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S3EK!Vt vr-mrwFTi if niuppipv .
Cloak and Jacket Cloth.
Eiderdowns Plain and Fancy,
Astrachans Blues, Browns and Reds.
The popularity of the Golf cape is still increasing and
wc anticipate large sales this season. Besides our large
assortment of capes we carry the Golf cloaking.
Jackets and Capes
Never has fashion given such a neat jacket as this
year. Rich materials, plainly made and fancy lined.
Better values than last year, all sizes for children and
A complete line of
f& Braids, Buttons, Threads,
Point L?.cc Braids and Paty
L terns, etc., in all new designs
' from simple to the most dab
f orate patterns,
J, J. DALRYMPLE & CO. 2
f f 4 ? - - t d tt df J
A Pleasing Reflection
11 Ih to know when your oyos trouble
you from fulling or defective sight, tluvl
tluirtt la uu export optician in town tluvl
you imn uoponii uoii to propony ioi
four sigut, mm unjust giussos nun win
It them luirfcdllv. I inn a sulontlllc mill
experienced optician, and inv nrleos fur
tlio finest glasses, you will find ihohI
KYKS TESTED FKEE
ltcmcmhcr I ran ronluco any kind of n
broken Ions mid repair any (runic.
Tonluht fair. Wcdnosduy fair, vnrnur.
Ice Not Qlvcn Away.
I cuuinot afford to give Ico uwuy, 1ml
an i soiling u pure urtiulo at a price tliut
m within tlio reach of all,
OllVVTAI. ICK W'OIIKH.
J. Mugulro, Prop. tl 15 t(
K linger & Bcck,8uccesoi to HouthSalem
All orders for bottled boor will Ir tilled
t tlio lirowory. Kept on cold stonigo.
rreo ulty Unlivery, telephone xtl.
Ice Very Nearly Given Away,
"Wo can glvo Ico uwuy, to couvlnuo yt n
qotno ami see now big olitink you got
for 1 1 tilt) money. Our Ico Ih iiuiuiifuo
turo from pure dlBtlllod wntor.
Capitol loo Works,
ltf IvLINUHK & Ukvic.
0. i. Aboruothy and Jo Flutter, who
were arrested on a ohurgo of dliairdorly
conduct autl spent tlio night in jail,
wu.ro brought lioforu llocordor .ludiih
tills morning. Alwruiitliy, tliix lntiiiK
(its M'ttond apHmrutu'o in tlio jkIUh
uoitrt wltliln u wcok, wuhIIiuhI , and
will prolmldy hihuuI IS duvH in thu
coolur. l'lnftur wiih llnotl fit) uud lio
alto wuh looktMl up again.
RO dox fat Iioiih wantml Ht once
BUiliuim Markot. 8 31 itw
Is the broom
Wc make use of for
OUR CLOSINC OUT SALE
Our Stock is yet complete
Hut it wdl not Im hi that condition long
if the crowd km) lomini our ty.
HOT WEATHER GOODS at
BELOW ZERO PRICES,
Shoes for Ladies and Men
An cheap uti vou cuit buy ut th factory.
Summer Underwear for Ladies and Men
At ouo-huU prkv tie lony an it WuOh.
Corsets, S2 Values for 50c.
And ovury lino in projortior).
mZLAAS BROS.c3i CO.
d t JfHWT DOOR SOUTH OF HOSTQWICB,
AK gALEMi OKBGON
4f df 4 rf ( d 4 i
(The first showing of ,
Dress Good I
Includes Fancy Golf cloth i
for skids and capes; beau-
tiful plaids for waists and
childrens' dresses; plain j
suitings for Tailor-made
suits; new mixtures. We
show a grand line direct i
I mm llin mlllc r
Irom the mills.
It. M. Conoviir wont to Dayton UiIn
C. A. Wlmlii ciiiiio up from Portland
Mrs. M. A. DnviH h in Portland vIhH
I. I". Fi'couian rutiiruml to Portland
Prof. J. T. MaltliuwH Iimh ruttiruod
S, M undid wont to ICugtino on hod
Willurd IJoff of Machiay wiih In the
city today on Imlnutw.
