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J2T.E2TCNG CAPITAL JOUBNAL, WEDNESDAY, ATJCHJSO 2, 1893 HlllUlll I M GREAT CLEARANCE SAL For 30 Days. ALL DRESS GOODS INCLUDED. Call and Get Prices. Our two fine presents will be given away September 1st. TH PALACE 307 Commercial Street. - IK - Vou are going to build or mike any Und of Improvement, c.U oa tin undenlgucd lor material. We have a complete stock, and are ready to supply any prepitod contract, sower work, grading, etc. Salem Improvement Co. LOCAL DATKS. Saturday, Aug. 5. State Dairymen's convention, court houBe, 10 a. m. Nkw Teachlks. A number of the towns have mode tuolr selections of teachers for the ensuing school year and the following are some of the ap ap eointments: Wootlburn D. W.Yoder principal, Hisses Carrie D. Woodrum, Mabel Janes, Etta Lewis and Ida Mills assistants; Btayton, J. II. Geddis; Turn er, J. E. Eastham late deputy county assessor; Silverton, A. L. Brlggs, form erly of Btayton; Gervals, J. M. McCol lum, editor of the Gervals Star, assisted by Miss Minnie Wade; Marion, J. M. Wlnslow; Aumsvllle, P. M. Deach; Bubllmity, Wn. Lodger wood;Macleay, O. W. Barr; Aurora, Arthur Winches and Miss Emma Cole as assistant; Hub bard, W. W. Hall assisted by Miss Ida Goudy; Capital Fruit Farm school east of Salem, J. J. Kraps. Off Foil Idahna. Tho following named persons loft tne depot this morning on the B. P. train fur Albany, where they tako tho cars of tho Oregon Paolflo for Idahna Park, the present terminus of tho O. P. road, iiitendlug to camp for some two or three weeks: Mrs. Eugene Broymaii, Mrs. Win. England, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland ami family, Judgo and Mrs. Geo. II. Rtirnett, Mrs. M.N. Chapman nud daughter, Mrs. Claud Gatch and son, Dr. and Mrs. Cuslok, Miss Anna Younger, Mr. nud Mrs. Wm. Brown and family, and Mr. und Mrs. Werner Broyman. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wnlto will follow tomorrow. Hors. Hops aro growing rapidly, burrs uro forming; the arms are II no and healthy. There Is a remtirKable nbsenco of any llco in most counties, though in n few suctions they aro mi Ill clout to warrant spraying; if they are not mora numerous before the closo of tho present week, it. can safely bo ex pected that thero will belittle damage dono by tho llco this year. w iii The Ouimian Biiidok. That Is a de-. light fill state of tiiluirs in this couuty, with an 182,000 bridge on its hands und horecH fulling through every day and nothing dono to make tho bridge safe. Au Individual guilty of neglect on so largo u scale would have a receiver ap pointed or a commission would inquire Into his salnity. As Polk county waives all ownership In the big bridge, Marlon should ussumo coutrol and llx It up. FouTiiNBcnoor.. Rov, J. H. Boork goes on a trip on tho West Bide, hold lug quarterly mootlngs und building up tho luterests of Willamette univer sity. He spoko twice at Dnyton last week and Dean Ilauaee of tho Wom an's college delivered her lecture on Education with great power uud eilect. Both uro doing good work. Accidknt, In moving a sufu to tho now location of the Oregon Laud Co,, this afternoon, iv plank broke and the cement walk was hurt somo. A boy od h bicycle nearly got under It. Small damage. CONQKKSS May Thy To establish free trade, but no one will ever have n freer trade or otio more thoroughly mU Wctory, than J, A. Vau Eaton, the grocer, baa now. I. Goon Fmin Tho Oregon Fruit A Produce Co. will buy all w good Bhlp. ping varlollw In tho WIHumotte valley. Bee them. w i Laroknv N, A. Foster, of Gervals wm commuted to tho county Jail from arvl today, charged with larceny by bailee. BkakSoamv-A. O. Murray brought It bnr wJp In from Silver Creek Falls kvod tMurctf 93.00, pi J i DRY GOODS AND SHOE COMPANY PERSONAL AND LOOAL. Shame's Jersey Dairy delivers the finest milk in the city. John McCoy has.returned to the city from a tour of bridge contracting oyer several counties. He is one of the old est and most successful bridge builders In Oregon. Chris. Zimmerman has forty acres of wheat south of Salem that be thinks will yield forty bushels to the acre. At 60 cents a bushel that will yield 600. It ought to be $1600. Preparations are nearly complete for work on the new city hall to begin. S. T. Hbbart has made final settle ment in the estate of Geo. Woolen. For wakefulness, weakness or lack of energy take lmmous .Liver Regulator. Business meeting of the Christian church young people tonight, L. M, Heln., the tailor, has returned from his visit to Germany. Tho county commissioners' court of Marlon county will meet In regular term for August on next Wednesday, August 0. