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Harness & Saddle Sora.
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All Horse Ailments,
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Rub in Vigorously.
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THE CITY HALL GOES
Onleicd Coniplelul Without
LIGHTS AND CAR LICENSE!).
A Mroly Session or Hah m Lira
Tho city couucll met lust eveuhiK In
regular session with tbu nmyor nud all
members present, excetit Altlermnn
Kuy, who was absout from the city.
Hrfiiro proceedluf? to bttuluetw Hla
Honor, the aldeioieti hiu! ulty olllcers
present submitted to u Hub llutit, und
no doubt a beautiful pholo of tho city
uigntioneB win noon ornament tu
various business ofllees of the city.
Tlio tlnauce cotnmltteo reported In
favor ot receiving from C. N. and E
J. Potter the amount due front ihem
on State street Improvement. Adopted.
Aldermum DIUKham was allowed
lurther time to prepare amendments to
the dog ordlnauco.
(Iutchins & Bouthwlck J2.788 00
W. J. Polly 82(j)
iieiner Ltrug Uo go
dalem Water Co loo 2u
Urowu & Smith 27 4
J. C. Ganltitr 2 uu
Glover & Pugh 75
U. McKlllop . 10 CO
U. P. Tovvle o 60
Portlaud Gas Uo 47 8(1
Patton Uroa a 00
John Maurer .... a 60
Statesman (Jo . 70
Bert rJavuge 13 00
jaiem Uo u at. Ky. Uo H4 17
Salem Truck A Dray Co
O. A. Smith
Reduced 15 33.
Tho committee ou streets reported In
favor of the sidewalks prayed for ou
Uellevue streeU from 14th to 10th and
ou Mill street from 12th to 19th; also
that the recorder bo Instructed to pub
lish uotlcea. Adopted
The license committee reported In
favor of grautlug llcennes to E. Kjkor
leu, W. R. Audersou aud J. G. Kon
Tho commltteo on flro aud water
roportod In favor of rotiowlng tho In
surance policy on the flro engine for
$1000 which was adopted.
The comtnltto of health and police
reported In favor of electing four add!
tlouul policemen to servo durlnglhe
state fair. The following wero recom
mended and unanimously elected:
Bert Savage I. W. Miller, Doc. Gibson
and Wra. Bennett.
Recorder Edea made the following
report concerning tho electric railroad
companies, which was adopted.
I Hud that tbo Halom Motor Co.
commenced oporatloua iu this city In
September, 1803, having at that time
three cars running regularly, and one
car used for train purposes. Iu March,
1805, the Salem Motor Co. niado a
truusfer of the road to the Stale Insur
ance Co., which company about two
months later transferred, the road back
to them, The Salem Motor Co. are
now operating three earn regularly and
one to meet trains.
Tho Capital City Railway Co., com
menced operations Iu October, 1800.
using at that time two cars. The Con
solidated Street Railway Co. took
charge of the road on March 1, 1803,
tiavlug at luai time eigut cars, xuey
are now operating six cats.
irom tho recoras at my oinco 1 una
that the following amounts have been
paid by the street car companies for
a Jauuary 11, 1803, Capital City Rail
way Co. t30
Salem Motor Co. (31.25.
April ,169J, Salem Street Railway
Making the total amount of licenses
paid by street car companies 170,2"),
En. N. Edls, Recorder.
The Dally Post brlug the ouly bid
der ou clty-prluting, was awarded the
bueluess fur a year at J ct. per line.
The city hall commute submitted
the following repert:
Balem. Or.. Sept. 17, 1605.
To tt 0 Honorable Mayor and Cjuucll ot tbe
Ulty or Biea:
(4KNTLKMEN We, your committee
ou City Hall, to whom was referred the
matter 01 continuation 01 coubkuuuuu,
beg leaye to report as follews:
1'Ue conlractoro have drawn $32509 07
Estimate to be passed upon SS7B8 00
Total 80 per cent estimates and
15000 advanced $36297 07
Total estimates iu full 37870 00
Jiy the time tbe roof is on aud the
front stepo completed the estimate will
reach tuo sum of $40,030. This will
leave but $14,600 back ou the contract.
It Is tbe opinion of your committee
that any attempt to linwh certain per
tious of the building for occupancy
without carrying out toe full extent of
tbe contract, will add extra expense to
the structure, aud If We Bhould attempt
to simply put the building In readiness
for temporary occupancy, the er.pense
would so nearly approach the sum
fixed in the contract that tbe eUort
would not be justifiable. We also be
llevf that to let the bulldiog stand as it
Children Cry for
much oxtr,ipynn.i.,. i .,i........ ........
much extra exnniim. inoiialn ui..M .......
ntlone. " r " "
To let the building Htand In Its pr.s
out uutlulalipu condition would Illy
ctiiu poit With Salem's previous wen
earutd reputation f.,r ptiMi anil eur,o,
therefore, your commltteo IHIevn
that It Is to the beHt lmerrsi.1 i.rtbecity
Ihut the contractors be urged to as rap
idly as possible push tho construe lou
W.T. Ilia Hon,
Committee an City UaU.