KnuiiitMir A. McC'ully loft for liU ranch
niHir Tliittuvlllo thlH nioriiiiiK.
MImh M. Aldirou roturiiLsl yotttorday
from a inonth'H v i h i t In Albany.
Miw Itunioh Holland wont to Orogon
City (IiIh mornlnir to vlnit rolativoH.
(1. W. V. Holt wIioIiiihIkiuii vIhUIiik in
Solum roturiicd to fastlo Itoi-k, WiikIi
iiigtou. J. II. Putnam Iiiih poio to tlio coaHt to
vinit with IiIh family. Tlioy will rntiirn
Hud HtiitoNiiiau wont to l.humln thin
mornliiL', wlioro ho will pick hom for
Mliw Clara Illiduo, who Iiiih boon
iiuioiiK tliOHu riiHirtin vury ill, in ruH)rtiMl
iiKiiluou tlio imind.
Mr. mid Mrs. (1. M. Irwin uud wn,
Fnil, rturmtl to Portland thin mom
IiiK. via MtHimor Kutli.
MrH. H. J. HlmiiioiiH of Ninvbor who
linn Iwn vitiltiui! in Holum ruturui'd to
bur homo thin morning.
MrH. M. Day and ilmiKliter, Mary, of
Portland, bavo ruturuod houlu aftor a
fowdayH' vinit with Mr. Day.
Mrn. I., M. Mcllalllo loft latt ovening
for Snui Knini'iHMi aftur a vinit with hor
paruutH Mr. and Mm. i:. K. Hull,
MIhh ltita itakiwtmw left laHt night
for am AnploH. wburo hIio will pro
imro liorHulffor kiudorHrtuu work.
F. K. Iloruaiuauu, of Orison City,
who ban boon vlnltlug J. II. Itmkaw,
near Prultland rittumml homo tiHluy.
A. W. Iaidi: Uft thin morning nwlutol
to tour Polk uud Marion county in tin
lutunwt of tlio Capital lliiuiuoMi Collude.
T. 1.. Harvard of tlio Club Stablon
drovotohiM homo at IKirry thin uiorii
iiiK to liHik aftor bin hop. PickiiiK will
commwiro next wuk.
Mm. Unwttmx tlm uUiitrof the Damon
brotbont, and bur duughtor who have
Inwn vlaltlng with tliwlr rlutivMut Sh-
ihiii iur hovwnu whokb, itMt tinn mernim:
lor uitur liumu at Uurtfunl, DHkoU.
Mr, llolun Moyorn, of Sulcui, t)r,,
uriiitfrly Mi Holfu Kdon, ix in the
city to vinit frlmulH and to iiiwd her
liiulmml, who U on IiIh way homo from
the out. llur fniully wan on of tho tlrm
toMttIoiu Oregon, llur father ownwl
much vHluublo proporty in Swittlu.
notably tint KdtM Knight addition,
which Ih iioh known as Sulro tract.
IRON STRUCTURE FALLS
Arches of the Coliseum
Nine Workmen Killed and a Number Se
riously Injured Cause of the Ac.
(Ir Ananrlntetl I'rMi lo lie Joornnl.
Ciiicaoo, Aug. 29. Twelve ntool
arches, each wuitjliini 33 tons, which
were to linvo BUpportt'd tbo siiiHjrstruc
turo of the Coliseum building, in course
of erection on Wabash Avonue, between
Fifteenth nnd sixteenth soruets, fell to
the (ground last ovoniug. It is known
that nine lives were lost. The bodies of
tliree men nre supposed to be under
the wreckage. Many are In tho hospi
tal with injuries received in tho acci
dent, and of these four will Hiirely ilie,
The dead are: Charles Walpol, Ed
ward Murray, Frank Lodau, Stephen
J. Thompson, John Furrey, ltlcnard
Sherman, Theodora Thorn, J.oroy Fun
ner, workman from Toledo, O, ; A. L.