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McNary and Misses Nina, Mattle, Ella McNary left this morning for a camping excursion in the Santlam country. Their post o 111 co will be Heath, in the Elkuoru valley. If you are melancholy or down with the blues you need Blmmous Liver Reg ulator. Silas Howard, tho housemover, has been laid up with a slight fuver but is better. Mr. aud Mrs. A. N. Gilbert nnd son went to Newport today. Mrs. H. A. Thomas and Miss Wood tngton went to Newport today. Mrs. Win. Andrews and family went to the seashoro nt Yaqulna today. About half the town went to Idahna todoy. The men will go Suturduy. Miss Mattle Mclutyro leaves for the seashore at Newport today. Governor Pennoyer has gone to Port laud and State Treasurer Metschau is in solo charge of tho government. Tho streets aro beiug sanded. Mm. W. T. Gray and children and Miss Mary Chodwink went yesterday to Rose Crossing on tho Oregon Pacitlc railroad In ttio Cascado mountains. Order tho Daily Mail Jouiinai. to your summer resort for n week or a month at 2-5 els. a month. Misses Jeunle Gray and Laura Shaw were part of a mountain camping party bound for Jeilorson today. J. F. T. Brontano, U. B. Indian agent nt Warm Springs, was in the city today. Nervousness Is from dyspepsia. Take Simmons Liver Regulator aud be cured. One drunk got live days of tho city recorder today. Judgo N. W. Garrotsou returned from Inspection of his Trosk River toll load. He Bays ho was on top of tho coast range Saturday and it was 02 In the shade. A mouth ngo thero were great fields of snow nt the Bummlt House two feet deep. Gardons planted near snowbanks now look flue. He says Tillamook la rebuilding rapidly and two good hotels are already up. Insurance money Is being all used In rebuilding better than before. ThkOnkCent Daily Is the great hard times feature of Buleru Journalism What surprises people most is that It ha-the latest and most news of any paper and yet Is so phenomeually cheup. Balkm Solid. Salem remains un shaken by tho financial disturbance. Collections have been slow in somo Hues nnd there la not much money In circulation among the people. The people who lavo not much In the hanks are short when tho collector sees tliom. The Idler who has nothing and who wants excltemout not numer ous enough hero to start a run on a. bank if there was otio that a run could be made on. But business people are all meeting their bills promptly., Oue merchant nays he is prepared to extend credit to bis customers fur three months JlfUiey "want It, , BUSINESS MEN BANQUETTED. . '' San Francisco fioard of Trade Shown Over tho City. Great surprise was manifested by the Ban Frauclsco delegation when tbey were shown the extent and niagiflcence of the beautiful capital city. ' After arriving they were escorted over the city and suburbs id carriages. The arrangements for their entertain ment were very complete and the com mittee composed of Messrs. Wagner, Klein and Gray deserve credit for hav ing made the affair very successful. The party returned to the Hotel Wil lamette where a banquet Was given at 7:30. "THE 'FUISCANS. The parly was composed of the fol lowing members of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, besides many other merchants: E E. Whalcy, R. W. Mastlck, John Featberstone, H. Weudt Jas. L. Elsasar, A. Stetson, A. Corri gan, J. Willner, L N. Tryon, Webster Jones, H. M. Hiuemau, L. Hlrsch, 3. Waterman, J. P. Blunt, J. Figenbaura, A. Walter, H. Coon, E. O. Bethen, A. Sachs, Nelson C. Hanks, H. Fisliback, alsoE. D. Crawford, representing the San Francisco Call, and W. C. Qulmby aud W. H. Murray, oftheSau Frun cisco Journal of Commerce, Most of these men were younger part ners of old bouses and about ten repres ented junior Interests In bouses worth their millions. They were a very flue body of men. THE HOME QUESTS of the Salem Board of Trade were in terspersed wifb tbe visitors. President H. W. Cottle of tbe