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! Sal in 7 a. in , c x e ) Sumtay.
' Quick time, regular service and cheap
i ....rates ...
M M. P. IIALDW1N,
J Agent, Salem.
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Gold Medal.
Black Dress Goods,
Every yard (if "Gold Mertiil" good
Is guaranteed like this: Thar If good-
are not entirely satisfactory, Me will
cheerfully refund the money.
The above Is a guarantee of the
manufactures to us, and we In turn
give the same to you. You therefore
run no risk. .
Sarah Bernhardt says: '-Every lady
should add a dress of such fabric to
her wardrobe."
3TThlrty more pieces of these f?ocds
came Saturday.
J, J, Dalrymple Co,
BARKLEY AND PENNOYER.
Another Bryan Supplement With Two
Great Speeches.
Not all could hear Pennoycr and
Barkleyat the great Bryan ratifica
tion at Salem. So The Jouhnal has
printed In supplement form the great
speeches made on that occasion by
those two gentlemen. They -will (be
supplied from this olllce at $lHjcr
100 or $7 per 1,000 postpaid. Wo have
btlll supplements with Bryan's speech
of acceptance at New York and
Mitchell on the Impossibility of In
ternational Bimetallism.
No Moan Low FaiiE. Commenc
ing tomorrow morning the extremely
low fare of $1.50 per round trip be
tween Salem and Portland via the
C.l1..v l.l ...1111 4.1-.... 1 J
good on any and all trains, (Shasta
Limited excluded) good for. thirty
days, will go Into affect. The local
has been enjoying a very liberal pat
ronage from thcjb'nlein traveling pub
lic since the law rates went into cITcct
und It will not bo taken off so long as
It can bo operated witli a icasonable
protlt for the company.
Buyan Ci.uus. The Bryan club of
Eola lias sixty members and speaking
Saturday night. The- Saleiii Bryan
club has now over 100 members en
rolled. The campaign funds arc all
being used In distribution of litera
ture and education of the people.
The Silverton club has 2T0 members
and a majority of tbo voters of the
two Silverton precincts arc for Bryan.
II. L. Barkloy speaks at Jcirerson
Friday evening.
Weather Forecast.
For Wednesday and Thursday fair
warmer. Bains have fallen all over
tlio valley the pass 121 hours, helping
out tlio late potato crop. No damage
has been done to hops.
m
No Council Mektino. Tlio city
fathers nssomblcd in the council
chambers last night but no business
whatovor was transacted. A motion
o adjourn until next Monday evening
passed unanimously after assembling.
In Town,
You'll bo surprise .,
Won't "yellow the clothes."
Won't burn your hands.
Nothing equals it.
Botter than soap.
Extra largo packages.
Soap Foam Wash lug Powder. John
Hughes.
Ready for Fall
Business
With an clcirant now- stock of
Dress Goods and Trimmings,
Capes and Jackets,
Fine Shoes of all kinds,
Men's, youths and Boys suits
and Overcoats,
Hosiery and Underwear,
Blankets and Quilts,
Hats, Caps, Gloves and Urn
brcllas.
Theso goods aro all bought for
cash la tlio best markets, and will bo
sold for cash at our usual low cash
prices. Call und see us. We will do
you good.
.Willis Bros, 6, Co.
Court and Liberty.
The Cash Dry Goods, Clothing and
Shoo Houw. ,
This is our celebrated
Dollar CorsetCCC
One of the best shapes in the
world. Comes in black and
drab coutil
For 50 CcnisXXX
We can give you the same
shape exactly in good black
satine. 1 he best corset lor tne
mnnev that ever came to Sa
lem, Ask for them.
T. HoiversoD.
PERSONAL.
Secretary! of State
Klncald is at
Astoria.
Ed. Carter went to Portland this
morning.
Walter Denton was atPortland vis
itor today.
Leon Holland was a Portland vis
itor today.
Win. Stalgerhad business in Port
land today.
