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Tli r lowest prieei. in'the state.
5 Jhs- HAU GROUND 23ctS
100 bs. I AU- GROUND... -.:.45ct:
50 1hv I- IN I- DA J R Y. . , 4sct,
50 FI NIC? WELLINGTON -J?cts
100 I!s FINli -.WELLINGTON Kscts.
BREWSTER & WHITE
Nj. 9 Court Street - 'Phone 17S1
"The Feed Men "
DEALERS IN GRAIN.
'.p: - ., ;.r " :, ;
or , exhar.zcdi i for flur and Teed at
branch office of Aurora Roller Mills,
warehouse on Trade street, near High.
Salem,; Oregon, j ! J :
G. A. ROBERTS
i New and Second-Html Wheels
103 STATE STkjEET SALET1, OR
TINNING AND PLUMBING.
T. S. BURROUGHS
TINNINC1 AND PLUMB1NQ
Gas and Steam f fitting. Manufact
urer of Hop and. Fruit Pipe.
103 State St.. Tel. 151. 5a!em, Or.
B LACKSM ITIIi NG.
W. R R. S7-TITH
BORSESHOER USD I GENERAL BtUCKSIITH
Carriage and Wagonmaking, special
atteiiti pawl to interfering ami lame
ness of TJorses. j
185 Commercial St., Opp. Brewery
J. F. COOK", M. D.
BOTANICAL DOCTOR -
Cures Cojisumptiofi. Cancer, Tumors,
Gravel and ICklney Troubles, Asthma.
Ski n and Jlone Diseases, wifhout knife,
plasters, posisoti-s or pain. Also Rlind-sse-ss.
1 - Salem, Oregon.
D. D. KEELER
". VETERINARY SURGE OX
mud STOCK INSPECTOR....
Comer Center and Front streets, foot
of Steel ; Bridge Salem Oregon.
LOUIS MILLER & SON
! Proprietor of the
I..CLUB STABLES. ,
Best Singe and Double Rigs in' the
city. 'Best care given to boarding ami
transient stock, j Telephone Z41.
Cor. Liberty and T Ferry Sts", Salem.
A. R. PAGE I W. A, STEPHENS
PAGE (S STEPHENS
Horses well fod. good accommoda
tions. Fine Rgs. Good ' Rigs - for
commercial men a specialty. Horses
boarded by day, week i or month.
Red fnoai Livf3ry,4 Feea ond Boardina sue
164 Commercial. St.. Tel. 85 r. Salem
South Commercial St., Sale m, Oregon
Having bought -W. J. HulTniaa's
Teed and Livery business, we have re
moved k to the Willamette Stables.
sooth of the bridge- on Commercial
tt, where we will be found prepar
ed to serve the public in the best pos
sible manner. We furmso rig for driv
ing. Gentle team for ladies and good
accom.modation for transient teams.
Board horses by day or week. A
blacksmith shop will be run in connc:
lion wkh the barn, where you can get
70m horces h$d and all kinds of re
pairing done. All work guaranteed
satisfactory; ' f f
HAROLD & REYNOLDS
If You Want
a first-class HARNESS. Call on
If. W. JOHNS
I am making the best ever turned
out in Salem, j Call and see for yourself.
20 C PER MEAL
ffHIU HOUSE RESWftKT
106 State street. Salem.
M'KILLGP & BURKHART. Prop.
GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
.From .to 25 per i.cic
Thce lands lare in Marion county.
O.ciron, and are ottered e n easy term;
of payment. TIhv were taken' tin. lei
fomclosttrc bv ' iwn -residents, honct
are 'ottered fori U than iiniilar farnw
held by resident owners. For full par
tiotdars and d.yrrn ! ". " or
- addrcs M.etr t-.c ; Cfc liiinll. .V
Worcester bWk. Poitlsnd. r g ?n. 01
BOZO IM H ) M HKHS-.
Pacific! IL. s.;'3 ' .' - i .. $V:
farm pa;rr. : I.'s "1 a ... vl 5 .. '. t 3 car.
Pacific!' I lom.-r.-i- v- ' !!e
Fine priat.iij,; .Sumhi Jol Office. .
- for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought lias borne the signa
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supervision for over SO years. Allow no one
to deceive you In thi. Counterfeits, Imitations and
Jiist-as-grood" are hut Experiments, and endanger the
health of Children Experience against IlxperimenU
The Kind Tou Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 3D Years.
