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Tie tot meal for i'o els. on the,
Pacific ouibt at Strongs cheek res-tsiinof-
Bufcrn and Slioul Water Imy
frencb dinners cooked when or
dered lu advance.
WESTACOTT & IRWIN.
Spate Sunday School Conven
tion. The sixth annual convention
ofthe Oregon state Sunday school
auoelotion will be held In the Cum
berlanil Presbyterian church, Eu
gene, commencing Tuesday evening,
May 19th and closing Thursday
evening, Ma UI, 1891. The Sunday
school workers of Oregon are not
ouly invited hut urged to meet to-
tether in convention ior tno pur
pose of cnnsldori ug questions of great
.i .. tint mnnlr .....I Im tltliu
Impormuvu w wu "" "j iuua
coming together and discussing
tes questions and becoming ac
quainted one with the other and
with the worK as a whole, all may
tethe better qualified for the work.
This Is a mass convention and nil
interested in the Sunday school
work are luvlteii to be parent, and
every Sunday school in the state is
urged to see that one or more per
sons are present to represent their
school. The people of Eugene have
extended a hearty invitation for the
convention to meet with them and
their homes will 1p open to entertain
11 who shall attend. Key. G. A.
Ulur, of Eugene, is chairman of the
teal committee of arrangements
and all who desire entertainment
are requested to send their names to
him so that places may be assigned
them. Arrangements will bo made
for the usual reduced fares on rail
roads, and also to have a number of
leading Sunday school workers
present. E. W Allen, chairman
It was Dedicated. A large
number of people gathered nt the
Highland church Sundny to bear
the dedicatory sermon by Rev. J.
H. Douglas. He gave a strong ad
dress and one appropriate to the
occasion. At the close of his sermon
he stated the condition ofthe church
financially, which was about as
follews: The cost of the church was
$2071.44, ot that sum $1073.33 had
been raised from donations and gifts;
this left a debt of f 309 09 yet to be
n'ct. A paper was circulated among
he audience and 331.74 was ob
tained in subscript ions and cash; this
left the Finull bum of J00.35, which
was pledged by a few member.
The people in that part of the city
have a neat little church and will
aave services there every Sunday,
pv. Mr. George is their new miu
wcuiT ok Way Secuked The
H of way fir the Electrio road
I been permnneutlv settled. The
inch line will start from Chemck-
"B'l Seventpnrwti Hfrppfn. and
t,ruu north nn Rnvpnteonth
a,ng the cast line of High
M adilillun 1,. Mm Rrovninn
wlere a slluht ourve to the
"nude of one or two degrees.
'tt brll tr tint mi tn Out
?LerPitllio corimtnv'a depot,
'"'stat f.i,P g,.oq ,!..,. There Is
Do,hlQS ii, di ii-nv ,f diia HY.
2sfoij ln , Those
lMthwnnve found it not
i V tnsk to securo the b nua and
flUofwair. hut. with ripralst.
,KS Imve met with snlondld
Wor.i will ho beininnn the
?"-feWiliys in niiikiiiir the
'ei' B, act l,y nr-xt week ti furte
d"' win ue el to wurk t,ru,ig.
'f The peonle tf Bulwii
eLtnng that Clark &
1 iurt street are kien-
V fl at-i Intw etook of gro-
MP t Ullllll llli.lr iirlniu
t lr delivery system Is
etu sample of Sun faun
Irte candy. Great
roirui (lark & Rm.w
after be r re-nun-d to fur
Ut greeu vegetables in
rkCt, 100 Court Ktrvw
' " TfTS
riu. -n j i r
liiL-i.vuiiuiiifiii increasing ns
the Discoveries Grow Rich.
A Brief History of Thcso Rich
Mines and why Tlioy Have
not Keen "WorkedNew
A new discovery of gold travels
with Incredible rapidity. Tho re-
p.irts of the rich discoveries In the
Santlam mining dlstrit Is attracting
no little attention In Portland, San
Francisco and even In the east. The
.-untiam mining district is not a
new Held by any means, tho country
having h-en pretty thoroughly pros-H-cttil
some twenty-five or thirty
yt :;rs ago. Many claims wero taken
and much development work done.
