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am " ' ' W' .EVOKING- CAPITAL JOURKAIi, TIJBSDA, DECEMBER 5, lW. SPKCIAIv WE QUOTE FOR FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC mean tho same with too many denlers. But not with us, though. We KNOW what we buy, and wo ten tno exact truth in the soiling. Whether lm ported or of home make, tho goods on our counters bo had at the price. You can alwayBrelyon that. you ore golngto bulldor mateeiny:irlndor Improvement, cult ou;tno underilaued iof material. We have acomplelestoolt,:and ar ready to supply anylprepared contract, sewer work, (trading, etc. Salem Improvement Co. Local Dates. Dee. 7. Madellue Merll drama. Dee. 13. Congregational corn social. Dee. 0. Balem Keeley League enter tainment. . , i Dec. 9. First Presbi terlan church concert. Jan. 20, By Perkins comedy. Editor Journal. The butchers of Balem are uot on to the racket or thei would give the editor of u certain even ing sheet his meats free of cost. Everj single line of business In Balem Is pro tected from the peddlers by a llceupt and why not ask meat peddlers lo paj a license. Tho peddler pays uorent, payB no taxes, pays no hired help, and is never found when the numerous sub scription papers are goluglng the rounds; In fact bo never leaves any money in the city. Salem has a butch er that annually subscribes more to different subscription papers and manv other causes than tho aliened editor would in a life time. Portland has the same license on meat peddlers that Balem has and you hear uo comptalut from there, in fact all the complalut you hear in Balem Is from the hungry evening sheet that estimates hides to be worth fO.OO when as a matter of fact they are hardly worth freight out of town. o Relief Corps Election. The Wcmau'a Relief Corps held its annual election of ofllcers last night In Its hall in the State Insurance building. The following ofllcers were elected: Presi dent, Mrs. Lou Smith; senior vice pres,, Mrs. R. A. Crossan; Junior vice pres., Mrs. J. M. Ferguson; treasurer, Mrs. Ed, Burton; rhaplaln, Mrs. Pres cott; conductor, Mrs. M. Baker; guard, Mrs.W. D. Pettlnglll; first delegato, Miss Elydla Ryau; second, Mrs. Lizzie Smith; third, Mrs. B. B. Catterlin; fourth, Miss Lotta Burton; fifth, Mrs. Sanderson; sixth, Mrs. Geo, W. Davis; first alternate, Mrs. Kimber; secoud, Miss Flo Catterlin; third, Miss Llntne Lewis; fourth, Mrs. Prescott; fifth, Mrs. Ross, sixth, Mrs. Lizzie Buy re, . m m ' ' ' Extradited. Gov. Peunoyer yes terday Issused papers to secure one L. M. Stearns, of Columbia county, who is under arrest at Seattle for embezzling funds of tho State aud other insurance companies, for whloh he wus ageut. He has about $200 collected as pre miums for tho State, for which the oompany Is obliged to Issue policies. It eoems ho turned In all note business, and tho cash transactions ho never re ported, thinking ho would simply be robbing tbo individuals, but tbe com pany is hold responsible for the acts of lta agents, bonce they make them good. Mr. Stearns will no doubt come to Bilom to spend a year or two. m New Deal. Jako Wouger has just opened a new meat market at 101 Court street, where he will sell good moats as low ub tho lowest. He uuder aramis his business, uud guarantees satisfaction. P. 5. DEARBORN'S XMAS SUGGESTIONS. Red mountains of Alaska by W. D. Allen. Knockabout Olub In the Woods. Mv Days aud Nights on tho Battle Fields, by Cbas. Carleton Cofllu, Three Vaasar Girls in Suuth America Chatterbox tor 1803. LIttIo Ones' Annual. Day of Chivalry. The Nursery. Pansy Book. Brownies' New Book ....at...,- n - IF MMjbm BOOK STORE. THE HOLIDAYS; Linen TableclothP. Hemstiched plain centers. Hemstiched brocaded centers Hemstiched brocaded fringed. All with napkins to match. Lunch clothes, Doyles to " Table linens by the yard napkins to match. .. e .. Our line or 35c linen kerchiefs, now 25c. hand- THE PALACE. A Gifted Orator. Rev. Charles Edmund Locke, pastor of Taylor St. M. E. church, Portland, one of the most gifted orators in tbe state will lec ture at the First M. E. chu'eh of this city tomorrow; 8 o'clock p. m. None C4u afford to miss this opportunity