Newspaper Page Text
VI WWMllW l EI DEPOT. FRESH JERSEY MIIvK! DAY OR NIGHT- 5c A QUART IN QUANTIT1K8 TO 8U1T AT -STIIONU'S nE8TAURA.NTv PERSONALB. K. Nets, tbo bop buyer, camo down from Albony this afternoon. Geo. Harris, tbo State street parbor, bad business In Portland today. Mrs. G. A. Itockwell, who baa been very III, is thought to bo better today. V. P. Dugan, the plumber, had business nt tbo deaf rauto school this morning. P. W. Lovoll, of tbo secretary rf state's ofllce, wont to Portland this afternoon. Dr. D. A. Pftluo, superintendent of tbo insane asylum, wont to Portland this morning. Albort R. Crawford.of Independence, was In tbo city today, a guest at the Willamette. P. H. Fitzgerald and John B. Btott today filed medical licenses with the county olerk. E. O'Plyng and family, of Boulh Bulem, aro homo after a weeks' outing at Slab creek. 33. O. Glltncr, secretary of tho Blote Insurance company, had business In Portlaud today. A. 8. Brasflold was a Portland visitor this afternoon and expects to return homo thlseyonlng. Mrs. P. R. Jossup returned this afternoon from u two weeks visit with frlouds at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Smith returned this afternoon from Bodavlllo, where they havo spont tho summer. Miss Maudo Martin returned this morning from an oxtonded visit with friends at Walla Walla, Wn. Prosldont W. 0. Hawloy, of tho Willamette University, loft this morn ing for Union, Eastern Oregon. MIbs Luoy Williams returned this Afternoon from Newport where sho has bcoa rusticating tbo past month. Contractor P. A. Harrlld has been selected to superintend the addition that Is to be built at tho stuto insane asylum, Mrs. 0. A. Gray and Sou Geo, Will iam, and Mrs. W. T. Gray and chil dren, returned today from an outing at Newport, by tbo sea. Homer Craven, salosmau in the dry goods establishment of J. J. Dalrym ple, Is homo from a short lllshlug expl dltlon on tbo Santiam. Br. B. A. Davis goes this morning to NeBkowIn beaohes. Her mother goes with her to join a sister thero and Dr. DavIb will not return until Monday or Tuesday. Prof, MoElroy and family havo re turned to Salem from their summer outing. It Is thought they will removo to Eugene in a fow days. Prank Alexander and wlfo, of Balom, came up toEugonoon this morning's over land train to spoil d a fow days visiting relatives and frlouds, Eugenu Guard. iNOonrouATED. Prsger Eros. Co. of Portland, hayo tiled articles with tho secretary of stato for tho purposo of conducting a genoral merchandise bus iness and erecting a sultablo building thorefor. Capital stock $100,000. Pisii Every day iu the week at Doty's market, 04 Court street. Come around in tho morning and get some fresh salmon, halibut, sturgeon, black cod and cattish. For "sweets" peoplo usually go to a oonfeotlonary store but for tho finest Bwet potatoes in the market, go to Branson & Co'b, Thoy also have tho lluest of tomatoes. TOO BUSY. Wo are too busy openlug new goods to change our window this week. We have bought in tho Eastern markets tho laigest and best selected stock of goods for the needs of our home people that we ever had. We purchased these goods early aud secured every advant age of choice styles aud low prices. We are receiving these goods now. They aro openlug up in line shape, When they are all in aud even now, we invite everybody who has supplies or tho wluter in tbe shape of dry goods, dress goods, cloaks, clothing, ImU, men's women's aud children's nhoea to buy. to call and seo us. We dhalleuge uy or all oompotitlou in the quality of our goods aud in the iownets el our prices. Blanket ae continued this week, Children's kkl glove tlll given away (o purofaAW till they are all