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tV HOKRR BROTHERS. SATUKDA , AUGUSTS, 1800. U . . i r DAILY LINE TO 'I'OKTLANU. 'J STEAMERS J ffl ft Altona and Kamona leave: i DAILY. Portland, 6:45 m Salem 7 a. m except Sunday. Quick time, regular service and cheap .k.. rates ... M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. 4W iW . ( W kSW ! S9 wl S H H New Goods Crowding In. And cliolco ones too. Not kinds mndo to soil, with no thought of ueur Intr ciimlltle., but slahLly kinds with everlasting wear, and a credit to the seller; an economy to the buyer. Black Dress Goods. . Ono shipment lust received, and we do not hesitate to say that our blaek goods etock will surpass any previous season. Capes and Jackets,' Advanced shipments In. Hoc the new beauties. Men's" Overcoats. New stylcH Just in. Ask for the K. W & N. overcoat. Its a magnet. . Straw Hats. Values up to $1.50 to chwo nt fiOc. J, J, Dalrymple Co, $&88m Ribbons. A blfj line of all silk satin ribbons at popular prices. Nos. fi and 7, all colors oc. Nos.Oto 22 Inclusive, nil colors, 10c. Eo.-iO, in all colors, good for millinery use, 15c. mm -fft lb Drapericsii Take a look at the north window. Some of the very choicest colorings in cotton draperies oyer shown. Exuct Imitations of the silks. Velvets. A number of elegant col orings In the Persian velvets 00c and $1 the yard. 1 T. flolvers on PERSONAL. J. C. Johnson was a Portland visitor to'lay. Thos. Kay camo down from Water lno this afternoon. Prof. E. B. JlcElroy returned to Eugene on the morning local. W. A. Irwin was among those re turning from Newport today, W. II. Bovine, of Switzerland, was In tho city today on buslncFS. Lynn Holland returned this morn Ing from a trip down the valley. Miss M. E. Sporry returned this afternoon, from 11 brief visit at Now port. Mrs. G. A. Rockwell returned this afternoon from n summer's outing nt Mehama. Mm. a. E. Dlnsmoro was a homo coming passcngor on tho 2:20 local thl afternoon. Mlsa Ethel Hughes returned this morning from a pleasant outing at Gearhart Park. Attornoy Webstor Holmes was u Portland passenger, via tho Salem lo cal, this morning. Mel Hamilton wont to Portland this morning, expecting to return homo this evening. Attornoy Sam. T. Illohardson was n northbound passenger by tho Salem locul this morning. Eugouo Willis, of Willis Bros. Is quite low with typhoid fover, but Is said to bo out of dangor. Bishop Win. Dillon left this morn ing forGoshon to attend a camp-mcct-Ing now In progress thoro. Mrs. John Ityau returned this after noon, from 11 two weeks' outing at Waterloo and Brownsville Mrs. N. J. Damon and Mrs. E. I Osborn returned this aftrrnoon from u Hiiuimcr's outing nt Newport. G. W. Phillips left, for Vancouver, this morning on business, ho having a farm located near that place. MIsh Edna Knight returned Inst evening from u month's visit with friends at Cauby and Woodburu. Mrs. l' H.iSouthwIck returned this afternoon, from Toledo, where she has been In tho Interest of a fraternal order. Judge 0. 1. Terrell went to Mohnma this afternoon to spend Sunday with his family. Miss Anna Morris, of Solo, who has been tho guest of Miss Myrtlo Johnson, returned this morning to hor homo. Buy the BestX Wc sell thefAlbert" fast black and tan hosiery. Foster's Kid Gloves. J?, & G, Corsets. Salkr Lewen & Co. and Chas. K. Fox's ladies' fine shoes. Lewis A Crossett's men's fine "Utfc Giant" scliool shoes. ,Willk Bros. & Co. It jCcurauil liberty, mite iCuda Dry iGola, Clothing and iihuoHStiuve. Louis Klbele, engineer nt the elec tric light works, lias been under the weather for several days, but Is still at his post. Miss A. Newton and Fred Smith, huvo returned from Seattle uftcr a stay of several months visit with their parents. Miss Lucille Jacobs, of Snu Fran cisco, who Is on her way home from Paris, France.ls the guest of her sister, Mri. b. M. Stock. I lev. 13. T. Ncsblt returned to Port laud this morning, huvlng partici pated at tho open air gospel service at Marlon square 1 tat evening. Miss Hnttle Good went to Portland this morning to join her father nud sister who prcccdcit her yesterday, for a visit of several days with friends. Itev. John Parsons, presiding elder for Sulcm district, of the M. E. de nomination, went to Urooks and Woodburn, this morning. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Cospcr, of Dallas, are visiting at tho home of A. D. Pal mer on Cltcnickcta street. Mrs. Cosper Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, Major D. C. Sherman and Judge J. It Fairbanks went to Hubbard thli afternoon where thy will speak be fore tho Bryan club this evening. llov. W. O. Kantncr went to Port land this afternoon, where ho will conduct services In tho First Congre gational church of that city tomorrow morning. Attorney and Mrs. S. 0. Spencer returned to Portlnnd this morning, Mr. Spencer addressed tho local "sound money" Republicans, last oven lug. Prof. D. M. Motzgcr, or LaFayette, who has been visiting for sovcral days In this clty.lcft last evening for Pleas untdalo, Yamhill county to olliclato over Sunday. Miss Ella Murphy nnd Mrs. M. L. Keith, who huvo been visiting their brother, J. E. Murphy, of tho tllo fac tory, returned to tholr Portland homes via tho Salem local this morning. Mrs, Geo, S. Wright camo from McMlnnvlllo last evening, and will bo tho guest of Mr. und Mrs. John G, Wright, whllo George takes in the bloyclo tournament at Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Plumb, of Shel don, Iowa, who wero tho guests of E. F. Parkhurst and family yesterday, loft this morning for points south of hero, provious to returning to tholr home. Dr. It. Cartwrlght, O.O.Cartwrlght, II. W. Myers, S. D. Gijmoro and Miss Gllmore, of Independence, havo re turned from an outing of elghtcou days In tho Ida river country, In Lnno county. Geo, Snndorson, who has spout tho past summer with Salem friends, leaves Portland Sunday evening via steamor for Fresno, Cal , whoro ho will join his parents who have re contly removed from Eureka to that city. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Abrams and daughter, of San Francisco, who havo been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Talking ton, loft this morning for Portland where they will tako passage, via tho Sliastn limited, for tholr California home, Misses Lillian and Florouco Hob klrk,who havo boon tho guests of tho Misses Sherman tho past two weeks, left this morning for tholr homo In THE WORKINGMAN'S CLUB la Addiesscd by Hon. S, C. Spencer of Portland, The Worklngman's McKlnley- and Hobart club held a meeting nt the opera house last evening when they wero addressed by Hon. Schuyler C. Snencer, an nttornoy from Portland. I The gallery was fortunately closed and the two hundred Sa letn I tes In cluding nbbut fifty ladles, were obliged to gather on the II rst floor making a very respectable congregation. About 8 o'clock the speaker of the . evening, accompanied by Hon. J. N. j Smith, Wm.Ohcrringtonand ltlchard Holman, camo upon tho platform when they wero met by "Prest."ltacc, tho sewer boss. Seated upon the plat form besides those mentioned, were Banker E. P. McCornock, W. S. Dun nlway, Hon. Jno. Mlnto, Itev. G. M. Irwin, and Capt. Adums, water car rier for tho sewer gang. "Pres." Kacc presented Mr. Dunul- way, private secretary to Gov. w. l Lord, who, in a ten minutes address, attempted to refute the statements of Garfield, Blaine, Carlisle, Voorhecs and others with reference to