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Daily Capital Journal.
BY HOITIER BKOTHBRS
TUESDAY, APIHL 7, 1896.
DAILY LINK TO 1'OKTLAND.
lAltona and Ramona
Porllind, 6:45 a, m 9:o m
Salem, 7145 a. m. 10:15 a.m.
Independence, 6130 a. m. uno a.m.
Quick time, regular service and cheap
M. P. UALDWIN,
I i -rA-'Ji'-- '-ZI':
Miss E A Stewart
' 0s " xr
Q4 Qs Q
S X WVMW V'nK
Mrs. E. f. Osborti otid daughter
went to Eugene today for a week's
Mrs. Louis Stlnson is at Albany for
u visit of a few days. Her liusband Is
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Savage will again
be numbered with Salem people todav.
rPlw.l,. nlTnnla nr iwitv IllimtlV trilim-
jferred or In transit and ttioy go with
tho best wishes or aiayton pcopie.
A I'LRASANT WENT.
Last evening the members of the
Old Folks' Whist club met at the
homo of Major P. E. Hodgkin by Invi
tation to the numberof about twenty-
live. After being comfortably assemb
led, the entire party went In a body to
tho homo of Judgo Geo. II. Burnett,
whore about an equal number of
guests were assembled In honor of the
anniversary or Mrs. Burnett's birth.
The large company enjoyed a very
pleasant evcnlng,and the event proved
one long to be remembered In Salem's
THE OOZIER TRIAL,
A1 Motion Argued to
miss the Case,
BUT IT IS OVERRULED,
Testimony of Witnesses and Action
of the Court, .
Thos. Kay went to Waterloo today.
Web. Holmes, of Portland was In
the city today.
Orr Itoyal, made a business trip to
Green B. Cornelius, of Turner, Is In
tho city today.
Mlllor Swank, of Aumsvllle, re
turned homo today.
Mayor Tooze, of Woodburn, was In
tho city today on business.
Scott Bozorth went to Turner today
to look after a loan on a farm.
W. E. Ilor, who was a witness on
tho Dozler trial, returned homo on
tho afternoon train.
Deputy assessor 0. 1. Strain, of
Ablmia, Is In tho city doing busslncss
at tho court house.
Charley Burggraf, tho wideawake
architect, now of Grants Pass, Is In
the city for a short visit.
Lawyor Hough, of Woodburn, re
turned today, after his legal battles
for tho stato In tho Dozler case.
Prof. Parvln wont to Albany today
in connection with his rcgulai conser
vatory work with tho college there.
Ben Haydou, tho good old Dem
ocratic wor horse from Polk, left this
morning for tho Portland convention
Hon. Harvey E. Cross went on to
AlDany today, leaving J. A. Carson,
his colleague In tho Dozler defense, In
ohargo of tho case.
P, A. Brownoll, of Gardner, Douglas
county, returned today, after a visit
with his son, who Is a student at tho
Hi 0. Wahlberg, thu hop factor, re
turned today from an extonded tour
of tho Eastern states In tho Interest
of tho hop and fruit business.
Jim Wcatherford was saying, Mon
day, nt Saloni, Hermann would bo
nominated. Jim's bump of politics
has always beon pretty woll developed.
Phil Motschan, S. 1). Gibson, Alllo
Moores, Editor Irvine, Thos. Slmms,
C. B. Moores, Sam Hnyden, Lou Gcs
nor, Walter Lyon, of tho Oregonlan,
and E. Hofcr, of Tub Jouunal, went
to Albany today to swell tho boom for
a Wlllamctto rlvercongressman.
