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GILBUaT & PATTERSON,
. in Groceries, Crockery,
Z ware, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
EL VVindowclass, Etc. Sole
ts for Epicure Tea and Big
Ca6n Baking Powder.
" LUCAb MARKKT.
Bbeat, nctOO cents per bu.
i i0B, Ivo; "'2 to "3 cul,ts per lb
I remember that the Ice cream and
. . owln nt Rfrfinrr'H Is not sur-
Lsed by anything in Salem.
ii,v cream ov. o
Good supply of fresh fruit.
WESTACOTT & IRWIN.
Thursday, May 28, Georgia Miti-
I Saturday, May 30, Social Session.
Monday, Juno 1, Carnngtou opera,
I Rose of Caetlle."
Tuesday, June 2, Jarbeau Comedy
Crackkus, Coffee and Beans.
Fishburn & Co., at the old Cox &
loggs1 store, have anticipated Dec-
ration Day with a patriotic wludow
lecoratiou that is decidedly novel.
In a ground work of white bwius
here aro worked in brown coffee
se insignia of the G. A. R., iuclud-
igthe shield hi red, white aud.bluo
;gar, bucked appropriately with
;ses of crackers. The Idea and
lecutiou aro good, and deserve
than passing mention. Two
id field-pieces, with pyramid
fbia on either side; 1801-1891 on
liter side; a canteen slung on eith-
icorner; tho whole wiudow draped
lith the stars and stripes. This piece
show window work has never
wi surpassed in Salem, aud is the
in of diaries Cosper, tho gentli-
isuly clerk of this bouse.
Spraouk's SocrAii Session Com-
-Will give one of their unique
irtotmances at tho opera house on
ml BaUirday night, the 80th.
iliout exception, this is the best
ce-comedy company that has ap-
;ared in S.ilem this season, and
ery member Is an artist of merit.
:emusic is catchy, songs new, and
tie are no waits. The company
-mbers twenty people, but they
ie a moro nleaslng prtormatico
DBomu who advertise a more ex-
miveonp. Their unequalled Black
taar band will parade at 12 in.
IW. It. C. Notice- All persons
Iffllrlug to aid in tho beautiful
iemntial custom by donating
iwersare lequested to send them
PtbeG. A. R. hall rinturdoy, May
i during tho foienoon. The
flies of Sedgwick Relief Corps will
spare a freo luuoh for the veterans
atheir return from the cemetery.
Wluslvely for the members of
rfgwick post and their visiting
Imrades) to which they are cordially
Ned. Each member of the Corps
hereby notified to bring a cake
f the hall early Saturday moiulng.
l Fine Pikoij 1f Woiuc.-Cnpt.
I ". aiariin una maue a icvei
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1'u.uis un inceulus device, auu
U.l . .... .
ja be i of great benefit to median-,
"perfected. It consists of a dial
uegrees with a needle naianctu
'Pivot, which is set In a walnut
two feet long. Thus it can bo,
aa plumb or level, and Is tho,
108t convenient oontrlvauce ill the,
IrnpU ,. . . . . . i
I"1U II1P rl.l..I I.. .-. .. .n,.f MSWI
for obtaining any desired
Mr. Mn i-il n thinkn of ner-
"D8lt with a fractional orVer-
Wa'eaud then nrmlvlnir for a
Athena Flouiuno Mili Arti-
'Mlncorporatou have been Hied
& tile tpnrotnn. f ..,( f.i Mm
fwa Flnurlnrr Co.. of Athena.
0ai with a canltal stoak of
" tue following belli e the In-
eraurs: T. J. Kirk, U. A.
Mt. R. W TT..1II T T T l.,l..
"fDeitand .T. FT. Hitnmun.
, IJ New K-mnir -ir..o.nl.l.lr in
1 'n u first class store of dry
1 luch as luces, lace curtains,
i "wiles' muslins underwear,
i Valises and cnnl'sfiirnlnliirtT
ulJ H. Lunn'a. Balem.
AND fimva l?in (..
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u. urWn huts in nl! shnnB
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, -v goous arriving tn-i
CLMr8 Flester'a, opposite ,
ew cumin nrrlvlnir trl
"7 IAY28 IS'll
JHY STEAM Kit KLWU0I).