Salem board of trade presided at tne head of tbe table with Mayor Claud Gatch at his right and P. S. Knight at the opposite end. Among tbe Salem business men pres ent were E- M. Waite, C, B. Moores, M. 8. Skill, E. P. Spalding, F. S. Dear born, Geo. L. Buskett, I. L. Patterson, Wm. Brown, A. Klein, Geo. B. Gray, J. G. Wr'gbt, H. P. Keller, E. Hofer, E. C. Patton, P. H. D'Arcy, J. H. Al bert, John Hughes, uud others. President Cottle presided in a happy and dignified manner. The speeches were short aud evinced good feeling throughout. The elegant dinner was perfect in all respects and won the highest complimonts. A Battle for Blood Is what Hood's Sarsapaiilla vigorously fights, and it is always victorious in ex pelling all tbe foul taiuts and giving the vital fluid the quality aud quantity of perfect health. It cures scrofula, salt rheum, bolls and all other troubles caused by impure blood. Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. 25c. Rent by mall on receipt of price by C. I. Hood & Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. i)ij;u. DECKER. At Portlaud hospitul at 4 o'clock on Monday afternoon, July 31, 1893, Mrs. Mary E. Decker. Deceased was aged 53 years, G months and 24 days. She was born in Lancas ter, England. Her surviving husband is a resldeut of West Salem, The de ceased bad been sick a number of years, aud went to Portland for a surgicial op eration, which resulted in her death. Tho funeral took place today (Wed nesday), at the I. O. O. F, cemetery, from the 11:17 o'clock train. STEEVES At his home in Salem, Weduesday, Aug. 2, 1803, at 10 u. m. Aaron Steeves, age CO year, of mental decline. Deceased came to Salem In 1870 and established a bakery on Court street. Ho leaves a wife und four children, two sons In Salem. He was a membtrof the Baptist church. There will be a brelf service over tho remains at Rig don & dinger's uucortaklng rooms Thursday at 3 p. in. Funeral by elec triocar to Rural cemetery.. The Elwood will make only one or two more trips this season to Portlaud. Ex-Mayor P. H. D'Arcy Is at New port for a few weeks. Why His Wife is "Fidgety." I huYO the best cook In tbe town, Whose bread Is delicious and white; llorcolt-c is fragran and brawn, Her mstrr u perfect dellsht. mil me uauy oouipiain oi lue .. ..- -i T. - worry they uriMg She's my own thing 1 darling wife, but a fldgcty Your wife Is worn out, and needs Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, the ouly medlclue guaranteed to cure debilitated women. How many overworked Amer ican wotueu wo see with lack-luBtre eyos aud haggard faces, growing old be fore their time, from those exhausting ailmenU that men know nothing of. They can be permanently cured by this remedy, as nuiuuenew graieiui women I attest. Price refunded, 1 It falls to IUte B"11"0 I "Wm. " wue wrapper. fipdltt Baking USJSPewdei: The only Pure Cream of Tartar rowdcr. No Ammonia; No Alma. Uftd in Millions of Homes 40 Years Um Staatkri The Custom of the Country la to give a fair trial to articles present ed for popular approval and then to testify to the merits of tbe beat. Tried by this standard, tbe best external rem. edy known to both the medical frater nity and the general public la the All cock's Porous Plasters, It fair trial baa extended over a period of more than thirty years. In all that time it has never failed in remedial and early ef fect. There is no experiment about It. Buyers of Allcock's Porous Plasters take no chance. They are getting standard goods which have been known and proved for a generation. Their composition and Ingredients have never been equalled in any imitation plaster. The people know this. They have found a true friend in Allcock's Porus Plaster. Other so-called porous plasters are feeble imitations of the genuine. They may, now and then, be soUl to the unwary, but experience and use soon show their worthless character. For all purposes wherein a plaster is re quired Allcock's is tbe only one that is worth buying or trying, This is not tbe unsupported assertion of the man ufacturers (they need no such factitious aid to popularise their remedy), but the voluntary and hearty testimony of the living monand women who have had a personal experience of disease and their cure. The "custom of the coun try" has put Allcock's Porous Plaster