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Pally Capital Journal LtY liOffiM UHo'r'tfKMs KIM DAY, MAIIfllf 0, I8M. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAM.V. UDAV. Portland, 0M a, m, oo.m. I SaUm, 7MS m- .,5M n'' iniiejxmienee, 0130 am, wm (.-jrKreljjIil received up to 10 p. m.EJ c'ulk lime, regular service and cheap ... rates ... M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. Type Writers' , Supplies, q Underwood's typewriting car bn paper. Little's trpewrl Ins carbon pa per. Underwood' Ijrpcwriling rib bon. Little' typewriting ribbons. rull Hock T. W. paper. Typewriters' oil. Typewriter' erasers. See my new Star Automatic pa per fastener for legal writer. R S, Dearborn, (l Cm & rmiNtmriAt. ST. mfsm&ss&&&& PERSONAL. V. K. Lovull wasu Portland visitor today. Win. IJushey rcttirnctl to Mchitinii today. Uent Patton, or Maclcay, was in town today. Kd Sk'Kiiiund returned ttita morn ing to Kliimb. T. 8. Hobart, of (iarllcld precinct, was In town today. Jtov. J. Mucllmupt wunt to Linn county this morning. Ex-Governor ',. V. Moody returned last ntglit from Tho Dalles. II. Jacob, n brothcr-ln-hiw of 8. M. Stock, arrived In Knlcin last nlRht. Antorncy-Gonornl 0. M. Idlcman returned to Portland tills morning. L. Q. Barron, tlio Wood burn hard waro nicrcliant, had business in Salem today. Win. Carter, Keiicrnl agent of tho Great Northern, was in tho city yes terday. Hon. John Minto is a Portland vis itor today, havlnpr gono down this morning. 0. P. Terrell and daughter, Llla, returned to Meluuna today after a short visit in Salem. C. I) Whitaker, representing A. Schilling & Co., arrived In the city from tho south today. Itov. 0. E, Kllower went to Albany today nutl will address tho Haptlsts there In the afternoon. It. P. l-'aby wont to Albany this morning and henceforth will travel In Oregon and Washington. A great mnuy who call at tho sheriff's ofllco Ray they will pay their taxes when McKlnloy Is elected. J. II. Mlsencr returned to Port laud this morning,, having brought up two Insane patients last night. Frank Feller, of French Prairie, Is attending Jndgo Hewitt's court, hut not Interested In the divorce depart ment, Tm: Jouhnai. omitted tho name or Win. II. Holmes us hcnlor counsel with II, J. lllggor In tho asylum suit begun yesterday. Hon. Geo. C llrownell, of Clacka mas county eanio to Salem last night on tho local and returned on tho morning overland. It Is thought his mission was political and ho Is a warm supporter of John H. Mitchell. Josh HllllngM onco said "too mutch I too mutch' It is still true. m 1 yps ' ' jfU torn upxxxxxxxx But still selling groceries low as the lowest "Having moved into the old Van Eaton cor ner; aua increased tWNfW tr oa Um.11 serve ouf oatrons.r ST sr r r r -- JCCCZfCC Mm Mflfle Wufidiff rniM down 110111 Albany" today. 'Mm trtUlnv 1Uaht dfitlClfllf Olub will 'meet tonlglit nt Murphy'? hull. I Mr. N. Wynd wonl to llarrlbiirg till morning to t Mil her purctitn. Mr. n lid Mr. A. H. Ilfflsnclfl re turned IliM morning from short visit In San J-'ranclsco. Mrs. Frfliik 0. DavM went to Port land today, where sho was suddenly called by tho lllncv of Mr. I).ivls' mother. MIm Mabel WIIhoii returned this morning to her homo In- Fox Valley, after a visit In this city with her aunt, Mrs. .f. A. Itotan. The ladles of Maccabees have Issued dainty Invitations to tea from 2:30 until 0 o'clock, Saturday, March 8, at Maccabees Hall. An address will be given. Mrs. Eugene Urcyman returned to day from Los Angeles, Oil., where she and Miss Lena have been making an extended vMlf. Miss Ureyman will remain about u month longer. Jtev. and Mrs. A. L. Hutchinson left today for Seattle, where Mm Hutchinson has accepted a pastorate. A large number of their friends were at tho Depot to bid them good bye. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bolton left Salem Thursday per steamer Elmoro fort'algnry, on the Canadian raclflc mllwav. Mr. Bolton was for two yearn an employe In the counting room of the State Insurance Company of Salem, and with his estimable lady will -be much missed by a circle of friends at the Capital city. TONIOHT IS THK NIOHT. There will bean enloyatfle time at the Baptist church tonight. A de cidedly Interesting program has been arranged, Involving such well known talent as II. 0. Kundrct, Clius. Ford, Mrs. F. S. Dunn, Mrs. W. F. Skiff, tho vocalists, and there will be piano -olos by Misses Mlnnlo Bruce and Grace Savage; recitations by Louise Van Wagner, Baby Payne, Bertha Kay and Jimmy Mott, mandolin work by Clifford Knottier, and for a finale, an amusing sun bonnet drill by thir teen young ladles. A good tlino Isnn tlclpated. Admission 10 cents. The Statements Denied. Tho relatives of Miss Margaret Drunk, for whom aid has been peti tioned, dcslic It stated that at no tlmo has sho been neglected or un kindly treated by any one of them. That during tho time she was a mem ber of tho households of her sister, Mrs. II. McDanlel, of Dixie, and Mr. It. Drunk, of Eola, she was well cared for, provided with plenty of good wearing apparel, and her physicians' bills paid, and that sho was told that so long as sho remained with any of theso relatives, except Mrs. L. Shank and husband, sho would bo provided for. Also that Miss Brunk nnd Mrs. Shank wero each offered a note for $1800, duo In September, 1600, which, was refused by them, with tho state ment that they could obtain moro In other ways. That tho reason tho relatives did not wish their sister to reside with Mrs. Shank was that they did not believe the money which had for years been glyen by them for MIsS'Brunk's support had been properly used. Tho Drunks aro ono of tho most highly respected families In Polk county, and It will bo dltllcult for those who know them to seriously re ceive tho statements of tho petition. Wilson Divorce Suit. In tho divorce suit of Cora A. Wil son vs. J. H, Wilson, Judgo Hewitt handed do.wn a decree, dissolving tho marriage which was entered Into September lit, 1883, at Oakland, Doug las county, Oregon. Mrs. Wilson has resided In Salem for over a year, and has supported heftoU by labor, as well as her child, Oro, aged soven years. Sho Is given custody or the child, but no alimony, while ho Is to bo permit ted to visit the child at her home. Unyden & MoNary wero Mrs. Wilson's attorneys, l A. Sehlbredo of Dose burg appearing for defendant, and A. O.Condltror state. Mrs. Wilson Is an estimable woman, and her trlends will bo pleased to learn or her winning her suit. -n??liu ?w..tt 1C0ly Kent.iibtnto capltol and a Keclcy cure. TIicmj three things usually belong together. " " " our stock n wll ' ' s itjH arirsj . 1 . 4 wlcr prepared tnan ever to -r,.f ,,4rm,mj H. M. BRANSON Co. 303 Commttdal street, 1 - ' At THE dfATlf ttOWU. Weather forecast at the secretary of stale' office Is nln tonight. Saturday warmer. L. A. Freeze and Win. Corbctt were committed to the asylum today from Portland. On recommendation of Governor Lord, H. A.St. Earlc was nppol tiled to assist Engineer W. B. Barron the surveys of the stale sewer. W. B. Barr, engineer nnd superin tendent of tho state sower was Ijcforo the state board todny nnd his salary was fixed at 1W). He was allowed an assistant In the person of Willie Hodgkln, sou of Major F. E. Hodgkln of this city. Politics In Marion County. The Salem Post last night prints the follewing: The fight for the shrievalty