to spend a profitable evening; Subject of lecture, "Every Inch a Man," come and pay your 60 cents at the door. Trains Off. Tho overland train from the South this morning was com pelled to go to Portland via Corvallis from Albauy over the Oregon Pacific track, owing to high wuter damage be low, Locul trains, however, went through all right, and tbe overland this evening will come south as usual. County Court. Yesterday by pay ment of $100 on part of W. G. Evaus to Kuapp, Burrell & Co., this Arm agrees to pay all costs in their casee against W. G. Evans, and Lelltla Evans aud C. H. Eyaus vs. Bberiil Knight, without further proceedings, aud a receipt in full. m Dolls, Dolls, Dolls A largo aft surtmeut just arrived at the New York KacKet which will be sold at prices never bbrore heard of In Salem. If you want a good doll cheap, call and see them. 2d lw o Elegant and Elaborate That new Hue of holiday iiovelilies just re ceived at the Ladles Bazaar. Stamped linens and outing ilaunels a specialty. Prices tho very lowest ever known in Salem. The First Up. The Elwood will leave for Portland Thursday morning, uud will be the first boat up from there. She will arrive hero Friday evening with a heavy load of merchandise. From the Highlands. That famous Oregon Highland honey. Just received, fresh from the apiary of E. S. Brooks, by J. A. Van Eaton. None Better. The Gillman coal selling pt $8 per tou at tho Salem Im provement Co.'s yards, Is the best fuel In Salem. Timothy Hay. The best carload ever brought to Salem, at tbe lowett price known. Brewster &, White. 12 4 3t Bounty. D. D. Jack received $1.20 for 30 gray digger squirrel scalps today. Souvenir pieces of the Blue Front. chlua Justin at Heavy stook of all kinds of feed kept at urewster & While's, Court street. 12-4-3 1 Call at tho Now York Racket when you waut to save money on underwear. 2d lw PERSONALS. D. E. Swank, tho Populist leader from AuuiBvlllo, Is in tho city. Thomas Sims, Business Manager- of tho bautlam Lumbering Co., arrived home, after a two weeks' trip to Kpo- icane, wash. Chan. Lawrensou aud P. W. Rogers, two eastern musicians, have arrived, and played for the first time before a Salem audience last night at Reed's in tho Elite oi chest ra. LITTLE LOCALS. Tho remains of tho late Mrs. Lecdy were today shipped by express to Eure ka, Kansas Joliu Holman returned to Albauy this moruiug, after doing a rouud day's work at tho eeo nd ward polls yesterday Fog uud a clear coo night No more politico till after New Year Uev. Smith of the Chris tian church of Monmouth will oonio to Salem, Tho railroad commission Is In tho city Tho religious census baa been begun D. M. Morris of Turner goes to California to live K. of P. lodge work iu pag degree this evening, ....County commissioners' court to morrow O. M. Bartlett got 30 days for petty larconoy from Recorder Edea today. G. W. Dlintulok of Hubbard, was iu tho city today Chas. G, Bralller, a helpless quarter-breed idiot from Astoria, wus sout to the asylum today. Buy your shoes while they arc cheup ut Kruiisso Bros. For Mrs. McfJee and tho Babias. Following contrlbutiopB were re ported to the Journal office Menday: H. M. Vau Avery, package cof Jee. Master Harold Cochran, cash, 25 cts. R. R. Ryan, half cord wood delivered. Phil. Fretz, 60 ceuts, cash. Geo. Goodhue, half cord wood, de livered. J. W. Thomas, barrel apples, de livered. Mrs. H. Beatty, $1.00, cash. R, E. Wands, load of vegetables. C. M. Eppley, cash, 25 ccuta. Mrs. John Savoge, Jr., collected tbo following donations for tbo family up to Monday moruiug, and is continuing the good werk: Win. Holmes, cord wood delivered. J. J. Dalrymple stockings and hand kerchiefs. The Palace, Blockings, handkerchiefs aud child's hood. N. Y. Racket, underclothing. Jns. Fishburn, sack of flour. Mrs. Mark Skid, veil. E. F. Oaburn, underclothing. J. A. Van Eaton, potatoes. John Savage, Jr., cord wood de livered. More will be announced as they come in. All subscriptions and gifts have not been reported here, and many persons declined to glvo their names for publi cation. But a publio newspaper office cannot well receive contributions upon auy other plan