit Trees and Small Fruits, Ornamental,
Shade, Nut and Evergreen trees. Our trees are clean, smooth, and first-class In
every respect. Send for catalogue and price list Address,
Walling & Jarisch,
jjS"Mention this paper. Oswego, Oregon.
II. W. COTTLE & CO.,
.General Insurance Agency. r
, Representing the following; well-known a,nd rellabls Cempanies:
BrATE INSURANCE CO., JRlaA Insurance Co.,
Traders' Insurance Co., Sun insurance Co..
National Insurance Co., Westchester Fire Ins. Co.,
i.t.ft bira inaiiMnnn rv Imneri&l Klre Insurance C..
.London A Lancashire Fire Ins.
Alliance Ai-turtiiice Co.,
Oldest and Loading Firm In the City
J. W. THORNBORG
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience in the trade
onnhioa no in turn nut ilrai.nlnHs work. HumDles of coverings. No trouble to
j?ive estimates. State Iusuruuce block,
CHURCHILL
AS
BURROUGHS
F. T. HART,
247COMMEROIAL STREET.
ESTABLISHED 1876. ,
WILLIAM NILES & CO.,
Los Angeles, California.
BREEDERS AM EXPORTERS OF
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CAPITAL
tjucm lMcoi'Lia'a lVUMMt."
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the Times.
in PERFECT books, sucb are
Flat Opening Books.
Soc , London Assuranoe Corporation,
norwicn union ire ina.o-c
Devoted Exclusively to Insurance.
THE TPU0LSTI2RER.
CUemektta street.
Spraying Oiitfits,
103
State Street.
HEADING MEKCHAN1
TAILOR.
INCORPORATED 1891
FINE. CATTLE, HUGS, POULTRY.
k Poland-China Pigs a Specialty.
Fancy Poultry, All Varletle.
tggt for Hatching.
Incubators.
Nlles Pacific Coast Poultry and Stock, Illustra
ted, 60 cents by mall.
I9-8END FOR CIRCULAR)."?
Cross,
Wholesale art Retail
Dealer la fresh, Salt art
SaekedMeaU t allKlaia
95 Court and
110 mute Btreeti.
Choice
Meats
JJLJJLM 1WHJ!11U.U,HL
HALMM, OtmOOVt WMDAY, JVim
RAILWAY JOTTINGS.
Tho Chinese government contemplates
a considerable extension of railroads.
Only officials of Russian nationality
are now to bo employed on the south-
.western railways of Russia.
The Now York, Ontario and Western
has decided to establish a line of grain
carrying steamers botween Duluth and
Oswego.
Tra'vol on train 20 over the Vandali
and Pennsylvania lines has increased .so
much lately that the company has de
cided to put on another day coach be
tween St. Louis and New York.
A method of lighting the stops of cars
and tho surrounding ground or platform,
to assist passengers in alighting from or
getting on board the cars, is being tried
on the Now York and New England rail
road. It bids fair to be successful.
The total exempt railroad property in
New Jersey is about $154,000,000. The
total assessed valuation of railroad prop
erty in Jersey City is $31,050,849 and is
owned by 18' companies. The railroads
do not pay city taxes, but a tax of 1 per
cont to the stale.
I AM SO HAPPY!
3
BOTTLES
OF
Relieved me of a severe Blood trouble.
It has also caused my hair to grow out
again, as it had been falling out by the
handful. After trying many physicians
in vain, I am so happy to find a cure in
S. S. S. O. H. Elbert, Galveston, Tex.
s
s
8
f I TDpeByforcuuroutMnnsof dia.
y sv - ease and the poison as well.
7-It la entirely vegetable and harmless.
Treatise on Blood and Bktn mailed free.
Bwut Brxono Co., Atlanta, Ga.
NEW AUVKKT18EMENT8.
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES.
CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS
Tie Hostler food Saw
And he doesn't barn tip half your wood, In
fuel, when be saws It. Make your contracts
with h l m nersonal lv or leave orders at Vatc La
niirnr stire. Dearborn's book store.ISS Bummer
street, or address me 1y mall. 6-14-tf
HORSE TRAINING.
Have bad 18 years experience training; fr
track or carriage. Terms reabonable. Can be
found at WesUcotl's stable, or address Palem.
6-6-1 m JAMl&t KINO.
