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-.....- fl. .,..-.. v&m. m r.i 4 t ' '.la ' fc 'J k1 S , ,...- - - i cm. .--.-- - i " Lvwma If you want a sure relief for limbs, use an ns tenheblsld,M,or 4 Porous AllCOCk'S Piaster nD..,H MiND-Not one of the host of counterfeits and imita tions is as good as the genuine. Daily Capital Journal BY HOFKR BROTHERS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1606. THE DIG CONVENTION. Continued from first pace. At 0:52 the convention adjourned for one hour. KVr.NINCl BK88I0N. Called to order at 8 o'clock. The nomination for county clerk beliiK next in order, It. J. Hendricks nominated L. V. Elilcii, the present Incumbent. Win. IHown moved that It bo tho unanimous choice of the con vention. Sheriff Knight hccotitled and It carried. Mr. llliiBlmm named V. T. WrlKbt luanrorslierlir. Dr.Jcssup beconded fim iinminatlou. M. L. Chamberlain nfTnrml f.lio nillllO Of TIlOU. SilllS Of Prospect precinct. John SleBinund named D. II. Looncy. Tlio latter nomination waH vigorously seconded. Tho llrfit ballot was taken at 8:15 and remitted as follews: Wrltfhtman 129, Looncy 07, Sims 15. Mr. WrlKlitman's nomination was made unanimous. Tliree cliecrs were offered for Mr. Loonoy. For recorder (the next on order of business) Mayor Claud Catch naked Mm convention to renominate V. W. Waters. II. I). Patton moved bis nomination bo mudo unanimous and It was mj ordered. For assessor P. K. Fretz, M. J. Con nor, C. P. Strain of Ablqua, Charles Cannon of Yew Park precinct, L. Hobson of Staytou, T. 11. Patton, II. W. Smith of Turner, .f. W. Ilobart of Oarlluld and J. A. Van Eaton of Sticin, wore nubinlttcd to tho 247 dele gates as miltublo persons from whom to choose a nouiliii'o. The llrst ballot resulted as follews: Fret. 77, Connor 10, Strain 27, Cannon 10, Hobson 10, Patton 21, Smith 11, Ilobart 47, Van Eaton 17, RlRdon 7, blank 2. Necessary for a choice, 121. No election. Tho names of Mr. Cannon and Mr. Patton wore withdrawn. Tho second ballot gave tho following result: Fret. 1)1, Connor", Strain 31), Hobson fi, Ilobart 81, Van Eaton 0, UlKdou :i, Patton 2. No election. A third ballot was necessary and It wuh taken nt 11:35 o'clock. Tho vote stood, viz: Fretz DO, Connor 3, Strain 25, Ilobart 122, Van Eaton 2. No choice. 0. P. Strain and M. 3. Connor with drew their names, tho latter request ing his few supporters to go to Mr. Ilobart. There were loud calls for "Ilobart." Now camo the fourth and last bal lot with tho contest betweou Fretz and Ilobart. The count resulted In Mr. Ilobart being nominated by a vote of 105, Mr. Fretz receiving tho re mainder. Mr. Hobart's nomination was made unanimous. The gentle man thanked tho convention. Nominations for county judgu now demanded the attention of tho dele gates. It was 10:15 o'clock when tho llrst namo-tlmt of W. C. Hubbunl was offered to tho convention by Alex. 'Lafollott of LublMi precinct. Tho other nominations wero Ed. T. Judd of Auiusvllle, Jus. llatchellorof Yew Park, It. A. Crossan of Salem, W.T. Orlmin of Hubbard, CI. P. Terrell of Molmum, S. T. ltlohurdson of Salem, J. A. linker of Salem. On llrst ballot tho icsult was: Hub bard 40, J ndd 21, ltatohelor 10, Cros san 7, Orlmm (SO, Terrell 05, lUahurd son 31, Hakor 14, scattering 2. No ulftotlon. The name of Mr. Hubbard was withdrawn by Mr. Lafollet and three cheers were proposed for Marion vuuiujT-N nrwum, juuge. Tliov were given with u