A quartz mill was put In, roads
that cost many thousands of dollars
made, and Quarlzvllio, tho mining
town ot the district, nnd tho mines
"White Unll" and "Red Bull," cre
ated much excitement nt the time,
and some of the finest free gold spec
imens over taken from any miues
on the coast wero taken fiom the
"White Bull" mine. Tho lack of
railroads In the country aud the
methods of developing quartz mines
made this district less piofitnble
than it would otherwise have been.
The owners were very much elated
over the prospects and the result of
the first few months' run of their
mill seemed to Indicate that their
expectations would be fully realized,
but as they went down, free gold
became scarce, the ore become refrac
lory, and it that time tho modern
methods of haudling such ore was
not known, in fact free gold was all
they could save, aud silver they were
uot looking for. Consequently the
mill ceased to pay, aud nbout this
time tho mill was burned, aud the
owners becoming discouraged did
not rebuild it. The company then
rented the mines for a per cent, of
the ore taken out. Aftor the mines
had been worked for a year iu this
manner, tho operators turned over
to the company about $1203, as their
pay. It has sinro been discovered
that tho men working tho
mines, tunneled into tho hill
a long distance and then filled up
the mouth of the mines. It is also
reported they took out about $73,C 0
while they operated tho mines.
From that time liltle was done until
18S9 when acompauv in this city
and one In Albany wero organized
to make a new investigation of that
district. Since that time a number
of companies have been organized,
and a part of them propose to put iu
machinery early this spring. Pre
parations to that end are now being
made by the following cempanies:
The Red Bull, of Salem. Oregon;
the Bonanza of Albany, Oregon; the
Golden City company, of Albany,
Ongon, tho Galena company, of
Portland, Oregou; the White Bull
company, of Salem, Oregon; and
Gold Mountain aud Dry Gulch
company, of Salem, Oregon, (placer);
aud a number of other organized
companies have signilled their in
tention to commence active work lu
the near future. The properties of
tho above companies all assay well.
The district is large, being not less
than thirty miles long, flft.-en wide
with plenty of timber and water near
nt hand, "in many of tho claims
silver s' cms to predominate, aud in
going down as many have, 50 or 75
feet, their ledges seem to be well de
fined and wide, getting richer in sil
ver every foot, plentifully intermix
ed with galena. All it requires is
capital to developo these mines, and
it is desitned to become one of tho
best fields for tho investment of
money that has ever been discover
ed on the coast.
Salem will necessailly be tho -enter
for supplies for that region. Tho
majority of the companies are loca
ted lu this city, the money is here
aud the foundry and factories are
hero, and from that reason alone
Kninm will ha tho principal seat of
business for that entire district. The
East side railroad which ruus lu a
few miles of the city will make a
terminus here, aud run n branch
lino t the mines, nnd also make
connections hero with Sontheru Pa
cific. A road from Salem to the
mines would pass through some of
the finest timber on the coast. This
could be run down to the mills in
the city and be manufactured Into
lumber. The center of this rich dis
trict is ouly about 50 miles from
Salem and CO miles of that through
an eden of fir timber.
Clini ohowder Sroat & Gije's.
New AltiuVAL. Large invoice of
new millinery from San Francisco, I
at Mrs. M.E. Wilson's today. W0)
are receiving and filing orders dally.
Only tho best goods.
An Opportunity in Real Estate,
r, on ni vs What is
DAl.t; tun " "" i
L-.mwn.nR the "Marble Corner,
Alio 7j blocks across thestreet north
n.,r( niui L.iueriy i
of the East Baleni 6umi -"
This property will be for sale lor
the next 30 days. Inquire of
3:12 lui M. L. CHAMBKULAl.V
FdR SALE.-On the !nslallnn.nt
plan for $850. a good lot with story
and a half plastered house. Imjulw
of J. M. Payue, Btale street. if
The Cleveland Garden wed" at
, Farrar & Co'a are elrlctly reliable.
Thk Father Shot the Biud.
The Albany Herald relates a good
joke at tho expenso of H. liryaut,
tho well known capitalist and law
yer who reoldcs In the suburbs of
that city. A few days ago he pur
chased n new gun, a small bore
rifle, for his little boys. On taking
the weapon homo they wanted him
to try It to see If ho was a good shot.
One of the boys was the proud po.i-.
ses-sorof a Chinese pheasant, done!
up in the taxidermist's highest url.
This the boys had loeated lu a con
spicuous position In an udjuccut lot.