Appears at Reed's opera house April
7 th and 8 tli. Tho Eureka, Call.,
Times says of her appearance there:
Another large and fashionable
audience attended the Ingomar, last
evening, to witness tho second per
formance by Oracle Plalsted and her
Musical Comedy Company, tho piece
having the odd tltlo of "The Gutta
Porcha Girl." In It Miss Plalsted
appears In tho "chic" character of
Roslo Columblcr, a circus performer,
who through an innocent Indcscrctlon
upon tho part of a young married man,
gets him In her power and raises the
deuce In his family. Matters are not
Improved by a watchful and suspicious
mother-in-law, and.thcro Is no end of
comical situations, until the seeming
mystery is cleared. Grade Plalsted
his tho distinctive claim of being tho
most versatile soubretto on tho stage,
She sings ballads and character songs
remarkably well, and slio dances.
Abovo all she has a strong sense- of
humor, and has that rare faculty of
knowing tho exactly tho point where
fun ceases. She is never vulgar. Con
sequently she Inspires that confidence
In her ability and knowledge of the
requirements which adds so much to
tho comfortable enjoyment of her
Woouiii'itK Elkotion.- Tho city
election at Woodburn yesterday re.
suited In tho election of tho full ticket
recently nominated, with Walter L.
Toozo as mayor, and with but one
ticket In tho Held. Two hundred
votes wore cast, and the question of
permitting women to vote at future
city elections was carried within a
Still Tub in;. -Ken worthy &
George, nt tholr popular restaurant,
are still sen lug tho best 15 cent meal
In tho city.
A Smabh Ui. This morning as tho
southbound local train pulled out of
tho depot, nud as It was crossing Oak
street, tho milk wagon of Elmer
Klghtllngcr got Into a dllllculty,
which will probably result In tho loss
of his horse. As tho train was moving
nt a slow paco tho driver attempted
to turn across tho track, and In an
ouori 10 save nimseir, tho wagon
tipped over and rolled with tho horse
Into tho ditch. Tho horso broke his
shoulder and will probably havo to bo
A Bio Baun. Preparations for
building tho big barn of J. P. Hunt's,
at Whltaker, aro being taken. This
barn will bo 00x01 feet in dimensions
with 21-foot posts. It will require
60,000 foot of lumber and 10,000
shingles to complete It.
Bishop It. Dubbs I). D. L. L. I).
will preach at tho First United Evan
gelical church, on Cottage street near
Center this evening at 7:30. Tho
bishop Is an ablo pulpit divine.
Dam.ab Ei.kotion. Pour council
men wero elected at Dallas yesterday
for the ensuing term as follews: J.
L. Collins and Ed. Middle, Hopubll
cans; Mark Hay ler and A. B. Mulrr,
When state's testimony was In
Counsel Cross, for defense, argued a
motion for dismissal. Dozler felt that
ho would bo killed or that ho must
kill Kelly, which ho did. He asked
that defendant bo dismissed. Counsel
Hough of Woodburn now presented
case for the state against dlsml&snl.
Kelly had only a jumper on, and as
Kelly onco turned his back Dozler
might sec there was no pistol In his
pocket. The movement of his hand
behind his back was uot sulliclent to
Justify the shooting. Cnndlt argued
that this motion wns not proper at
this time. The defendant ought first
to make his lUs statement, or waive
IiIb right to do so. When that was
done, a motion to dismiss would bo in
ordor. A largo number of witnesses
had been summoned, and a largo ex
pense had been put on the county. A
great deal of feeling had been aroused
In the north end of the county, and a
thorough examination should be had
before this case wns dismissed
Mr. Carson now replied that further
time should be taken in this case. Mr.
Clough had been put on tho stand
against defense's objections, and ho
had recited tho testimony in a com
plete manner, and what more was
required? Motion was overruled.
James Miller called for defense
Know Dozlor and Kelly slightly; a
short time beforo killing Kelly made
threats against Dozler. Ho said In
my presence: "That son-of-a-b h,
I'll have his heart for breakfast some
morning!" It wns at tho Republican
primary; many present; from his ex
pression, thought ho wanted to kill
Dozler; saw Kelly onco before.
