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Wc Know Your Trouble
Holidays are Near
Let us Suggest a Remedy
A NICE HOUSE COAT
A RICHLY EMBROIDERED PAIR OF SUSPENDERS
A SILK MUFFLER
. A NICE UMBRELLA
' s A HANDSOME TIE
A HALF DOZEN SHIRTS
SET OF SHIRT STUDS
And numerous articles that will be apprec
iated because they are useful
G. W. Johnson & 60.
Are the children growing
nicely? A little stronger
each month' A trifle
heavier h That's good.
Or is one of them growing
the other way? Growing
weaker, growing thinner,
If so, you should try
Scott's Emulsion at once.
Tis hoth a food and a
medicine to all delicate
in the right
taller, stronger, healthier.
J . md 1 1.00, til druiiHU,
257 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
20 per cent
fiOO shoe for;t 00
i M Mioa fur 3 co
4 00 Shoo for 3 UU
a M Hboe for 'i so
3 w Shoe for 1 40
I M Shoo for 2 CO
i 00 HUM for 1 CO
1 75 8ho for 1 40
M Shoe for 1 W
1 2ft Shot for 1 00
1 ou Blioo for hi
Pi Hint HI.
A Hnnd Turn Dross Shoo,
M W for U 40.
M "H & .stlrst! Ml wssM aaa1 .aH -m
THE MILT JOURNAL
UV HOSr-IDlt BBOTBBK8
TUESDAY, DEO. 10, 180JK
Dully, OiioYcnr 93.00,1a Artvanoo
Dolly, Toui Montbi $1 00, U ftdvnnoo
Weikly, One Year 01.00, In iidvanoe
Tlio borrowers uro vngngcil in a
lejrlslntlve Htrtigttlu to suvo their Indus
try nml desorvo tho support anil sympa
thy of1 overy poison Intelligent mioutrh
In comprehend tliu dlfllcullIoH (lint tliuy
' eontoml UKulnat. By combination nml
co-operation they Book to reduce com
polltlon and restore- prices to tho cost of
Aa ono of tholr speaker has wull put
it, it Is no (longer tho law of supply
nod demand thtil controls prices, hut
tho Inlltionrcs Unit control supply nnd
iloinnnd detornilno what tho prolucor
shall receive. This is tho key to tho
wholo sltnntloti, nml tho cent ml idea o
tho predomlnntliiK imlltlcnl economy
that is coming to prevail in all Holds
of luminous nncl production.
The Ilnpurowont' Association thou
seek 10 control, ho fur us Oregon is con
rornod, tho eupply of inurcliunlahle
hops. Upon their success depends tho
hope of tho tjrowor, more than iikii u
protective tariff, tho Hold stnndard,
hanking lawn or whloh political party
till tho public olllcos. Admitting, for
thoaukoof nrgutnout, Hint thorn! latter
related facts uro factors In tho raw, It It
confessed hy tho urgunionts of tho
( rowers' Association, by tho very fact
mat growers nro orgituuliig to mvo
thomyclvos, tlmtthoy van not roly ou
t a riff h, rolungo laws or any olltlcul do
vlcu for salvation. It is n ''condition of
tlitugit," not a theory, that tho hop
grower, tho wheat grower and jho pro
ducer generally Is up against.
Under tho oonnxUitlor system tho
titiurgunlr.od producer, who remains in
open competition uitn an otliers vnga
Rod In tho saino industry, will fall vie
tint to tho orgunued iiiiddluniaii, tho
organised transportutlon companies, tho
organised capitalist, and tho organized
manufacturers. Tho latter can dictato
terma to tho unorganised hopgrowor,
and at tho same tlmo nnilot him houv
ily by Increasing cost of Ids minplles,
The problem than is thist Can tho
hopgrowers get hlmuulf out of Uncom
petitive class and Into iho non-eouiiieli-Uve
class? Thoro it no good reason w hy
he cannot do this. Ho must tin it or
Ills lnduttry will go to tho wall. Tar
lift niut sound money may lialp lum or
may not, but in tho end ho must holp
hlmuulf. Ho may not bo nblo to accom
plish much this year, hut he will accom
plish inoro next year. In his efforts ho
deserves encouragement nud substan
tial tupjHirt. His success is tho succckh
of ovcry family In western Oregon.