will and Marlon county's presuui iuiigo received licnrty con gnuuiauons tor Ills action In tbn matter. Tho bovond ballot was begun ut luiftt Terrell received 131 votes Judd ll.llatoholoro, Umssan 2, Orlmm 02. lUolmrdson 30, linker 5. Terrell elec ted. Tho new nominee tlmnkedthe mw9Mmn delegutcs for the honor of being their next county Judge. For county surveyor B. B. Herrlfk was nominated by Mr. Bingham. Tho name of Alfred Gobalct was also of fered. The latter gentleman basal ways been known as a Democrat. Two years ago be was nominated by tho Democrats cor the survcyorshtp but declined to allow his name to bo used. Mr. Herrlck is tho present In cumbent. He received 172 votes, the remainder going to his opponent. The next on tho order of business was the nomination of a county trcas urerer. For tills the following names wnrn nlaced before the conventien: Jas McConnlck of North Salem, John Porter of Stayton, A. W. Drager of & f umL J 1 Yew Park, Jasper Minto of Salem, Scott Bozortli of Salem, It. W. Carey of Prospect. On the llrst ballot tho following was the result: McConnlck fi, Porter 53, Drager 18, Minto 102, Bozortli 54, Carey 10. No election. AimtliLT ballot required The names of McConnlck and Carey were withdrawn. The enthusiasm ap peared to equally divided among the friends of Bozortli, Porter, and Minto Their names were shouted from one end of the ball to the other and a guess at tho final result was Impossi ble. It was Just midnight when the tellers began tho count of the second ballot and tho olllclul result was us follews: Minto 1 10, Porter 55, Drager 0. Bozortli 70. Again no election. Mr. Drager's name was here with drawn. The third ballot resulted in the fol fel fol eowing: Minto 123. Porter 20. Bozortli 100. Minto declared elected amid great ap plause. Ho was pushed to the plat form and thanked the boys. Tho school siiperintcndency was next. Geo. W. Jones, now teaching at Turner, was nominated by F. C. Perrlnc. Mr. Judd seconded the nom ination. Mr. Cliamberlln named Prof. E. IT. Anderson. Prof. A. L. Brlggs, Prof. II. II. Smith, Prof. D. W. Yoder and Prof. O. II. Byland were also nominated. Mr. Jones received 115, Anderson 39, Brlggs 20, Smith 21, Yoder 15, Byland 15. A motion was mudo to declare Mr. Jones tho unanimous cholco of tho convention, but Chairman Waldo de cided It out of order as tho other names hud not been withdrawn. Tho town clock struck 1 us Chair man Waldo called for another ballot on tho supcrintendoncy. Prof. Jones' voto this tlmo was 170 and, of course, ho was declared to bo tho nominee. For county commlsslonci S. P. Kerr of St. Paul, S. A. Itlggs of Prospect, J. N. Davis of Sllvcrton, II. Goulot, J. F, Anderson and Lyman Savage were "billed" for tho convention to select from. On tho llrst ballot Kerr received 20 votes, Biggs 40, Davis 81, Goulot 43, Anderson 33, Savage 22 A second ballot was taken at 1:50 a. in. (Wednesday) and J. N. Davis re ceived a sulllclcnt number of votes to make him the nominee. A. M. dough was nominated for corouor without opposition JUSTICES OF THK l'KACK, ETC. Salem district 11. A. Johnson Jr. andJ.O. Booth wero tho candidates Tho former was elected, tho voto standing Ul to 31 for Mr. Booth. Capt. L. P. Adams of North Salem and A. T. Wain wore tho applicants for the coiiBtnblo honors. Wain 51, elected; Adams 3:1. Jefferson dlstrlct-S. T. Johnson, Justice; W. L. Jonas, constable. Staytou district- E.Osbom, Just