ThufuUoAlng parties made applica
tion for liquor llceuws. A. I. Wagner,
Kllnger A Beck, Nlckerniau & Houok
and Uutte A Wenderworth. R tferred.
Manager Anson of the Consolidate!
L'ght and Power company was present,
and was Invited to take a seat withlu
the bar. As the tlnauce cummiltfe
recotnlueiidcd a reductlou of 415.33 to
the oil! of the electric light company a
ui tiou was carried to permit Mr. An.
bid to explain why amie should not
Mr. Duncan martu u verbal report to
show that Salem was paying more fur
street lights than many other cities
ou the coast, aud claimed that our city
should have a reductlou. He gave an
exhaustive review of the city's flnau
ca, und mjved tint th city tako s'eps
neoessary to reduce tho compensation
for arc llithts from HO to ?9 per month.
On tuoliou Mr. Auson was Invited to
address the council on the subject.
The geutlemau spoko brh-tly , and asked
that In as much a? no sj eclllo figures
had been given, as u basis of the mo
tion, that the mutter be referred to a
committee for Investigation. He then
mado a pleu for a rebate of Hie city
lUetiPo on car lines, slating that while
car lint s hud betn operated at a loss,
aud ha I beeu abandoned iu tuauy
places, Salem had been given good ser
vice. Mr. RJgdou moved that tho subject
bo referred to the committee ou ways
and means. Mr. Murphy moved uu
amendment that it go to a special com
initios. Carried. Tho major appointed
Messrs. Rlgdon, Smith und Duncan
Mr. Murphy moved that tho com
mltteo on accounts be Instructed to de
duct from tho electrlo light bills the
llconse foos duo uluce Juuuuary 1, after
October 1, If uot paid before that time.
Carried, Albert votlug uo.
Tho members of Central lodge, K. of
P., petitioned the couucll fir the titto of
the council chamber as u room for re
hearsal of a drama uud tho request was
Councilman Itlgiioti Introduced a
resolutlou for a sommlttee of three, with
the mayor aud street commissioner, to
meet the United States senators ou
river matters, RigdoH, Ilolman und
Mr. Rlgdou presented a resolution
Instructing tlio recorder to correspond
with ten of tho largest cities iu Oregon
and ten iu Washington rotative to tbe
price of electrlo lights. Carried,
An ordlnauco was presented to eslub
1UI1 a grade on Fifteenth street.
-..Hide Milk Jut;.
A "telltalu" milk Jug Juts Iwon de
riscd iu rnplanil It isn glass measure,
gradnutt'tl at tM'ry iii.uttr pint. Bolow
tlio pint mid halt pint untikstlireo line
aro otolied, bhowlng tlio tliickucss of
croani wliich slioixld appear in milk of
Bvorago quality, In good and iu vory
good milk, thus tncasuriiig totli qnau
Uty and quality,
tip to It-'u TniiiiestiT
Mamma (iiilHiiifj tlio Hlippor; Wil
Uo, my son
"WilHo (ncrosa tho mntonml kneo)
Spank nwny, mamran, but dou't give
me that old chestnut about itfl hurtln
you woreo'n It hurts mo. Chicago
and those about to
should know that
Dr. Pierce's Fa
robs childbirth of
its torture, terrors
and dangers to
both mother and
child, by aiding Nature In preparing
system for parturition. Thereby "lab
parturition, iiiereoy "laour"
add also the penal of confinement nre
shortened. It alw promotes an
ant secretion of noitrlsittueiii lor
the child. During pregnancy, it pre
which o many sttfier
Tunis. Collie Co , Texas.
Dr K V Pn.KCK, Ilnffalo, NY..
Ifrai Mi I took your "I'norite Tre
scriptlon " prevloitH to confinement and
never did no ell in my life. It la only
two ueekH klnce my confitiement and I am
able to do my work. I feet sttonger than I
ever did iu nix weeks before.
A MOTHER'S EXPERIENCE.
Smith Html. 1'ililA' Co, ll'asfi.
Da R V J'lhKCB, Ilnffalo. N V
)ai Mr I bigau taking your "I'avor.
He I'reanlptlou " the first month of preg-
liauey, auu nave con
tinned takiug U shice
coufiiietueut J (lid not
epcri-uce the nantea
or any of the ailment
due to pregnancy, aAer
I began taking your
"i'recrii)tion " I was
onlv in labor a abort,
time, aud the physician
sa d I got along
"wiYhlnkitaavedme "a. Dk.
