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The only remedy Lnown which will
Stlmolats tbe Nulrlfire Processes of the
By thli natural and simple means It quickly
and permanently CURES All Forma of
Dyipepsla, Constipation, Mental and
Jfarroua Exhaustion, General Debility,
Drain Faff, or any cxnnuited or weak
ened condition of the ayatein, from what
rer eaose, Skin Eruption, r.ollj, Hun
ulag Sorei, Scrofula, and all Dlsoaso of
he Blood, Stomach, Liver and Kidneys.
SI.OO. SIX BOTTLES FOR S5.00.
Dr. nillcr'a 64 page book, descriptive o Hy
tfrutinc Restorative and his other Itemedlea,
aent free by null.
KILLER DRUB CO., San Francisco, Csl,
Sold by Dan'l J. Fry, 225 Com'lSt.
Wagon and Carriage Making and Repairing
Horseshoeing a specialty. All work guar-!
anteed. JOHN HOLM,
Corner of Commercial and Chcmeketa nts ,
House Painter, Decorator,
and Wall Tinter.
Leave order at John Hughes' store, State
O. C. CHASE
Artistic Paper Hanger and Wall
Good work, economy and sample woi k
ihown before engaging.
j-l'ay based on work measured on the
wall. Leave orders at Sargent's, Meyers'
or Keller's renldencent Highland addition.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Corner State and Front St., Salem.
Uood accommodations and good ligs
Have n quantity of good hay forsale.
3 8 1m J MACY.
1 5 6 Commercial Street,
House and carriage palnting,tlgn writing,
paper hanging, decorating, wall tinting,
and kaleiiiilmng. All work done flist
class. Carnage painting a speciality, char
P. H. RANfflN. PROP.
Salem Harness Shop,
B. F. WILEY, Prop,
Manufacture and make a specialty
of Farm and Heavy Harness. All
work dene in our own shop
Balem and guaranteed first-classs
Give us a call.
SALEM IRON WORKS.,
0. D. HUTTON, Prop.
Castings of oil kind made to order.
and fcpecUl eastings ol any stjle or pat
tern made in short order, smooth aud te
llable in eve y particular.
Repair any Machinery in Short Order, i
Titmlnv llihOa rildtlFl. hOI Dresses
luru UK wiuwi
euglnes, hop presses
nnd hnn atnves built
on any Iron work needed,
paid for old iron.
la here! And so is
With a ftne stock of spring and gumme
Everything made up in the latest Audi
ion and a oerfect fit ruaranteed, Don'
forget to call at Bohoettle'a before
make a selection,
are sUU telling
lower than ever
AH of our stamps are made
out of tbe
Yoa should not he
Riiaimbtr the place,
PATTOX'S BOOK STOHR
M BUte HU, SUsa.
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! IMPORTANT TO THE COAST.
Hearj' Crop Failure in Califor
nia. P. M. GEN. CLMSOX AT PORTUND.
Wizard Yillard Makes
Scoop for the North
TOTAL FAILUttE OK CHOPS.
Makysvillk, Cilia., Juno 10. Re
ports from reclamation district No,
7, in Sutter county, on the Sacra
mento liver, are to the effect that
not an aereof wheat orbarley will
be raited tbi3fccaou. This district,
which is one of the most fertile in
the state, has been flooded since
December last. Not only was the
grain ruined, but also fruit trees of
all descriptions, excepting pear trees,
which still flourish. Farmers of the
district propose to rebuild and
strengthen the 'evce this season,
which will involve an outlay of at
liast $70,000. There are about nine
miles of levee to reconstruct. The
remainder of the levee will have to
CLARK&ON AT PORTLAND.
Portland, Or., June 10. First
Assistant Postmaster Oeuoral Clar.j
sou arrived here this morning in a
private car via the Union Pacific,
leaving soon after his arrival for
Puget Sound. The object of his
visit is to investigate the postal
needs of theNorthwcit.
