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Daipapital Joupil BY MOWER. BROTHERS THURSDAY, MAItCII 10, 1800. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOIl 8CHOOL SUl'KIUNTENDKNT. The undersigned licrcby nimounccs himself us u candidate for the olllee of comity school superintendent, subject to the action of the Itcpubllcaii county convention. 11. II. Smith. KOll ASflKSSOIt. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for the olllcc of COUNTY ASSESSOR subject to the will or the county Itcpubllcaii convention. ' d-w J. A. VAK EATON. FOR KKI'llESKNTATlVK. 1 have consented U) have my name borno before the Itcpubllcaii county convention for representative. 13. "YV. CllAI'MAN. John II. Mitchell, Ilcpubllcans and all cltlzcnrt who arc opposed to the domination of the old I'crtlmid ring in our state nlTnlra should turn out to the Republican primaries In Mnrlnn county next Friday, March 20. Sec to It that delegates arc elected to the county convention Marclt 21 who will do their duty In nominating a Mitch ell legislative ticket composed of live men who will not have to bo paid with onlccs or otherwise to do their duty, and who cannot bo hired to votofor a candidate of Wall street and tlio corporations. Let no minor issuo defeat the paramount duty of choosing a eoplu's senator and a legislature free from the corrupt domination of ring iulluctices. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington letter In American Econemist: ThoOorman TnrilT pre sents a bad record for Its Hrst 18 months of operations. Going into ef fect August 28, 181M, the close of the month of February, fton, utidcri a year and a half of Its existence. In that time It had fallen 75,000,00( short of meeting the running expenses of the government, had produced $00,000,000 lesi than the MoKlnloy law did in Its llrst 18 months; hud cut down tin; re- cciptshoth In customs and Internal and measures In favor of t ho adoption revenue; had reduced the quantity of or the metric system. Thoso depart goods brought into tho country frco of incut heads who have been most In duty; but had hugely Increased tho , duslrloiis in advocating the system of importations of articles In compotl- low tariff duties and foreign competi tion with the productions of Anion- can worklugineu and women. While thuie was a disposition to look with leniency on tlio operations or tlio law In its llrst few months, it would seem that, In eighteen months, It would Im) able to show what It could do. Yet Its February receipts ducts that tho metric system fad af roll $1,000,000 lwlow the monthly ' fords one means or diverting utten avemgo expenditures, and In not a tlon fmm the failure of the Demo single mouth or the eighteen' In which cnitlc policy to Improve our trade lu ll has been In operation bus Its re-' t crests abroad, colpts reached the normal monthly' average or expenditures'. With the excessive Importations or dutiable goods which rollowcd Its enactment, and with tho extraordinary hnnor- tatloiiH of tlio iMiRt two niantliB,8tliiiu- should look up tlio list or premiums luted by the prospect or Increased given absolutely rreo wltli this paper rates or duty under tho Dlngiey bill, Tho WKKKLY.louNAi.at$l ayear Is tho customs receipts have fallen far the cheapest paper on tho l'aelllo short, tho Internal revenue receipts coast, yet with It wo give yearly sub are many millions short to those In a scrlptlons to any of tho following like period of tho McKlnloy law. In valuable publications, each known to spite or tho claim that this law was to or duty, or allow rotes, tho articles brought In rreo or duty have rallen more than fcW.ooo.iXH) short or those Hi-ought In rreo In tho lust year and a percentage or goods brought in free inwW tim ...... i,... i. .. ....... ., ... m "" """ 0l tho MoKlnley law. 