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a gTeat deal of suffering, I was troubled a
Sreat deal f 'cuconuea also, and,it has
oee worlj -xxl for we.
JtfcKl ill .1 'it
for Infant! and Children.
MOTHERS, Do You Know ,.t ratc
Batcraan'a Drop), Godfrey' Cordial, many ao-callcd Boollitn? Bjttipa, and
most remedies for children ore comjienetl of opium or morphlnef
" VH Knoy tint opium, mid moril.lne nrc tutcrytn(r narcotic jwlnons f
Von Know tttal In lnoit countries JrutrgUlaare not pennltlcd to cll narcotic
without labeling them potions f
no You actioivllmt j-ou ahould not pertntt any medicine to b given your child ,
unless you or your phj slclan know of what It la composed ?
o Yon Know that Castorta Is n purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Us Ingredients U published with ecry bottle I
Po You Know that Castorla Is the prescription of the fnmoiis Dr. Bamuel Pitcher.
Tlut It has been lu use for nearly thirty cars, aud that more Castorla Is now sold than
of alt other remedies for children combined ?
no You Know that the ratent OOlce Department or the United States, and of
other countries, hac Issued exclusive right to Dr. rltchernnd his assigns to use the word
" Castorln" and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prison offense r
no You Know that one of the reasons for granting this go eminent protection
wm because Castorta had been pnn en to be absolutely llHrntlCHn?
no Yon Know that 33 nverago doses of Castorla arc furnished for as
ecutt), or one cent a dose?
no You Know that when possessedofthl perfect preparation, your children snoy
Ve tept weU, aud that j ou may have unbroVeu rest ?
Well, tlicwe HilngH are worth tnowlng. They are facts.
Children Cry for
THE BQFFET CAR BOUTE-
NtvThe Shortest and Quickest Line
Pacific Coast Points,
St. Paul and the East.
Crosj04 both tboOaisadotinna tho lloclty MouuUlnit tn dnyllght, nllordluif paMcnccra.tlio
niortuulty of t
TWO trftln.1 riflllv fmm IVivflnnri. nun nt 11 ,1
AN.nnd riiioknuo. Huns Bii)erlr(iilimoiU, 0011 Istlnij of dlulng cars, bnllot library cars
painonnd ttplinUtrrod tnurlktalioplngrara. Tliobullut lllirjry oarsninmarvoUnr PlrRana
uuaeomroit. ('ontiunli)ir bnth room, imrbor shop, ousy olinlrs, etc. Tho iiiiiirnincciii twin
.o "!. .J'"1, "Anrlhwesl" and 'Northland." leao iJululU every Monday and Friday lor the
Woo," Murklnno Ulund, Detroit, Ulovcleud and I'tillUlo In connection with the Ureal North-
em ItallWilV. Ilnvn vnur ltf.fcr.fa rt.i.rt vlfi tllft Nmt I 1IKIIM UTViM.IIIIIIVUIIIlUV mm An.
Joya dollghttul rldo free mnn the heat and dust.
It. O. HTKVKMH, O- W. V. A.
till Front St., tjcatHe, Wnth.
THE 1 -
UOPEfR BROS.,. Fbbwshers,
' In oh every
ui wunuiff uiu
in America I
tn via UamHI DitilnnAnia Km m uln M 1
For tickets or geuoral.tnforninliou call on
A. II. U. DhNNIWl'ON, 0. 1 A T. A,
121 Third iu, l'ortlftnd, Or.
Paper of tic Capital'
S ,!, (U3GC1N,
$b Rpl'CES FOR G.iSNDRONS ABEfAS FOLLQS
The Willamette Hotel.
LEADINCJ- HOTEL'OF THECITY.
Uo buildings and points of interest,
Plumbing und Tinriiny.
J, C. GOODALE,
COBURG LUMBER YARD,
TWELFTH STREET, NEAR DEPOT
All grades and dlmouslous of IJtiUllng Lumber. LargORt stock aud Lowest
prl"i. J. "E. RAKER, Mfiitar
TT I TATMIT I l 11
Road Machlnory and Agrlculturalllmplements.
IditMt ImprovMl Good. Hud LowMt FileM.
Cor. Slat, ind Liberty Sit. SALEM OREGON
, tt. .I.IMW
Ofegoii-' for ' a I -Classes of
jni'i ( j M
SpocinlB fflO vayhl
Electrlo cars leave hotel for alt nubJs
(Special rates will bq given to trninne.tt
A. I. WAGNER,
Soo ua beforo ordorinir.
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