'Tr eet. tt uwt fr.f ct, new ? tnr
Kii 1 rrn
FT? EE FOOM UCt.
Prit oiui quart, ;S.V.-Ilalf 'GaL.
VK- One t'ak. $1. Five 1'ali, $4.
SAVAGE REID, Seedmen
322 and 324 Commercial Street North v ).
f: !'' T HZP-::
i ! r M
Salem Fence Works I 12 1
WALTER MO RLE Y, Proprietor . 59 State Street, Salem.
sired Br McKINNEY 2:1 1 1-4 s' OF
- - : : ; ' t ' ?' ' s ,'' ' -1 ': ' L ' r' , ' ' ' ' '
Coney 2l7.i. -Ten n le Mae 2 oinbro 2:11.' You Itet 2:12' Hazel Kinney.
2;12'.. MeZ-us 2:l:k Juliet l. 2:t:'4. IM'. IUH-k 2:1.".;4. Harvey M
21. ilHi V. MeKinney 2:1 Hi- :sit. 2:1 St. aid eight
. . i others in t lie list.
First d.-iin Minn.VY RKI.U by tiOSSl'PKK 2:tl;4. sire of Cazelle
2:llj4, Miss Jessie 2:12 and oiliers. .
FW-eoiid dam-ItUIAU BI.LK.ly ' DON WILKES 2:2M (son of
AlcytHM') sire of Kiversido 2.12;4 ami eight others.
Tiiird dam By Mamhrino Pateheo 'S8, the greatest VhhmI mare sire
in the world. ; '. f-
" Fourth dam P.y Aliuonr ..13, sire of Altaiuoiit. the great Oregon sire.
Is a Mack stallion foah.l in 1S!iT. stands 1" 3 hands high, weighs IKiO iMmi-.lSv
li:i iH'rr.K-t trotting action ami promises to 1m M Kinuey's 1hs1 son. dome
and s.-o the hn-d ami iin.-st in lividunt ever shmi in tJregon. Captain
Jiius will make the season of 1!nn. . .
From July 1 to September I, at State fair Grounds, Salem, Or.
terms, $25 Season v
?10 payable at time of wryiee and balance end of seawn, with privilege
Her voice changtl like n birds:
There grew more of the music and
Jess of the words. '
Ktrt FENCE POST, catl with '
Will out wear O.lsr It i also ltad.cal
tta operation t the InstV walla of ptul-
try nJ!MS WHl itih.ih-iij r-
- lTmiiiat- H I.IOK. ?
n.ult: lt!!ihy Chick-ii!-PI.'nty ess.
Write for fireular an! irlcr ah4 nen
ttn this Mper.' -1
It. M. WAUK Ajreots, -
A TRUE t; MC 13 AtAm
ICUi AMiTAM iNSlDE OK OUT j
in lo tinny jiiou.. j.
At Detroit. Oregon. Now : open for
Summer Tourists. New House, newly
fumUhcd tirifcla?i accomntotlations.
price from i.oo to per dty.
1 H. Jacobs. Prupmtor,
- Yom Work Solicited.
GEORGE E. SLY, Sup't
WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN, FRIDAY, JULY
. .Tlie of thiii preparation has
Ih-oiiii? ko ur1iverH.1l, nd results
are no Kitisfaetory. that most
- Ixmltry-niKierH would not know
Isotv to keep Iiohsh without it,
It fx no longer eessary to dip or
: dust pmltr" to kill the liee. A
"eau of Ih's Lh-e Killer, a pa iu7
j brush, and a few in invite' work
in applying, it to . the rosts.
iiit-.-iiiH all the exiM'rise and htltor.
How :ie-itssar.v to-keep the fowl.n,
- f 1 ee from IkIu 111 de n nd -. im n1.v
llu'i A mil of it should Ik ill
every iMMiltrT-house. It kills .ml
.. prevent mite!. anl li-e." "anJ
keeps the air in the ioult ry-ho.use
pure and sweet, Hilling disease
srernis nnd preventing the other
.lieniijcs of the ImiiiIi ryinMi roup
; and hoh-ra. .
n Wovcn Wire FicM FcingV Net-
ting for Belgian hares, poultry etc.
Shlngks and Screen doors.
HSU COMMISSI OMRS' REPORT.