Cross-Ex Did not know Dozler;
Kelly niado his remark in a threaten
ing manner; attached no Importance
to tho remark until after Kelly was
Churlet Mathleu Kuow Dozler for
six years; had met him In Masonic
lodge; ho had a good imputation as a
law abiding and peaceable citizen;
met Kelly on road 0110 day In morning;
ho said ho had drank a quart of
whiskey the night beforo; ho repeated
Humo threat twice that Miller testi
fied to; ho mado these threats on sight
of Dozler coming out of his house lf0
yards away; ho was sober and said
nothing of any troublo with Dozler.
Cross-Ex --Was in road and saw
Dozler when Kelly saw him 5 ho pointed
at Dozlor when ho spoko; told this at
coroner's Jury; also mentioned to
Stephenson; novor told Dozler.
Chas. Blgclow In Woolworth
barnyard with Woolworth and Kelly.
Thls.wlttness was called to provo that
Kelly was a desperado and had threat
ened Woolworth who had told Dozler,
who was thus mado acqualntcq with
his true character as a man. Objected
to and sustained; Wlttness excused.
R. O. Woolworth Well acquainted
with Dozlor; hohadagoodroputatlon;
saw Kelly sevoral times; Know Kelly's
reputation; It was bad.
Q. Before tho killing of Kelly had
you over tola Dozler
night. Next morning I stepped out
and Mr. Kellcy was In the yard. I
says 'good morning, Mr. Kelley,' and
he says, 'I turned your hogs out.' I
said, '(Jon't you interfere with my
stock any more. You let my property
alone.' He swore that he would. He
then stepped back to the opposite cor
ner of tho granary, between tho gran
ary and the house. Ho stopped there
and kept talking. 'Go on, Mr. Kellcy,'
I cross-examining for tho stnto, tried to
I make a law dictionary out of Steven
son, but did not succeed in raining
him 11 llttlo bit.
H. L. Bents: Knew Dozlcr's repu
tation as a law-abiding nnd peaceable
citizen. It wns good. Knew Kelley
since tho 8th of March; his reputa
tion Was rather bad.
Cross-ex: Had no dllllculty with
Kellcv: had heard no threats.
.7. S. Vaughn: Knew Dozlerfor five I says, 'and pass to the uam usouen
yenrs; his reputation was good. i as your work may call you, but don't
W. P. Stevensen: Know Dozlcr's you interfere with my business. You
reputation to be good; Kclley's was may cross to that boxstall as often as
had. J you wish.' Then ho went to tho gate
"W. E. Iler-r-Llvcd near Buttcvillo between tho woodshed and the corner,
nearly -15 years; reputation good; I started at the same time to go to
Kelly's bad; know of no threats; was breakfast. (On the map.) I was
present near Vandeleur's store when ( standing right there. He started and
Kelly, In presence of Dozler, said he ( came through that gate there. I
could whip nny 6on-of-a-b h from started from the place to the kitchen.
Murks' prairie; Mr. Starr, stato Ma-, I was going to breakfast. Ho got to
sonic lecturer, was with us; Dozler this gale here, lie said he was going
was referred to. to let tho hogs out of tho other gate.
Cross-Ex. II. L. Bents, Mr. Stroud,1! says, 'don't you Interfere any
Dozlor and others wero nrescnt when more with my hogs.' Ho turned
tho threatening remark was made: around and says, 'you arc a G d
Kelly was acting more drunk than he , d d son-of-a-b h, and 1 will give
Somk Smoke. Where there Is llro
thoro must bo somo smoke. If you
want tho best Binoko for tho least tiro,
try a Salem mado cigar la Corona
tho best In tho land.
Most Klixiant.-TIio most elegant ' z l?f a , w.eck
meals erveil In the city, from 5 to "?' - R "J? ?,' lcnUm
Kesulta Tell the Story,
A v$t mats of direct, unimpeachable teitl.
felly ud Imminently cure dlVeaieTcauied uu,nber! lwii 801110 WOKla With Kelley
j - puic uiwxi. id iccord or cure W un
liullcil and Iheie cures lii nft... !..
