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HER LIFE TRULY SAVED.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Does It. ., rims lAToInt, a well-known resident i nnrer. pralso3 this wonderful remedy. fi.rtSainiony should convince all ha to tho Krthol ! thoftow Heart Cure and Kestora- JEe Nervine. Her letter dated 8ept.lltb, ISM. reads as ioiiows: w S"V 1 Mrs. La Point, 2137 Humboldt St. "Typhoid fovor left trio with heart trouble of the most serious nature. Nothing the doctors gave had any effect. I had severe nalns in tno heart, and was unablo to Ho on my leltstde for more than three minutes at a time. My heart seemed to miss beats, and I bad smothering spells, In which It seemed every breath would bo my lose Wo accl dently saw an advertisement of Br. Miles' New Heart Cure and Itcstoratlvo Nervlno. and purchased a bottle of each. After taking tho remedies a week, I could bo lifted in a cbalr and sit up an hourt and In a short timo I was able to do Upht housework. I shrill be evcrgrntoful to you for your wonderful medicines. Truly they saved my life. w ' MBS. GIIAS. LA POINT. Dr. Miles Heart Ouro Is sold on a positive guarantee that tho first bottle will benefit. AlidrugglstssellltatCl 0 bottles forts or it will bo sent, prepaid on rocolnt of price cy tno ur Amos meuicai uo , juuuan, ina. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Restores ...llealtn. CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW FIRST UAPTIST. The Sunday services will be as fol lows: in the morninu' the pulpit will be tilllcd hy Lorlnzn White. Sunday sclioul iuimediutely following the morning services. Younir Peoples So cieties at the iwiisil hours. In the eeninj Instead of the regular preach inr services the Y. P. S. C. E. have been invited to take charge of the fccvlces and they promise an interest Ink' evening. There will be a short wtiir service, of familiar hymns, in which every one in attendance is ex pected to take part. There will be other special music, ope, or two shrt talks and other Interesting features. Everybody, especially younjr people, are invited. The usual services of the vveck will be maintained. EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Corner Seventeenth and (Jhemeketa street. Ezra Maurer pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. C. T. Doty, super intendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. Junior Y. P. A. at 3 p. in. Senior Y. P. A, at 0:30 p. m. Topic, "Almost persuaded," Miss Minna Sauvaln, leader. Preachingat 7:30 p. in. pro ceeded by service of song. Union holi ness meeting Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7.30 p. iu. All are welcome. FIRST PHESUYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. Steele, pastor. At 10:30 a. m. -Sublect. "The Better Way " Sun day school at 12 m. Chlneso Sunday 6CI100I at 3:30. Junior Endeavor at 3:30. Senior Endeavor at 0:15 Even ing service at 7:30. Song service and sermon. Subject, "Theatre and Other AmuRcments," being the fifth In the series for young people. Prayer meet ing Thursday evening at 7:30. All are always welcome. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL. Rev. W. C. Kantner, D. D., pastor. Preachinc at 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject, "A Higher Christ ian Life." Evening subject, "A Mir acle of Grace." Superior music at bcth services, under direction ef Mrs. Halite Parrish-Hingcs. Sunday school at 12 m. Junior Endeavor at 4 p. m. Y. P, S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. UNITY CHURCH. Services at 10:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sundayschoolatl2. Unity Guild at 6:30 p. m. Rev. "W. E. Copeland pastor. Subject of morning sermon "The Christ of today or The Face Illum ined" Subject of evening lecture "Magle." U. D. CHURCH. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at 10 a. m. and Y. P. C. E. at 6:30 in the evening- Revival services each night during the week. All cordially invited W. Reynold Pastor. UNITED EVANGELICAL on Cottage street, near Center, J. Bowersox, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 tyG. F. West, at 7:30, by the pastor. Sunday school at 12 m. K. L. O. at 6:15. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HALL. Cor. of Court and Liberty. Lesson sermon 10:30. Sunday School 11:30. Study of Science and Health Wednes d ay at 2-30 p. m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. Services at 10:30 a. ra. and 7:30 p. m. at their hall corner Liberty and Court estrets. CHRISTIAN, Morning and evening 6ery ices, with special music, at the usual hours. ABVT.TTM. Preaching" at 2 p. m , by Rev. W. C. vuiitner. WeHvoln n rinnr,rv of which the principal scourge lfl stomach-trouble. It Is more wide-spread than any other disease, and, very nearly, more dangerous. One thing that makes it so danger ous Is that, if. in Kfi little understood If It were better understood, It would be more feared, more easily cured, less universal than His now. So, those who wish to bo cured, take Shaker Dlsgestlve Cordial, be cause It goes to the root of the rouble as no other medicine does. -The pure "armless, curativn herbs and plants, of whicn It is composed, are what render It so certain and. at the same time, so eentln u mir It helns and strengthens the stomach, purities and tones up the system. . Sold by druirffiRts. nrlca 10 cents to wSiii jilBif ".OOperbottfiT' SAN FRANCISCO MakKET. Wool Oregon! choice 7,ro-; inferior c 7c, valley, 8oc 5 Hops Ouotable at 8 13c for nru-Potatoes-o75c per sack Oats Milling, 1.05(0(1.20 SALEM MAKKET Wheat. . 72c. per hu , Oats 36c. Hay Baled, cheat, 900; inimih) 11 00, ouaw, j.50 10 4.00. nour,.in wholesale lots, 42.1; 460; bran, bulk 1400 sacked, shorts, 15.0016.03; chop fetd. 16.00. tttail IS.oo 15.00. Poultry.. Hens 5c; lutkeys 8c VeaL.Dressed, 4 Hogs. .Dressed, 3K3i Live Cattle.. 1 i Sheep.. Live, 1 5C2.oo cwt Wool. .Beat. 12c Hop.. Best, toe Eggs.. Cash. 30c. Fruit. Gtcen - Apples per box t ooffil lo: Pears 75c 85c per box. 3 Farm bmoked Meats Hacci, ujt; h im 90; shoulders, 5c. Potatoes., joe per bu. Onions, joe. Dried Fruit Apples, evaporated bleached, 70 8ci unbleached 4c5c. riums-4c. Prunes 5c. Beans 2c. Lard-Kc Butter.. Oregon fancy cream sry 2o2?VJ; fancy dairy, i82o; fair to kooI, 16 18 Cheese .Oregon full cream, 10, PORTLAND MARKEi. PROVISION. Portland, Dec. 10. Wheat valley, 83(0,84 Walla Walla, 81. 4 Flour Portland, Benton county, 440.. 4 40; graham, 3.75; superfine. $2.50 per btl Oats White, 4344c; grey, 4l42;rolleJ in bags, $4.255 25, barrels, 4.5J7.oc cases, 3.75. Potatoes,. Oregon, 6o75c per sack. Hay. .Good, lll 1.50 per ton. Hops-qloVc. Wool.. Valley. offilloc: Eastern' Oreeon 68c. Mobair. . l5($2oc. Millstufh. . Bran, $15.00; shorts tl6 50. Poultry- Chickens , mixed, (2.50a 2; ducks, ay, turkey. live. 8. Eggs.. Oregon, 30c per doz limes . green, salted 60 Ibi 7c; under 60 lbs 66Jicj sheep pelts, Io(7&c Tallow 2c3c Onions, 85c per sack. Wheat Bags Calcutta 4 254.t7V. BeanSr small white, i0'- "ma 34c Hogs Heavy, 3.00 to 3.35 Butter.. Best dairy 2535c; fancy reamer) 4oatoc Chiese . Ionc. I'ried Fruit Apples, evaporated, bleachod 67c; ' unbleached, 3ViC(0(4c; sundried, 4f I'eari 5c6c I'luins, pitless, 3c4C I'iunes4jc6c. Veal small 1 to cV; large aV.c ier lb. Mutton Weathers 2.00; ewes 1.50: dressed mutton, 4c Beef, Steers 2.25;cows 1.75 :2.oo;diessed Cured Meats Jiams 10c iojc bacon 6c. Lard ,in pails, 70. Old People. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will And the true remedy in Electric Bit ters. This medicine does not stimu late and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on tho stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding Nature In the performance of the functions. Electric bitters Is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old People find It Just exactly what they need. Price 50c and $1 per bottle at Fred A. Legg's drug store. ' ' ages '"" Holiday Advertisers. The Daily and Weekly Journal have now the largest circulation ever obtained by a Salem newspaper. Hol iday advertisers appreciate this fact, and business men who desire to reach all classes of people are taking advan tage of this fact. Secure space now. . 1 Notice.. To all members of Protection lodge, No. 2. A. O. U. W. There will be a committee at the lodge room at 2 o'clock p. m. and thereafter.Saturday, December 12. to receive an uonauons. Send In your baskets well filled. Come and brim? vour family and belt) us to entertain our visitors and friends. By order of committee. a Go to Mrs. A. D. Smith's for tho best 15 cent meal In tho city, In the opera house block. ll-2d. FREE TO EVERY MAN. The Method of a Great Treat ment for Weakness ofMen. Which Cured Him After Everything Else Failed. Painful diseases are bad enough, but when a man is slowly wasting away with nervous weakness.the mental forbodings are ten times worse than the most severe pain. There is no let up to the mental suffering day or night. Sleep is almost impossible And under such a strain men are scarcely responsible for what they do For years the writer rolled nnd tossed on the troubled sea of s xual weakness until it was a question whether he had not better take a dose of poison and thus end all his lioubles. But providential iwpira lion came to his aid in the shape of o combi nation of medicines that not only completely restored the General health, but enlarged his weak and emaciated parts to natural sue and vigor, and he now declares that any man who will take the trouble to send his name and address may have the method of this wonder ful treatment free. Now when I say free I mean absolutely without cost, because I want every weakened man to get the benefit of my " amliot a philanthropist, nor do I pose as an enthusiast, but there are thousands of men suffering the tortures of weakened manhood who would be cured at once could they but get such a remedy as the one that cured me. Do not try to study out how 1 can afford to pay the few postage sumps ntceMiy to mail the infomirtion, but send for it and learn that there are a few things on earth that although they cost nothing to get tbey are ortb a fortune to Kme men and mean a litetima of happiness to most of w, fn te to Thomas Slate?, Box 39. K!8.mif?' WfA and the Information will be mailed in alain sealed envelope. I?