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Daily Capital Journal.
BY HOKlCU E1IMTHEKS
MONDAY, M AHCH 10, 1800.
Altona and Ramona
I Portland, 6:45 m- 9 m
Salem, 7M5 . m. 10115 .m.
Independence, Oijo a. in. owo a m.
G?"Freight received up lo lo p. m.I
Quick time, regular service and cheap i
M. P. BALDWIN,
Dr. II. R. Hulincfl returned to Port
Clins LcmUoko of Huttovllle was In
Senator Ocsncr went north on the
P. S. Dearborn wns (t rorimnu
John McOuno of Stnyton precinct
wns In town today.
D. II. Looney came down from Jef
ferson this afternoon.
It. Held, of Lincoln, win In the city
today, en route to Marlon.
J. M. Lawrence, tho grocer, was a
Olioniawa vtaltor Kunduy morning.
J. W. Vogcl, tho occullst, loft tli lit
morning for tho Santlam country.
Private Secretary W. 8. Dunnlway
returned from Portland this morning.
J. O. Uozorth.of tho firm of Uuzortli
IlrtM. went to Portland tills iiiornlnir.
E. P. Parkliurst went to Portland
twlny In tho Interest of his Implement
Senator llrownoll of Oregon City
was In town today, en route- for Inde
pendence. Senator A. J.Johnson of Llnn,spcut
Sunday In Salem and left for Portland
0. W. Hubbard started this morn
'Vl'ig on his return to his homo ut Tits
Archbishop dross, of Portland, re
turned home today after spending tho
Sunday In Salem.
Del Dlnsirforo returned on tho over
land Sunday morning from a ten days'
visit In San Francisco.
Hon. II. L. Ilurkloy, of Woodburn,
has ruturned from tho east, and will
Iw In Salem tonco his friends Tuesday.
W. K. Lereli loft today for his old
homo at Oeuova, N. Y., whoro ho was
called suddenly by tho Mines or his
Walter Schaff of Aumsvlllc was In
town today. Ho Is spoken of as a
probable delegate to the Republican
Dr, J. W. , Hansom, of Turner, who
has been In Southern Oregon forhls
health for Bovcral weeks past has re
turned homo, fully restored,
Senator llrownoll, of Clackamas
county, who Is prominently mentioned
as a candidate: for congress, Is In tho
olty today feeling tho political pulse.
U. 11, Patton, of Macleuy. state
agma of the Huttovllle Mutual Farm-
cm' Plro Relict Association, was In
town Sunday. Ho reports a good
lion, ami Mr. p,o. Raker, of Port
land, camo up to Salem yesterday
morning. They visited their farm
yesterday (ndreturncd to Portland
W. E. Lorch who for the past three
year has mado his homo with n v.
Lansing east of Salem, loft today for
inn noiiio in ucneoa Now York. Ho
mis ikcii Kiiesman wltn Mr. Lanslnir
luunrou years, ami has
many friends In Oregon.
J. iiom IoVA.--Tlireo families rrom
Calhoun county, lowa, arrived In Sa
loin a day or two ugo, and have for
tho present taken up their resldcnco
In lsortli Salem. They brought with
them a carload of property, houso
ltolU clfects, etc., and kovcii lino horses
and good wagons. They will no doubt
lieadeslrabto acquisition U-mirpon-ulatlon.
.. s.fcas.S -a.-r
M. "BRANSON &
Now occupy the j, A. Vim &ton rtorc,
GsrperofConirnercIaland Cowj Streets,
Jte. the region ol old firm will 1'mlntalnA
Mrs. D. E. flrewef,ef Chenmwa,
was ft fialein visitor today.
Superintendent and Mrs. 0. M.
Irwin were morning passengers to
Mr. and Mrs. WalterToozcrcturned
to Woodburn on Hip Salem local Sun
Miss Harriet Clovenger went to
Portland this afternoon for a several
days' visit with friends.
Miss Minnie Thompson, of Ilalscy,
arrived In tho city today and Is tho
guest of Salem friends
Hon. A. Bush, with his daughter
Sally and Mrs. A. N. Bush, went to
Portland this morning.
MestlamesJ.P. and Q. It. Thomas
went to Portland today, were tncy
will remain for several days.
Miss Genevieve Hughes went to
Albany this morning and will visit
friends there for several days.
Mrs. J. W. Fowler and little child
returned on tho Shasta limited this
morning from an extended vh.IL with
relatives in San Francisco.