Ice; A. J. ltichurdson, constable. Mebama district J. M. Eskew. Justice; A. E. Taylor, constable. lloreb district-.!. W. Woodsworth, Justice; Wm. England, constable. Sllvcrton dlstrlct-B. C. Hamsby, Justice; Win. Davis, constable. Woodbum dlstrlcW. II. Wheeler, Justlco; A. Beach, constable. Aurora district 1. II. Waldo and Jus. Peareo for Just Ices, S. It. T. Jones, constable. Chumpoeg dUtrlet-J, Hocfer and J. W. Smith for Justices, and M. McKay and J. Plokurd for constables. Gervals district Lt. II. Poujade, Justice; W. F. Jones, constable. Lincoln precinct F. L. Pound, jusuee; n, a. Keeno, constable. Turner prcclnct-W. M, Hllleary, justice; u. iiciiuko. constable. Maclcay preeluct-O. Eoff. lustier A, J. Cone, constable. THE CHAIUMAN. John W. McKlunoY of Pithiwt. mui Geo. W. Davis of Yew Park wero tho nominees tor chairman of tho county central committee. Tba, latter was the choice of tho majority oT the. con vent Ion. Adjourned at 2:40 o'clock' AYednes day morning. , . NEW PBECINCTCOMMtrTEn. SalcmlNo. l-fRossjEjsMoores. Salem No. 2 Tlios. Holman. Salem No. 3-Geo. Rogers. Salem No. 4-A. T. Wnln. North Salcm-A M. Cloiigh. South Salem -A. Ohuiart. East Salem-J. Frank Culver. Yew Park W.J. Irwin. Englcwood-F. II. Savage. Prospect-Scott Itlggs. Ablqua .T. D. Irvine. Aurora Louis Webert. Brictenbush-Wni. Bushey. Buttcvlllc-Chas. Lcmbcke. Champoeg John Hoefcr. Elkhorn-S. W. Mlntum. Falrlleld-G. B. Miller. Garlleld-J. S. Richie. Gcrvnls-Dr. J. S. Stott. Horcb W. D.Gcheman. Howell M. A. McCorkle. Hubbard J. L. Calvert. Jefferson A. J. Shoemaker. Lablsh-ClevcEvnns. Lincoln P. L. Pound. Marion A. J. Hlnshaw. Maclcay W.L.Simcral. Mchama E. A. Barrlck. Silver Falls-E. E. Knight. Sllvcrton, East-S. T. Ilobart. Sllvcrton, West F. R. Bhickcrby. Stayton Lemuel Hobson. St. Paul-James L. Cook. Sublimity II. Slicllburg. Turner W. T. Riches. Wood burn L. G. Barron. milk1 -warn .How He Would Render Aid ''v ,tHho Islanders. Slt4 '' v - THE- SENATORS SPEECH. Favors Armed Intervention of Protection. -A Law AN OLD SOLDIER NAMED For Legislature Honors In Morion County. E. W. Chapman, the successful can- iii.intnnf LnhlshnroBlnct. which the Washington, March 25. The dis placement of the Cuban resolutions no apparent effect In diminishing tho attendance In the senate galleries to day as It was expected that Mills' res olutions, proposing to use tho army and navy In taking possession of Cuba and holding It until the people had established a local self-government, would occasion further debate. A bill was passed amending the law prescribing tho death penalty for In dians convicted of rape, and leaving the punishment discretionary with the court. Resolutions offered by Hoar were adopted requesting the president to transmit to the senate all dispatches, A Watch for Nothing SENT POSTPAID IN EXCHANGE FOR 100 COUPONS, on, if you pnercn, FOR 2 COUPONS AND $1.00 IN CASH. J?tt2S? You will Inilde each 4 ounce bae of BLACKWELL'S GENUINE DURHAM TOBACCO. Send coupont with name and address to BLACKWELL'9 DURHAM TOBACCO CO., Durham, N. C. Buy a bae of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and read the coupon, which gives a list of other premiums and how to get them. 2 CENT STAMPS Acucritu. imaaaaa Cummercial Stat iw vu'mi&! Hi Capital prit,lin , moved to that Leation. p,n i u m 1)4 C. H. I,AN$( an Commercial st 4,1.,, BTSulU $15 upwards, ParT,?1 pmU M0NEYT9K On farm land security., c rate, on large ii7. 