PRICK OF HOPS ADVANCING.
New York, June 10. London
cables report sales of American hops
at an advance on the prices paid
there Thursday. The crop pros
pects are still more unfavorable
than they were three or four days
ago. In t lie local market oflers of
slightly advanced prices have been
made in a few instances. Year
lings, as well rs the 1SS9 crop, are
NORTH PACIFIC VICTORY.
New York, June !0. Tho Times
says that a conference of railroad
men held in this city a few days
ago, icsulted in an agreement by
which tue Northern Pacific obtains
control of the Seattle, Lake Shore
and Eastern Incompleted railroad,
projected fiom Seattle to Spokane
Falls by assuming obligation of its
bnd. One hundred miles of this
line is already built. This deal prac
tically shuh out the gre. t Northern
from connecting at Puset Sound. It
is authoritatively suited that Hen.iB
Vill.ird has secured most of land
boidering on lake Washington and
the line that runs around the lake.
fcMALL SAN FltANCfoCO FIRE.
San Francisco, Juue 10 Fire
was discovered this morning in the
top stories of buildings Nos. 18 to 20,
Sutter street, occupied as stole
rooms by Davis Bros, and Bergman,
wholesale toy and notion dealeis.
loss about $15,000.
Instruments Filed for Record at
County Recorder's Office.
J Fianklin, I) C Hall and
G Corby to N L B.irkley,
4 acres in t 0 s, r 1 e. $
L E Hudson to W G Wesl
acott, lot 7, block 5, Fiickey's
ad lo Salem.
W G Westaeoltand wife to
IHIIIIU uuii .unii iu uuu-
' liiti's, lotsO, "and 8, block 5,
I'rir-key's act to b.ilem.
J Jay Coik and wife to
Catheiiue Burroughs, 74.84
acres in t 9 b, r 2 w.
A Stephens to Baptist
chuicu of Hayesville, 1.74
acres in t 7 s, r 3 w. q c d.
Xolice. To All Concerned.
Citizens who have defective side
walks are warned to place them In
repair at once, as it Is desired lo
have our streits and walks in the
most perfect c mdilion b July 1st,
when our fit will be full of stran
gers. I'nless defective sidewalks
are put in proper repair at once, the
repairs wm ie mi
made at the owner's
pelise. I'J. A. URAHAM,
tt lw Street Supervisor.
Remember the coutest at Univer
sity chapel at I! o'clock, Tuesday.
French ice cream soda at Jones
& Uernardi's, 100 State street.
Oil and gasoline stoves in great
variety aud cheap, at Stclner & Bios
I Pure extracts and spices the best
i iu the market, at Farrar & Co's.
Remember our collector will be
around on tho 15th. Iu the mean
time square up your accounts for the
Journal to Juue 1st.
Ladies Attention. Summer
challles at the Capitol Adventure
Co., for 7 cts.a yard. All shades and
pattern. Call and see theru. ti
Wow to Care XenoBsnMi.
A body with a nervous tempera
ment w'lll make known Its wants
through Its natural medium the
nervous system. If It fulls to re-i
celve projier nourishment the nerves
will be the first to cry out. Dr.
Hlller's Hvdrastlne Restorative'
ensures perfect neutritlon to thce
who take U, Hud a perfectly nour
Uhed btxly cannot be nervoun. For'
sale ut D. J Kr 's.
ure Cure lur I'lle.
i.u.Hv lulu avu l(Awn hv mnliurn
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when warm Thi form a l a Hlled
Bleedtncand iMnMrudlnc, yMd atooee to
Dr UoJinlis- tile lUwwlr. wblait ae(-
directly ou the twrt HBermd. abv,ro !
UfOr.albklirtilnard net a perman-
ent euro 40 miu UnUl w mail.
IretUelrt. Dr. B-stnko.Tua, O. Bold
CRIMES AND CASUALTIES.
