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.. MAtt. 27, 1801.
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2! I hv month. 7i, nnd 15
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llfct'ons- joitunai. regif
rnr BT?n,.fl,1Serooon ooclnil
K : &wkta, Etc Sole
Can Bawng i """
wheat, net 70 cents per bu.
"nw ' ..-. ?a tn fw cents ner lb.
Dm't forget that you can net
fh caws every day at Strong's
niurirant. The bread thoy make
few! surpassed by any in the state.
fjw suipment of oranges, coeoa-
rulsaud liananas due tonight. Best
prices at wholesale or retail.
WESTACOTT & IRWIN.
Make Contracts. The manag
ers of the Salem cannery are making
ovtpnslve arrangements for their
summer and fall run. What they did
last year is only a small uflalrcom
paerdto what will bedone the coming
season. A large amount of new
machinery will be put in and the old
put iu better condition. Though they
did an Immense business last year,
yet the (list year's run was only a
starter for what will be done In the
near future in that Hue in this city.
The soil is here to produce the fruit
nd vegetables, and the money and
enterprise is not lacking to turn them
Into profits. Tho managers have al
ready let a number of contracts for
corn, peas, beans and tomatoes. The
raalu work of the cannery will bo
with fruit which can bo had without
contract. The contracts are only to
Induce farmers to plant certain crops
and secure them in finding u iriur
ket. The contracts are usually made
so that the canuery will take the
products at the market price. The
Balem cannery will be ono of 'the
test equipped of tho kind on the
roast when it is ready to start up
this year, whicli will bo some time
VESTiuuiiK Cars. Tho capital
city electric rail road company have
bought two of the celebrated Stock
ton Vestibule cars. One of the Sound
cities had four of these cars made
and found that tho travel would on
ly warrant the use of two of them
and the other two aro now standing
in tho shops in Stockton, California.
Some of the finest cars on tho coast
have come from those shops, The
cable and electric cars of Portland
were made in Stockton, as were the
Seattle and Lake Shore cars. The
cars will be in Salem in about a
month. They are not only hand
some cars, but have all the latest im
provements. Tho cars now used In
Salem are considered neat, but the
new ones will discount them by far
Rivek News. Several changes
will soon take place among the river
boats on the Upper Willamette. Tho
Manzanillo has been sold and will
go off the route. She will go back to
the Portland and Lewis river route.
Cpt. Jim Smith will take charge of
toe Modoc and continue on tho
WUIamette.wherehe basbeeu for the
fast seventeen years. Ho would feel
tot auywhere, except on this river.
bere Is not a land mark that ho
does not know. The steamer Toledo
will be put on tho upper river to run
Jn connection with tho Northwest.'
This will give the Willamette the
same number of boats she had before
tbeManzanlllo was sold. The Three
ts and Northwest will bf up
BaISSjifQ to AlUUVE. A few
worses bave already been brought to
"" lobe ready for tho bigdls-
P'V which will tuko place tomor-
ff' The city will be fuller of peo-
"CUQ this occasion than it has been
fDce 'he tato fair closed. The
t,merswin nil bo In the city to do
"Mr trading, which they have been
v'nSup for this day. The mer
, muu say fewer peo,,i0 jmvo been
otown from the countryaud neigh
i?rlB villages during this week,
nan usual. They attribute this fact
"je horse show Saturday, and tho
people artJ putting ofl'tlieir shopping
") Hint occasion.
uUfelinwT r-"" "
KUY V, liilimiuv.
ujjjjriTBB. Tho ooumilltee (
W W ?? aH ro,lon'' Qn- Dr. E.H.lden; For o.High, colds
Geo ii Yr' lt"T' V' "au Scy and ull bronchial nflViiliim 1 oon-
f-M. Wane. Mr. Udell wan by i Bovereimi remedy. J ,, ,"w?
vte of the iu.,.i , ." .;" . A ' me nulcker than irnj thin llint I
-VttB6ftt mrni.nni -
T. II. Alllaton, of Portlniul, was
appointed n notnry public today.
