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jaro:Ni:tf& capital journal, Wednesday, September 6, is3.
FALL AND WINTER. Notwithstanding the hard times staring us in the face, we have IMPORTED A FINER AND LARGER STOCK of Dress Goods, and Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Wraps, than ever before. Ladies of Salem and vicinity need no longer send their money out of Salem for their DRY GOODS no Wn nan save ihem money besides keeping the money at 'home. Our stock comprises many of the finest varieties of German and French manufacture and it will pay you to ex amine our line of Dress Goods and Jackets before purchasing. THE PALACE anddIhoegcompany, 307 Commercial Street. - IF - Vou are going to build or make any kind of Improvement, call on tho under gued lor material. We have a complete stock, and are ready to supply any prepared contract, sewer work, grading, etc Salem Improvement Co. Found Aftek Twknty Years. Dauntless there nro many of tbe early day settlers of the Rogua river valley who remember that la 1873 there lived on Galls Creok a man named Kaaper Meyer. In that Bame year Mr. Myer started from his home on foot for Jack Bonvllle, through the timber and alone. He failed to roaoh Jacksonville, a search waa Instituted, but ho was never found, and the conclusion arrived at waa that he had lost his way In the timber and that be had died of starva tion. Last Tuesday workmen engaged in cutting logs for Kllpple & Marcuaon, on Galls creek, came upon a heap of moulded and rain-bleached human bonce. Upon examination these proved to be the remains of Rasper Meyer. Identity was established by aniercbaum pipe, tobacco box and a pair of specta cles which were found near by and which were known to bo the property of Meyer. Medford Mall. A Bio Procession. The procession of teamsters awaiting their turn to un load their wheat this morning extended all tbe way from tho mill to tbe post office. The receipts of this mill lor the week bos averaged about 6500 bushels, per day. They will go something over the 6000 mark today. No sales are be ing made at tho low prices offered and there Is no disposition among tbe farm ers to sell except where debt have to be met. In Pouch Court. Tho evidence produced In court' In regard to the larceny of certain gravel by Archie Mason, proved that he did not steal "a part of the earth" and tho coso was dismissed R. L, Seal who waa ar rested for assault will come before the court tomorrow Tate and Llpzeuger, tho vendors of crockery had their trial before Recorder Edes this morning and were glvon 7J days each in jull. An appeal will bo taken from the decision. Tub New Tkaciieus. Tho an nouncement of Prof. Anderson's elec tion as school auperlntendeut is re ceived with a good degroo of satisfac tion, and tbe promotion of Mlsa Smith to the prinoipalshlp Is considered a just recognition of paBt service. MIbs Emily Houry, of Englewood, was chosen to fill the place vacated by Miss Smith, and Is apokon of as one of Marlon coun ty's brightest young teachers. - m urn ii i i Held Under Bonds. The Stahl buon brothers who shot Mr. W. Smith near Corvallls recently, had their pre liminary trial Monday and wore hold undor bonds of $1000 aud 750 to appear before tho grand ury. The bonds were furnished. Tho elder Btahlbuoh was not arraigned from tho fact of bis old age and tho suffering ho Is endur ing. m i i At Lircie. Rev. G. W. Whlle.who has boon pastor of the Afrlcau M, E. church In Ralem for tho past two years, baa been reltovod of his charge In order to enable him to pursue his Btudles at "WllUmotto uulyoralty. He la locatod w missionary at large uutll his studies are completed. Tho church will bo In charge of Iter. Hlmmons in tho future. A Tkuthkui. James. It Is not al ways beat for a newspaper to try how far It can mlaa the truth, The Albany Democrat says, Governor Pennoyer waa tbe only official In his olllco at the state hovmn on Labor day, aud all other offi ce were looked. Governor Peunoyor's Wo waa looked, but tho other atato feotue oflic&i wero not. Good and Plentiful The quail Ity aud quantity of wheat this year Will run over Yra& and It Is now Mf delivered very rapidly. The Red Crown IU will have fo petk outsldo warehouse roots to koltj whatthflr lm- ) storage capacity will fall to