Techo Sundberg Worked with
Kelly on La Rocquo place; ho said ho
was going to try to get that son-of-a-
b h of a Dozler oil tho place; onco
after that he said he'd "getaway with
that fellow; I'll have troublo with
him yet;" he had a dislike to the man;
he gave no reason; 1 told him "don't
mnkc a fool of yourself toward that
man;" ho said he was not afraid of
Cross.Ex. Ho said he would get
away with that man; told my wife
about It; ho made those threats about
10 days before ho was killed.
Joseph Will, constable of Aurora
district Cross attempted to show a
conspiracy between Nelson, a Buttc
villo saloon keeper, La Rocquc and
Kelly, to get Dozler oil the place, as
he had Informed against Nelson, and
asked Will to stato this conversation.
Objected to nnd sustained.
Q What talk did you havo with
Objected to. Overruled.
A Ho asked mo who complained on
him; I told him Dozler; he said ho
would put La Rocquc onto him and
make him sick of that.
Cross-Ex. Kelly's name was not
W. N. Case Lived in Buttevllle 51
year; saw Kelly nt primary; ho mado
himself conspicuous; he had two dogs
and mado offensive remarks, and
seemed to want to havo a row with
someone; did not see Dozler; saw
Kelly, La Rocquo and two dogs.
Mrs. Dozler told"of her experience
with Kelly relative to his turning
their stock (hogs) out without their
consent; considered Kelly 11 danger
ous character and was afraid of him;
Kelly used abusive and Insulting
language to her husband and
threatened him with violence; heard
tho talk between Kelly and Dozlor at
tho time of .tho shooting; then tho
report of the pistol; husband assisted
her into another room.
At 0 o'clock defendnnt was placed
on tho stand nnd In a composed man
ner told the story of tho affair which
had ended in his killing Kelly. Dozler
has lived at Buttevllle since, tho 25th
or xsovember last. Foryears previous
tothatdato his residence was three
miles southeast of Aurora at Mark's
prairie. On being requested by Mr.
Cross to "go ahead and state how this
dilllculy aroso on this placo" Mr.
"Tho first real trouble I hud wns on
tho '.Mth or March. He(Kclly) camo to
mo that morning beforo daylight, or
somotlmoprovloustotho time I got
to the barn. Ho changed my horses
from 0110 barn to another. Took some
of tho horses from my barn and some
you enough of It.' I stopped back
about two steps and ho says, 'you G d
d d son-of-a-b h, I will do you
up right here.' I was standing lieie
nnd as he made the advance to mo ho
Several special numbers at great reductions,
and tan hose from 9c up. Do not miss this sale,'
257 Commercial street.
often leads to the best results. If
you haven't been in Dearborn's
book store lately you hardly knor
how many surprises and bargains
"he has for you. Drop in and see,
came up to the coiner. Ho whirled
around nnd says, 'youO dd (Uon-
of-a-b h,' and slapped his hand
behind him and I pulled down on bin .
As soon as he fell ho was so close to
the corner that his shoulders struck
tho corner (granary.) Ho dropped
down to the ground on his hands, and
then on his face."
After n few questions were pro
pounded to Mr. Dozler on tho direct
examination ho was cross-examined
as to tho exact distance of himself Governor Lord today
from Kelly duriin: tho trouble nnil
To Save Poiter's Neck.
Umon, Or., April 7. The nttornoys
fu Kilsay Porter, sentenced Porter to
be hanged on April 10, have perfected
their appeal to the supremo court,and
Judge Eakln, In conscquenco thereof
has granted a stay of execution. Ono
of Porter's nttornoys left hero last
night for Salem with a numerously
signed petition nsking that tho death
sentence bo commuted to llfo im
prisonment, nnd will present It to
County Tueabuker's dpnet
Salem, Or.. Mnrciio-i1
n Notice Is hereby given ti tM'
derslgned has money on hSd'S
all warrants stamped un m i W
1803, and Interest will ! M
same rrom date of this notS "
mSSJT pril 7-Wh"'' "A
NcwVork, April 7.-Siler, 6.,
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET
Se, valley, 5,,c c '
Hops (Quotable at 3$c.
i .1 FAR,1'.LAN0 MARKET.