Norman, workman from Toledo, O.
Tho fatally injured are: John Morsb
maii, fractured skull nnd fractured right
leg; J.J. Dowd, internal injuries, Iwth
oyos out, IkjUi legs broken j Peter Poll
toir, right arm cut off at shoulder, skull
fractured; John White, skull fracture,
TIiobu missing and beliovcd to bo in
tlio ruins are: hdward Swatisou, Joseph
The injured, not sorieus: Cornelllus
Toomy, .1. II. Harley, John Hawthorne,
John p. Johnson, David Ileardon, II. P.
Kiinmcr, J. Flack, J. Hanson und An.
All of the 12 arches were standing,
the 12th and last having just been com
pleted. It was the intention of the
stceel contractors, the Pittsburg Uridgo
Company, of Pittsburg, I'enn., to turn
over its work last night to tho general
contractort. Tho iron "traveler" or
derrick, which had been used in tho
erection of the urches,had been removed
and tho agents of the bridge company
were accounting their work as practically
completed, when suddenly, and with
out tlio slightest preliminary warning,
and the arch last out in place suddenly
fell over against the one noxt to It. The
woluht was too much for this : it nave
away, crashing against tlio third, nnd
one by one, tlio great sieei spans ion
over to tho south, precisely in the same
uiaumr as n miuibor of curds would
Nearly all tbo men wdio were killed
wero at work on top of tbo arclioB,-10 feet
from tho ground. Komo of them made
futilu attempts to slide down the side of
tho nrchue, but before they could help
thoinsclvoH. they wero hurled to the
ground. Many of tliom uttered pierc
ing shrieks for aid as they fell. Mont
of them weie killed outright by the
awful nature of their Injurlos. The
Hkulls of the unfortunate men wero
crushed into shapelcs mabses, their
limbs were cut oil as if by a monster
knife, and they wore mangled beyond
Tlio ImiiKHiM) structure began falling
slowly, eauh arch being sustained by tho
crossbeams supporting the entire struc
ture. As tlio mass gained impetus, the
bars of iron, inches thick, snapped with
a loud report and tho great mass moved
faster ami luster in its net-cent, lo too
ground, with a crash that wuh heard
blockH distant, the structure foil, leaving
the walls practically uninjured ami send
ing lip great clouds of dut and dirt.
That more men were not killed and
injured was almost a mlnicle. Fully
50 men were at work in tho space cov
ered by the arches as thov fell, A num
ber of men fell Into small excavations of
which there aro many in the ground,
beneath tho steel works, and, although
some were battered up by tho tumble,
thoeo wero caved from the great luusses
of steel that crushed down over them.
"I cannot soy what euiiHcd tho acci
dent," said HuiKriuteudent Jobm-ou. "I
could hardly believe my eyes when I
sow the results of our weeks of work de
stroyed in a minute."
Tim work of rebuilding will commence
at onco, uud it Is expected that today's
accident will delay the opening of the
building not over one month. No tliiuu
ciul loss will full upon the Collseuui'com
imuy, which is erecting the structure.
Tho only locer will bo tho Pittsburg
Hridge compunv. The commny'u loss is
estimated at filb.OOO. The Colit-eum will
loxo Indirectly lluuucially through tho
inability to arrange for attractions dur
ing the coming winter ?oiuon.
Ciiicaoo, Aug. lit). Tho list of thorn)
who lust their lives yesterday in tho
fulling of the heavy iron arehos, which
formed tho skeleton of the Coliseum.
jiow numlHirrt tun. I'M ward Swuuson,
reported among the missing, wuh today
added to the mil of deaths.
The auction sale of the millinery stock,
was positioned until this evening at 7:30
p. in. on account of Mr. Friedman at
tending tho funeral of liuo. Mitchell.
llopgloviw, all uhHM . .. 88c
Itetter ones ,10 and :t5c
limy cotton ltlankets, all prlcoti.
Uirio tar soap nc
Dark gluskiw, wrhI one . UVi
Straw Imts Aeiui
HiMimle socks 8c up Work Shoe U.v up.
