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from morning till night tlie woman who still
uses soap for cleaning. The "Gold Dust" woman
is through by noon a3 fresh and bright as her
house is clean.
makes one stroke serve for two in house clean-
jugand tlie saving of money is equal to the
saving of labor. Sold everywhere. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
St. Leuti. Chicago, New York, uoiton, pniiaatiphis, san Francisco.
BIDS FOR WOOD.
foiled bids for furnishing wood for
thoSSrt iouo will bo received at
eortlcc of tlie county clerk until 2
J dock p.m. on the 5th day of August,
a ft, m. n9 fo,,ow8: irr 7? c,ord8
, of pole oaK,iiuu v ..u.. ' t f 1
itoVcver, will not be received
from one party or firm for more than
inm Ave to tlf teen cords of pole oak,
oriornuiru um 7 . o-
flrily order of tlie county court of
Dated nlSSiiloin, Oregon, this 10th
1ayof.J.y,. L ViBlIUJNf
7-10 dGt w3t U)erk'
In pursuance of the requirement"
of tlie law approved February 25, 1880,
notice Is hereby given that tho follow-
inj list of county warrants irsucu
wren years prior to July 1, 1890, huva
not been presented ror paymont una
thiw! enclosed In parenthesis having
been uncalled for und atlll remaining
In my hand n nd custody, und unless
so presented for payment nt the ofilce
oftlio county ticasurer, of Marlon
county, Oregon, on or before August
'29,181)0, said warrants will be can
celled and payment therein will bo
refused, all In accordance with tho ro
nulrcments of said law.
69S0, Capital Adventure Co., July,
; 1888, $6.70.
6129, S. W. Morgan, Juiy, ltses, ws.w.
7279, Wilson D McNury, Dccombcr,
74ul, W. U. Simpson, January, 1880,
7718. 11. Phelps: Janunry, 1880, $30.
J17H, J. W. Thomas, February, 1880,
hiO, D. W. Yoder, May, 1880, $2.75.
(WARRANTS UNCALLED FOU.)
(81S9, L.A. Vermech.March 18, 18S0
(78:).), W.Il. Trulllngcr, February 7,
I7&W, Dan Rogers, January 11, 1880,
(6007. Oscar Runnels, October 5,
(G517,'L I). Pitman, October 5, 1888,
JMOI.AllccA. Omeg, May 13, 1880,
Willi. John A. Mclntlre, August 8,
(0358, Gad Miller, September 7, 1888,
(73S9. Hcnretta Late, December 8
1888 S1 "O
(0i2O,H.F. Holllday, July 9, 1888,
(8222,E.N.GIrard, March 0, 1880,
(8631, Gunes Fischer, May 13, 1880,
(6555, John Flynn, October 5, 1888,
(0357, A. Ecler, September 7, 1S88,
..(Ml?. Chan. Cauflcld, Soptcmber 10,
.X'M Lewis Uurtman, Fobruary8,
IWO, Wm. Brown, January 11, 1880,
.' fM31i Barnard Burtonshaw, Septem
ber 7, 1883, $1.70.)
18M Ud thlS 30th dliy of Jutlc' A' D"
L. V. Ehlen.
Notice Attention Republicans.
Tntlm n i.ii ...l -,,.
J;, ?jVi-At the request of a number
.'. r"' "epuuucans in aillerenl
h?.ior 'o, county. I hereby call a
Kln,8 of tho Marlon county Kopub
fec.ubsat tho hall ofthoLRalcm
epubllcan club July 18, 1090, at 1:30
tor tii! PurPS0 organizing
ki.r.,.. i'"-.i campaign, i wouiu
Hsl that representatives to this
Svlc?1011 from each club as
2fhH 0no.for tno club and ono for
en ten members thereof.
Virp.m.oii , Claud Gatch,
Orepon Republican League of
IIo?i&2?er W,I.V say8' -1 ,,avo no
MH JL"aP'" Practically admit
-Z w lilHTf I1I1T. cnil llvcf nun tu
a, if i.""" -,". ",ou h""'.'"
