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THE CAPITAL JOIMAI. HUBLIBHKD DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BT THK Capital Journal Publishing Company. l'oitofflce Block. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, EtfilSVs. Dally, by carrier, per month,- Dally, by mail, per year, Wee sly, 3 pages, per year, JO SO . 3.00 - 1.S0 COJN'Y CORRESPONDENCE. Fnoir stayten: iMr( A D.,3ardnerwas.ln Salem last wceli'op business. "Mr&and Mrs. Cosper speut Sunday la sTlverton. riHenry?Keenevleft for Chicago on a visit toittie .AVorld'a fair on Wednes day. MIm Susie-Kern was in Salernthe, luttni ,1 irtjfnfMni.ritWM.1? 2 i. . Rev. Borne!! occupied the pulpit at tbe Christian church Sunday moriiitif aud evening. Mre. ParKer is visiting in Mehatna this week. Mm. Balsley la visiting her daugbtei Mrs. Wyatt at Lyotii this week. Mrs. Thurot Kerns left fi)rSalen Thumday where oho will spend tht winter. Mr. Hendernhnt ol Knnsis baa rented the Farmers hotel aud took possessioti Oct. 1st. Dr. Kitchen left for New York city, Weduesday where be will enter a Med leal college for the winter. The doctot will also vis't tlifl world's fair and bit old borne in Missouri before return lug. FROM JKFFEKSON. School in the Jefferson Institute be gan on tbe 23th ult, with a large at tendance. Prof. Barzee, tbe principal, baa made several important changed which makes tbe school first-class. Miss Minnie Watkinds is tbe first, and Mre. Steel tbe second, assistants. Tbe old institute has always bad an envi able reputation as a seat of learning and this year is no exception to the rule. Hop picking is a thing of the past at least for '03, and now the boys and girls are pouring in tbe school by tbe score. There are more people now in Jeffer son than over before at one time. Peo pleare moving in to enjoy tbe privilege of Bonding to a good school, where the children will not have to wade a mile or two In muddy roads. Prof. Davis, formerly of Albany, Is now a resident of our city. The Prof, has organized a singing class of about forty members, and we are having "music every where." This is getting to be quite a center for prunes, as there are Borne very large orchards near here, the fruit of which Is now belug shipped Eastward. Farmers are very busy clearing up fall work getting ready for fall sowing. Although "hard times" Is tbe geupr al cry( the peoplo of this vicinity seem to bo as prosperous and as well fixed as ever. Beveral buildings aro being built and the steady march of improvement seems to go on aa though all were as of yore aud, Indeed, are they nol? FUOM HKOOKS. Mr. E. S. Brooks, au old resident of this community, now living at Miuer, Jackson county, was among ua lust week. Misa Betllo McClard was dowu one day last week. Mr. J. A. Norwood was seen In these parts Monday. Thomas Harpool was In Brooks Tues day, "Dock" Robisou is looking after things for Wm. Jones' while they are gone cast of the mountains. Geo. Massey had the misfortune to lose bis coat one day last week but had tbogood fortune of buying a now oue of II. Jones & Co, today. Our school opened Monday with au enrollment of 20 scholars. There will be many more In a few weeks. MoKluley Mitchell aud other buyers were hi Brooks looking after the hoi Interest Tuesday. Mr. Massey has Improved tho out. ward appearanco of his residence by a new coat of paint. Prayer meeting Thursday eveuluge. There was a Juulor league organized for tho little folks last Sunday under tlfo leadership of Misa Carrie Royal, Mrs. Johnson, Bister of Mrs. Win. Masey, la visiting In these parts this week. Willie Jonea was seen behind the counter again