Now mIiihm now in. Al values in
Hamilton ltrowns work shoos. All prlciM.
I mwarc, and a
For cok wagons nnd hop HekU
Making on wheals nr eloaring mil onr stivk in nlao ehuiio.
Sent mit tliree ol mir Mootidduiml Uirgidns at once, one now
wio, him I othur dils partially on.
Sll-iiich frame t0 Trilwiw fSO.00 UuMm Trilmn. Uttek frmnefSO.OO
fiCTimc, uuiHW imhck too luodttl. W.UU
, '"? AJ.KS"1 ..;; 5,l'
UenWt' 60 istiHiriML idigbtly iwl iW.OO
Oliwipor to rule tlmn to walk.
About Taylor's Recerd:
Vl it ruthwr hard to Imwr ktt't it Tho fact nwaue that
IVylor oh a Steanw roller gir kcokl worwMoiutiW frutu Om
nine rmwru tknn over was don buloro.
XlcPlHw Uvol gar rwurtl, July A, l:S6.
Tuylur'it Stiwriw rulta- ar mmmrii, Aunwt S. I :Jtt M.
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
wmnmnftmmm Hmi;miiiiilm)timmni- min"mH'mt
iniirmTiiriiimiffi " -t,'T'1-
Oregon Is Entitled to That Designa
tion. California Younc Lady Enthusiastic
Nights Are Cool and Humidity
Mrs. Clias. Jory and Miss Cora H.
Lillie. of Stockton. California, aro the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Jory, of
A representative of the Jouit.VAi, who
bad known Miss I.illio in California for
a number of yours, called on the young
lady yestordny afternoon. Aftor u
friendly greeting, the question was
asked : "How do you like Oregon?" "I
am lKjrfectly infatuated with your state
ami its climate said the young lad).
"When I left homo tlio latter part
of June my health was very bad. I was
o thin in flesh that my clothos hung
loosely on mo. Now tlioy lit mo so
snugly at to be uncomfortable. Why, I
have gained twenty ttouuds of flesh nod
feel liko another person entirely. When
I left Stockton the whole world and
everybody nnd everything In it looked
blue to inc. I could not muster up at
smile if paid for it. Now everything
looks bright nnd cheerful and I feel as
happy as can be. Oh, I think thoro is
no place liko Orogon to build one up
who is run down und generally debili
tated" said the young lady.
"When do you think of returning to
"Well I must go in a few days,
though I urn very loth to leave Oregon,
whore I have regained health and
strength, hud such a pleasant time and
met so many nice people. I hope to re
turn at somo future time."
Volumns upon voluinnn nre written
every year bv newspaiwrs nnd other
writers upon tlio growing qunlitios of our
climute. The stnto board of agriculture
bus just issued the annual number of
tho "resources of the state of Oregon" a
book containing over 200 pages of
statistical information .treating upon
Oregon us a whole and bv counties.
Considerable simco is devoted to the
wonderful climatic conditions existing
within our borders as regards the grow
ing of fruit ceroids, grasses, berries, veg
etables, etc., but wo find only tbo fol
lowing few lines touching tho healthful
noes of a climate that will compare
fuvorublo with the most favored spot
upon the wholo earth. We quote from
Tbo nights are always cool, no matter
what may bo the extreme day temper
ature; hence during a heated term,
which never lasts over three days, tho
nights aro cool the minimum tempera
ttiFO being from W) degrees to (Widogreos;
the morning opens with a temperature
ut 0 o'clock of nliout 7r degrees and a
relative humidity of 70 per cent. As tlio
day udvnnces tho temperature rises and
the relative humidity fulls, until about
I p. m. tho temperature bus risen to !"
degrees, while the relative humidity bus
fallen to nltout 20 per cent saturation.