Tilliiraook county today sends
$775.10 ot iier statu taxes to
The attendance at the Highland
park quaker church meetings con
tinues. leaac Znrawnlt, a' pioneer of 1810,
died at his homo on tho Luclilti
mute, I'olk county, Saturday, March
21st, aged 70 years.
Cocoa she-lls make a delicious drink.
For sale by tho Great Enstereu Tea
Co., 317 Commercial street.
Glass tea sets four pieces only
50 cents. Glass tumblers, only 45
cents a dozen. Great Eastern Tea
Two o'clock tomorrow nfternoou,
Is the time set for tho parade of
lioises. The streets are muddy, but
that will not prevent the parade.
Immigrants are still coming to
Salem. Strangers aro seen on the
streets every day, who bear tho
habits of nu Easterner. Kausas
and Nebraska are sendlug their peo
ple to this coast by the hundreds.
(Jail and get a ono pound box of
French mixed randy with one dol
lar's worth of tea besides your usual
present. Great Eastern Tea Co., 317
The Swan ton entertntnmeut last
night was a decided success, and tho
increased number of seats taken for
tonight shows that It was duly ap
preciated. New program tonight.
Mis Kate Ladue has a severe at
tack of cold and cannot play at the
concert this evening. Her place will
probably be well supplied.
The Willamette river registers
ton fpi.t. above low water mark at
this city and is slowly rising
T-tvplvo feet is the highest it lias
registered during the past winter,
it lias been nt an excellent boating
f-tage since the middle of January
Messrs. Cut heart and Spencer, of
Clearfield county, Penn., aro in Sa
lein with a view to locating. The
first named gentleman sold 000 acres
of his land for $75 nn acre and is
turning hisattentiou to frultculture.
John McCarty, a pioneer of '47.
who settled near Perrydale, died on
tho Cowlilz, Washington, on a
recent date, and his remains were
brought to and buried at Bethel the
21th. He was93yeaisold.
Is it a fact the new ordinance for
Iiids farmers peddling vegetables in
tliis city without a license? Is it
right? The consumer and producer
should not be kept apart for the
benefit of the middleman
Mr. D. J. Cole, of Kansas, state
organizer of the alliauce, is in tho
city for a few days. He was the
guest of Mr. Tom Davidson Thurs
day uight, and will stay a few weeks
yet. He has organized alliances at
Marion, Whiteakcr aud Howell.
When two more aro organized, a
county alliance can bo formed.
On Tom Davidson's farm stands
an applo tree with a full crop of
several bushels of last fall's apples
on it. They have wintered in per
fect condition aud are now very good
eating. They still stick tight to the
tree aud our real estate men aro
taking Oregon tourists out to show
them how we keep winter apples.
Tho "Night Off," of this city, are
jirrancinir to cive an excursion to
to Albany in the near future.
will give their play and return to
Salem by moonlight. The trip will
be made on Saturday, the boat leav
ing here some time durine the after
noon nud return about midnight,
thus giving clerks nn opportunity
to rest on Sunday.
Mr. W. H. Cottlo has begun tear
ing down the barn on his lot, corner
Commercial und Union streets. Tho
limis-P now on that lot is to De
moved buck, Mr
residence moved onto its plnce, and
theu rumor hath it, the State Insur
ance compauy will put up four hand
some stores adjoining their present
block to the north.
W. T. Bineman, the grocer, on
State street was arrested for violating
the ordinance against using more
than the allotted space in sidewalk
,llumu8l",ra,u D'u .. "
diplny. The new ordinance allows
the merchants but. one .foot ..Seme of
mo merciiauiaui3ioi(Uii uuy..6"."
room than that. The arrest was
made for not complying with the
luw. He was fiued $10 aud costs,
nmouutlug to $12.45.
Hon. Sol Abrahams, of Roseburg,
is lu Salem today.
M. Goodman, of Gervais, la do'lig
bus! new In Salem today.
Sam S. Godsmith, of Portland, Is
registered at the "Willamette."
R. R. Hayes, chief clerk of tho
Jate legislature, is lu the oity. Ills
home is lu Tillamook county.
Mrs. M. N. Chapman, of Salem
and Mr. and Mrs. Geo Mack, of
Portland, huve been visiting nt Mrs.
Ellen Chapman's for beveral days.