than entire publicity. All who wish to assist Mrs. McGee in providing for her children, through the winter, and are sensitive about letting such a good deed be known, can send their gifts to her house, 30 Church street. It is the bouse next to the Deaf Mute institute. Mrs. McGee feels very grateful for all that has been done for her, and re marked to u Journal reporter that she only hoped the time would come when she could return the kindness and do something for others. While tbe family's necessities are now well supplied, there should be money enough subscribed to pay the bouse rent for a vear at least unless the family can be otherwise provided for. D. D. Coffey, county assessor, cash, $1.00. Mrs. Jos. Early, one quart of milk dally for the winter. An Excellent Program la that of tho musical entertainment at the First Presbyterian church on Fri day evening, Dec. 6th: Orchestra. Male quartette. Recitation, Miss Sara Brown. Pi mo solo, Mrs. Frank Wlllman. Vocal solo, Mrs. A. G. Coleman, Port land. Recitation, Mrs, Rlely. Piano duet, Misses Hlrsch. Recitation, Miss Brown. Piano solo, Miss Dalrymple. Mandolin and banjo duet, Messrs. Keller and Nickol. Male quartette. Piano solo, Mrs. Dr. Babbitt. Orchestra. Course of High Grade Entertain ments at the Salem Fust M. E. Church IV. Dr. Chas.Edward LockeTaylor street church Portland, "Every Inch a Man," Dee. 6. V. Grand concert by Salem artists, December 20th. Course ticket Is $2.00. Single admis sion Is 60 cents. Tickets for pale at Dearborn's bookstore and Aitkon's grocery store. State street. ll-3tf. PERTINENT PERS0NAL3 Prof. John Tyndall tho eminent English Scientist Is dead. The trial of Prendergast, slayer of Carter Harrison, Is adjourned to Wed nesday. Mrs. Geo. H. Williams, tho noted Portland faith curist, has completed her forty days fast and eats again. Hon. Joseph Simon, of Portland, ar rived homo Sunday morulng from a six weeks' trip to the East. Income Tax. A Now York paper announces tho re suit of a poll of 171 members of cou gross relative to the taxing of incomes. Tho result is; Favorable to such a tax 71 Opposed to It... 02 Non-committal ...38 Tho answers servo to show very clear ly that' the question has a geographical phase. Those representatives who come from tho East are opposed to the Income tax by a large majority; those from the 8outb favor it by un even larger majority; whllo those from the West are more evenly divided, with the majority for tbe income tax. REAL ESTATE TRANSFEAS. O. E. Thompson to Margaret Love- erldge; 2 8:100 acres in Woodburn, $S00. H. Worrell to Coolldge & McCIalue; 1 18-103 aores, $1,250. Dueuna Boone to Margaret L, Coffey, Iota in North Balem, $40, The Oregon Land Co. to O. Cegill: Bcott Mills, $25. W. W. Elder to Hiram Borohert, 20 acres, $1000. T. W. Davenport to Mrs. Nancy E, I Davenport; lot In Brown's add to BIN ' vertou, f 850. Bent Tacgelstadt to O, P. Caving; 15.465 acres, f 1000. RE8ULT OP THE CITY ELECTION. Throo Republicans and One Demo crat Elected. Following is tho result of tho ballot ing in tho several wards of tbo city: first ward. R. B. Duncan (Rep.) 98 JohuGrey (Dem.) 66 Thomas Holman 1 -second ward. Thomas Holman (Rep.) 210 W. H. Holmes (Dem.) -- 115 THIRD ward. Thomas Kay (Rep.) 115 G. Slelner (Dem.) 25 fourth ward. John H. Albert (Dem.)-.- 107 Geo. P. HUKhes (Ren.) 154 Tho retiring aldermen are M. W. Hunt, E. M. LaForo and Col. J. Olm sted in the first, second and third wards, respectively. The couucil, as it will bo after the first meeting in January, will consist of G. F. Smith and R. B. Duncan for the first ward, E. C. Cross and Th03. Holman for the second; Geo. B. Gtay and Tbos. Kay for tho third; A. Klein and J. H. Albert for the fourth. Messrs. Gray and Albert will still bo the Demo cratic members, Remember the entertainment at tbf First Presbyterian church, tomorrow (Monday) evening. Admission, 25 cents. State Tax Board. This ia the day for tbe state board of equalization to begin its third regulai annual session at the capilol aud will coutinue so for a period of thirty days. Secretary D. W. Coolldge has-been hert for somo time preparing tho prelimi nary tables aud other work for the mem here. Tbo board is composed oi V. A. Dunlap.of Klamath; A. C. Wood cock, of Lane; B. D. Gibson, of Polk; J. P. O. Lonsdale, of Multnomah, Gi Wingate, of Clatsop; VV. G. Hunter, ol Union; J. L. Luckoy, of Crook. The gentlemen met at the state house thic afternoon. The River. Water is falling fa&i and now stands at 18 feet. Tbe lock will be open to-morrow evening. The New York Backet is selling all wool mackintoshes at very low prices. 