They pointed It out to the head of
tho family, who proceeded to move
on tho enemy. He crawled up to
withlua convenient distance aud
fired at the bird. It was evidently
a clean miss. He fired again nnd
still again with no better results.
The confounded bird still remained
motionless, his bright plumage glis
tening In the suulight In a most ex
asperating wuy. He sent the boys
back to the house after more am
munition, nnd then opened fire
again. He evidently hit the mark,
for aslight swaying of tho bird at
tracted his attention, and then It
dawned upon his mind that he had
been the victim of a practical joke
by his littlo sous. He no doubt felt
like instructing them in tho little
song '-Listen to the patter of the
shingle on their pant-a," hut he ap
preciates a good joke himself, and
could uot retrain from telling It to
his friends in town.
Cakoline Gaqk Tonight. To
night is the opening night of Caro
line Gage and the Keene company's
return engagement. We are glad to
know that Dumas' great play
"Camllle," a part in which the
beautiful young expositor of emo
tion fairly revels, is to be the open
ing performance. The company has
anlved and are quartered at the
Willamette. All ure in the best of
health and spirits, and a long to be
remembeied performance may bo
expected. An unusually large num
ber of seats have been sold, the sue
cess of the engagement is assured
and a most cordial welcome awaits
the old favorifsnt the raising of the
curtain ut 8:15. Special lequest is
made by Manager Willis, that all
should be In their seats at that time,
that the thorough enjoyment of the
performance may uot be detracted
from by taidy entrance.
Help the Hotel. "This is tho
ouly town in America where the
people ofthe town do not patroub.e
a first class hotel when one is main
tained for them lu good faith," said
Landlord W.tgucr, of The Willam
ette, to a reporter today. This is
the dull season of tho year aud busi
ness has been yery cloe. Tho hotel
has been kept up in first class style,
largely at Mr. Wagner's expense
siuco business dropped off. Ho is
now prepared to make a special rale
for meals or board, if any Salem peo
ple want to try a table d hote for a
Sale m Excorsionis rs. T h e
steamer Manzanillo, Capt. Smith,
came up from Salem yesterday,
bringing 100 excursionists, the most
of whom were students of the Wil
lamette university. They made a
stay of an hour or two and -t?amed
down the river again. The excur
sionists visited d'fl'erent places of
interest about tho city, saw tho
sights, and were much pleased with
the trip. Herald.
Tho funeral will bo held in Hub
bard Monday, at 10 a. m.
For Thursday Night.
Read the following program for
the Bwanton enlurtalmnent to be
given in the opera house Thursday
evening. Another program equally
good will be given Friday night.
a. A Close Call Bayues
b. The Tell Tale Anon
La Castoguettc Kettin
Miss Beatrice Suelton.
a, Selections Shakespeare
b. Humorous Selected Recitations
Oh Restless Sea.- C. A. White
Messrs. Wenger, Kundret, Ross
Papa's Letter Anon
Weber's Last Waltz J. Hartman
Prof. J. M.Coomer.
a. Characteristic Selected
b. Romance of a Hammock
Bill Nye Miss Swanton.
Vocal Solo Mies Lcona Willis.
n. Our Folks (patriotic) Catllu
b. La Grippo Anon
. Miss Swanton.
Home Sweet Home-..: "Papp"
Prof. A. Feebler.
Christmas at the Quarters With tho
The llig Sapper.
Program for the W. R. O. bocial nt
G. A. R. hall on Monday evening,
Piano solo Mies Nellie South wick
Instrumental duet --"
Mr. and Mrs. Willis MeHlroy
Recitation Mrs. Howard
Vocal solo with chorus. -Mr. Folger
Instrumental duet.--Mlw Stelner
v,,,ilnnln MIm Httrrin
w.ir ttaiiilnliioeiicisi Kv- 'orwln
iix. ...iv in ilia world for Cut.
vom "'.-"-0rno y iwiulreJL It
iucSrW. or no,y requlreJ. It
Zuwuvy nrfuudVl. X'noe. emu !r
HlbliaiMf Kliiunntio " u"r I'"U'
i .-imII Afuuraatitirfsd
TlH iUIMiHfM- -3-. --",-
No griphiu win
r."T...77.Tv iollowiur tut. u i'w.