gone. WILLIS BROtf, & CO. TLa atsk Dry Gowk, Ctotkioc fvad fboeXo, J ON THE WILLAMETTE. Steamer Grey Eagle Again Running The Modoo'a New Bcheamo. Aftnp wnrktncf nearlv four days, the Grey Eigle succeeded In getting off tbo bar, about two miles above ji.oib, ibio Wednesday afternoon. She at onco re turned to Salem, where sho unloaded her Independence freight, wblcn win be hauled by team to its destination. Bho left for Portlaud nt 0 a. m. today, and will probably return tomorrow evo utng. Steamer Modoo reached Salem early tbls morning with a large load of gen oral merchandise from Portland for Balom merchants. After discharging Ban she took ou a load of Hour and fned and left for tho metropolis at 10 o'clock tbls morning. Hereafter the Modoo will raako but two trips a wceK between Salem and Portland, haying adopted a now schedule Tho new boat, tho Gypsy, Is expected to arrive at Salem some time next week, when tho old schedule may bo resumed, tbo Gypsy making threo trips a week In place of tho Modoo. Commencing Monday, Aug. 26, the Modoo will leave Balom for Portland ut 10 a. m. ovory Monday and Thursday and on the re turn trip leavo Portland for Balem at 0 i, m. every Buuday and Weduoiday. Probato Court. Professor A. W. Long, as adminis trator of tho estato of M. B. Long, de ceased, yesterday tiled his bonds In the aura of $18,000 with the county clerk after Hb approval by the county court. Mr. Long's sureties aro J. H. Albert, J. A. Sell wood oud C. B. Moores. Morion Palmer. Matblns Cooley uud W. L. Hicks, havo been named as appraisers of tho estate. W. P. Boothby has been appointed Administrator of Prlscllla Larklns, deceased, who left proporty valued at MOO. His bond was lixed at 00 ana tho appraisers aro H: C. Downing, Wm. Tarploy and W. W. Martin. WiiiLao Farther Than Money. It Is well for Balanites to think of seourlng other business enterprises, such as creameries, box factories, etc., but what will go more toward socurlng such enterprises than money, Is tho assuranco from the pooplo of their natronago. Now wo havo ono of tho best cigar factories on tbe coast situated at Salem and tho products thoroof tho La Corona,PrIzo Bouquet and Bon Ton cigars canuot bo equalled by cigars costing much more. By all means patronlzo homo Industry when purchas Ing cigars as well ob when investing iu more ox penal vo artlolos. Died At tho homo f tho family, oornor Chomoketa and Twentieth strcote, Salem, Or., at 0 o'clock p. ui. Charlotto Kuih, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hofer, aged 14 months. Deceased with tho other chil dren had been passing through an attack of whooping cough and was doing uicoly, when In a severe fit of coughing her little life wont out in a verv sudden and unoxnocted manner. A brief funeral servlco was held at the Uouao lato this afternoon and tho butlal was had at Leo Mission comotory. Anti-Bloomer. It Is reported from Oregon City that several youug mou mot and ellectcd tho preliminary organization of an anti-bloomer society. This Is supposed to havo evolved from the agitation of tho subject, begun by Professor Bhorey's lecture at tho Con gregatlonal chnrch, Buuday night. They tako the position that the bloom er Is Immoral and opposed to religion. Free Bicycle Races. Tho O. O. C. C. has arranged some free amuBo ment for Balom people that will doubt less be muoh enjoyed (tomorrow) Fri day evening ut 0:30 o'clock on the traok In Willson Park. There will be two races: Ono a mllo race for boys uudor 10 years old, and another an exhibition mllo by Watt Ship, paced. m ConnETT fe PiTzsiMStoNsl Latest. i'ou kuov Charley down here at tho Now York Kitchen well, he isn't go ing to stand against either Corbett or Pltz, but ho will knock 'em all out when it comes to nerving a flrst-cla meal for 15 cents. Ho will glvo you anything in tho market,put up iu good shape. 