A Highly Colored Set of Color -
i LATEST NEWS OF KANSAS C1TV WRECK.
a ' Edward Gallagher Sentenced to
Him? July llth.Other
HIGHLY COLORED PICNIC.
PiTTsnuRa, Peun., June 10. A
toipjh colored club held a picnic r-t
Castle Shannon to day. Shooting
and cutting was the order of
the day, at the grounds and
ou the traiu returning. Frauk
Morrison was killed and a girl shot
in the thigh and mun. others were
hurt. On theh arrival they were
airested by wholesale.
THAT FATAL WRECK.
KA.SAsCity, Mo., Jun 10 -A rem -
uantoftbe wrecked Wabash horse
train arrived here this morning. In
the caboo.e were eight wounded
colored men and boys, most of them
belonging to Chlun and Morgan's
utable. Scarcely one escaped with
less than a broken leg. They weie
removed to tho hospital. The stable
most affected by tho wreck was that
of J. Kellar, of Cyuthiaua, Ky., who
with his son perished in the wreck.
They had five horses ou the train ev
ery one of which was killed.
Hanniral, Mo., Juno 10. A con
struction train collided with a
freight train, on the St. Louis, Keo
kuk and Northwestern Railway, 12
miles bouth of here yesterday. 12
cars were wrecked. Fireman Arthur
R. Taylor aud Barry Nelson were
scalded to death. Several other
traiu men are injured.
HANGS JULY 12VI1
Vancouver, Wash., June 10.
Judge Bloomlield, of the superior
court Issued to-day the deatli war
rantor Edward Gallagher, who was
eouvicted last April of tho. murder
of Lewis Marr. The warrant fixes
July eleveuth, as thedato of his exe
cution. A CRIME OF THE RING.
San Francisco, Cal. June 10.
Harry McBride, who was b.'d-
ly punished In a brutal glove
fight with Fiauk Larue at
the rooms of. tbe Golden Gate
Athletic Club, died this morning.
Harry McBride and Frank Larue,
two waiters, quarreled over a girl
named Maggie Tobln. After a
while they agreed to adjourn to the
Golden Gate Club and fight with
three-ounce gloves. Young Murphy
acted as refort e, Joe Bowers rs j .a
rue's tetond and Tim Magulro is
McBrido's. Twelve rounds were
fought, and at the end of the
twelfth, while Larue had not a
mark, McBride was unconscious j
and beaUsn all to pieces. Blood was i
pouiing from his ears, nose aud
mouth, and liis face and body were
tenibly biuised aud mangled. A,
physician was called, who asceitain-1
ed that a blood ves'el was broken In
McBnde's head and he probublv
woultl die. Larue was arrested and
held at tbe police station.
London, June 10. Tho British
bark Dinnpore. Captaiu Lidmarsh,
from Middlesborough for Dahi.i
Blauca is ashore at Cape Orientes.
Tho captulu and five of her crew are
lost. Tho remainder of the crew has '
arrived at Buenos Ayres.
EDITOR COWLE.V SON MAY DIE.
Montreal, Can., June 10. On
production of Edwin Cowles' ordei ,
iu court this morning, Mrs. Cowles
wa- given custody of her child. Mr.
Cowles Is no better, and ma, die.
ANOTHER lOOL LONE.
Niagara Falls, June 10. A
mac jumped dff Goat Island bridge
aud swam to the brink of American
Falls, where he disappeared.
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Paterm.n, X J., June 10. -
Alderman James Piersou was fa-
tally injured by the Erie train at
Jersey City lust night. PJerwu was
one oi me ixxkiii viueniieu ui
New York City.
Providence, R. I., June 10. The
Oriental Mill Co. made an assign
ment to-day. The corjioRitlon has
unsecured debts of $835,000; quick
! assets amount to (134,000.
W n Powell, F E Yale, I) B
Jerome, San Francisco.