do. rAltotiy HenkL PERSONAL AND LOCAL. V. 8. Newton and Mater, MIsb Gus sle, are visiting friends in Linn county. Rov. Kellerman waa a passenger on tbe morning south bound train. Ben C. Irwin, of Portland, la in the city for a few daya. Frank Davey went to Albany on tbe morning train. SjmmonB Liver Regulator surely cures heartache, Indigestion and all dis orders of tbe liver. Headquarters for peaches. Clark & Eppley. Fred Pierce passed through Salem at 10:30 this morning on a return trip frm Portland to Ashland. Mr. Pierce made the entire trip on a bicycle, starting from Portland July 20th. Mr. Sklpworth and wife returned to their home at Lebanon today. ClarE & Eppley lead on all frulta. Prof. McElroy la attending to school matters in Junction City. Tom Coffey and George Forley, two Denver bootblacks, are in the city to day, en route to Portland. Judge Moore and daughter left today for a short season at Newport. The supreme court did not meet yes terday, but will hold a session on Tues day, Bept. 12tb. Ed Keene returned from a vacation at Stay ton today accompanied by his father. O. P. Terrell of Mehama la in the city. Mr. aud Mra. Howell returned from Yaquina today. Misses Ban ford and PJnkbarn, the Court street milliners, are in Portland attending tbe fall openings. Mrs. McEroy and Miss Albright wont to Portland today. Mrs. Eva Leo returned to Portland on tho afternoon train. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Burnea Imvejre turned from a short visit at Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Buron returned from an outiug at Newport today. County court convened today. Hop PiOKEns Hop.-G. V. Sh river atarlpd to Beardaley'a hop rauch this mornlng-wlth a violin under one arm and vlollncello under the -other. He and Ufa son furnish tho music aud tbe hop pickers hop most every night at tho Benrdsley yard. Hand Hurt. J. 8. Benson received a painful wound on the back of his hand, at Herron's warehouse, on Union street, by, allowing his hand to be caught In the machinery. Tho flesh was considerably mangled, and will re qulro some time to heal. Money Loan. At tbe regular mouthly meeting of tho Salem Build ing fc Loan Association, last night, $1,000 wero loaned for a term of ninety four month?. AGAIN John Hoi man haaagaiu opened a blacksmith shop in Salem, at rear of Cook's hotel, All friends In vited to give him a call, aud oret work done lu the best manner. 0-0. lm Sweets for the Sweet. Tho choicest California sweet potatoea in the market now at Van Eaton's. 11KI. GOODE. At tho home of his pareuta lu North Balem, "Wednesday morn ing, SepL C, 1603, of spinal lueulnge tia, Raymond. 7 m jntha old sou of juas, auu ijiue uooode. The funeral will bo held from tbe house, at 11 o'clock a, m, Thursday. MAKltlKI). SCHMIDT-WIUGHTMAN.-At 0 a. m. today, at the realdeuce of his brother, Frauk Wrlghtruau, Oak and Wluler streets, Mica Barbara Bchmltlt and Fay Wrlghtiuau. Mr, Wrlghtiuau Uvea lu Sublimity, aud U au exemplary youug man. The bride is from the eastern part of Ma rlon oouuty, aud commands the esteem of all who kuow ber. The newly wed ded cou nle have a brhiht future before them, t ADVANCED FREIGHT RATES. Action of the Southern Pacific to Head off San Francisco Competition. (Editorial Correspondence.) CoRVAiiiiis, Or., Bept. 6 Special. It la a remarkable sight to see wagona drawn by horses competing with direct railroad communication. It savoraof a rpturn to the dark ages. Yet this Is 'being successfully done in Oregon to day. All freight over the Oregon Pa cific railroad for Eugene Is hauted-by wagon from Corvallls and both con signee and teamsters make money by doing It. The cayuse Is getting away with the steam horse in Oregon. The local freight rate via Albany Ib so high It Is prohibitive. Oregon has railroads but 1b not permitted tbe use of them. How does this come about? That Is what a Journal representative started in to investigate. Soon after the 8an Francisco merchants excursion wae brought Into Oregon by the present managers of the Oregon Pacific railroad, tbe Portland managers of tbe Southern Pacific Co. advanced its freight rates to head off all possible competition from that eourco. Freight rates botweeen Portland and points in Southern Ore gon, beginning with Eugene were ma terially reduced. No