101 Statelstreet. Bomb Wheat. Threshers ou Alex ander LaFollett's placo report aylqld of 61) bushels to tho acre for a piece of 35 aores. Tbe Mission bottom farmers are quite noted for their wheat grow ing, and tbo LuPollett aud Bont Jones farms are said to have 11 uo peach crops this year. Come to Oregon for wheat, peaohes and cream. m A Well Known Fact. 'Tls a well knowu fact that tho world is rouud but most peoplo know that wo servo a good square meal for only 16 cents. Dining parlors at tho disposal of our many patrons. Kenworthy A Barnett. Notary. Leo Willis of Balem, wm today commissioned a notary pub lic for tho state of Oregon by the gov ernor, Gravonsteln apples, watermelons aud peaohes, at Branson & Co.'u. Children Cry for ritohf r'n Caitorla. PWILLIAM TASKER FINED $50 Bicyclists Arrested. Other Police Court News. Those who happened in pollco court yesterday afternoon truly witnessed a iad scene In the trial of Wm. Taskcr charged with assault .'and battery on tbe person of bis wife. Mrs. Tanker and sons Charles and Walter testified as to tho husband aud father's actions on tho previous day In ejecting Mrs. Tasker from tho family home. At the conclusion of tho trial Mr. Taskor asked to havo his eldest son, Charles, who Is of age, ordered off his premises. WIipu tbe testimony bad all been taken In, Judgo Edes Imposed a One of $50 and costs on the defendant In default of which he was committed to Jail. Bomo of his neighbors think Mr. TaBker Is uusound mentally and very Irritable. When his temper Is roused, he Is of a very ugly disposition, The ordinance compelling blcyclhts to attach lanterns and bells to thilr wheels Is being rigidly enforced. Lutt evening threo of Salem's bicyclists wero arrested charged with rldmg wheels without lanterns. Tho result was tho city's finances was Increased to tho extent of (16, a (5 fine being im posed on each of tho riders viz, John Bhlpp.Allen Churoblll and .Mtsa Myr tle Hepburn. Later In the evening Guy Oaborn was also arrested charged with tho same mledemaonor and paid a J5 tine. Ono night a fow days since a hobo called at tho farm homo of Mr. Casey, near Woodburu and asked for a place to sleep. Mr. Caeey was about to di rect the man to tho barn, but Mrs. Cueey thinking the mso to be perfectly honest, luylted him In and directed him to a bedroom, Whan tbo family aioso the next morning he .had disapt pcarcd and alBoa sweater belonging to ono of tho boys. Since tho tholt tho Salem pollco havo beeu watohlng for tho culprit, Policeman Wells Latour ott last night discovered a hobo, a part of whose wardrobe consisted of a sweater. Ho was Immediately takun to tho city Jail where ho gave the uamoof Gcorgo Jackson. Mr. Casey of Woodburu has been notified of the capture of a raun supposed to bo tbe ono who entered hltt home and until word Is received from him, Mr.Juckson will remain n guest at the Hotol do Dllloy. Herman Pox, njolly Gorman, living near Mt. Angol, a harvest hand by nomination, recolved llvo days for drunkeucss. "You know wo Germane like beer," ho said to Judgo Edes "and as I could not get any water I bought sottio bper," Recorder Edes thought It Btrango that tbo man could not And any water Iu a city so largo as Salem and decided to glvo him llvo days in which to become accustomed to tho water of tbe capital city. Moro Stato Diplomas. Besides the list of Marion county applloauts examined at tho oillco of Stato Suporsutondent Irwin recontly, and recommouded for stato diplomas by tho state examining board. Tbo following applicants from