"JuVai."cfriB ,,e l,a8 somettung
thatha P . ..J0U wm K,I0W at once
destrovJVile-Thcrc ,s raoro cloathlng
"ear Wy ,poor P than by actual
IlStSH8 rfe? alkal-rots the cloth,
npnsnelther free alkali
Has No Equal
Beginning with Sunday, June 21,
and on each succeeding Sunday, a
special excursion train will leave Al
bany nt 7 a. in., Corvullls 7:30 a. in.,
arriving nt Ynqulnn nt 11:15 it. in.
Returning, boat leaves Newport at
0:30 p. in. Train leaves Ynqulna
at 7 p.m., arriving at Corvnllis at
10 p. in. nnd Albany at 10:30 p. m.
Fare, good on this train only, from
Corvnllis, Albany and Philomath to
Newport and return. $1.50.
II. L. Walden, II. B. Lowman.
Agent, Albany. Agent, Corvnllis.
Corvallis, Juno 17, 1800.
Notice to Piiopekty Owners.
Acting under instructions from the
city council I nm required to see that
the streets nnd alleys of tho city bo
cleared of all rubbish and refuse by
thoabuttlng.property owners. Prop
erty ownors will take notice nnd clean
up the streets. In the event that the
property owners fall tci t-o clean up
the streets and alleys I am Instructed
to perform such work and chnrgo tho
same to them. A. C. Dilley,
7-11 Ot City Marshal.
Wanted All girls to know thaf'IIoe
Cake" will not mako their hands red
like common soap. Savo tho wrappers.
They aro worth a cent apiece. JO tf
There's more clothing destroyed by
poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe
Cake" soap contnlns no frcoatkall and
will not Injure tho llncst lnco. Try It
and notice tho dlffcrcnco In qunllty.
TnE FIGHT ON BOURNE.
Tho Orcgonlnn wages a persistent
warfare on Jonathan Bourne to have
that gentleman removed as secretary
of the Republican state central com
mittee. Wherever a Republican can
be found who docs not like Mr.Bourne,
or n Republican club that can get a
quorum present to adopt a resolution
asking his removal, It Is done and
then printed with a great flourish as
a demand Mint Mr.Bournobc removed.
Stereotyped forms of resolutions and
petitions arc sent out from Portland
asking that Mr. Bourne be removed,
und all who can be Induced to sign are
helping In the cause. Thero is no
pretense that Mr. Bourne did not
make a good secretary, or that ho has
not stood with Republicans on Re
publican platforms of Oregon In tho
past, nnd still stands there. Ills
offense Is not that ho helped defeat
Dolpli and Is now for Mitchell, but
that ho has not endorsed the St. Louis
platform, and recanted his flows In
fnvor of the free coinage of gold and
silver at a ratio of 10 to 1 Independ
ent of other nations, and come out for
McKlnley and tho gold stnndard.
An amusing feature of tho situation
is that, while the Oregonlan Is de
manding tho head or Jonathan on a
charger to .appease the wrath of the
goldlto nerodlas, tho same paper is
printing articles 'rom J. B. Mont
gomery urging tho election of Mc
Klnley In the Interestof International
bimetallism. In a technical sense,
the demand for Mr. Bourne's resigna
tion Is no doubt well founded, and ho
should come out flatfooted and re
nounce the St. Louis gold standard
platform. Mr. Bourne is an independ
ent American blmetalllst and will not
bo guilty of such contortions as Mr.
Morftgomery Is undergoing to please
Ilnrvey Scott. There Is no compro
rulsa between tho gold standard and
genuine bimetallism, and whllo Mr.
Bourne's critics call him n Populist,
what they really mean Is that ho Is
what la called a silver man. Tho
truth IS there Is not room for a free
coinage man to stand on tho St. Louis
gold standard platform.
Children Cry for
Tillamook liimonl col lee ted iU.OOO
taxes thN year.
Tho -'clo creamery In unable to
supply tho demand for their product.
Bids for the building of the new
depot, have been asked fur at Astoiln.