at tne neaa or external remedies, ana there it will stay, for tbe simple reason that it Is thoroughly good, safe.su re and soeedy in action. What more could be asKeav ask your aruggist lor au cock's and accept no other. Sec'y Vt'etberbee and Jaa- Kyle start ed for Independence Valley this morn ing. Women with pale, colorless laces, who feci weak; and discouraged, will receive both men tal and.bodlly vigor by using Carter's Iron Pills, which are made for the blood, nerves and complexion. "Smart Weed and Belladonna, combined with the other ingredients used In the-bext po rui plasters, make Carter's B. W. B, Jack aohe Plasters the beat in tne market, Price ii oenU. Dyspepsia In Its worst forms will yle'd to the ubh of Carter's Little Nerve Pills, aided by Carter's L'ttle Liver Pills. They not only rc lie e present distress but strengthen th stomach and digestive apparatus. FASHION'S FANCiES. English serge dresses for the beach are in colors of tan, brown, marine blue and neapolitan red. Yellow is a color that appears to be growing more and flora in favor, espe cially in the domain, of millinery, Very many tourists brides included wear traveling costumes of tweed, Somo of the summer tweeds are exceedingly light and are as cool as cambric. Plain brown and dove colored alpacas for traveling and morning dresses have Eton jackets open over cherry red silk blouses, with capes en suite' lined with red surah. Imported outing cloths.light of weight, smooth surfaced, and thus pleasant tq tho touch, are this season preferred for mountain and seaside dresses to the more woolly flannels so long in use. Blazers and reefers are made of white duck, piquo and linen sacking. Skilled dressmakers givo these jackets nil the fine finish nnd style that is imparted by tho tailor and at considerably less cost. Handsome tailor gowns for yachting and tenuis, and likewise for general uses, aro made of imperial summer serge, hopsacking and Scotch homespun severally. They aro lined with shot surah. Handsome toilets of silk, muslin, French organdie, etc, aro trimmed on the bottom of the skirt with fan plaited lace ruches or lapped, lace edged frills of the goods, with lightly twisted ribbon ond standing empire bows as a heading. Now York Evening Post. POSTOFFICE ANNALS. 1080 A military post was established between Paris and the cities of France to transmit orders and intelligence. Pri vate letters might be carried by the mes sengers on paymont of about $25. 1031 Charles I issued a proclamation commanding "his postmaster of England for foreign parts to settle a running post or two, to run night and day between Edinburgh nnd Loudon, to go thither and come back again in six days." 1632 William Frizell and Thomas Witherings were in this year appointed foreign postnnibters by Charles I. 1035 Regular postal communications by stago and horse existed at this time between London and most of the largo cities of England, Scotland and Ireland. 1CSC Charles I commanded the post master for foreign parts to open a. regu lar communication by horse posts be. tween London and many other large cit ies. Tho rates of postage were fixed i Oue letter under 80 miles, 2d. sunder 140 miles, 4d.; above that distaneo in Eng land, 0d.; to Scotland, 6d. 1613 An enlarged London postofllco built and postal facilities greatly ex tended, 1657 Post routes still farther extend ed, us stated in tho act, "to benefit com merce, convey tho publio dispatches and as tho best means to discover and pre vent many dangerous wicked designs against the commonwealth by the in spection of tho correspondence." St. Louis Globe-Democrat PRICE'S NEW TO-DAY. Visit the Fair, 108 Court street. Teachers' Examination. Notice la hereby given that the regular quar terly examination of teachers for Mar ion county will be held at the court bouse. Salem. Orecon. at one o'clock Wednesday, Aug. 9, 1893. Applicant for state papers will be examined at tbe same time and place. Dated this 24tb day of July, 1893. J. 8. Grnham, County tiupt. of Schools. 7-24U-1 w-w2t Oregon Peaches. I nm receiving daily Southern Oregon peaches for sale cheap by box. Also on hand fresh tomatoes green corn and huckleberries, John G. Wright. Economize in Paper. Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of 100, not cut, for sale at this office at fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents a pound, Next door to the postoflice. tf Notice to Farmers. Please take notice that tbe Salem Flouring Mills Co., are prepared to fur nish sacks this eoasou as has been their custom in past years. Salem Flouring Mills Co. H. B. Holland, manager. 8-1 d w. Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of tbe stockholders of the Capital Consolidated Gold and Silver Miniug Company, of the city of Salem, Oregon, will be held In tbe oflice of the company, on tbe second Thursday, the 10th day of August, 1893, at 3 o'clock p. m., for the election of directors and such other business of may come before the meeting. J. H. Haas, Sec'y. SALEAf, July 20, 1803. 7:19-d-2w A RARE OPPORTUNITY. The Trask River Toll Road, with fur nished hotel and farm, at its western gate, in Tillamook county, title cleai and renting for $600 to $1000 a year can be secured now, in exebnnge for productive city property, or a good farm in the Willamette valley. In quire of N. W. G. at residence of B. C. Ward, 18th street, near Court, Salem, Oregon. Y-7-dw lm Contractors and Builders. Sealed proposals will be received at the governor's oflice until 2 p. na. Mon day, August 7, 1803, and opened imme diately thereafter, for erection aud com pletion of two cottages and a congre gated dining hall, which are to be erected at the O. B. I. A. cottage farm. Plans and specification can be seen at tbe oflice of Chas. Burggraf, architect. A certified check of $100 must accom pany each bid as a guarantee to furnish satisfactory bonds. The right is re served to reject any or all bids, SYLVESTER PENNOYER, Geo. W. MoBride, PhilMetschan, 7-25-tf Board of Trustees. MILITARY. Armory Co. "B" 3d Regit. Inft. Salem, Or., July 29th, 1893. Order No. 4. I. In compliance with general order No. 2, C. 8. Brigade headquarters, Company "B" will parade at tho ar mory on Monday, August 7th, 1893, fcr Inspection by the brigade commander. Assembly at 8 o'clock p. m. II. Members absent without leave will subject themselves to.the penal ties of Par. 103 regulations, O. N. G. III. All state and government prop erty must be in the armory for exam ination by inspecting oflicer. Z. N. Berry. 2d Lieut. Comdg. Company. Aug. 3-5-7 DR. GUNN'S IMPEOVKD LIVER PILLS A MILD PHYSIC ONE PILL FOR A DOSE. k. moTemsnt of the bowels each dmy, U neeesiary for heilm. Theee plllt eupplr what the ayttem lacka to make It regular. Cure Ileadaohe. brlshtcn the Ejm and elear the Complexion better than loamettea. They act mildly, neither grtpe nor tieken aa other pllla do. To convince you or their nenta we m 11 aamplea free, or ruU box SSe. Bcld iverywhere. Soaanko Ued.Ca, FhUadelphla, Fa. Sold by Baskett & Van Slype. POWER HOUSE Meat Market. Fresh and Bait meatsjof the' best quality. Poultry and stock. Free delivery. FRED WAYMIRE. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noTVitp. Do yw wttr thm7 When next U need try a palM est In the world. 80 2.5D 12.10 fMLOKS' 42.0D FOR BOYS k75 !$ If vw trial i8ha DRESS SHnr. m.,U lk. I,fet rl, Wt pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3 .50, $4.00 er S3 S.hoa, Ttav fit Mail fa rnttfiM nfMtt.1 l vMTUtttlf, ffywvljhtoewaomboUyowfeotwe, it M ky roula; W. L DaogUi $kci. Nan ao4 frlct itaaptd m tha totUm, look for It bta yon key W, U XXHJOUU, Broclcttt, Kail. SoU fef KKAC83X liROi, I ftjSvySi iXT y?vt i i -asJ ii i-- 5.00pp43. MUM: 1. 3.58 fe-jgl 42.25 m JUL for .rtfFn JxeWj,C frttill L NC -"iLK u 4L n adrki .STam A SHIP LOAD OI THIN COATS AND VESTS, ii All Sizes, Larse and Small. ATT COST. Get One and Keep Cool AT THE mQUyl W& STOW SALEM, OREGON. ST. PAULS ACADEMY, St. Paul, Marion County, Oregon. Couducled by the "Istara of thn Hnl v Nitim nr Jesus and Mary. The location aflordRtill that cm De aenirea ror mealthral outdoor exercise. t. Paul can be easily reached by bojU on the Willamette. The building la now and supplied with all the mod"rn Improvements. The course of study Is complete. Stenography and Typewriting Taught. Terms moderate. For further particulars apply to Slater Super tor. 8-1-1 mctfcw MAKE NO MOBE MISTAKE8 CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS Tie Rustler Wood Saw And he doesn't burn up half your wood, In fuel, when he saws It. Make your contracts with him personally