W H Beal, Cincinnati, Ohio.
W D McDonald, Jr, Mrs Mary A
Lee Hoffman, C (' Smith, W C
Watkins and wife, Portland.
J Nesbitt, Goldendale, Wash.
H M Mitchell, Chicago.
K W Butt, St Puul, Minn.
G W Qulmby, Oakland, Or.
Geo W Fisher. Eugein-.
A H Boscow, East Portland.
6uan MaFadden, N. Dakota.
Jno Osboru, Corvallls.
Mrs. Porter, Albany.
,,-.., ,. ,..,..... ,K. IL. rvart.
, n?flilp bweUifcfe ezltUnj between
Uie undrljDwl under tbe firm naue or
HarttKt & Cal.wlln. at Kalera Orejon,
thl. day dUUed by mutual ennnt W
W 11 rtiett rrtlrlnr fronith Orw, H. B.
Calterlaln A Hob wTllntlnuelnbulne.
at tbjoldaUnd W W. UAItTLljrr.
Jw-w . n. (TrKItl.IN
(The Tariff Bill Pnslieil by llio
MORMON PROPERTY FOR SCHOOLS.
Daily News Grist From
Other Parts of the
THE TARIFF. '
Washington, D. C, Juno 10. '
The republieausof tbeienale finance
committee met till morning and
further considered the t.ulfT bill.'
The wool and silk schedules were
ex.miiued and souio items agreed to.
A NEW 8ERGEANT-AT-ARMS.
The republic.u tenators caucus to
night for the selection oa suocs'or
to Col. W. P. Cuudy, serye.inl-ul-arms
ol the equate, who ictires on
, tbe soth. There aw eighl candidates
for the nosi lion
AFTER THE MORMONS.
Senator Edmunds Introduced a
bill iu the senate providing that all
funds or other propcity lately Lc
by the Corporation of the Church of
Jesus C.irist Latter Day Saints shall
be devoted to the benefit of the pub
lic common schools iu Utah.
THE SILVER V LL.
Mr. Wilson, of Washington, said
tc-clay mat the bill was not as
whole just what ho would have de
sired, a ho voted iu caucus to striko
out the bullion redemption clause;
this was defeated aud the bill as it
passed was adopted by tho caucus.
It will doubtless be amended in tho
senate by changes which will be ad
vantageous to tho West.
Senator Jones, of Nevada, was nak
ed how he liked tho silver bill pass
ed by tho liou&o Saturday, when ho
replied as follews: "You mean how
do I dislike it," laughed the senator.
"Well, it is by no means what wo
wanted and what tho western peo
ple demand. II simply, makes n
commoJity of silver bullion. We
wantal silver colua0e, and this is
what we got fVoni tho liou'-e. When
tho bill comes over to tho senate
side we w ill p. ssa free coinage bill or
nothing. Wo will not favor any
compromise nie.isut. in a comer
houses on the j
ence bciwcen both
m ttor I am hopeful that tho house
will accede to the demand of tho
counlry for silver coluage. Wo will
imprcs" upon them very forcibly the
fict that If we are to have any
silver legislation at all this session
it must bo tometbing very ueaily
npproachius free .oiua0e of silver."
"Wlift- would bo theefi'ectof tho
enactment of the so-called Windom
bill into a law?" "Why, It simply
provides for" the storage of silver
bullion aud the issuance of ceitifi
cats thereon, without biinging ad
ditional metallic money into circu
lation. Some say that it is better
than no bill atall, but I am inclined
to believe that matters would be as
well or better under the pre-entlaw
oa this subject."
SOME NEW WAR .'P-SELS.
Washington, D. C, Juno 10.
Ulds for thru new Naval vessels
were opened at the Navy depait
meut at noon. On the armored
cruiser the lowest bidders were the
Union Iron works, Sati Francisco,
W,10f,000. On praclico vessel, F. W.