Tlio high temperature necessarily heats
the body mid the blood and causes per
spiration to oozu from every intre. Tlio
ueuiiniui eiiects oi tlio low relative mi
midity and the preventive for the debilt
tutiiu: results is shown bv the fact that
the dry uir evaporates the moisture as it
appears on the body, thus keeping the
Itody much cooler than it otherwise
would lie. It is owing the cool nights and
low humidity that sunstroke und other
Injurious effects of hot weather aro un
known in Oregon. The low humidilv
allows of rapid evaporation from the
vegetation ns well as from tho body,
thus depriving the soil of much of its
needed moisture. Hero, uualn. nature
lias supplied a grent restorer in the dews
of night, which greatly tend to restore
the loss of uioistiiro during the day.
Through the humid uud thickly settled
portions of the oust and south the cool
nig eiiects produced ity evaporation on
the body aro missing, which, togotlior
wltn mo iiigu niglil temperature, pro
duce a continued heating of the blood,
dually resulting in sunstroke. Within
the state of Oregon cun be found ninny
varieties of climute, each suited to some
special production, und ench beneficial
to somo variety of diseuso. Pulmonary
troubles Hud relief in various localities
of tho state lying to the oust of the Cu
cades and Hluu mountains, while an
oiner variety oi pulmonary diseuso may
Mtid relief along tho coast counties. In
such cases the disease must seek its no
collar curative climate. Somo sections
of the state aro beiiellciul to rheumatism
and Uhthmatie troubles, while others nre
This is all very good, so fur ns it goos
but wo vcnluro to say Unit if tlio news
aior writers and other news gathers
would ontniuuiid print more tot-tlmouy
such ns that given by MIhs Lillie, Oro
gon would soon gain deserved nttontlou
us one o the greatest health reports
witlifn tliecontiuosofthe ruitcd States.
The Willamette Vullov. and esoueiullv
Snloin and vicinity, cannot bo anywhere
coinpuMica mr iieniiniuiues, ami In
valids aro becoming aware of that fact.
llrst-class shirts Ai uud -18c
Overalls 516c up.
Straw cuffs 5c pr
Cloth and corduroy oujw l(k) up.
.1 UIMIIl, DIIIIIB JKH!
sorts of Kitchen fa
lowest Kaokvt Vrkm.
rices wo arc
IWOOU-IUCVl rrtlMI fl. 10.1)0
0tt(8' SLwta, rflgliUy el 17.
tlonte M7 CrtMfonl, a stwp. 10.i
Tint's i !
imfiiiinri iff iri Kf
Formeily the stock of Mrs. D. L. Fiester, at her old stand
a 6 at
rmmrlnrr Tuesday, August 29th, at
ing daily at 2 and 7,30
fixtures is disposed of,
S,t ,.l.i. f fine trimmed und
tt , V"", ;L "... ' iii. nn.l I..t ntc also
mirrors, desk, stove, clinlrs. iuoich, iiuir
This is n chance
attend these sales, for
and hastening hither ward from
nrid regions to the south of us and
ice glaciers of the north.
To Cleanse the System.
ElTcctually yet gently, when costive
or bilious, to permanently overcome
habitual constipation, to awaken the
kidneys and liver to u healthy ac
tivity, without irritating or weaken
ing them, to dispel headaches, colds,
or fevers, use Syrup or Figs, made by
the California Fig Syrup Co.
Another Installment of new stock ar
rived by lioat last night and bus been
oiKjned today, and consists of trunks nnd
vulises nnd gents furnishing goods, em
bracing nil tbo latest makes and style-.
My stock of hats includes many qual
ities and shapes, among which is the
business which I consider the best uj-
icnr uu und host vnltio ever oltered to
nlom buyers for the money.
Kindly remember that Hobwn carries
n largo nnd woll assorted stock of staple
Iry ioodB nnd notions, tutu no ouyn mr
cash and sells for cash nnd that Ids
customers do not have to pay a profit on
what tlioy buy, to inuko goon imn ueois.
Your patronage solicited.
W. II. IIobmkc,
207 Commercial street.
It Makes You Feel Good.