nomination, has now narrowed down to Have Loonoy, of JcfTcrson; J. E. Hammond, of Silver ton, nnd Frank T. Wrlglitman, of Salem. The extreme partisan clement of the Dcpubllcan party appear to look with favor on the candidacy or Prof. Yodcr for county superintendent of schools. Rov. T. S. Knight, of Salem, Prof. A. L. Brlggs, of Stayton, nnd Prof. E. II. Anderson, of Salem, all have their friends, however. The contest for the county Judge- shin promises to be a hot one. This fight Is narrowing down to the pres ent Incumbent, Judge W. C. Hubbard undW. T. Grimm. The partisans of both are actively at work. Thero have been but three candi dates mentioned as yet for the nomi nation for assessor Phil Fretz, C. P. Strain and W. T. Blgdon. Fretz and Blgdon will, no doubt be the chief contestants and it Is too early as yet to say which of them has tho best of it. Byron B. Horrick, the present In cumbent of the surveyor's olllce, has made .1 competent olllcinl, and as the ofllco Is not considered a very am bitious one, the nomination will prob ably fall to him again. There is a good deal of curiosity ex pressed as to the actual strength of tho A. P. A. In this county. It Is understood that the organization will belli politics this year, and that its program of action Is already being outlined. Being a secret order, of course but llttlo Is definitely known ns to Its probable action, but from rumors that aro In tlicalr, It will take a decided hand in the legislative con test, with a view of having an In fluence in the election or United States senator. As its membarshlp is drawn troin all parties, Its general In fluence in tho coming campaign will be a difficult thing to calculate. Wanted the Writ. Following colloquy took place this morning before Judge Hewitt over reading a writ In the Independent Pub. Co. suit: Bigger '-This is tho writ." Bingham "Beg your pardon, It Is not the writ." Blgger"It Is tho writ." Bingham "It is functus olliclo tho writ, but It is not the writ Itself." Judge "Tho gentleman will pro ceed to read from tho writ." It wns all over whether 0110 lawver siiouui read from a type-written copy or an original written one. Salem lawyers aro bound to bo very correct. Co.nokess of Religions. Rov. J. David, of tho New Church, Portland, will give, at Central Chapel, Monday evening .next, hi si ustrnted lecture on"Tho Congress or Religions." Tho lecturo Is illustrated with a largo number or lino stcrcoptlcon vlows. A small admission reo or 10 cents will bo charged nt the door. o-;it Wo llko to see n man maklin.' amnio preparations to succeed In lire. Sam Richardson, the Salem lawyer, has been summer fallowing his race for two years, In order to grow a lioard iMTonilug a man sitting on tho bench as county Judge. It Is believed bv his friends that Sam will succeed. AI.IIANY V8. V. M. 0. A. All Inter. estlng gamo ot Indoor baso ball at the 1 . M. C A. tomorrow (Saturday) even ing. General admission 15 cents, re served seats 25 cents. Seats on salo at the Y. M. u. A. Special prlco to members. Somk Fine Hay.-Soiho of th choicest cheat hay every brought to Salem was. unloaded from .1 nr tiii morning by Brewster & Whito. n.n Court streot feed men. It will be sold at bed rook prices ror cash. County court. Tho MnHm. county comlssloner's court completed . !.10Sii ls tho "l. nnd unless tho ln thelr business for the March term ' iIVliw,on ?in H take t nnd this i,. . , ....- . : ulno cases out of ten nm mhwi ,.' PltOMlT SERVICE-Ill tho ilflllvnrv of notes and packages, Lockwood iiwKHsiigcr ooys ride bicycles. ik)x or telephone No. -10. Blue 1 f l Wind. Rov. 3. s. David, f PorUonil. gave an able lecture at ttao I school last ovcnliie. lllssnbw. .,. Sif01 a,uVm "amlkHl itwith'77e t. & Gov't Reoorts skill. The iwntlonian dMfti-vA. ,.,m. ..