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"r 'sway W" rf -g" iflVJfl.Ni.NU IjAJfATAX,. JOUlUfAli, TXIOTtSDAlf, JULV i!0, 18M). !M I "I T II! 11(1 T what moro cool nnd light to wear than ft silk, untoon, or Swiss Mouho Waist 1 Evidontly many ladies ngroo with this, as our sales lately has boon surprising. -OUR LINE COMPRISES- I'ongco Milk Waists Burah Dotted Bwlss J'litlti " Hnteetl French Flannel " Outing " " To be worn with these waists wo show tho ninst complete and chilcest Hue ol Windsor tlgu f gran(1 glfte wI gven M y Bopmbe, i8t. THE PALACE andThegcompany, 307 Corrtrnercial Street. - IF - You are goln? to build or mtko any Undof Improvement, oatl oo thi under.lgned tor material. We have a complete stock, and are redy to supply any prepared contract, sewer work, grading, etc. Salem Improvement Co. LOCAL IUTKS. Wednesdtty.lOtli.-Momingalde picnic afternoon and evening. Saturday, Aug. 5. State Dairymen's convention, court house, 10 a. m. Old Willamette. P real dent Whitaker Ib working hard these days getting his forces in shape for re-open- lng the university in September. Dean Hanaee and her mother have been unavoidably detained here and may be unable to visit the world's fair as anticipated At the meeting of the trustees last evening Mr. Edwin D. Shurterof Cornell university, Ithaca, N. V., Was elected professor ofelocu tin In tho place of Miss M. Q. Scriber, resigned. Ho was chosen from among eleven candidates for the position. TIib president of Corn oil says of him: "He is ono of the best elocutionists I ever heard. Fortunate Is tho university which secures his services." Tho elec tion of a professor of tho commercial department was postponed one week. m - Two Salkm Men. A Dallas paper says: Tom Tothlll aud Frank Heath of Salem, went out to King's Valley last week. They were ou their way home Friday, via Dallas. Their horse became very tired, aud when near Charley Staf ford's near town, both meu got out to walk; tho horses started on a trot, when one of tho men in attempting to catch him fell down. Tho horse trotted into town, very dellbately, but while passing an olectrlo light pole at the west end of Mill street, tho buggy collided with tho pole, tho singletree wasbrokou aud the horse stepped a few feet away. No particular damago wub done, aud tho mou camo into town soon after to claim their rig. Real Estate Commission. The caso of N. J. Strayer vs. S. L. Penulu ger, in an action for mouey to the amount of $217.60 claimed ascommls. slon in tho salo of laud was tried before County Judge W. C. Hubbard uud a Jury composed of L. 8. Winters, H. E. Tarpley, It. A. Crossan, II. 8. Mulit, J. 0. Lewis, uud J. L. Hockott. F. A. Chenoweth was attorney for the plain tilt aud John A. Carson for the defend ant. Tho arguments of couuboI were qulto extended, consuming a greater portion of tho aftemoou. The jury ren dered a verdict for tho defeudaut. That Picnic. '1 he Palem Motor cars wero busy until ton p. in. hauling out crowds to the Morulngside picnic given Wednesday evening by the ladles of St. Paul's church. All wero got homo by 11 p. m. aud It was a great Bticcesa. Tho people Jovo to get out these beautiful moonlight ovonlugs, when tho Paclllo breezes play through theilr forests in that romautlospot. It would almost pay tho company to liavo a musical concert out there every ovoulng. Pet Deku Dies. Tho last of Mr, .Bush's blaoktail deer Is de.ul. It lived to be ovor llftoen years old. Ho had thrco at oue time. One was an ante lope from east of tho rauge. It lacked Mutoftrtlclo of diet, probably sago brush, aud did not live long. It was immod erately foud of tobacco, which It used m a substitute for tho luscious sage, ItKcoHUKJt'fJ Couut. Four drunks Had a hobo were sentenced this uiorti lug, Threo paid aud two will work Jive days each, Tho circus paid a 11 wvm fee of 125 to tho city treasuror. fc...Th dog piuutl la empty Tho poHee are detailed lo watch nil the tough aud gaiublera about the circus. 