Mrs. P. 0. Baker, of Tacoma, ai
rlved In the city Saturday evening,
nnd Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Baker, on Eighteenth street.
Mrs. N. II. Burlcy and little daugh
ter went to Portland today and "Wed
nesday night will leave for Los
Angeles, Cal., where they will make
an extended visit.
Miss Edna Price went to Eugene
this morning to attend the funeral of
her uncle, Fred Price, who died In
that city Saturday. Tho funeral will
take place this afternoon.
Mr. and .Mrs. It. P. Pracl, Of Port
land, spent Sunday In tho city, guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Brcyman,
who entertained the largo family of
cousins nt a most hospitable Sunday
At the armory of the 0. N. G. there
will bo a match game of baseball Iw
tween tho teams of I and B com
panies. All are Invited, especially
the ladles. No admission will bo
charged; Beats for all. Gamo will be
called at 8 o'clock sharp.
Court "Sherwood Forest" No. 11),
Foresters of Amorlca, was Instituted
last Saturday night at Popular hall.
Next Wednesday nlgliL will bo Its first
mooting, nnd at Its conclusion a grand
banquet will bo given. Their meet
ings will bo held every Saturday night
hereafter. Tho names of ofllccrs
clcct will appear later In Tun Jour
nal. Cr.ABS OK '09.
Miss Lillian Ackermau, president,
assisted by Miss Balm Maun, enter
tained tho class of '08 of tho Univer
sity of Oregon at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. J, B. Hopkins on North Pearl
street last evening. Tho class was
well represented, and after tho busi
ness session was hold a social evening
was enjoyed. Eugene Guard.
Miss Mann Is well known hero, hav
ing liceii a student at Willamette, and
has many warm friends nmong tho
attendants of the college.
Silveiiton, Or., March II, 1800.
Ed. Capital Jeuknal: My mother
waslxirnlnisai, my father In 1800.
They wero married In 1821, and I was
born in 1823. Mother Is now D2 years
old and father is TO. Thoy havo lived
together 72 years, and nro now In good
health for pcoplo of their age. If
thero Is any on tho coast thnt can
beat this let them wport to Tub Cap
itai. Journal at Salem Oregon.
G. It. Pottorpk.
Badly Cut. -Miss Nina Stelgor, of
Howell Prairie, had the mlsfortuno to
got a severe cut on tho wrist by strik
ing her hand through a glass door on
Sunday evening. Tho wound lst,ov
cral Inches long, but will no doubt
heal up all right.
Mucklen'a Arnica Halve
Hie bctt Salvo In die world foi Culi.
"'. 8mm. Ulccn. Salt Kheum. Keyc
frif2u.,UtChi,Plea """ Chilblain,.
I rulte bkin hrupiioiu, and pojitlvely cure!
Pll or no iwv reaum. i i. J. . i :
Klverfrc MtUf.ctlon or money refunded
f rice a5 cent, a box For tale V Ficd A
The U. S.' Gov't Rcoorts
Royal Unking Pew&e
Conclusion of Proceedings cf Saturday's
When The Journal went Lo press
Saturday the Marlon county Demo
cratic convention was still In fccsslon.
After n ballot P. N. Derby was de
clared tho unanimous choice of tho
convention for delegate at jarge nmld
great applause. Ho was loiidly called
on for a speech In a few appropriate
remarks which were well received.
He had worked to bring about such
harmony In tho party that tho party
might have a future In tho county
and the Btatc. (Applause.) lie
thanked all the kind friends who had
withdrawn In his behalf, and pledged
himself to labor for the true Interest
of the Democratic party and the peo
Nomination of Justices and con
stables was left to the precinct com
mitteemen from each precinct.
The platform was read nnd motion
made to adopt.
Chas. Craven moved thnt the resolu
tion be laid on the table. Seconded
The chair put the question on adop
tion. Mr. Flngg made the point of order
that the motion to tabic was llrst to
'Din ntinatlnn tvtia ntif. In tlin linnen.
Mr. Craven courageously but lone-
somely voted aye. (Great laughter.)
Tho rest of the delegates voted no
wlthn roof-raising hurrah..
Tho convention adjourned.
Proceeding to nomination and elec
tion of committeemen for the pre
cincts the result was as follews:
Salem No. 1 John Gray.
Salem No. 2-A. A. Miller.
Salem No. .1 J. Baumgartner.