Tuesday. Harrlsou Jones went to Portland Bnturduy. MlasL. Kiiilaugli, ol Falrlleld, wb Malting in Brooks lust week. M. L. Jones wasu Portland puwenger Frlduy. Frank IIinls left for Salem Tuetluy, Hnd will Boon go to his homo near SIN verlon. S. W, Jonea visited with J. W, Sliuder'd Sunday. i Ilenifinber the Icolure utthoM. E, church Friday ovenlrg lo be delivered by Itev. itoyal, His eubject la "The Old Coon and His Coadjutors." There Is to be a meeting held in tbe M. E. church at 6:31) Sunday evening for tbe purpose of organizing au Ep worth league. All are invited to at tend. Mrs. McClard was down from Chem awa Monday evening. T. J. Clark aud wlfe'llUed"wirh Mr. Stevens' on HowelLPralrie Sunday. Jas. Fruit was peddling onions for F. J, Bolter Monday. J. W. Shatter had his barn moved Monday add is making other improvements. Geo. Massey was seeirsowlng wheat Monday morning. t- - xub rersonai .experience. Hon, James V. Husted, while serv ing uls'sixtu term as speaker of i lie us sembly of theslateufNew Ydrk, writes: "State of N Y" , Asseniby Chamber, 1 ALBANY, Jan. 10, 1B90. J I desire once more to hear mv testi mony to the value of AllcockV Porous Plasters. Hiave ued tbem for tw eutv iive years punt, aud can conscientiously commend tbem uh tbe best external remedy that I have known. Years ago, when thrown from a carriage and seriously injured, I gave tbem a thor ough trial. In a very short time tbe oalu that I was suffering disappeared, md within a week I was entirely re lieved. On another occasiou, w hen fullering from a severe cougb, which threatened pulmonary dilllculies, which L was recommended to go to Florida to relieve, I determined to test the plus ters again. I applied tbem to my chest and between the shoulder blades, and m less than a fortnight was entire!,) cured. On still auother occasion whpu suffering from au attack of rheumatism in the shoulder to such au extent thai t eould scarcely rai'se my arm, I again resorted to tbe plasters, aud within a very few days the rheumatism entirely disappeared. I have them constantly by me, whether at home or abroad. My family as well as myself have found them to be a sovereign remedy, both for external and internal troubles. I never had but oue kidney ditllculty in my life, aud tbe application of tbe plas ters cured me in a week. I desire, as I said before, to bear my testimony in a public way to their efllcacy, and I know of no better way of doing it than by giving jou my personal experience." LETTER LIST. The following letters remaiulng in the Salem postofllee Oct. 4, 1893, un called for. Those calling for them please say "advertised" Abbot! Scott Clark W T L'hilds E A Eiohmann Geo Grillltbs Allen Graham Mrs Juo Kopfbdilaeger Jno Krunlz Kresta Long W A Mulliii 1 B McCormluk Lee Newburg Mrs J A Pattou Jus Russell Adam Strobe! A Strrmr A 2 Smith Ethel Trussell 8 Y Tbarp Jno Clark Ed Clopton Louis Dougherty Al Fischer Chas F Garrison J E Jackson Mrs Julia Kunney Joe Lcomis Celia Monroe C C Mitchell J H McCullough W F Piatt Alfred Stricklen A E Biggs Mrs EH Strong Frank Smith R Swaiu Rev Tilman Wm Wallas Clnuahen Weaver Rosa Weight To uny A. N. GILBERT, P. M. Wood J H Hood's Cures Duriner the War I was taken 111 lth spinal disease and rheu matism. When I came home my trouble waj still with me, and I was connned to my bed, unable to help myself, for 22 months. After taking seTen bottles of Hood's Sarsa. pari. UI was well, hae not been troubled w lth my old complaints. My wife vras In 111 health, sufterinc with headache, dizziness and dyspepsia. She took two bottlea of Hood's Sarsaparilla nnd feels like n new vruiau. J. a AllKfi.Kn. moo DlvUlon Bt. llaltlmore! ..Hood's Pills act easily, Jet prompUy nnd efliclentfy, oa the liur and bow els. To get relief from Indlgeitlon.blllouiinea POD8I imtlDU, or torpid lier .without dl.lu b Intt the Kttiiuucli or nurglnic the bowels take . re-doeu of Carter Little Uver IMlU.tuev will )l(kieou' 1 hnl tired, Iwiruld feeling anddu'l bo d cheUt.ry ,lii.ir-eeblo Tute UoorOar. lM.'