McMlnnvllle, La Grande, Coqnlllc
sindcthoi places have organized Labor
A waterspout occurred In Union
county which did some damage to
ci ops and fence.
A speech, freo beer and a brass band
will be tho leading features or the
laying of the corner stone or the new
brewery- at Astoria.
F. Thompson, deputy state vetcr
anury for Umatilla county has
ordered killed mil horses, which were
Infested with mango.
The salmon canneries at Astoria are
practically not In operation, owing to
a shortage of fish. They expect an
other run after the new moon.
Ilownrd Savage, of McMlnnvllle,
was arrested and fined, nt tho Insti
gation of tho Salvation Army, for
using profane language. Ho was
fined $2.50 and costs.
The Tillamook county central com
mittee have brought suit against A.
T. White one of tho Republican can
didates ror his assessment of $10
which he refuses to pay.
The county court of Linn county,
under tho new administration, cut
the salary or the deputy county clerk
from 383.33 to $50 per month and that
of deputy sheriff from $G0.00 to $50.
Tho annual meeting or tho Yamhill
County Horticultural society will be
held nt Lafayette, Tuesday, July 14.
A good program has been arranged
for nnd all fruit growers are Invited
Henry Stock, an exemplary young
mnn, nbout 23 years of age, who re
sided In Oregon City, was accidentally
drowned while running some lugs
down the Aberucthy 'to Bioughton's
mill, last Saturday morning.
Wong Louie, the Chinaman, whoso
wife, Kin Sing, left htm somo
time since, is considerably ex
ercised over the threat of fivo high
binders to murder him unless he will
surrender tho ovldcuco or his mar
riage to Kin.
Last Wednesday a woman at Water
loo was getting dinner, her dress
caught on tire from tho sheet iron
stove setting lust outside or her tent.
Great excitement prevailed. Somo
women toro her clothes from her, and
wrapped her in blankets, completely
extinguishing tho flames. She was
not burned at all.
All eyes aro turned now on little
Curry county, whero nn election con
test over tho olllco of county Judge
bids fair to havo far-reaching results,
as it may make a change in tho legis
lature and defeat Tongue for congress
Numerousovldenccs of fraud In count
ing the votes of thnt county havo
been found and thero Is no doubt but
what a re-count will develop some
astonishing results. Times.
Washington County Speed and
Driving association announce that a
fair will bo held at tho Hillsboro
fair grounds, commencing on or nbout
September 20. About that tlnio ap
propriate premiums will bo offered for
the best exhibit of farm stock, field,
garden und orchard products, manu
factures, preserved fruits, household
Industries, etc. A few liberal
premiums will bo offered for speed
contests. Their meeting occurs Just
before tho stnto fair.
A happy man U
a. healthy man, and
a healthy man ii
You never mw a
haonv man in vour
life who had indl.
gestion. If a man
get up in the
morning with a
foul tattc and
r' . Atouicr area; ; it
l MMcfhe feels llttlesa and
Jf sluggish; if he is
-rJ& dlxty and blind the
-" minute he steps
out of bed ; if his breakfast doesn't taste
cood ; if he feels utterly incapable of work,
it is a nretty sure sign that his digestion is
out of order that his principal trouble is
constipation. If he let this condition run
on, there is no telling where it will stop.
Nine -tenths of all human sickness comes
from constipation. The first thing that
every doctor asks when he is called to se a
patient is whether the bowels are in good
order. It is nonsense to call a doctor for
snch a simple thing. It is nonsense to let
such a simple thing grow into such a serious
thing, as it always does if neglected. Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation.
They not only afford immediate and pleas,
ant relief from all the distressing' symp.
toms, "but they cure permanently and posi
tively. There are 10,000 medicines that can
be taken, to give temporary relief. The
" Fleasant Pellets " are the only things that
There nre plenty of druggists who will
try to sell you something else. You know
Just as well as we do that an honest
druggist wouldn't do such a thing
that an honest druggist would give you
uimt vnn ak for. You know that when a
druggist insists on giving you something .
else, tnere musi do a reason ior . vc
know what that reason is he makes a big.
ger profit on the other thing. Any drug,
gist In America will supply the "PeUeU
If you insist on it.
