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1SVEX121U CAPITAL, JOUJKNAL, SAT17RDAT, JTTIiTi 8l83.
fl FEW POINTERS Our store is full of the choicest, freshest, and latest Btyle good. We offer rare bargaiua in every department, and call attention to the following SAMPLE BARGAINS: Fine MarwlBea Oonterpanea air " Honeycomb " Baperior Hoc. towete.--------- - T,.n invI. (well worth I1JW) Torkey Red TaWe Linen (OT ;) -Austrian " " lb) v n,ni..lr " WW t-mcataj, Thr above are only a few samples of Ibe exceptional prices made on a eapex lorlioeofgortls. wblcbare Id many places Bold for doable the rroacx ked y am. udica of Salem are invited to examine these goods before bayiog where thtr cannot bave an opportunity to know what tbey get. We are positive that iocn stock was neTer before eold eo low. Other things In proportion. THE PALACE aniTshoecomSny, 307 Commercial Street. - IF - Too are FAaf to belld or nuke anjr MEd of Unprortmeai. ail on tne nnders ft-ned tor material. W bTe a com ptet start, and are nd.y to t apply anr prepared contract, Mnrer wort, pnOlnt. etc Salem Improvement Co. A Wixxuto CiXB. It Is announced that the baseball nine of Independence In the elate league has been transferred to Salem and during the remainder ot tbe season will be known as tbe Eaiem baseball club. Tbe nine U composed of Joe Shea, as manager and second base man; J. Sullivan, catcher; L. Grant, pitcher and left fielder; J. Johnson, left fielder and pitcher; Cliflord Melleo, first baseman; J. Billing, shortstop; D. Btrand, third baseman; F. Kobl man, center field. Today tbis nine will play tbe Albany club at that city, and tbe flnt game in Baletn will be on July loth and 16tb, tbe oppneing nine being that from Oregon City. Tbe grounds situated near tbe oak grove at tbe stale fair grounds will be put in shape. Tub state of things Insured Salem some good exhibitions witb ball and bat tbL sum mer. Slow Saxss. It is pitiful the way property sold for taxes goes begging at the court house. Sheriff Knight and bis depuUes are making every exertion to close out the delinquent list, but balf tbe time there are no bidders present. Moneyed men are remarkable for their absence. When tbe mouey sharks are unable to see a cent in a town lot sold for school taxes at 11.50, or a quarter section of land at eight or ten dollars, tbe common eort of simulators eeern to think there is nothing in it. Some great bargains are going Just tbe same at those sales. Scored a Conqujbt. Having the only day Associated Press franchise, readers of tbis paper enjoy a monopoly of telegraphic news. Forlnstauce.Frlday The Jouknal bad a two column re port of the great Iowa cyclone, and tbe only correct account of the execution of tbe negro Miller at Burdwell, Ky., wbo was hung for his crime aud not burned at the stake. Tub Journal gives its readers the only correct, com plete and reliable news page In tbe capital city. Sunn va. Toojiey. Ruby Smith bad one Frank Toomey and two asso ciates arrested and tried before Judge Batchelor yesterday evening. With his usual generosity In malodorous cases Tilmon Ford got to trying everyone iu the court room Including the judge, for tho offense charged of stealing the wo man's foO puree. Of course, there was nothing In it, the purse, .he woman, or tho case and Justice Batchelor refused to bind them over. Bunday Entertainment. Tomor row 8troug's will serve cream of chick en soup, fish, an entree, ch Icken with dressing, lamb and green peas, new potatoes, strawberry pie, puddings, etc. all for 25 eta. Such a dinner in Port landif that city bad as good a restau rantwould cost a dollar. Families at home cau't buy aud cook It for fifty cents. ALL RlOUT 11UT ONE LKaaED. Yesterday evening Mn. Burmester, sister of Capt, N. B. Humphrey, wbo lost a leg on the 4th of July by a rail road nocldr-nt, telegraphed him lor news of his oonditlon.The following nswer came awhile afterward: "I am one legged, but a better man thau Sulllvau." Albany Djmoorat, Quarterly Meeting At the Free Methodist church, North Baloui, held by Chairman Rev. B. T, Smalley. Preaching this evening at 7:30. Love feast at 0. Preaching at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. m. p A) Fok Bid CHOI'S.' -W. II. King and Henry Potera, of King P. O., today bought a fine 93000 thresher for tho aea- ou'a work. It waa a Russell, aud tbey propose to do a heavy year's work. i i i m i Stolen. A golden spangled Poland keu, belonging to Mao Jlofur, of South Salem. Reward wlllbonlven for her return to . Hofer, South Bulem or to I Jqukwal offloe, fl 2S 1 25 16c lo,35c .