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mhSMALMim ' l,M m:u"-:"vm First Tgt and all the tune Hood'i SarMparill hg been advertised Wood puria, Its great cures have been rtccompllatied through purified blood curesof scrofula, ealt rheum, ecxema, rhcumatlatn, neural Ka catarrh, nervonsneaa, that tired feel ing. It curea when bthers fall, beennse It Always Strikes at tho root of the disease and eliminates every germ of Impurity. Thousands testify to absolute curea of blood diseases by Hood'a Sarsaparllla, -wi..,i, fHnnnnraffed bv tho failure of other medicines. Eombmbor that Hood's Sarsaparilla H the boat - In fact the One Truo Dlood Turiner. 11 rni easy to buy, oasy to take, HOOCl S PHIS caay to operate. 2B& FARM NEWS. If you expectgood rcbults from your poultry this winter sec that all vlrmln lsextcrtnin ntcd. To innke war on one vermin Is bet ter tlmn liavo a million vlrmln make war on your flock. The flax raisers or Minnesota und Dakota will this year harvest overt of a million acres of flax. Ten to twenty drops of carbolic acid In a quart of water Is a good portion to give cholera Infected hens. The farmers of Lincoln county should not allow so worthy an enter prise to die for want or support. Poultry can be niado to almost en tirely subsist upon green food and what Insects that fall In their way. The Rathburn Blackberry Is a prom Islngncw berry. It Isa line largo berry of excellent flavor nnd f rco from any core. Twenty-live years ago Denmark was a grain growing country, but to day It Is one of the most prosperous dairy countries. The l'lerce County Agricultural nnd Industrial Association will hold Its meeting at Tacoma; Wash.,Scptombcr 14th to 18th, inclusive. We arc Informed .by a subscriber that few bunches of mint placed in a hay oft will keep tho same entirely frco from mice. This Is worth trying. Eugene Guard. The prospect for a big apple crop In New York state is immense. Conse quently that state will contribute largely to the supply of the' foreign markets with winter apples. Tho fruit crop between La Grande und Suiiimervllle promises to bo of finest quality, says tho La Orande Chronicle. "Winter shipping apples are an especially promising crop. The wool production In Victoria Is valued at 8927,061 ,8&" yearly. The annual sales aio 202,870 bales. The value of the yearly wool exports arc Grea.sy, $27,724,300; scoured, 5,C84,445; washed, $201,425. t You may bo able to know that you are a success In tho poultry buslncs from tho fact that you nro supplying the market with broilers and are get ting your money beforo they are full grown, Tho unsual drought has killed all the salmon berries, raspberries, and other wild berries along tho Nccan nlcuui, in Clatsop county, so that, the bears, which in tho summer tltno 11 v0 principally upon these berries, arc Induced by hunger to come very close5, to men's habltatlpns, looking for food). An appeal has been Issued by tho Departmentof Agriculture for thoob wrvanco of a "bird day," In the pub lic schools throughout tho country,1 that children may be Instructed In the value of birds and tho means of pro tectlng them from wanton destruc tion. Tho Mitchell Monitor, In Croojc county, Is Informed that the sage rats are leaving that section of tho court try, traveling In a northwestetly di rection. Thoy liavfl been doing much damage to crops and the range In paste years. This year, crops thatln former years have been destroyed have beep, left untouched. Denmark Is -a small country, but be sides supplvlnir its dense nonulatiori. It exports annually about I05.000.0d0 kroners' worth of buttor, and about iu.wu.ooo kroners' worth of pork and haras, largely made from mllkr. IX kroner Is about 28 cents.) Danish. uuuer is about 5 cents a pound higher "an American butter. The Happy -Valley creamery is now running in full blast.. -Tho new creamery Will niaVa ru.w.l.uiVlrt.Hs nnrl jlto In a hlther-ia dor'wswt "dairy dip- "i.u iTosporty and welth Is certain where a dairy , hecowee, one of tUo principle