Prof. M. V. Rork will lecture at
the court house In this city next
Sunday at 2:30 o'clock p. in. Hte
.... .... i.l 1)l..l,.umliv "
suliluct win ue,"aienii ii""rv
He should and doubtless
treled by a lurge auilieuce.
.WWd. Jhn Jaw worn-
For Bale by nil drugglBta.
ifirmriyri.. - - - n
The Maiicu Lily. Mr. Wallace
brings the JotrnNAii offico a bouquet
of tho March Illy. It is a handsome
white ilowcr that now thickly studs
the furrntu nml tillldilna ti,, iit-ii
..1C.I.V.E7. J.IIU Alii-
Hum Ovntlini." This la (linnntnn
given It by Prush. Wood calls it
tho "Trillium Grandlfiorlum,'' aud
Kellogg "Tllllcum Californlcum.''
Common namo blcthroot, Is tho
nearest we can correctly designate
this flower now. It grows In tho
Coast Itange in rich soil, from San
ta Cruz to British Columbia. After
being In bloom a few dayB it turns n
delicate pink, nud later a purple or
bright rose color. Mr. Wallace sug
gests that it bo choosen as the floral
emblem of Oregon, and it certaluly
deserves consideration nmoug the
other queens of the forest and Held.
It comes now as tho wild-flower em
blem of Easter. It posseses a delicate
cooling odor of myrrh
but is not solely ludigeuous to Ore
gon. If wo have not named It cor
rectly, will some botanist correct us.
Last Night's Tiieat. Those
who attended the entertainment last
night at the opera house had a real
treat. Miss Swautou is a fine reader
and is all that is claimed for her.
She has an attractive appearauce on
the stage and this with her articula
tion, gesture aud fine reading voice
makes her reading complete. What
has been said many times of tho
homo talent could be repeated.
They all acquitted themselves with
credit and are an honor to the city. It
is doubted If another city In Oregon
can show as brilliant home talent as
tho capital city. Salem is proud of
her artists. They appear at the Reed
again tonight. No one can afford
to miss this treat.
Military Contest. Next Mon
day evening the citizens of Portlaud
will witness the most important
event in the hlttory of the O. N. G.
Companies C nud I, flrst regiment,
will meet at tho armory in battle
array to settle the question of supe
riority as the most thoroughly
drilled company in the Northwest.
Company C is the youngest in tho
regiment, but the boysaiennibitious,
and are confident that Captain But
teriield is made of the right sort of
metnl to lead them to glory. Com
pany I already has a reputation
which it cannot afiord to Iofc. Each
company being confident of success,
will tend to make the contest a hard
and determined one.
Sthangie Caus. Two stiange
looking cars were seen at the South
ern Paclfio freight depot this morn
ing. One bore the name of the Bur
lington & Missouri Biver railroad
and the other the Kearney & Black
Hills road. These cars are getting
long ways from home. They are of
a somewhat diflerent style to any of
the others seeu here. They have air
brakes, iron roof, side doors uud also
find doors. One of them was sealed
and the other contained pine timber.
Shut Down. The Capital Lum
bering mills have shut down for the
past two weeks. The mills are re
ceiving some good repairs In the
menu time. If the river does not get
any higher the mills will very likely
be doing nothing for a large part of
the summer. Last year tho build
ing Interest of the city suffered for
the want of lumber. This will be
greatly remedied this year by tho two
yards which have been erected in
the city this spring.
Salem, Mar. 20, '91
J. R. Mvers & Co., resps. vs. The
Pacific Construction Co., npps.; np
penl from Benton county; argued
Volnev Hemenway, npp. vs. I.
' M. Francis, resp.; appeal from Lake
submitted without nrgu-
til 10 o'clock
Flood. T H Harbons. L H
' -n.,fhQr wnK-mnlcim. B J Smith.
J. ? y y
., ., p
M G fa ';. WpDjfne I oufs
Brifgs J Matlock ,F
Kuhn. Sam S Guldvwlth, Capt J W
Shauer and wife, P B Whitney, W
J Church, C F Belelan, Portlaud.
M Goodraau, Gervais,
Sol Abrahams, Roseburg.