TOUT. A black Waterapanlel pup, white
Ij feet. Had collar on. Return to Perry
Willis and be rewarded. 6 IMt
WANTKD. 2 or 8 rooms furnished for
housekeeping; near Court and High
prererred. Man and wife, no children. Ad
dress A. 11. U Care Journal 0-1131
-ODJlulness OPFOUTONITV.-Owlneto
Vr poor health tbe undersigned will trade
bU business and factory for real estate nn rea
onable terms. n . K. B KUKIl,
5-3H tl Depot Sash and Door Factory, Maiem.
r OST.Itoan horse, ten years old, shod let
Li ter"H" n lert nboulder. Weins HtO.
last seen Thursday near Oto. Itlcbrs place 14
miles eat oraaiem. ueiurnwu. i.jiiuuiuu.,
Knglewood, Salem. VB
rOK BALE.-A very nicely located lot. with
P bouse, on Hill street south ot Willamette
university
Inquire at
this office.
rur wtwm iuw ..vi....i"w
la office. 6-W-lm
HELP WANTKD.-AgenUpa dagpod com
mission, and W1 dividend among
tnemnext winter. BpnMal attractions io i be
pushed this y.ar for wolcb we want tbe ser-
""""' THKCUIITIH r-UBLlaHINO CO.,
Koora 8 ', Chronicle flblldlng, Man grandson.
rnUIBPArKKiskeptonflleat K.U. Dale's
T AdVertUlng. AgeW. M ind !. MrcbanU
Exchange. Ban Vrancls'O, California, where
contrac-a lot advertllng can be made for It.
c
nnmmiv ur.ivMr!KI.lteratnre
of aU
""w.'""' :"rrii.-.-t iji.
kinds Oflsaieaioo uuci. ""- --- .
ihidas, .told Court W'tfbu
THE PACIFIC
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BURBAO
ALBM, - - - Orgon
Prtrate work a speeUlty.
0, B. CUCMKJIT, Muur.
41, Wii iih ii I laasU1) ii !?
MwhUrfil llllllilHIl
ANOTBIR MM FALLS,
fin nt ml
Ham1re(to ti People Bfrntfgllng
in a Hunting lliilltllng,
MAO AND EVANS BOTH CArHJMfc
Doctor Held by a Drunken
Jtofldof'Indtons.
NkwYo'hk, June 10, A six story
bulldlne; on Montgomery street, filled
with sweater shops, caught flro at 8:30
tlils morning, and in the wild rush to
the streets, of tbe 260 rJeoplo working
there, three, Including two men and
one woman, were killed and several In
Jured, It is probable tbat a search will
result in' adding to the death list. The
Inmates were men, women and chit
dreD, ofall ages, all-Polish Hebrews.
All rustied to the Are escapes In front
and fought there like demons. The
lira department finally got ladders
alongside and assisted them to escape.
Sonuo were driven stark mad by the
fright, and it is expected two or more
or the injured will dle
Evans Captured.
ViBAXiA,Cal.,Juue 14. Curls Evans,
the noted outlaw, wus captured last
night at tbe house of Widow Perkins,
where bo had gone after tbe trouble
with the officers. He was wounded
and made no resistance. Ho was shot
in the right eyebrow, closing tbe eye.
Another bullet plowed across tho Bmall
of bis back, making a wound nine
inches long. He was also shot In tbe
left wrist, the ball passing upward
through (be forearm. He was not as
seriously hurt as Bontag, and will baye
a speedy recovery. Bontag rallied a
little this morning, and Is feeling much
better. Both bandits are in Jail.
Indian Trouble.
St. Paui., June 18. General Merritt
has received information of Dr. J. R.
Walker, physician and overseer at tbe
Tach lake reservation, tbat be acci
dentally shot an' Indian undtsbeMl
prisoner by Indians, In 'danger of bis
lire. A company of "United Stales
troops Is ordered In readiness to pro
ceed to tbe reservation ns quickly at
DOFslble. The situation looks serious,
as the Indians were recently paid off
and are doubtless drinking.
A HELLISH HEAT
Prevails' All Over the Mississippi
Valley.
Ottumwa, Iowa.June 18. The ther
mometer registered 95 at B o'clock this
morning, which is an unprecedented
beat for June.
St. Paul, June 13. Temperature 03
in shade at noon. Hot weather pre
vails all oyer the upper Mississippi Val
ley. In Nebraska.