features of a locality. wiT?lcdo cseMatrhM. closed for dwindled downt)fe'l$siiv35 cows. Very few watermelons will be raised IpTosephlseBi'iitahls year. Neither Lee por&hatfwk, our former, watermelon kings havoany planted w speak, of, as prlccoly lute years liavo tasted bitterly of hard times. Tho hot sun bus cooked the melons of the Sacramento valley, out VU lumette valley friends will haw ko rely on thelron productions In this line. Theso nro nro ntwnys late and scarce. It Is said that theio isti marked tk. crcasc lu horse breeding, nnd esti mates are made, which may not be re liable, that 300,000 arc canned annu ally' that tho annual death into of tho worn-out Is 1,000,000, and that with the largo export added a hngedolldt ' Is already evident. It Is quite cor-j tain, however, that here will he u paying demand at fair prices for really good horses sultablo for road und draft purposes, and for cavalry horses to go to Europe. I It Is generally believed that ilsh of. tho salmon family do not hybridize in a state of nature, because there aro no evidences of crossing between distinct species. Flshcultural operations, how ever, have produced numerous crosses nmong trout and salmon, nnd some of theni have been described. Among them aro hybrldo betwecu hike trout and brook trout, golden trout of New England and brook trout. European salbllng and brown trout. Hon. E.O. McCoy spent several pavs in Sherman county this week aud from Ills observations there, estimates there will be as ninny bushels of wheat har vested In thnt county as there were last year. The crop Is not 60 good as It was last season, but owing to the acreage being larger he says the usual amount of wheat will be threshed. The yield per acre will be about one half what It would have been under more favorable circumstances Tlmes Mountalncor. Tho winter wheat harvest Is about complete throughout the country nnd in many localities spring wheat Is maturing which Is scarcely as good, to fur as threshing has developed Us quality, as was expected. Heavy rains in its middle belt have caused some damugo to shocked wheat. Tho yield Is poor in Ohio. There Is complaint of rust In spring wheat, which, how ever, has not spread very much during tho past week. It Is disappearing In sonio parts of Minnesota. The cool, cloudy weather of the last few days has done wonders for spring wheat, and It looks much better be sides being headed out more satisfact orily. There aro reports of Uelds yeld lng better than for years, and yet all together It Ib not safe to stato that there Is over two thirds of a crop' for many fields arc lu a bad condition. When the harvest Is over it will bo found that the warehouses are full and that after all Linn county has not gone back on its record of having sure crop. Albany Democrats. The cattle export movement has been stronger, there were 32,215 head shipped, worth $2,003,230, ago lust 21, 237 In May of Inut year, woith $1,07, 883. Tho cxpoits of eleven months nre 312,220, against 288,127 for the same period or the previous liscul year. There Is also uu Increase in the exports of beef, both for May nnd for the beason, 107,118,013 pounds, of fresh beef having gono out, of the value of $10,803,770. Tho exports of salted beef have been 04,747,020 pounds, valued at $085,430, and 42,754,430 pounds of tallow a very heavy In crease Already live and dead beef exports nggregato about $7,000,000. The Sllvorton opened a hospital. physicians have (J. B. Wilson or llrownsvlllo, re cently caught a trout In tho Callpoola that measured 2H Inches In length, and weighed 3 pounds. The trouble with ua nowadays I, that we do not lead nat ural lives. The fern, (nine portion of our society i especially culpable In this way. It is really a wonder that women are as healthy as they are. Very few women et any outdoor exer cise. Very many get no exercise at all. Uodes of dressing interfere with the proper muscular action aud with the circulation of the blood. All the hy rlenle laws are bro ken. It is little