2dlw SUPREME COURT. Balem, Dec. 5, '93. H. E Davis, respondent, vs. B. H. Bowmon, applicant, appeal from Mult nomah county; argued and submitted. Judge W. W. Thajer and Emmeti Williams attorneys for app. RufuB Mallory attorney fot resp. Immense bargains in New York Rackt t. shoes at the 2dlw FROM ANDERSON'S FRIENDS. i Card in His Behalf from Those Who Wero Present. To Whom It May Concern : Iuasmuch as we learn that certain untruthful reports have been circulated ugalust Mr. W. R. Anderson, proprie tor or the Elk Head saloon. In the city of Salem, we, the undersigned, take pleasure In statlug that wo were preo out ut Mr. Anderson's place of business on ThanKsgivine day, jNoveinoer bu, 1893; that he entertained his visitors with free lunch, consisting of several roast turkeys, snarerlbs. crackers, pie's feet, and egg nog; that wepartook of his generous hospitality, which we found to be good iu every respect, both as to food and drink, and everything was served tree or charge oy Mr. Au dersou on that day as has been bis custom on Thankglvlug days for tbe past several years. We deem It only proper that we should make this state meut in Justice to Mr. Audersou. in order to correct any untruthful reports which may nave bceu circulated agalust mm : M. H. Cralk, J. W. Gay, H. C. Wade, W. Rafier, Hfiiry J. Parker, S. Flu ley, Frank Starr, I-aao Ford, Sam Miller, Sid Moore, J H. Hhos. Ed. Townsend, L. E. Pel lett, Wm. Adolpb, H. M. Huff, B b Pugh. John Puub, J. D. Jefferson, Chas. J. Nelson, Frank Carlson, W. W. Ullroy, E. E. Brltton, Bert Lynch, Elmer Musser, M. H. Hamilton, M. Guilders, John Moore, Col. J. L. Ashby, Thus. Bhauahan, Lyou Adolpb, R. H. Weatacott, J. Wlllson, O. P. Mauser, Wm. Wlckey, R."E Payue, W. R Manson, J. L. Bear, James Wllsou, G A. Musser, J. P. Ward, Clarence Blakely, Wm. A. Btiusou, N J. Ferrell, Turn Lwry, G. W. Shriuer, I'uiil Limerick, J. Mills, C. Hubbard, Milt Ford, D. M. Lflizel, T. MoFaddeu G. Wm. Johus, C bus. Beusou, Clell Nash, Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, R PRICES M (not The only pure. Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alma. Used in Millions of Home 40 Years the Stonfarxl Tammany Braves. What means tho suddon gathering of Tammany braves from all parts of tho state at the Willamette hotel today? There quietly dropped In tho last twenty-four hours, Senator Coggswe 1, Gen. Compeon, J. L. Hendershott, Attorney General Chamberlain and prominent Democrats from other parts of the Btate. The conference seemed to have been pre-arranged although Its proceedings have been yery quiet. Tho Nestor cf of Oregon Democracy, Banker A. Bush was also n tbe consultation and his of fice received many calls. Nothin can be learned of the purposes of the gen tlemen. Two Important Offices Filled. Tho president today renominated W. B. Hornblower to be associate jus of tho supremo court. Also J. 8. Proc tor, of Kentucky, to bo clvi. service commissioner. Fald In Her Own Coin. A Brooklyn lady, living on the heights, found out to her cost recently that it is not always wise to criticise the seeming neglect of others. Calling not long ago upon a somewhat eccentric neighbor, who is known to pos sess a very keen wit and a sharp tongue, she found her neighbor out. Sho waited in tho parlor a few mo ments, however, while the servant went upstairs to got a hook. An old fashioned rosewood piano stood in ono corner of the room, which had not received omuch needed touch of dust brush that morn ing. Upon the top of this tho visitor traced for the servant's benefit tho not particu larly nolito word, "slattern." Shortly afterward sho left without meeting the eccentric person. A few days later she chanced to meet the