-50cand 60c .60c 50c and op PERSONAL AITD LOCAL. . Get a brick of bisque ice cream at tbe Spa for your dinner. The Osa Cet Daily Is simply im mense as a bard times offer. It la no trouble to "break the ice" to your befct girl these days, at Strong's restaurant. All summer drinks kept on tap. The Osb Cent Daily is the biggest acd beet newspaper ever oflered the people by a hundred percent. A good choice bouse to sell on eay terms. Will take carpenter work in part payment. G. M. Beeler. tf. James W. Taylor, the newly appoint ed postmaster of Whilaker, was in town yesterday. He will move tbe of fice from tbe store, formerly run by J. T. Hunt, Wbiuker, to bis residence three fourths miles west. Tbe Cbemeketa street improvement ca will be heard by tbe Supreme Court Monday. Thnt Sunday dinner will be far more palatable If you use Prices Fruit Flavors and extracts in preparing your table delicacies. Sold only at J. A. Van E-itou's grocery. Wm. fiargeaut returned from Oregon City yesterday, where he has been at tending a conference of U. B. church. Dr. and Mrs. B H. Bradsbaw re turned yesterday eveuing from a short visit at Portland and Cawley. Fred Byars, son of Oregon's surveyor general, has gone to Fresno, Cal., where he will study medicine in tbe otllce of Dr. Deardorf. Judge and Mrs. Geo. H. Bennett are in Portland. Ed. C. Cross has had bis business ofUce moved into tbe front of bis shop to secure better light and look closer after tbe needs of his patrons. Spring chickens Davison's market. Levi McGee. of Grangevllle, Idaho, is at Salem on a visit to his father, John McGee, who lives across tbe river four mile, and who recently suffered a stroke of paralysis. Mr. McGee went to Idaho to teach, and now has a store and the postottlce. Mrs. McGee is ex pected. r T w.. limit,. i..- ...in ..i .11 1 D. XVIlin 1, HUB X llKl HIIUIUKBl Unity church tomorrow. Spring chickens Davison's market. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Gray started this morning for Detroit, and will go to the coast next week. Thos. Sims left this morning for Mill City. Fish and poultry Davison's market. Harry Singleton left this morning for the white city and to see his old Iowa home. Miss McCormack, wbo baa been tho guest of Iowa friends for some weeks, started today for her homo at Bbeldou. Fish and poultry Davison's market. Tho Sharpe dairy Is still supplying superior Jersey milk and cream. Near University. Hou. Geo. W. Davis went to Yaquloa bay today. Doug. Mlnto was a passenger for Al bany thU morning. Davison's market buys your poultry. Mrs. A. Strang went to Portland this afternoon. Geo. Anderson, at the Cook Hotel, has a handsome pet otter which was captured la Mill creek when very youug about a year ago. It attracts mtny admirers. W. H. Smith, of Clymer, was a Sa letu visitor today. Silver export July 7, 605,000 ounce. New York clearing house certlflcatea Issued to date 22,615,009. Ed. Glltuer is In Portland. Preat Whlltaker, Rev. Roorkand F. R. Smith aud wife weut to Canby thla afleruoou to attend tbe bis M. E, camp meeting. Davison's market buys your poultry. Choice table butter ouly 15 at Clark & Eppley's. Jakle Bern rdi weut went to Port land today to visit hla slater, J THE RACES SUCCESSFUL. Oate Eeceipts at the Jnly Meeting Quite Large. Friday conotaded the week of racing at the ttale fair gmondt. Btendle was oet of condition and was Dot sent against the half-mile re cord. The winners aud bones placed In tbe several events were as follews: Running, one-qaarter mile Viola won, Sleepy Dave second, Ben third, time, 03. Banning, tbree-eigbtbs of a mile, handicap Rockland Boy won, Black Alder second, Lrncer third; time, 1:02. Pacing, three in five Doc Bperry won, Del Norte second, Graceful George third; beet time, 2:19. Ladies' six-mile novelty ranning was won by Miss Berth a Price; time. 16:29. she made five changes of bones. Tbe gate receipts were about three thousand dollars. Give yonr pet dogs and caUSimmons Liver Regulator, when sick It will cure them. MRS. JAY SMITH HURT By Jumping From a Carriage This Forenoon. Tbis