- tT "' pw credit. WH,"V" iimiiHimiaiiii 11 i-f - -T - -- 't'i VALLBV LOCAL HBW9. JUNTO. Three Inches of snow fell Inst night. Mr. Bert Koylor lias returned to his homo near Frultland. Mr. Noah Bnshor, of Spice, Is work Ing at the mill. Mr. John Lendv went down In the valley. Ho Is looking nftcr the Inter est of his lumber trade. Prof. Got, of Sodavlllc, came up nnd l looking after his farm and vis iting friends. Lcsllo Dyke, while walking on stilts, fell nnd broke the small bone of his wrist, nnd displaced the large bone nt the Joint. The Quartzvlllc pack train left Minto for the mines consisting or seven horses and three men. People or Minto reel happy since the city or Gates Is building up so rapidly, as we will soon be annexed or l)o in the subcrbs. The Primaries. Salem Statesman, Mnrch (i: Declaration or intention and open conversion have nothing whatever to do with the subject under discussion. And there never was a question but any person who Is a qualified elector (or will be such at the next ensuing election) can vote nt tho first pri maries to bo held In incorporated cities or 2,rO0 or over In connection with nil elections. It Is with pri maries other than the first one of u series for a given election Mint the primary elections law of 1891 has more particularly to do. Section 0 of that law provides that "any person who has voted at the primary election of nny other political party or association held for the pur pose of elect Ing delegates to any con vention nt which the candidates of the respective parties are choen for the ensuing election, orwhoshall vote more than once nt the same or differ ent polls during the dny at the pri mary election, or knowing that he is not a qualified voter at such election wilfully votes or ofTcrs to vote n such election shall be deemed guilty of 11 misdemeanor, nnd upon conviction thereof, shall bo punished by a fine of not less than $50 nor more than $200, or by Imprisonment in the county Jail not less than two nor 111010 than six months, or by both such lino and imprisonment, in the discretion of tho court." So there's tho whole thing In a nut shell. Every qualified elector Is en titled to vote one time at one primary election ono tlmo only and at but one primary election. Politics has nothing to do with it, although It Is expected every elector will vote at tho primary election held under tho auspices or tho political party or his faith. All that the Statesman says above Ms correct excent that tho law ountPd has no appllcntlon to the primaries other than at city elections In cities or 2,500 or over. Editor Journal. When Baby was slclc, wo bto her Castorla. When tho was a Child, aho cried for Castorla. When cho became MUs, aho duns to CastorU. When sho had Children, aho gato them Castorla, ir tho unterrliled leader of the Pop ulists from tho roaring Snntlnm can't pull oft a political debate, nnd Insists on having a political encounter, The Journal man will mcot hint with gloves or without on tho sawdust in tho basement of tho big Snlem saw mill, between midnight nnd dawn. Bucklen'B Arnica Salve The best Salve in the world for Cuts, bores, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever ml,al1 2.eller- ChaPPed hands, Chilblains, 1111 seS n EruPllons, and positively cure, rilos or no pay required. It is guaranteed to Rive per fee satisfaction or money refunded. I rice 25 cents a box. For sale by Fred A. Michael Murphy accidentally shot himself recently at tho liouso of his uncle, J. J. Sullivan In Coos county. There Is, however, somo doubt ex pensed ns to whether or not his death was occasioned by accident ror winch ho was rcsposlblo. Deafness Cannot be Cured. by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portions or tho ear. lliere is only ono way to cure deaf ness. Iltld that. Is hv nnnetltntl,,.,! .romedles. Deafness Is caused by an iiiiiiiiii-u conoiiion or tno mucous J1 nl"R of the Eustachian tube. When this tube gots Intlantcd you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, Mini H'llnii It I.