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o m o . ' k'l fi 1 ' 1 1,1 ki h'. f t ,j s J! .'i il'J ,. II..I''ISHIJ I" Daily Capital Journal 'WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19, IBM. tiMnMnxi -VKGmJSfSSS''-"- STEAMERS Altona and Famona LEAVE DAILY. SUNOAY. 9:00 a. m. 101:5 a.m. 6wo m. i Portland. 6:45 m- Saltm, 7MS m. Independence, 6:30 a. m. f SFrcight recelreil tip 10 10 p. m..J I C ck time, regular "icrrlce and cheap . , . wc ... M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. AmericaTs March King ! John Philip Sousa, Conductor, Hrilllnnt Assisting Artists. Mlas Myrtii French Soprano MlRsCorlo Duko VIollnlBt Mr. Aitliur Fryor Trombone . AND PLAYINCI Sousa's XX atchlcss oul Jilagnctic tirring arches, Prices prevailing for this engagement, $l.fi0nnd81, PATTON IJROS., Local inimtigcrs for Sousa. iii.ijuj.11 .. ' nm..'.. . s PER80NAL. Matt Small of Sllvcrton was In town today. F. A. Llvcsloy went to Ilnrrlsburu this morning. A. V. Olesy was a passenger for IloscburK today. Henry Liuik arrhctl In tho city today fnmi points south. Dr. W. It. Morwj left todiiy for a short trip In Eastern Oregon. J. W. Vogol, tho oeculUt, Is homo from a trip In Southern Oregon. Webster Holmes, tho young at tor. noy, clime up from Portland today. II. D.Tiwer went to Portland this afternoon, and will return tonight. AV. It. Wlllnrd, an attorney from Columbia county, icturued home to day. K. W. Hard and 0. tt llrown, of Aumsvllle, were In thiu'Ity today on buMnofw. Frank Aurys was a passenger for Portland this afternoon. Ills son. Henry, went down yesterday. A. Appoll, a ropresentatho or tin otstorn hardware company, left tho city this morning for Portland. Miss Lucy Smith of Portland, who bus own tho guoft of Mrs. A. H. Thompson and daughters, In this city, loturnud homo today. Card or Thanks. The fuuill) or Win. HennottwUh to cxprobH their thanks and gratitude to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Tarplev and Mr. llutttui and others for their nwM. aucoand klnduehs In wvlng and re btorlni! their little daughter from the mill nice Monday men lug. Wil. ItBNNKTT. PltOMPT AND ItKUAIILK-Are the Lookwood messenger Ooys. Jhites roruoimblo. Ulng either blue bows or tftlonhono 40. , mm Concert Hani ! Tu)o We?ks' Grace! DuHnp- Which time- vnu nn cM iU u efitof the 10 per cent- discount on all grc ceries except sugar, March 1st we move to the Van Eaton corner. Goods going like hot cakes, ihMiiii m SOCIETY CHRONICLE." Ucal New of. Social and Fraternal Cvcsts. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. CattrHn re turned home last night from Port land. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Stock left San Francisco Tuesday for Salem, via steamer. TTnn. A. Bush and daughter Miss Salllc look this morning's train, for Portland. Mrs J. J. Dalrymplc and daughters, Mrs. O. E. Krausso and Mrs. Jos, Al bert, went to Portland this morning. ,Mrs. n. 0. Cosper and little daugh ter arc the guests of Mrs. Cosper's mother, Mrs, A. D. Palmer, on East Chemckcta street. The announcement of the engage ment nf two well-known young Salem kH)plc In the morning paper Is unauth orized and considered an impertinent publication by the family Interested. There will be an Indoor game of ba-n; ball tonight at 8 o'clock between U10V. M.C. A. team and Co "II.," O.N. 0. Tomorrow evening theY, M.C. A. team will play at Albany niiilnst the mllltla team. API'HOACHINO NUPTIALS. The marriage of Miss Minnie Thatcher and Mr. John llyan will Iks bolemnlzcd at 8 o'clock tonight at the resldencf of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thatcher, on North Liberty street. mitTHDAY I'ARTY. John W. Clement was tendered a party Tticday evening at the home of his parents in Yew Park by a number of his friends It being bis birthday anniversary. Cards and music were the order of tho evening and a delicious lunch was wrved. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ikckett, Mr. nnd Mrs. I. J. Price, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Moilltt, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. A. Sut ton, Mr. and Mrs. O. I). llcnnie, Mrs. Wm. Pettyjohn, Misses Daisy Sutton, Eliza Lafoutaln, Lizzie O'Nell, Sarah O'Nell; Messrs. John W. Clement, J. N. Ontilard, W. C. Johnston, O. Balr, II. Mason, Guy Clement, Orval Price, Taylor Davis, C. L. Klein, W. 8. Clement (James Johnston, .I.S.Parker. Treasury Default Case. The case of Aaron Hose, appellant, vs. Hyinaii' Wollenberg, respondent, was argued and submitted In the supreme court Tuesday. Tills Is an action for contribution, arising from the forfeiture by sureties of the bond of the defaulting county treasurer, Arrlngton, of Douglas county. The plaintiff, as surety, placed his name on tho bond opposite tho figures $10,000, nnd justified in that sum. TI10 defendant Justified In the sum of 20,0(K). Arrlngton defaulted in tho In the sum of $22,000, which was paid by tho boii(l5iuen, each contributing an equal amount. The plaintiff filed a complaint In tho Douglas county court, alleging that It was stipulated Initwccn himself nnd his co-surety that, In caso liability should occur, payment thereof should, by tho sure ties, 1ms made In proportion to thn amount for which each Justified; that plaint Iff had paid one-half tho Judg ment and asked to bo reimbursed with the difference between one-half and one-third, or UI0.I. A demurrer to the complaint wits overruled In tho lower court and tho defendant-nnswered, denying tho allegations. On thotrlnl of tho Issues, a motion for a nonsuit, b. tho defendant, wassustalned, from which notion tho anpeal was taken. To Physicians in Regular Practice. will m cent free by mall a wimple bot- tlo or Dr. Edson'a Awptollu, tho newly discovered treatment for con sumption, etc., togother with Dr. E(Nou's paper, reprinted from tho X. Y. Medical llecord of February 8, 18W. Those, who have patients sur Coring from consumption are urged to test this remedy. None but physi cians can use It. Address Equitable Chemical Co.,. 10 HeadeSt., New Yorlr. Tho New York Packet has Just ro. colved tho llrst Installment of Oxford ties of tan nnd black shndci, also u full line of tho "Star-5-Star" shoes for men, women and children, IS to 25 iwr cent saved by buying of them. Call and see. 2-10 2d lw The U. S. Gov't Reports skew Reyal Baking Pew4e HehftmU odMrs. h,m. bransons; Co, 303 Comnkre!al.$rt. DEPARTMENT NO. 1. Jdgo Bttmstt Pretle Over the Circuit court. John Bailey.tbe young man Indicted for burglary In a store at Stay ton a couple of months ago, had his trial be fore Circuit Judge Burnett Tuesday. As a Jury Clarence Slmeral, A. II. Olesv, Samuel Connor.Chas. Burggrnf, F. A.Ford, R. G. Pierce, Edward Johns, Alex. Clark, M. A. Wndc, T. R. Blackerby, Henry Hall nnd Hadley Hobson were empanelled. Taking of testimony and argument of counsel required the attention of the court until nearly 3 o'clock, when the Jury retired for deliberation as to n verdict. At the hour of going to press no ver dict had been reached Tuesday. Tho Jury was out all night. They were taken to breakfast at 0 a. in. and went back". At 10:30 today they re ported a disagreement. At first they 6tood 7 to 5 for conviction. At last they stood 8 to 4. Tho defendant Is out on bonds and will be tried again in June Win. Kaiser defended, and Jas. Mc Cain assisted by A. O. Conditor the state. THE DOCKET. Sllvcrton & Portland Land, Loan and Investment Co. vs. J. E. Ham mond, amended motion to strike part of answer and demurrer to new matter In unswer argued. II. P. McNary, receiver Williams & England Banking Co., Judgment, only $350 attorney fee allowed. W.J.IIuiTman et al vs.John Knight, flnmnrrnp in cnpnnrl nrmVIP nl"fllffl. uwuu..w. wv ...... John A. DItmar vs. F. J. Eidrldge, motion for writ of asssltance denied. ! Tired, Weak, Nervous 1 Means impure, Impoverished blood, and overwork or too much strain on brain nnd body. The only way to cure Is to