'l'liii wni'umiil m.1,11. u ..,,......11 ....,,...,..,. .MX..,,;. t.i,i,iii.n iiiij e has U that , Kosing borore It more than a doen hills nave won uunxiuci'il nnnuuh.,. .l...to ohangos In tho wind ami woolens Bchcdules of tho tariff law. Airrlcul- turaltind muiiufaeturlug Mates have sent In demands for changes lit the lw thirl, .hall n.tore tho conditions of prubiMirlto' to tho wuo-Krower ... be mauttfaoturvr. The ,. plete swamping of tho American market will. ,, , ,,, KN)plo do n.iiu. thinking. Thoyhave csuirlmWrt that they want no more or tho free trade iIloy. The Increase In the Importations of TthlMpjtn ri. u- ditcher' CaStbrln. articles of foo4 and Uvc animals eub- Jcctlo diitlcs, from $17,000,000 .worth in J804 to more than $98,000,000 worth in 180,), has cawed the farmer to do some thinking. He has discovered that not only lias his home market been rrduced by foreign competition by Just the amount represented by about $50,000,000 worth of products, but he bus learned that the policy of Inviting more competition for tho manufacturers of this country has not resulted in opening new or addi tional markets for American goods and produce. There Is probably no fact In our economic policy that has been more forcibly Impressed upon the farmers or tills country, by the costly experiences or tho past year, than that our agricultural Interests and our manufacturing interests are linked In a sympathetic bond of un ion. That an injury to one falls with almost ciiual force upon the other. The lumber Interests have appeared with measures proposing to Increase the duties upon manufactured lumber. Tho Gorman law gave away to tho foreigners a market for more than $0,000,000 worth of sawed boards alone, during the past year, and tills result has fallen with special severity upon the lumber manufacturers, taken In connection with the general slump In their business caused by the demoral ization of Industrial Interests throughout the country. The sub-coin m I ttco on reciprocity andreclprocal trade treaties has al ready had one or two hearings, but it expects to begin an actlvo investiga tion In a lew days. Tho Northwestern millers have already been heard on some points touching the decline In our exports of Hour to the Southern countries since the treaties for recip rocal -trade relations with those coun tries were annulled by the Gorman act Tho members of tho suh-coui-mlttco have nodoitbt thov will bo able to convince tlio full committee, and tho Houso that there Is the very best of reason ror reitorlng reciprocity treaties In the Interests or ourexports or agricultural and manufactued products. Some strong effects are being mudc by heads of tho departments to .push forward the measure pending before tins committee on coinage, weights Mon In our own markets are now in dustrlously at work sotting forth ar guments to show how much our for- "M tnit,e would bo Improved by tho adoption of the motrlo system. Tlio Gorman act has so signally railed In opening foreign markets of our pro- 1IAR1) TIMES FACTS. (1001) IIKADINU FOIt Till! KAMI I A' UIHGl.K. . Every reader or Tin: .imniwAt. l" m,rlu "8 u t"rtl In Its Held: Queen or Fashions. Womankind, The Farm News, Tho Child Garden. Tlieso valuable mililleutimia ., wilwcrfntlon to "Tin: Jouunal, t'ltncr the Daily for six months nr ror six months or y)VvEK'aY JV elKlitccn months Seo tho list, and don't neglect to lira It .. . . iWt lw deceived Into paying for 1 l'renilunis olfered with high priced pjiiwrs at a sllijht lulvuin" heiiiuiiibcr Tin: JouiInai' Is tho muiiiuiiiiat THK JOUKNA1. Is tho rtioniwst nowsmiper on tho Faclllo 'm!,,,'."!..!!!?'