HeceSpts of the Otlice for the Mouth
of. May Paid to the Wale Troas
? ur.T Yestenlay. i . j
State Treasurer Chas. S. Moore Is in
receijd of a remittance from Fish Coin
teissit.iier F. C. Ktt d. .tvering the ol-IH-tions
tor tlie liHinth of May. fr 11-c-eits.-s.
lines, etc. Tlie total receipts
are ils.Tl.oO, divid.nl among tin ev
eral districts as follown:
district x.k ; . . . ... . . .?isi:
liistrict Vo. It -T )
District '-No. l....... P
Tnc 1-atest Yarn.
A Pittsburg drummer tells this new
varn: I always carry a bt1e of
"kemp's Balsam in my grip. Intake
cokl easily and a few does of the
Balsam always makes me a well
man. Everywhere 1 go I peak
good word ffr Kemp. I take hold
of my customers I take old men and
young men ami tell them confident
ially what I do when I take cold.
Mlruggists. 25c and 50c.
STATK TAXKS.-State Treasurer
Clias. S. Moore Is In receipt of a r
iitiniKW rrom the treasurer of Sher-
j man' -ounty. of $T.27.!Mt Oii aecmnt
of tate taxes nr tne year in".
.- , 1. ' I
Saint Angtistlne. well hast, thou Kaid
That of vices we eau frame
A l-nhlcr. if we will but tread -
P-euefltif our fw-t each deeil of
1 1 .i
A QUARTERLY REPOIU
nrsisEss nr tiik ulem rosrorcicK
FUK TIIKkK MONTHS.
BeeHpts of th OOlre W r 't A Grrmt
for th PraNfedlac liar(-r-fpe-b.l
iFroin Daily Statesman. July 11.)
IVtHiaster KdwanI Ilirsch Las Just
completed an.1 forwanlc.1 to" Vasli
iugtott Ida Weond quarterly re,Mrt
for the year V.K tniitins on the bus
iness transacted ill the local 'oltlee
.hiring the eriol covered by the
uiomliK .if ; April.- My and Juue.
While the Tirt sJiows a very fat
Isfiietiry .-oiditron. there . Is a. slight
falling off in the receipts for tin quar
ter ver tlos of the pre.'.'e.ling tlme
111 out lis. Fur' the first quarter, the
aggregate oC the receipts lyas f 4;Ki".-
7. which for tlie quarter Just ended.
1 he !re-eiiits aiuounte.1 to only f 4ioS.
o. r The Itein 1o aiiiount of iostage
cdleted in nwiueyjon .s-.-ond class
iratter maile.1 by publisliers and news
ftgeut.. flown larger reit-ipts for the
second .piarter than, for Jhe first, 'the
tisures lteing: First quarter, $l"2.1f.
wcond - quarter ; 17.. ". This Is eor
rilMratiVe eyhh'ncej of the fact that
tliej Stati-man'si circulation is very
snlitantiallj- inerasiug aud very de
cidely suptMirt.- and verities all claims
made in this lehalf.
Tlie report shows the following bus
iness In tlie special delivery depart
ntetit: Kunaber of i articles uuiilabhi
matler arTivlng in the inn Us from t It
er ofttce for iqecal delivery, 124;
nuuilHr of fartlclesf mailable anatter
deiMsite.I in pot.fHc. for Iiw al MM-.-i.il
.leHvery,, 44 of wliicU 12 were 1
livere.1, two packages tieiug forward
ed.' .- .q ) -
The following in a muuinarj- of t h.
report: . ' ;
Amount tit ostage stamps,
jKtstage due Ktjuups. siM-.-iaF : ;.
.Hivery stamps, iiewspapr f,
and iK-rili-3il. stjimps nnd .
titanqM-il envehqtes. newsjut- .
t wrapiKTH and , iwistal -i 1
cards on hand at close of -last
quarter! . . . . 144 21
Amount of stamps, etc., eu
umerate.1; alMv: re.-eiv.Hl
from the department durUig
the quarter..... ...... !..?3S(i3 l
Total to lie accountel for. .$.Soo7 '"ot
Deduct n mount of jMtstage
: stamps and oth-r supplies
. imvp-011 liaiid. ..... .. .. , . iJ.'KIIS SSI
Til amount' of iKtstage stamps s
anil other stnpli.- sll dur-.