forenoon Mr?. Jay Smith, daughter of Supt. L. L. Rowland, of the asylum, had a narrow escape of losing her life. An iron weight of tbe automatic gate to tbe asylum grounds swung and struck tbe bugzy as she was driving-out to come to the city. Tbe baby and Bessie Smith were in the buggy. Tbe horse began to plunge, Mrs. Smith told Bessie to jump out which she did, and threw herself out witb tbe baby in her arms. A trace of tbe harness bad broken and tbe horse, usually very gentle, broke a shaft of the bugzy before he was caught. Tne baby was uninjured. Mrs. Smith bad no bones broken but was badly bruised on one elbow. Chbistia- Chckch. R-M.Mfc&sick will preach. Ucual services morning and evening. All invited. Unity Church. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 12. Rev. W. E. Cope'and, pastor. Subject of morning sermon "A Daring Faith." Subject ot evening lecture, "Father McGlynn, Dr. Brlegs and other crit ics." Mrs. Leona Piper will sing botb at tbe morning and evening service. St. Paul's A. M. E. Chckch North Salem, services at 11 a. m. Text St. John 4,2328, and at 7:30. Sunday school at 1p.m. AH are wel come. G. W. White, pastor. Eyanoelical. Usual morning and evening services tomorrow, at W. C. T. U. hall. J. Bowersox, pastor. o There is more catarrh In tbis section of the country tban all other diseases put together, and until tbe last few years was supposed to be Incurable, r or a great many years doctors pro uouueed it a local disease, and pre scribed local remedies, and by constant ly tailing tocure witb local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires consti tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tbe only consti tutional cure ou tbe market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops loa leaspoontui. it acts directly .w n tcju)ruuuiui. J.I Bi;i9 UIICVU V uu the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe ..! f 1 M. AH i'D..tu. nt nn- . i -ji OJOKUJ. AUC UIJC uuc iiuuuitu uui lars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and teotimouialfi. Ad drew, F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O. JEQrSold by druggists, 75c DOWN QO THE RATES! The Union Pacific now leads with re duced rates to eastern poiuts, and their through car arrangements, magnific ently equipped Pullman and Tourist sleepers, free reclining chair car and fast time, make It tbe best lime to trav el. Two trains leave from Portland dally at 8:45 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. The rates are now within reach of all, and everybody should take advantage of them to visit the world's fair and their friends In the east. Send for rates and schedules of trains, and do not purchase tickets until after consulting Boise A Barker, agents, Salem, Or. W. H. Hurlburt, Aes't Gen'l Rise. Agent, U. P., Porllaud, Or. Take Simmons Liver Regulator In youth and you will enjoy a green old age. GOOD CORKER. If you want a desirable residence lot lu Capital Park don't buy until you have seen Levi Magee's bargain. Ad dress, Salem P. O. 7-H 2 w The onljr Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Asamoala; No Alan. Uiwd in MilUoaa of Hosus 40 Years tk fittafliinl Farewell to Yovvo Me. Bet. Robert AVbltaker, reUrlng pastor of tbe First Baptist church, of this dty, will speak before tbe Y. if. C. A. to morrow, at 4 p. m. Every man wel come. Come. New House. John ewrome, tbe old county surveyor, has a new home nearly completed west of the brick store South HeJem. This old nloneer will soon be taking comfort In his mo- j del cottage. Political. There is to be a political debate Saturday at the Victor Point school bouse in which T. T. Geer, Miller Swank, Charles Miller, and Cbeesemaker Cranston will participate. It will be a redbot debate. As They Roll. Tbe Columbia bi cycle is slways in the lead. C M. Lock wood has several of tbe very finest for rent, and tbey are in use all tbe time. Call at bis messenger office for one. Salem's Pbide. Of all good things she boasts, the "Pride of Oregon' flour is first. It makes bookkeepers happy, because it Is always tbe same, and every sack is warranted. Bit Nine Times. It wsj not the farmer wbo did not read tbe papers and was buncoed. He only bit once. But it was tbe man who didn't buy Little Nestucca fall cream cheese at Clarke tc. Eppley's, the Monarch grocers