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CO frailf Capita Journal. ,-J tr-... IV H l :- fill K1.Y. SKF'T Js W ' ' , OMI.Y LINK TO KiKTLAND. steaY""bs Altona and Kamona t LE.VVI5 S IAILY ? 1,-Fortiinl. 6:45 a m J . Sil m 7 at m except Sunday. Quick llinr, regular service ami cheap ....rates ... M. I". BALDWIN. Atent, Salem. ,0 . . w '' ' " ' Jr1' A Few Prices ! A full line of GO-lnch all wool sack ing 50c. a yard. 30-inch all wool Series In a large line of shades 25c. a yard Ilopplckere Gloves, irood quality buck 50c. per pair. Best quality Outing Flannel. Heavy nap 10c. a yard. Indigo Blue prints 5c. a yard. See the men's suits, our special value at 85 a suit. Ladies Capes, beaded and braided. Stylish cut strap In front $3 each. Fcder's new brush skirt binding Try it JOc. a yard. J, J, Dalrymple Go, PERSONAL Luke Lynn was a Chemawa visitor this afternoon. Mrs, S. A. Sanford spent Wednes day in Portland. T. T. Gcercamo up from the lower valley this morning. ZIna J.Zinn and wife arc home from two months at seaside. Miss Lila Swafford returned tills afternoon from Waterloo. W. It. Anderson was among the Sa lcmltlcs visiting Portland today. Adjutant General li. B. Tut'tle came up from Portland this morning. District Attorney B.L.IIayden went to Gervais this morning on business. Secretary of State II. It. Klncaid re turned tills morning from Portland. Attorney It. J. Fleming was in Gervais and Woodburn today on busi ness. Banker A. Bush was among the Salemltes who had business In Port land today. Mrs. G. C. Litchfield and Mr. and Mrs. Shirley came up from Portland this morning. Miss Florence Moshicr went to Port land tills morning, on business and pleasure bent. F. E. Blllington, of La Fayettc.was the guest of A. F. McAtee and. family yesterday. Mr. Mrs. L. It. Stlnson went to Portland this morning expecting to return this evening. Supt. D, A. Palno of the insane asylum, was a Portland visitor today, going via the Salem local. Mrs. L. A. Savago and daughter, Miss Grace, went to Gervais tills after noon on u visit to relatives. Sonator-clcct. I. D. Driver from Lano county, was a Portland passenger via Salem Local this morning. Stato Prlntor W. II. Leeds was u Portland passenger this morning ex pecting to return this evening. S. Vcatcli lias been transferred to position of conductor on the Salem local, after a week's run on the Cali fornia overland. Lieut, and Mrs. E. A. Brooks,assist ant keeper at Capo Mears lighthouse, Tlllamook.county, are visiting his re latives In this city. New Hosiery, For men, women and children. The 'Albert" ftwt black, unsurpassed for pure dyes aud good wearing qualities. Prices from 10c. up. New Prints. Reds, blues, blacks, grays, browns, etc., 5o. a yard and up. Fine line twilled calicoes and printed black a tines. New Clothingi One hundred new suits for men, boys and children will arrlvo in a few days. Walt for the new arrivals and get tho best values. New Hats,' New Fedoras, still hats, crushers. straight rims, planters etc New Shoes, Men's all solid, stylish and service able Bhoes 91.50 a pair and up. Better ones2 to 8i. Big values in ladles and children's shoes. Our new capes uml Jackets please the ladles, T WMM aeos. L Co, 1 .1 ' Court and. Liberty, The CasliSiDrHOoodsClotlilnraud sijoo'Hoser'1 BWW TH'Z?" li'i' ' "" 1 iiiiinim-T"'" ' i'ii i teres. omRBMr Really Fast Black That's what sonic hose are not. Theze arc They're the best wearing nose yet produced, the boys' have double knee ami spliced heel. No. lOforplrls. No. 15 for boys. No. 10 Jor ladles. All 25 Cents, Ask to see them. T. flolversoD. Geo. D. Goodhue has returned from a trip down the valley and on the West side In the interest of the poul try exhibit for the coming state fair. Miss Mary E. Reynolds went to Portland this morning for a visit of a few days with relatives. Miss Rey nolds Is a member of the Willamette University faculty. Mrs. Jane Richards who has been visiting her brother, Hon. Jno. Minto, and other relatives, for several months, left'this morning for her home at Tip ton, la. Site was accompanied to Portland by A. T. Wain. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Breyman . re turned last evening from a five months' sojourn in Europe. JAn infor mal reception was last evening tend ered Mr. and Mrs. Breyman by rela tives and intimate friends. Geo. W. Davis and family returned this afternoon from the Pioneer stone quarries where they have spent the summer. Walter brings home a bear's skin as a trophy of his summer's out ing. Of course Walter killed Itl Alexander J. MclvorTyndall, hypno tist and mind reader of national fame whoso performances in Salem a few short months ago will be remembered, was married to Miss Margaret Logan, of Los Angeles on Sept. 3. Mies Logan is a niece of Gen. Logan. They are on their way cast by way of Victoria, B. C. The bride has our sympathy. Discharged. The electric car mo torman, who insulted Rev. II.L.Bark ley In front of Hotel Willamette last Saturday has not fared well, ne had an altercation the same day in a Sa lem saloon with a sliver man who slap ped his face and pulled Ills nose, but has also been discharged by the com pany. It pays to be polite oven to a man who Is always as polite as Elder Barkley. At Rickey. Councilman W. T. Rigdon will de liver an address at the Rickey school house tonight. Mr. Rigdon is an in teresting speaker and presents unde niable facts concerning the wliito metal, ne will also address the citi zens of Sllvcrton Saturday night. Bread for Hoppers. The bakery at Strong's restaurant is sending out four wagonB with bread baked fresli every morning 2,000 loaves a day now for the hop fields. About 1,000 loaves a day aro baked for tho regular city and country trado, Hop picking Is now In full blast and the appetites aro good if tho prices of hops are not. Electors. W. D. Hare, of Hills boro, filed his certificate a3 presi dential elector of the People's party. ne will ulso tile a resignation to com ply with the exact forms of tho law. Dr. W. W. Oglesly.of Junction, Demo cratic elector will do the sumo. Statu Sewer. Tho brickwork on tho stato sowor is all completed ex cept two manholes. Tho earthwork is being completed and Superinten dent Barr is closing up tho work as fast as lie can. Uucklon a Arnica Salvo The best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sores, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains, bruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to Live er fee satisfaction or money refunded. Price ae. cents a box For sale bv Fred A LeEK Call for Warrants. Notice Is hereby given that I have funds on hand to nay all warrants presented prior to April 4, 1605, and interest will cease on tho same from date of this notice. G. L. Brown. County Treasuror. Dated Sopt., 10, 1800. D-lO-Gtd A Requisition Was issued today by Governor Lord on the governor of California, for R. I). Banks, who is charged with steal ing a bicycle, and Is in jail ut San Franolsco. The Journal silver supplements at 91 a hundred are going otf rapidly, ltulso a little fund of dimes and quar tern and supply all your neighbors with campaign literature up to date. Soap Foam Wasliing Powder will not make the clothi wi wi noi maxe me ciouies yei- low, nor burnjthe 'hands, Up tho Valley. Geo. IX Goodhue Is working up con- jlderable Interest among the poultry raisers of the state with regard to making an exhibit of fowls at the state fair next month. He received great encouragement from the lower valley points and also on the West Side, several finu exhibits being as sured. Today Mr. Goodhue left for points up the valley. The distance to be covered south of here, will de pend upon with what success Mr. Goodhue meets between Salem and Eugene. If a number of cxhblts are forthcoming, this side of Eugene, Mr. Goodhue will probably go on to Rose burg, otherwise lie will return to Salem, since the express from points above is quite expensive, and poultry raisers above that point, would not feel financially able to make the ex hibit. Mr. Goodhue is well pleased with his .canvass thus far, and feels confident that, with pleasant weather until fair time, this specialty of the state fair, will prove a grand success. m i A Queer Acting Celestial. Tills morning about 4:30 o'clock the attention of Ofllcer O. D. Hutton was called to what appeared to be a threatening tire at the rear of Dr. Kum's residence in Chinatown, being located on Liberty street, between Court and State streets. Arriving tiiere Odlcer Hutton found a Celestial seated by the side of a