1 comtdeiedtvlloutdeli. Bush Rank building ftl , , k w t ..wniinu fiiri much correspondence, etc., from oSovcniber eloquence of Alex. LiiIm licit did nutli , 1878, concerning the paclll- 10 piace in ii uivouiuiui.B"" iiu"'"u convention, was born In Ohio, in 1830, moved to Iowa as a part of the family belongings In 1840, and resided there seventeen years, except oiie year of the time spent In tho war or the rebellion, as a member of tho 4th Iowa Infantry, lln moved to Colorado In 1803 and to Oregon In 1877. He has resided in Marlon county since nnd has been a thrifty, successful farmer. He Is not a wealthy man, but bo says ho has al ways made a living and paid his taxes and has been loyal to the old flag. Ho Is entirely self-educated and is a sys tematic student, giving two hours each day to reading. His llrst vote of Importance was for Lincoln In 1800, and he has been a consistent Itcpubll- can since. Ills position on llnauclal nnd other matters may bo most con cisely stated In his own words. He says: "I want all tho money of both metals that wo can use, and the freo colnagoof both gold and silver at n suitable ratio. 1 am a tariff mini; for Bitch a tariff as will bring revenue and give beneficial protection. I am for reducing expenses to the lowest pos sible notch, and for placing all officers on salaries Instead or fees, and of cut ting off useless commissions." Mr. Chapman Is a vigorous, hearty old veteran, and a member of Sedgwick ! post No. 10, O. A. R., Salem. cation of the pending conlllct in Cuba. Mills was recognized at tills point In support of the Cuban resolution Introduced by him yesterday. He said tho resolutions heretofore before tho senate were steps In tho right direc tion, but very short steps. Tho peo plo of Cuba bad far greater claims on tho United States than the mere rec ognition of belligerency. If Ireland struck for liberty toduy, tho hearts of tho American people would beat In svinnathv. and It would be so If Poland or Hungary asserted the right of liberty. Hut tho United States had much closer relations to Cuba than to Ireland and Poland or Hungary, for It wnB a part of the western hemisphere, over which tho Monroe doctrine was a law of protection, and as such God was tho author of it. It was tho same right of self-protection which the In dividual exercises in abating a mils- anco or destroying it powder-houso I nrinr lita itrninlcou lllll 1117 IIVIIII.)V IN THE IIOUSi:. Washington, March 23. Over 100 members have taken advantage of the fact that tho liotiso has no important matters pending to go home, and tho attendance is consequently very slim. Hitt,chiilrmnii of the foreign affairs committee, called up tho message of the senate announcing tho senate's HARD TIMES FACTS. GOOD HEADING FOH2l'TI!E FAMILY CIHCLE. Every reader of TiiEJounNAii should look up the list of premiums given absolutely freo with this papor. The Weekly Journal at $1 a year is tho cheapest paper on tho Pacific coast, yet with It we give yearly sub scriptions to any of tho following valuablo publications, cacli Known 10 tho world as a standard In Its field: qTIic Toledo Blade, The Queen of Fashions, Womankind, The Farm News, The Child Garden. These valuable publications mrc each worth a SI a year, yet wo give you your choice, ono year free, for a 81.50 subscription to The Jouunal, cither the Daily for six months or tho Weekly for eighteen months. Sec the list, and don't