Ing the; quarter. ..... . L ..$lCs 70
To amount of jMistage colUct-r
ed In tintiey mi second clasrt
matter tuailcd by; publisliers I '
and news agents. . . .$) 17-S T.T
T 1mx rents for the quarter.f l."V4 10
P.y eoiTeclJoiis of t'orm.-r ac
counts jts mt auditor's'
. sta lenient, ttt nmiimt,...,. 2-"
Py wilary-l of iwistimaster. ... .?"S2.
Py 'coniiiiissliis on !h; siecial- :
(delivery articles .l.divere.1 at !
"X .-.-ills eaclu . i ,r . .... . s10 S
Ity amount klU rlerk , In . :
Mkstottie.. . ... V .-."."...... "ml hi
Py amount paid for rent $ lTii i
lty tiiisceIIan.ous ;exieiis'sI.f it! W
It.v n mount Kiil letter car- '
riers..... ... ... ........ Ci) tn.
By deiHjsits at San Francis-o f2r2t 2
f rai 7S
ROAD TAX REBATE
FEW rAMf.KS AVAIL TllflMSELVES
Of 1H.CKNT I.EOISt.ATIO'
By Which ProUtM l Mde for the JUp
dMUon of IComJ Tax-Tot of ' j
75 the UHI. I
- 'I- ' " : '' ' "'.' t
' Very few Marion ; county ' farmers,
have avaih-.l themselves of the tiwnt
legislation' bjr which their road tax
mey le. rHlucel. The legislative as
sembly of: 1.B'f enacted a law that had
for its obj.-ct tlie improvement of the
roads in tlie various counties of the
5 ..... .
jThe bill regulating the matter. Js
entitled an act to encourage the use
of wide I ires on wagons and other
vehlcl.'S used for the transiortation
of freight aud other heavy articles on
thfe highways of this state, and to tax
such vehk-l.-s having tires of less
width than three inches. The text of
the bill ! a follows: L
I "Be It enacted by the jcgiflative as
sembly.of the Ktate of )regn:
I "That from amt after tlie first day
of January A. D.. the county
court or. county Itoard of each coun
ty within this state is hereby author
ize.! to itiakv a rebate each year for
four year on the road tax of each
person within its county who shall
own and liaise in habitual nse, on the
highways of 'this state, wagons or
other rehiek-; for the transirrtatien
of freight ami other Heavy articles, tne
tires of which are not Iw than thr.-e
(n.i.wi in nrUth nf 21 for each wheel
of such vehUe; and provkled. ftir-
tber. that t Ie owner 01 eacn ti-hh ip
having i tires, f not less than fonr
inches In width, upon which there
K a differen. of at kas eight fnelies
In the length of tlie front and rear
axle, so I cKistruete.1 that the front
n.t nr n-wu will not come In con
tact with' tins same r.md surface wbU
the-'vehicle J uiovlnjr In .1 straight
It i.L.ll ...i-.i tit all!twvn 1 1 t Im.
IUH. M t HI in. 11. ... - -
S for .said rebate furtlM-r r!ate f.w
rii- in his or tier ra. tax a
afore.-ahl of f2 for each vchl. h' of this
class for each; and every year tinrlug
.iid perifft that said vehicle Is
habitnally nsel upon the highways of
Tl-cre i a statute in forc In tlibi
fjat that enqoweri the county court
of any toanty to levy si win 1 tax
of not to xmd lite iullls for road
purpose. Tliis luis lwen done but A
single tiiiH iu Marion county and that
as one year daring ex-County Judge
Ilt'.blird's administration m hen a tax
of alKiut 2 mills was levi.nl ami t!u
efTeet was marvelous. More good an I
sulistantial roal work - was ac.im
plislie.1 In that one year than for
years lefore. Without quest ion. it is
far the best and surest mode of iro
cednre to iusure the buiMing of nwids.
I'nder the psent system, every free
Rolder unless exempt fr.m the opera
tion of the tax. is liable to a dl tax
and two days nvtd work, valued in
ail at $4, and one days work iiss.-ss.h1
at ?l-iO. for every $Hni of his prt.it
erty valuation. .