other coun ties have been passed upon and recom mendations mado that they bo granted stato diplomas, viz. Mlsa Josephine Hastings, Helix. Umatilla county, Anna J. Young, Mllwauklo, Cluka mas couuty. Olios. J. Lockwood, Newport, Lin coln county. Z. J.Trulove, Linn county. W. C. Bwan, Linn couuty. Dora B. Lynch, Etna, Jackson county. Zella R. Cheney, Talent, Jackson county, Frederick Vincent, Beayer, Tilla mook county. Tho following applicants for stale life diplomas, having taken the neces sary stops and passed satisfactory examinations, are also favorably reo ommouded: Miss Anna D. Craln, Juuotlou City, Lane county. Miss Elva Galloway, Medford, Jack- sou couuty, Other papers of state candidate for diplomas are yet to bo reviewed aud exumlued. West Salem. The Ice cream social nt West Balem Wednesday night, for the benefit of tbo hall fuud, netted (10.30. The hall Is commodious and convenient for such occasions, A humorous aud highly Imaginative eulogy of a Balemlte by the "Mayor of West Balem" caused a great deal of laughter, aud, just as expected, the humorous address of the Salem man did not amount to much. Mayor Catch, of Balem, was present, but, as all know, nothing but water ever passes between him and tho mayor of West Balem. It was a delightful social occasion and shows that West Salem ha an increasing population of tho most desirable class of plain, good people. m Born. THOMAB At tbe home in South Balem to Mr, and Mrs. W. f. Thomas, Auimsi 18, 1805, a son. Bkk our premium ofler of two splen did magazines for the family. Pitchar'ti Castorla, CbiUnmCryfor THE WHEAT MARKET. Still Declining In Chicago But Liver pool Advances. Tidkliittttiu, Bot,tgcr & Co's. Chicago hoard of trxde telegrams today showed whHut opt'u at m for Sept., 06 J, May ODJ, aud closed 1J cents lower, at 02 for Sept., 04 lor Dec, aud C8J for May. CVsh wheat 01J. Liverpool opened steadily and roue J cent a bushel. Tbe Salem local market went down another notch, the mills paying only 42 cents today. Chicago advices aro that unless the gold shipments cease wheat may go down to 65 cents, It has beon as low as 48 thl year, but not since May. Five millions gold goo this week and tho bond syndicate openly an nounced today that wheat will go still lower If gold exports continue. rmcAGo. Alio 21 Wheat.rcuBh OIKe: Sept. 630. Nkw Yohk, Aug U -silver, y4r,leml,WS7). BAN KHaNUIcUO MARKET. 8am Kbanoiuco, Aug ift Wbenl, 2Ko vvsni-oi-Huiii.. riiiin-H. .VdilOe: lulcrlur. uac: vnlley, H3Uo 1IOPH-HUOI U10UH(Jin. . . . . roUUwd-Eiirly Hose, 6O00c; Ilurbank 76c, Ou b Milling, tl.aJ. I'ORTliANU MARKET. l'onTLA"i, Aug. 22 Wheat, valley, 60o; Wullu . nllii, 47a Floor l'ortmnd,W.8S Uentnn county, IJ.85; grnlmtn.NM; superfine, J,.oper oiii, Oau Wlitlo. 2I320 milling, 28S0c; grov, 22331c; rolled, In bag. o.760.00; batrcls, W.UU MlTv.V fueu HI.7.V rouuoeH- nw urrEon, ) uu. Huy-O vki, 5QU W per Ion. Wool-Valley.llalfc Mlltull-llran,fl0.0O, ghortJ), 112.80; chop lcort.Jl.k8 15 per ton; ctilcucu wneiu, bOj nero. Hides-gr. en, Baited 01 lbs 8c; under. (JO lb, 7010c ulnep pelt, 10(37 c. Hops Nominal at 4t, .. . lluvter Oregon lanoy creamery, 1017c; fancy dairy, H15c; ratr togoqd, 1013i" coimnon, 7Ko , ,, Obeeto ufegon full cream, J0311a. Kggs Oregon, lftllo per dor. Poultry ouloncuii. $i.60Vii per dox; ducki 11 W9'i60 getao. H,000 00; turkoya, drcssoJ, 12J0, Bo.f TopMeera,2K03'PlrIbi ,n,r to IF"1 Btcem,2Kaauo; cow, 2Ua3Koj dressed ueef, Aiuiton Hput bcel, Sl.75a2.00; choloe ewes, tl.7S.i24X); dretitod, to ... UORS-L'holce, heavy, ),50a,75;.llgUt and feeder. S1.60; drewed, 4ko B ft. Veal atunll, choice, 6Ur, lnrgo,3u4oRi. BAI.K11 M.VHKKT. Wheat !2o -p bu. Onto 20tt72ki; nuw