neglect to prollt Don't bo deceived Into paying foi so-called premiums offered with high priced papers at a slight advance Remember The Journal Is the rheapest newspaper on the Pacllic coast, and it gives you hipli grade )rciiiiiims without additional charge KhMcIati'r Arnica Salvo The best Salve In the world for Cuts, Sores, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Klieui.i. Fev.i and all Tetter. Channed hands. Chilblain, lirulses. Sktn Eruntlons. and positively cures riles or no pay roqulred. It is guaranteed to Live per fee satisfaction or money reiunueu. Price 25 cents a box. For sale by Fred A. Legs. 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, lime, hair, cement and shingles, and finest quality of grass seeds, GEO. FENDRICBL'S MEAT MARKET. 32I Commercial st. Cottle Ulook rSiiccessor to C. M. Keck & Co.1 st meats in tho city, Prompt delivery lowest prices. at MONEY T01I On city or farm property. OverBmh's Bank, ud FREE TO ALL LADIES! I have a very simple home treatment whlclM will send Tree to all suffering women. Cures female troubles of every nature. Mot won derful remedy ever knovn The lin.lt has never been told; For cutild we wlta ink the' ocean fill, V ere ,-r,v Made of grass a quill, Wm t'i hole world of parcliment made An I i'vn vvunun a scribe by trade To " I ihe mirlls (if Balm of Figs, I vtt.ai rtialn the ocean dry. N..r u on Id thtbcroll contain the whole, 'lliouuh ktretched from sky to sky. Addres Mrs. J. W. B., box 96, Tallman, Lini county, Or. 2-ia.imt Wlitn Babjr wm sick, wo Ee ber Castor!. When sho was a Child, she crlod for Castorla. When she became Miss, sho clung to CustorU. When sho had Children, she gTO them Castorta. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mr. Chapman Is n hearty supporter j disagreement to the conference ro of the principles represented by Sena- l)or'' t Cuban substitute for tho tor John II. Mitchell. Isenato resolutions nnd ngreed to tho further conference asked for by the iToni Albany Democrat under tlio senate. bead of mlstlts: Tho Statesman re-' ,, , . , fers to Hon. T. Ford, as the man tho 1 11,e speakernppolnted the following people will support for iiiemlier of conferees on tho Cuban resolutiens: congress. Ho will have to mako him- Hltt, Adams (Republican,) McCreary self known on tho llnauclal o.uestlon'(ii)einoerti) llrst. He can't dodgo that as ho Is doing now. j '1 he bill to amend tho Internal re- Mr. J. II. tficTohor lectures this vcm.o laws so -as to make the sale of ovenlng at tho West Salem hall on 8PMtous Hilors,except under a brand "American Humor." Henry Kundret designating tho kind and purity, will sing ulso.-JouitNAL. Wo Judge punishable by a tine of W00 and Im- from tho abovo that Urother Hotelier WANTED, To buy a bicycle, for cash, at the tintype tent, south Commercial st. Apply Tuesday or Wednesday, as I intend to re move soon. 3 233lt FOR SALE Tliree acres of land in Yew Park, with good house and barn, too fruit trees, all rich garden land, for sale cheap. Apply to Lewis Tettyjohn. 3Mini has taken to singing his lecture. no doubt reaches high C fun In it He Tho comment on tho street was that Thk Jouunal stayed .villi tho people and tho people stayed with their friends. 1. 1. . i . It was a great convention. were a few men In it with mud mcir Doois. prlsonment for six months, was passed ltoutellc, chairman of the naval committee, reported tho naval appro priation bill. pacipio hailvvays. ! WAsmNQTON.March 25. Tho houso committee on Pacltlo railways yester- FOR SALE CHEAP, OR RENT.