of "ourt street. I prescribe Simmons Liver Regulator and it deserves all -the praise it receives. Dr. D. W. Atkinson, Slloam, A7k. Red, White and Blue. Our na tional colors are displayed as nature made them, red radish, currants, and raspberries, blue-black raspberries, white currants. In tbe greens all tbe vegetaoles, gooseberries, cucumbers, et al., at J. A. Van Eaton's. Correction. Tbis writer was mis taken tn roping Martin Rowley's name in with some other Salem Democrats wbo managed tbe last two Democratic campaigns in tbis county and refuse to pay their bills. Mr. Rowley was not on tbe committed. He was chairman twoyears before and left no bills unpaid paying some out of bis own pockets. Tbe late managers managed to get away witb tbe money and still owe ev erybody, including good Demooratsas well as Republicans. Then and Now. In ancient dajrs for many an ill, Vi e uted to take a big b ae plU. It did no sorely tear and erlpa. We felt for pnrgat Dry ripe. Today, when sick, we take Dr. Pierca Pleasant Pellets. They are gently ap erient or strongly cathartic, according to size of dose. Cares sick headache, bilious headache, constipation, indiges tion, bilious attacks, and all derange ments of tbe liver, stomach and bowels. Put up in vials, hermetically sealed, hence always fresh and reliable. Pure ly vegetale, they operate without dis turbance to tbe system, diet or occupa tion. Sold by druggists, at 25 eta a vial. City Will Win. A Salem man wbo has examined tbe brief in tbe cases of certain citizens against tbe city of Salem, resisting assess nentsforstreet Improvements, the only decently grad ed and improved streets in Salem, has come to conclusion that tbe city will win those case) in the Sjprema court next week. He says all tbe courts bave been holding that where citizens allow work to be done and afterwards seek to evade paying by resort to tech nicalities, they are obliged to pay a reasonable bill for tbe same. Rich, Red Blood As naturally results from taking Hood's Sarsaparilla as personal cleanliness re sult from free use of soap and water. This great purifier thoroughly expels scrofula, salt rheum and all other Im purities and build up every oran of the body. Now Is tbe time to take iu Tbe highest praise has been won by Hood's Pilia for their easy, yet efficient action. Sold by all druggists. Price 25 cento. MORNTNQSIDE PICNIC. An Elegant Menu and Music by the Regimental Band. Tbe ladies of the M. E. church will give a-picnic at "Mornlngslde," Wed nesday July 12th, from 3 to 10 p. m. Supper from 5 to 8 p. in. menu. Biscuit, homemade bread, ham, tongue, baked beans, salad, cake, tea, aud coffee, 25 cents. Ice cream and cake, 15 cents; lemonade, 6 cents a glass. Tbe Second Regiment band will dis course sweet .music throughout the evening. 7-8 d-3t akincS Pewder: PRICE'S COUHTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. The Bridge Bid. FoHorinK business was transacted in tbe county court Friday. Bids on Abi qua bridge: F.J. Miller I2B8, and 11.20 per foot for the trestle approaches. Thos. La Lond JS35; J. E. McCoy. $787, Peter Stefflns. f794: C. F. Boyal had four specified bids as follews: Howe truta $-549 and 787.50; strain beam f491 and same witb some iron f3$3. Tbe Capital Fruit frm bridge to be 203 fet lone and it brio cross tbe head waters of the Padding. J. E McCoy was awarded tbe work at (2S7. Tbos. La Lond had a bid for $1 85 per running foot, F. J. Miller, 12.10 per foot, acd C. F. Royal $397 to complete the whole. S. S. Coulson acd others had a peti tion for tbe location of a road from tbe town of Mlnto to tbe railroad. Not al lowed. Mrs. Bamer was admitted to tbe county poor bouse, she having applied for aid from the county. A warrant was ordered drawn for f350 for the payment of a road grader purchased of W. L. Mercer. SATURDAY, JULY 8. Application of Jeff Meyers for tax rebate; not allowed. Petition of T. L. Golden et al. for bridge over Santiam at Davis's Ferry; awaits action of Linn county court. Petition of H. V. Matthews et al. for new road. G. A. Stevens, J. A. Pooler and C. H. Chapman appointed view ers, to meet July 21, 10 a. m. A.T. Yeuton tax rebate; not allowed. Petition of S. C. Adams for court yard improvement; not allowed. Application of Je&se W. Burgus for ferry license at Buena Vista; granted upon payment of $3.00 and giving bonds. Bids for sixty cords pole oak and twenty cords large body fir for court house, to be opened July 26, 1 p. m. BILLS ORDERED PAID. Court houfre and jail; Salem Water Co., $13; Electric Light Co.. $79 40: Telephone Co., 16.S0; A B. Buren, $6o.40; J. W. Watt, $12.00; Al bert Lyons, $4 00; Keller & Marsh, $4.23. Pauper: J. A. Van E3ton $S, ding er fc Rigdon, $15; Brooks fc Legg, $3.00 B. H. Bradshaw, $25; F. M. Xeal, $30; R. G. Brown, $2.50. Road and Bridge: F. M. Townsend, $3; B. B. Herrick, jr., $4.50; F. Arnold, $J46.67J; Salem Imp. Co., $7.80; Gray Bros., $3 00; Cap. Lumber Co., $95.36; Jap Minto, $13; Am. Champiou Ma chine Co., $247.75; S. C. Shelley, $11.84; Thos. Lalond. $14.65; O. R. R. R. Co. $2 25; P. Stefien, $6S. A. J. Cobbisb, $2.00; J. E. McCoy, $346.50, m Prunes C. D. Cunningham shows this year's petite prunes that measure four inches around tbe stem. Baseball. Douglass Minto went to Albany this morning and announeed tbe management of the Salem baseball clnb in tbe State league, taking tbe place of the Independence club. Mr. Minto has control of tbe grounds at Salem which will be put in good shape at once. Tbe club play Albany today and tomorrow at that town. July 15 and 16 against Oregon City. Mr. Min to will bring tbe Salem club here next Monday . Miss Ama Leona Strong has cards out for a reception to ber little friends at W. G. vVestacott'a Monday at 2 p. m. Thos. Reynolds went to Portland tbis afternoon to spend Sunday at home. Regular morulnc and evening ser vices tomorrow by P. B. Knight at tbe Congregational church. Dr Williamson, of the asylum medi cal staff, it, in Portland. W. A. Munly and family went to Portland on the afternoon train. AT SALEM. Thursday Jiily 20 Atternoon and Night Leon W. Washburn's Great European . . . RAILROAD SHOWS Three Blue O cus, Rojai Knilish Menaane, AvUrj-, Museam and Aquarium. Realistic Wild West, and Bonus Ulppodroms. OUTTERINO 8TREET PARATje dally at' W a. m. Open IXni of Wild Boosts. K aa Btssun Piano, aUrrelous Steam Bona "ajar "I th. Monster War Elephant "Cupid.- I it DUO I oUtetla,17P'm' rertormaaee " AMnloa to Children, Half Price, I .KHn ATTENTION - We are running a Woolen Mill in Salem. We are making the goods into Garments in Salem. We are selling the best ALL WOOL HOME MADE goods ever sold in Salem. 100UE SALEM, RAILROAD TIES. The Grand Trunk has paid all its back ' taxes to tbe state of Maine. The Jersev Central is going to build a S-mile branch from Perth Amboy to con nect with the factories along the Raritan river The Canadian Pacific railroad is tak-1 ing steps to acquire the Windsor an4 j Annapolis ana western cuuuuca rautvaj a in Nova Scotia. L. G. Ernest of New Orleans has been elected supreme chief inspector of the Car Inspectors' Protective association of North America. A recent record of one of the Royal Bine line fliers was 54.9 miles in 53 min utes, deducting six minutes for a stop. It was made between Bound Brook, N. J., and Wayne junction. At the Columbus shops of the Pennsyl vania railroad an order for 99 special cars for World's fair traffic is being com pleted. These cars are constructed in such a way that they will be converted into coal cars when the fair has closed. E. Borden has been appointed superin- tendent of transportation of all the roads comprising the Atlantic Coast line sys- N. C. J. A. Fountain has been appoint- ed assistant superintendent of the Rich-1 znond division. ' President Lincoln' Pew. About 10 years ago the pew in which Abraham Lincoln bad sat while living in Washington was removed from the church where he had worshiped and put up in the adjoining Sunday school room. Now the church trustees have voted to restore the pew and to mark it with a silver tablet suitably inscribed. This reminds an old Washingtonian, who attended the same church, of a story. He says that many of those who had seats near Mr. Lincoln's used to try to fill their own pews so that they might be invited into that of the president. "One person in particular I call to mind now," he continued. "He never seemed happy until his pew was filled, for Mr. Lincoln's great hospitality sought trim out "He would wait out in the vestibule and direct the old colored sexton to fill his pew. Then just before the service began he would walk up the aisle in 6uch an innocent way