huge bonfire that had been built to the rear of Dr. Kum's residence in close proximity thereto. His mind was apparently deranged and he presented! a pitiful sight as he was seated on tiie ground pulling a poisonous cigatettc. He was taken to the city jail, and at 11 o'clock this morning he was taken before County Judge Terrell and examined as to his sanity. As a result of the examina tion, he was released. When arrested he refused to talk, but when brought before Judge Terrel, he conversed rapidly. His name is Sin, one of tho residents of Chinatown, and his actions are strange at best. Simply Filthy. Of all tho filthy people now living Conductor S. Veatcli, of the Salem local, till nks he has detected one In the person of a Salem woman. Last evening on leaving the passenger coach, this woman left laying on the seat wrapped in a newspaper, some of her baby's soiled garments, the stench arising therefrom being any thing but pleasant and agreeable to any one who was obliged to remove them from the car. Only a few weeks since a woman residing at Woodburn practiced the same filthy habit. The general appearance and comfort of the coaches would be greatly improved if the occupants would entertain and carry out somo idea of decency. Conductor Veatch justly feels indig nant at such treatment from passeng ers. Work of Burglars. Yesterday Paul Sroat discovered that two of tho bicycles ho had on display In the Commercial street Bowling Alley, had been stolen. The wheels were missed Tuesday, by Mr. Sroat, but he thought his partner, O. J. Wilson, had disposed of them, but upon (that gentleman's return to tho city yesterday, it was decided tho wheels were stolen. One was -a '05 Victor, belonging to E C. Glltner, and the other was a Crown, model '00, the property of Sroat & Wilson. En trance was effected through the back door. On the same night a 38-callbre double action revolver was stolen from J. J. Maurer's show window. Probate Court. In the matter of tho estate of Mary Ann Avert, deceased, the depositions of Josephine Sullivan, a resident of New Orleans, and Vincent Avert, Eliza A. Gill, Elizabeth B. Roth, E. N. Sherburno and Oliver Marlonneaux have been received by the probate court. These were taken before Edgar Grlum, a notary publlo at New Orleans. Frederick Neckerman, of Salem, is tho administrator of tho estate. Needs Kelp. Trof. Carl Behrens, who came to this country from Germany nearly two years ago, is an educated German gentleman who is much in need of assistance. Ho is an excellent teacher of German, French, Spanish and music, and the German people who read this paper, are urged to tako a friendly Interest in him. Ho is at No. 18 Center street. Rev. Muell- haupt vouches -for his character as a man. Weather Forecast. Thursday night and Friday fair. Weather con ditions generally aro very favorable to securing the hop and grain crop. H i IM i i Take No Substitute Gall Borden Eagle Brand -. CONDENSED MILK .,lUJlWtt0?d rniST to tht wtlnu. luq oc in Anurkin IVopI. Ko other is v i aw( uiui ZMi, INTERNATIONAL BIMETALI 1ST. Hon. J. B. Mntitgonifry, a Portland capitalist, and old time Republican, who has always been a strong advocate of international bimetallism, was Mtit a copy of The Journal the other day. and writes us as follows: "lainjiot against McKlnioyJ only against the Republican speakers who are talking as If the gold standard Is desirable. I have, as you know, always been an International bimctal llst, and a believer that the de monetization of silver has caused the fall in prices or commodities, and brought disaster -upon the country, and especially upon the farming classes. If the fanning classes are badly off, so also must be the laboring class. I have always doubted the propriety of our country attempting toremonetlze silver without the aid of foreign nations. But lately MY FEARS HAVE 11EEN SOMEWHAT ALLAYED BY THE GREAT ANXIETY exhibited by enoland and their promise that they would open the Indian mints, If other countries would do so. I believe that France would be ready at a moment's notice to open her mints also if the United States and Indian mints were opened. "I read your paper with a great deal of interest. I have no fear THAT THE ELECTION OF BRYAN WILL PRODUCE A PANIC." AT COURT HOUSE. County