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i-MmtM- -w-mmm- jft n DOJK THE 1 IIS what more cool and light to wear than a Bilk, sateen, or Swiss Blouse Waist? Evidently many ladies agree with this, as our sales lately has been surprising. OUR LINE COMPRISES Pongee Bilk WalsU Surah " ' Dotted Swiss " Plain " " Baleen " French Flannel " Outing " " To be worn with thaw waists we Bhow the most complete and choicest line of Windsor t ea. wJ m gwy g,,, lat THE PALACE anddIhoegcompanyi 307 Commepcial Street. - IK - Xoa are going to balld or make any Kind of lmproremtat. call on the undersigned lor material. We have a complete stock, and are retdy to supply any prepared contract, sewer work, grading, etc. Salem Improvement Go. L0C4L DATES. Saturday, Aug. 5. State Dairymen's convention, court bouse, 10 a. m. Wbit Refused. Judge Burnett after bearing argument Wednesday afternoon at Chambers refused a writ of habeas corpus to Mrs. Duncan Roes for person of ber son, Wm. Hallle 8hel den. It was a suit forsecurlng custody of children growing out of a divorce. In 1889 Albert Sbelden r.nd bis wife, now Mrs. Duncan Rous of Howell prairie, were divorced. Their union .bad brought forth three children and when the decree was obtained no pro vision as to these children was made. Two of the chlldreu who were boys were taken In charge by Mr. Sheldon at the request of the mother and since that time they have been living with him at his farm noar Amity, Yamhill county. Hallle is tbo younger of the two. More About Banks. In an article In The Journal Wednesday proper distinction was not made between in corporated banks and piivate banks. Most of the bank failures in Oregon, that were not national batiks, have been Incorporated banking companies, where the liability Is limited to the .stock of the company. That was the case with Rled's at Portland, tho CJer vals and Sheridan banks, (not New borg.) They were not private banks, whore liability extends to ail the prop erty of tbo banker. There has been no failure of a private bank In Oregon ex cept at Lebanon and Corvailis, where (be managers borrowed tbo deposits. In national banks the bill-holders are ab solutely second, but depositors frequent ly lose. Jail Birds. At the rate that pet dogs, hens, etc, are disappearing in South Salem, tho peoplo in that neigh borhood will soon havo some new boarders for Supt Downing. Several that havo loot these pets have been maklug a still hunt and are about to "cloao tbo deal." A tine young bird dog disappeared a few weeks ago and that with tho po hen advertised in these columns have lately beeu beard from. If theso can bo returned the matter will be dropped. If not there probably will bo some arrests raado be fore long. o Marion County. All taxes for 1692, except about $5,000 out of J100, 000 In this county are collected, turned over to the treasurer, and Hgaln by him applied to warrants and state tax. Marlon county was tho first to pay the Btate In full of exact (05,633.01. The county Is a good deal (tetter of than It was a year ago. A few ot tho larger warrants aro being stamped. The county has about (30,000 warrants out at preeeut and no bonded debt what ever. Probate. in tba estato of Larz Harding, deceased, (lie bonds Mrs. Agues Harding as administratrix were filed and approved by the court. The sura is fixed at (60,000 and the sureties are M.aud N. Goodman, B. A. Natham F. A. Mangold, M, G.iulet, F. X. Matthleu, J.M. Thorn burg, J.U.Albert and J. M. ICeetio. The appraisers by the court are J. 11. Vaudale, John Marthay and V. Manning. AV Oui'lIAN. The big bridge at Ba Im to still full of holes and dangerous to travel. Both counties boo in to dls oialHa ownership or responsibility for tlM eondltlou of this (82,000 structure. It i clearly an orphan and the couuty court should appoint ft guardlau. Rmxu Estate. The financial de Midon ha alot put an eud to sales it MWfMrtjr. Peter J. Oerlg today tmaVirrri Iff 7. KatBlrfe Fruit farms. to JHi 01 for f WO. ....