the "crime of 1873."Mr.Dunnlwny labored yery hard In his nttempt to prove that the bill of '73 was not passed in a "stealthy and surreptitious" manner. At times he was quite vigorously ap plauded. At the request of "Pres." Race, Mr. Dunnlway Introduced Attorney Spen cer, of Portland, In u neat presenta tion speech. Mr. Spencer whoever he may be, was frequently Interrupted in his address by applause. Hocontendcd thutltwas un historic fact that protection mado good times. The speaker lamented veiy much Indeed that the Democratic national convention that met In Chicago last July, approached so closely to the "danger line of anar chy and socialism" (two opposing terms) when they denounced In their platform certain reforms attempted by PrcsidentCleveland. He also give his explanation of bimetallism and spent considerable time In discussing the "fifty-cent dollar." The audlcnco seemed well pleased with the address, indicating their ap proval of tho principles advocated by generously applauding tho speaker. BISHOP DILLON HOME. He Talla About the Heavy Crops and Politics East. Bishop Wm. Dillon, who Is In charge of all the territory west of the Bocky mountains, foi tho lnitcd Biethren church, arrived in the city last even ing, urtcr an ub-nce In the cast of about throe months. Dining this time the eminent dl vino visited Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and the northern tier of statiM west. The fruit crop, I ENTHUSIASTIC BRVAN MEET. Speeches at Jefferson Last Night for Free Silver. The Smith & Jones hall, of .leffor son, was packed last night to hear the Bryan speakers. A. 1!. tliuldi-Non was In the chair, and the -potikeis or the evening were M. A.Milkr.of LcUnen: .1. K. Wentherrord, of Alb my and W. T. Hlgdon of I his city. A n enjoyable time was had, and a Biynn club will bo organized next Thur-dnj evening, especially apples, he teporls unusually and 11 large delegation will come down abundant. All crops ate heavy, hut to the Salem barbecue. HON. WINFIELD T. RIGDON. Replies to Hon. T. T. Geer at the Armory Tonight. There will bo a rally of tho silver forces at tho armory Saturday night at 8 p. in. When Alderman Hlgdon will dissect and reply to the speech of Hon. T. T. Gcor. Worklngmcu and business men, property owners and taxpayers men and women who love our country are urged to hear tho facts presented by Mr. Hlgdon tonight. Hlgdon deals only in facts. Gospel Sekvici:s. Tho mission forcoof tho First Christian church, has completed a circuit of tho city, having conducted open-air services In Hflllll! I II Clllt V HIS IHM'll UICL III harvesting owing to the heavy late rains, oreouiio the pi Ices aie very, low, nnd the farmers are coricspond Ingly blue. Bishop Dillon reports the chler ob ject or attention there.as here, as cen tred In politics. Willie he Is not a politician or agitator lie says It Is ap parent en every lin ml that the senti ment for silver Isgrowlng everywhere. Tho people lie says are going by land slides from McKlnley to Bryan. Be publicans by thousands arc assorting- themselves against tho gold standard They will not endure It. Patty lines lie thinks wore never in the history of the country so broken down as now. Indiana ho feels assured will go for Bryan by tlfty thousand, Illinois will also give him a major ity. In the home state or McKlnley much money Is being used by the HaniiamnnagcmcnttanduIIcreculcan olTort will bo mado to save it for the tariff Napoleon, but there nre many eyldences that look as though Bryan would carry It, notwithstanding this capitalistic combine against him. In the states westof tho Mississippi Bishop Dillon Is confident that noth ing can bo done to get n stutb away from Bryun. In fact, the McKlnley management will spend Its cflorts whoro there Is better hope of success. Bishop Dillon leaves today for Goshen, Lane county, to hold a camp meeting. From there ho proceeds to California, where he holds tho state conference. Ills work Is constantly growing, und his efforts In the good work are always in tho Interest of the common people, which above nil others accounts for his success asanorganlzer Armory tonight Rlgdon vsGoer. Ain.ory tonight Hlgdon yd Geer. Not Tin: Man.