Thus- far only two farmers in this
county have made application to tit.
county court for a reduction In their
road tax, consequent npn the use of
wi.le-tire.1 vehicles. Tlie failure of
the farmers to" avail themselves of,
this law .cannot 1 attribute.1 to the
Lick of wide-tired wagons, for '--Mar-,
iou county farmers are very generally
supplied with such vehicles as are
Included within the meaning of the
Liw. Instead It Is attributed to the
fact that farmers are not generally
Informed concerning the measure.
During the term of (he 'Marion coun
ty commissioners court just ended,
II. F. Smith of Iload flMstrict No. 7
made application and upoii proor re
presentation to the court. was graut
e.1 a reUite of $1 In his mid tax. I.
M. Waguer also. made application for
tlie rebate in his road taxes; but his
affidavit having not In-en protterly
made out, the matter -was coutlnu.-d
until the next term of -ourt when the
slight technicality will tie reeltiieil
and tlie reliate to whlclt lit is eutltle.l
will le allow-.L
IN LOVING MEMORY
TAIILCT ERECTKO IN ST. JOSEfH'8
CATHOLIC Clll HC1I
Aa a. MrnorbU to tho lJt Kt. J. H. White,
hjr tb Catholic Lodl-a AM
Soc-laty. -- ; . . ".
I From Daily Statesman.!: July 11.)
It was two years ago-todaj when
Kev. J. S. White, for many years pas
tor of St. Joseph's Catholic cliunh of
this city, pass.nl way, and though time
lias passed, his memory is still held
dear by his parishioners, and their love
for their erstwhile pastor is as "warm
as when he passed nliout among tlieui,
their spiritual advlwr and their friend.
, Recently the inemlers of tlie Catho
die Iadies Aid SM-Iety .h-cid.tl to
erect a nieinorlal tablet In the church,
to einiuneniorute the dc-ds and work
of their dc-Hsel jmstor, and with this
object iu view they set alut raising
the fund.-, and arrange! for the tablet
with a suitable lHH-rlpt Iou. The work
of prclieifiiig ind .'iigraviug the plate
was lel'tlolWilliam Stalger, and that
gentleman? coiiiplet.nl his undertaking
last evcuing, and tlie tablet will lo
plaotnl iij, Msition Just Inside tlie en
traiMVoi" the church this morning.
'- The-4ljet hT-a oiagnilicciit plate of
black IN-lgian marble, .'Pi by 2 i.-et, IVi
iiichej. tn tlUckn.vss. ltis. iHlislud
lKautifully, and n tt fac. Is ligravi-.!
a CatlKHr cr.iss. under whlHi the fol
lowing lettering; a ppars; engrave.! iu
large gilt character: , r
? ; -,. IN i.Ml'MDUY OF
, . OlTtt" 1 1 K 1 A V 111) 1 'A ST HI,
HKV. J. S. W1I1TF.
DKCKMPKIt X 1K.1l;
1 turroitKit 13. lS7.-;
J , DIl'D '
. AT SALEM. JFI.Y 11. 1S!IS
TAPI.KT KIi:TKD PY TUP CATII
OLIC. I.ADIKS AID SOCII'TY,
A. D. UMH).
IttHuies-at in Pace.
The memorial stone is a twin to the
one erected to tlie memory of. Iter. J.
DoCraene. a' former pastor' of .the Sa
lem church.: who pass.nl away S.-ptnl-Ikt
12, 1S;I. It v.as er.-ctinl by a col
lege., mate of tlie deceased, a Iriest
now iu charge of a parish hi Tneonia.
TROOPS LEAVE MANILA.
Men Thoroughly Arti'icd and Irovih-l
with Abundant Supplies on
tSoing to China. "
WASHINGTON. July 10. In re..ly
to Instructioiis of the S-cretary of War
of July 7th. tieneral Mac-Arthur cabled
tlie Adjutant General the following,
under date of July Pth. lti:lo p. 111.:
"Daggett's regiment Fourteenth
rnit.nl States lufantry): Ileilly's lot
tery t Fifth Artillery), wiil h-ave on tlie
Pith for Taku on the transiMrts hidi
aiia, Flintshire and Wyelield. Taylor
is in Samar, not available. For other
iniantry regiments for Chinese service
p recommend the llrst one leaving the
States. Manila is nicely card for un
til the arrival of new troops without
drawing on Anderson. Pnllard or Sar
geet, which is now Impracticable.