feed tho nencs on puro blood. Thousands of people certify that the best blood ptirlflar, tlio best nerve tonic nnd strength builder Is Hood's Sarsaparilla. What it has done for others It will do for yon Hood's Cures. Nervousness, loss of sleep, loss of appetite and general debility nil dis appear when Hood's Sursaparllla is persistently taken, nnd strong nerves, sweet sleep, strong body, shnrp appe tite, and In n word, health and happiness, follow the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. The strong point about Hood's Sar saparilla Is that they arc permanent, because they start from the solid foundation of purified vitalized nnd enriched blood. Turough Its health-J ful effect upon the blood, Hood's Sarsaparilla reaches every nerve, or gan and tissue of the body, nnd by giving them the pure life food which they need, It thus makes tho weak strong. It docs not act like a nar cotic, sleeping potion or stimulant, giving fictitious strength from which there must follow n reaction of greater weakness than before, but It builds up in a perfectly natuial way all tho weakened parts and gives nerve, bod ily, mental and digestive strength. lOdfcw' Probate Court. Joseph Hnsslng was yesterday appointed administrator of tho estate of Joseph Kortman, who died on June 1, 1892, In Portlnnd.but was a resident of Marlon county at the time, leaving an estate valued at about 3250. Mr. Hasslng filed his bond In the sum of WOO with John Giildun and John Rles as sureties. Judge Hubbard named Martin Settlcmler, Frank Kroncnberg and Martin Knlser as tho appraisers. Tho final account or John II. Mc Nary, administrator of the estate of Charles Matthlcs, deceased, has lecn tiled with the court and March 20 is sot ns n dnto for Its hearing. Tho account shows that tho administrator has received 32,200 and expended 32,182.10 In tho settlement of tho estate, leaving u balauco of 317.57. At the tlmo tho appraisement was made tho cstato was valued at 34,050 but It has depreciated to 31,000. One hun tired and twenty ncres of land remain to lo distributed among tho heirs. Condensed Testimony. Chai. 11, Hood, IlroVersud Manufacturer's Acent, Columbui, Ohio, certifies thst Dr. king's New Diicovcry hit no equal as a Cough remsdy. J D. Brown, Prop of St. James Hotel. Vi. Vue, Ind testifies that he was cured of a Cough of two years stand, ns, caueed by La Grippe, by Dr. King's New DMoicry. B. F. Merrill, Ualdwiiiiville. Mais, savs that he hit utl ami ...Am.Mri..i it and neer knew it to fall and would rather naYcuinan any doctor, because it alway cures. Mr Hemming. 2 E. 35th St., Chlcsco, always keeps It at hand and has no " i.(rr?JP' 'eee it instantly relieves. Lree Trial Bottles at Fred A. Use's Drug Store. TO THE CITIZENS OF SALEM. la order to Introduce our work In mir oil) wo will furnish a finely tin Islied crayon portrait 10x20 for il.08. jo money collected until work is de livered. All work guaranteed to bo equal to samples showtf by our sales- lilt II 11 w r mFA FORT1U1T Co. H. W.McDavltt, A.D.Lee, R. O. Morrison, salesmen. mm Clover Hay. Brewster & White, the feed store ...v.. ui vvuio aircci, nuvo just re ceived a carload of tlrstclass clover ,' . . voqu C Mmmiat1 FROM JOHANNESBURG. , "-"" '. A Tminul amnrifr Interviews a Recent Traveltac'In South Africa. A. Appell.a representative of large- uarawaro i.rm m tuc f ",; has recently returned from a trip in South Africa, kindly gives n Jouknal nature of the cowitry and people in an Interview today. "Many people," said Mr. Appell, "have a mistaken idea that Johannes- burg is on the sea coast, but such Is not the CH.sc,ns It Is 1,100 miles Inland, and is reached by railroads from Cape Town and Delegoa Bay. I travelled in n two-wheeled cart drawn by 10 oxen, the usual Conveyance of that country, when away from the rail- roads. The climate of the country is very much like Oregon, the only difference being n less precipitation. Tho population of Johannesburg is about 60,000, about