Her Trial Trip in Portland n Succfm-
mviu-il liy Marlon County
Tho new steamer Elwood, which
was built In Portland by Johnston
& Okwin for Eldrhlge and Aber
nathy Bros., of Chnmpoeg, Marion
county, made her trial trip in Port
land Wednesday afternoon. She
left tho Portland & Willamette
Valley wharf shortly after four
o'clock aud steamed a few iiiIIib
down the river with a number of
Salem guests on board, wnom tho
owners had Invited to go with them.
Among tho number were representa
tives of both thoSulein papers. The
trip proved all the builders-and
owners could desire. She makes a
Hno nppunrunco on the water und
has good speed. Tho machinery,
which is of tho latest pattern and
stylo worked admirably aud will
drlvo the craft through tho water at
u ratu excelled by few steamers on
the upper Willamette.
The boat which Is a nice model Is
155 feet in length, with a beam of 30
feet and a bold live feet. She will
draw 10 Inches of waterl without a
loud but under heavy load will draw
four feet. Tho registered tonnage
Is 420 tons. With 100 tons of freight
this craft will draw only about 25 or
20 inches of water. Thoenglnes aro
eight inch bore with a six foot
stroke, anil are tho Poppet, valvo en
gine, made by tho Dubuque, Iowa,
iron works. The boiler has 180
11-foot 2-inch tubes and lias a capac
ity of 100 pouuds of steam. The
bout hns double decks with fore and
aft cabins auu six state rooms. Tho
pilot house is above and is large and
In additiou to the usual rpeaking
tubes and bell connections with the
enirlno room this boat has electric
bells. She also has n fog bell on the
upper fore deck. The cabins are
large aud nicely fitted and arranged.
With a special license bhe will be
allowed to curry 250 passengers.
This will give tho people of Salem
an opportunity to have excursions
without paying enormous prices for
a boat. Tho business men will have
a chance to patronize home iudustry
and at tho same time profit by It,
as tills boat will make an eflorl to
inn all the year.
She left the Kellogg dock at six
o'clock this morning aud is expected
to arrive In this city touifibt and
will load freight for Portland. The
boat was built by Johnston & Ole
hon, of Poitland, aud the work ha
been the best aud only choice mate
rial has been used. In all the boat
is a fine one aud Salem will be her
THE INDIAN WAR VETERANS.
UeniiPtto Camp Hold Their Annual
Meeting and Elect Olllcers-
Binuett Encampment of Indian
War Veterans held a meeting at tho
court house this morning, aud elect
ed the following olllcers for the en
Captain, E. J. Chambeis.
First Liout., Wm. Waldo.
Second Lieut., John Savage, Sr.
Orderly Sergt, E. H. Piper.
Com. Sergt. T. C. Shaw.
Color Bearer, T. B. Wait.
Musician, Cutis. Calvert.
Cupt. of the Guard, Wm. Town-i-pnd.
The following delegates to the
grand council to be held at Portland
Juno 15lh, were elected;
J. G. Wright and Unas. Calvert.
A motion prevailed to have all
other members attend the grand
council who possibly could get
away. A good time Is expected,
and many of the Salem members
will bo present.
Devoured by Cuickets. J. C.
Luckey, Indian agent at Warm
Spriugs was in town the first of the
week, aud reported that the crickets
had destroyed nearly all the crops
and gardens on tho reservation, and
had also eaten most of the grasi on
the rauge. They made their first
annearauco on the reservation about
(he middle of last week, coming
from the northeaRt, and arrived at
the agency Sunday morning. From
the ageucy the crickets are traveling
I west into the Cascade mountains,
where they will probably be frozen
to death. The army of crickets Is
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, ., .. ,m mp
fca,(, lh,8 rni(J m(lo by UlD
, ke,8 wU enve the Indians wlth-
rvBinns for the next year,
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' .,., u.m If tliev have to
,b ,..... . mannrpes for nro-
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V SlOliS. WUiH.TiJW'Kn
To the AsYi.usr. W. A. Meeker,
sheriff of Columbia county, brought
up James Freeman nn Insane man
today. Lust night W. H. Samson and
guard came up from uregou v..
with a. crazy man wnosu i.u." -.