S" .TdaVlid to both w":
Joey arc d'Ul to
d.nwiu P4,T;.: mreofal. k hou-
feiy. We tru nniee
Ei'woivrir Lea cute. The Eji
worth league, of the M. E. church
will hold exercises In that church
tonight tho program Is as follews:
Anthem, by the choir; address,
Judge T. C. Shaw; song by Y. P. 8.
C. E,; address, Deacon Hatch; song,
congregation; nddress, N. R. Guy
lord; duit, Misses Gertrude Savage
nnd Grace Clint-; Star of Mystery
Mlud Rending, N. R. (3aylord;8oug
"God be with yon till wo meetagaiu.
Two Din-Nits. Two men were
given a healing belore Recorder
Chiodell this morning for being
monk. They both paid the fines
imposed for such olleuses and were
allowed to go their way.
Faumers' Alliance. Mr. Cole,
the state organizer of tho farmers'
alliance, of Kansas, addressed the
people of Hubbaid this afternoon
when steps were taken to organize
an alliance i1' that place. What
result ho met with has not yet been
AnnoR Day. Next Friday is tho
time set for Arbor day for the public
schools. The schools in this city
will observe the occasion with appro
priate ceremonies. The pilnclpal
i attraction will be at the East Salem
school, where a program will be
SfRiNci Poetry. It is all right
lu Its pln'-c, but a spring suit is
more necess-iry just now. E.
Suhoettle can please you.
The undersigned has just received
a large stock of late styles of tho
P. Ceutemeri kid gloves the only
genuine in the city, and is the ouly
authorized agent nt Salem. Also
great display of new bpriug millin
ery. Chas. Calvert,
274 Commercial St.
Now is Youn Tun:. Improve
the opportunity and gel your photo
graph at Mou tee Bros.' gallery. For
tho next 20 days they will make
cabinet photographs for ?1.00 per
dozen. First clus work. Gallery,
south of the postofllce, Salem, Or.
C A M P B E L L. In Monmouth,
Oregon, March 20, 1891, Mrs. P.
Mrs. Campell was the wife of Prof.
Campbell of the state normal school,
and was an excellent lady full of
hope and ambition. Dr. L. L. Row
land, of this city, wrs called to her
bedside, but death was the only
relief aud at 4 o'clock p. m. March
20th, she breathed her last. Sho
Ieave3 a husband and a baby about
two weeks old. Professor and Mrs.
Campbell, came to Monmouth about a
year ago aud since that time he has
been laboring to build up the nor
mal school. He has tho deepest
sympathy of a lurge number of
friends In his bitter afflictions.
A Fourful ncrltngo,
The iiansnilsslonof blood tilnts entail
learfnl conFequeiico, those bo nllltcted huvo
iieed to purity the blood every hprlng. Neg
lect or this olten leads so fearful compli
cation of diseases. A gentleman whoe
family wero greatly allllctcd writ ejus tlnia:
ily wife and babe, fourteen months old,
and a boy of rlvo have eullo.ed lor years
from hereditary scrofula or King's ovll. I
have employed the best physicians, but
found nothlngto tellevo them until I tried
Illbbatds Hhuumallo rup. Have liked
fouiieen bottles, and And to myastouUu
ment they are entirely cured. 'Words can
not describe the value of your medicine ag
a blood purifier. I shall recommend It to
all who uietroublcd from Impure blood.
John MuellerweUs Jr, Dealer in groceries
and provisions, Alpena, Mich.
for bale by smith & stelner.
A box of Ficnch Candy with your Teas
OUR 40 CENT TEAS
Are superior to those sold by groceries at
60 cents, 'fry them and bo yeurowu Judge
Direct, nnd In dealing with us yon save all
middlemen's protlts. For a few dayH
longer we will continue our
lib box of French Mixed Candy given
freo, besides n nice present In crockery for
1. ilt box and two preiervoilUlicH with
n cents worth ol tea. Our ColI'eeB aro 6
cents per pound less than elsewhere. Call
aud try us.