Portland, Aiiri 7. Whett l
59! Walla Walla, sSaS6. ';'
Flour-Portland. j3.,5. R.mon
J : M ivw, grcr, HMM;
Potatoes New OreCon, itf&oepau
Hay.. Good, m&.to Der iS r
Wool.. Valley, ortaiec: Bute ru
.. -. .... w..
your on nlon of
ins rcpuuuion, ami timt it wns bail? or the horses I leased from Mr. La
Objectcd to. Overruled. ltoequound put them in that barn,
A wo had somo talk. Wlttness Inhere. The Imvm mini lmiuwi ,.ii,.,wi
1 told Dozler a week beforo shootlncr tho horses. About nn hmir up sn Mr
Uened his life. Kelly camo in hero. I nsked him if
Impression of Kelly's ho changed the horses. Ho said ho
Just how they both stood nt every par
Dozler llnlshcd nbout 7:15 o'clock
and the court took a recess until 8.
Miss May Spagle, Clyde Sell urer, E.
i. 11. nowani unci J. Blssous wero
examined when court re-convened and
Mr. La Rocquc, the defendant and his
son wero recalled.
Ttie case was closed at 0:15 and the
arguments of counsel followed. Tho
hour of 11 had arrived beforo Judge
Johnson nnnounccd that ho would
take the matter under ndvlsemont
until 1 p. m. Tuesday, and mllnumpii
court until that time.
Promptly at 1 o'clock Justlco John
son's olllco wns well filled with specta
tors and witnesses. Tho nttornoys
were present. Tho prisoner was
brought in by Attorney Wain. Tho
Justice rendered his decision of not
guilty and tho prisoner was dls
Vl'rBed' Mr. Dozler thanked the
Judicial otllcer for his Just decision
?!"!!?? vie(l ",0 lenrty congratula
tions of his friends present.
Of til. Y. M. 0. A. Jimnnrv
wiiu win. Her.
John Vnugh, Chas. Hlgelow:-Hls
actions had been talked over with u
:' ' 1, 11? ,,he,e cu,c lw ofien been
ccomplWhed after all oilier prepautlom hd
IlOxl't Mill cure ill IU.,111. (.mi
Jaundice, tick headache ' """uu,nc"
Imitation Cut Glass j
uuce, was some ill feeling towards
Kelley and was a friend of Dozler.
He-dlrect:bullt a lino ronco be
tween LnHocquo's .land nnd mine:
thero wero somo words over somo
brush; Kelley threatened to shoot his
'.11.1 1 iiclxwl 1. ... 1 ... .
... U9M.-U nun vy wilill rigltl no
did. He said, with oaths 'ho had a
right to do that.' I said, 'Mr. Kelly,
you had no right to Interfere with my
jjirupcriy. 1 wnnt you to leayo me
alone.' He swore ho would movo them
j as often as ho pleased. T says 'let my
I property nlono and do not Interfere
I with my business any more. I don't
cmpioy you to look lifter It. I will nt
visits tn rnnnm 1 . .
nw.,1 r ..:. -,"""' ; .",000
a V-iA." ,UU1 ,,8,nKgymnasiiim. 1,527
Attendance gymnasium classes. . '408
tnl number baths taken.... 1,313
Attendance nt socinls 'o
Attendance at entertainments. .' l.ioo
A vir n rVittf': '"!. 1
Acfnssr0 nttendanco Bencrnl blbie
Average attendance blblo ' tniiri-
Mcniberahln tena .,. .