The People's Common Sense
Medics! Adviser, in plain I'.n.
glUb, or Medicine Simplified by
R V Pierce, M. I.. Chief Consult-
for infante nnd Children.
THIRTY roars' oTasirvntton of Castorla, with ih putroapgo of
adllloBB of persons, permit ns io spoalc of it wUhoat gncubig.
It Is wmnestlonaTily th tost remedy for Infnats and Children
tho xrorlfl hen cvtn htugn. It la harmless. ChUtlrou lllto It. It
frlvoa- thorn health. It trill savo tliolr liven. In It Mothers havo
something which it absolutely afo anil iiraotioally- ycrfeot an a
Cartorln dostroy Wionns.
Castorla allay Fovorlshnoss.
Castorla yrovonts vomiting Sonr Cord.
Cftttorla onroa Plnrrliroiv and Wind Collo,
Castorla relievos Toothing Tronhles.
Castorla onroa Constipation and riatnlcnoy.
Castorla nontrallros tho offsets of carbonic aold gas or poijonona air.
Castorla doos aot contain morphine, opium, or other narootlo prop or ty.
Castorla assimilates the food, rognlatca tho atomaoh and howols.
glrlng haalthy and natnral sloop.
Castorla la pnt tip In ono-izo bottles only. It Is not sold la hnllt.
Don't allow any ono to noil yoa anything else on tho plea or promise
that it Is "jnst as good" and "prill answer ovary purpose.'
Sen that yon (ret C-A-3-T'O-R-I-A.
" ta on very
Children Cry for Pitcher's. Castorta.
Lawn mowers. rT3AV niJrt macuini oius
HAY RAKES, GRAY BROS., and AXLli OUEASl?
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
GARDEN HOSE. cvAT-r--rv- rtn HtCYCLES.
LAWN SriUNKLERS. SALEM, OR. SUNDRIES.
The Willamette Hotel.
LEAD INGEl HOTEL OF THE ClTY.f
Retluced'rates. Management liberal. Electric cars leave hotel lor alljpubllc.bulidlncs
nu points oijimcrcsi. special rnies will nc given to permanent patrons,
A. il. WAGNER,
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE-
B. CHansen, Manager.
Onlvcood honelusil. SitUf.iclion uunranteeJ. Subln biclc of State Iniurnnce block
who tiavel by the Burlington
Route aro given particular care
Just to illustrate what this
means: A few months ago, live
children whose ages ranged
from 3 to It years made the
journey over our line from EI.
lensburc. Wash., to Kansas
Tickets, time-tables and full
information about our service to
Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City,
St. Louis and Chicago upon ap
plication to the nearest ticket
agent or by addressing
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VJ www i i in i .Wjii-aw . n
Union Pacific System.
EiThrough Pullman Palace Sleeper. Tourls
s:iri.ra n,l Vrz-A Tterllninrr Chairs daily
iuz Physician to the Invalids' Ho j
telond Surgical Inttltutr, lluflala,
N Y., loaS pares, illustrated.
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scot, paper-bound, nsoLUTKt-Y '
FBS8 on receipt of one-cent .
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Address the Author, as above. '
TLANJ) to CHICAGO
Our trains are healed b" steam and
lighted by Pintsch light.
"Time to Chicago, 3 l-i. Jays
Time to New York, 4 1-2 days,
f. Which is many hours quicker than com
For rates, time tables and full information
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Agents, Saltm, Oi.
R. W BAXTER, C. E. DROWN,
Central Agent Dist. Pass. Agent
135 Third Street, Portland.
Pullman Sleeping Cars.
Tourist Sleooino1 Car
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Vnro,
Irand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and Ilutte,
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, uosion, ana an rants
East and South
For Information, time cards, j,maps and
tickets, call on or write
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A. D, Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pais. Act.,
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tr. H tou pref f r to eomo here
srsct to pay railroad far eaod ho
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