!...!' RrtiUo - . .. iiiiiiiil iiiiiiii iiiiitii (iin . - ..iiuiKU R1.ll.trli. Ylltt... &F$SX$ &$ in r ,Utr lwPia nm cbwim3 the I?!....... nt... Mfcw4a .no ,ru of" thl, medicine' RcJ ij 3i.u'a j;f,,,u1 fi,M "" fvcrs. Z tf&teLS: iioJI''HS"110". cS ffllSh V thug stoic, ' lc at "" A cu' iiieJ'S, Gov't Rennrte ZA' J1 ii & iU COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. Continued from fourth page. A. O. Condlt, Amount claimed $8.G0; amount allowed $8.60. Geo. C. Scars, amount claimed 81; not allowed. Circuit court, stato or Oregon, Mar lon county.grand Jury wltnfiss' claims, February term, 1090: Owen Hutton, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.10; allowed. James Ilennlc, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20; allowed. A. C. Ulllcy, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20; allowed. J. P. Murphy, 1 day, 10 miles, $3.00; E. F. Hutchlns, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20; allowed. J. S. Shanks, 1 day, 10 miles, $3.00; nllowcd. W. M. Illlleary, 1 day, 20 miles, $4; allowed. Ed. F. Ilutchlns.l tlay,2nilies,$2.20j allowed. John Knight,! day, 2 miles, $2.20; allowed. Fred Ualley, 2 days, 30 miles, $7.00; allowed. Al. llcnllnc, 2 days, 30 miles, $7.00; allowed. A. M. Urown, 2 days, 30 miles, $7.00; allowed. Geo. Davie, 2 days, 3(1 miles, $7.00; nllowcd. Norman Qucener, 2 day, 30 miles, $7.00; allowed. Ellis Hill, 2 days, 30 miles, $7.00; allowed. Frank Kaiser, 2 days, 8 miles, $4.80; allowed. Clias. A. Park, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20; nllowcd. D. U. Sherman, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20; allowed. S. A. Hogan, 1 day, 2 miles, $2; nl lowcd. C. E. Do Liishinutt, 3days, 31 miles, $0.40; allowed. P. F. Fllesham, 3 days, 34 miles, $0 40; allowed. A. Reach, 3 days, 31 miles $0.40; al lowed. Elijah Hunsakcr, 3 days, 2 miles, $0.20; allowed. Wells Latcrouttc, 3 days, 2 miles, $0.20; allowed. Grant McGuire, 2 dnys, 31 miles, $7.40; allowed. .1. A. Morrison, 2 days,.') miles, $1.20; allowed. Fred Hammond, 1 day, $3.20; allowed. Mary Hammond, 1 day, 12 miles, 12 miles, $3.20; allowed. Elijah Rrown, 1 day, 10 miles, $3; allowed. A. II. Johnson, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20; allowed. Mrs. F. lleuty, 1 day, 12 miles, $3.20; allowed. W. II. Hyrd, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20 J. J. Harnett, I day, 10 miles, $3; al lowed. Harry Harnett, 1 day, 10 miles, $3; allowed. Henry Harnett, 1 day, 10 miles, $3; allowed. C. F. Talcott, 2 days, 12 miles, $T).20; allowed. Carrlo Robinson, 1 day, 14 miles, $3.40; allowed. John Glrardln.l day, 12 miles, $3.20; allowed. Emilia Rowers, I day, 12 miles, $3.20; E. I). Hogan, 1 day. 00 miles, $8;nl allowed. Mary Hogan, 1 day, 00 miles, $8; al lowed. Dan Wiignon, 4 days, 2 miles, $8.20; allowed. nClrcult court, state or Ortvoo county or Marlon, grand Jurors' claims: Geo. Kraus, 0 days, r0 miles, $17; al lowed, J. T. Ross, o days, 48 miles, $10.80; allowed. II. G. Sonuenianii, (l days, 2 miles, $12.20. Chits. D. Hnrtinan, f days, 42 miles, $10.20; allowed. J. R. Slnipson,0 days, 2 inlles,$12.20; allowed. Henry Helinke, l days, HI $13.00; allowed. miles, Circuit court, stato or Oregon, Ma rlon county, Jurors' claim. W. I). Claggctt, 8 days, 2 miles, $12.20; allowed. Chas. Hrlggs, 8 days, 30 miles, $19.00; allowed. E. IP Flags, 8 days, 2 miles, $10.20; allowed. C. R. MoElhauey, 8 days, 30 miles, S10.00; allowed. fl. A. Krone, 8 days,22 miles, $18.20; allowed. A.M. Larollett, 8 days, 20 miles, $18; allowed. Win. WoUer, 8 duy.s,4(l miles, $20.00; allowed. S. T. IIoIkii t, 8 days, 32 inlles,$10.20: allowed. Chas. L Parmontor, 8 days, 2 n.llos, 10.20; allowed. 1 t. mis, Letulwke, 8 davs. fui uu (21; allowed. ' ! O. W.Knox, 8 days, 2 allowed. intlos, $10.20; 2.1.00; allowed. M. A. Wndo, l days, W miles, $-0.O0: allowed, ' Edward Johns, 0 days, 10 miles; $10; allowed. A. II. Glcsy, 0 days, 50 miles, $23j allowed. F. A. Ford, Odays, Similes, $21.40; allowed, ' S. J. Conner, 0 days, 44 miles, $22.40; allowed. II. W. Hall.