one could object to this. All business men adjust their prices to meet new competition. But this act waa accompanied by advance in freight rates between Eugene and Portland of from 30 to 60 per cent, on tbe old rates. Rates from Albany north and south were advanced bo that tbe Oregon Pacific la Bbut out from all Bbipments of merchandise, products, grain and trafflo generally. When it is considered that tbree-fourtha of the business of the Southern Pacific in Oregon la on Its lines In the Willam ette valley north of Eugene, it will ap pear that the people are asked to pay dearly for tbe reductions to points in Southern Orecou. Three-fourths of the trafflo is taxed from SO to CO per cent, to head off a new competitive element. There Is not a particle of justice in the proposition to tax one section in order to hold trade in an other. On tbe merchant's goods and the farmer's grains in the great Will amette valley, which tbe Southern Pa ciflo has gridlroned with its tracks, should not be levied an extra tax in in creased freight charges to bold back a little trade going seaward over the Ore gon Pacific. No argument la lequlred to show that if the old commission rates were just and reasonable, the in troductlon of a new element of compe tition elsewhere does not render them any less bo. Yet the new commission promulgates the advanced rates as juat and reasonable also, when they will take hundreds of thousands of dollars an nually out of the pockets of the people In addition to what was already prima facte a proper freight charge. The com pany baa never pretended that it waa doing tho bUBlneua of the Willamette valley at a lose. The rates were com pensatory. There was no showing made to the commission or to the peo ple before asking this raise and it is clearly in violation of tbe law of 1885 which mnd the. existing rates just and proper. The Oregon Paclflc will not stand it. It will ask a full hearing be fore the commission. The people will not stand It. The railroad company made a fatal mistake to ask any ad vance In rates when nil farm producta are low and business la depressed. The Oregon railroad commission acted has tily in letting the raised rates go into effect without compelling a hearing. Uuleaa they undo their work, or can show that it is necessary at a time "vhen all services are rendered cheaper Instead of dearer, the commission will be held severely to account If It la not abolished altogether. Tho state of Oregon will not stand to have competi tion throttled, its outlets for grain go ing to the world's markets closed up, and all possible extension of rail roads cut off by tho unwiso action of a board of railroad commis sioners, who have evidently had the real situation misrepresented to them, nud who have been led to sanction a stupendous piece of Bhort-slgbted and suicidal corporation polloy. The ad vanced freight rates cannot stand. The tight against them Is going to be made. Tho people do not demand any crusade agaluat railroad property. But they demand that some regard be had for those who aro taxed to eurlch the Koblers, Huntlugtous, and 8tanfords. They aro golug to demand that they have the full use of all the railroads they now have at fair rates, and that no competitor be shut out of the field of business In this state. It ia a shame that In any state lu tho mt Tbe only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.NoAmaioala; No Almm. UMd ia Million of Hpiats 40 Years tfct jfritilnii Union tbe people should be forced to resort to tbe wagon roada to move their producta. It is a step backward that Oregon should not tolerate. If the Ore gon railroad commission favor this sort of thing they better be forced to mount a lumber wagon when tbey go on their Inspection tours and Inspect the primi tive country roada and tho depressed farming conditions and business inter eeta of our country. They might con clude to reconsider their unjust and un reasonable action in legalizing the Southern Pacific's latest imposition on tho state of Oregon. E. Hofer. CITY COUNCIL -WORK. The Semi-Monthly Accumulation Business Disposed of. of At tbe regular session of tbe council last evening, the meeting was called to order at 8 o'clock by Mayor Gatch. Present at roll call Councilmen Cross, Gray, Hunt, Lafore, and Klein. Al