'f iw Uy hi full of poopl. i NkW Tjhcabukkk, Dr, Applewblto efOervaMls, recently appointed aa one nktKoardor Itegeula ofStatoAgrl iiHwrnl college was yesterday elected trfturer to succeed (ho late A. It. Ship ley, deceased. Jwolullous of reepeat for (be latter wero adopted. WABH MIS li II it PERSONAL AND LOCAL. Mr. and Mrs. 8. C. Heed took tho lo cal this morning for Chicago, and wil visit the home of his lather at Warsaw, III., besides making n business trip to Chicago and New York. They will b none three weeks and leave a good forct in chargo of their business. Prof. Geo. Cochran, of Willamette University, starts this afternoon for Salt Lake, Chicago aud other eastern cities. He will return in timo for open lng the schools. Nearly everyone who leaven town for the mountains or the ocean orders the One Cent Daily. One month by mall 25 cents. Four mouths 122 days for $1.00. Dr. John A. Childs of Portland has been brought to the asylum. He is aged 57. Tho fire department was called out in regular monthly drill last night and re sponded with great promptness. Miss Jessie Iieardsley, a graduate of the Capital BUHiuess college, has ac cepted a position as stenographer, with the State Insuranoe company. A. Bush went to Portland this morn ing. Tho circus is at tho 8. P. depot grounds, and is the biggest show that has come here in several years. Secretary Wetherbeo is booming the membership of the Sulem Y. M. C. A. by means of a monthly publication. He will leave uothlug undone to make Salem tho crack Y. M. C. A. town on tho coast. Magnificent Royal Anne cherries for canning by quart or bushel at Harritt & Mcln tyro's. No harvesting yet except on early oats. A fow binders are running. Dr. Hugh AVallaco of Portland re turned this morning.. He makes monthly visits hero as one of tho trustees of the Wallace estate. E. O. Potter, of Eugene, was a Salem visitor today. A. C. Woodcock and L. llllyeu, of Eugene, was in Salem yesterday. Sherin Knight Is homo from attend ing the State Association at Portlaud. The many friends of Dr. F. P. Tower aud wife,- formerly of Salem, will be pained to learn of Mrs. Tower's death, which occurred July 13th at Helena, Montana. Dr. Tower was fiuauclal agoutofthe school here several years. The Salem baseball team departed for 'Frisco today. Here etideth tho Stato league. Fred Boworsox of Corvullls is iu the city. W. II. Scott et al today transferred to II. M. aud Harold Olson 35 acred ou Pudding river for $1050. Supt. Downing of the State Prison was elected vice president of tho State Sheriffs association. The Silver Creek Falls property was today transferred from Its Individual owners to tho recently organized im provement compauy for $10,000, Work on enlarging the big Santlam water ditch Is awaiting orders from Pol t land. Geo. W, Davis and family moved In to their beautiful, new homo In Llucolu Park, South Salem, yesterday. Miss Manila Chanuju, of Oregon City, Is the guest of Miss Auua and Ada lireymau of 230 State street. Miss Ada Ureymau accompanied Miss Charmati. Palo, delica'o streaks ofbluo along the horlzeu ludlcate where the Look wood messengers fly aloug on their wheels. Sharpo has no use for chalk or water Iu his Jersey dairy products. Buluin'a nrlda is correal. v renrpaoi.tf.. 111 the extouslvo use of the Salem Mills ' flour. Use no other. AuUfermeutlne at Gilbert, Patterson A Co. Is the great fruit preservative ' without oooklug. Try It. . Tom Hubbard, the genial represent- tlvoof Russell & Co., farm machinery, came dowu from Albauy this after uoou. He Bays the harvest la fully ou In Llnu county, aud the yield Is better' than expected, j City Hall nnd litreot Improvements Ordorod Ahead Materially. Tho adjourned meeting of the rlty council wan held Wednesday night. All the councllmcii were present ex cepting Hunt and Lnfore. The saloon license of D. M, Lellzcl was transferred to Sterling & Davidson on motlou of Klolu. The motion wan carried by n vote of four-to one, Albert Voting no, and Smith being exused. Klein moved that notice bo given for tho proposed Improvement of 18th street In