Omaha. June 13. The American
National bank was closed by order of
the comptroller of currency. Runs are
now in progress on the Globe Loan and
Trust Co., Dime Savings bank and Ne
braska Savings bank. No statement of
the American bank Is yet made, but
the elearlng-houBO refused to assist It,
A run of alarming proportions began
on tbe Omaha Havings bank at it J
opening this morning, and all the
morning the bank wbb besieged by de
positors. Senator Manderson and Vice Presi
dent iKimball, of the Union Pacific,
directors of tho tmuk, made speeches
to tbe crowd guaranteeing them their
money, but the run continued.
The American Savings batik and
ntnm Hnvlnes bank torik advantage of
tbe clause, allowing sixty days' grace
on deposits.
DROPPINO HEKE AND ' THESE.
Crop of Bank Failures
Continues to
be Light.
Detroit, June 13. Fourteen Bavlngs
bauks of this city, In view of the ten
dency among depositors to withdraw
money, have Issued a circular Baying
they will hereafter require the notice
provided for according to law.
Meet la Iowa.
Diss Moinhs, June 18 rue imrty
sixth annual meeting of me wonoa
grandlodge of Good Templars con venea
here this morning with delegate from
every quarter of the globe.
frUten 741.
Clevklam), Juee 18. A receiver
basbeen appointed for tbe Wllllame
publishing company. Tbe Mrru doea
Urge business vblob will be eoBtlBHed.
i At anA lUbUltlee uuksowB.
TOTTRTKT A T
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t, 1WJH.
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MNKgll.iH M TIRE
TtaHnleM Magnate Arrive Ik
WftklMgtn.
IIH HAS EVIDENTLY SEEN OROYER.
Tkreo
Ynt Offlcfl Rapidly
posed of.
1lfl
Washington, June 18. The preel
dent today made (be following appoint"
menU, Holmes Conrad, of Virginia, to
bo assistant attorney-general. Henry
C. Grady, United Blate marshal for
district of Oregon. Daniel R. Murphy
United States attorney for district of
Oregon, Thomas J, Black, collector of
customs for district of Wlllainettee,
Oregon.
The Theatre Inquest.
Washington, June 18, By direc
tion of the commissioners for the Dis
trict of Columbia the inquest over the'
victims of tbe theatre Oleaster is con
tinued publicly In VUlard'a ball. Clerks
and others crowded nearly every part
of the ball to prevent repetition of
the trouble of yestcrdaynd a squad uf
police attended. Neither Colonel
Aluswortb nor his attorney ap
peared. Bo far nothing new has beou
elicited.
That Inhuman Race.
Chadron, Neb., June 18. Tbe cow
boy race will start at 6 tbla afternoon.
Out of twenty or thirty entries proba
bly not more than ten will start.
Hlr4T8 FOR GARDENERS.
When an early crop has matured, have
another ready to take it place.
Dusting white hellebore over the foli
age will stop the currant worm.
Tha toafc worlr in flarktfaisr iasaet P tl
U done when they tret make their ap-
It is a saf o rule not to expect or allow a
treo to bear more fruit than its breaches
will sustain.
In fighting tho enrenlio on the plum
the. tree should be jarred dally in order
to make thorough work.
It is a safe plan at all times and under
all conditions to cut away any dead, de
caying or diseased wood.
To have Digs in the orchard is not only
good for tho pigs, but also good for the
trees, provided there is gooa pasturage,
An economical and easy remedy for
many of the ailments and enemies of
fruit trees is a good application of wood
ashes.
For the codling moth on the applsa
spray aa soon as tbe fruit has set, using
pound of parts green to 100 gallons of
water.
It is possible to manure too much
while the tree is growing, but after it
comes into bearing manun can be ap
plied without stmt.
A good rule with a young orchard Is
to keep in with some cultivated or hoed
crop during the first five year after
planting, manuring thoroughly mean
while, and then seed down to clover.
"With many garden vegetables, by
making successive plantings two or
three weeks apart, a supply can be had
through the growing season and until
hard frost in tho fall. St. Louis Repub
lic. 8TAQE GLINT8.
Francis Wilson has bought "Ennlnlo"
and will revive it.
Richard Stahl has finished a new opera
called "Tho Cobbler."
The second volume of William Win
ter's ' 'Shadows of the Stage" has Just boon
published.
John R. Rogers lias gone to England.
He will permit Minnie Palmer to secure
tho divorce sho seeks without any trouble.