bert arrived later in tbe session. The report of the ways and means committee, which included a rebate of $10 city tax, due a Mr. Liver more, who bad been paying taxes on property out side tbe city limits, waa adopted by recommendation of Chairman Hunt. I The following bills recommended to be paid through Lafore, chairman of tbe committee on accounts and current expensea, were allewed: State Insur ance Co., $60: A. G. Cbatwin, $22, Jno. Maurer, $76, Salem Truck & Dray Co.. $1; Balem Flouring Mill, $10.80; Salem Water Co., $207.48; F. Diekman, $7; F. Howe, $7. Cbairman Gray, of tbe finance com mittee, repdr ted $5247 in the treasury. Mr. Gray explained that this fund is not used for the reason that there are now $2504 out in warrants, and It was necessary to keep enough surplus on band to pay interest. Motion by Chairman Klein of the committee on streets and public prop erty to draw warrant of $4000, in favor of Archie Mason, for work done on State street, met with, opposition in Cross, who didn't think such an allow ance in accordance with contract. Motion prevailed. A petition for rebate of $14.75 asked by W. J. Irwin on an impounded cow, tabled. City Attorney Bingbam-read a letter from the Wayne Hoso Co., and stated that tbe company's offer of guarantee waa not up to tbe conditions on which tbe new hose cart waa bought. Tbe matter of securing a sufficient guaran tee waa left to tbe attorney. By request of Hunt, Recorder Edes waa instructed to "dig up" or make an extra copy of contract and specification on tbe new city bail to be furnished tbe building commltee'.' Hunt, also, moved that a warrant of $5200 be drawn on the building fund, to meet tbe amounts due contractors. Tho amount, it was explained was based on an estimate by Architect Pugh. Bida were opened for Oak street Im provement and were as 'follews: Ore gon Land Co., $537.16; Archie Mason, $520.70; Salem Improvement Co,, $523, 26. On motion of Klein the contract waa awarded Archie Mason. A remonstrance against the Improve ment of High street waa referred to city attorney and auryeyor. Motion by Hunt to Improve Church' street, car ried. Cross stated that Improvement being done on State street ia not enduring, and moved that council meet informal ly at 4:30 thla afternoon to examine tbe work. Klein thought time to examine waa when work was completed. Mo tion carried. A letter of inquiry from Recorder Edea aa to the location of city dumping grounds, referred to committee on atreeta and public property. A letter from Chief of Police Minto recommending the election of R. G. Keene, H. C. Tarpley.G. R. Shearer, L. H. McLeon and J. W. Henlnger aa extra police during fair week, to be called on for service if needed waa read and the above named extras elected. On motion of Huut the council re solved Into a committee of tbe. whole with Lafore in tbe chair to bear a state ment from T. B. Walt. Mr. "Walt protested against the Power company stacking wood In Trade, Mill and Lib erty streets, alleging tbat it was a nuisance and an unrcasurable lnfrlnge ir.ent on public grounds. Albert thought the company waa using no more than a proportionate share of tbe streets based on tbe amount of money it bad spent in tbe city. Mayor Gatcb held that citizens should be protected from encroachments, whether or, not It waa lu that part of the ofty where a PRICE'S councilman lived. On rising of tbe committee the matter wob referred 'o committee on streets and public proper ty for investigation. A letter woa then read by the record er from some Itinerant aaklng the privilege of buying the exclusive right to conduct the apindlo wheel raokor during tbe fair. Council decided tbey had no exclusive right authority. . Wm. King was elected to till tho vacancy in the Are department caused by the resignation of J. Smith, on rec- omendatlon of Chief Low. Tbe bill declaring the surplus of $2000 on State street improvements was passed to the second reading and re fered to committee on finance. The ordinance awarding the contract tor improving Oak street was also passed to second reading. License ordinance passed to its third reading and waa re ferred to the committee on health and police. Mr. Crosa, aa cbairman of tho committee on fire and water, waa In structed to look after rapid driving of engine to fires. After bearing numer ous bills against the city, the council adjourned. How's This! We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh tbat can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Curo. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. We, Che undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tbe lost 15 years, and be lieve bim perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Iruax, Wholesale Drug gists. Toledo. O. Waldinq. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole do, o. Hall's Catarrh furo is taken intern ally, acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the system. testimonials Bent free. Price 75o per uuiwu. com vy an xiruggisis. To think "nothing symptom of dyspepsia. Liver Regulator. alia you" la a Take Simmons The One Cent Daily continues to grow. A good newspaper la one of the necessaries of life and tbe masses take the Journal because it is cheap. Don't You Know Tbat to have perfect health you must have pure blood, and the beat way to nave pure blood la to take Hood's Bar saparilla, tbe best blood purifier and strength builder. It expels all taint of scrofula, salt rheum and all otu.r humors, and at the same time builda up tne wnole system and givea nerve atrengtb. Hood's Pilla may be had by mail for zoo. oi u. x. iooa & uo., JLowell, Mass. Don't suffer from dyspepsia. Take Simmons Liver Regulator. It always cures. NEW TO-DAY. Opals. We have a few "opal" plates left, and until they are gone, we will make opal pictures at a reduced price. Sperry, the artist, Commercial street corner Court, 8alem. d-tf i Re-Opened. After a month's vaca tion Miss May Wllkina baa reopened ber dressmaking parlors in tbe Hughea block', and ia prepared to receive and execute all work aa in the past. Ladies wishing fall work done should get tbelr orders In as early as possible. Prompt work a specialty. 7-3 1-6 1 Economize in Paper. Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of 100, not cut, for sale at (his olllco at fifteen cents a buudle. A heavy straw wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents a pound. Next door to the postofllce. tf Of Interest to Sportsmen. Mr. W. U. Hulburt, A. G. P. A.. Union Pa clflc System, PorUand, Ore., has Just received a supply or books called "Uun t;lub Rules and Revised Game Laws." This publlcaUun con tains a digest of the laws relating to game ia the W eeten states and terrltorleR. Mr. Hul bnrt will be glad to mall you one of the boolu upon receipt ot two h tamps to enver postage. W. H. HULUURT, O.X. P. A. Special Announcment. For the next 30 days F. T. Hart the tailor will make a reduction of one- tourtn ott the regular and trousers, now is new suit. $40 00 suits, $30.00 $12.00 pants, $9 00 $10.00 pants. 7.5o. For cash only. price on all suits the time to get a FALL OPENING PATTERN AND TRIMMED AATS, Sailor and Walking Hals, the Latest-in Children's Caps and Hats, Prlcea at Bed Rock for 8P0T OABH. MRS. RESTER, Deutscher Advocat. P0SIffHBL0K' SALEM.0R, Admitted to practice in all the courts. Special attention given to German sneak. Ing people and bu.Tnew at tha t& and taut oaGes. K. UOKKK. NoUjrioUe? Ml.LfShJ.Q'rHEiRs aaJlOermanalwuSimVUBlTSli; f "M ioc-T,aBauiJf,;,UTw4tf-w.K I rri W .""""?. ?" xns'tuctorof French LEATHER SPECTACLES. Not necessary to put them on to see the 'low prices we are making on our All Wool Home Made SUITS AT THE SALEM, NOTE THIS DOWN. Mote this down In vnnr memorandum' uuok mat we are navmg a special soie on Tinted Writing Paper. Our prices will astonish y We an cuing tne tlneat kind of writing c : paper fe: so. formerly sold lor 75c We will sell you 34 sheets of writing paper for lOo. Call and ee me assortment on our bargain counter. P&tton Bros., Booksellers and Stationers, 08 STATE STREET. E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO., BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS AND i Legal BlanJc Publishers. Bush's New 13 rick, over the bank, Com'l street. THE WILLAMETTE, SALEM, OREGON. Bates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day The beat hotel between Portland nail Ran Francisco. First-class In all 1U appointments. Its tables are served with the Choicest Fruits Grown in the Willamette Valley. A. I. WAGNER. Prop. A GOOD CHANCE! All eooda at W. M. fiarceant.'n will be sold at the regular orlce for the rmxt 30 days at 10 percent, discount for cash. Portland's Great OFPNa 8BPTEMBBR 27 li flni nnn 1 l.