R R Hayes, Jaa R C iloinan.Tillu'
E T Parsons, Chicago,
Louis Betz, St Paul.
J Crosby, J N Bentley, Portland.
E M Wharton, Columbia City.
J P Hahn, Sweet Home.
Geo Brlggs, John Leonard, S J
J M Housan, Newberg.
G A Cone, F Feller, IIuttevlHe.
8 II Catterlin, Salem.
Easter milliner's opening this
eveulng and Saturday, at Mrs. Wil
son's rooms, Commercial street.
Celebrated Arlington piano for
sale cheap by N. R. Goylord, 310
I m icv
Mnntee Brou., In pot ofllee block,
are making cabinet photos at 1100
iimmvuD.-The stove and tin
' store of Urr A I'etzel s re
moved from next door lo Jauu
Ilush'a bunk to 247 Commercial, two
dno nort of Rd corner ..rug
HI Hi"' Illll "1111
instruments Filed tor Record nt th
County Recorder's Jlffl.-
J H Bridges and wjfr to A
O Coudit, 5 acres hi t 7 s, r l
W H II Darby and Marthy
8 Held to L M 1 Indies, a part
of lot 44 in blk 09 in Salem.
G W WnttHiid wife and II
A Thomas and wit'j to. I II
Howell nud J W Howell, 20
acre In t 7 s, r.'l w.
J II Boork n u.l wKe tn
Win Phelps, lots 5 and 0 in
b'l; 4 In Dep'ttnd to SnHn.
Fred Koons and wife to .las
Monresaud wife, 2 acres lu t
0 s, r 1 w.
A Alpine to J 8 Alpine, q o
1 to estate of G C Alpine, de
ceased. J W Qiitnn and wire to II
D Waldo, 53 acres lu 1 4 s, r 1
Fred Koons to Chas H
Moores, J acre lu Silverton.
G W Watt and wife and H
A Thomas nnd wife to G E
Denton, 10 acres lu t 7 s, r 2
Same to Thos Landerbach,
5 acres In t 7 s, r 2 w.
batne to J H nnd .1 M
Howell, 20 ncres In in t s, r 3
w; q cd.
John Kearus nnd wife to J
T Kearus, lot 3 oud 4 in blk 3
Beuj Brown and wife to T
Bnrch, 40 acres in 1 5 s, r 1 w.
Chas Wilson nnd wife to J
S Alpine, a tract of land near
M L -Tones to S W Joues,
033 acres in 0 r 3 w.
J M Gross to Mary SGioss,
lot 1 in blk G Depot ad to Sa
lem. F Valentine and wife and
J Ritter and wife to W A
Shaw and W H Downing,
1C1J acres t 8 s, r 1 w.
G W Hollister and wife to
W E Thomas lot 0 in blk 2
G W Hollister aud aud wf
t J W Thomas, lot 6 in blk 2
Dan'l Neff to W E Thomns
to W E Thomas.lots 1. 2, 3, 4,
5, 0, 7 and 8 In blk 13 Stay ton
Asylum Dance. Abont Uventy
flve couples from tho city attended
the dance at the asylum last night.
From G to 8 o'clock, was given to
the patients. Tho floor was then
made ready, aud two hours were
given to the guests in having a very
Rags Wanted. Those having
soft rags around their housos will
find sale for them at tho state print
ing office. 3-27-2t
MORGAN. At the family homeou
Collage street, Friday morning
Match 27, 1891, at 3:18 a. m. Mat
tie daughter of Mr. and Mrs.C.M.
Morgan, aged 11 years 0 mouths
and 5 days.
She had been tick for two weeks
with la grippe. Her health had
not been good for several months.
Tho funeral will take place from tho
house, 187 Cottage street at 10 a. m.
Early Rose and Early Ohio seed
potatoes aud tho best garden seeds
at Clark & Eppley's, 100 Court
Fou Rent. Most desirable looms
for office or living purposes. En
quire at the Journal office.
tho uso of Hood's Saisaparllla. Severo
cases of scrofula, upon which oilier prep
arations have been powerless yield to tlio
peculiar curallvo powers of tills meUlclno.