The "Robin Hood" company has dis
covered a most promising prima donna in
Mis Cherldah Simpson, the handsome
Milwaukee society belle who adopted
the operatic stage a few months ago.
Here are two of Oscar Wilde's jokes oa
America 1b bis new play, "A Woman of
No Importance:" "What are American
dry goodsi" "American novels." Again,
"Women are of two kinds, plate aad col
ored," and "When good American die,
they go to Paris."
Os all hands one bear account of
theatrical denreaaioa in Loudon, and us-
fortunately the expUnatioM which eeav
forted the good people of Loades under
similar circumstance last rear do sot
bow apply. There 1 bo iataeax to
speak of and bo court moaning.
Waac4Hest
Ambitious Youth-U I bad $1,000,900,
I know what I woald do.
Tired Yoath-If I d fl.OW.OW, 1
would sot do anythUg. New Yetlc
'KM)A'tf KWWtt TO!MYV
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l-feliest of nil fn Lesvafifftg Vttmf,lAtel I, & Gov't XfHWr
RoYal
msmsts
ABSOLUTELY PURE
IN 01KOUIT COURT,
S tidiness
Vrausacteel the
IscoHd Dy.
First arid
C0HTIMKI.
Schuyler Rue, Insolvent, J. F, T, ii,
Brentano, assign?.
Uennem Bros. vs. Allen Smith and
Searle & Deanej action for money,
Hnell, 'HelUhue A Woodnrd vs. II.
W. Cox; action for money.
Thomas Taylor v. MlUgcr Messen
ger; aotlon for money.
H.D.Northwood v. Ellen M. Farns
worth; foreclosure.
Allen eV Lewis vs. W, II. Bhlclds Sr.
etlal.j action for money.
Gilbert Droe. vs. Whale ft Oullelicr;
aotlon for money.
Amos Strong et a!, vs. II. P. Mluto
and tbe City of balom; Injunction.
A. Bush vs.C. B. Knight, ChaA,
Steward and Wtt). Woodworm; notion
for money.
C. Darst vs. U. 8. Banking Co.; action
for money.
V. Wattior vs. U. S. Banking Co.; ac
tion for money.
Paul Finderman vs.,U.' B. Banking
Co., action for money.
State vs. Geo. H. Newsome; action
for money.
Btatovs. Geo. Sand; gambling.
State v. Yin Jong; larceny In store.
Geo. W. Watterbury to. G. A. Van
derbeck; action for specific performance
of contract.
Geo. a. Sly vs. Lulu Sly; divorce.
The following cases were settled and
TbT rfumpreyel ai; vWKT; Old
and A. Olds;actlon for money. Settled
by order to sell nttacbed property.
B, B. Croker vs. F. M. Softls; action
for money,
G. W. Plaster ys. Oscar Ilodglns; ao
tlon for money. Demurrer to com
plaint. John McCrnw ot al; ys. A. D. Palm
er: aotlon for money. Default and
judgment with order to sell attached
property.
Milton Young vs. H. B. Cono tt al.;
foreclosure of mortgage Default and
decree as per stipulations.
John C. Booth- vs. Sarah I. Booth;
dlyoroe. Default of defendant entered,
Adelaide Marcuru vs. T. J. Marcum;
divorce. Demurrer to complaint over
ruled. E. P Spauldlng vs. Jacob Morlock
and Christian Morlock; aotlon for
money. Motion io stay proeeeuing,
and doft. to answer by 0 a. in. on tbe
18th.
David Simpson vs. F. M. Albaugh et
al,; confirmation of sale. Sale con
Armed. Minnesota Thresher Manufacturing
Co. vs. L. W. Benson et al.; action for
money. Consolidated with tho fore
going. B. M. CrolBan v. BenJ. Ilayden; ac
tion for money. Demurrer to com
plaint. Ben Forstner vs. Philip Glllhau; ac
tion for money. Dcfaultand Judgment
Isaac N. B rlcklcr vn, John J. and
Eunice Roberts; foreclosure of mort
gage. Demurrer withdrawn. Default.
Geo. W. Waterbury vs. h A. Van
derbeok; aotlon Jot money. Nonsuit
by plaintiff.
State vs. Joaepli Jennlng; having
obscene picture lu possession with ln
tent to exhibit. Referred.