Tho financial stringency In Now York
will hardly effect tho money market on
I'ncillo Coast. Hut It Is an unomlnnuH
commentary on the patwaKo of tho K"lil
standard bill that there should have
licon almost n panic on Wall Street.
Tho Now York stock oxchanno was wild
with excitement caused hy tho throw
ing ii)ou tho market of millions of dol
lars of clocks of trust compsnlos.
This was probabh' caused by tho
Ilritish rovmw in South Africa, whoro
tho hubblo of coulldoiico in Kuglish
capltalistlo Inllatlons and operations of
Npoculatois has Ihhiii badly punctured
The Secretary of tho treasury has ad
van cod Interest on tho national debt
noarlya month f5,50O,0OO Tho No
York clearing houso banks have ad
vamJ JlO.tKW.OOO gold to rellovo tho
money markot. but the worst Is prob
ably not yet known.
If these xHdionts nro neconsary so
early in tho game, what about tho
boasted security und stability of llnanco
under Iho gold staudanl? It is pre
teiuhil that cutting off tho gold supply
from South Africa by tho Trousvaal war
will have no effect, hut It looks very
much iih if England had killed tho goom
that gave her a golden nostegg, of oun
third tho gold product of tho world,
when eho wont to war with tho Jloors.
If gold continue to grow in demand,
and that demand cannot ho supplied,
silver ulomi can bo resorted to for coin
age. Unless some change takes place
that cannot now bo anticipated, bimetal
Ism is inevitable us tho last and only
recourse for a coin basis. However, it
Is to bo hoped tho Now York crista is
only teuiH)rary, that conlldenco will be
restored, and that the county is not on
tho vorgo of another nle.
conclusion that wlillo tho Englishmen
behind tho guns may he nil right the
wliikj gnullng lords commanding
them nro not of tho highest order of
Intelligence. Section Foreman I'runty
is atlll loyal totho Ilritlrh.
TiikJouuvaiJiun decided to skip its
customary holiday edition this year, and
would advlsa builness men to use every
day advertising instead. Tho holiday
editions aro a good thing in a good year,
but should not absorb funds that could
ba bolter expanded for regular advor
tMng. Itosehurg Iteview: l'residout Haw
ley has been lecturing ou expansion,
and his school has been notably
'II le Htatn university nan a premium
of tho gallivanting lecturing order who
heiltated at no social or economic
problem. Fortunately hu was Induceil
to remove to other climes, where, it is
hoped that his varied talents are more
appreciate than they wcro In Eugene.
Eugene (luard. a
Education 1m an universal necessity,
Every man's con or' daughter should
feel free to get it at a public institution
of learning without having to receive
any political or religious propagandas
on the side.
MAHION COUNTY MATTEns
Justness Being Transacted At the Coutt
Tho final accjunt of Geo, C. Will and
E. U. Will, co-executors of tho last will
and testament of John Will, "deceased,
has been allowed, end tho executor dis
missed. In the. matter of tho estate of Eliza
Coyle, deceased. The appraisers for tho
Marion coutity property nro, T. K
Ford, Thos. Catifleld, A. Huckestein;
for Multnomah county, Oeorgo K.
Clarke, F. II. Holbrook, nnd T. T. Uurk
hardt. Jacob foliar has been apiwlntcd guar
dian of the person and cstato of Chas.
Mndgcr, a minor, und his bond fixed
S. J. Kerr and wlfo to James Fredrick
Davidson and wife and 1'etcr Gooding,
land in wcUon .'!0 in t I, s r 2 w, w d.
Wm. MacMaster and wife to Leo Mil
ler 410 acres in t U, r 3 w, w d. $3280.
Christian Frlckcy nnd wife to W. A.
Gleason, the west half of Iota No. 1 and
2,in block No. 11, of Christian Knllroad
addition to Salem, w l. $2lK).
Sherman Swank to Tliomas Johnson,
lots No. 1 and 2, in block No. 15 in Mer
rlfleldV addition to Aunisvlllr, w d.