-3UrR wgBHBBHMil im I n thj KEaJEffia 1 it i AVcgefablcPrCDarationrnrA?;. similatlng ihcTood andRcgula ling iheStomachs andBowcls of PromolcsDigcstlon.Chcctful ncss and ItestContalns neither Opium.MorpWnc nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. RcaptoTOldlJrSWVaEIIVlZa Tsr&m St' jilxScnna Jimcmut . Jfi Quicnc&Si JlvmSttd -CUmfud ' Siottr- lilhJtym. lanr: Apcrfcct Remedy forConslirva- lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, Worms.Convulsions.Fcvcnsh ness end Loss OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK . ESI For the last 20 years we H m SK M y li EXACT COPY OF WRAPPCB. sumption in stock, and would sooner think a groceryman could get along without sugar in his store than we could without Piso's Cure. It is a sure seller. RAVEN & CO.. DruHsts. Ceresco, Michigan, September TO-BAD GUARANTEED TOBACCO HABIT Orfr1iYYlinihnTORn1f1.5tnnnnnmircn nMm ItAnmrArtnriAatrftTthAdfr&lra for tab&oeo In &nr form. No-to-baalstbeRreatestnbrTe-foodlntbaTrorld. Manr BlnW pounds In 10 dare and It norcr laiistonaKeiDeweaKimpotoncmanscronir.Tlgorousanq roairnetio. junirra doz. xouwuiDoae llsbted. We expect jou to Dellero what wo mt. for a enrols absolutely iraaranteed br dramnsts erorr ttbera. Send for oar booklet "lxin't Tobacco Knit anil Hmpkn Yoor Life Awar," written Kaarontoo ucd UM sample. Address TUB BTJEjmumQKEMi:YCO., Chicago orKtw York. D. J. FRY, Agent.tSalem, OrVgon. THE WILLAMETTE HOTEL LBADOTQ HOTEL OF THE CITY, 0 Reduced rates. Management Hoeral. Electric cars leave hotel lor all public, buildings and points of interest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons. A "I. WAGNER. M Ostrogorski, 132 Rue D Assas, Paris, France, who is about to bring out a book on American political methods, writes to the author; "Feiusing the books on the subject I was fortunate enough to find your book on 'Tha School of PoliUcs.' I vrts wondering whether the evils of machine rule and of bossism were obtainining in the west as well as in the Eait, I lead it with the greatest interest." ' m n S WL (I Ji 11LI THE AMERICAN PRIMARY SYSTEM EXPOSED. Published by Charles H. Kerr&Co)($ChicaBO,Ills." Price 25cenU. citizens, legislators and students. The Primary and. Spoils Polities'. How Primaries Are Conducted. The Primary As It Should Be Safegarded by law. I. 2. 3, The School of Politics" shows that the 1 he scnooi 01 .m, , ,., Nineteenth century, and that reforms in city, ti0aThe liule book then ay bVre the method, of the bosses from New York to California, showing ho", uder law. made ostensibly to protect the people, tbey have legalUed their "SrwStworking of the primary in city politic, is shown up In our principal West. ern d.' fl'.i.- ,,r.r,r, law adooied in California Sh'ouidS to receive communications irom reaaers 01 mc Address, flJHKtc nF'Mr TJ V r', -m ., il iJX rA&iitii;.7r.. -7.t" 'n t.. . laws and ballolerorrfl.T)'awicaiion wu. - ... TnrrtitlTTnTJ I he, KZDrCSCDiailTC I IIUVWK, i- i-"- w-- --. -- SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF 3 1 1 FM&&U IS OIT THE WRAPPER EVEBY Oaitoria Is cat bd in osft-slie lottloi tmlv. It Is not sold la balk. Don't allow anyone to sell you anything else on the plea or promise that It is ' Inst as eood" and "will answer everr tim. pose." S- Bee that jou get O-A-S-T-O-B-i. Slnill T , SS9-4U Uoa e5 have keot Piso's Cure for Con 2, 1896. CURE Iro for tobaoeo In anr B OF PO IillJ A bond book for corrupted primary is tho political crime of th . - .., a Aa.ional covernment are out of ques- slate and national government last year, but knocked out in the courts of P"tc. -d every legislator. Tbey wll - C--1. .1.. ok, on the subject under dlscuuion HOFER, Salem,; Ort 1 ... ':,. t- ttA l aa1.m wmiAt irtcm ... A ' u..wv.v - , rV f m OF BOTTLE OB1 (S Chicago, Milwaukee,! & St Paul R'y. GLANCE ATI HISSMAP. Of the; Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Taul Railway and note its connection with all transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha. and remember when going east that its tiv'ns are lighted with electricity and heated by steam. Its equipment is superb. Elegant Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars, with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping car lieith lias an electric reading lamp, and its dinlnc cars aro the best in the world. Other lines are longer than this, but none are shorter, ana no other oilers the above lux urious accommodations. These are sufficient ) reasons tor the popularity of "Hie Milwau kee." Coupon ticket acents in every rail road office will give yon further Information, or address C. J. EDDY, General Agent, J. W. CASEY, Trav. Piss. Agent. Portland Northern Pacific Railway. RUNS Pullman SleeplnVCars. Eldga'nt; Dlninp-'Cars1 Tourist Stain Carb To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, 1-argo, 'Jrand F6rks, Crookston, Winnipeg, .Helena and Butte. THROUGH TICKETS To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, Ner York, Boston, and all rants East an4 South For Information, time cards, maps an tickets, call on or write THOMAS, WATT & CO. AGENTS, 265 J Commercial meet, Salem, Or. j A. D. Charlton, Asst. Oen'l. Pass. Act., 'Morrison St.. comcrlThlrd Portland. Or. OREGON CENTRAL AND Eastern R. R. Company YAQUINA BAY ROUTE. Connecting at Yaa.iina Bay with the Sa Francisco & Yaqulna Bay Bteamsklp Co. Portland at torto a. m. Tuesdays. Fridays and Sundays. Leaves Salem for Corvallls, Mondays, Wednesdays and 1'rldaysat 3130 p. m. STEAMER "FARALLON," Sails from Yaqulna every 8 days for San Francisco. Coot Bay, Port Orford, Tiintdfld and Humbolt Bay. Passengor accommodations uiuurpassed, Shortest route between the Willamette valley and California. Fare from Albany or points wen to Baa Francisco 1 Cabin, $9; steerage, ii to Coos Bay and Port Orford, cable to, to liumbold, Bay, cabin $8; round trip, good 60 days, il6t YAQUINA BAY. The most popular seaside resort on the North Pacific Coast. No undertow surf bathing absolutely safe." For those wishing to combine bunting and fishing with aquatic sports, this resort has Ad equal. Deer, bear, elk, cougar, brook trout and salmon (rout can bo found In abundance within a few hours' drive of the bay. QTReduced rates to all point. EDWIN BTONE, Manager, Ccrvalli, Or J. C. MAYO, Sunt. River Division. M. P. BALDWIN, Local Agent.Alloni Dadt Salem. FASHIONS CHANGE vy but y $ POZZONFS Complexion X POWDER X rt-y looming. eiiur, BcaiMirui mm ry M JbvMM. If youTaBTwM3 A .A A POZZONI'S A IT IS MI3 XTIKXWklKX. A A A -555iC4 91 h. ...-:'..., laJtUsUMMkOTS. OtiZSiH rsasw LitutiitT 4wr, BhtarfnaaMsMt !.. ( Th Roy frmmhn9 1 M . .-- li.. .1.1. I. f. i I And rclretf tofitxf of tb skin Is Inv- I nUl OlrUlDa OJ Huw wuu ?ww rvtvum m ytteii JSP n cvV 5? n'EvukXiiAhyrXiiHTKMaAMK.ai 1 Tb finsst, purtrt and saoat bsaatl- V A fjln tolM powdr evrm4. fH A jI si 00 Through Tickets TO THE JLJyur. X . VIA TUU Omon Pacific System t hrpuch Pullman Palace Sleeuen. Tmmt Sleepers and Free Reclining Chalrr -'ill) uciwcen rj .1 i , r ruiuaiiu LU uninap.).i"i"'"""":tia'- - Our trains ire hestrrt hw it.om nA lighted by Pintse h light. Time to Chicago, 3 1 .1 Jays Time to New York, 4 1-2 days. " Which Is many hours rjulcter than coin- pttitors. For rates, time tables and full inlormat'or- apply to BOISE tO SAUK Bit, Agents, Stiem, Ui. R.W BAXTER, C. E. DROWN, , General Agent Dist.P,ass. Agent 13S Third Street. Portland. East and South VIA Shasta Route. cthe; SoutherK Pacific Jo California Express train Run dh 1 ;'.vei Portland and San Francisco. 