Vhc3ler, West Bay, Mich., $245,000. ;
On protectivo cruiser, the Union
Iron works, $1,790,CCO. There will
be no awards for several weeks.
Colaion, Pa., Juue 7. Two boys,
Jerry Cooiisand Frank Lyons, while
tiout fishing iu Black Creek, three
miles f i oin here, totind the skeleton
of a man In a hollow veoat the foot
of Boailng Falls. A tin box, six
inches square, lay by tho side of
the skeleton, which was standing
i erect in the hollow tiunk. Tho
boys came homo with tho newH of
tho discovery and the skeleton was
iM , , , ., , , ,n
taken out and the box opened. Iho
, box eoi,,,..! ,i5 , ;,, ,,,
lh(J ,UMt (hl(e fm n)V ,., w
K Thero WIW llolIllllB , tho
i box or any wlierB aljout tho skeleton
that threw any light ou tho Identi
ty of the remains. No one eyoi
disappeared from this neighborhood
towlioui theskileton and the box of
monei can have belonged. The
two boys divided the money bet ween
lliem. The bones were buriwl iu
the Me' hodlst graveyard.
WUE! FIRiS!! ,
All members of nil fire companies ,
iu the city are requested to meet at I
the hall of CurilLti company this
Cl'iiesday) i-vemiig at 8 o'clock for
the purpose of deciding upon the
attendance ot the Fourth of July I
celebration. By order of Chief
Engineer and Assistant.
Cored in one
Dr. Heldeu: A few
was taken with a sore throat
cough and still neck. I um.sl your
Hllieittil Cough Syrup, antl by
morning I was nwirly well, aud by
I night cured. Jamkh Tatteksos,
Supt. woolen mill, Stockton.
ilargeslre il, small W cents. For
' sole by all druggUts.
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I iiwnf aMriuea. Urfti unA woiUKtu Willi
. 1.111. III.! . V iicuiiid in.vu wr v a. ,.
i iu,. BinMtUni tndu nuw.muf. foil inutjy
huV nut lii tuiulr and 'ttnU Whut
yih ioriulrjti.all(l w.iie mtslx.ii tlutt
will et gently ou ibe lite, rud tkvtd.aud
titr tiii. not ii! u r x.iuli Dr (lunn lm-
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nolliinc .uai ur iuni
uify tbe bloud KUd 'i
to te uer, tuniy tue uioua una ix iunj
. -airf,n. nw viiaiiir mu
d al 2S
atrennn to iue enure akicni. nwiv m
Mfttii box by Mmllb A Htelner.
. .t...n.i v.f.n -Wa attt.lUJ
MONDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 9th.
After tho Journal report was ob
tained last evening tho following
disposition of cases was had.
S3 Stato Insurance Co vs. Ellon
Savage, action for money. Plaln-
i tift' to have judgment lor amount
without special attorney fee. Ex
ecution to issue after October 1, 1S00.
10 voJin ArgueillvB. Win Hen
dcouolt, appeal from justice's court.
Wm. Kaier appointed attorney for
il i: Wolfard vs A C Yolfartl
i divorce. Default; 8 L Hoyden, rcf-
, -12 Heney Shrum vs Eric Ander
son, damage-". Settled and dis-
1.'5 Emma Miller, administratrix,
vs Southern Pacific Co, change of
venue. Trial set for 11th.
il W A Outline, administrator,
vs Southern Pacific Co, change of
venue. Tilal set for lUh.
J..". UilbcrUt Patterson vs Ed N
Edes, action for money. Default
aud judgment against garnishee I
r ., i i
aim older Issued for sale
13 J J Dalrymple, vs Ed N Edeo, i
ac.ion for money. Default and
judgment against gnrnlsheo aud
older Issued for sale of attached
47-Rosen field-Smith Co vs Ed N
Edcs. ncttou for money. Default
aud judgment against garnishcoaud
order itsued for sale of attached
!8-61chel & Mayer vs Ed N
Edes, action for money. Default
aud judgment against garnishes
and order issued for sale of attached
o3 Joseph Meyers vs. S P Far
rcu8, ct al., ac'lloii for damages. Dis
missed as to M. M. Fnrrens, with
out cost to cither party. Default
aud judgment against S. P. Fnr
rens for $73.78 and costs.
ol ChasII Dodd & Co. vs. James
A. Kays, acttou for money. Set
tled and dismissed.