"In addition to one month's subsist
ence supplies with the troop..! send
with Daggett to establish a deitot.
three month's sulsistence for frfiou
men. Ucgimetits have Ti rounds of
ammunition per'tuan.' Crozii-r carris
l.ooiixi res-rvc and such miscellane
ous ordnam-e supplk-s as can Is spar.nl
from here.. With a view to medical
supply -depot, store for tlm-e months
for 7ibt men are going with Daggett;
there will le eight m.nlical officers In
China from tlie Philifipinos. Send
three nionthV forage. 3."0 animal and
partial supply of winter clothing for
the Ninth lufantry. SlwiU keep Indi
ana, and Flintshire in Chinese waters
for hs-al service therein. Order all
large transjort home to expedite the
transfer of trooi here. The foregoing
arrautrements can easily lie ehatitr.nl
if the department's wishes are cable 1
quickly. ':': .'
"Seven companies of Hardin's regi-m-Mrt.
Taylor's Iwttery. have Nn-n sent
to Samar, refdacing Hughes troops
there, which liave ticnm coiu-entrat.nl
in Ieyfe. I rnjHst authority to fs-r-niaiieiitly
transfer the Samar depart
ment to Southern Luzon.
totrtfh tod Tan faa linn
yjA ted Tan hza Hum
CAN A I ATE NT HE ATTACHED TO SAT
tSVX A JflMlilENT'r.
Arfood ltforClrrait Jad Burnett a4
Taha I ttdr AvlnrBt-l . ;
; : partmral o- 9. . j
? :il."r.im T-tilr Statesman. Julr 11.1 i
j Circuit Judge II. Piintett held
a Kln-t Fesskul of l'p:irtnieiit No. 1,
Marlon county circuit court, yesterday
afternoon and last evening adjourn-.!
court until t a. 111. Monday uext.
I Judge Purnett couven.-d ,curt Art
the puns. f honriug arguuients in
the caw of Mrs. A. II. IiCroix, vs. P.
J. S-harlisH-h, the discussion of which
inroln-d an uutisiul legal question'
and preseutod to the court a case. un
like anything lefore considered. M n.
IiCroix Is a inerchaut of Sublimity,
and at last term of the i-in-uit court
iustitute.1 an action for money stilt
ana !nt P. J, Scharbach. a W.HslbuiQ
'blacksmith.' She was awarded Judg
ment by d.-f a nit for ?'.US.ri. with in-
terest at 1 (per cent . frni'u date, to
gether wiih the costs mill diHburs.
meiits, taxe.1 at 15.k. S liarla Ii
was not iosesed of any real or per
sonal property that 'Could le attacln-.l,
and as a final effort to "realize- on her
judgm.-nt, Mb. Lifmlx wt-k to at
tach a patent t-r a chang.'able bicycle.
gear that was invented by the defend
ant some four years(ago and who Is
now In iKissessiou thert-of. The plain
tiff, further petitions that the patent bo
pla.'-.-.! in tlie hands of A r.-c.lvcr ami
sold, the pntc.-eds .if t lfi sale (o Hm
uppli.-d In the cancellation of her judg
111. nt. It was on this phase or the case
that, the extended discussion was
made. Carsou'W Adams upiM-arcd for
Mrs. IjiCroix and Kaiser .V- Slater
represent.-.! Scjiatbach. After' nil cx
hiiiistiv. iirgiiiu.-ut of tlie '.question .'by
ImuIi sides, : Judtf. Itiirnett . .took, tlie
matter under advisement. The case
is known as a ii-H-ie.iing under at
tnchinent siiid.-iueiital to execution,
and the argument was had 011 11 1110
tln to strike out and set usiile tlie n
ition and atlhlavit ami to dissolve the
restraining order and also a dem irrer
o lite ls-titlon and atlidavit. -Th
whole .use hinges on tlie qu.-stloti. as
o whether or not a Viiij-l States
jiatent Is liable to execution.
Judge Purnett, during the" day, made
two minor orders 'as follows: 1
The D ltrien t'o., vs. A. Hamilton,
action for money, default and Judg
Allen & Lewis, vs. P. W. Din-bin;1
"tction lor liujiie', settled.
Circuit J ud ;e.' 11. 1. Poise convened
Iiep.-it-tiueiit No 2 for a ' short, time
yesterday and made several orth-rs.