7,7;;; "" 11 WO 2
O. C. & E. R. R.
Corfrallio to Portland In One Day.
beginning Wednesday, April 1, tho
now steamer "Albany," elegnntly fur
nished, Including now piano, will run
uun.cuu uorvuius una I'ortmua on
the following schedule:
Dewnriver: Mondays, Wcdncsdavs
and Fridays. Lcavo Corvnllls. -nn
a, in.; leave Albany, 8:10 a. in.; lcavo
Huenn Vista, 0:15 u. m.; leave Inde
pendence, 10:20 a. m.; lcavo Saloni,
11:30 u. m.; leavoi Xowbcrg, 2 p. m.;
arrive Portland, 0:30 p. in.
Up river: Tuesdnys, Thursdays
and Saturdays. Leavo Portland, ft
a. m.; leave Newberg,. 10:30 n. in.;
leave Salem, 3:30 p. 111.5 leavo Inde
pence, 5; p. m.; leave Buenn .Vista,
T.'lrt ... . 1 ... '
i.w ji. hi., icuvu iMDiiny, u:20 p. in.;
arrive Corvallis, 11 20 p. m.
Tho above schedule means no more
lay-overs nt Salem. Fastest tlmo nnd
a delightful trip. Portland dock,
foot of Taylor street.
Edwin Stone, Manager,
iouury..iien 5c; rocstetj, limit
and not wanted; ducks, 3.50(4.50
Hides.. green, salted 60 lUjcjtiie
60 Ibj 44c; iheep pelts, io;o&
Hops.. Oregon, 410 6c, accord ioj; to to!.
I)utter..Orecron hnev rnmr v3
- - - O M W
wuvjr uairy, 30; jairto
HARD TIMES FACTS.
Zrtn! 11 t7W,t?BUMt,l,alt0,M,to,Una ft,n competent to look Sunday to lotions $ &
0 erZf-5; ?- ??oz,?r,b't this; after my own business.' Hosald,'youiTel rentals .V.:::::V' " 15
U00r SPOKO tO Kellev lufnm nr-ntt ' lnwl lu.n..- .1- x M Loekflr mntnto
-. - , - ntllllM. Billll. -Illlll'l. V'flll IIATAK
mor; his reputation
Beo the wonderful
-.- I'nwanibonncman's. Tumblers
elegant and substantial, 85 cenU per
2L, i T' " bovvl8' J,,t5l'w,
Picket bouts, sauco .dishes, from 10
cents up All other articles pro.
portion. These goods aro direct from
tho factory, and aro going, a niarvel.
onoly low prices.
tius lkui: ii t. ii i. iuro . ne .1 li.. ...... 1.1 t..A..
marv iwinr-,,0 ,... ...,."' V.v J ' :.!"". "" ',u "0 ,uu,u ""oriero as
... ., ....v. .,.. J..VOU,,!, niiuu jvouey i uiucn us lie nlcaswl Tin uiifi r .n.
dl.ptay.imth. SV '..t"1l!' h?.wns ion or twelo'a liar.' AtSXiuSalS' u
viiy nnii mrected lis t.nlu- .. inmti,...i . .... .
witness and Do,ler, later concluded IIZ
Ivel ey had meant It for Dozlor. back hero.' Theii ho Jumpd off Z
. "-.-- ii iii , ii'it Mini sriinillniT tlmm. lnft 1.1...
there talking. On tho morning of
tho 31st ho camo prowling around
the yard. When I stopped into tho
yard he was thero in tlm vnri
ur oul or town. Tnli tvx.i-
about this. Had several talks with
him about his trouble with Kolloy; It
dated kick some two months
i.robi-ex:-no seemed to havo blood
($135 was for 1875.)
.4 373 33
. 3C5 00
In hl7eyT a, u S5S toSSt , ?"!,Blc,B,M; disturbance
one; no nam" was nttonS hi?T vS"K tln,8hu IUTuea tobe,
mark- dirt ,,. Z"?l ."J" ' ' ,s varloU3 Places. Around tho Iiousa
mark did not properly
J24 Stte ttrttt
mmli, .. i . --- - .o uuuso
one lathaiin.i..i ..o... 7MZ. V"?'V "' 'eumes uack of tho
any one. i ', " "Z '"", J",!clc?.10. "etInM It seemed
-.v.uhu, .,,IU UH
The V. S. Oov't mri.
eu PPFifif m mil skoM.