Yokem, cominilted from Clackamas
Bros. & Hutchinson will be
prepared to furnish their patrous
with the celebrated new process
arlstotype, the fluent thing yet pre
sented In photography. Cull and
see samples. 5 3t
S V AllSonsofVetcransshould
remember and attend the regular
meeting Thursday evening this
BARLEY Oop.-The berttad
all kinds f ? ock just ceedM
,., -1.. cr..t variety and at
uiru 1 r .,:
low prices at Wm. Bargeut fc
GiiAND OniA.-Mnie. Abblo
Cnrrngton's, which appears at the
Heed opera house next Monday
evening, previous to their pngage
inniit at the Mnrquiim Grand at
1 ortlaud, is the finest on the rond,
and as seats are going rapidly, will
without a doubt play to a well-flllcd
housoaud a refined audience, as
Salem does not often have tho op
portunlty of having a company of
their nullity visit tho city. Speak
ing of Abblo Currlngtou, tho prima
donua, Maurice Strakosch, of tho
Strakosch-Hess Grand English
Opera company, says: "The unpur
alelled success which attended her
performances throughout my entire
season of lust year (18S0-81) led to
her re-engagement by me long be
fore tho season terminated, to sing
alternate nights with Mmo. Etbekel
Gcrster, thereby placing her lu a
position of great criticism and com
parison, with one of the woild's
greatest slugers, that slio closed the
season with the unanimous verdict
of both press uud public, of having
equally divided the honors with
this famous foreign artiste." Our
theatre-going citizens shouid show
their appreciation of having first
class companies like the above visit
the city by attending tho perform
ance.as such Inducements will bring
others, such as visit the Muiqtium
Grand at Portland.
Sedgwick Post Ditappointed.
Senator Dolph, before leaving
Washington lor Oregon, visited the
war department aud endeavored to
obtain a field piece for Sedgwick
Post G. A. R., of Salem, but was
Informed that there were no pieces
available for that purpose, nor in
fact was It possible to fulfill all the
demands made by the National
guard and military schools for this
SunrmsE. Master Benny Brooks
was pleasantly surprised last night
by a party of young fiiends who,
welLladeu with good things, repaired
to his home to help him celebrate
the 12th auniveisary of his natal
day. After spending a very pleas
ant evening in games und partaking
of the plentiful repast prepaied for
the occasion, his young fiiends de
parted. State Convention of S. O. V.
Ou Thursday and Friday evenings,
June 4th and 5th the state conven
tion of the Sons of Veteruns take
place. There will be au attendance
of about fifty delegates it is thought.
On Thursday evening a reception
will be given by the Sumpter Camp
No. 10 of this city to the visiting
delegates. A good time is antici
pated. Let Salem do her prettiest
for the visiting delegates.
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Only. Only the choicest fresh
vegetables received daily at Farrar
&Co.'s grocery store.
WAS NOT A RAWHIDE.
Tiie Facts in llio Case of Corporal
Punishment Administired to
The statement published that a
rawhide had been used in our pub
lic schools, caused a great deal of
comment among Salem people this
morning. To ascertain tho other
side In the matter an investigation
was begun immediately by the
JouunaIi, with a view to ascertain
ing whether a rawhide had beeu
used ou the boy.
NO RAWHIDES USED.
A reporter saw Mrs. Grubbe aud
Miss Victor and leurne! the follow
There aro do rawhides kept In any
of tho school rooms aud none wero
used. Tho whipping was done with
a light switch. The punishmcut
was not for whispering but lor wil
ful disobedience aud impudence,
both to the teacher and to Superin
tendent Grubbe. Tho punishment
was administered In Mrs. Grubbe's
room, In the presence of Miss Victor.
The teachers represent that the boy
has beeu defiant and Insubmlsslve
for some time. The boy attended
this morning and took away his
books. Ho was very mildly pun
ished and reprimanded a nnmber of
times, and has been considered diffi
cult to get along with.