Itobert's addition and Uni versity addition to Salem from the south lino of M if Ion street to the north line of Ferry. Also for the improve ment of Oak street from the west Hue of Winter street to tho east side of 12th in University addition. Till was car ried: The mayor was instructed to name a committee of clii.ens to assess tho work proposed. On motion of Gray a warrant for $750 was ordered drawn in favor of W. D. Pugh as part payment for his plant) for tho new city hall. The bills of Mc Nully & Knighton for $100 and Chas. Kurgraf for $75 for plans submitted by them were ordered paid. The 110-page ordinance for Improv ing State street eaat from Uigh was read a third time aud passed. An ad vertisement was ordered calling for bids upon the work, they are to be opened at the adjourned meeting Tuesday even ing July 2otb. The bill of $7.50 from the Union Title Abstract Co. for work done in assessing the State street property was read and referred to the committee on accounts and current expenses. On motion of Gray the council then adjourned to meet ou Tuesday evening, July 25th. Tho contract with Hutchlns& South wick for the construction of the city hall is ready to be signed. Only some minor formalities remain to be con cluded before the final pen strokes set the work in progress. T.-e men who bavo signed the bond for $18,000 are as follews: Hutchlns & Southwick, W. T. Gray, I, L. Patterson, E. 8. Lam port, J. J. Dalrymple, J. A. Baker, J. Savage jr., J. W. Harritt, Thomas Bur rows, F. M. Townsend, R. A Crossan, IraErb, C. A. Gray, G. W. Johnson, F. P. Talklugtou, J. N. Smith, George W. Davis, Joshca Smith, M. L. Cham berlain, T. Holverson and R. J. Hend ricks. There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. L-or a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease, and pre scribed local remedies, ana by constant ly failing tocure with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Science has oroven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease, aud therefore requires consti tutional treatment. Hull's Latarrli Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & uo., Toieuo, unio. is tue only consti tutional euro ou tho market. It is taken internally in dosea from 10 drops to a teasnoontui. It acta directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They ofler oue hundred dol lars tor any case it rails to cure, bend for circulars aud testimonials. Ad dress, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. US-Sold by druggists, 75c. Vice President Coming. Adlal Stephensou, second highest official of our country, is comiug up tho coast and will be at Salem Saturday or Sunday. Proper arrangmeuts should be made to receive him. Mayor Gatch, although a Republican, says thecapitol city should show him overy attention that Is due to his station. The Board of Trade meeting .tonight will probably tako some action. Cuhiositv. A farmer camo to town circus day .with a six legged sheep, the two extra limbs growing out of the shoulder and being merely ornamental. He wauted $20, but tho circus people. seemed not to want a real curiosity. A.B. Smith theeoutractor was felon iously misrepresented In these columns yesterday aa having a sou. Ho usually gets contract all right, but so far has no sou, Mr?. Elleu Scott, widow, today sold to the Olsons her Interest In the old Bluford Miller estate on Pudding river of 100 a. for $10,000. Baby cried, Mother sighed, , l ' Doctor prescribed t Castor! gwssci The only- Pur Cream of Tartar PowderNo Ammonia; No Alum. Usd in Millions of Hoxiims 40 Years tk Staaiui Thay Kevef tali. J, N. If arris, 8 Fulton Market, Now York Oily, naynj "1 hVo been using BrandroUi'ii I'llls for tho Inst .fifteen yearn. Tiofe la nothing equal lo (hern a Blond J'urlfl era nnd Liver Regulators. Ilut I wish lo tato how remarkably thoy cure rheumatism, atfd how easily; I was at footed by rheumatism in the legs. My business (wholesale finh dealer) natur ally leads mo Into damp place. I could not Walk, nnd at flight I suffered terribly. I tried Balrun, Sarsaparlllns and all kinds of tinctures, but thoy did me no good anil I was afraid of being a cripple. I finally commenced using Brandreth'a Pills. I took two every night for tt-u night, then I began to Imnrovn. I rnniliuipd tnUltiir Mipin far ft .. lln.ia . . 