orleavo orders at Veatcbs cigar store Dearborn's book store,43S Bummer 8treet,or address me by mall. 6-14-U I The LINE That LEADS: ALL OTHERS FOLLOW. THROUGH DAILY TRAIN LEAVING PORTLAND ": 1 DAYS to '2 CHICAGO Hoiipfl the Quickest to Chicago and HoiiFS Qu'cker " Omaha and Kan Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclin ing Chair Cars, Dining Cars, For rates and general Information call on or address, W H. HURL.BURT.Asst.G.P.A. VSU Washington BU, Portland. OKhao. Skin Food. Ladies who hotter from Cutting Winds and 6corchlng Wun v HI find Mrs. Harrison's Lola Montez Creme The Skin Food, Th4 best remedy for keeplbg the face cool and free fr-m irrita tion, as It sooths and comforts tbeskln and p events freckles or 'ttWVbtM.UAAMi.f, ft&uftf sunbu r. It Is not I a n restorative and pre servative. It a lltt'e Montez O erne Is rubbed In. the KKln and thoroughly wiped on again, Jmt before applying powder, the complexion will be soUer, and the powder will remain longer, desldes preventttg the powder from clogging the pores of the BKln- Price 75 cents For sale by FBBO uzaa, Oruggtst, Patton lllock, Balrtu, Ore. For a-iy special or complicated blemish of faoeor form, write MRS. NETTIE HARRISON, AmebicaM Beauty Doctor, 28 Geary 8t., San Francisco, Cal Superfluous Hair Permanently Removed. 11 icxl Ml fl yt 1 Ti 9 i -r. m i-7v- -i Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices. N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Sts. SALEM, OREGON. Prices and EVERYBODY IS HAPPY. WE ARE SELLING All Wool Challies for 45c a yd worth 65c. Ladies -Balbrisrean and Gauzo Vesta for 25c. worth 50a and 75c. Ladies Jackets at 'Wholesulo Cost for Cash. WILLIS BROTHERS & CO. OPERA HOUSE CORNER, - R A LEM, OREGON. A complete stock of meu'a and boja clolblng, furnUbiDg goodi and bate. alwa,yoBbB(J. We ttpecUliy Jovlte Utenttoa to cur ksot wwrtment of Caff, Ottetotkf, LlaoiMMM vU WnUlp, ot lewt mrtMt prte. i - " V M ' jkW h9re- WE WANT FACTS. "We want facta." observed Dickens well know n character, Mr. Thomas Oraderlna, ma it is wen enonKn to connne 10 our elves as a eeneral thine to such statements unless we wre a fact. Just now let us direct' your attention to the fact that we re bav Ine a blir sale on OUH PAPER BOOKS. Sew books arrive dallv. Call around each day. and see them. Wehavejust wbatj vou want, m reaa at tne seasiae .avery-a ooay says we nave a nne assortment, no trouble to show you taellne. Come In and ma se yourseu at nome. Patton Bros., Booksellers 'and Stationers 08 STATE BTHKET. E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO , BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS AND JLegal fflanlt Publishers. Bush's New Brlck.over the bank, Com'I street. A GOOD CHANCE! All goods at W. M. Sargeant's will be sold at tbe regular price for tne nest 30 days at 10 percent, discount for cash. Deutscher Advocat. POSTOFFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR. Admitted to practice In all tbe courts. Special attention given to German speak ing people and business at the county and state offices. E. UUFKH, Notary Public, SKTT ADTEKTISEJ1ENTS. PKltU AI..-K. K. Hall, paper hanger, has returned from the east and Is ready for business. 8-2 rjH)Il RENT "n Democratic Boom Terms, a P new house with 8 room, hard finish; on Division Ntreet between Front and commer cial Inqu.re on lot. &5 LOsT Wednesday, In Salem, a package of lace and fringes wiappea In newHaprr. lave at this oaice. 7-SO LOHT COW lrayed Irom the grfrlnc herd near the Fair Grounds, a Frotud cow wlih the tips of her boms rawed off. Anyone returnlrg her to my residence will be sa Ifo; tonly rewaidcd. Lpo. Willis. Jul) 27, iStO 7-iiO fTIHia PAPEIt Is kepton file at K. O. Dane's I Advertising Ag,ney, 61 and 65 SlercbanU Kxchange.gan Francis-o, California, whew contracs for advertUlug can h made for It. CHRISTIAN KCIENOK-Mterature of aU klndson sale at 826 liberty street. -5-17 ATTENTION. Cash money paid for raw, bottles, old lronacd all kinds of metals, also hides, at old Court House, Half m. l-M-ly 1. TOLPOIiAR. ADVENTIST. Regular Beventh Day Adventist servlcts at old Unitarian Hall opposite opera bouse, B Iftm. Mutllf. .an Rahluth ejhnnl Ht lO A. m.f followed by Bible reading and other service ajrci xuwuug nouucvuaj ,.oj ... . 6-27 LA 7 , Drop y-fr .