55 Wm Armstrong vs. F J Spen
cer, action for money. Settled and
CG D M Osborne & Co. s. A
Abbott, action for money. Settled
59 H (' aud J II Porter vs W W
Brooks, action for money. Trial
for.Tuesdtiy, the 17th, at 9 a iu.
02 Daniel Duroln vs C V Ktiney,
ttal, action for money. Tilal set
fop &. the 14th, at 9 a. m.
SECOND DAY JUNE 10, 1890.
Court was called by Judge Boise
at 9 o'clock this morning and the
following aro tho prrscndlugs of tho
SU-rfllniiaB Hanson vs. Stalo of
Oregon, petition. A commission is
ordered to UkeUsllniony In the two
in Cahfoi nla and Gei many.
33 Elmer E Ilarritt vs. Ellai Por
ter, etal, paitiilou. S. L. Hayden
isnppiiulcd guardian ad litem for
13 A G r.obeil, vs. Robert Ford,
damages; ou tilal to the following
jury: A Olingcr, F W Parker, Then
Boutin, It O Donaldson, L Mllenen,
Oscar Do.ike, Wright Foihay, John
Seh.ifer, Wm D.irsl, Caspar orn,
f! W Watei bury, John Scott.
W. H B.igley, special agent
tho blalo Jiisuiiince company
start'! out this evening for Coos
county, his business being tho or
ganization of territory aud estab
lishment of agencies.
Rev. L. Biosseati, of Gervais;
Rev. L. Metayer, of Albany; Rav.
i Blauclielt, of St. Paul, aud Rev.
Fes-ler, gf Sublimity, m rived in the
city tills afternoon and are the
guests of Rev. J. S. WlilU1.
At the openiug of court at 1:30
and before lcumlng the Jury trial
tho following action was taken.
2 Ell.. belli Brown vs John Mc
Kay et ni, p..iiltlon. A stipulation
was filed dismissing tho case against
all the defendants except David Mc
Kay and John DeLong. Re
ferred to A. Oesner to make paitl
tion of piopjily,
U.K. Morrlw va W. I). Meiris:
I divorce. Default; refui red to It. P.
1 Boise Jr., to lake and report testi
31 Oi'a Harris vs. Samuel Harris,
i divorce. Default; referred to John
M. Chaw to take mid report testl
The trial of Roberts against Ford
for fJO.OOU duiiiagt'H on account of
unUwful arieit Is iu progress and
will very likely consume the whole
I ilay, if not louder.
Pahi ijre. I have 30 acres of Dm
pasture lo let. Inquire of W. T
Rigdon, 154 State street.
Rememiier Your Friends. If
you waul to MMtyour ftlendH alxiul
rvilem, the Willamette valley n.Ml
Oregon send them the Weekly
Caimtal Journal, onlyil.W) a
year. It will Imj bs good as a letter
each week, and they will also bo In
terested In our sjieeial write-up
editions that utjear unco a mouth.
Orders by mull or at office, next
door to lite jMnttofilcu.
IIoFf.R Iluos., Publishers.
Thr Prerrnlathe ofaTfrrlLleDlnfafe.
No dlsrdra. kieet the iiiMt dwdly
foruu cifluriK il li., involves with n trt ,
meudoua dmtruettoi. of i..iik ttwue u I
th(M vrntrli Ustu v ,! Hie kidney.