Said Mrs. Grubbe:
"The switch was a hazel switch
a good switch to whip with. I have
no doubt it left marks. Tho caso
was a bad one but had to bo dealt
with. The switches had beeu kept
standing there in my paper basket
for some time, and hud become very
dry and brittle and there ure pieces
lying on tho floor here as It broke
verv easily." The superintendent
iw.io filimvpd the renortcr scraps of
hael on tho carpet. Miss Victor
declined to make any statement.
Tho World EnrUilioiI.
The facilities of the present day for
die production of everything that will
conduce to the material welfare and
comfort of mankind ore almost unlim
ited, and hen Syrup of Figs was first
produced the world was enriched with
the only perfect laxathc known, as it
is the only remedy which is truly
pleasing and refreshing to the taste
and prompt and effectual to cleanse
the system gently in the Spring-time
or, in fact, at any time, and the better
it is known the more popular it be
come. For 8ale.-Two good mares we I
broken fpr all work. Both with foal,
Innuirek J. M. Tayne, State street.
ken mr an woi
A liP'lot of tUO latest Iioweru jum.
Tuftved atCbaft Calvert's millinery
JK5-. fi 27 2t .
Beautiful flower baskets for a asug
at Wro. Sargent. o-tsi
There will be a colt show at Cor.
valllf", 8aturday, June 13tu.
MEMOUIAIj DAY. -
The Program to Im Carried (littuS,r'i
vices lit the. Oemetiiy llic Unfil
Preparations aro active for the
proper observance of Decoration
day. The committee wholmvethc
program lu charge will meet tonight
to arrange fuither particulars. The
committee consists of Comrades
James Batchellor, T. C. Smith, R.
A. CroxMiii and Mr. Sandorson who
have arranged the following program
which will probably be carried out
with but few changes. At half
past one o'clock the procession will
form on Commercial street in front
of tho G. A. It. hall In the State
The Turner band will lead the
procession. A battalion of the Ore
gon National Guard will come next.
Companies B aud H of this city, E
of Hubbard, A of Whlteaker and I
of Macleay are expected to bo pres-
eut. The drum corps will follow
the National guard which will be
followed by tho principal feature of
the parade, the Grand Army of the
Republic which consists of over
two hundred veteiaus.
The Sons of Veterans will have
their place in the procession Imme
diately following tho G. A. R. It Is
expected that the students of Har
rison Institute with their baud will
also parade. They If present will
follow the S. O. V. Tho Woman's
Relief Corps in carriages aud various
secret organizations will bring up
tho rear. Tho processlou will start
at 1:30 p. m. sharp. Everything will
probably move smoothly as Comrade
Gideon Stoltz is marshal of the day.
AT THE CEMETERY.
For some time workmen have
been busy at the "Silent City" get
ting it Inro presentable condition for
Decoration day, aud it now presents
a very neat appearance. The first
on the order of exercises will be the
leading of the ritual. The W. R. d
who have the collection of flowers in
charge, will see that each of the old
veterans has a bouquet. The veter-
uus will then march past ihegiaves
of those who have gone to the final
muster and as they pass deposit the
flowers at the same time-announcing
that they are deposited on behalf of
the company aud legiment of which
they were members.
AT TIIE CHURCH.
There will be appropriate exercises
at the Congregational church. The
address of the evening will be deliv
ered by Hon. H. H. Norlhup, of
Portland. Miss Scrlber will give a
recitation and Mr. Ross a solo. A
quartet of the Polyhymnia club will
render a selection as will also the
For Sale, A Pacific incubator
and brooder, at J. C. Brown & Co.'s,
Salem. eod & w lw
UOSP13 R-CLAGGETT. In this
city, May 27, 1831, Mr. Charles C.
Cosper and Miss Anno M. (Mag
.The above ovent took place at the
residence of Mr. Charles Claggett,
the bride's grandfather, at 8 o'clock
last evening. The marriage cere
mony was performed by Rev. F. H.