0. -Stolz was a north bound pass
enger via Salem local.
A. J. Ottenhelmer went north on
the Salem local today.
F. G. Davis was a noithbound pas
senger this afternoon.
Capt. J. L. Smith cam-; down this
afternoon from Corvallis.
State Supt. G. M. Irwin returned
tills morning from Portland.
Miss Minnie Tasker was a home
coming passenger this afternoon.
A. Strong left this morning on a
business trip to Southern Oregon.
State Treasurer Phil Mctschan was
a passenger to Portland this morning,
ing for Portia ml, Tacoma and Seattle.
Miss Helen Clow arrived In the city
this' afternoon on a visit to her uncle
S.-A. Illggs.
.Mrs. A.S. Brasllcld, who bus been
visiting her mother, Mrs. E.C. Small,
returned this morning to Portland.
Geo. D. Goodhue returned this
morning from a trip up the valley in
the poultry exhibit at the State farm
tills fall.
Gen. W..1I. Udell lert this afternoon
for Astoria, where he will attend a
meotltig of the staee land commis
sioners tomorrow.
los. Albrccut, Janitor at the State
capitol, went to Portland this morn
ing to spend a well earned vacation
of about two weeks.
J. II. Albert returned last evening
from Indianapolis, 1 ud., wliere he at
tended tlio national convention of
sound money Democrts.
Mrs. C. Wolverton went to Albany
this morning, where she expects to
meet a sister, Mrs. H. A. Powell, of
San Bernardino California.
Miss Jeanetto Brown, who has been
visiting Iter brother, Eugenia A. L.
Brown of tlio Salem water works left
Tuesday for her homo in Des Moines,
la.
Louis Brounsteiii came down from
I All. ...ii. r ii iirr.il i.v -.rt tl ti lid
WUUIIJ UU KIIU IIIUIIIIII UlUUUilU)
going on down to Portland via Salem
local. Mr. Brounsteiii furmcly was
an employe of theSaleni Consolidated
Street By. Company but Is now a
successful business man in Albany.
Mrs. C. E. Wordeu and daughter,
Miss May, arrived In tlio city from
Klamath Indian Agency, and will
spend the winter hero at the homo of
E. F. Parkhurlt, on Summer street.
Miss May will attend school In the
Capital city.
Wheels Uv.tuknei). Paul Sroat
returned this morning on tlio early
morning train from Corvallis whither
ho went yesterday to recover tlio two
wheels that wero recently stolon from
Salem. Mr. Sroat recovered tlio
wheels without any dltllculty, bring
ing one home with him this morning,
while the other nrrlved by express.
The men stealing the wheels have not
yet boon apprehended.
The New York Racket Is located
opposite tlio First National bank.
Visit our store onco and you will bo
our steady customers. 3t -
Oja-STOBLI-i.
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UNIVERSITY OPENS TODAY.
Choral Society Reorganized- Other News
From Our Local University.
The various buildings and camptH
of Willamette t'nlverslty will giveiE. II. Uunliun
unmistakable evidence of school work J day appoint oil
between
now and next June. The
doors of Willamette were thrown
open this morning for the opening of
another school year. The number of
new pupils tills year is certainly re
markable, fully one half registering
for the lirst time. This morning
President Haw ley had enrolled 90 stu
dents and ere a few short weeks have
Dassed. it Is estimated the enrollment
will have passed the 200 mark in the
rinlWnnf Liberal Arts alone. This
year promises by far to be the most
successful in the history of school and
the management is greatly pleased
with the outlook.
Chapel exercises were conducted
this morning by President W.C. Haw
ley, all members of the faculty, with
the exception of Prof. Emil Winkler,
being seated on the rostrum, while
numerous visitors were accommodated
with seats in the rear of the chapel.
Following the usual chapel exercises
President Ilawlcy made a short ad
dress In which he impressed upon the
students' minds the Importance of
preparing themselves for the various
undertakings in the business world,
lie directed the' attention of bis
hearers to the policy of the school, in
regard to mental, moral and physical
development.