8:50 p.m.) Lv. Portland -Ar. (8: ll:pop. m., Lv Salem Ar. i 6:1 nS a.m) Ar- S. Frisco Lv. (711 Ly-PortianlT to a.m. 00 a, m, loop, in Above trains stop at liast Portland. Orecon City, Woidburn, Salem, Turner, Marion, leflerson, Albany.Tangent Shedds, Halsey Harrisburg, Junction City. Eugene, Crwwll, Cottage Grbve, Draln.Y and all stations from Roseburg'to Ashland, inclusive. ROSEHURO MAIL DAILY. Soutli I North I B:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. t5:20p.in. lv. Portland nr. lv. Salem lv. ar. Kosob'g lv. 4:40 p.m. 2:20 p.m. 8:00 a.m. SALEM PASSENGEIt. a South North 4:00 p.m. 0:15 p.m. lv. Portland nr. ar. Salem lv. 10:15 a.m, 8:00 a.m. DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUT'S PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS and scccnd-class sleeping cars attached to all through trains. WEST SIDE DIVISION, Between Portland and Corvallls, dally (ex cept Sunday,) 7130 a.m. I Lv. Portland. Corvallls, Ar. Lv 6: jo p. ra. II3S P. w 12:15 p.m.) Ar. At Albany and Corvallls connect with trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad. Express train daily except Snnday. 445 P. n. 7125 p. m. Lv. Portland Ar. I 8125 a, ra, Ar. wcMtnvtue l.t ; 5:50 a m. THROUGH TICKETS to all points In the Eastern States. Canada and. Europe can be obtained at lowest rati from W.W. SKINNER, Agent, Salem. E P, ROGERS, Asst. G. F. & P. A., Portland, Or. R. XCEHLER Manager. I 0. R. & N. CO. TO THE EAST GIVESflHE CHOICE -OF f Two Transcontinental R"0Ut63. Via Spokane Mtwieapoiis fit Paul and Den. ver Omaha and Kansas City. Low rates to eastern cities. ? OCEAN DIVISIONS'! rortland San FnwcUco, Steamers leave' AInsworth dock. Portland Spt. 14, I9 4. 29 "n1 Oct. 4. 9 M. '9, 4. and 29. Fare Cabin, $ 12; steerage, 6, , WILLAMETTE RIVER mV&IdN. For Portland and way points steamers Ruth and Elmore daily except Sunday, at 6145 a. m. Returning, leave Portland dally ex Cept Sunday, at on. m, For Harrisburg and way points steamer Modoc, Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday, about'j p. m, Return Ing, leave Harrisburg for Corvallls, fMonday, Wednesday and Friday at I p. m., arriving at Salem the next afternoon. Lowest freight and passenger rates. Round trip ticket! very cheap, lickets sold and baggage checked through to all points In Oregon, Washington and the East No extra charge for baggage transfers. Choice of rail, road or river route to Portland. For full details pall on Boise & Barker agents, Salsm, Oregon", or address. McNeill, , Pres. and Manage. VV.II. HURLBURT. Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or For full details call on or address G, M. POWERS Foot ofTrade st. Local Agent. ISOK ri-jImarr.Hed. ODdarropTV oursd In 14 to Si dsrs. You can b trciiri A limiM nrfnjinjini ltiomo(orMiopiioaun)f(aausTtarMi tract tODarrsllroailfsraaodhotalbllli an,i swebam,j(wfalltocurtt.IfrouhavUkoiiiar ary, louid potash, aod still tiara achts and mIm. Muoousl'atcliea In moulb, NoroTliroat, rtuljlea, Oopiicr Colored Upota, Ulcers on aar yartof Malwdr,HalrorVreWrow teiUna Mit, H la this ou(try MlMOU iSttM)i sraaraB U to aur. W aoWoH Ui bsoh uti(.I. MjpM SMMiei rU-tt eaa an4 tnUeza the worl wt pannoteure. vtils dla baa alwars skin as ta most euaseut nhjsl Mtf.VM capital txblnd our nucsndu stecal swsnlr. AbaoluteprooSiissntwsJcdoa For D)U!f, for purity, and for Improvement ot the ccta BOH I HUxloa BOthla oquals roasom'a Powixm. iHODDPO sHssssssssssf MssVtfW m I sssrssl A CJtntliLHLJ SBBl SBBltlarr JHIXJOIt VX JOHN HUGHES ttealcr in groceries, ptinte, oil, window glass, varnishes, ami the roost complete stock of brushes of all kinds in the state Artists' materials, lime, hatr cement aod shtnfie, atW tues fljualitr k srm C JHu MACK - DENTIST.