neighbor in tho street, to whom she remarked, "I called to see you tho other day but you were out. I hope tho girl told you, for I left no card." "Oh, but you are mistaken," replied she of the sharp tongue. "I knew you called, for I found your card on the piano." New York Herald. Incontestable. Tutter "What a bright boy you have, Mrs. Twickenham. I don't think I ever saw such a precocious youth. I think ho is going to make a great name for him self some day. Mrs. Twickenham Yes, Clifford is rather remarkable in some respects, al though we try not to let him know it. Tutter Remarkable! Why, I tell yon ho is a positive genius. Mrs. Twickenham That is hardly possible, Mr. Tutter. He must have some inheritance of this sort, you know, and (smiling) neither of his parents lays claim to anything like genius. Tutter But, my dear madam, that haBn't anything to do with it. Why (enthusiastically), some of the greatest geniuses tho world has ever seen have sprung from the commonest people. New York Press. Keep Right On. The late Marshal MacMahon was not a good offhand speaker. There was. a colored cadet in the Saint Cyr Military academy, and once when the marshal reviewed tho corps tho instructor sug gested that he should say something to encourage the black man. "Let him stand forth," said tho mar shal. "So you are a darky, aro you?" ho said to tho cadet. "Yes, marshal." "Well, keep it up." Argonaut. Business Ability. "Has By kins paid you tho $5 hp, owes you?" "Yes." Tm glad to hear it." "I was glad for an hour or two. Do you know that man is a born financier?" "What makes you think so?" "He paid me $5 in the morning, and established confidence to such a degree that he borrowed $10 that afternoon." Washington Star. A Plum Failure. Mr. Phoneyman Speaking of flowers and fruits and the like, there was only one fruit in tho Garden of Eden that was a failure. Mr. Uptown Which" was that? Phoneyman Tho early pair, of course Texas Sif tings. No Reminder. Auntie Does this cako mako you think of grandma? Katie Mercy, no. Auntie Why not? Katie She always gave mo two pieces. Chicago Inter Ocean. The Wont of It. "I thought I was prepared for tho wurst, but I must say I wasn't expect ing this," said the new boarder as ho sat down to his seventh consecutive break fast of sausage. Detroit Tribune. UlUtful Icnor&uce. "I don't believe that aunt of mine knows she has a mustache," soliloquized young Spoonamore, "and it's been right under her nose for the last 25 years." Chicago TnbunOj OVERCOATS, OVERCOATS, OVERCOATS Slaughtered at Cost ! The Largest assortment ever brought to Salem. They Must Go in the next 30 days! AND COST TURF TOPICS. Horses in warm countries never have distemper. A trotting association has been formed at Geneva, O. C. J. Hamlin thinks Arion can beat Directum in a raco. Tho hard roadways in cities soon knock a trotting roadster's feet to pieces. Trotting horse drivers in New England are endeavoring to form an association. Ed Geers says Robert J is the fastest horse in tho world at either way of going. American jtrottors or their descendants win nino out of ten races on European tracks. Electricity, 2:17, by Electioneer, has been Bold to Colonel John E. Thayer of Boston. Good saddlers and fast roadsters are in great demand in New York city and are hard to get. The European 2-year-old trotting rec ord is 3:03, by Adria, by Eaglo Bird, im ported to Austria. The big trotting tracks all made monoy this year. Tho financial depression had little effect on racing. The Louisville Jockey club goes out of existence next June, and a new associa tion will control, Churchill Downs. Tho 0-year-old stallion High Commis sioner has been presented by Colonel North to the sons of tho lato E. A. Buck. The Russians always buckle their har ness girths and straps on the off side, just tho opposite to our American horse men. A smooth going pacer can stand the wear and tear of city pavements longer than a trotter and is therefore tho bettor horso in a city. Prince Menchikoff , owner of tho Amer ican trotters, Mattio H, 2:1 1; Tillie Brown, Birdie B, Louise and others, died recently at Baden-Baden. Horseman, PERSONAL GOSSIP. Lord