Commissioners in Session. Other News. At the session of the county court, this morning, the reglar monthly bills were audited and other business was transacted. In matter of tho petition of E. G. Haseeltlne and others for a county road In the vicinity of Mill City, J. M, Eskew, F. N. Taylor and Jas. Cox were appointed as viewers with County Surveyor B. B. Herrick to view the road. They will meet Sep tember 22. A contract for putting in a bent in tho Thompson bridge, near Wood burn, was let to B. N. Dimick for $30. contract awarded to P. Cartwrlght to build a bridge on Salem-Silverton road for 95 cents per foot J. M.Eskew was appointed to receive bids at Mehama for polling hill known as the Marlon Taylor hill. At next term of court bids will be received from tho gas and electric light companies respectively for fur nishing the court house with lighting. For the past several years the court house has been lighted by electricity, the contract for which expired last January and has not since been renewed. The two light com panies will now have an equal chance at securing the Job. Mrs. M. Schafer, of Mount Angel, was allowed $2.50 per month. The court has audited all bills and disposed of all business that came be fore it and win. spend tomorrow in viewing the county's bridges. IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE. Chas. Schmitt and Anna E. Schnei der was the happy couple to whom County Clerk Ehlen today issued a marriage license. R. H. Leabo for Faber & Neis today filed hop contracts with County Clerk L. V. Ehlen, as follows: P. P. and Homer Gouley, of Brooks, 20,000 pounds at 5 cents, 31 picking money; 0. It. Hougham, of Mt. Angel, 14,000 pounds at 5 cents, 3 per pound pick ing money; P. It. Johnson, of Mt. Angel, 0,000 pounds at 5 cents, 3 to be advanced as picking money. Gun Boats Planned. If Japan carries out tho plans sh e has made, she will have a flotilla of gunboats that can steam 40 knots an hour. The vessels are to be driven and lighted by electricity, and the twin screw propellers placed a little above amidships. The boats are to be wholly or partly submergeable, and to mako this process easy they will be little more than mere hulls, devoid of outworks of any kind. It Is believed the new class of war vessels will be de signed entirely as an attempt to em body the principles which have been advocated by so many naval experts of putting into a small compass with extraordinary speed fighting power which may cope with realy big war- snips. State of Ohio, Citv or Toledo, J Lucas County, j m Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL. LARS lor each and every case of Catarrh that cannet be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Curk. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. I69D. I . A . W. Gleason, 1 Se1'-1 Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimnnials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. CPSold by Druggists, 75c Private School. Tho first term will open September 21. Punlls received from nrlmarv to high school grades. Classes small, and best personal work given to each pupil. Vocal inuslo oue hour each week by Prof. R. A. Heritage. Draw ing, and plain and artistic needlework each week- bv finenlnlists. Tuition low. Patronage cordially solicited. Mrs. J. E. Watson. 9 9 lw d j DROWNED IN THE SURF A Correspondent Tell Hovir Two Men Lost Their Lives Woods, Sept., 6. 1890. A party of five fisherman in two boats left here Saturday morning for Sllctz river for the purpose or fishing for the cannery, uort when they reached-Xcslut'cu bar they were driven back, the btr bolngso rongh, but the second nttumpt was success ful, after an hour's lulrd pulling against the tide, but when they reached Salmon river tho fog was so dense they thought best to land there but in attempting to cross the bar It was 80-rougli tiiattlie small boat with two men was- upset and the two men were drowned, one being Marlon Painter, formerly of Salem and Rufus Whiteman of this place, at last re ports the bodies had not been recov ered but as the tide was coming in and some of their baggage had washed ashore, there is hopes that the bodies may yet be found. The larger boat was near at hand but the water was rough they could render them no assistance. The