(). W. Wa4rtry 44 wife sold lot 6 Wood br trm ) to J. H, Kobb of Port- PERSONAL AND LOCAL. Rev. C. P. Hetzler went to Woodturn today. Governor Pen noyer and E. P.Thomp son were overland passengers for Port land this morning. Attend the Y. W. F. M. society' camp Are on F. R. Smith's lawn to morrow (Friday) evening. Ice cream and cake for 25 cts at the Gypsy camp fire and band concert on Friday evening. Antifermentlne saves fuel, working over a bot stove, aud expense for sugar. At Gilbert, Patterson & Cos'. Pure clean food and water makes Sbarpe's Jerseys give fine milk. Flour is not so cheap that it Is the staff of life and economy in every fami lyuse only "Pride of Oregon" from the balem flouring mills. In summer choice canned goods put on ice make a delicious dessert if first class. That is the only kind sold at Van Eaton's grocery. The old-fashioned grocer charged a grindstone ou bis books by drawing a cheese and marking a square bole through It. But the Little Nestucca full cream cheeses at Clarke & Eppley's grocery are never used for a grindstone Dr. Hauser went to Oregon City to day. Plumbing Contractor Dugan is at Portland today. Largo oblpments of Med ford, Or., peaches reach Salem daily. Mia May Kaiser has returned from Albany, where she visited ber uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cayanagh left yesterday for Nestucca, where they will remain for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Dr. J. C. Smith and children are at Jefferson, where they will remain for some time. Tho doctor will join them next week. Dr. Clara M. Davidson, formerly of Lebanon, has returned from a trip through the East and located in Salem to practice. H. S. Lewis was called to his home at Corvailis yesterday owing to the Ill ness of bis little daughter, Connie. Leslie O. Hunter, of Wells, Fargo & Co's express Is now having a weeks' vacation. Thos. 8. Reynolds of Port laud Is temporarily filling the position. W. R. Elllsand wife, of Grand Rondo went to Salem last Saturday. Mr. El lis will return home soon, and Mrs. El Us will remain in 8alem a fow weeks visiting. Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Townsend, of Sa lem, came out Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. Townseud's father. Mls( Gebhardt, of Dayton, a guest of theirs ucoompanind them. Perrydale Patriot. E. T. Hatch and family, ot fircCoy, are In Salem. Mrs. II. B. Cosper, of Dalles, Is visit ing friends lu Salem. No wblto man ever married a China woman; but there have been plenty of white women to marry Chinamen. Pull this to pieces and think about. Al bany Democrat, Of counte, no wblto man would, nut of respect for tbo Geary law. Wblto men, however, Just live with them out of sympathy, we sup pose. 2,6000,000 logs from the MoKeuzIe riv er havo been passing Albany on their way to Salem. TheOregonlan uevordlsoovored thst Salem gave Stephenson a reception nor that Governor Pennoyer made a speech. Wires down ? Mis. I. L, Pattersou and family went to Newport today to camp by the sea shore. Mrs. A. Hewitt of Barlow, an aced aud decrepit lady, was brought to tho asylum today, Mrs. M. E. Wilson, a patient at the asylum, aud Mrs. Savage went to New- lort today, Mrs. Wilson is very much Improved. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Btapletou, and Carrie aud Hoy left for Newport today. They camp at Big Creek, J. M. Wallace, of the Salem Water Co.. and Dr. Black of the Willow Farm, departed for a few weeks at Foley UfllUgB. JCVJCWJUNO (JAlUTAJj ANOTHER STREET PAVED. A( Least, Thai fs.tlioOrder of (he City Council CEiTER STREET MUDHOLES MUtf ISO! The City Council Means Business In Pushing Street Work. At the meeting of the city council last night It was decided that Center street will bo the next that will be Im proved. Tbe council decided to give it a coat of gravel and the necessary curbing and gutters. Councilman Klein made a motion that the city engineer and city attor ney prepare plans and specifications and also give notice that Center street will bo improved from tbo east Bide of Commercial street to the eastern boun dary of the city. Albert moved an amendment that High street from Mill on tbe north of 8tate street, be included. Lafore thought that tne property h rid er on Center street could not stand tbe Improvement owing to tbe present stringency. Others claimed that tbe city was Into the street work and that not only Center but other streets should be Improved. If tbe Center street people do not want the charge all tbey bave to do is to get up a remonstrance to that effect, with at least one-balfof the names of the res idents along that highway appearing there. That will stop further pro g ess, according to the new char ter. Again, if the improvement is done any property holder thereon, if he feels so disposed, can allow his assess ment to run six years by simply pay ing the interest at 6 per cent per an num. The ordinance authorizing the city to enter into a contract with Archie Ma son for