half being natives. There Is a curfew ordinance and all nf """", T " natives must retire to their homes at ordinary American city of thosnmc size. The most of tho lumber used Is shipped from Tncoma, Wash., to Delegoa Bay, which Is about 280 miles from Johannesburg, and Is the nearest sea-port town. A railroad has recently been completed between the bay nnd the city. Mr. Appell was in tho country from April to September, travelling almost continuously, and always In the way mentioned. He exhibited a very comprehensive map of tho country, and Interertlng photographs. Ho re ports the province of Natal as being the only really warm place ho was In, and that tropical fruits In nbundnnce arc raised there. Nearly all the wheat consumed Is imported from the United States and Australia. To Illustrate the nature of the negroes of that country he said a man's greatest ambition is to can? enough to enable him to buy six oxen, which he ex changes for a wife, who from that tlmo does all the work. Mr. Appell predicted a very pros perous future for the southern part of the continent, nnd thinks it a good plnce for young men to cmigrnto to. It is Impossible to do Justice to tho fund of Information Imparted by Mr. Appell. In so short a limit of time and space. He is kindly communicative, and u conversation with him is very Interesting. m LETTER LIST. The following letters remain In the Salem post office uncalled for. persons calling for the same, please say "advertised." llulger Wm Butler Roslna Curtis Clara Coutmnn Ellen Cox Jophcs Cooper Jackson Colby Nctllo Christopher A L Darling Pearl Edwards A D Jonshrud Jennie Johnson T P Kimball Emma Lynn Eva Miss Murry Elizabeth Parker S Stuart Chas Smith Sam'l L Linton Miss E AVcbber J E Hughes Jos A MraWnlma Mrs Ilastettlcr Jessie 11. F. Bonham, P. M. Sousa's Concert Band. Tho famous fifty under tho leader ship of John PhilllpSousn, will render tho following program tomorrow night at Reed's opera house beginning at 8 o'clock. Overtures, "Tarhauser Wagner Second Hungarian lthnpsody....Llst7. Trombone solo, "Air Varied". . .Pryor Arthur Pryor. Suite, "Tho Quotations" (now).. Sousa (a) "Tho king of France, with twenty thousand men, went up tho hill nnd came down again." (b) "And I, too, was born in Arcadia', (c) "In Daikest Africa." Soprano solo, "Delight Vnlso". . . . Luckstoue. ..Miss Myrta French (a) Caprice, "Tho Water Sprites" Kunkol. lb) March, "King Cotton".... Sousa Violin solo. Zlgeuncr Welsen"Saraseto MlssCorlo Duke. Humorosquo, "Tho Band Canio Back" Sousa. Mr. Sousa will play his own compo sitions as his encores. The following prices will bo mnntaincd for Sousa's engagement In this city. Preserved seats down stairs 31.50, galery 31, general admission down stnlrs 81.60, galery 75 cents. Thero has been n big demand for seats, but still there aro plenty of good ones left. Reserved seats can bo had at Patton's bookstore. Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, Medal, Midwinter Pair. OR; WCfj CREAM BAKING WWDIR ,Most Perfect Made. joYcira the Star J&rd, 'I natives inusi reiiru w men uumuauu - ,-.,, 1.1..1.,,.,... fnr ,,Vr.r o 0 o'clock. The buildings In the cities rtof 'P"'B ordered r'c arc as line nsnro to bo found In the ', J J ,e " c 1C" SALOONS AND STREETS Licenses and Improvements Considered I "" " .. . .. ....I1 ' MUncll mct a rcguiar C3. , 8)Qn asfc venlng wlth tno mayor and nU n,Cmbers present. hills allowed LaiJ( & Uu8h .m 00 . 