Distressing cases of dyspepsia, excruciat
ing complaints ot tlio kidneys and liver,
agonizing itch rpgi .
and pain of salt frf SU ITS
rheum, disagree- H ti""
able cases ot catarrh, and aches and pains
of iheumatlsm, iiio cured by Hood's Sar-sr'-
rilla. It puilfies tlio blood, and at tlio
1 13 llnio tones tho Btomach, creates an
1 ..t t;t, and gives strength to every fune
1 m of the body. Glvo it a trial.
"i'or four years my witu suffered with
la; go tumor bunches on tlio glands under
tho arms, and general debility of tho w liolo
system. Sl.o becamo sc poor in health
that wo were- on tlio verge of despair
regarding her recovery. Physicians did
not bccni to understand lior casej at all
events slio never derived any benefit from
their treatment. 8ho finally concluded to
try Hood's Sarsaparilla. Tho Immediate
effect was so marked and satisfactory that
sho continued to tako It, and tills c tho
result: Slw las gilncd in weight
From Si to III Pounds
and U r'- 71- and In better health than
shclusL.'.. r years. The bunches under
lrr ar.j. h. u dlniiuu&d, aud wo bcllevo
Hood's S.ri.ri:i wlH Letoo much for
them in time." J. 4. Koncaoss 22a Com
mercial ft re a, Uoston, Mjss.
goMbydrii.'lati. Jl.iirforfS. I'repartdby
0. 1. HOOP 4 CO., Ajotnocarlw, Lowell, Malt.
IOO DQ5QS Ono Dollar
A bo of Kiench Candy with your Ten
OUR 40 CENT TEAS
Are uperior to those o!d by urocerlen at
50 cent. 'I ry them and be jourowu Judo
Direct, and In denllng with uyou save all
middlemen' profit. Vor u few duy
longer we will continue our
lib box of Kreneli Mixed fnndy given
free Mldamt nl0irenl in ornery ft"-
tl. Ulb box and two prsM-rvnUMtJH Willi
tt) oeiiu worth, oj t. Our Otl- are 6
cent pr pound le twn elevbere Coll
a irr ui.
317 Commercial Street,
40 Branches, -;- 40 Branchesi
Tho Worlil Enriched.
Tho facilities of the present day fot
die production of everything that will
conduce to the material welfare and
comfortof mankind are almost unlim
ited, aud when Syrup of Pigs was first
produced the world was enriched with
the only perfect laxative known, as it
is the only lcmcdy which is truly
pleasing and refreshing to the taste
and prompt mid effectual to cleanse
the system gently in the Spring-time
or, in fact, ct any time, and the better
it is kuowu the ir.orc popular it bp
The undersigned hns just received
a large stock of late styles of tho
P. Centemerl kid gloves the ouly
genuine In the city, and is the only
authorized ngout at Salem. Also
great, display of now spring millin
ery. Chas. Calvert,
274 Commercial St.
Grand Opening .
Easter hats and bonnets Friday
and Saturday at Calvert's. You aro
Newly made up suits from our
choicest goods, for men and boys,
are arriving every dny at tho Wool
en Mill store.
Both tho method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste, and acta
jantlyyot promptly on tho Kidneys,
uiver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys
cm effectually, dispels colds, head
tches and fevers and cures habitual
:oiistipation permanently. For Bale
n 50c and $1 bottles by all
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, OAl.
LOUISVILLE, M. NEVJ YORK. N.V,
Dealer in Groceries, Paints, Oils
iuhI Window Glass, Wall Pa
per and llordcr, Artists' Ma
terials, Lime, Hair. Nails and
Shingles, Hay. Feed and Fence
Posts, Grass Seeds, Eic,
MORGAN & MEADE,
Truck & Dray Line,
Good teams and
prompt work is our
Kuur flno Htalllons to bo Hold Boen.at tlio
lied barn, near depot.
1A.YES & VEUCMSlt,
REED'S OPERA HOUSE
Thursday nnd Fridny,
March 26 and 27
-First Appearunco of-
MISS ELLALEOTTA SWANTOK,
America's Peorlcss Klncutlonlst. Under
thejiusplcas oftho Y. l'.H. U K..or
the tiuptlst Church, auHUted by
Salem's Best Musical Talent,
Ilcfccrvcd scats without extra charge ut
Prout & Olle's Hlnto street,
Mortgagee's Sale of Chattels.