317 Commercial Street,
40 Branches. -:- 40 Branches,
Beventy-nlne and one-half acres of land
TU miles from halem, J 7"1,ndl?Plni
eni-, IK milt from bteamboat luudlng;
of a mlfo irom sohool hoiibe. Jloube, barn,
smoke house, wood and chicken house
Ffty acres In cultivation; balance pasture;
four springs on the place; fine young or.
chard, small frnlt. etc. 'call at the i pUco.or
uddrons U.U weu
flftfc rLIl.l.Ai TmmUA nunaid IlrftaiL
SAfC. tJvM rtlUbl. iADIC
Ir.ftl fo. CUtUUi't Dmglut
wad Drni la l(MI " littl
itia Uim. Mftkd alUi Uua I
ikittt MJtMJ mmJ imifllM. 4 1 VntT-MA
r mo4 4u. la iiuh fcf panlaaton, IMdow
aJala tad "MMtt for l.ne," U Uu
W rctora lUlU JB.VUO T-UW
U t U iMUi IVUllHI,
szsiir " ""KH"-?,.,
SAIvB OF STOCK.
Fine stock heep, 130 ewes, five fresu
eow, tour boon nnd other tor k t my
firm on Ifowell pialrle. oven wille it
of baleui the J. U Kofrrnerr, on Tum
day March IT. WM. W.T.lUVMWt
lA.nr rtr. atal'tAna lO ho COld ftMU Jit th
lied bkrn. lie df-po'. f
1 " ilAYB AVJifU'LEll,
im 2 c&i
Genevieve Blrcct Is to be "improv
ed" at n cost according to the ordi
nance passsed last Tuesday night,
of $27,590.20 The amount Is divided
among fifty-four property holders;
Bomo of the lots nro nMessed over
$1000apelce. Courtstreet Is to be
"Improved" also, at a cost, accord
ing to tho council's figures, of $10,
2)9,10 Tho old stylo of "Improve
ment" is ordered; plank, plaui
plank; just sn much more vegetable
matter to rot In tho moist nlr. As
Removed, Tho stovo and tin
store of Barr & Petzel has been re
moved from next door to Ladd A
Bush's bauk to 247 Commercial, two
doors north of Red Corner drug
See our "Exotic"
ware. Sroat &
tlio uso of Hood's Sni'sniarlll.i. Sevcro
cases of scrofula, upon which other prep
ar itlons havo been powerless, yield to tho
peculiar curative powers of this medicine.
DUtiesslug c.iscs of dyspepsia, excruciat
ing complaints ot the kidneys aud liver,
ngontzing Itch bo
nnd pain ot salt Er (PQB I BTC
iliciim, disagree- ggMll0
abla cases ol catarrh, and aches and pains
.f rheumatism, aro cured by Hood's Sar
V . i ilia. It l mines the blood, and at tho
a thus tones tho stomach, ctcates an
tile, and ghes strength to every fuue
a of the body. Glvo It a trial.
" For four years my wfiu suffered with
'.arfo tumor bunches on tlio glands under
'.iu ;,rms, and general debility of the uholo
jtem. Slio Iccamo so poor In health
that we wcio on tho vcrgo of despair
regarding her recovciy. l'liyslclans did
not seem to understand her case; at all
events sho never derived any benefit from
their treatment. Sho finally concluded to
try Hood's Sarsaparllla. Tho Immedlato
elect was so marked and satisfactory that
sho continued to tal:o It, and thi? r tho
esuit: She has gained tn weight
From 84 to Hi Pounds
and Is stronger and In better health than
she has been ( ir years. The hunches under
her arms l.ave diminished, and u bcllevo
Hood's Saisaparllla will bo too much for
theiulatimo." J. J. Noncnoss irJG Com
mercial Street, Boston, Slass.
Said by d.n vlits. 01; six for f 5. 1'icp.irodby
C. 1. 1IOOU & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
tOG Doses Ono Dollar
Dealer in Groceries, Paints, Oils
and WindoAV Glass, "Wall Pa
per and IJordcr, Artists' Ma
terials, Lime, Hair. Nails and
Shingles, Hay, Teed and Fence
Posts, Grass Heeds, Etc,
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
Three nights, commencing
MONDAY, MARCH 23.
Triumphant return of tho unrivaled
HARRY F. KEENE'S
Well known company cf players, opening
Monday evening lu nn elaborate produc
tion of Alex Dumas' famous sciibiitlonnl
With maEnlflcontBtngo setting nnd the
most sumptuous wurdrnbo over displayed
in eiuem. (jnango 01 pioy niguuy,
sale of beats opens Friday morning at
Patton's book Btoro.