Salem No. 4-C. Van Patton.
Prospect P. Van Patton.
Yew Park -James Coleman.
South Salem W. W. Johns.
Englewood G. O. Savage.
East Salem Chas. Ynntikc.
North Salom-J. It. Fairbanks.
Lablsh . II. Egnn.
Gervals-L. D. Smith.
Woodburn W. E. Plnzcr.
Hubbard A. Coyle.
Aurora Dr. Glesy.
Buttovlllc-J. P. Feller.
St. Paul P. M. Coleman.
Champocg W. It. McKay.
Ablqua J. J. Buchhelt.
East Sllvcrton Geo. Cusltcr.
West Sllvcrton -J rimes Madison.
Howell-P. W. Durbln.
Macleay W. V. Hurst.
Turner John WIttsclien.
Marlon M. Ostcrhousc.
Jelfcr6on A. 11. Huddleson. .
Stuyton-W. W. Elder.
Mchamn II. Parker.
Mill Clty-Chas. Work.
Brcltenbush Nat Bowman.
Elkhorn-B. B. Hester.
Lincoln Jas. Simpson.
Sublimity N. Lambert.
No commltteomcn were clioson for
Horob and Silver Falls.
CHOICi: FOR PUKSIDUNT.
Tho Salem Statesman says or the
delegates to the state convention,
thrco arc pronounced for Stevenson-
Derby, Downing and Huddleson; two
aro for Morgan Hayden and Wcsta-
cott; one for Carlisle Wagner; one
for 01neyMurphy;ouo for Whitney
Smith; while the others did not wish
to bo quoted.
Of the county central committee,
flvo aro supporters or Whitney Gray,
C. Van Patton, Coleman, Feller and
Elder; three nro Stevenson men
Miller, Huddleson and Simpson; two
nro for Cleveland Baumgartner and
Parker; Carlisle-Morgan Morrison
and Olney each have one supporter;
six arc for any pronounced free-silver
num-P. Vnn Patton, John Savage,
Durbln, Work and Lambert, tho re
mainder not having expressed
Lauou ExciUNQK.-Tlie inenibers
lieltl a nicotliiK Satunlay, ilurlnjr
which they olTcctcd permanent organ
ization with the following iiiiiucd oill-
ccrs and directors, all elected to servo
ror ono year: President, J. II. Stump;
secretary, K. H. Anderson; account
ant, J. O. Uozorth;. Tho directors
wero seven In number and wero as
follews: J. R. Shopard, j. H. Xownt
noy, 11. A. Salisbury, s. L. Lamb, T.
J. Clark, Harvey .Mnssoy and II. .1.
Sharp. After appointing a special
committee to examine Into tho merits
of certain propositions looking to tho
uso of certain buildings for tho nso
of tho society, adjournment was had
vuoutuiuiiy, liircn rstii, tho conn-
v ciiamoers Doing again chosen
theplaco of meotlng.
The Time for Dulrdlng
Up tho system Is at this season. Tho
cold weather has mado unusiwt drains
upon tho vital forces. Tl 0 b ffl s
become Impoverished and I.upuro'and
nil tho functions of tho body suffer in
consequence. Hood's Srjnapai llln Is
no ono truo blond purlHer ami norvo
Hood's l'llls becomo tho favorite
New WukelsTmo lino weather
littsboomni tho blcyclo trade and a
wore of salemites aro looking a
wheels to buy them. While there aro
two-hundred named wheels in ,35
'at, tho Ust Judges wythew S
only six or seven distinct really high
claw wheels made. k
Children Cry for
j THE SALEM SCHOOLS.
o .t t a...-. rv,.. TJneoln
rr....- ... i '!. 1.-..- Kn.,,.
j. wo iiuo large nianiuo u """
nlimLPri nn i.hn T.inrnln school rrround.s
of South Salem.
Supt. rceblcs Is making all prepara
tions for celebrating arbor day at
each school nnd n little later for n
MlssShunmkcrof tho primary room,
and Miss Bradshaw, or the fourth
grade, spent Thursday and Friday,
visiting Portland public schools nnd
roturned to their work this morning
with ninny new Ideas that will prove
or value to themselves and their,
In tho Lincoln schools the room
having best attendance and least
tardiness carries tho Hag In march-'
tnir for t.wn wpnka.