The forenoon was devoted to assign
ment of lessons for tomorrows reci
tations. The two Christian associations will
give a -reception to new membors,
probably the last of this week when a
delightful time Is anticipated.
Prof. R. A Heritage will organize
a glee club consisting of all "music
ally inclined" students, who will
spend about a half-hour every morn
ing learning college songs.
A reorganization of the Salem
Choral Society was effected last eyen
Idg at the university chapel. About
seventy-five of Salem's best vocalists
were present and placed their names
on the membership roll. A groat
many others who were unable to be
present last night will probably add
their names to the membership roll
ere another meeting is held. The
olllcers elected last night were: Presi
dent, Scott Bozorth; vice-president,
J. B. T. Tuthlll; secretary, Miss
Anna Atwood; treasurer, J. W. BleU
ford; First marshal, C. E. Roblin;
second marshal, Miss Tcnta Kimball;
vocal Instructor, R. A. Heritage; as
sistant instructor, Emil Winkler;
pianist, Emil Winkler; assistant, Miss
Bucklon o Arnica Salve
The best Salve in the world i for Cuts,
Sores, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Uruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay roquircd. It is guaranteed to
Live per fee satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents a box. For sale by Fred A
Legg
BORN.
LEABO In Depot addition to Sa
lem, Sunday, Sept. 13, 1896, to Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Lcabo, a son.
SULLIVAN. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1890
at their homo in University addi
tion, to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sullivan,
a daughter.
m
The Ideal Panacea.
James L-. Francis, Alderman, Chi
cago, says: 'I regard Dr. King's Now
Discovery as an Ideal Panacea lor
Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints,
having used It In my fumily for the
last tlvo years, to the exclusion or phy
sicians' prescrldtlonsorothe'r prepara
tions.' Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk. Iowa,
writes: "I have been n Minister or
tlio Methodist Episcopal Church for
fifty years or more, and have never
round anything so beneficial, or that
gave me such speedy idler as Dr.
Klnc's Now Discovery." Try this
Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial Bot
tles Tree Fred A. Legg's Drug Store.
Did you ever trade at a ono price
cash store. If not, try the New York
Racket. Their goods are the best.and
prices the lowest. 3t
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tit ho-
ilaili
er
' it a
tir
Many persons sutler with a constant
headacho that conies from eye strain,
a pair of good glasses properly fitted
will relelyo this. Your eyes tested (
free. 1
Charles II. Hincik.h.
Graduate Optician.
2.r Commercial St. tr
Musical Courses, 1
Dr. 'A. M. Parvin begins his work In '
Salem Saturday, September 10th. '
Class lessons given at the parlors of
Mis. B. J. Sharpc. 'Courses tu all the
important branches of musical study.
Nothing superior in the Northwest.
A limited number or pupils can bo ac
commodated. 9 14 lOt
Having Hoe Cake Soap in
your kitchen or bath once
means always.
W5
AT MARIONS CAPITAL.
Business Transacted in the Various De
partments In matter of ette of Peter Bet,
ofDftroit was lue--uiltninl-tralor.
The
decedent left porMiiial property con
sisting or 20 In gold ami a Home
stead claim on which lie had not
proed up at the time of His death.
Judge Trrell nidered citation to
issue yesterday to Marcel la C. Grier
son and I W. Durbin, administrators
of the estate or David Grierson, re
quiring them to appear before him on
the 2tith of September, at 1 a. in., to
show vuuse,lf any, why a claim ot the
Capital Consolidated Gold and Silver
Mining Co. for $:t(iJ.l)2 claimed as due
on assessments levied on the capital
stock on September 2, 1889, and Octo
ber 13, 1891, should not be paid. Tlio
petitioner (being the company) also
prays for an order of the court, allow
ing and approving the claim against
the estate and directing the adminis
trators t pay the same out or the
property of decedent.