1 T M.. khII.iiIh .....It "bjr UUJfO kUU J. K"b UllUIC'ljr WD1H Now, wheneverslck,! take Brandreth'a Pills, They nover fall." IIOIIN. GARDNER.-In Salem, July 18.li, lo Mr. aud Mrs. J. C. Garduer, a 10 pound daughter. lilKU. HALL. At the home on the Perry Walson farm south of Salem, Tues day, July 18, 1803, the little daughter of Mr. and Mra. E. W. Hall, aged 9 months. The cause of its death was scarlet fever. The remains were taken to Newberg for burial. 8CHELLBERG. Near Mehama, July 15th, from a complication of diseases, August Sohellberg, aged 67 years. The remains were burled on Monday at Stay ton. The deceased leaves a wife, a daughter, and seven sons. Iu 1873 he came to Oregon. Mr. Sohell berg was well known In Oregon, having served Iu the legislature in 1878. Sunshine In the House. "I'm weary with work, the good wife sighed "hui aner an, sue eaia. "It's sweet to labor for those we love No wonder that maids will wed. A wise housewife lightens her toil and gladdens the home circle by her cheerfulness. But health Is the first requisite, and her just perogative. Health follows tho use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, which repairs the ravages caused by those peculiar diseases which afflict womankind. It enricnes the blood, cures the cough, in creases the flesh, prevents hysteria, nervousness aud low spirits, and is a veritable fountain of health to women, young and old. Satisfaction, or the price (1.00) refunded. All druggists. If anybody thinks Oregon 1b not full of goodlooking women let him come to Salem on a circus day and have all doubts removed. No Failure. To sell and deliver all our customers freah groceries, fruits and vegetab'ea in the promptest man ner J. A. Van Eaton. Killed at One Blow. A man struck squarely with a sbarp-dged hatchet-shaped piece of skim-milk cheese was once nearly scalped. This Is not true of Little Nestucca sold at Clark & Eppley's. Don't You Know That to have perfect health you must have pure blood, and the best way to have pure blood is to take Hood's Sar saparilla, the beBt blood purifier aud strength builder. It expels all taint of scrofula, salt rheum and all other hu mors, and at the same time builds up the whole system and gives nerve strength. Hood's Pills may be had by mall for 25cts of C. I. Hood &Co., Lowell, Mass. THE PACIFIC DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BUREAU SA-LEJvl, Oregon Private work a specialty. C. B. CLEMENT, Manager. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. NOTICE is hereby given that by authority of an order Issued out of the County Court of I he state or Oregon for the county ol Marlon, ou the 5th day June, 1893, I will, at administrator of tbeeutate of William win kleuian, deceased, on Saturday, the 20th day of August, 1803, at 1 o'clock ot said day, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, the right, tltleand Inter est of said dtcedoat. In and to the following described lauds, to-wlu The south halfoi the northwest quarter of tectum 1 township 9, south or range 1 eastol the Wlllam-tte merid ian, coulatning So aoitw, mure or less. The sale will be conducted at the west door of the Ounty Court House tn Uarlon county, Oreon, teimsot sale, cash. 7-27-5t D. C bUKUMAN, Administrator. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. NOTICE Is hereby given that by authority of au order Issued out f the County Court ol the unite of Oregon, 1 r Marlon coun ty.ou Uie6thdnyof June, lWi, Iwtllnsadmln-Istratorortbee-talagtUoralioon, deceased, ou Baturday the ftilli oVy of Auc.,180J,at 1 o'clock of said day, sell at public auction to tbx highest bidder the right, tlUe and Interest of stid de cedent In and to the following described lands to-wtt: Tht mid real property consist f an undivided oue-haU Inteiest In and lotbelol lowing real premise to-wlU Cotifmenclng at a point on the south boundary line of lota In block (S3 as shown by the recorded plat of the city of Salem, Marlon county, Oregon, 6S reel westerly from tho southeast corner of said lot S and running thence al right angles with said south boundary line northerly to the north boundary line or said lot o; thenoe westerlv along said north boundary line SS foet; thence southerly at right angles to said north boundary line to the soui'i boundary Hue .13 feet to the place, of beginning. The sale will be conducted at tbe west door of the Countv Uouit House In Marlon oountv. Oregon, terms of sale, cash, Oko. 1. 8ANDEKSON, 7-ar-Aw -Administrator. PRICE'S How's Your Liver? la tho Orlontnl enlntfttlon, knowing that good health ennnot exist without ft honlthy Liver. "When tho Liver la torpid tho Bow els nro sluggish nnd con stipated, tho food lies in tho stomach undi gested, poisoning tho ulood; frequent hendacho ensues; a lecling of lassi tude, despondency nnd nervousness indicato how tho whole system is do ranged. Simmons Liver Regulator has been tho means of restoring moro Eeoplo to health and appiness by giving them a healthy Liver than any agency Known on earth. It acts with extraor- dinary power and efficacy. - NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED, As s gentrsl fsmlly remedy for djspeptls. Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc, I hardly cvef tee anything clae, and hare never been dis appointed In tbe effect prodaced; lteeomsto be almost a perfect care for all disease of tbe Stomach and Bowels. W. JJIcElbot, Macon, Us. NEW TO-DAY. Machine Oil.. Farmers, buy your oils at the JJlue Front, and save 26 per cent. lw Fob Rent. House of 8 rooms, new, basemeut.bard finish, apply at piemise. No. 57 Division street. 7-25 A good cholee house to sell ou easy terms. Will take carpenter work in part payment. G. M. Beelor. tf. TAKEN UP. ' Two sheep. Owner call and pay ex penses. W. H. Hunt', North fealem, Meat Market. 7-18 tf Economize in Paper. Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of 100, not cut, for sale at this ofllco at fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw wrapping paper, lare sheets, two cents a pound. Next door to the postofllce. if Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Capital Consolidated Gold and Silver Mlniug Company, of the city of Salem, Oregon, will be held in the nillce of the company, ou the second Thursday, the 101b day of August, 1893, at 3 o'clock p. m , for the election ot directors and such other business of may come before the meeting. J. H. Haas, Sec'y. Salem, July 20, 1893. 7:19-d-2w A RARE OPPORTUNITY. TbeTrask River Toll Road, with fur nished hotel and farm, at its western gate, in Tillamook county, title cleai and renting for ?C00 to $1000 a year can be secured now, in exebango for productive citv property, or a good farm in tho Willamette valley. In quire of N. W. G. at residence of B C. Ward, 18th street, near Court, Baiem, Oregon. 7-7-dw lm To Builders and Contractors. Salexi, Or., July 12. Sealed propos als will be received at the office of the secretary of state for tbe erection of an addition to the State Reform School building. Bids to bo opened at 12 o'clock m., ou Wednesday, July 26tb, 1893. Flans and specifications cau be seen at the office of McNally & Knigh ton, architects, Salem, Oregon, begin ning Tuesday, July 18th. Bidders will be required to accompany their bids with a certified check of (250.00 as evi dence of good faith. Tho right is re served to reject any and all bids. S. Pennoyer, G. W. McBkidf. E. B. McEuiov, 7-12-td Board of Trustees. Before Going to the Wo; Id's Fair Enquire About Tho Limited Express trains of the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway between St. Paul and Chicago and Omaha and Chicago. These traius are vestlbuled, electric lighted ami steam heated, with the fin est Dlulng and Sleeping Car Service iu tue woriu, The