Gwynue, of tho Presbyterian church,
in the pretence of relatives and a
few intimate friendH of the happy
The parlors were beautifully deco
rated with the choicest roses, while
the bride wore a white nun's veiling
dress, which setoff to perfection her
natural charms. The smiling faces
of tne assembled friends, with tho
young couple standing there taking
ijpon themselves the solemn vows
made a very pretty and Impressive
scene. JSilss uiaggeu is wen kuowu
and universally esteemed lu Salem.
Mr. Cosper is one of our busiuess
young men who has won the respect
of all. He Is with tne mm oi iisu
burn & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Cosper were tho
recipients of numerous presents.
After the ceremony all repaired to
the residence of Mrs. A. B. Cosper,
where a wedding supper had been
prepared. The Mandolin club of
which Mr. Cosper is a member, had
plunned a pleasant surprise by going
to the liouso and rendering a few
of their choice selections.
They will reside at tho ucwly
orected resideuce of Mr. Cosper on
Marlon street, which will be com
pleted lu a few weeks. The Jour
nal jolus Willi uieir iuiuuuu
friends in congratulations.
Lae-ies. See that new lot of leg
horn flats Just received at Chas.
Calvert's millinery emporium.
5 27 2t
For the celebrated French Ice Cream
Soda. Tho moat popular drink of
tho Beason on the coat. It can
had only at
Jones & Bo
Mrx. AmiM Strong is homo from
D. H. Johnson, of Mehaina, is In
the city today on business.
Miss Ella Drake of Sllvertou Is
visiting friends in this city.
Crockery and glass waro at prices
below pur at the cash grocery, 303
Mre. Jessie Llugren, of Albany,
came up today to Salem where slaw-ill
visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Lee for a few days.
S. W. Wulker who bus been sur
veylng lu tho vicinity of Salem for
the past fow days, went to Portland
W. M Renuio was taken violently
ill last night and a doctor summon
ed. Ho suffered considerably during
tho night but is much better today.
Prof. Edward Grimm, formerly of
the Agricultural dbliege of Corvallls
was a passenger for Hubbard this
afternoon. Ho will visit his biothei
at that place.
Fred Porter of tho Salem baseball
nine, Is somewhat under the weath
er, but the boys hope ho may Lo
able to accompany them to Portland
Thero seems to be considerable
activity In building lu North Salem,
Mr. Hanson is having a neat little
cottage erected near tho Friend's
church in Highland, and will soon
move Into it.
H. M. Brausou, of the "cash gro
cery store," has just put on an ele
gant new delivery outfit, aud pro
poses to lead tho procession lu that
branch of his business. See him at
303 Commercial street.
Sheriff Croisan will go up to Al
bany tonight and bring down the
Stayton store-breaker. The mar
shal at Albany is holdiug him, try
ing to make out a caso against him
lu Linn county, as he is thought to
be the one who broke into tho store
Elder Hutch went down to Port
land this afternoon. He goes to see
his sou, Senator Hatch, oil for Alaska.
Senator E. T. Hatch bus leased his
farm, near McCoy, and will hero
after be a resideut of that much
visited aud much written of terri
toryAlaska. Ho has been appoint
ed collector of customs for Sitka.
His salary being $2500 per year, with
enough fees to make it $5000. Tho
residents of Alaska aro to ho con
gratulated upon getting so good a
citizen as Mr. Hatch.
IT IS LANDLORD STRONG.
A Salcmito Takes Cliargo of dear-
hart Park Seaside Resort,
Mr. Amos Strong, Salem's well,
known restauranteur, has leased the
Clatsop Beach summer resort hotel,
known ns the Gearhart Park house.
He is already In possession and will
manage the largo establishment
during the season. Mr. Strong has
an option on .the property of this
beautiful 850 acre Park by tho sea,
that Is only 40 minutes by rail south
If you want sewer work done at
living prices consult J. A. Bar
nardl's. under Steiner& Blosser.