won der that nine women Ih t.H ara ffnuhled with some derancemeat or irregularity in tkTactlon of th. orw a dUtlaetU - fem nine. N1ect and wrou llvinf will show them ielwa fast to the most delicate organs of the wbpU body. With such weakness and sTcines so prevalent, it a to be expected that the bearing of children would be ft&kt with dretd and danger. It should notbe soi of course. Nature never meant H to be so. The performance of the. hlh. " . , zr- t tut. nmmm canable en junction mi - ", j-r," I' Tf , should not be accompanied by pain. H JSffcctly natural living were he rule, it would not be so. As llvaa are lived, some- 33? tf 2Mfe fcand in ThUFaverfte Prescription a MMr.faillsVcc for female complaints. , UESmTa whole body $ Ukca during gestation, short JftteJ 9t tabor and makea childbirth wen-nigu , liinlesa, " It also prosaoUa an abundant , :E5$m of no"rUhWt for Use cUU. jiraiKi.iiAX.::y3vaNviv for infants and Children. OTHERS, Do You KnoWimh,, Baleman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, ninny ao-callcd goothlnff Bjrups, aud M most remedies for children arc composed of opium or morphine Ho Von irnow that opium and morphine nre stupefying narcotic poisons r Tin Voti ICnovr that In jnoit countries Jrugglslsnrc not permitted to sell narcotics wUliout labeling them poisons I !fto You Know that j-ou sliould not permit any medicine to be given your child nntess you or your physician know or what It Is composed t Ho You Kito-vy that Cnstorlalsa purely effetahle prcpnmtloti.and that a list of tKa Insredlenta is publlshelvlthcery bottler Ho You Know tliat Castorla Is the prescription of the fomous Dr. Samuel TJ tcher. Vhat it lus been in use for neatly thirty years, and that more Castorla Is now sold thau of all other remedies for children combined ? Ho You ICnovr tlut the ratent OOlce Department of the United States, ami of other countries, liavc issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and Ms assigns to use the word "Cantor! a" and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is n state prison offeiue? lo You Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because Castorla had been pro en to be absolutely harmless? Ho You Know that 33 average doses of Castorla are furnished for 35 . cents, or one cent a dose? Ho You Know that when possessed of this perfect preparnUon,yourchUdrenniay 1 be Lept well, and that you may have unbroken rest? Well, tltcse l:ngw are worth laiowlng. They arc f.cts. flic ftic-sliii 'ittfA stgtiaturc o Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. BIDS FOR WOOD. Sealed bids for furnishing wood for tho court house will bo received nt the otllco of tho county clerk until 2 o'clock p.m. on tho 5th duy of August. A. D., 1800, as follews: For "0cords of polo oak,and 20 cords of good, clear, largo body fir. Bids, however, will not bo received from one party or ilrni for moro than from live to fifteen cords of pole oak, or for moro than llyo cords of largo fir. Hy order of tho county court of Mnrlon county, Oregon. Dated at'Salem, Oregon, this 10th day of July, 1 81)0. L. V.Eulun, 7-10 dot wilt m Clerk Tanned. For bargains In tan shoes Invcstlgato Krausse Bros, spec ial sale at tan shoes. tf JOHN HUGHES, Dealer in groceries, paints, oils, window glass, varnishes, and the most complete stocc of brushes of all kinds in the state, Artists' materials, lime, hair, cement and shingles, and finest quality of rass seeds, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE OR TRADE-,45 acres Inv. proyed farm land, 4 miles east of Salem.with new houio, new barn, running water; will sell or trade for cheaper land. Addiess O. M. Reaves, Salem. Or. 7 7 ln LOST. Ivory handled ladies umbrella be tween boat landing and Oddfellows ceraenlary. Jdarked on handle Kate M. Duilck, Parties pleaie leavo at this office and receive reward. 