--Two gentlemen called at this olllco requesting us to retract the nrtlclc that appeared In last evening's Journal, relating to tho man who had left Sulcm so uncer emoniously, leaving his fuinlly In very unpleasant circumstances. Since the article did not refer to either of the gentlemen wo are awaiting fur ther developments In the case. Do not take the shoe however unless It tits perfectly. Smoke La Crona cigars and thus show your patriotism for your town. They arc good stock and made In Salem. Otir Saturday Spial Sale. X X Gloves fcJH 09c buys 11 good pair of chamois gloves either In button or mcsqultalrc. 87c buys a putr of our Jouvln G-btitton gloves, blnck or colored. 80c buys a pair of our Isabello C-hook gloves. In black or colors. $1. IB buys a pair of our well-known Edwurdo undressed mosqultulrc, all shades. 00c buys u pair or our Beatrice 4-largo button glove, In black or colored. )Pl! JjVjrJ oves 1 ma& ffiyXS'nnVC $1.30 buys a pair of thai!. T6, ter (Lyons) guara!tSlg,de OOobuysapalrorextrnheavycm $,gtt;actttf Prices for tho day only SATURDAY. 257 Commercial st. At the Armory Tonight- 2C HON, W, T, RIGDON Will answer T, T, Geer, DIED. HALL. At tho farm homo two miles northwest of Turner, at .'1:15 a. m., Saturday, August 20, 18U0, Carlton F. Hall, aged 70 years, of muscular atrophy. Deceased leaves a wife nnd son and three daughters, tc mourn his death. The son Is a boven Day Advcntlst missionary on Jamaica Island In tho West Indies. Mrs. J. W. Sllsbec, for merly residing here, but now of Oak land, Cal. Anotherdatighter, Mrs. A. McAUaster resides In Salem. Mrs. N, J. Bowers, another daughter, resides near Turner. Mr. Hull was a member or tho Oth Wisconsin volunteer Infantry and was J a member of Sedgwick Post No. 10 or batciu. Funeral services will bo held rrom COME OUT And hear an able presentation of the true issue of the campaign, uuuub i u.iiereiit piaccs in tiie city tll0 ,louso t , M s d yM In till) ?l!Wt. tnV U'tnlru Wlln innnt nil ' mij I "iw r"' i.wvno. J...U buviuijl w. W. KllnrtV nf Vllnnnn nlllmntliw. 1 nt. r.irl .. . ' - "I'P " "6.i". UI.IUUW..),, uurmi win tako placo In Twin Oak last evening was held at Marlon Square, whoro a largo audlcnco had assembled to listen to tho address by Rev. E. T. Ncsblt, or Portland. Ono of tho attractive features of tho meeting, is tho singing by the choir, under tho leadership ot Prof. Allln, recently rrom New York. Providing tho rain docs not Interfere, similar meetings will bo resumed next month by this denomination. Armory tonight Rlgdon vs Geer. Arm Ciiaik Raffled. Yesterday Milton Rhodes, tho Commercial street upholsterer, nulled oir u handsomo lady's armchair valued ut?05. Harvoy F. Colo, or Milwauklo, Or., who held three chances costing him In tho aggregate $2.10, was tho man to carry oil tho chair. Tho chances cost 01, 08 nnd 18 cents respectively. It Is Indeed a handsomo piece or furniture. 