HeWitt's Little Early Ulsers purify
the blood, clean the liver, Invigorate
tlionyatcm. Famous llttln pills for
cuifstlpatiou and liver troubles.
Stones Drug. Stores.
The amount of rainfall In Tillamook
county In November was 11 Inches.
ONE WHO KNOWS
Claims the Asylnm Superintendnet
a I'rofMablq Private Patient,
S.U.KM, Dee, 17. In a recent Issue of
Til JouKNAi. there appeared an article
ou the present superintendent of the In
sauo Asylum In regard to going vast
with a patient of that institution, and
the patient paying all expenses, etc.
As this "Wonderful" man Is about
to return to Iho "farm," and of course
not wanting to have such a "good thing"
slip into tho bauds of eotne ono (hat
would not tako tho "wholo thing," lias
removed this same patient to Eugeuei
and lias found n cheap lioardliig plaCo
for him, where ho will bo well cared
for aliout ten dollars er month. Of
course this "big" man, (the superin
tendent) lias charge of this patient, und
draws itlxuit f0 per niont from his peo
ple, (who live in w foreign land) who,
wo suppodo, hollyve tho patient receives
tho entire amount, nnd is projwrly cared
Perhaps there are several pitleuts
scattered around over tho state in tho
same way, but wo hope such is not tho
case, Anyway it Is hot likely that tho
Dr. would haui an Inmate of an Insane
Asylum running after him, union he
wits getting a good share of tho monthly
They Hay, "this same man has stocked
up on Hue canned goods mid fancy
groceries enough to last a long time, and
will continue to "do the statu" till Jan
uary llrst MX). S.
Oold Standard Bill Approved.
IUit silver will still buy von n llrst-
class meal nnd one that you can enjoy
at tho Wonder ltestaurnut.
The people of Jackson county nro
joiclngover the heavy rainfall of
To Curo a Oold In Ona Day
'rk lithe Ilroiuii Otilulo TtlitoU
ilnliul-u if fuuil tho woiicy iflt fIU In rur
r.. w. iirtvtiitruturo mmonoti ii. av,
Fake iidvortisltig costs Balom liusiuess
Hople enough to push legitimate adver
tising and pindi out for wider trade
uveuues, and tho fake busiutsi Isn't
worth n whoop.
Portland Democrats protend to have
serious differences of opinion over tho
inonov iiuestlon. All irrigate on tho
high line ditch when the Itepultunu sack
is oxjKmtd to lew.
T.eket Agent Skinner has come to tho
Sorukhmy Floor m
can never be made
a pleasing pastime,
but one -half the
will be paved
Auuihcr Kerry Accident Loies Uentley A
Co.'s Ueat Team.
Early this morning n lino pair of
horses found a watery resting pluco at
tho bottom of the Willamette.
1). S, Uentley was driving his lost
team to a gravel wagon, going over to
Mlnto's Island for a loud. He started
onto Iho ferry ttonw, above tlio 0. It. l
N.dock, hut ono of the horses took
(right and crowded tho other off the
apron of iho scow and was himself
The bank is steep tit this point nud,
pushed hy tho heavy wagon, tho horses
plunged into deep water.
Mr. Uentley stayed with the outfit
until ho found it useless, then Jumped
from tho hind end of the wagon lutoj
water over waist-deep and uot ashore.
Team and wagon went out of sight in
almut 15 feet of water.
This wus ono of tho. boat team in the
city, and will lm greatly iiiUmhI by I
liontley Co. in their Imslnom.
OUA11AM At his homo ou Fourteenth
street, Salem, Monday, IKsj. IS, of
heart falluro, K. Allen Clraham, aged
Air. Gruhain was born in Franklin
county, Ohio, and came to Oregon alwut
40 yojirs ago. Ho has resided in Ma
rlon county about 0 years, and for a
goodly portion of tliu time wasassistaut
Jinitor at the state house. letter ho has
been Janitor at tho Marion county coutt
houw. Ilia last itluesa was of about (I
weeks duration. Ilo leaves a wife nti-1
adopted daughter, Mrs. 0, 1. Wools.
Burial will tako placo from near
hia old Itome an Saltcrok, Polk county,
Wwlnewlay, service belug couductol at
Mother's advice Is worth more than
the advice of any other woman to the
daughter who is perplexed by the prob
lems of phyiscal health and comfort.