until opposite Lincoln's pew. Then he'd pause and look around as if to beg some one to take pity on him, and right there the president would rise, reach out that long arm, draw him up and push him into the pew, almost seating him, in his own innocent kind ness." Rochester Post-Express. When Von IlmTe roar Picture Taken. Having a photograph taken is a pain ful ordeal to some people, while others take to it as naturally as a duck does to water and are always assured a success ful pose before the camera. There are a few things good to remember when you go to be photographed. First of all choose a day when you are in good hu mor and at peace with all the world; when you feel well and not tired; when the sun shines, and when the photog rapher is ready for yon. Choose a gown that is simple and becoming, with noth ing about it that will soon become "out of date" a gown a little open at the neck, with a frill of chiffon or lace falling over the shoulders and you will have a pic ture that will not look ridiculous in the years that are to como when fashion will have changed and photographs taken to day will look quite as absurd as those that were taken several years back do now. Buffalo News. Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices. N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Sti. SALEM, OREGON. -TOO MANY SPRING JACKETS- The season ia rapidly advancing, and as wa have 011 hand too many Spring Jackets, we havo determined to cut the prices in two, and sell them quick. We are now soiling $3.60 Jacket for $2.00 W.50 " 13.00 650 J4.50 , , . 7" , PleaM & nd & J01"" cboloe. ..., A7VTLXIS BROTHERS & CO. 0PEHA.H0U8E CORNER, - 8ALEM, OREGOlf. wearrJ Vi Si to3.G00dj1' ClotWs CarU' HodK d V MMl nhu Vii STORE OREGON. PUFFS AND DRAW. ii, We don't need to pnflnr Hnrd's Fancy Tablets Because they draw or thtr own merit We imjr extend an inviiauoa to on iorio .-ult tuandteeforyoarM'lres. That s more -onrlnclng than teillne you. WearebuT nea Die run on theseooas. It you will nve tbeia a alr trial ion will use nooth Jr. t ui dc pieasea to iuot you tmt uat netner you Day or not. Patton Bros., Booksellers and Stationers 98 STATE 8TBEKT. 1 HEW ADTXKT1SEMENTS. w AKTFD. A nrst claw eirl to do house wrk, C-jrner v inter and Ferry. FK 8AX.E. FaUjroung matched dark gmr balf-Percheron bones. J. M. Long, 49S fca.it Btate street. They weigh about 24 0.u4 will go at a bargain. 7-6-31' ABAR..AI.N-A first-ela Si model Colum bla bicycle, as pxxl aa new. warranted for one year. Has been nsd only' three weta WiU be sold at a 1 tree discount. Can on W. L Staley, Capital Buslnesi Onlltnee. 7-3 Sa" LOaT. Eyglase and chain on Thursday afternoon. Finder please leave at Jocb aL office. O-oO-St TX)R HALE. 2 choice lot. 4 blocks south of JTJ M. E. church, tea em. Bir bargain, or will trade for span ot hoie& -:ret A DARK. Sooth ealem. TTOU 8AX. A very nicely located lot, with P house, on Mill street south ol Wll.amette uniTertity For terms and partlcufars. please lnqnlr at this oRlc. 5--lm rnHIB PAPER is kept on file at E.C Dake'i I Advertising Agency, 64 and 63 Merchants Exchange. Ean Francisco, California, where contraca for advertUlng can bttmade for lu HEI.P WANTJED. Agents paldagoodconf mission, and &u.0 d. idend among them next winter. 6prc!a! attractions 10 b pushed this year for which we want tte ser vice of b-st agents every w-ere. THECLRTIs. t-DBLJsHINO TO.. Koom 3, Chronicle Bonding, aau rranctsco. c HKI3T1AN SCIENCE Literature of all 5-iy kinds on sale at 338 LJberty street. ATTENTION.-Cah money paid for ran, bjtues.old iron and all kinds of xnetaii, a so hides, at old Court House, Balem. 1-M-ly I. TOLPOLAB. ADVENTIST. Begulsr Seventh Dy Advent st rvi t old Unitarian Hall opposite o -era hruse, Ea lem. Batur ays. Sab oath school at lo . m , followed by Bible leading and other services. Prayer meeting Wednesday 733 p. m. 6-!7 DR. GUHII'S ONION SYRUP FOR COUGHS COLDS AND CROUP. GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE la rsiilnc a fsmfly of nla c&Udrcn. nr ealr raiudr far Couch. Cold sad Croup wu enisa Trap. It u Jut ss effecti to-4y ullwu fonr Jim sro. How or rrmnrtehlldrro tsks Dr. Dana's Ottiosarrap,whlea la slrM-lr prpd sad nor clat to to lasts. Sold trrtrt. Largs botuta CO essta. Take no satsUtala for Ik Bold bv Bakett k VanHlvne "0 L a 4 B wy "sKC"1 F- JN.