Notice Is hereby duly (Wen lhat under
und by vlrtuoofueertaln chattel mortKUKU
beurliiK duto .March 0th, IhUI, executed
aud delivered on said iluy by McKlnity
Mitchell to lvun It. Dawson, which mort
giute was duly tiled for record In the
oJllco ol tho recorder of conveyuuees of
Marlon county, Oregon, on March 7th,
1BUI, at ono o'clock n. in,, In which county
Iho property herclnalter described theu
whs uud still Is, und by riuson of tho do
fuult of suld McKlnley Mitchell In falllnt;
to pay on demand to suld lvun It. Duwkou
the sum of 857UI W. with Interest from
March 0th, Hill, at the rate nt ten percent,
per annum, and tlio further sum of
g2t,KM.b5 with luteront at said rata from
said duto secured by said mortiiKo und
due und wholly unpuldund by reason that
the conditions oi wild mortKuiie huvo be
come und uro broken by uilddefuulluiid
pursuunt to the terms of said morlusKO 1
will iniike forooloauro of said iikiiIihi.'c
and will on Saturday, the 'MlU duy of
Murch.A, U. IHUl.ut hulfpusteleveu In tho
forenoon nt tho store biilldlnj,' formerly
occupied by suld McKlnley Mitchell In
tho tuwiioftiprvuli.lii the oriuuty of Mo
rion, stuto ol Orei'on. sell ull the morU'UKt-d
chuttels in said mnrtguKe descrlbiMl us ull
the stock olgmenil merchundlsu beloiiK
Ine to said McKlnley Mitchell. conalstliiK
of hurdwure. hats und caps, dry und fur
rjlshlnKKOods, boot und shoes, erookory,
oils, olotlilUK, urocerles. wllloiv wire, una
Koods of ull bind, nuture or dexcriplkiu;
al.uulllhe store furniture und rlxturi In
the two story building and wurvhiHises
udluctnt thereto roouiTe4 ut tint dute of
nidi inortKK by the suld McKlnley
Mtlphell as a J.emrul store; uImjuII the
lurnitureand lUtureslii liullllnioooiled
by htniusu furiiluire store ou Jtt arid H
s reels, I j idldtowu, county nnd slate-, hImi
one hiirseund bUKty.to the highest biddur
furrushln hund tiisu'isfy the wttd mort
Kue.iind will apply the proceeds usdlr
(xited by the mid mortieuKe to the iiuymeut
of themin oft7UlJtuud the fur I her sum
oftt),WMK5, with Interest on twohofsald
sunn ut the rate of ten percent per an
num from Murch th, ItOX, and lo the
payment of all ohurgoi louehlnic said
mortxaged chat'els amountluv to the sum
of $ ani Uithepaymsntof couuel
Um as provided lor in sAld morlcago
HHtountiug to ten ir eeut. of the ptlnsv
pals and loteri-l ubov meuUoivxl. and
the surplus, If uoy there lie. I will render
and pay over lo the Mild MtKtnl y M ItehsJI
or Ut tils asklgns.
puted March Kth, 1WI.
IVAN II. UAWHOS, MortgHgire.
)ly rt M. CltOIHAN, Agent d3-lH
-.MffiaTl.-nTrt jMfttmi J C'l'.gi I'
All tlio Idlest imllcrnsnuddlmdcs lu
Satinos, Pal in or Seersuckers, Manchester and Cheviot
Suitings, Zephyr Cloths, Beige Novelties, and
A D&" Seo display In corner window.
jjTSpeelil bartjnlns lu ...
Fine, Heavy Plaid Spring Suitings 32 in. wide
25e a yd.. Handsome Cheviot Spring Suitings 14yds.
Howl quarters for low prices.
Within 5 years. Not less than 100 now houses nro going up now In
Snleni. The entire vn'ley will iiuvko nn unprecedented ouildlng growth.
Therefore we have Just laid in
1,000 Gallons Linseed Oil.