Tennyson is busily engaged Writ ing tho lifo of his father. Baron Albert Rothschild is ono of tho best chess players in Vienna, Tho Earl of Mountcashell was lately married to Miss Cornelius, daughter of a Queen's county (Ireland) farmer. The peer is 67, the peri 20. There are two colored officers in tho regular army, Lieutenants J. H Alex ander and Charles Young of tho Ninth cavalry, which is composed of colored troops. Senator Sherman's real estate holdings at Washington are rated on this year's tax list at $400,000. Ho is about the heaviest individual taxpayor at tho capital. Gorham D. Abbott of Winsted, Conn., who became deaf and dumb when a child through an attack of scarlet fever, is just now beginning to talk again after beiuir mute for over 80 years. Life Is Misery to many people who have the taint of scrofula in their blood. Tbo agonies caused by tbe dreadful running sore? and other manifestations of this disease are beyond description. There is n other remedy equal toHood's Sarsap arllla for scrofula, salt rh-mm and even form of blood disease. It la reanonabh sure to benifit all who give it afalr trial. Hood's Pill? cure all liver ills. 1X7-AN general nousewor Trade ttreet. W L 12 atr VV ! in family of two; 111 W st. FOR 8I.K Two rre-h oow, A WestarottV livery. Call atbhoup CHRISTIAN HCIENCE-Llternture kiudg on sale at KW Liberty ttreet. of an BURTON BROTHERS Manufacture Standard Pressed Brick, Molded Brick In all Patterns for Kmnto and supply tbe brick lortbe New Balem Citt Hall and uearly all tbe fine buildings erected In tbe Capital city. Yards near Penitentiary, Balem, Or. 8d Bpeclal clubbing rate with Weeklj Oregonlan at this oOluei THE ONLY PLACE IN SALP ..,' Where you can find under one roof a complete assortment of . JACKETS and flLOAICfl. ' ALL WOOL CLOTHING, BOOTS. RHOE8 and RUBBER GOODS. CARPETS MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC. . DRESS UOODH ana Till AIM IN UH( BLANKETS and QUILTS, TRUNKS aud VALISES, WILLIS BROTHERS & CO. OPERA HOUSE CORNER, - Underwear of all kludflj Long cloaks at your own priftf, TAKES 'EM. ' Final Account. Thomas H. Hubbard, tbe guardian if Bertha Holen Hubbard, a minor, (now of age), files his final account and petitions for bis discharge as such. IIbs Hubbard is a daughter of Jos. B, Hubbard, deceased, and by bis will her diaro of tbe estate amounts to $379 96, ThU has been given to her by tbe guar- tiau, and be desires to bo released from urther duties in the case. Odd. The odd pieces of genuino im ported ebina ware just in at tbe Blue 'rout. It was only three-quarters of a clean sweep. It Is bard lo nurse a newborn daily newspapej with a broken arm. Bro. Flaggoftho Daily Democrat deserves substantial sympathy In hs misfor tune. Salem can boast of a shrewd Demo cratic olty politician in Jo. Albert. He is not much more than old enough to vote and is able to work a ward two thirds Republican so as to make it give thirteen Democratic majority. Looking Better feeling better better in every way. There's more consolation in that than well people stop to ponder. To get, back flesh and spirits is every thing. Scott's Emulsion of pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypo phosphites is prescribed by lead ing physicians everywhere for ail ments that aVe causing rapid loss of flesh and vital strength. Scott's Emulsion will do more than to stop a lingering Cough It fortifies the system AGAINST coughs and colds. Prepared br Sontt Bown.N. T. All drncclstt. f TO ARREST Your attention even for a moment mayl -e hard to do with an nrdlnurr adcrtlt-f item but h-re Is somethlnar that oucbt tog iao n. we nave openea up our HOLIDAY GOODS 3ounte'S. Leather Goods, Gold Pens, Arts Oreeon Xmas Carrtn. Juvenile Book- Ow-I noon, oxidised Novelt e. utnenaani. toe to ine auii times to i win nnu i""t o'fcea erejtlv reduced. Call and examines our line. We will be pleased to see you. Patton Bros., AcenU tor -'Old Nick." 8S Btate street MADAM McALPIN, if Denver, has opened Dress-making Parlors in tbe Eldrldge block, in tbe rooms formerly occupied by Mrs. Baker and guarantees A Perfect Fit or No Pay ! ll-23-lia ' , BALEM, OREGON- MP iKf"1111"1"