.f I'lt,'rt l.Uer rill beinro retiring and you niMuuumiK-t lurUCVrr IU1I IOUO OOa. They make ono feel a though life wn worth living. Taiooneori Brier" Little IJner W1U S"""" ll w"' relieve d8pepsl, aid digetlou give tone and vigor to the cyitem. AGAIN. John Holm has again opened a blacksmith abop In Salem, al rear of Cook's hotel. All friends In. vttoii to Rive bl in a call, and get work done lu tbe best uiauuer. 0-G. ln DR. GUNN'S IMPBOVKD LIVER P.C . aa-w A MILD PHYSIC ONE PILL FOR A DOSE, Uokiilamkliwul4i- OunUetdMhktvUhua Sold by Baskett 4 VttuBb'lHN 7Sr. J, A. mecler f i lil'W' -O 1 r 4a H 0 USE .... Owl In tlio More. For Beveral days it noemed to me that I heard somethiuir move in the stove, but I paid no attention to it Ouo night as I was ying to b ! tho noise in the stovewn so plain i iat 1 was sure there was something in there. I started to open the stove door, but it occurred to mo that it might bo-a-big snake, k J went and called my father. Ho came in with a cane and opened the stove and Eaw a big pair of eyes glaring at hiin, but it wan too dark to e what they belongtd to. Ho dropi -d r small piece of burning paper in tlu top and put in his hniid and drew out a great big owl His lordshii looked at us as wise as if he knew everything in the world, but he act ed very fctupidly. After he had winked at us a few times, as if he was aslang, "Well, what are you go ing to do with met" we opened the window for him, and he hardly knew enough to fly out. Harper's Young People. l Tans III the Time of the Pharaoh. Fans were used by the pharaohs as standards in battle. They appear on the tombstones of Thebes, and Terener, the dramatist, who lived in the second century B. C., makes one of his characters say, "Take this fan and give her thus a little air." Fans have played their part in political history. In lS2r the dey of Algiers in an altercation with the French consul struck him with a fan which he carried. The circumstance was reported to Charles X, his sovereign, and the result was an expedition to Africa, the end ot which was the de position of the dey and the annexa tion of Algiers and its ndjacent ter ritory as a colony of France. Wash' ington Star. Seeing Crime Through a Glasa. There is a mistaken belief in many rural districts that if one should see a crime committed through glass that is, thiough a window, a glass door or even through spectacles his testimony would not be accepted in court. There is alout as much sense in this superstition as in the notion that one cannot touch the body of a murdered man without permission of tho coroner. As a lawyer who discussed tlo ideas taid, "There it more law aud less common sense in the lay world than nny sane man would believp " New York Tribune. Why She W us Silent. In a small company the functions and exhibitions of the Grand Army of the Republic are under discussion. Mrs. X , whose domestic experi ence has not been happy, looks and remains reticent "What, don't you belie vo in decorating the graves of the ex-soldiers?" demands one of the convives. "Oh, yes, indeed!" re sponds tho lady. "Why, there is one ex-soldier's grave I would just dearly love to decorate." "Then why in the world don't you do it?" "Only be cause tho man is not dead yet he is my husband." Snn Francisco