lHc. llay-llileil, ciiait. J-VHnuoO; timothy, t7.C0. Hour. In wlioicMi.e low, JAW; retail, 12.KO: brnn. buU Jll.OO; vncked, li'itXijiHliort, JliOlo Vi 00; rtiop feed, (13 0J.UJ.00, vrul-DroxHed. Ac, Hogs Drmied, 4c. Llvo Cattle lifnSko, W ool-T Uct, lyka llopat-llcst, ((i0. T! .' . " -.7 . rp .... Union Bar Mammoth BOOTS AND SHOES, Rubber Goods, Notions, Hosiery, Ribbon, Hats and Caps, Everything.. Prices never so low. M. J. MATSON. KcgH CnBh, 10a. Uuttcr-Uet dairy, KnlBcjlfanoyJcreamery Ibi.Oo. Cbeeae lOulJUo. Farm bmoiea MeaU Ilaconh0c; haras, lie; boulders, 7o. l'owtcHM-New.Socybu. Onloai 2c. fouliry UrolIcni,7c; hensOo; ducks, (U7o. Turlceys-UuSc, Why, Oh Why ? "A cruel combination A light horse pulling a heavy top buggy, with a breast-strap horness and a high over check rein. Why will Christian peo ple bo so cruel." Heathkn. Races and Concert. Tho H. A. C. baud will give a free open-air con cert on Williams avenue Friday eve ning The Four O cycling club also announces wheeling contests as follows; Boys' race, 1 mile; exhibition mile by Watt Bhlnn. naoed. The latter will be for the purpose of breaklug the mile record, Free o all. Something New. Just try some of that delicious catsup at MoCall Bros. In fact overythlug at their Btore Is new and fresh. Tinnrrs. Two new race horeea have arrlvod at the state fair grounds The frsh fruit market continues tlrm. Important. Th XTonr Vnrlr TUnbflt ia noW ro- nalui,,.. il. rtmt. Iimtallmeiita of fall gooils. They havo now a largo stock of rail anil winter snoes ior mou, wmueu anil nlillitron nt irnivl OUalltV. late utviu, on.i ut in vi? nrlrpA. Ttiev have also Just opened a line line of German KtllttlUg, BaXOUy auu opauinu Juo. aud haye full Hues in all other kinds of goods carried by them. Call and see and save a largo per cent on your puronases. ou.w Of. Price's Crwira ttaklnjr Powr Women In Jlulnes. Iii a lurgo number of manufacturing coucenw lu Alu-waehusotk, tho offairs of which aro covered by tho lutest re port of tho stato bureau of labor statis tics, there wero 43, 803 partners or stock holders in 1803 against 43,735 in 1802. Tho number of ninles included in tho total for tho latter year was greater, however, than that which was covered by tho lurgcr flgnrcs for l03. There wore 27,326 mnlo partners or stockhold ers in 1803 nud 27,211 in 1803. On tho other hand, tho mimbtr of women who i.,i (t-et: In tlm manufactories doalt with by the report won 10,603 in 1803 tiKuliiPt 10,410 in llio year pr.-ut.w-iuK. Tho partners or Ktookhohlers wero ,. m, ...f ,.,..lnu In 1R)!2 mid 27.6(1 per cent foninlcs. In 1803 tho proportions m 1- ...l ilO . were 28.08 per cent oi iomaica mm u. io r nmif. of mnlM. Tho cliaiico thus shown to havo token placo in ono year is a curious hint of tlio tontionoy oi no tlniea to place more uud iutro of tho proporty of tho world, and especially of tho United States, in tho possession of womon. It looks ns if tho weaker box, which must hold its goods and chattels In n senso by virtuo of tho forbcaranco of thortroiigcr, wore destined to bocomo tho moneyed part of tho human family. Clovoluuil Plain Dealer. Women I'd Icemen. CouBidcroblo common t has been cre ated horo by tho action of tho school board recommending that all tho Jani tors of Kchool bnildiuRS bo glvou police powers. As n lorso proportion of thoso who portoun this duty aro women, ti.ia win tin mm nf tlin first instances on record of women becoming pollcomeu. It is proposed to havo uicm apponuuu by fho mayor miller an uet of astoinbly relating to special and private pollco men, so ns to U Iter cnablo then to pro sorvo order nraund tho buildings and protect tho k-IiooI proporty. Heading (Pn.)Dis.nUh. A Trtlliivr I"ut Tree. Dr. Bluliliimni, who