-Odays, 40 miles, $22;'al- lowcd. Alex Clark, 9 days. 2 miles, $18.20; allowed. R.t.F- Pierce, 9 days, 80 miles, $20; allowed. John Rrooks, 1 day, $2; allowed. Circuit court, state of Oregon, Marlon county, circuit court witness claims, Fcbraary term, 1800: J. J. Pecker, 1 day, 24 miles, $1.40: allowed. F. T. Wrightmati, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20; allowed. W. S. Kline. 1 day, $2; allowed. Fred Yergcn, 2 days, 50 miles, $9.00; allowed. Chits. Kcmbcke, 2 days, 50 miles, $0; allowed. Ed X. Edes, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20; tllowed. A. C. Dlllcy, 1 day, 2 miles, $2,20; allowed. Andrew. Ilolman, 4 days, 104 mile?, $18.40; allowed. Frank Holmes, 2 dnys, 2 mllcs,$1.20; nllowcd. Maud Holllstcr, 2 days, 2 miles, Isaac Conklln, 3 days, 2 miles, $0.20; allowed. A.C. Dlllcy, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20; allowed. Sam Ramp,-1 day, 10 miles, $3.G0; allowed. T. A. Llnsley, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20; allowed. Win. Ulantitn, 1 day, 10 miles, $3.00; allowed. Fred Ilammnck, 1 day, 12 miles, $3.20; allowed. Elijah Rrown, 1 day, 10 miles, $3; allowed. A. II. Johnson, 2 days, 2 mlles,$4.20; nllowed. I Mrs. F. J. Rcatlcy, 1 day, 12 miles, $3; allowed. Frank Kaiser, 1 day, 8 miles, $2.80; allowed. , Otto Rurson, 1 day, 12 miles, $3.20; allowed. Andrew Henliuc, 1 day, 12 miles, $3.20; allowed. Rand Edgar, 1 day, 30 miles, $3; allowed. Thos Johnson, l day, 30 miles, $5.00; allowed. David Mangle, 1 day, 30 miles, $5.00; allowed. Glenn Mangle, 1 day, 30 miles, $3.00; allowed. W. W. Elder, 1 day, 30 miles, $3.00; allowed. Dave Gerkln, 1 day, 3(1 miles, $5.00; allowed. Xormaii Qiieencr, I day, 30 miles I $5.00: allowed. Victor Davie, I day, 30 miles. $5.00; allowed. ' Dr. J. N. .Smith, 1 day, 2 miles, $2.20; allowed. L. R. Riilsey, 1 day 30 miles, $5.00; allowed. Jos. Keams, 1 day 30 miles $5.00. Ellis III11, 1 day 30 miles, $5.00; nllowed. S. II. Hnisnn. 1 d.-iv. :ifl mil..-.. .. .--.. . -. iiiunviu day, 30 miles, $5.00; Lon Shelly, 1 allowed r... c .1 11 ' .1 .... .. Mrs. Seth Rurson, I day, 3(1 miles, $5.00; allowed. Leltoy Rurson. 1 day. 30 miles. 5.00: allowed. 1 , ' ' v. n 11 ... D.Mtllkle, of Sail A Chanqi:. Lr. I rauclsco, has been ,..,..i,, no imii iianiBiii-u iiiu mslt Ion of night operator or the Western Union telegraph olllcc here, akl ng the ulaco rormorly held by A. assigned tlio Rnuirord, who has beoy transrerred. tz HE WOAUN who laitcsiic surest way to gain a beautiful color and a wholesome skin will not take the cosmetics, paints and powders which soon Injure the skin. Sal- low or wrinkled face, low wltlU. follow the derangemc its, hreK. ularitW and weaknesses peculiar to tlie sex. All women require a tonic and nervine at some period of their lives. Whethersuf- n ".", H.MUU3IIKH, ui&fiiicas, mini uess, displacement of womanlv orirans. en. tarrhal inflammation of the lining mem. ..'...' ucui"h,UOWIi scnsaiious, or general debility. Dr. I'lerce's Favorite Prescription I??.0!'." the origh, of the trouble and" cor- rects It. It's a inedlclue which was dlscov. ered and used by an eminent physician for plaint," and those painful disorders that "; jcuis 111 nu cases 01 "leinaie com. auilct womankind. If women are over. Worked, run down tlrrd or ulrrnlix. If thevarelrrital.il. ....rl.1,1 nH .iV.r (I.,, back-ache, they should turn to the right means for a pennancut cure. Dr. 1'ierce's for It regulates and strengthens the special functions, builds up and invigorates (he en- j-avonie rrcscriptlou fits lust siicU cases. functions, builds up and invigorates (he en- tire female system. ilii4eUA DISEASE