1 .1 .ii Ma Hkaiip Fiiom a Brotheu, Chief of Police A. Dilley bus reoolvcd a lot ter from a brother, Albert, whom ho bus not seen nor heard from for about 18 years. Ho Is located nt Fresno.Cal irornlu, und has a family, numbering four. Mr. Dilley reports everything exceedingly dull, tu his vicinity, and poes not expect any Improvement, In tho times, this year, Armory tonight Rlgdon vs Geer. cemetery nt Turner. Skwino Machine. (Jen. I). Will Portland, accompanied by Miss Lotta the old sowing machine dealer has a Sherman who will spend sovorul weeks with friends in tho metropolis. Ernest Martin started for Salem, on his whool, this morning. Ho will en ter tho freshman class, of tho Willam ette University, at thutplaoo this full. . . .Mr. Bcckuor, of Sulom.ls visit ing at Ivan Stanton's, this week. Cresswell correspondent n (,1q x?u gono Guard. MKKTiNa, Thoro will bo n meeting of tho Salem board of tho hospital staff, at tho hospital, Monday even ing, August till, at 7:30. Vbrtt- Kllll Oii.sa'onr.iL. nice lot o' second hand machines put In good repair 95 to 920 also high arm good now machine for 92.' and 930, W? ,., lta wCym& 1 Any ono wanting to trado a team about 1200 lbs wagon and harness on a piano, organ orsowlng nuioblne. Call on Geo, C, Will. Might pay cash on a bargain, Noikc to Bridge. Contractors, Notlco is hereby glvep that; no war rants will bo drawn for construction of county bridges until contractors for tho sumo shall huvo furnished to tho county court certified receipts showing that all labor and materials entering into tho construction of such bridges havo been paid for, G. P. Teuiiell, 7&d&wtf Comity Judgo. Police Court. Tti tee hobos received tho usual sentenco of live day each In tho olty Jail this morning at tho hands of Recorder Edcs for trespassing on tho premises of Mrs. J. L. Parrlsh in tho northwestern part of tho city. It Is reported several hundred of this class of citizens arc on their way hero from California. A successful way of evading this undeslrablo class of peo plo is to luivo a city rock pile at whloh all tresspassers may bo given employ ment should any care to stop In tho uapitat city for any length of time. This method lias proved qulto effect ive In ridding up-valloy points or this undeslrablo element and no doubt It would operato succossrully in Salem, Change of Time. Beginning with September tho prayer and preaching ser.viccs, in tho several churches, will begin at 7:30, Instead or at 8 p. m. as during tho summer months, A Valuable Prescription. EdltOi- Morrison, or Worthlngton, Ind "Sun," writes: "You havo a vnluablo prescription in Elcctrlo Bit ters, and lean cheorrully recommend It for Constipation and Sick Headache, anil as a general system tonlolthus no equal." Mrs. Annto Stehlo, ?025 Cot tago Grove, Ave., Chicago, was all run uunii, cuum not cat nor digest rood, had n backaoho whloh novor loft hor and felt tired and weary, but six bot tles or Electric Bitters restored her health and renewed hor stremrth. I'rlccs 50 cents and $1.00. Got a Bottlo at Fred A. Legg's Drug Store. Notice to Taxpayers, Tho delinquent tax rolls pf Marion cotdty, Oregon, uro now iu my hands for collection. .All nnrsnns nnvlnn delinquent taxes with tho next 30 days will save costs as at that timo mi proporty upon wiucti taxes havo not been paid will bo advertised and SQliV , . tT. WRiaUTMAN, Sheriff of Mnricu Opunty, Oregon, Dated Aug. 6, 18W. H-5d3w v4w Soap Foam Washing Powder will not make the clothes fyel- iow, nor burn the hands, CHURCH SERVICES TCMOkHCV.' FIHBT l.AlTIK'l. Rev. J. i'. Far.-u-i. pastor. Morn ing services at lOUd -Miojt'ci, ' ! n essentials and non-u -i-mials n Christianity, being 11 Iimiuw ui tut. motte: lu essential tiiinus u i.i..n non-essentials liberty; iu till tulngs charity." Sunday school at 12 o'clock. Meting or the Y. P. S. C E. at 7 p. m. There will not bo any oven lug ser vices in the church. The morning will be a selection by tho orchestra All nre welcome to these services. CIIUISTIAN CHUUCH. Corner or Center and High streets. II. A. Denton, pastor. Morning ser mon at 10:30. Theme: "Tonus or Disclplcshlp.' Sunday school at 12 in. Junior Endeavor at 3:30p.m. Y. V, S. C. E. at 7 p. ui. Evening sermon at 8 o'clock. Theme: "Tho Scarlet Woman." Special music by tho chorus choir, under i'ror. Allen. FI118T I'HESUYTEUIAN. Rev. W. Steele, pastor. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. At 10:30 sub ject, "The Sympathyl or Jesus for liuninnhorrow." Ato p. in. suoject. "Social Purity." Sunday school at 12 (noon,) Junior Christian Endeavor at 4:30. Chlncso Sunday school at 3:30. Junior Christian Endeavor at 0:15. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. ah always welcome. u. n. CHURCIL Services In Yew Park as follews: Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. in. and 8 . p. in. Y. P. S. O. E. at 7 p. m. W. Reynolds, pastor. BAST SALEM EVANOELIOAL. Seventeenth und Chcincktn strents. Sunday school at 10 a. ip. Preaching at 11 a. m. Child reus ineotltig at 3 11. in. i . P. A, at 7 p. m. Preachlug at o p. Ill, FIRST CONOREOATIONAL. Preaching at 10:30 a. in., by Rov. II. J. Zercher. of Corvallis. -Sunday school ut 12 m. Y. P. S.iC. E. at 7. p. m. FIRST UNITED EVANOELIOAL. On Cottago street, near Liberty, J. Bowersox, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 nnd 8 tomorrow. Sundny school nt 12 o'clock. K. L. O. E. ut 0:45. CHRISTIAN SaiENCE, Services nt 10:30 u. m.nnd 7:30 p. Hi nt their hall corner Liberty nnd Court streets. THE MARKETS, SILVER. Vuik, Aug 29. Silver, 66c; lead $f LIVK STOCK. t mcACO, Aug. 21) IIogj 'Light $3.2o 3.4s: heavy 2.5S3.2o. Caltlcr liccves $3.10(35.00; cows and hflfcrs $i.2S3.90. fc'heep 'Steady. CHAIN. Clilcaco. Aug. 20. Wheat, cash s6lc. Sept. S- PORTLAND MAKKET. PROVISION. Portland. Aug. 20. Wheat valley, ' cia 52, Walla Walla, 48.19. Flour Portland, 2.85; Denton county, 2.85; graham, 2 50; xncrfiue. $2 zt, per bbl Oats White, 33ic; grey, 28(29;rolIed, In bags, $4.255'2S. barreii, 4.5o7.oo; cases, 3.75. Potatoes.. Oregon, 750(0)80 per sack. Hay,. Good, to 10.50 per ton. Wool., Valley, 89c; Kastern Oregon, JOHN HUGHES, Dealer in groceries, paints, oils, window glass, varnishes, an the most complete stoce of brushes of all kinds in the state. Artists' materials, lime, hair, cement and shingles, and finest quality of j?rass seeds, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 5 Iillstufls..llraii.Si2.;oai4.i;ouhorts.SM.co -..i .-.it.- - l- . - r. rouury viucKeiiH, mixcujiu.so'. Droll ers, Ji.252.25; ducks, 2a3 j geese, $34; turktys. live, 10. T Hides.. green, salted 60 lbs 5c; under 60 lbs 44cj sheep pelts, io7oe. Hops, .Oregon, 2 to 3c, according to tiual Ity. butter.. Oregtn fancy creamery, 25335; fancy dairy, 2o25; fair to Reed, I7j20j Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9, ECC. .Oregon, lajc per dor. Beef. .Topsteers, 2.25(0.2.40 per lb: fan to good steers, 2V2 3.50; cows, i?2Vc; TAKEN UP.--.Two horses, one bro.nmfc white spot In forhead, left hind foot wC One bay, both hind feet while and bnoded on left shoulder. Horses are about 4 win. old and weigh about 1,500 and 1,300 pound.. 1 no above stock was tsken up t Life Townsend's farm 10 miles north of jSs.em. Br proving property and paying damipti tod expenses owner can have same. 829 1 n J. W. TOWNSEND. I'LOVTVUK SALh-A good ridlni plow ibf sale cheap. Inquire of G. E. iW.oce mile east of penitentiary. 6twi TO RENT, Dcublc coTtage on South Com. merclal and Belleview, two blocks from post office. Hot water and baths; modern in provements. Inquire 85 Commercial. 21 6i FOR SALE OK TKAUE.