Is traveling In Africa, lins tuiw uhui a truo wlioso fruit gUcs out a tiillitwllliti fat. Tlie troo Is ono of tho largest in ll' forcnts t)f Urtainbnrn, ninl the fruit U l)l- anil heavy, niuogiiring n foot In lontdli by liutf.n footlu illaniotor. Cnllfnrnla I'rult In India. California canned fruits and preserves aroconsUlert'iltliu bvt in tlio Uonibay (In dia) market and aro by fur tho cheapest. flnnd Jl'illrlne. An Imlliin iiiedli-imi Milil at.Cartorvliln, 'to., N"waviiMlwl to mako a iiiaii fuel tvt like lie 'Jld lwforo tlio war." Tho fir i Canadian city to erect t mon aient to.tho memory of Sir John A. Mac donald( tho distingnisbed statesman, is Hamilton, Out. Tho statuo is of bronzo and was mado by Gcorgo C. Wado, a London sculutor. Fall State of Ohio, City of Toledo, 1 Lucas County, j BB Frank J. Cheuoy makes oath that bo Is tbo senior partner of tho firm ol F". J. Cheney & Co., doing business in tbe city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every caseot catarrh that can not be cured by tbe uso of Hall's Cat arrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. 8 worn to before me and subscribed in my presenco.thla 6th day of Decem ber, A. D. 1880. , -, A. W.tGLBASON. j SEAL Notary Public Hall'sCatarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts directly on tbe blood and mu cous surfaces of tho Hystom, Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheny & Co., Toledo, O. ftSTSold by druggists, 75o. Tho trade of the New York Racket is steadily ou the increase since tbey entered their uew room in the Eld ridge block. They buy gooJs at close prices for cash, and sell them for cash at olose proflip. Call and seo them. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Medal, Midwinter Fair. w CREAM BAKING POWDffl tMot Frfet Ma4. gain Store Stock, well; I GUESS so, A few drives for this week: 50-inch nil-wool sorgo fi 82-inoh all-wool " choviofc 2,e 3G-inch all-wool Hentietta ' All.wool Fnnch Flannel ;...". 5QC New patterns in outings ; . Now patterns in dark outings . ' Shaker Flannel ." 7i 250 new patterns in Calico. "'.' 75 new patterns in Ginghams. GO dozen more of tho fast black Eitey hose i AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST Shoes at Less Than Cost!! 3rAsk to seo the Kid Fitting S. M.s E. 115- STATE BARR & Hop Steves WOOD AND Plumbing and Tinning. 214 Lommercial otreot. GRAY BROS,, Mlllffl'ii, TOONS AND CUB Road Machinery and Agricultural Implements. Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices. W. Cor. Slate and Liberty Sit. SALEM OREGON J, C. GOODALE, COBURG LUMBER YARD, TWELFTH STREET, NEAR DEPOT, A'l grades and dimensions of Balding Lumber. Largest stock and Lofrnt i priQM. K. liAitKK, Manager EXCELSIOR - STABLES B. C, Hansen, Managed. Only good horses used. Satisfaction guaranteed. Stable) ! back of State Estray Notice. Btruyed from near 8llver Creek Falls, Marion county, ou or about July 14, 1895, ono blook horae, geldlnK. 2-years old past, medium size, small white 4pot in forehead. Will pay any person ilborally for information leading to tho recovery of said horso. Addrees, Lewis Bleaknoy, Argent), Marlon County, Oregon. Farm Wantod. Wo haye a customer for a pnrtlaly Improved farm in Marlon or Polk couutles near tho river aud a Cathollo neighborhood preferred, near a church. Must bo a bargain for spot cash. Ad dress, Dunn & Haqekty, Real Estate aud Mortgage Brokers, 200 Btark street, Portland Or. 8-17 il'Vf 1-w In Tour Blood Is the cause ot that tired, languid feel ing which aflllots you this season. The blood is Impure und bos become thin and poor. That Is why you have no streugth, no appotlto, cannot sleep. Purify your blood with Hood's Barsa rarllla, whloh will glvo you an appetite tone your stomach, and invigorate jour nerves. Hood's Pills are easy to take, oisy iu action and suro in eiiect. 