It makes all feel lnitter to have the
sun shine und it niukes you feel bettor
to eat n good dinner at tho
It. II. Wilson, traveling freight uud
passeiiKnr ukoiiI, (with head qnurters ut
I'ortluml) of the llurliiigtou Itouto is
in tho citv lookinu up business for the
road witli which he is connected. He
believes that while there is tho usual
doinund for curs at this season for
moving crops, tho different lines will be
able to transport nil freight offered. The
liurliugton Houte has oversuven thous
and cars used for freight.'
Martin Bennett and wife, who have
been visiting their brother,Will Bennett
nt Sulom, uud looking over tlio vullov
for several weeks, loft for their homo in
Hoyden, Iowa, this morning. It is more
than likely that Mr. and Mrs. lleuui'tt
will return uud locate near Salem in a
Mr. and Mrs. I). Tallff, of Turk ltiver.
North Dakota, who have been spending
several months in Uregnn wltli u view to
loading here returned to their home to
day via steamer to Portland.
Little Paul (ioisy, of Portland, who
has been visiting his grandmother, Mrs.
J. .1. Murphy, returned to his home yes
terday. His saddle pony was sent to
him today via steamer.
I). J. Kelty, of lktthol, was in tlio
city today on biiBinosH. Ho suvs there
is no sjKJihHl grain in his neighborhood,
unless it is some caused bv tlio farmers
thrashing too early.
Miss A. II. I.uso, of Montana, is the
guost of hor cousin, Mrs. H. M. Vander
vort. Miss I.uso wus the first professor
of elocution in Willamette I'nivorsity.
Mr.amlMrs.il. S. Ilndabaugh, re
turned last evening from a months va
cation at Fish I.ukr, very much im
proved in heulth.
Mrs. J. Hughes, of Oregon Citv, who
bus beon visiting in Dalian, eunie over
today and will vinit with Sulen. friends
a short season.
Miss ltubio Fisher, who bus lieon
vhdting F. M. Miller's people, left this
morning for her lwmo t Hand Point,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Southerland and
nnn family, returned from Jmvport,
where they have been for several weeks.
Marion county's former AsMeaor I). 1.
Coffee, euino down from The Dalles vee
terduy. Ho drove to Aumsville today.
Condon lkmn started this morning for
ufewweek nt Mnpletou, on the Siu.
law, at the homo of his grandmother.
Kd Croisflii wont to the country this
mernim: to look over somo vhnut HmIi!
uud attend to implement busiiiei-s.
Mrs. K. M. Young, of Independence.
und Miw Frankie Itrown, of Moiintoutli,
were in the city shopping today.
II. Pohle, wont over to Newport to.
day for n little camp life. Mrs. PoJtl
will follow in a few days.
Mrs. W. T. Gray ami family, Mrs. S.
C. Adams and Mrs. K. M. WhU ro
turned from Newport today.
Mm. S. K. Owen awl Mrs. I). A.
Madison of IndetHtmleuce. soont UmImv
in Salem slioppim;.
mm t'liarlotte Helenbmnil, r-Humil
last niglit from a for tuigltt'i visit at ?-v
sale and Astoria.
Mhw Iva Irvine, nrturtied from Kuaene
wheiv kite has Uwn vUitiiig Iter bnUir,
K. I., Irvine.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cuutiintuam re
turned this morning from Klamath
lire. J. M. hitclteuand daughter, of
maytoii, were in tMitotn to uo chopping.
.Miwi juiry (iisaiiiig, w iviiiani, was
in tnecity today on tntslnesri.
-Mrs. A. f . Vox left today to vialt her
duughtor at Walla Walla.
C. Harnack, tmokiHan of tho S. L,
A T. Co,, la in lVirdHiul.
I Lkmt. Cluia. Murphy went to lVxt-
lattU tw altoritooH.
Mrs. W. Utonrette roturuwl this
UMMrnmg f raw lialhu.
llimt Pwh JotHM rv anted to POri
laad this titVamoou.