There's no need therefore to " write to a
woman," who is a stranger.
There may, however, be need for a
phvueian's advice to supplement the ad
vice or the mother. In Mich a case the
oiler of free consultation by letter, made
by Dr. Pierce, ojwns the way to health,
and at the same time avoids the uu
pleasant questionings, the repulsive ex
aminations and offensive local treatments
which less experienced physicians often
A.iy sick or ailing woman Is invited to
write to Dr. Pierce, Iluualo, in the strict
est privacy, Each letter is held as n
sacred confidence nnd its answer Is sent
in a plain envelope, hearing' no printing
Io not be misled by advertisements
offering "medical advice," which are
published hy those who not being' phy
sicians are not qualified to give such ad
vice. Any physician or doctor who has
a legal and professional right to the title
will publicly claim that title. Those
who offer " medical advice" und Invite
you to " write to a woman " do not claim
that the woman is a doctor. The " medi
cal advice" of an unprofessional woman
is just ns dangerous as the "medical
advice" of an unprofessional mini In
more than thirty years Dr. Pierce nud his
staff of nearly a score of medical social
ists, Have successfully treated over Halt a
uiilllou women. You can write without
fear ns without fee to Dr. R. V. Pierce,
nufHilo. N V.
Portland, Dec. 10. Wheat
60 CH 51 Walla Walla.60c. to CI.
Flour Portland, f 2.75 to 3.00. Super
One $3.15 per bbl.
Oat White S630c. grey 33.
Hay Timothy 9f 11.00 per too.
Hops 8llc; old crop 5 Cc.
Wool Vallov. 1213c: Eastern Or
egon, 8Ue Alolialr, 27 80.
Mlllstuff Uran, $17; shorts, (18,
Poultry Chickens, mixed, fS.OO to 3.50
Hens 4 to 4.50, turkeys, live, 13c.
Eggs Oregon ,25c per do.
00 lbs, 7J8; sheep pelts, 1520c.
Onions 1 to ljc.
Uutter Best dairy, 37J$40; fancy
creamery, 50c to 55c etoro 25c 35c ir
Potatoes 50 to 00c per cental.
Hogs Heavy dressed 5c to Oc.
Mutton Dres8od,fljC to 7c icr pound.
Beef Steers. 3.604.00 J cows, I3.00
(313.50 dressed, beef 0$ to IVi
Veal drossed, 0J8c.
Wheat 58 pounds nnd over 40c.
Wool 10c, Mohair 30c.
Hops 0 to 10c.
Barley 35 to 38c.
Oats 20 28o.
Hay Baled, cheat fS.OO., Timothy
Flour In wholesale
Mlllstuffs bran fl.l.OO nhortn
llogs Uresseu, ojc.
Live cattle Steers 3cows 2,' In 3
Dresswl Veal 0c.
Butter Dairy 18 ccreamory Soc.
Poultry Chickens 0 to 7e, Turkeys 1
Potatoes 25 to 30c.
Christmas Close at Hand
and nil nro preparing to entertain their
friends. Tho best place to buy your
mince meat, fruit, groceries and pro
visions in ut the reliable store of Bran
Kin ft Itagau. 12 13 cod
lots $2.70 retail
All Millincrv nt actual eot the re
mainder of Oio season. E. Smith,
Stato street. 1 2-11-2 w
The Bon Bon
Has a now proprietress who will contin
ue to serve all pntrons with the freshest
slock of best confectionery and fruits.
A refreshing drink of soda or cider and
the best of in'garM nt 138 Stato Street.
11 14 lm Mits. A. Cuhtih.
Will fill your order for n roast,
broil or fry of beef, mutton,
pork or sausage. Corned lieef.
nicely cooked, uoncd nud pressed
ready to alico for your lunch.
Wo havo our own delivery man.
Your patronage solitlted.
138 State St
EDUCATIONAL- AND MUSICAL.
EVA JF. COX,
Teacher of Piano and Organ
Studios 333 Front St.