23 25 Salem Improvement Co ,- GO 60 pniii, v Co" T., works 1 W) III &0 wrfl ordered taken to vacate ' Chemckcta and Elgh- J"ar" ts ns prnycd by tho J,,' ZvSoJ , 'Ummcndatlon of the ways committee- to discontinue gui "?"" "" ,.,. rnr,rtpfi in regard to some contested ground on Mission street, where u nnrrow strip of land is claimed ns n part of the Wilson, Hoyt nnd Leslie claims, re snectlvely. As the same has formed moved nnd the street thrown open A report favorable to opening Court street from Fifteenth to Sixteenth was also adopted, nnd the necessary notices ordered printed. I Men's Shoes J ' ' Ladies Shoes J ' ' Boysf Shoes ! Children's Shoes I OF ALL KINDS Solid stock at prices that cannot The committc on Hro nnd water made the following report on the mayor's message nnd the report of the flro chief, which was adepted: "We endorse tho rooomjund.itlons oftne mayor and balicvo with liim thatwhllo 11 lire alarm system is something badly needed In our city and should be put In at tho earliest possible date, that at present it is too costly for tho city to undertake. "Wo believe that for tho present it Is to tho city's best Interest. that the chief of the lire department retain po lice authority and assist ns day otllcei. "Tho chief of tho department for 1895 nsks for tho purchase of new hose. Wo'hnvc examined Into the matter and consulted with the present chief and are Informed by him that by making a thorough examination of the hose nnd rejecting such sections as arc worthless nnd by uniting tho good sections, thorn will bo sulllclcnt hoso for use. e therefore recom mend that thcchlcf take such action. "Tho chief of the department has had tho Sllsby engine repaired nnd is now using tho same In place of the heavy engine. It gives good service nnd tho cost of repairs was nominal." W. R. Anderson naked for permis sion to build a corrugated Iron struct ure within tho flro limits. Referred. A petition to declare Lot Ellis, Jr., a common drunk wns also referred. Applications for liquor licenses from W. R. Anderson, C. N. Lake, Necker man & Rogers, Mel Ilnmllton, A. E. Dagcny, G. W. Stlmpson and F. P. ,Talktngton were referred to the license committee. A communication relatlvo to the cross walk on Commercial street be tween State and Ferry wns referred. An ordinance establishing tho grade on North Commercial street was read and referred. An ordinance authorizing bonds to cover tho cost of Improvements In block 58 wns read the first uad second times nnd dub referred. Timks iMPitoviNG. That's what tho average man will conclude when ho has enjoyed one of those mnmmotli 15 cent meals served at Kenworthy & Gcorgo's restaurant. born. K?0nFF-TrMoml?y- February 18th, twS .In and Mr3' Eml1 Koppc, of East Salem, a son. DIED. i JAMES. In this city, Wcdncsdnv February 10 isoo, atJ B:30 . a? n .,Jo in James, aged go years. "'",oll Deceased was born In England. lie came to .Salem from Iowa six years ago last August, and his occupation hero was a marble-cutter. His death resulted from thoeffectoof tho grlnne a severe attack of which he experi enced over a year ago. Ho leaves a wife, and (laughter aged 10. Tho remains will bo taken to Coles burg, Iowa, for Interment. H.lirri11 at ".vUVulu.,l , o clock a. ni. In . !i'!.!l.ve '! . reach th0 8 Union Bargain "i l"ii.u l"r Portlaud "" - mill,. Minimi mi rim mil nVfMHMwi iiMMwwMiMEijiimaiMfta Tix flrriu?d du5i A grand collection woolen and New dress goods, New silks, New zephyr New Organdies, New baustcs, New New New New New And all the latest effects and & E. hJ & A 257 Commercial street. Phone 112, L be met. Don't fail to sec them, n More THC MARKETS. 19 Wheat, cah 630. to Silver, C6Jc;lcad, Chicago, Feb. May 1 Ne Votl, Feb. 3 30 SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. San Francico, Feb. ig.--WliBat, t.uVJ Wool.. Oregon, choice, too; Inferior 7 (8c, alley, o&nc Hops Quo alilc at J6c. 1'otatocs 50 to 80c per tack. Oat$-MllflnB. SnSc. POR ILAND MARKET. Portland, Feb 19. Wheat valley, f2j-ic; Walla Walla, 60. t lour Port land, $35 llenton county, 3; graham, $2. so; superfine. $2 15 per bht. Oats White, 2324c; grey, io2i;rolied In bags, $4 255.25, barrclj, 4.50 7.00; cases, 3 75. Potatoes.. New Oregon, 305c per sack Hay., Good, 5. 