- Successor to Dr, J. JI. Keene, old While Comer. Salem, Or. Parties deiiflBii mfatriot j operations ai moderate iees;in any branch are Depot Express, Meet all masl and pauengtr trains. Hag gage and express to all parts of the city. Prompt setvice. Telephone No. 70. ' J JAMESkADER. C. H. LANE, MERCHANFTAILiUi ill Oimmtrrciil l . Silfm ()r iy Siii u upwinls l'snlt upwamts tj !. H. HAA, WATC1IMAKKK A.VD lEWLUR, Makes a sptaltyiif fine rrpair work. N-ih Thomasi clrk, etc, 815 1 011 mcin v u t MONEY TU LOAN Plenty of monny on goodjsecuflty4 A larue quantity of land for sale at low figure and on easy terms. HAMILTON & MARSH. Knoni S, Bush hank building. For the Holidays Big stock of fancy Japanese goods. All kinds of chlnaware and novelties. All kinds of silk handkerchiefs; Bottom price on cn tire stock to close out, HUIE WING SANG CO. Under opera bouse. MJltf Salem SteamLaundry Please notice the cot in price on the followingi Shirts, plain, ,, to cents Under drawers,,..,,.. 5 to 10 cents Under shirts 5 to 10 cents Socks, per pair ., ..,.,...3 cents Handkerchiefs ,.,.t cent Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per (dozen, and other work in proportion. Flannels and.othci work in t tclligently wahci by hand, Col, J, Olmitod Prop. WOK laBKT W0LZ k MIESCKE. Prm. Dealars In all kinds of ktik and salt meat Lard la bulk, 7c a lb. Cheapest meat te the own. Try them. 171 CosaawtUl st. Potato Highest cash pike paid. I&RREN & LEVY. Salesn, Or.Nexttto brewery. Salerri Water' 66'y. Officw WllkmtHskiW For water service apply at oftce. ftllt payaWo monthly is advanec. Make at complaints atfche oftce. - upen sptcKet to prevent iraczing, powiivaiy prohibited, CM should be ) iff m dan ger of Meting la have step n waste, gate closed, e secthm 3, rate mi jmf)iom. jmo aeaactten in bins wtu of aiwwtmsK n sence or for any cause wfcaetvar ueiteie f ater is cut oft from pvemUes H0RN-CI IPPINfi. As weifcvec)lpiN'for dWning cattle we desire the natronaee of all wisMsg such rervice. Price I cents per head for alt agu G. W. GOULD, North Salem. n.27im II. E ROBERTS, gadtkwd Salei Track arMDra;yGa Orders placed with the iove company will receive prompt attention and safe delivery. Trucks and drays found on the corners 0 Bute and Commercial streets. Express wag. ons at all trains nnd boats. In coanectioa with our business we will also run a feed store. Handling flour, mill fted, oil meal, oats, chopped feed, straw, bay and wood at the lowest cash price. . Phono 80. SAVAGE & CQ. -rmitod 'tur Uonorrtiu'i .tik ,J u 11 nuu i.i WLllw. uausltirsl dU cbsrsps, or nr luBsinia.v lion, Irrlution ur uicr Sloa or wuboub uioui. rases. aoa-Msviogvut HHJiSi'iZlirtft' ijm.or a ". wj. Iwalar mm o' MADE MC A MAN AJAX TABLETS FOBITIVKI.T fJVsw JLtM4 AffgiHiii"iii ' mmmm j on. taiMHaacr.piswawBSM, m. at a tuaa tat stadr.biwlMM at ssamAaga. - - VUaHfv in oU a 1MU. tjmt rnnnt liuitnu sua uwHawm u la Uma. 3balr am slums IB St and sSMt a avian waarau t usaa ks.liur tka mnalaa AJw kaMMrsd tkoaaaaesssd UI aoM aaa. iliiwtwM Ififll Trsstaisau U c . xrHrmEB9mi2& For sale in Salem. Oreeon. 1. I.FRVandG W PUTNAM. LtMHMWho A n st im J fMttttasVsssfUI msutslsl IftAsti 4 SBWeiaasi ajBieBaaasBfrSI aewpaf fssss easWaH 1ft 'ttssMtsMMIssl & BMsst icmSi rD aMtua k 0.1 ui wutw. rv-'trmu wsusIm. ttSlnilWiiCiitmum. 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