MUnli inMNdlm, w.i tbey lwx(ir lUruiiw
mt (Muert) xi itriHe U t-uhh tlMt.
linn HiMtely winvk ilia y irm.
tuevent thU U-t.ltle dlMtt. rsw
IuhiIiI l luul, uihi the flint 'jiaulfe-U-
tlon of tiouMe.Ui Hij-IMlMr Hliiali III
t, wIiicm ex'iriuiee Imm nnst tu li
hlgtily eneatUe x inMtiir n. wr'iu
Uijeilid .t(ub. .y to ie ivu if uri-1
urtlou, wHI ibe lite.. U)i'i-li
and UiwmIi. Auo.ber benWe, .1 null fi
IhU niMttatue. urttir lly euw-ii'ent h(xki
IU dia.etMtiuitluu. I t.ie ellwi.ui-nu bum
tbe bkiudof itn jtt,u tblrti ijtui ibu-
ueurtiliw, tout diwty unHoiitw
i lly iurMkiut( the Mtlvi.y tf
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, luporunt outlet fur tbveaesiw ofaueb Ini
Oxer Two Hundred of these favorHo Pens arc now in use iu Mnrio'i county alone. It Isouoor tRo very best
."onntalii Pen m.inuf.ietured. All Insurance Agents uso this Pen. Tho lato Improvements rondor It fltlll moro
J.attractlve and more desirable.
A full line of MABIE TODD & BAUD'S Go'd Pons are always iu stock, also
PHOTO ALBUMS, AUTO ALBUMS, SCRAP BOOKS,
SCRAP PICTUHFS, PURSES, CARD CASES,
VISITING CARDS, WEDDING STATIONERY.
Latest and Improved pattern, nickel
A Ticket wllli chance on this
RELIANCE CAN TEA. Price 75
vniBkv Will 0
L,eatlier and Kindings.
Bay-Cash paid lor Wool, Hides, Pelts and FtirH.-'ffSa
The Bissell "Gold Medal" Carpet Sweeper.
The Best in the World.
No. 31 Commercial St.,
DELAYS ARE DANOEP.OUH!
it is sure death; 25 cents per can.
a A lifiiri -
all kiikih or
! LLL' ' a
FURNITURE DEALER !
MOORE & OSliORNE
Dealers In Furniture, NoIIoiih. Quecuuwarc, Glussware, Cigars, Tobacco,
Ciuidiett and Nuts. All kinds of second liund goods, Iwugbt and sold.
Goods wdd on i-omniUMou. Cor, State and Liberty St.
JOH, Al.llKHT, A.ent. rWlern, Orrcon. t
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
Office 181 Commercial St.
All tylscifthe Kii'uHlni!erronUnt-
ly on U4iiu, aiku rMir aua ueeuira lur all
klud4 of HMthlue.
BUKT CASK, Agent.
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9S STATE STREET, SALEM, ORE.
Grocers, 249 Coiniiiercial
Garland Cooking Range,
finish, with complete set of utensils, (purchased of R. M. Wado & Co,)
elegant l'rle presented
cents por pound.
arid Shoes !
VBltY BEST KItANDS
for family use at-
Slaughter your Squirrels now by the
UANIIFAmiRRR OF FINE IIAIINISS
al l.in nf llnrsrt r'nmisliine (inmls.
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Wliips, Collars, Bridles
3yRepaIring promjitly and neatly done, and
light Harness to older,
Brick and Tile for Sale
MURPHY & DESART,
Huneeaaora to D. Nab,bnr u welleatab
lUbed llrlck and Tile factory In North
Salem, lieur the fair icrtiuud. and are pru
lured to furuUh flrkt-cliuui Orluk and tile
on abort notice.
HamplM of llrlck or Tile aent free to any
tvilut dnlred.on abort nolle. Order run
nlred.ou abort uotlc
U Un with Jo. KUbburn, 110 HUU atreet,
where aamplea fiiib en
Iff" t "
purohaso of ONE POUND of our
uoor FUY'S SQUJ ItllKL POISON.
rroposiils for Ulds for Sale or Xorlh
Salem School I!uilulii.