37-3J, Vribl WAN fKli -iAn exnerlcnced rirl would like to obtain work in a small family. AUCUcas A. II. A. care )qutnm, 11 j .i l.vm DI.'W'I' ill UArt- A r.rnnm house. beside chamber; convenient for small family 5 water service fiee. Inqahc at 424 Winter it, 33 3tll WORK WAN TED-By a first class licensed engineer, who has had 20 years experience. Addiess A, care Journal. 33 31 FOR SALEGcntle family hone and pood top buggy cheap. South Commercial st. top buggy cheap. Apply to C. W. Scribcr, 1 11 WOOD WANTED-Teii cords of prime big fir. ten cords of grub oak and ten corda split ash. Address, with price, XXX, care this office. 14 tf T71EimEC(5NfEACTriirnliiRi Is now reduced to 6.50 per dozen if the cash ac companies the order. Per bottle 75 cents. Send direct to the manufacturer, H. Klas, Aumsville, Or, 7-9 m iniltli'S VOUR CHANCE.A proprietor wants to trade a good weekly newspaper office In good town for unincumbered Improved Sa lem property. No opposition. Good rea sons. Information at tala office. 6 la tf FoR SALE-Driving marc for sale at a bar raln; weight about 1160; good traveler, In quireofWm.Urown&Co. 3 tf 3FOR SALEr-At a Uargain. Fine residence, and earner lot, near city hall. For further particulars ininilrc at this office. "33t FOR riALri OR REN iV-40 acres land S miles out, Partly improved, wood and pasture, good house, large barn, a acre bearing orebard.lot of small frult.good water. Wood gtumpage can be had, liot H5 Salem HOME l)6ARD.-ciood table board, with home cooking, served in family style, only i a week. 10S Commercial street. 6.-im CARP&l'I'Al'ER Urge lot ol heavy brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Iuft the thing for putting under carpets. Call a journal office. J. H. HAAS, IWATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Makes a spiahy of One repair work, Seta Thomas clocli, etc., 215 Commercial Street ' 1h on every wrapper. A year and a half ago the Durlincton Route's New Short Line to tho East and South was odened for business. During these 18 months, thousands of travelers have patronised It and by so doing have not only saved much valu able time but have gained new ideas ol now a railroad snouid be run. They hae learned, amonc other things, that Burlington trains are iilways on time; that the Uurlincton's track is Incom cparaDiy superior 10 any oiner tn tne west; mat 111c puraic Comfort, Speed and Safety means something ou the Bur lington. Omaha,KansosClty, St .Louis, Chicago, Write for information about rates and trains. A. C. SHELDON, G.A., l'oitland.Or. 03mHg.&33 PACIFIC BM, RUNSy Pullman Sleeping Cars.' ElogantaDinln Cars Tourist SleoDinr Carb To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, I'argo, 'Irsnd Forks, (,'roqkston, Winnipeg, Helena and Butte, Timnnnii tickkts To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and all Points juist an) boulti For Information, time. cards, .maps and tickets, call on or writn THOMAS, WATT fe CO. AGENTS, ' 265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or. A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Tass. Act., Morrison St.. corner Third Portland, Or. CHI-HAW Silt Of BOA pozzonfs COMPLEXION POWDER! hu bun ihii andsrd for forlr vesn and , is mora popular so-osr loan evee ;. 1 VOZJ.OXVH I U Lha Uil eoniDleilou DOWdtr buUfTln. ' Teirbln, cleaolr, bealthful and subKh, , A OCUOIW, iflfumn yroiwtwa w v9 c. , WUh every box of ! r s stuyp i HHX M KlteH frea M nmrun. ' AT DHUaOISTfl ahd FANCY BWUM, ' nrmfflffl iiW:M fl PEOPLE'S PAPER The Great One Cent baily Capital Journal $3 a Year WieklSI. POST THIS BILL WE DON'T WANT GOLD alone, but wo want both gold and silver. There la not gold enough In our country to pay one-twcntloth of the debts owliii Ih tlificouiltrjr. ff you want tepudlatlon ndvocato tho singlo gold standard. It means contractu of our currency,-destruction or values, and repudiation. Invcstlgato and you will bo convinced. HOFER BROS., Publistxrs. Salm, Or. iii rti 1 ni 1 I II II VII iwlv iiimiwuiiuvy k Si. Paul By., GLANCE AT THIS MAl Of thej Ch'.caco, Milwaukee land St. Paul Hallway and note lu connection with all transcontinental line at St. Paul and Oraaba, and remember when