Argo nnut. A Self I'ofcsessed II ride. At a recent wedding in Wnshing ton tho bride showed more than the usual lack of trepidation. The church was filled with a brilliant company, uuu irum i no moment or ner en- i trance she knew herself to be the cy nosure oi every eye, but she went through the ceremony as if being married were an everyday occur rence to bo regarded with indiffer ence if not with positive disdain. The climax was readied when, lean ing on her husband's arm, 6he passed through tho doorway leading to the vestibule. Just inside the door stood a group of frienils youngywomen who had arrived too late to be accommodated w an seats beyond tho ribbon. Paus mg on tho threshold, knowmg full w eu mat every eye in Uie church was bent upon her, tho bride deliber ately leaned toward her friends and whisiwred loud enough to 1k heard by the bystanders, "I'll chaperon you 4irls next season." Kate E. Thomas in Kate Field's Washington. .SdordK of London. There are four swoids belonging to the city of London. The swoixl of state, boruo before tho lonl mayor as tho emblem of his civic authority. This is tho swoixl which lucd to bo (surrendered to the sovereign at Tem pie liar and when she enmo w ithin tho preciuots of the corporation. Tho pearl swoixl, ftom tho nature of its ornaments, which is earned bofore the lord mayor on all occasions of coremouy or- festivity. A sword placed at the central criminal court nlKive tho lord mayor's chi.ir, A black swoixl, t be Used in Lour nn days of public fusts nud on thoilenth of any of tho ix al family. -Harper's Weekly VIG Ewllr. Qulcktj, PcrotncolljResUrtd. WEAKNESS, NERVOUSHESS, DEBILITY, laHlhHru,0f , trooi iNttty rthM r later CXCrlMM, tL. rwuluor oertuik. tic Lu ess dv.Upasi na fij glrru tu ii rry etimuj Stka of ILo Uly, mpt- nammliarlWOi. Iinmd Ui 1 murv.f rata I HTO r ilUiKluiiKMitiU. cxpluuitoii ail uruufs lJul4hMrMS, fr ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N.Y. HO ni: iEli ii - rara trifTteP.l''i"'rl!Tr7?Tlfr-.. iKW "Sill pH I ' i LOUIS D. VArlDERVERE, One cf tho "best husvn tashea mea In Chicago, representative of the great Braditrect Co. HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, KERVOUS PROSTRATION. Dr. Miles Xedlcal Co., Elkhart, Ind, Gentlemen : I take pleasure in Informing yon of the very beneficial results w hJch bavo followed uusuaeoi or. MiLts- Restorative Nervinc in trie case of myself ai n myself ana n lie. t or a year i v a? lfe. For a veir 1 subject to a distressing pain at tbe base of tbe Drain ana upper portion or ine spinal com. i irtlon or the EDI m mmt fc iosi nesa ana was greatly C I 1 t-f r IJ troubled with sleeplessness. W I llW your Nervino was highly recommended to me. My case bad been so obstf imte that I bad no confidence In tbe efficacy of any medicine. Yet as a lat resort I contented to give it atrial Much to mysurprise, I experienced marked benefit; my sleeplessness disappeared: my headache was removed ; my spirits and general IfSTHOUSANDS aaiNCD TWtHTT POUNDS. ALL THIS OCCURRID Arrcn lcarncd and well known phvsicknb .' a .. the best of results. uin nil rn. iij W110 is talcing tne nervine vriux 1X1013 V. VANDIKVIKE. SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE. TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS -oju oy u. J. try, druggist, eialem Baby cried, Mother sighed, Doctor prescribed : Castoria Economize in Paper. Clean newspapers, tied lu bundles of 100, not cut, for sale at this ofllco al fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw wrapping paper, larjre sheets, twocentr a pouud. Next door to the postofflce. tf TODAY'S MARKETS. Prices Current by Telegraph Local and Portland Quotations. Salem, October 4, 4 p. m. OfQc Daily Capital Journal. Quota tions for day aud up to bour of going U press were as follews: SALfcM PRODUCE MARKET. Faurr. Apples 25c to35o. a bushel. Peacbea Goo to 75 a box. BUTCHER STOCK. Veals dressed 4J cts. Hogs dretsed 6"to 7. Live cattle 1 to 2. Rlieep alive 1.50 to $2.00. Spring lambs $1.50 to ?2.00. MILL PRICES. Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flour hi wholes tie lots $3.00. Retail $3.40 Bran $15 bulk. $10 sacked. Shorts $17 $18. Chop feed $18 aud $19. WHEAT. Old wheat on storage 48 cents1. New wheat-48 cents. HAY AND GRAIN. Oats old, 38 to 40c., new 25 to 30c. Hay Baled, new $8 to $12: old $10 to $14. Wild lu bulk, f6 to $8. Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1, 05 to $1.00 per cwt. No. 2, 70 to 85 cts. FARM PRODUCTS. Peas and beans-8 to 10 cents a gallon. wool nest, 10c. Hops Kmall sale, 17 to 18Jc. Funs Cash, 15 cents. Butter Beat dairy, 25; fancy creamery, 30. unees.e12 to 15 cts. Farm suioited meats Bacon 12; hums, 13; shoulders, 10. Potatoes 25o. to 40c. . Onions IJ to 1 cents. Beesw ax -34c Caraway eeed, 18c Aulse seed, 20d. Ginseng, $1.40. HIDES AND PELTS. Qreeu, 2 cts; dry, 4 cts; sheepipelts, 25 cts to 40c. No quotations on furs. LIVE POULTRY. Chickens 8 cts; broilers 8: ducks, Sc; turkejs, slow sale, choice, 10c; geese 7c PORTLAND QUOTATIONS, drain, Teed, etc. Flour Standard, $3.25; Walla Walla, $3.25; graham, $2,75; superilue, $2.50 per barrel. Oats Old vhlte,33o perbu , grey, 35c; rolled, in bags, $0.256.50; barrels, $0 767.O0; cases. $3 75. Hay Best, $1012 per ton. Wool valley, price uomiual. Mlllstull's Bran, $17.00; shorts, $20; qround barley, $2223; chop feed, $18 per ton; whole feed, barley, 8085 per cental; middling, $232S perton; brew. lug barlo , 9095u per cental: chicken wheat. $1 1001.25 percental. Hops Old, 10 to 16o , new 15 to J7. DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter Oreiron fancy creamerv.27lf3i 30 ; fancy dairy, 2225o; fair to nood. uyji.-'.ii; eniiiuinii, io to 100 per m; call forma, an.s.V per roll, ("neew Oregon, 12; lstern iwins, io-; iing American, 15o per lerH)uud; California flats, 14c . KitRs- Orefin, 22o ier dozen. Poultry- Clilukeus,old,$4.00; bmllers, large, $15u3rj; ducks, old, $4.00 a w, ioung, f2 504.00; geese, $400 turkeys, live. 14u. SAN KltANCIBCO MARKET. Woel: Oregon Eastern choloo, 10 13o; do lnf.ilor, 80o; do alley, 12 16c. llora 171e. lV4atoe-K,rly Rose, S040. Bur twnks, S0(S5c Oat8-Millluir,fl30lS3. 1 SAW MONEY IN POSSUMS. So He Il.tlteil the Kxpres to rind Out U the rnriiKrr M'nulil fluy Any. Tlio regular passenger train was going west from Griffin nnd was about 40 minutes late. The engineer was trying to make up lost time and was running about 50 miles an hour when he was horrified to see about 200 yards ahead of him, just as ho turned n curve before he got to Whitewater creek, a man on tho track waving his coat across tho track and over his head and seeming to be very much excited. Tho engi neer, thinking of course that the bridge had been burned or fallen in, applied the airbrakes, reversed hiB engine and shouted to his fireman to jump. They both landed safely, and the .train came to a halt so suddenly that it nearly unseated all the pas sengers. "For God's sake, what's tho mat ter?" asked the almost breathless conductor of the fellow who had stopped the train. Sam, for that was his name, an swered : "I jes' wanted to know ef you wanted to buy some possums." The engineer fainted, tho fireman flew back to the engine, and the con ductor looked all about for a rock or afencerail to kill Sam with, and final