OP WOMB. Mrs. Cora 8. WiibON. or Catiit, SullituH Q . lnd write i on not ay too "" (r Dr. Mercc' !' vorite I'rescrlptlon. I feel It my duty to say to all wo tutu who are sufteriuaT from ?ny. ," or the uterus tht It Is the best meJIciue ou earth for them to use : I canuot prsUe it too high" x ior i ne toe! It dia me. jrauyoueUouVU this, give them my name and ad Cress." Mrs. Witsojf. A pamphlet, conuiuin pawpi iei, containing a vast number of t monlals with reproduced photographs tejsjflrtjaasa free or. Dr. Pierce1 large Treatise a vast numbor nf I ickiiuionto or those address uress t i. t ' "."" aKe tTeattse o.,Re' Prosely illustrated with wood HHETK.' ff PPII m Wfd o. rTn .P if " W ' onelhaH' h i .P. " a. new iSiZS SfM: . " BWc ., a can,. Q , ...... -- HKSARD & HV BOS Ur2JAK9Hnai H H k74l i AP PLUG Hie largest piece of GOOD tobacco ever sold for io cents JOHN HUGHES, Dealer in groceries, paints, oils, window glass, varnishes, and the most complete stoce of brushes of all lands in the state, Artists' materials, limey hair, cement and shingles, and finest quality of grass seeds, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I'OK SALE- Tlircc acro of land In Vow Park, with good house and barn, loo fruit trees, all rich garden land, for sale cheap. Apply to Rcivis Pettyjohn. 3 14 im WANTED-,To do any light work for hoard and washing by a comepetent man. II, care Journal. ( 3 I? 3l. ,v,WTm ,, .;"',"-"" lo. .al"i Bus, m ,itn .ii mims urui'rs, runner sta mp of Uicir V.! . ' mc ' r man:,n8 ciotmng, twoVii, etc. le plainly and enctae four postage stamps to defray mailing, packing, etc. II. I'. Ma.- narU' ,0 Arcade, Columbus, O. Accnts wanted for rubber stamps, rubber type, pads dates, white letter slgns,"Ilottled Electricity" -caiarrn antt poin, electric belts, cic. Write jor ngcnis' lerms. l6.4t l'0R SALE ClIEAl', OR RENT.-c acres In West Salem. Urte I i5.. ""." acre variety bearing fruit acre variety bear nc frut trees nlmiv nf small fruitand gra good ga'rden lam" acre timber land, 'will make a rood poultry ranch, llox t4Sl , ,f - . "l " WANTED-Situation by man with first-class certificate, competent to set up and keep in "r- - vtt.iigiiuuac air oraKe eouiiv mrnUmmnl.iA A .1.1..... n .. 1.1 ncnis complete. Address II. C. IlmrwUV. burg, Cloverport. Ky. - . . il llox 57. 3 1 3 Of ,,.,,, , . WAMfcU An honest, active gentleman or '"4 to travel for reliable established houses Salary $780, payable $15 weekly and ex', penses. Situation permanent. -Referonrft. (Z ChicZ 'omPan'- 30 Omaha Build. Cl UllcaS' 2 25 im ' m..r,. " I J '"'-t'runed nud sprayed. Top grafdnc eCia,ity' aJ-S0..beci iwniferred or put n - BOhpe. Call or addresjno. W. 'carr. . In? C0mmerrl.1l . J '!-" "S Commercial street. 3-12 I m - F fruit and ifnri. in .i-hc .. hW niJ Ulicnn m... . nn trade T inr' ;J. ' s,eU.cheaA'' on y lms, or 200 acres. Win r 11" l """' ...cnw,mnB " ;'.,,"' '" l'Or liarlirnlira I... wc at thl '"ice. II. A. B. in Im FOR SALKFlnnf n,n.i. . . voir .M. T..P. '.i w'V.V ana two 2. year olds. Inquire of M y. Egan, Gervais. ,r. 224 tf -AKlE1 PAPERLarge lot ol heaw . h.row.1 wrapping paper for sale ri,o, i..V. . b,rovv,n, wrapping paper for sale cliean hiu , h0eu, J M fef pillfal under clrTcA 1'LlllLIO MliN'pl Miller, , Pro," E aml conr'i"'y. F. W. SKSSSS2tW ninrn,, . ! -m . 77Z to the farmers i "'""lUllvJ ! feed yard court house. SIMPKINS, i nt . I IIP I11VA tl(S Mtrm i in win XT : - MB 1 M Iff HBFREE DELIVERY. W0LZ & MIESCKEp Props. Dcalars In all kinds of frcslt and salt meats nsFresh sausapo a specialty. 171 COMMERCIAL ST. GEO. JPENDKICIL'S MEAT MARKET. 