-5 acres in West Salem. Large house nnd barn; I acre variety bearing fruit trees, plenty of small fruit and grapes, good garden land, i acre timber land. Will mako a good poultry ranch. Box 145. 3i6tf WANTED Situation by man with first-class certificate, competent to set up and keep In repair the Westinghouse air brake equip ments complete. Address II. C, Branden. burg, Cloverport, Ky, Box 57. 3 13 6t" Capiti. Transfer Co, HARRY TOWN, TROP. Express, baggage and all kinds cf work done promptly. Leave orders at Patton't store. 12-3- W. A. Cusici: J. II. Albert. President. (Cashier. Capital OF SALHiVl. Transact a general banking business. Miss lia lou's School I'ENKU IN CUANNING HALL, Will receive children from 3 years upward Special attention to beginners. All desired branches for theolder pupils taught, includ ing drawing, modeling, music plain and ar tistic t.eedle work All work done on the in dividual plan, in which each child is ad vanced according to its own capacity. For terms and particulars apply to Miss O. Dal lou. Twentieth anil Chemeketa sts. WANTED Au honest, active gentleman or lady to travel for reliable established houses Salary $780, payable $15 weekly and ex penses. Situation permanent. '.Reference. Encloso sclf.addressed stamped envelope. The Dominion Company, 316 Omaha Build. WE, unicaRO. 2 2r Im MENAGE qaUUlrtTharousMr, IWoutof0Ywlm utter strrouMKia, iMWiUworrf, attacks otMtUUuM,"arbu tThUit jahro( early cxcamo. Vie. Mats, rooUtm your manhood, mnln Tour Wor. Oou's tlwpubv ffend for book wtih xWAftiUon ami proofs. Mail! (alW two. Chtldrtt Oru fclLE UCHJIIBI ma m.ti.,. u u -.. . y".n UfJ -r .ito, !, k. 1. itQjMKjcaitorla. on ""j B iieiiniiB 10 ueuerni uar i ham of California, In reply to Stubbs, Deafness" c;ot be Cured. U' Bncral tr"k mnnKcr the Ccn- by local applications, as they cannot tral Nellie. Goneral llraliam read WnUmT&.,wvlWW extract9 """ the noss, and that Is by constitutional sul)J,!ct, which, ho said, showed that BBSS' cofficm irnsMJ th0 1,C01,1 ,,r Cal,forn,a wero not lining of tho Eustachian tube. Wheir U,!lmous upon tlio question of re this tube gets intlamed you have a fundlmr. Ho nuoted tho nnlnlnn r.f rumbling sound or Imperfect! hearing, 1 fc "l"0" i'o opinion of and when It Is entirely closed deaf- tno attorney-general to the etfect ffii&ffinnV, ot limitation, ran 'eminent as against This, bo said, was ThnTirilrPfi KtntAj ., ii.M..n.i .. 11. i.... :..:"r.""- " ..w,.a face. vw,,umu" uluw wus8ur. not barred, and he cited the supremo owlll glvoOno Hundred Dollars ; moo rroiuivu 10 11s normal cond Hon. "gumsi mo gov Hearing win bo destroyed forever other creditors ' utiio oases out of ton arc caused .', 0Ull-r creditors. catarrh, wh ch is nntbiiu'imt ., t... mot tho issiift. tor any case or ftenfi.ivu iivicai 1... S?t?i?r"Lthat cannot cured by UBTSold by Druggists, 75 contT Children Cry for Pitcher's Cattorla. court decisions on tho question. Tho government, ho claimed, could enforco the original liability of stockholders without proceeding through tho com pany. In conclusion ho expressed tho belief that tho question should ho settled by the courts and not by con-grcM. I Rfc.ES Pruned and soraved. Ton urafiincr a speciality, also bees transferred or put in good shape. Call or addresjno. W. Carr, 105 Commercial street. 