- ! !' Kill WMDM1M WILL yrjBNI8H THK MUSIC. A WORLD OP MECHANICS IN MINIATURE. THE SPECIAL FEATURES WILL Enl.fPBK Ttrnaw rv awv nninriniw YEAR. MADAME GIRARD GYER'S PRISMATIC FOUNTAIN Constructed at a cost oi 110.030 and throwing rainbow wilt beautify Music Hall. LARGE AQUARIUMS, Containing nth ot all varieties lound In Oregon waters.have been constructed at great wpen TELE ART GALLERY, Will contain a collection or paintings selected from the World's wlr Amone them HI 5S1K? oel,eDrattJ Painting CusTer1. l!.t Keht. Toiit thU ireit iSwMltwn ?5nd vle i SffiatCWe2S7 dePrtnenlor ArtandBcfence.wlH VexttntoWit to to Worlrt KEDUte'hrBAl'BAN?POBTATIONI.INKfl. tror further Information address Hlw dw Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. u , ateat Improved Goocta and Lowest Price. N. W. Cor. SUte and Liberty Sts. SALEM, OREGON. NEW ffllffi. LADIES UNDERWRAR. . Prices per suit 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $250. To this well assorted line wo invito the inspection of all sensible buyers. Man's Wool Fanta. Wo have Iatelv received six doznn mnn'o nona mmranteed ALL "WOOL. Prices $3.00 pante we challenge all compet !" wi-maii tirjvJUt. K ZT a 7 T . . . v " 0f jrt odc U full ofwell fV(, egg t A A OREGON, HJSW ADVKftTlUKALKNTs. 1JV1R SALE. Good young mare. Will ex 7 change for wood, wheat, oaU, hay of po tatoes. Will also trade or pay cash for new milk cotf. light double harness, aonehorw buggy or buok board. 880 Center St. 9-4-31 LOST. A medium-sized red cow with horni sawed off close to the head, large wblt pot In forehead and leather halter on. Finder will be liberally rewarded by notifying; Ota. O. Fly ng, Balem, Or. 9-E-St' TJIOUNO D.M A purse. Leitzel. Owner call at Cook hotel, 8--8 St T7K)B 8AL.K OB TKADK.-SO acres oi lul P altnated In Folk county, six miles from Ralston, for sale or trade lor Balem property. Knqulie of G. W. Johnson, or Fred HoriU OIt RENT On Democratic BoomTermi, new house with 8 rooms, bard finish; en vision street between Front and Commer cial Inquire on lot. 8-6 31HIB PAPER Is kept on Die at E. O. Daie'i . Advertising A gency, 64 and 65 Merchant! xchange, Ban Francisco, California, wbcri contract for advertising can. be made for Ii. c HIUST1AN PC1ENCE Literature of all kinds on sale at 826 Ldberty street. 4-5-ly ATTENTION. Cash money paid for rap, bottles, old Iron and all kinds of metui, aiso hides, at old Court .House, Balem. 1-26-ly 1. TOLPOLAK. SMITH BROS. C0NTBACT0R8 & PLASTERERS. Leave orders atOotUe-Parkhurstblock,room 15, Salem, Oregon. , STOLEN From my farm, four bead of borses.as folion Black mare, weight 1800 pounds, 16 hands blgh heavy In loal. In fair order, Fomewhat drooped hipped and ringbone on left fore foot, Ml been swinnled In left shoulder, age 6 yean. One bay gelding 16k hands high, 4 yean old, round built, in good order, star In tonbtui, somewhat sleepy look, one bind foot whit, weight about 1100, shoulders scalded, rather large neck. One light brown mare, 16 nandi high, weight about 1160. small star under fore lock, age 8 years, half ol de, heavy mane and tall, square built, heavy fet'ocks and high beaded. One mare age IS or U, about 14 hands high, light bay, stiff traveling, has lone nar row ieet In front, weight 800 or SOupounds, in fair order. Horses were taken Tuesday or Wednesday night, August 1st or 2nd. IwUl pay $25 apiece lor the return of the first 8 de scribed horses or a liberal amount for any li formation leading to their whereabouts Ad dress, AL. J BR VAN, 811-lmdw Bwitrerland, Marlon Co., Or. MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS And he doesn't burn up half your wood, lu fuel, when he saws It. Make your contract! with bim personally orleave orders at Vestcsi cigar store Dearborn's book store.136 Bummer street, or address me by mall. 6- u Industrial Exposition IRQS OtOSBS OCTOBBR 28 mnn lnrTmim? n I 1I ii 11 n m iiii i 11 anil a hm,.,r,H ii. ... .n .i,r,inrnf the W. -ATKN. Superintendent and Secretary, PILL GOODS. and 3.50 a V ' With these tion. & CO. " " AJM ajwyUd Utreaiiif. SALEM, OREGW. ifak V -iw A-,' . A.fc.'WpM AJkit rfra.fc.nMii afhr mf i. Tiiirir- &kfAsV&kJ