ly felt in his hip pocket for his pis tol, fully intending to kill him on the spot, but he did not have his pistol and could not find anything to hit him with. He saw he was in it, and after a moment's reflection ho told Sam ho would take the opossums. The conductor intended to take all Sam's opossums and leave Sam with out paying for them. So the con ductor a-jked Sam where they were. The engineer had recovered himself, tho fireman and about two-thirds of the passengers had got up to the engine by now and eagerly looked for Sam to bring in about a dozen big fat opossums, but Sam simply said to the conducter: "Waal, I hain't got urn here, but these here big woods up here is jus' chuck full of urn, and I will ketch you three or four and bring uin down some time." Four strong men lifted tho limp and almost lifeless form of the con ductor to the train. Senoia Enter prise-Gazette. "Ye" I or "The." "Ye" for "the" is not now nor nev er was a proper form of expression. The word "ye," as it appears in all old books and legal documents, should always be pionounced as "the," the "y" being only a corruption of the thorn letter, a syr.ibol which stood in place of "th," and winch was for merly used by printers when diffi culties were experienced in "spacing out." St. Louis Republic. The River Menam. Menam, the name by which the river flowing thiough Bangkok is generally known, is applied by the Siamese to all rivers, "me" meaning "mother." and "nam" "waters," i. e,, "mother of waters." The so called Menam river is called by. the natives Menam Chow Payah. Phila- isn't in it f is just be Cause "ffiere is no ard in ttthat ne new shortening i so Woncerfuly Jboj- ul 2tr With, housekeebers. rbTTOLENE is j?UHE? fJdbt STl5fVHCr- none of tfe unpleasant odor necessarily connected vvifri lart.Qettrjejenume. T"hT5 i ho real SubWlfufe. Made only by N.K.FAIRBANK&CO., ST. LOUIS and CHICAGONEW YORK. BOSTON. DR. OUNH'S ONION SYRUP FOR COUGHS COLDS AND CROUP. GRANDMOTHER'SADVICE Bold by Rekett A VainBlype. IAf?D Wi0 rfu j F5 ra fx? lft W Vj l IT! WyTt i H V v Vv lHV for Infants " Cn orl a is so irell adapted to children that I recommend Itaa superior to any prescription known to mo." n. A. Arches, M. D.t Ill Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. "The vise of 'Castoria' Is ro universal and Its merits so well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorse IL Few are the Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach.11 CAKLOS MlRTTjr. D. D , New York City. Late Pastor Bloomlngdale Reformed Church. TflC SEW WILLAMETTE STABLES Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horsesi. boarded bv Hv n, ,r.i .at reasonable prices. We keep a full i, . xnow nccjj IUD 1IUCM, OIU1IWD8 ID IU18 COUntV. lor ftTUIX Barn and residence 2 block south of postolllce. R'AN & CO ' CLEAN. If you would be clean and have your clothes the neatest and dressiest mannor, take them to the SALEM STEAM! LAUNDRY where all workis done by white labor and in the most prompt manner. Lamoureux's Stables, ac tne commercial street bridge near bides being added constantly. Only " uu P""r uurets. CHURCHILLlPiiirips.Pfjmps.Pdiml) Sb y BURROUGHS J. W. TflORNBURG, Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience in the trade I enables me to turn out first-class work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to Uive estimates, state insurance block, The Wesf PpiDting Co. Special attention to mall orders. 