REED'S OPERA HOUSE
Thursday and Fridny,
March 26 and 27
-First Appearance of-
JIISS ELLA LBOTTA SWANTON,
Atncrlea's I'onrless KlocutloniMt, Under
thojiusplccs of tho V. I'.H. (1. K of
tho Baptist Church, assisted by
Salem's Best Musical Talent
Reserved scats without extra charge at
Proul & Gilo's Utate street.
3lor(gnscc's Sale of Chattels.
Notice Is hereby duly given that under
nnd by vlrtueofu certain chattel mortgage
bearing dato March (lib, 18U1, executed
and delivered on said day by McKlule,
iii-Iip11 hi Ivun It. Duwhoii. which mnri
gage was duly filed for record In the
otllce of the recorder of conveyances of
Marlon county, Oregon, on Slarch 7th,
IBM, at one o'clock p. in,, In which county
the property hereinafter described then
whs und still Is, und by nnson of tho de
fault of sold McKluley Mitchell In fulling
to pay on demand to said lvun K. Dawson
the sum of 15781.68, with Interest from
March Utb, 1W1, at the uile ol ten per caiL
per annum, uud the further sum of
iUMMM with Intcre-H nt said rute from
wild duto secured by said mortgage nnd
due nnd wholly unpuldand by reason that
the conditions ot said mortguge hnvo be
come and are broken by wild default and
pursuant to Hie terms of said mortguge I
will make foreclosure of said mortgage
and will on Maturduy. the !Wth duy of
March, A, D. laU, ut hulf ut eleven lu the
forenixin at the store building formerly
occupied by said McKluley Mitchell In
the lown of Oervals, In tho oouuty of Ma
rlon, state ol Oregon, sell ull trie mortguged
chattels in said mortgage described ui ull
the stock of grnerul inerchundlso lieloug
IngtoaaldMcKlnley Mitchell, consisting
ofiiurdware. hutsuiid cups, dry and fyr
oWliing goods, boots und shoes, crockery,
oil, ulotlilng, traceries, wlllo wure, aud
goods of all kind, nature or dtMiriptlon;
Hl.wull the store furniture und ttxture lu
the two story building nnd warehouse
adjacent theret oocupled at the dato of
tnld mortgage by the Mid MnKlnley
Mitchell us a jsuoml store, nlaoall til"
lurmture and fixtures In bulldlngoceuplell
by hlin as u furniture atnre on -ill- uud H
reeU, lu said town, county and state; ulso
one home and buggy, to the highest bidder
fur cash In hand to nullify the said mort
gage, and will apply the proceed as dir
ected by the said mortguge to l Inpayment
oftbekuinoff37ol.Uiaiid the further sum
of VUhhi, with Interest on each of said
una at the rate of tu per cent per an
num from Mareh Clh, 11. and to the
payment of all charge touching said
mortgaged chattel amounting to the sum
ot I an to the payment of couuatl
fee a provided for In said mortcago
Binountiug to ten per cent, of the urlnev
pat aud interest abov toentloii'xl. and
t be surplus, If any there be. 1 will render
and pay over totbeaIdMcKlnliy Mitchell
or to hi aiuilgn.
Dt4 Manh Utb, 1HI, .
IVAN It, iiAWUOV.alortgaxe.
All the latest patterns and shades In-
Satinos, Palmer Seersuckers, Manchester and. Cheviot
Suitings, Zephyr Cloths, Beige Novelties, and
B35 Bco display in corner window.
CSy Special bargains lu ;
L'ino, Heavy Plaid Spring Suitings 25 in. wide
35c a yd., Handsome Cheviot Spring Suitings 14 yds.
OPERA HOUSE DLOOK-
Head qunrters for lw prices.-
Within 5 years. Not less thnn 100 new houses aro going up now In
Salem. The entire va'ley will make an unprecedented building growth
Thereforo we have just luld in
1,000 GALLONS LINSEED OIL,.
Wo also cany tho largest stock in this valley of
Paints, Glass, Brushes, Oils, Putty, Varnishes, Lime,
Cement, Plaster, Hair, Alabastine and Piro Brick.
BEST MIXED PAINTS IN THE MARKET
By Can or Barrel. Hay, Grain, Feed, Groceries, Crock
ery, Glass Ware.
GILBERT & PATTERSON.
llllRSIRWMEN AND OTHERS "
When in Need of Harness, Saddles, Whips, Robes, etc.