32I Commercial st. Cottle lllookl Successor to C. M, Heck & Co.1 Ilest meats in tho city, Prompt delivery at lowest prices. WAOON A KBPAIki SBOP I have removed my shop to J. J. Harklns' late place of business and am prepared to do all kinds of first- class blacksmith and wood work. I will b; pleased to see my friends there. It. J. IIERSCIIHACII, 100 Chemeket.i street. FREE TO ALL LADIES! I lave a very simple home treatment which I will send free to all suffering women. Cures female troubles of every nature. Most won derful remedy ever known The half has never been told; For could we with ink the ocean fill, Were every blade of grass a quill, Were the whole world of parchment made And every woman a scribe by trade To tell ihc merits of Balm of Figs, Iwould drain the ocean dry. Nor would the scroll contain the whole, ihough stretched from sky to sky. Address Mrs. I. w. n ivw r. 'r.n.. T Inn 7". ' ' J ' "'" ..Hill i-umny, Vf 2.12-imt Capital Transfer Co. HARRY TOWN, PROP. Lxpress, baggage and all kinds cf work done promptly. Leave orders at Patton't storo. , 2.3. W. A. Cusick President. J. II, Albert. Cashier. OF SALEM. Transact a general banking business. IS -Ol'ENKD IN- CHAITNIirQ HALL, Will receive children from 3 years upward Special attention to beginners. AH TsirVd branches for theolder pupils taueht, inciud. h l Ci 1 dlf WOr-k A" work "on on the In. SncedieSl'l- '" Wi,lch " child l, ad. janced according to its own capacity. For terms and uumm.i,. ,. it v U. Twentieth and cffikeuX "" " J- H. HAAS, JVATCHMAKER AND JEYELERI ThC.SVirUUyrGnerePa'" work, Setb lhomas clockv, etc, a,S Commercial I Street Capital Hiss k Schoo 21 1 Comnerciid t u.i. iyauiut.5Bp.Ajay; MONEY TO v. i-iin lanu security. Soeri.1 rates on large loan. T. ' consldcied wltnout deli,"1 Hu.li Bank bulldIn"AMILTON&MOI, n r ... 1 MONEYT0 LOAN! On city or farm property. Over.Dush's Bank, The Roya RESTAURANT Klnlo tlroo! V.. . . guarantee the best meal In the eiifcl reosonable. One trial will lnsure rouage. Privato rooms for ladies ". L. CARLTON, p,w. F. VAN DER BAAN Carpenter, Builder and Jobb, 4i Winter street. ISTlIard times prices always, PROPOSALS WANTED. Notice to Buildinc Contrattr..c.tJ bids will be received at the office ofSecrcS of State, Salem, Or., until i o'clodt p . Wednesday, April 8, 1896, for the titaa and completion or a hospiul bailduf, Roseburg, Or., according to phDS tions, etc., now on exhibition at the oficc IJeloj D. Neer, nrcbltect, 1335 First ttm Portland; stato house, S.ilem.Or.jscditi Soldiers' Home, ol Koseburg, Or. All h muU be accompanied with a ceitiGed cH drawn to the oiderof S. B. Ormiby, elu man board of trustees, Oregon Soldier Home, In a sum equal to 5 per cent 01 M, the same to bo forfeited and and applid B ine soiaiers- iiome itimi in ciseihelota or accepted bidder falls to enter into coninc. with acceptable bonds, in the sum cf lit U amount of contract, with at least twoatao, within 10 days after the award of coomt All bids must be addressed to S. B. ORMSBV, "Care Secretary of Slate Sslem.Or, "Tender ol .(name) for IIospiul at Soldiers' Home." The right to reject any and allUJn hereby reserved. By order of the Eoirfi irusteesoi tlie soldiers' Home, Attest: S. B. ORMSBV, Chmn.ctM HARD TIMES PRICES The times are hard and I propose tojiit the public hard limes prices New factory shocs.plain t "With toes and calks 10 Hand-made steel shoes ffl Track shoeing 1? "Jack" JTarlM 100 Chemeketa street. E. X. 1VAITE PJttNTIKG CO.. BOOK AND JOB AND Leffal JBlan7ePul)li8heri, Bush's New Brick over the bank Com! German Lessons Given by a qualified teacher, a nitire of Germany. Classes for children on Saturday nt Channinc HalL Mrs. Rapsey. 46J Li BANJO LESSONS Given on reasonable terms by an "P" teacher. W. A. RARO 46jCen DEPOT EXPRESS Meets all mall and passenger tnuu 1 B gage and express to all parts oHMI Prompt service, Telephone Kao. SALEM WATER CO, Office: Willamette Hotel BuW. 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