-. .....l.A1.. ..1 1 1 CI' ...mnntiiivn uiiwruiy ciosea near catarrh, which Is nothing but nu In. named condition of the mucous sur- Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars tor any caso of deafness (caused by Hilars, rreo, ,or c,- ,&; i1; Chenney &Co., Toledo. O. S"'" itf Druggists, 75 cents. wow yl iiMking Pwe IRISH-AMERICAN LEGION. Does Honor to the Memory or Robert Emmet. The Irish-American legion of Port land had n literary nnd musical enter tainment nt tho A. 0. U. W.hnll Wcdnesdny, night, In honor of the birthday of Bobert Emmot. The hall was crowded, and tho stngo filled with prominent citizens representing ninny nationalities and creeds. Letters of regret were rend from Governor Lord, Judge F. A. Mooro of the stale supremo court; cx-MnyorP.II. D'Arcy, of Salem; Judge Wolverton, or the state supreme ceurt: Judgo B.D.Shnt tuck, or the state circuit court or Multnomah county; ex-Governor Syl vester Pennoyer nnd others. The enthusiasm throughout the evening was really great, and there seemed to be an awakening new In nil the hearts for the liberty of I relnnd. The com mittee of the entcrtnlnment wns com posed of J. Golden, Jos. Hughes, P. Powers, Jos. Burke, Ed. Killfcther, and J. J. Kelly, secretary. . Mr. Frank Davoy or Salem dell v- ered an oration that is printed in rull In the Catholic Sentinel, 11 very creditable literary production, and full or passages of highest eloquence. FRY'S SQUIRREL POISON IMPROVED-CONCENTRATED. The Original 25-cent Squiirrel Poison. i Important to Fam ts. Wnkcleo's Squirrel Exu'ruiiiutor the original and only aillcle or It, kind giving complete Nit infliction. Now reduced from C0 to '0 conn per can. For sale by SteliKi' Drug Co. Lunn Sc Brooks nnd 0. W. Piitman, Snlcni.Orcgnn. 3-4-1 in RIVER NEWS. The boats aro. all making regular trips at present. The Ruth went up tho river last night, nnd will return today. The Elmore will bo up to morrow night. Tho Gypsy ls making two trips n week now between Cor vnllls and Eugene, leaving Corvallls Mondays and Fridays. Tho river now registers 71 feet, having fnllcn con siderably In tho past few days. F. A. Powers has been appointed clerk In tho O. R. N. Co's. ofllco nt this city, to assist his brother, G. M. Powers. Handball at Willamette. Murphy and Gulss will play the llnnl set on Saturday at .1 o'clock. The scores of the sets played yester day afternoon ns a result or the second drawing, are as rollows. muss 21 21 Miller .' 17 i;j Mvcsay r, 14 Vcncss 21 21 Brown 01 Williams I;.""" 10 21-3 1-0 21-1 8-2 OJ o 10-0 At the close of the decldiner sot lie. tween Murphy and Gulss, Vcncss hav ing sprained his thumb and Brown withdrawn, there will be an exhibi tion game or Indoor Polo. The first plnycd;ln the city. Not n little Interest has been aroused by this gamo in other places. It has In It the requirements or skill nnd dexterity but the absence or tho elements or roughness. The llrst game was played last night wltltovl dent satisractlon to tho fellows. Old People. J?..? Penl0,wl10 rcqulro medicine to regulato tho bowels and kidneys will n" UWQ tcl?c?y n E'ectrio Bit tors. This medloino does not stlmu- ato and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant but acts ns n tonic and alterative It acts mildly on the stomach un-o