Prof. Hull Is not only principal but
i.Piip.ho9 pl(Tiit P.iniwpa ii flnv besides
havltiggenernlrcsponslbilltyfororder'wayof thinning out the usual stir
and discipline In all the rooms and on plus, thus adding to the size and
tho grounds. i quality of tho fruit remaining.
The salaries, experience and qulp
ments of- corns of teachers In tho
Lincoln school nro as follews: Joseph
O. Hall, principal, a normal graduntc,
bus taught nlno years, salary $70 a
month. Carrie Bradshaw, graduate
Willamette university, has taught
three years, salary WO. Anna Fischer,
graduate Mazomnnle, Wis., high
school, has taught seven years, salary
$55. Mrs. 'Nichols has taught seven
years, salary 810. Mrs.NIchols teaches
the second grade and a primary.
Carrlo Sliuuiakcr Is a normal gradu
ate, has taught ten years and gets $-10
a mouth. Three of these teachers arc
employed the first year nt Salem, nnd
hence get $55 n month. No new
teacher can bo employed, no matter
how experienced or talented, unless
they work tor a year at $40 a month.
Under the samo rule a teacher Is ad
vanced to $50 a month the second
year, and $55 tho third nnd $00 tho
fourth. Qualifications count for
nothing under this method and ex
perience counts for nothing unless
gained nt Salem. This is not said to
find fault, and no complaint Is mado
by teachers, but it Is believed the sys
tem can bo Improved upon. It Is
understood that Dr. Byrd says tho
present system docs not meet with his
' m i.
Spring is Comj.no. Tho Lockwood
messenger system Is hero now. Blue
boxes or telephone -10.
OLD MANURE And plenty or It.
Salem Truck & Dray Co. 3-10-3t
Roso Tor seed. Apply to
Fruit & Produce Co., Salem,
Kou Saw:. -Threo acres of land In'
cw Park, with good house nnd barn, 1
100 fruit trees, all rich garden land,1
for sale cheap. Apply to Lewss Pet-,
tyjolm.. :i 14 lm
A medium siied hlack-j leuther liandaoOD UKADING FOU tTHK
Crip, contain nr? letters, ramnn inn.,. .,1 wu run .iiu.
other articles, includlnp a bottle of bear's'
?,-,. u' J". McLa,n Report to this office. I
Will pay liberal reward. I0.,f
Open Saturday Evenings. j
If you are busy you can Unci my 1
"" winjii tig oiiLiiniiiv nvnniniT
Ofo f! AVit r '
Orgnn and Sowing Ma-,
Cheap Rates to 'Frisco.
Tho cheap rates of live dollars cabin
and two-llfty steerage Including menls
r! bccri ' ? Btl" ,n effect " tho
p.H. & N. Co's.. steamers from Port
land to San Francisco.
Steamers leave Portland 'every live
"0'8. :i.fl-i m
n .: El3otrle Bitters.
Llectric 11 iters s a medicine stirl fnr ..
season, but perhaps more generally needed
when the liver is torpid nud sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A
long and peihaps fatal billions fevers. No
medicine will act more surely in counteract-1
nc and freeing the system from the malarial
Klton,, MMdache' Indigestion. Constlpa.
lion, Diwineis yeild to Electric Bitters. 50
era 1 nnfl iM . 1....,- . i . .
Drug store. bb
Oregon, March 15, 1890, Sa villa Mil
er to Samuel AVolrlcli, O. II. By-
city recoraer, oillclatlng.
HUTCIIISON-At tho homo of her
u"' io.:?IttfVnK0K Snturilay, March
lUTvyeS: UutChtaon' aeod
Grandma Hutchison is ono of the
pioneers of Oregon, coming hero in an
early day. Elder Barklov of Wrwiiu.m
preached her funeral sermon nt nub
S9??DLEnAt his homo fr
Ieceased was n pioneer of 1852, nnd ,
Si 'rr'1 resi(,cnt "'Oregon oyer;
hlllte. If Was nil unnln .if .Tnswi. I
Schlndler, of this city. Itev. S. C.
Adams of Salem went out today at2
.-. .... iu iireacu ins runeral sermon.
AVrn,nlr7Sunday' March 1". at tho
inoffi te "Auburn, ofpneu
v;i. Vl)a lfant daughter of
days! lAlvorda Welch, aged 19
Sin ?k .placo terday at L
Mllon cemetery. " fc
ii i ' "" . , " "3HI.aw
not BADiimjuREa .rnAr.sra..rYtr
Horticultural Commissioner Dailey
' cusses Fruit Prospecls.