unfortunate boys were in a small skiff. X Three pounds Salmon for 25c. Doty's. at Do you like Develed Ham ? If so'try our 5cent article it's all right, "We have some very Jgood canned Apricots that we are closing out at 10c, Washing ammonia, full quarts, 15c per bottle. HflRRITT 5 LAWRENCE, P, O, Grocery, Agents for WorldBeater So'ap, , DIED. CRUISE At 2:45 p. m., Wednesday, Sept.9.1890,at the residence in North Salem,of cancer trouble, Mrs. Agnes Cruise, aged 48 years. SHIRLEY At their home in Port land, at 3 p. m., Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1890, Paul Litchfield.son of Mr. and Mrs. George Shirley.aged 2 years and 28 days. Remains arrived in Salem on the Roseburg mail train this morning and funeral services were conducted from the residence of Mrs. James Shlrlev. corner Capital and Center streets at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Disastrous Runaway. The team belonging to Chris. Peterson, who re sides south of town, attached to a wood wagon, enjoyed a short runa way last evening that proved rater dis astrous to the wagon, but fortunately not serious to its occupant. The team started from near the postolllce and were caught on Front street, near Center. In the course of the runa way the wagon was badly demolished, being scatted along the street. Mr. Peterson was thrown from the wagon soon after tho team started, but sustained no serious injury. Some people suffer with a constant headache that comes from eyestrain, and the proper remedy is a proper pair of good glasses properly fitted by Charles II. Hinges. 235 Commercial St. tf Chickens at Doty's. Will Not PerformMiracles But It Will Cure. DR. MILES' RESTORATIVE NERVINE cures nervous prostration. Not mi raculously, lmt scientifically, by first removing the cerms of disease, and then upp)7lng healthy nervo food, Increasing tho appetite, helping digestion and strength ening tho entire system. Desperato cases require prolonged treatment as shown by that of Mrs. M. B. Rood, of Delta, Iowa, who wrues: -as tne resuitof aJIgbtnlngtroke, the physicians said I had a light stroke of para'-sls, my limbs would all draw up. I Dr. Miles' 'would bavo throbblngs -. in my chest that soemed IlCTYlIlS unendurable. For three DuctnfflP months I could not sleep itCMUiCS and for three weeua riiri Wpiith not clos8 tty eres- 1 Uk,dUU.,.. prayed for sleep, and felt that If relief did not come I would be dead or insane. I toos Dr. Jtiles1 Restora tive Nervine and the second night slept two hours and from that time on my health Im proved! slowly at first, but steadily and surely. I took in all -M bottles, and I cannot express how jrauful I am. for I am now perfectly well, an J have tuken no medicine for over four months." Dr. Miles' Nervine is told by druggists ca guarantee that first bottle benefits or moaty refunded. Memcalci:.WkSarVl"dri,:fileS For Two DaysACFfMay and S pecial Glove Sam Dresden 5 hook glove, Fosters Eduardo 8 button Mosquetaine. Eskay, to close, Lyons, best Foster Rrfra va1irl U UUJ Extra valued the cethrafrA pair guaranteed, $1.30. 257 Commercial st. The dealer who says, "1 have no Hoe Cul.e soap," practically admit that lie does not sell first quality gcod It he says he has something ".fust is oon" you will know at once that ho is tryllig to sell yQU an in ferior article. There is more cloathlng destroyed by poor soap than by actual wear, as the free alkali rots the cloth. Hon Cake contains neither free alkali nor worthless filling. CASTORIA i For Infants and Children. Tl9 tit- ilnila elguttus OX 18 M irirr &! To the Taxpayers of Marion County. The county board of equalization will convene at 9 o'clock a. m., Aug ust 31, 1890, and will be in session six consecutive days. D. D. Coffey, county assessor. d&w JOHN HUGHES, Dealer in groceries, paints, oils, window glass, varnishes, and the most complete stock of brushes of all kinds in the state, Artists' materials, lime, hair, cement and shingles, and finest quality of p;rass seeds. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GERMAN TEACHER.