3.12 1 m lOK SALE OR TRADli.-The best haT fruit and stock ranch in Oregon, containing 200 acres. Will sell cheap, on easy term?, or trade for grocery stock. For particulars In. quire at this office. H.A.B. 1 11 im FOR SALE Eight milch cows and two 2 year olds. Inquire of M.T. Eean. Gervais. Or. 2 24tf j-Aurti- lAl'IiK-Large lot ol heavy brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Just the thing for putting under carpets. Call at Journal office. PUBLIC MfiK, -1'OLIICIANSJ AN'U BUS' iness houses can obtain all newspaper infor mstion from the press of the state, coast and 50,u.nlry, from the Press Clipping Bureau (Allen's Union Ulock. Portland. w aotf r. w.c.va&iAND.-Local SuUcription Agency for all newspapers and magatines. ine atock of cigala and confectionery. F. W. Miller. Prop. tf PAPERS -Portland, Sacramento, Seattle, Tc,om,ftndSanFia indsco papers on sale af Miller's Postoffice block JERSE BULUlure bred Jersey bull for service, One of the finest animals bred in Oregon. Terms H cash. Call at Enelewood ai y, on Kauroaa and D st . A. Rich. tm- 3 19 d&wim prietor. J. H. HAAS, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Mk a SIw-iillAffin. ,-,:. ,. r. .. German Lessons Given by a qualified teacher, a native of Germany. Classes for children on Saturday nt Channing Hall. Mrs. Rapsey, 463 Contre S . BANJO LESSONS Given on reasonable terms by an experienced teacher. W. A. RAPSEY, 463 Centre st. TO THE FARMERS! We have just completed a new feed yard one-halt block south of the court house, nease give us a call. Team 10c. 26 BUSSARD & SIMPKINS. OHg-HAUi SIZg Of BOX PozzoNr.s COMPLEXION PflWDFRi &oen2j .ftr.S!r.Tf i I lithM..i ?:Tr,'i a 'wiVihmSV?!Ste-UiiB. I " itiS nen boinl NWnvna . SSS?!iu u dTSI ... a bikb fmi a -, The Rou RESTAURANT 106 State street. Nevr Md i'. reosonable. One trial will mt 'l! rouage. Private rooms for hti.. ,w H. L. CARLTO'x,Pa F. VAN DER BAAN, Carpentor, Builder and M 4i Winter street ISTHard times prices alwjji. PROPOSALS WANTED. Notice to Bulldim? Conir,M.. t bldswill be received at theofflt.niL. of State, Salem, Or., until 1 o'ciocl 1 iruun,wNf ti'ii4 o. louu. inr IM s and completion of a hospiul hlL Roscburg, Or., according to pUw, ij3 nuns, sni. nuy uu cxoiumon II IM (6j jcioj u. neer, arcnuect. 133M Fnte Pertland: state house. Salem. Or .iw,. Cnl.ll.r.'rrr.n.. .fll.L ' n ' .. UV.4U.b.9 ..Wlllk, w. 1VCUUI, UI, m mutt DC accompanied wilti a ctiiitdd drawn to the older of S. Ii. OrciS i man uuuiu 01 uuiicci, urtfOS Home, in a sum equal to 5 ptr ceiti the Soldiers' Home fund incised the same to Im forfeitod snd and u&l or accepted bidder fails to enter hue with acceptable bonds, In the son of & amount ol contract, with st lent Ins within 10 days alter the award 01 a All bids must be addressed to S. B. ORMStt "Care Secretary ofState Salea, 6,1 "icnaeror (name) lor 1 at Soldiers Home." The right to reject any tod ilk hereby reserved. Ily order of lit Ssl Trustees 01 the hoiuicrs- tiorae. Attest: S. B. OKMS11Y, Cbmj.dk E.M.WAITEPJINTIKO0 BOOK AND M 11 AND Legal JilankFubUthm Bush's New Brick over the bank Cecil DEPOT EXPRESS fifed all mill and DSIKDCCT tOIS V gage and express to all puu ofcitj Prompt service, Telephone Ia 7 JAMImI SALEM WATER m Office: Willamette Hold BiM For water service apply navab e monthly in sarinw complainU at the office. i iniin tnirupr in iiictuk ttirolV nrohtbited. 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