tbe Improvement of State street tor (8,427.05 was reported favorably by tbe ordinance committee and upon being read a third time was passed un animously. Cross brought up tbe matter of tbe sanding of Commercial and State streets. To a question of Councilman Klein concerning tbe delay in this work Mr. Mason said that he intended to begin Monday on tbe remainder of the sanding and hurry it through as fast as possible. An adjournment was then taken un til next Tuesday night the time for the first regular meeting in August. Cut Rates. Save 58 or 68 cents, by buying a round trip excursion ticket to Portland or East Portland over tbe Southern Paciflo, good for thirty days. Senator Jeff. Myers and Dr. Annlce Jeffreys wont to Idabna today. Tbe Dr. will return Monday. Mr. andMra. WilllamFeidtreturned from a few days' visit at Portland. Miss Blanobe Albert is home from a week at Portland. One drunk and one hobo got five days each today at the recorder's court Masters Mitchell and Jackson were toduy flued (5.00 apiece for driving their cows througb tbe streets of tbe city. Tbey will hereafter lead. 8upt Martin has orders to leave the first line string of flsh caught in any of the water mains at the Journal office. Tho Starr grocery store on Chemeke- ta street near 12tb, was yesterday closed by tbe sheriff to eatisfy the pay ment of a chattel mortgage on the stock held by R.J. Fleming for (160. Tbe material will bo sold on Monday, August 7. The will of the lato Louis Kuhn, made on Jaly 20, 1892, was yesterday tiled In tbe couuty recorder's office. Tbe testator bequeathed all to his wife, Louise Kuhn, and sho was named as tbe executrix. Miss Lou Maxwell and Miss Dora Owen of Napa, Cat., wbo are visiting at R. B, Caunon's, this city, inspected tbe Cbamawa Indian school tbe other day. Hops are steady iu New York. Tho case of W. E. Baxter vs. Leltzel & lloguo, an action to recover (20.10, was settled iu City Recorder Edts' court yesterday by Leltzel &Hogue paying tbo debt. Tbe Llun couuty National bank that fal'ed Is to be re-organlzed and opened for business by fall. One uunurea squirrel scalps were cashed up for by tbe county clerk today. DSPRICE'S (HOt . Tbeoriy pure Creisa of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; NoAteat. Um ia Millie f Hoai 40 Years & Stawlui JOURNAL, TIITJB9DAY, JULY 27, 18U3. A SCENE FBOK HEAL LIT!!. Dboreo Salt, Lawyer, Woman Soma Money, Etc These were the component parts of a domestic tragedy, one act of which was carried out at tbe Southern Pad Do pas senger depot this morning. Tbe per lies arrived yesterday on tbe California overland aud bought tickets for Port land. Tbe two men, one an elderly lawyer, the other a young man who looked as If he had been monkeying with several distinct species of buzz saw, tho matrimonial one included, got into the forward scats of tbe smoker. The woman climbed Into tbe rear seat of tbe day coach. Tbe parties Id repose seemed to want to get as far apart as possible. In action the wom an shadowed tbe men very closely. She was a solid looking brunette, with a battle-axe style of nose, rather hand some, inclined to embonpoint and a hustler generally. They would not talk only among themselves. A reporter asked blm if he was an architect bidding on tbe re form school. He was not. He looked iia if be would like to own an interest In a penitentiary and bave tbe say as to who should be put Into it. The woman was unapproachable to a reporter. By worming among hotel runners, porters, expressmen, and de pot loafers it was learned tbe blond youDg man dressed in stylish brown clothes had been engaged in several al terations with tbe pretty determined looking woman in blue. They bad been married two years. He had con' slderable money. Wanted a divorce. She would not lee blm go without share of bis pile. He called ber a de signing woman. The lawyer, she said, was for separating them. She seemed a match for both. Tbe woman evidently was fightlog ber battle singlehanded against a law yer and a discarded husband with pile of money. It is to be hoped she will prove a match for tbe three worst things a woman ever bad to contend with when united against ber. The Mythological Fates. "Somewhere noon the unknown shore. Where the stream of life their waters pour, There au mree auiera, evermore Weaving a silken thread'" Lovers of classic paintings are famil iar witb that famous group, called tne "Three Fates." Fate seems cruel when it deprives women and girls of health, But In Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescrip lion they find a cure of untold value for nervous prostration, sick neauacne, bearlmr-down pains, bloating, weak stomach, introversion, retroversion, and nil those excrutlating complaiuts that make their lives miserable. All who use it oraise It. It coutains no hurtful ingredients and is guaranteed to give satisfaction In every case, or its price, (1.00, will be refunded. HE GAINED HIS PBEEDOM. But Has Lost the Affections of His Wife Forever. To the following record in the office of the executive hangs a bit of a tale: W. W. Ward, who was sentenced to a term of three years and four months in tbe penitentiary for assualt witb a dangerous weapon In Clatsop county was granted a full pardon by Governor Pennoyer on recommendation of tbe judge and jury that tried him. Mrs. Ward has labored Incessantly to procure a pardon for her husband. She has travelled to procure testimony, la bored witb officers and courts, and at last achieved her triumph, when she secured the pardon papers and was driven in a back to the prison. She banded Ward tbe pardon through the bars of the state prison and said in a cool veice: "That sets you free. But I never want to see your face again." She turned almost fainting, rushed out of tbe prison to a carriage, and was driven to Turner just in time to catch the train. Ward boarded the same train at dalem for tbe East. Mrs. Ward Is a fine looking woman and bis sentence was tbe result of a shooting affair over Mrs. Ward. Summer Weakness And that tired feeling, loss of appetite and nervous prostration are driven away by Hood's Sareaparllla, like mist before tbe morniug sun. To realize tbe benefit of Ibis great medicine, give it a trial and you will join tbe array of en thusiastic; admirers of Hood' Sarsap arllia. Sure efllclent.easy-Hood'a Pills. They stiouio tw m everv travellers grip ana every family medicine cheat. U5o a box. NEW TO-DAY. Macimsk Oil. Farniarc, buy your oils at tho Bluo Front, and save It, per cent. dw A good choice huue to m on eay term. Will tnko carpenter work In part payment. O. M. Bceler. tf. Lost. Bet of gold bends. Finder will please leave at this office, and re ceive reward. Wanted. Position by experienced young colored man, as hotel, store, bank porter, or work In store or drive express wagon. Enquire at this office. 7 25 3t Teachers' Examination. Notice is hereby given that the regular quar terly examination of teachers for Mar ion county will be held at the court bouse, Salem, Oregon, at one o'clock, Wednesday, Aug. 0, 1803. Applicants for state papers will be examined at tbo same time and place. Dated this 2-1 th day of July, 1803. J. B. Graham, County Supt. of Schools. 7-24d-lw-w2t Economize in Paper. Clean newspapers, lied in bundles of 100, not cut, for sale at Ibis office at fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy Btraw wrapping paper, large sbeetB, two cents a pound. Next door to tbe postofllce. Stockholders' Meeting. Notice Is hereby given that the an nual meeting of tb? stockholders of the Capital Consolidated Gold and Sliver Mining Company, of tbe city of Salem, Oregon, will be held in tbe office of tbe rompauy, on tbe second Thursday, tbe 10th day of August, 1893, al 3 o'clock p. m., for tbe election ot directors aud such other business of may come before tbe meeting. J. H. Haas, Secy. Salem, July 20, 1893. 7:19-d-2w A RARE OPPORTUNITY. Tbe Trask River Toll Road, with fur nished bote) and farm, at its western gate, in Tillamook county, title cleai aud renting for (600 to (1000 a year- can be secured now, in exenange for productive city property, or a good farm in thp Willamette valley. In quire of N. W. G. at residence of B. C. Ward, 18th street, near Court, Salem, Oregon. 7-7-dw lm Contractors and Builders. Sealed proposals will be received at tbe governor's office until 2 p. m. Mon day, August 7, 1893, and opened imme diately thereafter, for erection and com pletion of two cottages and a congre gated dining ball, which are to be erected at the O. S. I. A. cottage farm. Plans and specification can be seen ai tbe office of Clias. Burggraf, architect. A certified check of (100 must accom pany each bid as a guarantee to furnish satisfactory bonds. Tbe right is re served to reject any or all bids. Sylvester Pennoyer, Geo. W. MoBride, Phil Metschan, 7-25-tf Board of Trustees. DOWN GO THE EATES1 Tbe Union Pacific now leads witb re duced rates to eastern points, and their through car arrangements, magnific ently equipped Pullman and Tourist sleepers, free reclining chair car and fast time, make it the best time to trav el. Two trains leave from Portland daily at 8:45 a, m. 