The docket, showed (lie .following .
orders lor the day: 1 . 1
I. -C. I'etersoii. vs. J.. 11 Peterson,
Mary F. Nott. vs. C. A. Nott, divorce;
dl.vor.-e gnniled nnd children award.il
to plalnliflV. , . . .;, j ... ;
In the m-itter of I lie estate of James
S. Martin, deceased-. apMnil from tlie
county .-.mrt, c.-ise trniiKferr.il to De-p.-irtiuetit
Francis Feller vsl Ancle I a Feller,
mot Ion for riliii . r-lt nf oviu.iil l.tn tn-'
At .To'chM-k court ndjourtied until
10 ok-Iim k tomorrow iiiot nii g.
IN PUOP.ATi: CtfrirT.-Frank
Holmes has lieen npiNiintnl iiilmiiiis
trator of ,.l he estate of Jus. X. Harty,.
d.n-i-asil. who di.il mikkos.iI of lots
and 4 in bl.s-k 1, t.'f II. .Ioiicm' jiddi
llon to Salem. C. H. !Cds-rtsou. J. II.
I,imti and Peter tlrals-r liave !m-ch np-
oiiit(iI nppniisers leirers.ui "Myers
adiniiiistrator le Isuiis 11011 of the es
tate, of A. D. Pisdon, de.n-as.il. bus
Is-t n atitltoriz.il .to self t he proKrly of
the estate 011 August 2'i. ;1!NH. The
prop.rty consists of lfin iK-res of ui
cnitivat.nl land In t 1 s. r " e. east ot
Portland. Citation has also Imi.ii -sii.il
to the heirs of tlie deceased, . It -
llnf tlitii niil'utoi It, iii.ni.1 linMiL.l
.., .... , ... . ..ill , ,lllir.v
2ith and show . suse. If any exist, why
t he pltipoKcd -sate slioutd not be made.,
The lieirs are: Mrs. Ll7.zle Ward.
.nu . ...... a... . . , .... ,
inn'i ii iiiiumiuT, 01 .m:i iii.i in,
California; Mrs.; Ada M. Jordan, agul
:J2 years, daughter, of Seattle, Wwl
ingtoii.' nnd Chas. D. Ulsdnu, nged
years, n son.- of Hicldatid Srin;s,
CalifornfH. The' sale Is deem.il lieces.
sary by the administrator to pay tlie
clafms against Itlie ext;ite. whlclt lire
enumerated: .:. tm follows: JetTersoii
Myers, fees as ndniliilstrator, f7i;
P.rown, Wrlglituian & Myers. ' legal
services, 9bVinnd the costs of-conducting
tlie sale. . . .The tinal reort of F.
T. I-mIs. guardian of tlie is-rson nnd
estate of J. A.I 1-wls. wis accepted
niul the guani!;iii was rlciiHcd. 1'he
ward rcn-eiv.il 2IP..1o,.: .The final nc
count of Micluiel Skalfe. executor of
the .-slate of Pols-rt Skalfe, hneas.il,
wiil Iwjieard at 1 a. in., August ISth.
COLLIDKD WITH A MAN. While
driving down Commercial street with
a splrit.il animal last, evenfiig, flimiit
t;:-'!o iiVIiKk, Walter I Too., of.
WisMlbum. necideiitally. ran1 Into niij
elderly geiitlema 11' at the Intersection
of State street, and Iw-fpre Inv could
avoiil the a.n-idcut. the isilestrlan,
whose name was not ascertained, was
knocked down nnd severely, though
not at all seriously bruised by tlie mls
liflp. Mr Tikiw promptly stopped the
animal and proffered his assouancc to
the stra lurer, -who was soon able to
leave for his. home In the subiirlw. '
Tlie accident was qulto unavoidable
and resulf.nl quite fortunately In every
re!n-t. ' - j '- . -1
TIIKY KMi nOLl' SILYKU. l
In the Central Atnerlcan state gold
is' almost unknown as n medium of
exchange, and a customs duty is plae.il
on silver. Put tlie clever smugglers
of that region r recently have In-en
caught lii an attempt to evade. .11
ctistoms laws to tlie tune of many,
thousand dolhirs. This moves one of
tlo Central American partem to say:
"The silver now in circulation In the
I nlted State Is ;2.MNimmn against
frrt.ooi . Jn 187!. In the jiglit of
fad tlie war on silver exists no
where and nover did exist. Here on
ly It exists on silver shipping aul