-An elegant i7 aero tract of land In Hampden Park addition. on Asylum avenue. Will trade for residence property in Salem. Address W., care Jew nal. FOR SALE OR TKAUE-45 acres its proyed farm land, 4 miles east of Salem,wita new houso, new barn, running water; will sellor trade for cheaper land, Add rest 0. M. Reoves, Salem. Or. 71710 l-'oK SALE-Uilving mare (or sale at a bar gain; weiuht about 1160; good traveler, In quire of Wm. Urown&Lo. jotf CAUl'El' I'AI'ER Large lot ol aest; brown wrapping paper (or sale cleap. hi the thing for putting; under carpets. Ctllt Journal office Best in the World! urcKsea Deet, 3(4ic. SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. San Francisco, Aug. 29 --Wheat, gCJf; WooL.Orecon. choice. ia'dli 10: Inferior; IS7C, vauey, Mesne, Hops Quotable at 34c. Did You Ever. Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your """' ". u a ooitie now ana get reiier. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure ol 1 lemale Complaints, exert a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to e organs, If you have loss of Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melan- nu?yir,ub,e,i.w,h D1"y SPe11' Elcctric Hitters IS tha medicine vnn nrl IT. -I.k .-.I Strength are guartnteed by Us use. Fifty cents and M,oot Fred A, Legg.s Drug Store Notice to the Public. Somo very busy person, with more time to attend to otUer peonlo'B af fairs than his own, has reported that wo are not buying wheat now days at tho mill. Tleaki tako notlco -that wo are at all times Jn tho market for wiicui. h. B. HoLLANn. Agent Salem Flouring Mills Co. 8 10 6t JAY YtoW.-Highest ,arket price paid for all kinds of hay, Brew, ter & White, 01 Court street. 20-3t Potatoes 5o65c per sack. Oats Milling, bWoo. ALbH MARKET. SAT Wheat. .42c per bit., market firm, Oats,. 30c. Hay.. Baled, cheat, 7.5o8.oo; timothy, 10.00. Flour.. In wholesale lots, 3.00; retail, 3.20; bran, bulk 11.0012.50; sacked, 12.00; shorts, ;2.5oi3.5o; chop feed, u.oo 12.00. Poultry.. Hens 5c; Spring chickens, fc U VeaL.Dressed, 3 y. Hogs Dressed, aVj3. Live Cattle.. 1 i2.; f Sheejj..Llve, l.2jt Wool.. Best, i2Vo. Hops,. Best, 45o. Eggs.. Cash. loc. Butter.. Best dairy, i2Vlc: fancy creamery uw. Cheese ,i2Vc. Farm Smoked r r iSnlHiiW "nBt A Meals . 90; shoulders, 5c. Potatos.,7ocperbu. Baco, OJcjhams Condensed TcsUmony. ' Chas. 11. Hood, Broker aud Manufacturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr. Kings New Discovery has no equal as a Cough remsdy. J. D, Brown, Prop of St. James Hotel. Ft. Wayue, Jnd., testsfles that ne was cured of a Cough of two years stand- nff. caueed by La Grippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery. B. F. Merrill, Baldwlnsville. .Mass., says that he has used and reccomendad It and never L-iii-w i in fnii sni .,.., i.i !.. have 1( than any doctor, because it alway cures. Mr Hemming, 222 E. 25th St., VhlCaCO. alwaYS keens it nt h-1,1 nn,l 1.9a nn r.. r-.- . .- i : - --. -- Store Branson Gv Sole Agcn(s, Salens SALEM WATER CO- Officei Willamette Hofel BuMn water servU:e apply at office. "' Make a lear of Croup, becayse t ln?t.aptlx telleves, Ereelrial Bottles at Fred A. Legg's Drug "Pnr watar navnWa monthly ilt advance. complaints at the office te lliere win dc no ucuuniw. ---;. n,. ausenso the enw. nn nrr.iin nf temDOTAry V" mww. . . .. , . .!. Mnx. citv unless notice is leu ' , "' .ri. Hereafter wa for Irrigation .W-Jj furnished to regular consumers Mine for domestic purpose. ConWeWB ", walks, brick work and pl-"" read "under building PP0lBnPaet schedule of rates for 1893. App'jr ,0DCV for copy ttifij- lialll fpitan f STOItlA, &&. k ' tSM firy P&8Z85S2kX.&. CVHVniytiisvxsn I INFANT HEALTH S SENT FREE M homltl0 &?0,cJh,at BtouId c ' very k o1?' Issued by the manufacturers g Gail Borden Eagle Brand u uonaensod Milk f ... H' Y Co.f. sed Mirk C. iUti,fflK5lwst IfewTwk ICjiS-N Kinder gaf ten and Frimary SchooJ garten, iociuuiub j-..- arate room. Also Training Class for Kifl&f' nets in ScpcflM a V t.