203 Commercial St., MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES CHARLES A. SMITH RONS Tk Ms Wood Saw And he doesn't burn up half your wood, In fuel, when he saws It. Make your contract with him personally orleave orders at Veatcbs cigar store Dearborn's book store,436 Hammer street, or address me by null. 6-H-tl Deutscher Advocat. P0ST0FFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR. Admitted to practice in all the courts. Special attention gtven to German speak. ig people and business at the county and ate offices. E. HOKKR, Notary Subtle. ne state Willamette University, Salem, Or , School of music for piano, organ, violin, singing, orchestral instruments, Harmo ny, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration and higher musical composition. So better grade of work done west of the Rocky mountains. Prices low. Seven teachers. Next term begins Sept. 4th. bend for annual year book or address, Z. M. Parvin, Mus. Doctor, musical director. 8 9 2md&w IMPORTANT. If you anticipate visiting the world's fair, or your friends In the East, take advantage of the present opportunity, as the fares are now so low they cut no figure in the expense. The Chicago & Northwestern Railway have placed iu service a solid vestlbnled train, between Portland and Chicago, the famous yuvner tourist cars, free reclining chair cam and dining car "par excel lent," Willi tho aecommodatlons fur. uisneu.raies now oUVretl, together with the short time cousututd In maklmr the trip. It Is within the reach of all. ror further information, apply toau ticket agent, or write A. Q IUitKEii, Gen'l Agt. :i72 Wnshlugtnn ftref t. Portland, Or. SMITH BROS., . CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS. iaf&VrC0lU"1,rkknm blockoa' atory and Children. CantorU cures OoKc, ConstlnatliM. KllUWorais, give, jleep, andpSSote. d Without Injurious medication. ojom UhailnTarlably produced tSSSSS Edww F Pasdm, m. &. " Tho Winthrop," lasth Street and Tin Are, New York Crtr Thk Ckwtibu. Cohpaxt, 77 Mubbat Btesct, Nit Yoi. line of Trucks' Drajs and Extretih doDc upic UUL.UJN &L, J. ULiMSTJDJJ, Liberty Street. Willamette Hotel. New stock and ve-j the best service rendered. Noshablj ii. L,. JjAMOUKKU.V, 1'roprletor. 103 State Street. TUB rPUOLSTlJRER. Uueniektta street. Book & Jot -Printers,-! First class work. .Reasonable prices. Ealem, Orefsn. Willamette Dniversi FIF1IET11 YEAR. Oldest. Highest and Most Extended Institution of Learning In the Pcifl I Northwest Sixteen courses of Instruction, frjo Grammar, through Academic and C lege, io Theology, Law and Medicine. Splendid Courses for Training Te&fthfnrr. Ttnalniuo Art. ElOCUtlM and Music. Several Post Gradut Courses. Stronger and better tbanevti. It's Woman's College affords an ldj uome ror young ladles wltn unsurpw facilities for their care aud training. The school vear ocens Eepl. 1, 1&& For Year Book and all infornwlloj relation to school management wU course or study, address, Acting Pres., W. C. HA WLEY, VU a,A . For finanoial Information, addreas, Eev. J.H. EOORK, Agent, 8-22-d&w Salem, Oregon. MONEY TO LOAN On Improved Real Estate, in B?onl'!,!d uuu to suit, mo delay in consiaenus " FEAR & FORD, Kmm 19. lln.h Rink block. I ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY, St Paul. Marlon County. Oregon. rx.a .... n. . ...L.if.l. VamCifll . ujuuocea oy me "Mtera oi uio " f " ,.i I Jesus and Mary. Tbe location uflurd" suw etn bo dnlntil for hMlthful outdoor fierp 1 su Paul can bo rtully rencbtd by boiti i on ijj ...... m. ...V IWA4 M ,!,' V.? " cou'seof study Ucomplrte. Stenography and Typewriting TauiM- lth nil ...a .-.. ..MmrmnU. " I Terms moderate. Kor further pattlcn are apply to IfUrHopejl K-i-llW'- CflflS. WOLZ, GERMAN :-: MARKET Broth ponuoerdol Bt, 8lem. AU kinds Kresojtoaltand Einoied " mw pphhw. CfiUYXMi'' jafctinw !. ' uAilslrtiJjfc