German and French
Taught grammatically and conversat
ionally. Mrs. Penncbaker will recelvo a limited
inimlier of pupils, desiring Instruction
In theso languages, at her home, on
Church street. Tlleso languages xsero
acquired abroadjjy this teacher. 12 8-3m
Associate Teacher;Writern Conseiva
toiy, Kansas City, Mo., representing
the Inter-state System. l Salem, Ore.
Orer First National Hank. Reslderce
376 Church street. Studio liours-q to
9 12. nnd 2 to 5.
T l y tj 0.1 kj a
U now prepared to recclio a
No 417 Marlon si.
few more putills.
jrABLUtD SS 9.
OUsUU IiJU6&6?Z&2a2 K(CaW
. vwwtf J'frJjhtS'r'V
'r. W '
JfyD rOt CATALOCieJ?
Chung Lee Co.
A fine line of holiday joocs, Chinese and Jap
anese fancy goods. Ladies' underwear and wrap
ers. Satin and silk waists, price $4.50, made to
order. Come and see our goods.
329 Commercial St. Cottle Blk.
A SATISFIED CUSTOME
Will advertise us
And our wares.
Yew Park Grocery,
Fresh Oregon Buck
Maple syrup In bulk.
Taylor's co I o b r u t e d
butter always on baud.
""'"" l.'iiw Viui'iiuii VKilcullurWt.
It) MM-tlnl m r.iiiKi'iiirnl Willi Ilia inililMi.
i. v. . .i.iii,! ,t , hi. rTIIK OlIAbOK
Hun I ii Mr ll. Hit- Ifiiilluur HKrlcullurMl
rj-kly r ilo Ur.irru mill MWUtliil
Vllllvjr hlillK, in I lull ,lli 1 1, J iul.
i. nt uu i M-...IH .! low fletire. Tlio
uiani.i Ji i.. I Aiiuriiuri-iuurknlileforllia
r iiii.I u-,i 1. 1 llmiiiilriiia.siiillslili-
. wi.ii ,h i ,u I,u-t .ml uio.i iiruallciil imiwr
i ii- kii.it. ii-
IIS FAjM FEATURES,:J;i;:
IiiK, ir.nlmillur, l'uultry, MrUct Umr-
.. iiiiik, mill iiiii. r l
ril . ...I smyfiit
t iiii.i.ti. vinlirii t pracll-
111 furniMr.. tti.ii,Lld,.iHr,a.l
wi.lt lllx Irutliiii 1 y st.U trtikU.cuintilna
tu in .kit It liuul'i''!. i 'lliort tui"fruilt
i f A li.ir" Tim lutiit AUrkcIt nn.l
rumiuvrrlsl .BiJiiilturo r fatter in
THE FAMILY FEATURES i'Jlr
4il'tSu)diius l'aut'j Vt'uik, 1 (iooit
Cool., I'uiiln II. utt-iii. Library Coriitr,
sikl ount folk' I'ai.-M ixiiMbim lo uikk
I UiW IWiMrtuiiMit of m miK-li vhIuk aoj lnlr
iM an uit n i lm KcUI I umlly l"nr.
Allen & Bowersox
SALEM TILE FACTORY
(treat Itcdoction In
Now is the time to secure barmiins.
Prices uro lower now thun evei before.
Choice stock of the lt tile mndo In tho
Following is tho reduced p !ci 1 -it :
rClnch tils tlOM per toco feet.
i Inch lite 113 CO per luoa feet.
5 lucit ilia r.'uou per louo led.
a lucti tile tin oo per louo ft-ci.
T Inch Ills f 10 00 per louo feet.
s Inch tile I'ow pvi.leuo feel.
Write for sH'ciul rates by cur load lots.
.J. E. MVllVUY,
The Atkins Cross Cut Saws
Never fails to please;
We keep a fulljline ofnthem.
R. M. Wade it Co. Hardware
Estimates furnished, and work'done promptly, substantially
and at honest prices. "
Fruit and Hop Dryer work a specialty.
T. S, BURB0UGH8, 102 State St, Phone 15)1
SOUTH AND EAST
TE SHASTA ROJTE
EXPRESS TRAINS RUN m
70 I M
6:30 V M
7.M A M
Oftl I H
!nrllaii1 . - -
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Ar ..Iji Ai,.i '' I in k i.