going east that its tru'ns are lighted with electricity aod healed by steam, Its equipment la 'supeib. Klcgant Huflet, library, sroollng and sleeping cars, with free reclining chairs. Kach sleeping car bsithlas an tkctric reading lamp, and iU dining cats aro the bet in the world. Other lines are longer (nan thlr, but none aie shorter, and no other offers the above lux. wrlous accommodations, These are sufficient reasons for the popularity of "Tb Mllwau. Lee." Coupon ticket agent In every rail, road office will give yon further information, or addrtti . p i Pnnv Onrl AifMi. J. V. CASEY, Tiav, PssAfient. fl fortiassi linn WflMflA Z-SQgif, PAUL kwma ' p WUiNESOTAVrSOsr IjS . i niin ii y fe V.slit J MILWAUKCCWH Silver Daily The;0nly,Associated Press S 1 Silver Daily. " ;: Cut this out mhl post up In a conspicuous plnco whero It will bo srcn. All tho nssoclntcd prcbS papers In Orepon, except TI1L JOURNAL, nro publlaliccl In tho Interest of tho olrt atntidaul. Sqntl 2To In silver for tho dully 0110 month. The Oregon Press Monopoly "Will not treat tho restoration or silver fairly. It will not tell tho people tho truth. It dare not, Tako n fair paper that gives tho people's sldo as well as the Wall street side. Are You a Patriot? Help your country by circulating tho only Associated TrcBS Dally tn Oreiron that advocates Independent Bimetallism. All tho news of tho prent baltlo of tho people for silver. Advo cates tho lilmotalllo Union of all whoi aro opposed to the singlo gold stnndard.l DqlYou FavoitUnity and Harmony C C ns tho watchword of tho people of Orcso? Subscribe for the Capital Journal I Dailyhtr ty days for a silver quarter, Each Issue it complete history of tho -dny and n Ratling gun of arguments for tho people's cause. READ I READ! READ!. Tho pcoplo aro charged with Ignoranco by tho gold press. This Is a falso charge. Whciover the causo of freo colnugo of gold and silver 10 to 1 Is moro discussed and best understood It Is inpst pop ular and strongest with tho people. Sixty Days for 50 Cents., If you can't talk or wrlto for silver rend and mark articles and sond them to your neighbors and friends sixty hot shot for BOc. Cheapest political ammunition In tho Country, bond u sliver qtlartor or half dollar ond try It. Tho people must bo educated and It Is your duty to help do this work for Immunity. 0. R. L N. CO. aWSS TO TUli EAST GIVES THE CHOIC -OF- Two Transcontinental Route:, Via Spokane Minneapolis Sti'nuljand Den. ve; Omaha and Kansas Cily.,Low tales to eastern cities. OCEAN DIVISION. Portland San Fianclsco. Steamers leave Alnswortli dock,. Portland Jul, a6, 31 and August 5, 0, to, if, 90, 25 and 30, FareCabin, 85 j steerage, Ja.jo. YYILLAMI'TTIJ KIVER DIVISION. Steamers Ruth for Portland, Tuesday aud Friday, at 7130 a. m. For Corvalllt Wednesday and Saturday at 5 P'1m Steamer Cypiy 'or I'oelland, Wednetday and Saturday at 7130 a, m. For Corvallis, Monday ami Thursday at 5 p. m. Lowest freight and passenger rates, Hound trip tickets very cheap. Tickets sold and baggage checked through to all points with, out extra transfer charges. F01 full details call on llolte & Darker anents, Salem, Oregon, or address. Cen'l 1'as. Agt. Portland, Or For full detain call on or address a, M, POWERS, Foot of Tradett. Local Agent , For Dfloy,v for puriy, and for Improve! the com EleiloaiMUitnT6iuaU I'oswwu'aTl'owPKg. '. if' i i S. Through Tickets TOTHE ,VIA THE Uv'uon -Pacific System. 1 hrough Pullman Palace Sleepers. TowUJ Hleeperu and FrecJ Reclining JChalra dally between Portland to Chicago, Our trains are heated b"steam and 1 lighted by PlntKh light. lime to Chicago, 3 i. uays Time to New York. 4 l-a ? Which it many hour quicker than cw- petlto'a. For rates, lime tables and full hormtW apply to JWIS12 Jd JIARKXJt, AgenU, &im, O. R . W I1AXTER, C ft, MOWNi Ceneral AfMrt DM. . Af 13S Third Stmt, ?&. Th RoV Ana a velvety oftafM of is ssste Im H tiably obtained iy imm o mm 1 Cowflaxloa fowikr,- . - .,., :.,,. ..r.r- EAST 'nil .-?! I ol , ih , - -)TA1 9. -v