Hwilc-d IjIiN t7ll ' o recidvoil at tlto oltlce
1 L' ."' "I'.1'0"' ' "' H LVniiniercliil Ml et,
H'i i"'", "'iT,!'." "11 Jtmo 11. tsiu, for the
iMwiutliMl air fcot.coi i)uriONiw. to bo re
liKivul fioiiilno iioiii'-CMby tlienn rlitne
, JliL'.-i'11 "'" J, v-lft-l' JlutHWlll uo
.T0i".(l'.1 ''.'im'" ".o!,"'7 f a o'clock 11. III., JtltlO
21. .) TIiuivm.-. iiteivui iho rlht lo
iW'i-tnin til nl 'nils, Doiioliytliobonid
llfll fOHI.S fl '.IVKll Dili. No il Till!,
..ihilny of Bl, , i j. W. . HIMI'SON,
i lii i.iiihF'"' v
T eiu w bo n diMfeliil niootlnir of tlie
tax i. yeiaofnolioofui.trlel No. ai.of Ma.
iloiiionuty, Oiegoii, held nt the ripen.
Iioiue In hiilem on Tlinrdity,tlifl IDlti day ol
Jiiiie.lwo.ntHo'eioek ,:ocon,dcc liTo
iliUfiirlxiiiiUtobeiMiiriliiiid lo ntitlior
UonctepUiiK oof Mime llileciiicdiutvUablo.fiC
i-oiuo befoiu iheiiitetlnir
Done l oulwoi lint iMMtri of (ll.tctorx
of .cIkk.I !l.u- et No. 81. til In May Wt, IHO.
rrojiosnU for Wood.
rkialed Ijldk will lm i.ti,iv...i ,tm nm
of fccliiKil clerk 'JUt Commercial at reel. Ha
ni Miiixii eierk 3H Commercial airoet,
lin, Oiaoin, until June 31, IK)0, for
deliwry o lUleortlsuriiirzellrfiuif IMro
"fltriiKriil(oiliodymiU, lo lw dellve
ir i lie
MtlllHKAiit Knleiii rliixif billlilliii;,oii or
. . ... ""'. ". iu i-urjn or iiirjio lie
mm II Conl. of lurae jjrub or body onk, to
bo ilellverril nt tho wmili Ki em m-IhmI
iniue, HlworiUof lurue llriuul 10 cord of
lamuKruiMiruotly wtk.ta lw ikllvo.ed a
i -s"rlh Wiileiii .e.iool. 16 eon! f Iniyn fir
nnil IOcnrUofUiiBtruli or iwmIv onk, to
lj.lllo,ciiit i,io lnio Cenirul teliooK
All woisl must bo imirfVet lonjr, ,enoun
bly klnilirlH unit corded e!oe. All bld
will leoii.ieitu'iv(t otlloant 3 o'cleck:
1. in , June VI, IhU). The board itertsith
rlljlit to rtiert nud all bid.. Dotio by
i ortlur oltlielsmrd of director pforewiUl,
lliUV7llulaiofMiiv, lX). '
f il.HlMlAON, Clerk.
MflJiool l)lt. Ko.ai Marlon Co. Or.
OTICK la hereby uiveu that tUetuider
alsnrrl ailiiiiiiUTrHliiroflhueHlate of
in H. tillmoio.ilis.itiked.liHviiiij tiled lily
llimlm-ponutwlth Hon. r.C.HhAW, comity
JiKbrii of Marlon county, Oruguu, ha fixed
July 7. HO, at jOuVliwk a, ni., to henr ony
lijiitlft)in why aatd account khouUI not
i bu allowed and ilia udiiiluikimtor dbv.
chanted. J. W I IIAWTOIID,
'5t AdmlnUtmtor ofanldtut