bowels, adding strength and giving tono to the organs, thcrebv aWi?BNnturo In the perfonnanco S the functions. Electric bitters Is nn excellent appetizer and aids digestion Old People flna It just exactly what ntW ' rPrlc5 C(J ,uul S1 Per bottle at I- red A. Legg's drug storo. Tho Now York Racket has Just .re ceived from Chicago n largo lot of men's, boys' and youths' spring suits, of excellent quality, nnd all to bo sold fit our usual close prices. Among the lot are a great number of flno black un,iu suns or best styles and make, v. juuiik Him qui men Our prices on an grades will surprlso nil wim examlno them. Don't fall tn nii D VA will en. -.. ""l " nil purchases. d&w.2t Salem GiUNQESaturday 1111 open tonwlllboheldlnlnsunincolm at 1:30 p. m. The labor exchange will 00 discussed and all are Invited: mi Notice. Salem, Oregon, and Zn& l?,sKct Wait OUR SPECIAL SALE. Dress G-oods: -SATURDAY- All our new goods arc wash fabrics, Ask to sec our new line wear, & E. kJ t & 257 Commercial street Phone 112, In 1-pound cam. thinrantetl. Thousands of families from nil over this state! have learned that FRY'S SQUIRREL P01SION at 2c, cents is as good or better than more expensive foreign brands of uncertain strength. Fry's is the genuine and mott re liable poison. Use no othrr. For sale by (Jco. L. liaskett, Fred A. Legg. Lunn & Brooks, G. W. Putnam, and Steiner Drug Co., ("uJ,bl5"i aaicni. THE MARKETS. OiK-ago. March 6. Wheat, cash 64c. May ( t,y. rk, March 6. Silver, C6Jc; lead, J 30. SAN J 1MNCISCO MARKET. .San Francisco, March 6 Wheat, 1.12 Wool.. Oregon, choice, tco; inferior, jc, valley, oiic Hops (Quotable at 3. Potatoes 50 to 90c per sack. Ots Milling, 758o. PORTLAND MARKET. Portland, March 6. Wheat valley, 62c: Wnlla Walla, 60. ' flour 1'ortland, $3.15; Hcnton county. ; 3-'5i graham, H-S', superfine. $2.25 per hbl, Oats White, 2327cj grey, 2223; in oags, 4.25(S525, narrels, 4.30 7.90 cases, 3.75. Potatoes.. New Oregon, B253c per sack. Hay.. Good, 5.5oo.oo per ton. P Wool.. Valley, oioc; Eastern Oregon, Millstufls..Bran, $il.Sot3.So; shorti,$i2 Apples.. 40c. Poultry.. Hens, 5c; rocsters, ;i.8o perdoz and not wanted; ducks, 2.505.00 per doz turkeys, live 7c; eggs 15 cents cash. Hides.. green, salted 60 lbs 5c; under 60 lbi 44c sheep pelts, to7oo. Hops. .Oregon, 4 to Gc, according to qual. ity. uuncr..uregon lancv creamery, 5oS5; mii.j uairy, 45; ia.r 10 gOOO, common, 17 Vic. 303SS Cheese Orcc rcgon full cream, MIS, role Eggs. .Oregon, 15 per doi I'oultry.. Chickens, 3,ooa3.5o per doz ; ducks, $3.5o4 50; geese, $6.oe7.oo: tur keys, 9ioc; dressed, Hi2Xc Heef..Topsteers, 22 3.5c per lb; fair to good jteers, 22 3.5c; cows, 22Vc: dressed beef, -lOsJ-Jc. Mutton.. best beef, 2.oo2.2s; choice ewes, 1.50(512.00; dressed, 4c. Hogs.. Choice, heavy, 2So3.5o; lighi and feeders; 2.75; dressed, jK4c per Id. Veal.. Small, choice, s6c; large, 34c per lb. SALEM MARKET. Wheat.. S3ltc per bu., market firm. Oau .17c. "y-DaleJi cheat, 4.55.oo; timothy, Hour.. In wholesale lots, 3.00; retail 3.20; bran, bulk 11.005 sacked, 12.00'; shorts, 12.00 13.00; chop feed, 11.00 12.00. VeaL.Dressed, 4. Hoes.. Dressed. iA. Live Cattle.. 22. Sheep.. Live, 2.50. Wool.. Bent, zyfi. Hon.. Best. 4fBo. '-ygs...asu. ec. Butter.. Best dairy, 25c. 20c; fancy creamery, Cheose .I2i3c. 1-arm Smoked Meats, Bacoi, 7lc; loo; shoulders, 6c. '' Potatoes.. 