Ijobtand'lntt:.- !. 180 ot
Sundries.. V. f 0 CO
Miscellaneous. '.'.'. J? 29
GOOD HEADING FOIl THE FAMILY
Every reader ofTnE Journal
should look up the list of premiums
given absolutely free with this panor.
The Weekly Journal nt $1 a year Is
tho cheapest paper on tho Pnclflo
coast, yet with It wo give yearly sub
scriptions to any of tho following
valuable publications, each known to
tho world as n standard In Its fleld:B
Tho Toledo Blade,
Tho Queen of Fashions,
ho Farm News,
Tho Child Garden.
llieSO VUllinhln nnlll.nt.nnn
each worth a 81 n Vnr. vV. ii"
WcVrKCh(i,(;0.' ono year free, for a
81.50 subscription to The Journal.
either tho Daily fnr oi-J ;" Ah
mo.u ... ' .w r
Cheese .Oregon full cream, lljjf,
Egg.. Oregon, 9c perdoi.
Ueef..Topstcers, 3.0003.25 perlb,fu
to good jteers, a M2 3.5c; cowi, agjjfe;
dressed beef, y$c.
Mutton.. llest beef, 2.ooJ.2j; dxt
ewos, 1.2s: dressed. 4VMK.
Hogs.. Choice, heavy, 3.25J.jo; Cli
and feeders; 2.75; dressed, 34cprto.
Veal., Small, choice, 56cj hrjt,f
Wheat. .53 jc per bu., market lira.
Hay.. Baled, cheat, l4.5o5.oo; tiaoty,
I'lour.Jn wholesale lots, 3.00; rclA
3.20; liran, hulk 1 1. 00; sicked, itxr,
shorts, 12.0013.00; chop feed, li.0
Poultry.. Chickens, 3.0013.50 per ta,
ducks, f3.504 50; geese, 54.co5.w;t
keys, oioc; dressed, Ill2e.
Hoes.. Dressed, xy..
Live Cattle.. 22.
Sheep.. Live, 2.50.
Wool.. Best, 12KC
Eggs.. Cash. 8c.
Butter.. Best dairy, 15c; fancy cresswT,
4 Vic: shoulders. c.
Potatoes,. 15c per bu.
There is more Catarrh Id thli section J
country than all other diseases pat topw
and unnil the last few years wutappow
be incurable. For a great xD11cm.Z.
tors pronounced it a local di$eeiJlIP
scribed local remedies, and b; com
failine to cure with local trestoest, P
nounced it incurrable. Science wpn
oked Meats Bcot,7C)
1, n .nciltntlnnll dueix.
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1rr pnrutittltionsl UW7
tnerelore requires constituiionu v,.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufietuted ijl
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is ttag
constitutional cure on the rnirket. Kr
internally in Coses irom "l"ur,r,lMi
spoonful. It acts directly on the W
mucous surfaces of the syitea. .
$100 for any case it fails to curs, w
circulars and testimonials. Address,
Sold by Druggists, 75 cents.
w.,. ;. .-". ?. muiiiiw ur
11 .rn i.v inn AiniiAA.. a.
ge tho llsCand don.tbneglect ffSSffi
Uoij t bo deceived into navlncr for
soiled premiums offered SSh filgh
Re.nedmhtarPeat aT sl,Kht ISvonS
rl.Pn,f ' TlIE JOUNAL is tllO
coast SJmniJV8papcr on th0 Nellie
toast, and it irlvos vnn .ii, j
'premiums without additional charge
PATT0N-n0WDAt tho Presby
AnSlV oM? In burner, Sunday,
April 5, 2895, Miss May Howd to J
Highest Honors WrifW
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