Ar ...ki I'.mi;. J'! 1 V M
Niw tirlenns. ' 'I 5' A M
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6.1". A M
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r---New Ottawa "El 2 A S
IM NINO OARS.
Piillninn llrst class nnd UiuTIsTX
Ini? curs attached to nil ,LHletP
trains. Prompt connections f
ver, Omaha ami Chicago wiui'i"'
for other eastern cities? lraln
IICTWKKN t'OUTLAND ANO (i livl,.
Mall train, dally itxA-
7:30 A M
1IM I" II J
with truitia of thn (3. .,. i. ' ,,.V,nnts
Exprcas train tlyj,xJnlj' JJU
0 ) i tl'lici, !!,.., 'I 5 M 11
111... ., ..... ..
ui- b uiiimei-iiiins ut Han l.'r9h7r
co wit i steamship Hues for Haw. V
J A PA.". THE PlULIPP X KVvV
AUSTRALIA. ' ' A'N"
For throuuh tickets nnd ntw ..n
W. W. SKINNER, IJenot JuLm110"
0. D UAHIUELSON ut? TiA1','
Amil, 2-12 Commercial St '.i
. Con k Eastern Kailroad
2 For Vaqtilna:
Train Icavea Albany .... 12-45 . ,
Ira n leaves Corvall Is. . Jajf 5'
Arrives Albanv.. . IKS ?
3 For Detreit: 'u,,'n,
Lcaveh Albany ;.Mau
Arrives Detro t I aoa S
4 Returnln: . m.
Leaves Detroit 12-20 n m
A. rives Albany ImH
Ono and two connect ut Alhanyand
airvttllls with Southern Pacific tialm
IV lnK direct scrvk-o It and from X
port, und adjacent benches.
'Irnlnsfur tho mountain arriveit
Detroit at noin. Kvlti ample time
to reach camplu itnmnda on the
nreltcnbuMi und S.mtlaiu rlrcr the
II I. WAf.llKN. EDWIN BTOXE,
T I'. A 1', A. Ulll.nl
J.TUItNKK Anc.lt. AlUny.OrU
L. M. KIRK,
54. OH, i 58SStte St.
s p. m.l
Hay, Flour, Mill Feed, Buildingtoterial.
Ltme, Umcnl, Jrlastcr etc,
Grain, Hay and Straw stored
BC3BProinpt and carefu Jutention given -to tho dollvory'of eoods to any narl
of the citv. " ,Vtf
lf- a iinml.m.r. rtre s-iiiH. Thl wumlcrfu
SALEM HOP BUYERSs
No. 6S Stato Bt. 'Phone No. 1221.
Hush Ihtildint!, Commercial st.
(tiroinul floor). Ollico telenhnuo
remeily KtiaranterU Inciiri- all
wunilcrfut t-. "
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-, w ivi v yy mail urrnaiti. (-irriitP r aii.i.' r -7" I
....-.-,, Aniix.an,. i-ORTLAND. Oscoon
FOR SALE BY 1). J.TBY. SALEM, OUEOON.
Suit Ijtke, Hearer KI. ttorihl
i i ,'i ,n,u,M '. "' w.s'Wp"
I'oin. ni. rani, iJUluth, Nil.
vtsaketi Clilrao suit mt.
For Sin Krmiol.od.
To AilorU ami nay iiQilliio,
rortUiul, .NfwlHTk' ami w.j
Cyclopedia of Progress and Events
ah iriullnT tlirlr anli-r'tloii iinitrronr
lllbl'ii.c ..i r. an l-i. ni-.ilr.l
IM..1.1MI. I Will.
MI41li VN Ai.nii'l LTlltlar YKAitlniK
M.MA it fur linn Tliw t?rel Uwk la n
Im-iiii .1 Tiarr H'.il Kvrnl. ( tllb
- ! Mukt's JUikellny, suit
II. J, OrrKsiiKiiiKit, Manager,
sbCl Ollleo over Ijidd & IIiibIi llank,
Phono No. -101.
OATL1N & LINN.
Oillco over Weller'a (jiocery store.