Bids for sawing of the court house
wood have been opened. The bids
were as follows: Taylor & McCrackcn
Fir, 25 cents per cord, oak, 30 cents;
James Shantz Fir, 25 cents, oak, 40
cents; W. M. Mclntire Fir, 15 cents,
oak, 35 cents: W. II. Cross-Both 25
cents per cord. The latter being the
lowest was awarded the work.
Wm. Miller and Johsua Adler, na
tives of Germany, renounced their
allegiances to the emperor, and will
hereafter be subjects of Uncle Sam.
McKlnley Mitchell, of Gervals, to
day tiled a hop contract with the
county clerk for Thompson r& Co., of
of New York, whereby W. 11. Egan
and John C. Con&rd agree to furnish
10,000 pounds or the crops or 18DG-'97-'98-'09
at 7 cents per pound for the
tlrst year's crop, and 8 cents ror the
three years' crops succeeding; four
cents Is to be advanced about Septem
ber 1st each year, tor picking.
Geo. G. Brown was today appointed
administrator or the estate or David
Waldo, deceased, and filed a bond with
the county clerk, for 81200, with Wm.
Waldo as surety
A marriage license was today issued
toC. A. Brown, of Franklin, Lano
county, and Winnie M. Kinser, or
Silverton. Since the bride is under
18 years of ago the consent of her
patents to the marriage was neces
sary before the license could bo Issued.
Hop contracts were filed with Re
corder F. W. Waters today as follows:
M. J. and J. R. White, of Marquam,
arc to deliver Elsas & Pietz, of Cln
clnnatl, O., 8,000 pounds at 5 cents per
pound. Nick Rirchet to JSjS.
cents per pound, no picking money to
be advanced.
The motion on the part of the heirs
to set aside the will of the late J. L.
Parrish if being argued before Judge
G. P. Terrell today. It is likely
the case will occupy two or
three days before all testimony on
either side has been given. Attorneys
ror the heirs are D'Arcy & Richard
son. Mrs. Mattlo A. Parrish is repre;
sented by Geo. G. Bingham and ex
United States Atorney-General Wil
liams, or Portland".
State ov Ohio, City of Toledo, I
Lucas County, .j m
Frank J, Chenkv makes oaih that he is
tlie senior partner of the firm of F.J. Cheney
ii 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 for cacli and every case of Catarrh
that cannnt be cured by the use of Hall's
Catarrh Curv.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, tins 0th day of December, A D.J
IS90.
1 ' 1 A . W. Gleason.
Seal. Notary Public
I
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
.ind acts directly on the blood and mucous
surface.; of the system. Send for testimonials
tree.
F. J. 'Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
lltTSold by Druggists, 75c.
Call for Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that I have
funds on hand to pay all warrants
presented prior to April 4, 1893, and
interest will cease on the same from
date of this notice.
G. L. Brown,
County Treasurer.
Dated Sept., 10, 169G. 9-10-(itd
Private School.
The first term will open September
21. Pupils received from primary to
high school grades. Classes small,
and best personal work given to each
pupil. Vocal music one hour each
week by Prof. R. A. Heritage. Draw
ing, and nlaln and artistic needlework
each week by specialists. Tuition
low. Patronage cordially solicited.
1 Mhs. J. E. Watson.
IliOlwd
FAILING MANHOOD
General and Nervous Debility.
Wcaknws of Body and
Mlud. i:trecU of Errors
or Kiotoses In, Old or
Young. Itobust, Nobis
Mauhood full v Hestorud.
How 10 Jnlarco and
Htrencrthen Weak. Un
developed Portions of
Body. Absolutely nn
falling TIouieTrcaUncnt.
lloneflts in a day.
v fmm Ra Hfnint Ami Frirelzn
ypunmes. tsenil roc Descrlpuvj-t hook, ex
planr.uou and proofs, maiU-d (sealodj free.
ERIE MEDICAL G0aj Buffalo, N. Y.
1 MCSyFtrrvlmlil
.Men testlf
I THE UNION CAMPMGW.