26c. Hop Pickers Wanted. Threo hundred hop pickers can now register with tho undersigned llvo and one.balf miles southwest of Balon. Will pay 40 cents per box and will commenco about BeptemberS. Don't register unless you ara reasonably aure to come and hIhv tlm mumn llirn,,..i. Tickets cashed when work Is done. A. D, Pettyjohn, 8 10 t Balem, Or. Thnrn nro 1777AK trill on nr ..ll.A.i ,.. tho United States. There are 60,835,680 rails used to cover this ground. There are 533,205.000 ties used to bind these rails together, but uo such amount, however, Is required to bind the hearts of tho traveling public to tho fact that tbo Wisconsin Ceutral lines furnish superior faculties on all their tif "OT" oi- ui ana umcago, which form close connections with all lines to tbe east and south. Mako a note of it. A High Liver Usually haa n Imrl 11,. rr .ti ous, constlapted, has indigestion aud dyspepsia. If there Is no organlo i iV . TV uucco Ul arss- aure uure w,.,i. ton? ! UP Park8' Hure Cure 8 theonlv ItvnrnnH ,ln.. ' knnaikM??8,ilv8 KDantee. Price 11.00. Bold by Lunn A Brooks. io Or, Prta' Cmm Usklng PewUf WwM'i'skHitfcftw!rtttfHN Corsets. Bost on earth.jj T H. STOCK STREET. PETZEL, and Pipe, IRON PUMPS. See us before ordorln" Insurance block. Brof. S.JG. "Woimor. lato of tho RafI conservatory, Frank-1 foron tholMuin, has opereuaclaulil Balem for Instructions on tho placo, 1 organ, violin, mandolin, thorough-bul and harmony. Terms reuaonablil Ca at Will's musio store near poet- oillco 621K JOHN HUGHES. JDcnlor Iu Groceries, Taints j Oils, Window CIuss,VnrnUiMJ und tlio most complete stock ol j Brushes of nil Kinds in State. Artists' 3!iiterinIs,IM Iluir, Cement und SIiinglcsaMK 4 finest Quality ol GRASS SKEW NEW ADVERTISEMENTb. UND--ApocketbookconlolnlDg 'l caUlnimtthU ottloo, prevlnj: proper! 1 navlnir fnr IIiIm nntlnA. r rilYl'iuWKITKtU FOtt BA1.K CIIEAP-O"1 X HmltU Premier ana ono UeiulDgton, mu lu excellent oonaitlon. It desired will J1 either or Hie above rancUlnea on the j""" j ment plan, easy payment. For '"'''. z, fonnalion call on oraddreM Imperial Vf,.l a3tommerctalit,8alein,Or. il -1 rATKi Aotl ve roan to canvaat -. jy 11 for the chtsaiKMt uud most popular M X A . . .... . - idiiif puoer fur the oeoule. ' ADiily at tills offlM a once. - ONI?. A1AW Silllw' man wltu uubUund a common education We won reprcsenUtlon In every f,!J .y trici ana town in toesiaie, auuh" T,,iT Salem. T-Mg WANTKD TO HUNT.-A ball n r tbeiU lines tor Hunday morning anil ooeJ"5 lue service. Addre s A, at once.mc"" JODnMAT.nttlnn. T l'.FiBHEU, Newspaper Advertising L. 31 MerchanU' Kxchanee. San Krani uonrautuorlxed agent, Tuls paper ', onfllelu hlaofflce. - g TKLLA BHEHMAN Typewrltlnj J commercial ateaograpliy. uraw, . Grav block. Ttaa beat of work done "? snnahlAMiiu. l- -. iLizi .. ..z---. : u.,in nwy uii r.iuioriiniHMii sutrrHiiiBuivt i-juuj. roruaua, acrumeuw, -. Taooma and Ban FranoUoo papers oa s i i at HopPa ltomc block. M ONEY TO LOAN.-O, MarsU. Itooni l'oat Office blocs. liu. rillKlBTlAN BOIENOK-iaterature ofi f 1.ivu7AjLAt DU16fltfflr-wwt-7w " u. VJ aUndaonaaleandCbrUllan Bc'eS ' vToea at S2& Uberty street, corner ChemeM; S7.j. on i ua,w zssssti Ki " anuukt eaay enough for a child to da Jfti W. Hlxon, UolseultyIdado,niadeiatS pnevreefc 'Mary Ilush, t.jon, l .Ss. i S7i.lO Iu Ihrn dm ' llSv. WID. CMiS Aberdeen, B JjmadetHWlheOrstdsy. CanltAl ni NTn.pl.nM nwA..nrV. IuXHI T capiuior experienoo necessary. tHffiSJ twraJBkdta SrtM. AddreM at once.rapp v" Joto'fb oesiaut on., rniiascipuini lf I' . .. is wt-- , orr' -VJNJfr "'