You will find it to your advantago to call on me be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as I have the LA11GEST RE
TAIL STO RE I N" GREG ON. Gents' and Ladies' Sad
dles iu most modern styles,
HEAD QUARTERS FOR HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS
Best made in tho world. I am solo Manufacturer's Agent
for Salem. NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD i
Buggy Harness as low as $5.60. Wagon Harness as
low as $13. This house is not of Mushroom growth, but
was established by mo in 18G9 and by long experience I
know tho demands ofthe trade. You can't miss the placo
at tho sign of "Tho Big Dapple Gray Horse."
Thanking .my customers for their liberal patronage in
the past. By square dealing,
Largest Stock of Trees in the INorthwest
ONE AND TnREE-EOURTHS ISOIiLIONS.
100,000 Prune Trees. 85,000 Eaopus Spltzenberg.
35,u00 lloynl Ann Cherry. 20,000 GrnvoustolH Aiiplc.
10,000 Early Crawford Pencil. 26,000 Yellow Newtown Plppen
10,000 Moorparlc nnd Royal Apricot. 15,000 Ron Davis Apple
LARGE STOCK OF ALL OTHER LEADING VARIETIES OF FRUITS
FREE FltOM INSECT TESIS.
.CATALOGUE FREE. ADDRESS :
J H. SETTLEMIER, Woodburn, Oregon.
THE OREGON NURSERY CO.
Is Oiiering a Largo, Well Grown Stock of
FRUIT- SHADE, ORNAMENTAL AND NUT TREES.
EVERGREENS, VINES, SHRUBS, K0SES, ETC.
At Low Prices.
Late Keeping I inter Apples a Specialty .
Catalogue and Price-Lint free. Address or cull ou WIRT JJROS.,
OUlco 292 Commercial street, Halem,
r ii m mrr--ui
Sasla and Door Kactory,
Front'j Street, Salem, Oregon.
Tho boat class of work in our lino at prices to compote
with tlio lowest. Only tho best matoriul used.
Tho undrflignod is prepared to furnish buyors all
kinds of farm lauds at tho boBt rates. Also city and sub
urban property. L. C. FISHElt, lift P. O. Block,Saloiu.
Pint Nations! Bank
A. V. Amtoo, Mngr. W. X. Stauv. ludpat
Uuslnest, 8horthn4, yyptwrltlnir, Penmnhlp nnd Enelith Departments.
Dayu4HTcnlnlkM!fltta, feludcul o4tt(,U uy time, Cttaloueou pnucatlott
-AN IMMENSE STGCK.
IS THE FIGURES SET FOR
POUNDS I0F STRICTLY PURE
I hope for a continuance of
E. S. LAMPORT,
289 Commercial Streot,
Who do AllKInds'of
As Cheap as any Laundry in
tho Country Using White Ilolr
and doing Urut-cluBa work,
CQrLrulIcH aud patrons Invited
to Inspect our process of doing
230 Liberty Street.
Building, lUlcoi. Oregon.
INSURE IN YOUR HOME COMPANY
Assessed ncnrlyiono-thtrdfof feJmilUon
nv t n tf vn riiM a...
Anaspech.. ngrontfor Marfon couuly. Ofr
flAanrilhikA fin-.-. -.
WK will pay thenbove rownrd for nuy
ensoof liver complaint, dyspepsia, slcfc
headacho, Indigestion, constipation or cos
tlvcness wo cannot cure wltw west's Veg
cltnbloLlqcr llll, who n tho dlrecUons nro
strictlo complied Avith. Tlioy nra purely
vegotabi, nnd novcr fall to glvo Batlsfne
Jlon. Sugar coated, Large boxes, contain.
In? 30 pills, 25 cents. Beware of counter
feits nnd mltattons. Tho genuine mnnu
fMCtHrcd only by THK JOHN O. WKST
Co. Chicago 111.
Hold by Oco. E. Good, Druggist, 809 Com.
FOREST GROYK FODLTIIY YARDS,
Founded m 11877.
1000 YOUNG FOWLS FOR SALE
And tho finest ever .bred on the; Paclflo
Coast, Book yeur: order early
Send Stamp for Catalogue.
Address J, M. GARRISON,
10:ll-dw Forest Grove, Oregon.
RKAt ESTATE BKOKEUS
AND NOTARIES 1'UIIHO.
Collections AIndo and Loans Negotiated.