John Fischer vs. C. W.Wason;ac.
tlon for money. Defendant' motion
coufesaedr
Geo. W. Trurax vs. T. V. Mcintosh;
action for money, non suit ou mntlou
ofplalutift. .
Emma Anderson vs. Ida M. Bubcock
etal.j action for lierformance of con
tract. IdaM. Babcock for minor de
fendants.
E. J. Harding vs. B. J. Grim, admin
Istrator of tbe;wrtat of J, W. Urliu;ao
tloa for mosey, Demurrer argued and
overruled.
H. 0. Caldwell and U. D. Sprague vs.
J. W. Lyons; aetkm for money. De-
BBurrerto eowpWat withdrawn with
leave to answer poh paymeut of ffiOO,
J. J. Shaw, executor of will of Henry
garum v. M. "h, Ablf; fertelosure of
aartimM. DeeaHrref eyerruled. De
ft4eat OeeJia teaaawer tot plalutirT
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Ono, W. Ktlgar et al vs. David Ww
Kduarnt al.i alllt ItieritlllV. llMMHlrTMP i,'
tocoiiipiflliitand tiiolloti to strike ewt
part of Mtiie. Defcndsiils tamttmr..
argued,
Geo. M. Krigar et al, vs. DW.JMp
suit to set aside deed. Demurrer to
complaint and motion to strike out
part of same.
J. B. Standard vs. J. E. Bartel; for
closcure; default and Judgment.
The following cases have been t44d
it-
Baking
Powdeiil?'
-T
to the docket since the same wae pab
llshcd. '
Hetiklo & Brnrk vs. City of.WHb-'1
bard.
J ns Shirley vs. A. L. Ilodson .et al.;' ', ,
confirmation of salo. ,'t '
Btato vs. A. B. Huntley; arratdged.
TORHDAV.
Courtwns opened at Oo, ra. Follow ,
1ng buslmsn wus trnnsacted:
JUllV TKIATiB.
E. Meyu vs. A. H. Smith, action for
money. A verdict wbb rendored fjr de
fendant by order of court and the Jury
was discharged. .
Btayton Hall Co. vs. Grant Lake et ;
al. Jury: F. L. Pound, J. T. Rose,'
M. Cooley, J. W. LiBare, A. C. Llbby,
Jacob Wenger, Itlley Rlngo, 8. W. Lee,
F. P. Wbltlock, Phil. Painter, A. W. j
Dragor, Fred Btalger.
POCKCT ENTHIKfl.
Arnold Wink vs. Clarence Brews,
continued por stipulation. "
0. B. Davis, by Tbo. Davis, gdn.,
vb. R. B. Plowman, aettledi
B. Btewnrt va. Emma Stewart, ii- i
voroe, default. , ' ,
XI. F. McElroy vs. Mrs. F. J. Boltpef , j
Bottled.
M. L. Jones vs, L. M. Hensoll, mo
tion II led for leuvo to amend; mottoa
for reply overrufed, ,
Irvine L. Lindsay vs. Ida L Lind
say, divorce, default. ,
Joseph Meyers vs. Samuel L. LovVlI,
motion to strike out answer, overruled.
Geo, Bweglo vs. Emma Bender, to
plead by Thursday morning.
Milton Young vs. H. B. Cone ct al, g
default. u
Adjourned to 12:15 in,
Strongly Eadorsed.
Tho advertising of Hood's Sarsaparll
la appeals to tbo sober, common sense
of thinking people, because it la true:
and it Js always fully substantiated by
endorsements which In the financial
world would be accepted without a mo
ment's hesitation. They tell the story
-HOODS CUREd.
Hood' Fills cure liver ills. Jaundlee,
bllllousuess, sick headache, constipa
tion. THE MARKET.
Portland, Juno in. Wheat un
changed
Ban Fkanoihco, June 12. Wheat
Dee. 11.83 7-8; Seller '1)3 $1.24 7-8.
Ciiioauo, Juno 12. Wheat .04.-
A Hail L'rror.
Johnson I mado nu annoying mis
take In tulkliig to Miss Oldun yesterday.
Thomson What was It? . t
Johnson I didn't quite catch her bbbm
when wo wcru introduced, and I aakea
her if she had married young. Kite ,
Field's Washington.
Sir-I enclose tl for "The'''Becet-tof; '
Surrounding One's Self Wttk'IleV4ttT" " '
Influences," as aavcrilfld.1"-' "17'
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