RlllPP. Ulfi llOllVr f TOStS Of MiirCl)
--- " , . . , ......n,,,'
and 3. C. L. D.illcy,stiitc l.orlicttlli ra
rmiirnlsfllnnnr of til S district,
been Investigating tho condition of
the fruit In this vicinity. Ho states
that ho finds In the Red hills, south
of Salem, tho-petllc primea the most
Injurod.thc fruit germ bclngdcstroycd
In about 75 per cent of tho buds. Tho
silver and Italian prunes arc nil right,
owing to tho fact that the former
were too far advanced and tho latter
nolsufllclcntly advanced to bo Injured.
In the bottoms south of town they
were not frozen so badly. Peaohe3
are hurt some, and cherries every
where arc dainuged'Slightly.
First reports are often exaggerated,
and It Is possible there Is no cause for
' alarm. Tho frosts may have
'. godsend to the fruit grower
J No Time to Talic-Oiio Salem linn
has no time to talk, but has Its time
taken up by tilling orders. It Is be
cause they sell feed that is the best
and sold at low prices. Brewster &
White arc that firm at 01 Court street,
20 Ounces for 5c
IUST RECEIVED ANOTHER LOT.
P, O, Crocsry,
FRY'S SQUIRREL POISON
The Original 25-crnt vSquirrel Poison.
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"When Baby ra alct, we gaTo her CastorU.
When ahe was a child, she cried for CastorU.
Vheu ahe became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had ChUdren, she gave them Castorfa.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Alldwlnter Fair.
IMost Perfect Made.
DM- JL V rJL ThZJU y'X lC'Tlr'Xs V J V V
Special v"S ale
- ' n : SSL S V .
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES,
Do not forget any pair
at half price this week,
257 Commercial street
In lpound cans, Guaranted. Thousands
of farmers from all over this stale have
learned that FRY'S SQUIRREL POISON
at 2"J cents Is as good or better than more
expensive forelcn brands of uncertain
strength Fry's is I be genuine nnd most re
liable poison. Use no other. For sale by
(Jeo. L. Uaskett. Fred A. Lei. Lunn A
Ilrooks. G. W. Putnam, and Steiner Drur Co
Wnkelco'S Soillrrol EYtrrmlnnlr,r
tho original anil ,only article of it,
kind giving complete satisfaction.
Now reduced from 50 to 30 cents per
can. For sale by Stolner Drug Co.
Lunn Si Brooks and O. w. Pnfmnt,
Salem.Oregon. 3-4-lm '
16. Wheat, cash 6oJc.
New York, March 16. Silvi:r,66Jc: lead.
3 30. '
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
San Iranclsco.-March 16... Wheat, t.10
ool Oregon, choice, iooj inferior 3
jc, valley, 9 1 ic. . J
Hops Quotable at 3Sc
Potatoes 60 to 90c per sack.
r .. JOFLAND MARKET.
vmE& ,6-Wheat va,,e te
I' lour Portland. Si.ie- ?in,n ...
Ifirtn', $2'6S! uPfinc, U.2S per bbT,
Oats-White, 2327c; grey, 3223 ;
"sesfJs4;255,25, barre'8' 57.90;
Havl0riIl,TcW,01rlCOn' 2S3oc persack.
llay..Good, 58.So per ton.
..uo...vai.ey, otec: Eastern Oregon.
AnnllU.fi''V1raq $,,-S'3 OOJ sllOrtS.JlJ
roullry.,Hens. je; rocsters, 1,80 per doi
iijrps. .Ore?on, 4 to 6c, according to qual.
HUttCr. .(Ktonn r..
fancv diSi:-. ii.'W 5WSS5
common. r,VA "' ""' lu K". 3
. ' "';v'
hcmc .ureeon mil prpan, ,..ki
- " "" 1VOT,.
.Best beef. 2.rvvi-o,. ....,.
tea. i.c-.U.,.A .iyo"-!! "rorcc
ho rcho!cruajc-. ..
per lb Smi,1'cholce. 56c; large, 34c
ivk . S1 MARKET.
SS iV?6 per bu- Bu,et firra-
$ Hay.. Baled, cheat, 4.SoS.oo; timothy,
lio'dU WKhne"le ,ot, 0i "tall,
3-20, bran, bulk u.oo; sacked 1200.
hort8; ,2.oo,3.oo; dbtf JS&
Poultry.. Chitkens, 3.00a? r0 n,, a
keys. 9iocireied. ir',50:00? lur'
VeaL.Dressed. A. vs,c'
Live Cattle.. aS)is
KV..... ti... "vr
Wool.. Best, I2JC.