"We also carry the largest stock in this valley of
Paints, Glass, Brushes, Oils, Putty, Varnishes, Lime,
Cement, Plaster, Hair, Alabastino and Fire Brick.
-" EESTIIXED PAINTS IN THE MARKET
By Can or Barrei. Hay, Grain, Feed, Groceries, Crock
ery, Glass Ware.
GILBERT & PATTERSON.
FAllERS, LIVERYMEN ImbST7
When in Need of Harness, Saddles, Whips, Robes, etc.
You Avill find it to your advantage to call on mo be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as I have the LAltGEST RE
TAIL STO RE 1 N OREG ON. G outs' and Ladies' Sad
dles in most modern styles,
HEAD QUARTERS FOR HILL'S CONCORD HARNESS
Best made in the world. I "am sole Manufacturer's Agent
for Salem. NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD I
Buggy Harness as low as $5.60. "Wagon Harness ns
low as $13. This house is
was established by me in 18G9 and by long oxponenco 1
know the demands of the trado. You can't miss tho placo
at the sign of "Tho Big Dapplo Gray Horse."
Thanking my customers for their liberal patronago in
tho past. By square dealing,
Largest Stock of Trees in the Northwest
.&. JL.ft.JLl .11 IU JU'
100,000 Prune TrecH.
3-i,u00 1 loyal Ann Cherry.
10.000 Early Crawford Peach.
10,000 Moorpsirk and Royal Apricot
CATALOGUE PUBB. ADDRESS :
J H. SETTLEM1ER, Woodburn,
FRUIT: SHADE, ORNAMENTAL AND NUT TREES.
EVEKGREENS, VINES, SIMUIIS. HOSES. ETC.
At Low Prices.
Late Keeping Winter Apples a Specialty .
C'utuloguc untl PrlcoLlflt free.
fr T UwttheT?
Saali and Door Factory.;
Front', Street, Salem, Oregon.
Tho boHt clnas of work in our lino nt pricoa to compoto
with tho lowest. Only tho bost nmtorial used.
Tho uuricreigiiud is proparod to furniah buyers nil
kinds of farm lands at tho best rates. Also oity and sub
urban property. L. C. FISHER, 107 P. O. Blook.Snlom,
r jr i jr-.jF r st jr i
Mrt Nstloni.! luk
A T Amtkoko, Maoagrr W. J. BTiiKV, Prlndpil.
Business, Sbortan(ll Typewriting, Penmanship and English Departments.
Day and Emtio t BetUons. BtudtuU adtalttol any Uaie. CsUlotfU on appllcatluo.
-AN IMMENSE STOCK.
THE PUBLIC :
IS THE FIGURES SET FOR
0 POUNDS OF STRICTLY PURE
not of Mushroom growth, but
1 hope for a continuance of
E. S. .LAMPORT,
289 Commercial Street
rpTTr?T?.ir T?rvTTr?rmTe ArTT-.Trrvxra
VS KJ Jt-l -ft. .ft VJ J.ft.JLJUJ JLJ. JLJ Jl ?
35,000 Esopim Spltzunberg.
20,000 OrnvonstelH Applo.
20,000 Yellow Nowtown Plppcn
15,000 Ben Dnvto Apple.
Well Grown Siock of
AdilrcHS or call on WIRT IJR08.,
Olllco 202 Cornitifrclnl Htreot, Balem,
Ah C'lioap ns nny Limn dry 111
tlio Country Uwlnir AVliIto Ileln
und (loliiprdrut-oltuM work,
BiaJf-LndlcH and pntrons Invited
to Inspect our jroci'sn of doing
230 Liberty Street,
BuIklCog, llalsiu, Ortgod.
INSURE IN YOUR HOME COMPANY
"The State. "
Assessed nenrlylone-thlrdloi ajmilllon
QUO. M. BEELKB, City Agent,
Andnpcclnlmrcntfor Mar'on county. Ul
rica with 1 he Company.
$500 Reward I
WE will pay thenbovo reward for any
case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, slcfc
headache, Indigestion, constipation nr cos
tlvencsi we cannot cure wltw west's Vcg
eltabloLlqcr I'llts, when tho directions are
strlctle complied with. They are puMly
vcRCinbl, and never fall to glvo satufac
tloti. Sugar coated. Large boxes, contain.