A. MaUill wir u. Albauv
Hon, R. 11, FtaK is in ih,.
mi, i imrrm
FuD ic fluGiion
P, M, until the entire stock of goods and
untri.n.ned hats, , sl.npos, ostrich ; feathery !.!, wlnKS.ml nil kiil9 0 iat
flno ve vet, ace, veils, tine gimps, mm
eih. - - , .-, -.,
. a ta 1 .4 . ..-.! ll.n hiimmIhiiIII Id IWjl 14 til ... it. .
nf n lifetime, for the stock s nil new nnu cicnu, aim me
there will be no reserve on the stock. N-uts will be provided
307 Commercial Street.
&r V"$fxer vrVWV?r'
Enquire of your grocer
for it and try it, X
Every sack guaranteed
All from old wheat and
best in market
State and Libert Sis. Salem, Ore.
i' i.STV '' i" V" i "h t ' 'v
For Your Sparc Bed.'Room
Don t miss R'curing one of the hand
somely decorated English jwrcelnln and
toilet sets. Fur .juality, Iwauty of dec
oration and design these prices are al
most like giving them awav. Wo have
the tlnet stock of ehinn', lamps and
crockery at the lowest prices to bo found
124 Steto at Telepbouo 51
UAMhl)-A young man to lenm tho
Jewelry busuieas, only tho who eomo
wel recommende.1 need apply. C.
H. Hinges, 2tw Com. St. S-W-tf dAw
NANrhD-At the Cottage Hotel, n
cook ami a diali waslier, at once. 24
Court street. J. V. Stiiiger, Prop.
"The liirl From Chili'' ooiuiilii-atos
and comprUw the domestic traiaiuilitv
pi some doaftn or more people without
intent or iKirno. and w .um.iti..
weave about them a web of clrcuuwtan
Ualweots which turns liappineas into
ChaOS lUllch ti. that mir.ult.i.u.l 1 ..-
of tlw audleiicA for it.. u.i 1
riirtokuot a dull line in the niece
wry word, evr aet and every c imax
calls forth an out-burst of lauahter T
w a play to be n to be apprec'iateil
aiul will open at the opera hoole for one
iht oowwwnciHg ttejct Friday night.
HOTt L ARRIVALS.
Jaiuee il Item-, So, Ouialia, Nb. ; C
h. Itobuwuu, and wife, liraham 'Mn.a
-.wiwuranaiu uiaae, Portland; K It
QeoL Walker l.Uaml; M7 Scinlon
iMUi"l??rt'-.Mlnu-: ll ASmltli, Port.
BBSS- Jt"'' TJ-- -S,As
AIkOUvw .Stat , lloqabm. Wash.,
K. J. SiHincer, Itodale; W. 8. PAwaj.
John Brag.. Tm. BvatM- TW DUi.
Tle 6m weather is eucouraiM. aud
on Commercial Street.
2 P, M and continue
mm k u miumiug necesmrr
," iy mo inuiea to
for the Indies.
REEDS' OPEEA irorsE
Putton Hros., Lessees and Managers
One Night Only,
A Strong Caste!
Scale of Prices
First Kalci.ny 7.
SiH-oml Itali-'-ny 50
Scats Now Sclltng.
No More Cnnpet Monopo'y.
OTAN & IE WIN
Have jtut reoelvwl a Urge nj)i
up or i arimi. jiub '" r ..vZti
Twe are bought I" Hi i ,"'v'?'
brvaic rauaoi'uly i'ii
Jut ail.le.1 r.ir the free nrt f P'"M
ot mir Unaertaklnij Uirtmfi.
Lay in your winters supply w
while cboap. Hecond growth Ijr c
from lurgo troea 2.26 ior ci.nl, alw
lurge tlr, ash nnd ole oak.
I. S. IIbxtlkv iV Co.,
Phono SO. 810 Front cor. Chcnnkaa.
Will commence in a few days. I' J?
forget to supply yourself with cite,
tea, baking powdors, extracts and spice
at our store. . .
W wUI give a barrol for hop poking
with a Two Dalbti'
porthuw, awl ye"
YOKOBAMA TEA STORE.
uutrt.M- j ottd g.l d-d, wuh v -ot at tlw
J Whit Uot, k.t4Biuvr.
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