Hopv .Best, 4(50.
Butter.. Best dairy,
5C; fancy creamery,
4MJo; shoulders, 5c.
Meats, Baco-,7c; hams
Eggs. Oregon, 9ioper dor. "'
tocSSd ;tfftefa-?a 3-Sc per lb; fair
of shocsi men's, ladies or ch.'u .
,! MS s
view of Tuture ordt;M. rubber JtVmp'fe
own name for marldnn pimi,:.. .: . '
WAN K ) Vruini I..
Write plainly and cncW fo ur pr&
to defray fliailinj;, picking, et J'p
nard, 16 Arcade, Columbus, 0 kZ
wnntril fur rnlil.r ..-... ...it' 'v3l
il,"'."'!i!'eJf '!", B" V'Boulerl ffiS
,u, ..... mm ,,,. eiectitc uelu, dew'
for agents' trrms. ' ,5"?
rnu Ar t? rltt.All"T7;., T;7r
in WVtt iil.m I . J15"
- ,-"ik nouse nrklbini
;m.ll f ,J .:j""". ""'''" f'Jl
ut and craitc. roml J..,';
,t ... uiuun lami, , m,!;,,
if .. .ii... .7." '.rr.T' '"' i
jjuu'iiy rancn. uox 145,
WANTLD-Situatlon by n.an wltU firiIu
certllicate, competent to set up and hn ,
repair the Westlngbome air brake eiir,
menta complete. Address H. C, Bnii
Muig, wiuvcrjiuri, ty. uox 5;, jjji
WANTED An honest, active centtauu
juu iu uvoi ior rename estaDluhed low
Salary $780, payable $15 weekly ui a.
penscs. Situation permanent. jRefereta
Encloso self.addressed stamped tank
The Dominion Company, 316 Omihi BiS
mg, imcago. ni
I KbhS Pruned nnd sprayed. TopjraSlii
..vhih;, uidu uca uunuctrCQ or pun
good shape. Call or addres Jno. W. C,
iwj .umnicfciai aircci. J-Illn
FOR SALE OR TRADE.-The Ut b;
fruit and stock ranch In Oregon, codux
200 acres. Will sell cheap, on eiir temi
trade lor grocery stock. For particuun it
quire ui mis itnce. 11, a, II. 3 II ll'
FOR SAI Eight milch cows and tn I-
Inquire of M .
PAl'ER-Larcc lot ol inn
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. 1st j
the thing for putting under carpets. Cwit
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Tacoma nnd San Fiancisco papers on uk e
Miller's Postoffice block
Notice to Uullding Contracton:-StM
bids will be received at the office o( Scatty
of State. Salem. Or., until I o'clock P.
Wednesday, April 8t 1896, for the ertcia
and completion of a hospital builiiBT
Roseburg, Or., according to plans, if1"
tlons, etc., now on exhibition at the cficti t
Ueloi U. Neer, architect, m'A tmw2
Portland; state house, Salem, Or,; sad ft
Soldiers' Home, of Roseburg, Oi. AU W
mut be accompanied with a ceitified cm
drawn to the older of S. B. Onwb;, cl
man board of trustees, Oregon Sofw
Home, In a sum equal to 5 per ceot
the Soldiers' Home, fund in esse the ?
or accepted bidder falls to enter Into icj
with acceptable bonds, in the sum of lW
amount pf contract, with at least two saw
within 10 days after the award oleosa
All bids must be addressed to
? it ORMSDi,
"Care Secretary ofState Salens , Or,
"Tender of (nime) for HPlUI
101 oomiers" ttomc, - , i:i
The right to reject any fi
hereby reserved. By order of the &"
Attest! S. B. ORMbllV, wuu.-
J.' H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWE
Makes a splalty of fine repair ct
tnomasciockv, etc., 315 v""
F. VAN DER
Carpenter, Builder and J
481 Winter streei.
CHard times prices always.
IL M.'WAITE PI. WTDW
mi AND JOB PWW
Bush's New Brick over the bantCog
TO THE FARMERS!
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one-half block south of the J cow
Please give os a calL SSMfaOfc
26- BUSSARD & SH"1