Ing i pills, 23 cents. Ueware of counter
felts and intuitions. Tbo genuine manu
factured only by TUB JOllN O. WEST
Co. Chicago 111,
Sold by Uco. E. Good, Drncglst, 309 Com.
street, Salem Or.
FOREST GROVE POULTRY YARDS,
Founded m 11877.
1000 YOUNG. FOWLS FOR SALE
And tho flnest over .bredion the; Pacldo
Coast, Hook your, order early
Send Stamp for Catalogue.
Address J. M. GARRISON,
10:ll-dw Forest Grove, Oregon.
ill10 t UUIlflOUH
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
AND NOTARIES FDDUO.
Collections Atndo and loans Negotiated.
200 COMMBRCIAt STREET
D . C. S PI ERM A.N ,
U, B, Tension nnd Claim agent. P.O
lloxm Halem, Oregon. Deputy County
ClorV- Vrlto for blanks, w
GEO. C. WILL,
or Will llros., Albany nnd Corvallls.
Pianos, Organs anil Sewing Machines.
8EWINO macihne.1 nnd onaANa
At Your llomoa
Aeonts fot Northwest Insurnuco Co. Two
doors north of l'ost Ofllee, Hnlom,Or. Nee
dles uud now parts (brail Sowing Nachlucs
10 Acres for Rent.
A oholco tract only ono mllo from Balem
Terms llborul. Apply to
MRS. D. L. FIESTER.
Tho Largest Stock of
Of tho choicest styles. Tho latest styles
from Ban Francisco nnd tho cast, A. fine
lino of novelties. Ladles Invited to call
Inspect nnd compare prices.
J20 will buy tho ODKr.T. Tyik AVUitku
CahuOdkt.i., AVnrranted to do better work
than any muchlHO mude.
It combines simi'WCIty with l)uAim
ITY, HI'KKD, KA8K Ol Ol'KItATION, WCartt
louccr without cost of repairing thuu any
other machlno. lias no Ink ribbon to
bntlier tho onerntor. It is neat, substan
tial, nlckol pluted, perfect nnd adapted to
ull kinds of typo writing. Llka a printing
pross, It produces sharp, clean, legible
manuscript. Two or ten copies can bo
mado nt ono writing. Any Intelligent per
son can become an operator In two days.
WeoIlcrSIOCO to uuy oporator who can
equnl tho work of the 1ouiilb Cask
Hellablo Aeonts and salesmen wanted.
Bpeclul Inducement to dealers.
Kor pamphlet giving Indorsements. Ac.,
address ODKLL TVi'K WUITKU CO.,
85 and 87 5th Avo. Chicago, 111.
A pamphlet of Information andsb-
11mc101 inoiniri,iuuninKAiow ion
uoisin i'aieuta, i;htoaii. iTnaei
llant, Uoprrmi.u, ttnt Jrn..
, AdlrM MUNN . UU.
Boventy-nlno and ono-balf acres of land
8U miles from Hnlcm, VA from Independ.
ence; miles from steumboat laudlngj
of a mile from school house. House, burn,
smoke house, wood uud chicken house.
Kfty ncres lu cultivation; bulunce pusture;
four spring on tho place; line young or
churd, smull fruit, etc. Call at the place, or
address V.U weaver, Dencer, Marlon Co.,
0, C. BREWSTER,
Havi Grain, Mill Feed and Farm Produce.
T0HACC0, CIGARS AND STATIONERY.
Ol Court Street.
SAIylCM, - - ORKaOr.
ANK OK THK IftARQKHT KHTAHUHH
UmenU n the State. Lower rates than
I'ortluud. largest stock ijegul ilUuks In
the Htute, a-d bltgest discount. Send Ah
price list of Job pdullng, and catalogue ol
lege 1 blanks. , E. M. WAITK
Htoani lrlntr Halem Oregon.
If you wont tlio genuine P. Cm
teinerl Kid Ulove, call at Clvort't
who lo Btlll th plu nent wt Wm,