50(3850 per ton. Wool.. Valley, otoc; Eastern Oregon, 68c. Mitlstufls. .Hran, Stl.5012.50j sliorts,$(2 Apples 40c. Poultry . Hens, 5c; rocsters. Ji.b'o perdoz and not wanted; ducks, 2.503,00 per dor., turkeys, live 7c; cups 12 cents cash. i3;chopfeed,i2l5 per ton; rye. Socprrc Hide.. green, salted 60 lbs 5c; under 60 lbs 44c; sheep pelts, io7oc Hops, .Oregon, 4 to 5c, according to qual Ity. Uutter. .Oregon fancy creamery, 4o)5; fancy dairy, 35; fair to good, 30(2)35; common, 17c. Cherse .Oregon full cream, i2i2,c. Fggs.. Oregon, 15 per doi. Poultry.. Chickens, 250 per dot; ducks, $5 oo6; geese, $6.oo7.oo; tur keys, o 1 ec: dressed, iiI2Vc. heef..Topsteers. 2yt2y$c per lb; fair to good uteers, 2l,2 3 5c; cows, 21,i2ltc; dressed beef, 45c. Mutton.. Uet beef, 2.oo2.25; choice ewrs, 1. 50(012 00; dressed, 4c. Hogs.. Choice, heavy, 3 oo3.4o; ligh andeeders; 2 75; dressed, 4 per lo. Veal,. Small, choice, 56c; large, 3(3)40 per lb. SALEM MARKET. Wheat.. 55c per bu,, market firm, Oats .17c. Hay .Baled, cheat, $4.55.i timothy, o 50 Hour .In wholesale lots, 285; retail, 3 00; bran, hulk 9 00; sacked, 12 00: khorts, 11.00 12.00; chop feed, 12.00 1300. Veal. .Dressed, 4.. Hos..Dresed, 3. Live Cattle.. t J2). Sheep.. Live, 2.06, Vooi,,Uent, I2ytc. Hop.. Best, 45o. Eggs.. Cash. 12c. Butter.. Best dairyv I5c;;fancy creamery, 25c Cheese' ,ioi2Vc. Farm Smoked Meats H Baccn, 7Mc; hams loo; shoulders, 7c. Potatoes. ,2oc per bu. Onions ,2c. Rheumatism una Riot. When there is lactic acid in the blood. Unlment and lotionwill be or no permanent benefit A cure can be accomplished only by ?s u,?,n2ne ,hu acid and fo' t"" Purpose Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine be. 11 jir i, Fiwuiiiicniiy in tne puDUC eve. ", i Decome the ravorite lea (cathartic neverj'one who tries thtm. 25 cents MANLY VIGOR 0NiM??ire"o-z :r.," ""5? uoo .v.;j vureu men aro . happy praiaet for est ond most auc cesalulcnro for eex pal weakness and lost ylgpr known to , medlcol (cionce. An I acconnt of Hi ! im. tterul dUcovtry, la book forni, with ref. y v- "Ar nnu proor, umin.. J mv?' .'" .uu maniv vleor nirueninir: UUW lmoasl- iMffstQ in 11 1 11111 n nnt 1 r&r.A&iv 3L. xssi'sa y of 'tlie' latest effects in vfash fabrics, crepes, outings, Swisses, ginghams, Llamas, New plaidS( New percale New ducks, New prints, materials, Call and see them, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS? ii' VOU W'VNT fine large ,esrao(, c linrca' a itill nl'ttLm .K clas horses; a full platform spnnz !, good and strong, ur n two-jeatd o0 S riagc very cheap, addres at once Y. offico. .. 'IP TO THE LADIES.- Ifcautlfnl mboim J silk, sitin, ribbon and fancy fabric. n w I .ll.llu mln.,.,.,1 fnr lr,..l .. i.l. 'l?Hl at " Die Park" 295 Comnercnl tt. i7? I'miiw roruanu, sacramenio, iuluiiiu iiiiu oan riuncisco panerion i1. . .Miller's Pwtoflice block PUBLIC MEN, POL1TCIANSANDBU incs uouc can uuiawi an newipipcr it'j matlon from the press of tho slate, coait u. couniry irom mc rresn flipping Units (Alien i) union diock. rofiunrt. u( FOR SALE OR TRADE -The but to irutt ami siock rancn in Uregon, cootiu 200 acres. Will sell cherp, on eiy terai,i trade lor good hotul. I-or particulars tem ai 1111s iincc. 11. t i). I3III' CARPET PAPER-Urge lot ol fa, lirown wrapping paper for sale cheap, fel the tiling for putting under carpets. CiDtf Jnurnai otiice P. O. NEWS STAND. - Local Sabscrw Agency for all newspapers and mijicis I'tne atocK 01 cigaiH and cunieciicncr; f I iMiner. frop. 1 11 u INSURANCE. J. N. Ferg-uon, agent b ,TCICII1 il''lUTUIlCC Ul tUiU'llU, I aociu E London, New Zealand Insurance coopq and the Etna Life and Accident, U moved his office in with the Globe lA Estate office, up stairs in pot office Ml Ing t.iia' JOHN HUGHES. Dealer in groceries, paints, ci window glass, varnishes, d the most complete stoce d brushes of all kinds in tit state, Artists materials, Ik hair, cement and shingles, acl finest quality of grass seeds, Grand Military Ball! Given by Companies B andl at the Armory on State stmt on Friday, February 2t 189S Tickets may be had of Lieut A. Evans, Lieut, P. W.Holma Corporal Wm, Fiester, Corporal Geo, Hunter, Musician HowaH and F, Tichenor. 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