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 tbe east Send for rates and schedules of trains, and do not purchase tickets until after consulting Boise & uaruer, agents, uaiem, yr. WIJ. Hurlburt, Asa't Gen'IRass. Agent, U. P., Portland, Or. Before Going to the Wo; Id's Fair Enquire About The Limited Express trains of the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway between St. Paul and Chicago and Omaha and Chicago. -These trains are vestlbuled, .electric lighted and steam heated, witb tbe Qu est Diuing and Sleeping Car Service In the world, Tbe Electric reading light in each berth is the successful novelty of this progressive age. and is hichlv nnnrwinr- ed by all regular patrons of tbiH line. We wish others to know its merits, as the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail way Is the oulv line in the wmt nlnv. ing the exclusive use of this patent. For further information apply to nearest coupon ticket agent, or address vy. tf. iuvx, vjeuerai Ageut, J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt. 225 Stark St., Portland, Or. tf Senator 6tourord'a Regard For IIli Iloreef. In employing men to work at Palo Alto the lato senator gave them the most strict orders. They were told never to strike, kick or whip a horse, and his in- strnctions to bis men were: "Always do a thing a little better than anybody else, and yon will succeed. When you han dle a horse, treat him a little better than any one else. When you breed a horse. breed him to a little better stock each time," It was in this way that Stanford revo lutionized the horse breeding of the coun try. Ho nover allowed ono of his men to ill use a horse, and they knew it There is nover noiso or blows around the Palo Alto stables, and the horses are never frightened. To show his feeling toward his horses tho late Henry Vrooman once told of an occurrence when he was din-; Ing with Senator Stanford. Just after tho dinner one of tho driven insisted I that he must 6ee the senator, He was usnerea in, witn blood over his face, wuicu was 'VL0 "Jo knocked mo Plained the man. referring to , down," ex one of the -v " "wrut did you dor asked the senator, Sliv,m2Iw,n'm .,, .out you must hare dono somethinc. I want the truth." persisted the senator! "I kicked a horse, and John Imrv.vt , me down," said the man. Those were John's instructions, and I thjdidJnatrighV'saidthewaator.l "tm tt KEEP PUSHING A HEAD IS THE WAY TO SUCCEED, and wlrlo wo aro Pushing a Head we will puBh n lot of Bargains to tho front in tho way of ALL WOOL HOME CLOTHING AT THE MADE SALEM, Supreme Court. The court has nearly completed its busluesa for tho summer vacation. One case set for to day was put over to tbe fall terra. Herring Vanderwall of Baker county, age 39 years, first attack was brought to tbe asylum today. A deputy and two guards brought E. 8. Mabaffy, two years for forgery and G. Smith, two years for burglary to the pen today. Color In the World' Fair BoUdlngi. The choico of an "off white" for the basis of the decorative plan of the fair was in the last degreo felicitous prima rily because it offers tho best field for the animating wizardry of the sun and because it shows to the best advantage the beauties of architectural and sculp tural ornament with 'which the build ings have been enriched, but also be cause it gives better relief than any other tone could give to the floating gonfalons on the cornices, to the turf, to tho floral decorations everywhere, to the vegeta tion in the lagoon and finally to the stream of pedestrians which moves cease lessly beneath the shadow of the mam moth buildings. Just because it does give such strong relief to any darker tints coming into contact with it, it is important for such of tho latter as are comprehended in the painted decoration to be manipulated with taste. I think they have been, iq the main, in tbe buildings on the Court of Honor. In that one of them, for exam ple, which stands as the head and front of the exhibition the Administration building tho glimpses of color caught between tho columns of the loggia in the second stage of the composition are of a character to heighten perceptibly the ef fect of the tonal scheme end yet remain in the subordinate position which bo longs to tho recessed walls on which the decoration is laid. This