Ouo door west of Dairy in pie's
store (ground Moor). 'Phone No.
tv CO. Ollico over Johnsons
Clothing store, in Iliish-llreymau
COUNin.U'B. At the Oregon lioapltal
aTtfhakllh Ihddi... V.il.iii. il V.h...l-.
ui tiiu tivHiic, iuoiii, vr,, .itoiiuav.
December 18. 1SSH0. Famuol Cornelius
aged :tl, yrara.
The patient was eoinmittoil to tho :
asylum from Itoseburi;, ami Iho re
main were 'sent to that city last liitfht
Wild Keeao aro rettortetl to be more
plentiful on tho prairie and wheat Holds
near Kugeue than for many yeara.
It Is a treasury of 8itlsUe,r'Ul to date, for
Kami or IUius u4 onica tir Factory A lUfer
. ncl ll.irlrnii K..m itiil.i-. li.tJTi. ... . ,
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A L1VESLEY & CO
Comiuervtal st. Second stair south
of I-add A Hush bank ; room 18,
upstaii-b, 'Phono 1211
Is now acknowledged the richest gold Field in the
world. Oregon has mst as profitable mines. One of
the surest sources of oroft r tn ,., ., ;ma ..
daily purchases, and for this purpase our store is a
1'i.iit.t.i vapc ituiuc.
FINEST GROCERIES. LOWEST PRICES
PROMPT SERVICE IN TOWN.
HARRITT Si LAIDRENCE
OLD fOSTOFFICK QKOCKItV, -A J
TWlay, Tlmrmlay auJ Hatunliy at t l
aliinUay Woilnewlay ntul Frtitay at IO,U)i. a.
tt.lt t I"rrp nut L-i) mui:ui
I Dally boau to Portlaud as above.
I Transfers In lri-rt car llnr il thte tin
if (lie steamers are delayed thtre M
trip tickets to all points in Oregon, WnH
ton, or California, Connectloumailesl frt
land with all rail, ocean sn(nerlui
(ien'l Pas. Am. Ptlai
G. M. POWERS. ARent, TraJe itiett M
I J- P. RQGERs'l""i
SCTOKSIklK TO SKCKKRVIAN 4 10(IKII8.
Wholesale Fruits, Protluce, etc
S.tlom, Oregon. Oflice; Insiir
mice block. 'Phone POl. Wan-
house, at Wallace iarehoue.
Fine Wines, LiQaoRb, CiGflRsl
218 COMMERCIAL STREET,
160 STATE STREET,
courteous treatment at all times. '102 COURT
Yr. Book and Almanao
Or Halt) 4 loontl...
I OOf $2 BO
Our price for all $1.35.
Hofer Bros., Salem, Or
A.M. HUMPHREYS CO.
Iltiyand store wheat, aita and
other grain. Iluy potatoo. Aim
do rhopptntr. and cleaning 210
Commercial st. 'Phone 5J7IW.
CHS. L DAILEY
At Wallaftj Mareh.iuse J-alem.
utiunui 1 111 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iii. 7 . ' - .. s
H. J. V V
A. tt V.' W- hall. Bute lot. bl.te
.U C . W. A. Moowa, elrrk, room
You Can Get
a Lower Berth,
Ith oue exception the thrown
Kflf trains of the Hurllnuton B(;ut
CDaro ultuouL luyarmbly "well-flliea.
The ozcentlou Is our t- rfV'
., Clilcatro Limited. On tliellmlU
tZJ'hpro la usually room aoo w
Dou't Infer that It l aMM
so lino, nor bo fut. us ANY
or ANY other line between tU
Paul ami Chicago. On the ;
trary, there Is no more beauljiu"
tralu In America. It has etrl
llulit, stetm heat, wide vestibules
the most satisfactory dinlod-c
service on the continent soil
lower berth 'or every! ody,
fJeti'l Aen. Portland u
KlinKer4 Ueck.5uceeW l0 SoUthSal
KCRttaTBRSOlf AMUHIQA '. in. "1,r Worn.
Buyadrled fruits and ...at.ea for VZ$Z , H.S"
R. D. GIBSON,
ut I, ileal rstiniau. ., , ...
hrsl meats. Mr i,,yii ur I keep U
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treats in town