2QO COMM&ROIAL STREET
U, S. Tension nnd Claim ngont. P. O
Bos 231. H.ilom, Oregon. Deputy County
ClerV- Vrlte for blanks, w
GEO. C. WILL,
of Will Bros., Albany and Corvallls.
Pianos, Organs and jewing Machines.
sewinomachines and onoANa
At Your Homes
Agents flit Northwest Insurance Co. Two
doors north of 1'ost Otllce, Halem, Or. Nee
dles and now parts for all Sewing Naohlncs
10 Acres for Rent.
A cholco tract only ono mllo from Balem
Torms liberal. Apply to
MRS. D. L. FIESTER,
ThoLargost Stock of
Of the chofpest styles. Tho latest styles
from Sun Fnlnctseo and tho cast, A flno
line of novcltlos. Ladles Jlnvltod to call
Inspect nnd compare prices.
$10 will buy tho Odbli. Typb WRitkh
with 78 characters, mid 516 Jbr tho Sinolk
CahicOdkij., wnrmntod o do hotter work
thnn any mnchlHe mado.
ltcombtucHHiin'i.iotTy with flmunir
ity, Hi'kkd, Kasu ol Oi'riiatiok, wears
longer without co'tt of repairing than any
other machine, lias no lnlc ribbon to
bother the operator. It Is neat, substan
tial, nickel plated, perfect nnd adapted to
nil Kinds or typo writing, Llkw a printing
prCBH, it produces sharp, elean, legible
manuscript. Two or ten copies can bo
mndo ot ono writing. Anylntelllgentper
son can become an operator In two days.
WoonerJIOOO to uny opemtor who can
equal thu work of tho Doum.H Cash
OfiBX.1,. . ,
Hrilablo Agents nnd salcsmon wanted.
Special Inducement to dealers.
For pamphlet giving indorsement, Ac.,
address OWEDIjTVPK W1UTKH CO.,
85 nnd 87 6th Ave. Chicago, 111.
Sale ol City Property.
XTOTIOK Is hereby given that the rlty ol
IN Bulem, Oregon, will sell at public auc
tion at Halem, Oregon, on the SSthdayof
March, IBM, ut 2 o'clock p. m., three brick
buildings belonging to said cltyot Halem,
Oregon. Two of fnld buildings aro two
sury buildings nnd the other n ono-story
building. All of said property is situated
on Hlnlo street und Liberty street, and Is
described us follews:
(Jommcnclngut tho northwest corscrot
block UO In tho city of Hnlem, Oregon, and
running tlienco easterly along tho north
Hue os said block CO feel; thunuo southerly
parallel with the west lino of said block
1C0 feet: thonco. westerly parallel with tho
north lino of said blook 60 feat to tho west
Hue ofsuid block; thence nortborly along
the wostlliioofHiild block 100 feet to tho
place nt beginning.
Tho terms of said alo nretone-thlrd of tho
purchasoprlceutthetlinoofsnle: tho bal
ance when tho deed Is made by the ctly.
Tho City ol Halem reserves the right of
possession uud thu right to use freo ot
charge, to tho City of Halem, the suld ono
story building und tho two-toiy bnlldlnif
known us tho Capital Knglue house, and
nil of the upper stories of botliof the two
story buildings, on or before tbo first of
Heptember, li&l, nnd the City ofHalem, Ore
gon, ulso rcservoi tho right to reect any
or ull bids. Halo to take place la front
ofthe Capital Kuglne company's bnlldlug
on Htnto sticot In said city.
K M. ftAKOUK,
o. p. HurrorV,
Committee from tho Council,
Chief Ihiglncor of tlio Ba exn Flra l)e
partmeut, 0. C. BREWSTER,
llay, Grain, Mill Feed and Farm Produce.
T0IJACC0, CIGARS AND STATIONERY. '
Ol Court Street.
SA-IICM, - - ORBOON,
NK OK THK I.AIiniT K8TAI1U8II.
I..... t.. I.A UinlU IjlWAH CMtlUk I ll (a M
i uiuuuu. .'tYTr rv.R..:sr. j-t.-;.":
V.-l...l f nrrul btrutl liul Itlunlrkl ll
price Hat of Job nrlullng, and catalogue of
Hleaxx I'rlnler ftolem Oreoa,
If you want tbo genuine P. Cen
tomerl Kid Ulove, cull at Calvert'iJf
who In mill tlio W)lo ftReul At dWia,