wall is painted a dull red. Seen from the ground, tho roof of the loggia throws a deep shadow behind the columns supporting it, but so largo in scale is the building that even at a dis tance the color actually counts and is as 'distinct a factor in the beauty of the structure as are tho white surfaces from the ground to tho wall above the loggia or the gilded splendor which thence up to the crown of the dome is the most dazzling mark on the horizon. Royal Cortissoz in Century. A MUtake Somewhere. Willis (lighting a cigar) As a rule, the last half of a cigar is always bad. Wallace Then you mnst be smoking that one backward. Brooklyn Life. There is more catarrh in this section of tbe country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few .years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease, and pre scribed local remedies, and by constant ly failing to cure with 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 the only const!, tutional cure on tbe market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on tbe blood and mucous surfaces of tbe system. Tbey offer one hundred dol lars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Ad dress, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Bold by druggists, 75o. Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices. ' N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Sis. SALEM, OREGON. - GIvOVBS JSi'k Gloves and Mitts 1 5. t i nn n imir Lo Bon Ton, celebrated guaranteed kid $1.50 a pair Other kid fflovea Wn f A9.9S n..i -r 1 m . . motion, .Laaie, laiieta and Jersey Ulovea all prices Men'8 hafc and working gloves 50 to $1.25 1 ..: i . 1 1 . "w" w JJnvinff gloves, dress gloves, pai tj gloves and mitts, 4 WILLIS BROTHERS O: COWfXR, " of Mrpots, CTEa i- la KtBTiStSr .H.J'ftJJ vg&STN. OREGON, BEHT IJS TME WORLD. That U a ttroncr ezDrcsslon but not s bit . . -. . . . -i muftiron? ior ineourrjOBA wn vish in ij penoe our elegant slot-tor ... - . . - . i - - TINTKD WKlriNQ PAPER nd there are no other wnrd that will 1r It BO well. That's our onlninn nnrt vnn'l nlnk fo too when -von have swn tham. r ron Wish to ba In ktvle we wrmlrl nrlvl you 10 get some or m paper from m. on mu our ii in ouiK or lameis. we alwsyt have tbe very latest In wntlne raneraslt :vAuica uuu PATTOIY BROTHERS, The Live Yoan? R'mkellers. 8 8TATK STREET. A ROYAL FLUSH. Emperor William is well grounded in classical and current French and is a great reader of French poets. The "baby king" of Spain has ceased to amuse and entertain his subjects by his infantile graces and has become a weakly and uninteresting child. The queen never returns to Balmoral without at once inquiring how all her tenants are, and if they aro ill the in quiry is at onco followed by a present of fruit, which is continued until there is no longer need of it A charter of liberties granted by King John to the barons has just been discov ered. It is supposed to date from 1218. If so, it is older than magna charts, which was signed at Rnnnymede, near Windsor, June 15, 1215. A drawing of Charles Ts head in St John's college, Oxford, presents at a short distance the appearance of en graved, lines, but on close inspection these lines aro found to contain the Psalms, Creed and tho Lord's Prayer. The shah's favorite wife is named An izeh Dooulct She was a woman of lowly origin, but bright, intelligent and courageous. She has never tried to meddle with politics, but has made it her one object in life to please and at tract her royal husband. Her income is $60,000 a year. NKW ADVXRTISKMKNT8. LOMT COW.-Stntyed from the grarlnit herd near tbe Fair Ground, a apotted cow with the tips or her borai rawed off Anyone returning; her to my residence will he a ff o tonly rewaided. Leo, wiliu. July 27. 1833 730 CHRISTIAN fCIENCE-Llterature fclnda on aale at 828 Liberty street. of all 4-4-ly A TTENTIONj-Cath J bottlea.old Imn , tnrtMov tM tnr raf. bottles, old iron and all kinda of metals, alao hldea, at old Court flow. Half m MMy l.TOLPOLAR ADVENTIST. ,5tt.Ur8eTenthD',JrAdYent'it aervteea at old unitarian Hall opposite opera home, Ba vum wur'an. naDoam scnooi at to a. followed by Illble i eadlor and other aervlem. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:80 n, m. 6-27 : -" v"'-w & CO. IALXM. ORXGOW. U etottw, latstoyi mm UaoktMM, at i tf'-Jr THIS PAIER la kept on file at JE. O. Dake' AdvertUlne Agency, 81 and 65 Merchant! Exchange. Ban Kranchv-o, California, whew oontrae'aforadvertlnlnecan he made for It.