20c per bu. Onions., 1 Jc. hams m. ,CbeaP Ratcs t0 'Frisco. and two-fifty steerage Including meals PandnCT?rnnoSc?'nerft frmP0-t- rinv8"161"3 lcave porand every five Uays- 3-0-1 m rl Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Medal, Midwinter Fair. W CREAM BAKING POWDlR Most Perfect Md. AoYewiUwSUiirkri For it included in this sale, as well of lace collars and ladies neel rl. STOCK HARD TIMES FACTS. GOOD READING FOR THE CIRCLE. rjucLt Every reader or The JorKll should look up the list of premluna given absolutely free with this papa rminlirt.n.r... t - ... a-.iu limmiil 'UUKNAIWllJlajCatil tho cheapest paper on the hdfc coast, yet with it we give yearlm scrlptions to nny of the followiii valuable publications, each knowntJ 1 no worm ns a siantiaru in Its field' The Toledo Blade, The Queen of Fashions, "Womankind, The Farm News, Tho Child Garden. These valuable publications w each worth a $1 a year, yet we gin you your choice, one year rree, for 1 $1.50 subscription to The Journal either. the Daily for six ruonthj tho Weekly for elirhtfon mnnii,, 3 Sco the list, nnd don't neglect to mt by It. Don't bo deceived Into pajlnifa so-called premiums offered with hirt priced papers at a slight ndtanct Remember The Journal U Uu rlieapcst nowspapcr on the Titik coast, and It gives you high gnde premiums without additional chirjt JOHN HUGHES, Dealer in groceries, painls, oils, window glass, varnishes, aoi I the most complete stoce d brushes of all kinds in tht state. Artists' materials, Hat, hair, cement and shingles, and finest qtfality of grass seeds, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LOST A medium sized black leather M grip, containing letters, pension ptptnul other articles, including a bottlt of beart oil. Report to this office. 36-3 r-OR SALEwChoice milk cow, 6.yeir o, in milk; y,tix Jetty, $40. O, W. mra.u, 2 miles north of city on river road. 43 INFORMATION WANl'EU-OI the ! lion of William White, son of Patrick Wkt, and who leftj IJadsay, Canada, about liivtj years ago. by his sister Maty. Address to, T. S. Godfrey, Knoxvllle, Tenn. 4g VOU eat your bread more cheerfoll; w your walls ore brightened with pictures. JJ you cannot make them buy one at Steiart that Is not duplicated. 3 & FOR REN'lV-lVof. Parvin hu aa up piano for rent. For particulars call t w Willis' music store. JL PRUNING AND SPRAYINU-Treesp roses. Call at Jory & Sprague's land m 95 State street. Crowell & Richardi. 2-:&L WANTEDA bo01 furnished room" board, not over one block from Consohwn electric car line. Address, with te "Electric." care Toumal. FOR SALE-Or exchange for a inuul of tobacco, two houses and lots in Nena 1 lera, on electric line, subject to a Wo v gage. For Information call on D. D Conej, Court Houae. Salem. WANTED An honest, active Ct ?" lady to travel for reliable established W Salary $780, payable US wkly"L,S penses. Situation permanent. ;Refef?T Encloso self.nddressed stamped enrewP' The Dominion Company, 316 Omshs Bjj ing, Chicago. Z. FOR SALEEight milch cows a year olds. Inquire of M . Egan, Gern, Or. itVL. PAPERS. Portland, Sacramento, & Tacoma and San Francisco papers oa U " Miller's Postoffice block rp? PUBLIC MEW, POLlTClANbAW Iness houses can obtain all newipPr JJJ mation from the press of the tate,co country from the Press Clipping W (Allen's) Union Block. Portland, jjjg. P. O. NEWS STAND.-Local &&? Agency for all newspapers and ""SpJ, Fine atock of cleats and confectionery. t. Miller. Prop. iC? FOR JJaLE'OH TUADli-The t3 fruit and atock ranch in Oregon, coc 200 acres. Will sell cherp, muJLt trade lor good hotel. For particabrV0, nuMt i.rr.rm ti a n. 3 CARP'PAPfiR-Large TSTJ brown wrapping paper for sale c"aPjJj the thing for putting under carpets. v journal otticc. rnfuci) Will . u rcoKu (lOD l It " lit n frrtft&u iMlon. BAt b. fttrittct. rMiFnya&ituifillCo. bjan . . . -J t...... . .- . .. 1,1 n jf w w i 1. cujMehc . su am. Salem, Or., Feb. 14, 1890. lcwewun.o.MH nt ' pii ?ra "" jm liT linrn, .Cii . n k .iH Y ' . ni.N-lH KSiUr 41 L Of 3 -w L-J) cn ,. juA''aiiimt-:-jmja.