Dates and Appointments for Bryan Meet
ings.
The Bryan I'nlmi (-.mpiilgn emit
mittee announces the folio a lug l.n's
.ind appointments fin speakers In tiii
state.
County committees and local chair
man should make arrangements for
these meetings and communicate with
the state central commit tee, compo-ed
of John C.Young, M. A. Miller and
Frank V. Drake, rooms 405, (i and 7,
Chamber of Commerce, Portland.
HON. M. L. OLMSTEAD.
Forest Grove, Monday. Oct. n.
North Yamhill, Tuesday, Oct. G.
McMinnvlllc, Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Sheridan, Thursday, Oct. 8.
Ballston, Friday, Oct. 9.
Dallas, Saturday, Oct. 10.
Independence, Monday, Oct. 12.
Newport, Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Toledo, Wednesday, Oct. 14.
Philomath. Thursday, Oct. 15.
Halsey, Friday, Oct. 10.
Junction, Saturday, Oct. 17.
Eugene, Monday, Oct. 19.
Cottage Grove, Tuesday, Oct. 2.
Drain, Wednesday, Oct. 21.
Oakland, Thursday, Oct. 22.
Roseburg, Friday, Oct. 23.
Grants Pass, Saturday, Oct. 21.
Medford, Monday, Oct. 20.
Ashland, Tuesday, Oct. 27.
Springlicld, Wednesday, Oct. 28.
Salem, Thursday, Oct. 29.
Oregon City, Friday, Oct. 30.
Do you like Develed Ham 1 If so'try our 5ccnt
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.
HflRRlTT S LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery.
Agents for WorldBeater Soap.
Portland, Saturday, Oct. :l.
HON. J. J. "WHITNHV.
Dallas, Thursday, Sept. 17.
Wlllitulna, Friday, Sept. 18.
Oregon City, Saturday, Sept. 19.
Woods, Monday, Sept. 21.
Tillamook City, Tuesday, Sept. 22."
Holwmvlllo, AVednesday, Sept. ?'.
Tillamook, Sept. 24, 25, 2(1, ::,
Tillamook committee.
North Yamhill, Tuesday, Sept. 29.
Dayton, Wednesday, Sept. 30.
Amity, Thursday, Oct 1.
Ballston, Friday, Oct. 2.
Salem, Saturday, Oct. 3.
Silverton. Monday. Oct. 5.
- Majrton, Tuesuay, bept.j..
Uimsville. Wednesday. Sent.
l(i.
Jefferson, Thursday, Sept. 17.
Lyons, Friday, Sept. 18.
Scio, Saturday, Sept. 19.
Lebanon, Monday, Sept. 21.
Sliedds, Tuesday, Sept. 22.
Monroe, Wednesday, Sept. 23.
Junction City, Thursday, Sept. 24.
uoiason, jmaay, sept. o.
Deadwood, Saturday. Sept. 20.
Seaton, Monday, Sept. 28.
Florence, Tuesday, Sept. 29.
Ileceta, Wednesday, Sept. 30.
Waldrop, Thursday, Oct. 1.
Tidewater, Friday, Oct. 2.
Alsea, Saturday, Oct. 3.
Philomath, Mondaj Oct. 5.
Granger, Tuesday, Oct. 0.
Suver, Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Monmouth, Thursday, Oct. 8.
Dallas, Friday, Oct. 9.
Sheridan, Saturday, Oct. 10.
Ballston, Monday, Oct. 12.
Lafayette, Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Sherwood, Wednesday, Oct. 14.
Oswego, Thursday, Oct. 15.
HON. w. s. u'ren.
Astoria, Wednesday, Sept. 10.
Astoria, Thursday, Sept. 17.
Portland, Friday, Sept. 18.
Portland, Saturday, Sept. 19.
Beaverton, Monday, Sept. 21.
Hlllsboro, Tuesday, Sept. 22.
Centerville, Wednesday, Sept. 23.