-Prof. Carl Behrens, No. 18 Center street, instructor in modern languages and music pianos and organs tuned. g io td FOR SALE OR TRADE Two improved lots, ill Icintls nf frllif nn crt ..nv tin m big bargain for cash; addres tf. this office, WINTER PASTUREFor good winter pas lure for horses inquire one block west b! the North Salem school. Robert Crayton. g 9 in FOUND.r-Medicine case, same by proving property this card. Owner can have and paying for 9 9 3t PICKLING CUCUMBERS. J have a fine lot of pickles for sale at my place near the penitentiary. Five cents per gallon. 9 ' im A. N. BANTA. TAKEN UP.. TWO hrtrw- rtn krrhvjit wltU wiiuc spoi in lornead, left bind foot white. One bav. both hind li-l tuliit imJ I,.l.,l ........ w..w .J.U.... .., On left shoulder. Tfnrci-c it. nWuii . ..,.. old and weigh about .1,500 and 1,300 pounds. The above stock . was taken' up at'Lafe lownsend's farm. 10 miles north of Jjalem.i toy proving property and paying- damages and expenses owner can have same. 8 29 im J. W. TOWNSEND. FqR SALE-Driving mare for sale at a bar- gain; weight about 1160; good traveler. In- er, I 30 tf nunc ui tim, urown a. lo CARPET PAPKR!a W i- ....- brow'l. wrapping paper for sale cheap. Jus V- '""'B y i1"""1!! unacr carpers, t-all a Journal office. PLOW FOR SAI Pl ,!,!.!.. ... rl ,!. -..- T . " V A iir'"Jy r'u "" ... w.ajj. inquire 01 u, c. j'ayne, one .. . uuimiai;, UlWir WANTLrJ, Solicitors for campaign book "Bryan, Sewall and Free Silver, authorized by Bryan, written by R. L. Metcalf, Editor Omaha World-Herald, appointed author by ..i.ii, vjoniains spcecnes aiul platlorm. A bonanza for agents, a free silver mine for workers. Only J t 50. The only autnorized book. So per cent. Credit given. Fcight Paid Outfit free. TVmn nnu, utl. M.3. p( territory. Permanent, profitable woikifor .96. Address The NationaUBcok Concein: -"mS tfi It Saturday ,' S 98 1 15 j 25 HJT 1 M M?nn! . i4 ' ' ' "' rranccsco' Ever THE MARKETS, SILVER. New Yock.tSept. 10 Silver, (gy-.i. 250. LIVE STOCK. Chicago, Sept. 10. Hop-.iM. ,, ... 3.30; heavy 2.203 25. K 8 l "3 '(' Cattle, Beeves $3.io(3c ,e. rmw heifers Jt.2S3.2S. 5 5" C0M Kheep-farket dull; lower GRAIN. oS!,l5c6!i0c.i,Sep, ,o-Wh'.-571(c PORTLAND MARKET. PROVISION. Portland, Sept. 10. Wheat wile. . 52; Walla Walla, 4849. ;' 5" Flour Portland. 2.75; Benton 0m, 2.75; graham, 2.30; superfine. $2.15 Wr km Oats-White, 3o3ic; grey, 2SiVirolW in bags, $4.255.25, barrels IE cases, 3.75. 15W., Potatoes.. Oregon, 85c per cwt Hay. .Good, iolo.50 per ton. Wool.. Valley, 89c; Eastern Orte. 57C Millstufis. .Bran,$l2.5oai4.5onorti,in ra Poultry- Chickens, mixed,23.oo broil. ers, $I.252.25; ducks, $2a3; geese, J36: turkevs, live, 10. "" ' Hides.. green, sailed 60 lis 3c; trader 60 lbs 44c; sheep pelts, lo7oc ' Hops Contracts for new crop are beia' made at 6a6c. Butter.. Oregon fancy creamery, 25035; fancy dairy, 202S; fair to Rood, 1720; Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9, Eggs.. Oregon, I2jcperdoz. Beef. .Topsteers, 2.2502.40 per lb; ha to good steers, 22 3-3; cows, i2c dressed beef, 34c. SAN FKANClbCO MARKET. an rrancisco, nept. 9 --Wheat, 96a; Wool.. Oregon choice, lonc; inferior c, valley, ecjoc. Jons Onotahle at 2f3uc. Potatoes 6o9ocper sack. Uats Milling, 85CCJJ90. SALEM MARKET ' Wheat. .41c per Du., market firm. Oats .232Sc Hay .Baled, cheat, 7.oo7.2S; timoih, 8.30. I ITlm.v Tn wir1calf Intc 4 fin rr.!t j.oo; bran, bulk 1 1.5012.50; sacked, 12.00; M1UIIB, lA.jmjtflJ.JV, tlU .ecu, 11.14,9 I2.O0. Poultry. .Hens 3c; Spring chickens, 5c lb. Veal.-Diessed, 3 j. Hogs.. Dressed, 23K- Live Cattle.. 1 J(a., Sheep.. Live, 1.23.3 Wool., Best, 12VJC. Hop1!.. Best, 4So- Eggs.. Cash. loc. Butter.. Best dairy, I2c; fancy creiBti; 20c. Cheese .i2Vc. Farm Smoked Meats liaci, 6c; hmi 90; shoulders, 5c. Potatoes. ,7oc per bu A Milion Gold Dollars Would not bring happiness to the person suffering with dyspepsia, but Hood's Sir saprilla has enred many thousands of cses of this disease. It tones the stomach, rtjuhiei the bowels and puts ail the machinery of As system in good working order. It creates a good appetite and gives health, strength um happiness. Hood's Pills act harmoniouly with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver ills. 25 cents. Wanted Alliiirls toknowttiat"Hoe Pni will nnt, innko their hands red like common soap. Save the wrappers.. They are worth a cent apiece. J Best in the World! TV.r.C.riM.h' WK5B T,il mm jf ' Aif -- , Branson & Co . Sok Agents, Saksu Jtar Building, Chicago. 8i(3otij