Electrio reading light in each berth is the successful novelty of this progressive age, and is highly appreciat ed by ail regular patrons of thia line. We wish others to know its merits, as the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail way is the only lino in the west enjoy ing tho exclusivo use of this patent. For further information apply to nearest coupon ticket agent, or address C. J. Eddy, General Ageut, J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt, 225 8tark St., Portland, Or. tf DOWN GO THE RATES! The Union Pacific now leads witii re duced rates to eastern poluts, and their through car arrauuements. ruairnlfln. eutly equipped Pullman and Tourist sleepers, iree reclining chair car and iHBiuuie, matte It the best time to trav el. Two trains leave from Portland aally at 8:15 a, ui. 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 iu the east. 8end for rates and schedules of trains, aud do not purchase tickets until after consulting Boise & Barker, agents, Salem. Or. . ,. .. w lL Horlburt, Ass't Gen'IRisa, Agent, U. P., Portland, Or. AulriLi.,,,:... fflJ?AV?l,05lAHOUBB CORNER.- -? dreid MMin-dw WhMtteaVor. GOING TO THE NORTH POLE TO COOL OFF! Not nocoaaary ut all. You can gut Sitiiiiiior Coats nnd Vests in all styles and s zos and Balbriggiin underwoar To Keep You Cool AT TUB 0WE,l WMi STOR , SALEM, OREGON, 10 FASHION'S FANCIES. Women with delicate complexions and dark hair and eyes look ailmirablo in pink fabrics aud trimmings. Some of tho picturesque flower crown ed hats in empire, Sir Peter Lely and directoiro styles are triumphs of French art and gr.ice. Spanish effects and also Italian mix tures are on the special list of fashions this summer. In tho latter style of dress red of course prevails. Red silk gloves, which, strange to say, wero adopted last summer by many women who were otherwise noted for their unvarying and refined taste in tho minutest detail of their gowning, aro again on sale. Bridesmaids' costumes of white lace, trimmed with moiro ribbons, aro always becoming and exquisitely dainty, and white Lice hats trimmed with fine jew eled pins and white lace plaitings are worn with these gowns. Tho appearance of a few persons is im proved by tho addition of a ruff, but in spite of tho heated sea&on and notwith standing tho flowing negligee order of things in summer gowning tho ruff will be adopted because it is new. Pink figured surah silk, with full sleeves of pink summer satin, a rose niching of the same at the foot of the skirt and a Louis Quinze sash tied at tho back in full hows with very long ends describes some charming dresses just sent home to the prospective wearers. New York Evening Post. RAILROAD TIES. George Gould has admitted that the Grand Trunk was offered him, but at a figure beyond his calculations. James Graham, formerly an engineer on the Michigan Central, has been ap pointed master mechanic of the Clove land, Lorain and Wheeling, at Lorain, O. Another of the unprofitable lines in New Jersey has been abandoned by the Pennsylvania company. This time it is the Barnegat extension of the Long Beach railroad. The St. Paul has completed and is now nsing its double track between Chicago and Milwaukee. The construction work is equal to the best on tho line, 00 pound rails being used. The Pennsylvania is preparing to eqnip its big depot in Jersey City with an elab orate fire hydrant system that will do away with to a great extent the tedious labors of the fire brigade. If ex-President McLeod were to visit the Reading's general offices in Philadel phia, he would hardly recognize thorn, so many changes in tho fotce having been effected since his retirement. An Odd Occupation. Cincinnati has a mau who follows a unique vocation, of which he says: "A preacher hires me to wander about town and report to him little incidents or queer ideas that strike me. He takes these and weaves them into his sermons. For instance, a preacher who has a large congregation with much visiting to do could not, if ho wero so Inclined, visit all tho public meetings, the resorts of gamblers and drunkards, tho factories and tho slums of tho city. I am the eyes through whicli he sees these things, and using my information ho sneaks learn edly and intelligibly of all phases of life and sets his congregation a-wondering where ho geta time to see bo much. He Is thus enabled to interest every element in Ids comrretration." Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Latest Improved Goods and Lowwt Prices. N, W. Cor. State and Liberty Sti. SALEM, OREGON 1 Jackets To closo out wo are showing elegant lines of Outing FlannolB, All Wool Challies, Sateens, - Cotton (hallies, Lawns. Dim'ties, Pcngf Sills. WILLIS BROTHF.Rfi CO. good. WlU POST YOURSELF. Wo hae nil the latest strict) orTnbltti Soth J.j fnncr unci d nln miner nnd e n nlL the most fastidious. We have over 150 slylec toMrtm't from. Our pries rangfB irom oo up. li you only i.era a small truounlot paper cotnB and Bee bow much ire run give vou for five cents durlntr these uuii umeg. .- . . - i Patton Bros., IBooksellers and Stationers i 08 BTATK STREET. NEW ADVKKTIHKMKltTH. WANTKD. A rlrst class elrl to do boose wsrk Corner n inter and Ferry. 3 Mils PAPKIl U kepton file at K. C. Ditke'i . Advertising eency, HI and 65 Merchant xchange. Ban Francisco, California, where contract for advertising can be made for It. CHRISTIAN BC1ENOE Literature of 11 klndson sale at 326 Liberty street, 4-5-ly A TTKNTION.-Cami money paid for nxs, . bottles,old Iron and all kinds of mettli. uibo nines, ui 010. uouri iiouso, tHlem. 1-28-ly 1. TOLl'OLAR. ADVENTIST. Regular (Seventh Day Advent st servlcfs at old Unitarian Hall opposite orera house, 6a lera, Saturdays. Saboath ecbool at Ins. m., followed by Klbleieadiug and other servlrei. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 33 n. m. 6-K GUARDIAN'S SALE. NOTICK Is hereby given that by authority of an order Issued out of the Couniy Court of tbe ttate ot Orezon for the count! of Marlon, on the 5th day of June 189J, IH), as cruardlnu of 1 lie perrons and estate ol shei la Boone, Claude Boone and Emmelt lloone, minors, on Saturday, iho sotlt day of Augus, 1803, at the hour of 1 o'clock p.m. of said day, tell at public auction to tbe blehes blducr, sll the right, title and IntereM ot said hbcllj lloone In and to tbe said following described land, to-wit Thnt said real property cb lists of an undivided one h-lf lntero tinsna to tb following desonbed rt-al premises, to wit: Coinnonctnir at a po nl on the south boun dary line of lotff lu block tS as shown litW recorded plat of the city of Ea em, Msrlon o unty, Oregoi, 55 ftet westerly from the southeast corner of said lot 6 and runnlnf thence at right angles with said souih ud dary line northerly tn the north boundary llneol mid lot 5; thence westerly along "J north boundary line 55 feet; thence souther! at right angles to said north boundary line w tbe seutb boundary line of said lot 5 ih'?'. easterly along said south boundary line 55 tel to I he place of beginning. The 8lewtn be conducted at the we-tdoor of tbe County Couit House la Mar on county, Oregon, terms of ale. cash. A O. COMJIl, 7-27-5t Guardian of the above named minim- ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. NOTICE Is hereby elven that by author ty Of an oidr issued out of the lUD'f Courtof theHtnteor O'egonfor Marlon coun ty, on tilt 5lh day of June, l3,lUli,',; mlnlstratur of the estate ot l)uent.a Uooae, deceased, Baturday the 80th clay o' Augunt, 180S, at t o'clock of sa'd day, sell at publlnaucium to tbe highest bidder the right title anon terestofsald decedent In and to the following deg rlbed lands, to-wlt: Lou Nog. 5na hlmk Mi C, I. Mn.lliail.nl Mfirlnil COUniJ Oregon, aa oliown by the recorded pi tof,Jfi,( .Nonnuaiem, in tbe otpce or tue ! conveyances of sal.) U rlon county AM The sale will be conducted at the west flo or the countv Court House In Marlon county Oregon, terms of ka'p. cfth. , i,.ior f-Hi-aii -1,J BUAV,U"U"" at Cost) - - - SALEM, OIUJG0 U Uunkj nd Vte a iura1"