Forest Grove, Thursday, Sept. 24.
North Yamhill, Friday, Sept. 25.
Dundee, Saturday, Sept. 20.
Wheatland, Monday, Sept. 28.
Zena, Tuesday, Sept. 29.
Monmouth, Wednesday, Sept. 30.
Kings Valley, Thursday, Oct. 1.
Philomath, Friday, Oct. 2.
Toledo, Saturday, Oct. 3.
Newnort. Mondav. Oct. 5.
Yaqulna, Tueaday, Oct. 0.
HON. FRANCIS CLARNO.
The Dalles, Monday, Sept. 21.
Condon, Wednesday, Sept. 23.
Arlington, Thursday, Sept. 24.
Ileppner, Friday, Sept. 23.
Pendleton, Saturday. Sept. 20.
LaGrandc, Monday, Sept. 28.
Elgin, Tuesday, Sept. 29.
Enterprise, Wednesday, Sept. 30.
Summerville, Thursday, Oct. 1.
Union, Friday, Oct. 2.
Huntington, Monday, Oct. 5.
Virtue Mine, Tuesday, Oct. G.
Baker City, Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Mlkon, Saturday, Oct. 10.
Hood River, Monday, Oct. 12.
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison, or Worthlngton,
Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a
valuable prescription In Electric Bit
ters, and I can cheerf ullv reronnnenri
It for Constipation andSlck Headache,
and as a ceneral svstem tonic It has no
equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2025 Cot-
uitfo ururc, Ave., unicago, was ail run
down, could not eat nor digest rood,
had a backache which never lert her
and felt tired and weary, but six bot
tles or Electric Bitters restored her
health and renewed her strength.
Prices 50 cents and 31.00. Get a Bottle
at I red A. Legg's Drug Store.
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tf
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mry
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Tomort-ow
7e are showing the largest
variety at the lowest prices,
Buy now at reduced prices
Ladies' from $2,25 up,
Ladies' from $2.50 up, with
detachable capes.
Large line of children's in suv
gle and double texture.
Wc hayc a large line of ladies'
and misses' gossamers during
sale at 50c.
s
257 Commercial st.
POPULAR CONTRIBUTIONS
For the Bryan Literature and Campaign
Fund.
r' 0 raise a campaign fund to defray
the expenses of circulating literature
ind tVfraying expenses of speakers
Phu Journal iias opened a popular
-ub-ciiiilioii of a fixed amount per
rt-eek. Following subscriptions have
been leceived and all who reel able
aie requested to hand In their names
and amounts, which will be duly ac
knowledged in-these columns, In sums
from ten cents nnwartLs. ,,, , r
'1 ue campaign no-v oetrun will last
six weeks and w'll rorlt in Oregon
casting her vole for Bryan or McKin
I ley. The money will he turned over
to the treasurer of the Salem Bryan
club:
Amt. Per
.Name. Week.
u. J . Fry si 00
. Strong no
W. G. Westacott
John Bayne
E. Hofer
T. L. Davidson
W. T. Rigdon
W.S. Mott
J.M.Payne
James Rader
Jeff Myers
50
25
50
50
50
50
25
25
50
Are You Tired
All the time? This condition is a sure indica.
tion that your blood is not rich and nourishing
as ougnt to oe ana as it may be if you will
take a few bottles of the rreat hlood nnrifier
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thousand's write that
Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured them of that
tired feeling by giving them rich blood
Hood's Pills act easily and promptly on the
liver and bowels. Cure sick headache.
Ltt The WMeWorld .
Know The Good
DrJiiles' Heart Cure Does
H
KAUV DISEASE, has Its victim at a
lis.idvi.titasc. Always taught that
lio.irtdiM.Mso lslucurablo, when tho
symjttonia bee. mo well defined, the patient
becomes .ilp.rn.H ni i a nervous panic takes
place. l:,it when a. sure remedy is found
and ncuruc-rTii'ttd, after vcars of suffering,
there Is pre-ir ro.ioltln? and desire to "let
the while Torld knoir." Mrs. Laura Wlne
Injjer.of SolMrk. K.insas, writes; "I desire
to let the win U' world Know what Dr. Miles'
Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure
Restores
Health
II -'art Cure has dono for
rue. For ten years I ha'd
pain in njy Jjeart, short
nove cf breath, palpita
tion, pain in my leftside,
oppressed feeling In my
clict, weal; and hungry
spoils, bad dreams could not He on either
side, was numb andsuffered terribly. I took
Dr. Miles' Hoart Cure and boforo I finished
the second bottlo I felt Us pood effects, I feel
now that I am fully recovered, and that Dr.
Miles' Heart OuiOhJivod my life."
, Dr. Miles' Heart Oup- sold on guarantee
that first bottle tenorfu. -noney refunded.'
Ankb
es,
THE MARKETS,
S1LVKR.
New York, Sept. l6. Silver, 6; leal
LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO, Sept. 16 -'H02-Listhl ij ra
3.C0; heavy $2.4;3 30. '
Cattle,-15eeves J3.io4.oo; cowi jd
heifers $i.oo3 60.
Sheep 'Market dull
GRAIN.
Chicago. Sept 16 Wheat, ash coy.
I Oct.
59)c.
FUIULAND MARKET.
PROVISION.
Portland, Sept. 1 6. Wheat villeT, 52,
53; Walla Walla, 50.151. " '
Flour Portland, 2.75; Benton coaotr
2.75; graham, 2.50; superfine. J2.1t per bbl'
Oats White, 3o32c; grey, 293i;roM
in bags, $4.255.25. barrels, 4.5o7,;
cases, 3.75.
Potatoes.. Oregon, 85c per cwt
Hay. .Good, to10.50 per too.
Wool.. Valley, 8qc; Eastern Oregon,
57C
MillstufIs..Bran1$i2.5oai4.5o;shorU,$i35o
Poultry Chickens, mixed,$23 jx; broil
ers, $i.252.25; ducks, $2a3; geese, 5C;
turkeys, live, 10.
Hides.. green, salted 60 lbs 5c; under
60 lbs 4()4c; sheep pelts, io7oc.
Hops Contracts for new crops re bein;
made at 6a6c.
Dutter. .Oregon fancy creamery, 3540;
fancy dairy, 2025; fair to Rood, 1720;
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9,
Eggs.. Oregon, I2!4C per doz.
Beef. .Topsteers, 2.252.4o per lb; fw
to good "steers, 22 3.50; cows, lie
dressed beef, 34MC
SAN KKANC1SCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Sept. i6.--Vhest, 965ft
Wool.. Oregon choice.loIIci inferiors
7c, valley, 8nc. .
linn. ""Wat 2UB4C for Oln.
Potatoes 6o8oc per sack.
Oats Milling, 8590.
SALEM MARKET.
Wheat. .43c per bu., market firm.
Oats..2325c
Hay.. Baled, cheat, 7.00(7.25;, timolh,
8.50.
Flour.. In wholesale lots, J2.80; retail,
3.00; bran, bulk 11.5012.50; sacked, 12.00;
shorts, ..12.5013.50; chop feed, ll.oo
12.00.
Poultry. .Hens 5c; Spring chickens, 5c lb.
VealDressed, 3
Hogs.. Dressed, 2j&3tt-f.
Live Cattle.. 1 2.3
Sheep.. Live, 1.25.3
Woof.. Best, I2c. ,
Hops.. Best, 45c
Eggs.. Cash. ioc.
Butter.. Best dairy, I2c; fancy creamery
20c.
Cheese .I2c.
Farm Smoked Meats Uaccn, 6c; bams
90; shoulders, 5c.
Potatoes. . 70c per bu
When you need shoes or clothing,
the New York Backet can fit you and
the price wlH lit your purse. 3t
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 grass seeds.
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Sole Agents Salem
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