Dealer in Groceries, Paints, Oils
and Window Glass, Wall Pa
per and Border, Artists' Ma
terials, Lime, Hair. Nails and
Shingles, Hay, Feed and Fence
Posts. Grass Seeds, E,
20 acres of laud, nil fenced, two miles
east of Hulera on the Garden ltnad, will be
sold In flvo acre lots Ifdcalred Ten ucrfa In
orchard, Irpm one to three ycnrsold.WOItal
laumuuea.chcrrles.penn), peaches, plums
una apples, two acres of yountfBtrnwborrys
and nil kinds of small fruits. A nice, new
cottniseof fl e rooms, well finished, Darn,
woodhouse, everything new. Addreks Ha
lem or cull on J. W. LYON. 51M lru
REED'S OPERA HOUSE
JUST ONE NIGHT,
Saturday Evening;, May JJO.
In tbe Funniest of Farce Comedies
A SOCIAL SESSION
LAUGHING PURPOSES ONLY!
Accompuuled by the Famous
BLACK HUSSAR BAND
'Ihe Hepresentallve Traveling llund of
America. And ilucullltent
Star Orchestra !
Our grand band parade occur from the
rill. ...if.. .a lin.nl nt W nM.ttlr uliniri
Willamette hotel at Vi q'lock sharp.
s on sqieai ration .
REED'S OPERA HOUSE,
Monday, Juno 1st, 1891.
uirnwT AD TIIU
mum ur hid erw:
Grand Opera Co,
In Itulfe'k Komantlc Opera, In three acts,
"ROSE OE CASTILE,"
Iteservcd eat oo kale at Dearborn's book
To Lon on Real EiUto Security,
Aeenrr l'aclflo HUUt Bivlnys, Ixwm 4
FEAR & HAMILTON,
SAI.KM. - - OrfKo.
PEE DAYS' SPECIAL SALE.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
MAY 28-20-30-Wo Will OllVr
7 Pieces, fine, all wool, French Flannel In fancy colors, suDablo for
Blouses, Wrappers and seaside dresses, at 00 cents a yard.
300 Fine, Silk Parasols, blank and colors at reduced rates, for three days
only ?1.50 parasol for $1 2.') $4 60 parasol for $4, and so on through
the lot. These are all silk and warranted fast colors and iro the best
value for tho money ever shown In Salem. Como nnd bee our display
CAPITOL ADVENTURE CO.,
. Cv Opera. House Block.
Damaged Kid Gloves, 25 cents per pair.
Old Undertakers of 18 years oxperiencehaye, through
much difficulty, secured a stock of Undertaking1 supplies
out side the Undertaking trust and aro now prepared to
furnish funeral outfits in a first-class manner and can make
you prices independent of any trust, Special attention
given to embalming.
Undertaker's rooms fitted up speciallyjfor the business
LIVEItY, FEED AND SALE STABLES.
l it in siook icit in my caio snail receive tne uest
U'OIll' of attention. Telephone No. 24. Cor. Liberty
' I ' and Ferry streets, Salem, Oregon,
SNOW TFIE YEAR ROUND
At 100 Chemeketa Street.
HOUSE - and - SlON - PAINTING,
Paper Hanging, Kalsomining,
Natural Wood Finish. Ouly First-class
Paper Hanging, Kalsomining,
CHURCHILL & BURROUHGS.
Tinners, Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
Estimates on nil work In our lino.
Churchill Sash, Door & Manufacturing Co.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds & Mouldings, Turning & Scroll Sawing.
House Finishing made ,to order.
Now DIIY 1UI.N, by which we can always keep a full supply of seasoned stock of all
kinds. Agricultural Works, Corner of Trado and High streets, Salem, Oregon.
SANTIAM LUMBERING COMPANY,
OV MILL OITY,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles and Building material. Yard east of Depot,
Salem. Wo manufacture all our own stook, and aro prerarcd to 1111 any
order on tho shortest notice.
4:l7-lm-dw THOMAS SIMS, Superintendent.
.1. O. OOODAtiE, Couurg,
GOODALE & WHEELER,
Lumber, Latin. Pickets !
MOULDING, SHINGLES, &c.
Agents for Coburg Mills, Hprlnclltld Mills and McKenzlo Mill, Olllco and Yard on tho
west side of Twelfth tttrcet ncur depot, Uest Lumber In the Vulley.
4 2 N. N. MATTHEWS, Manager, Balem.
Buy a lot In
Unless you want to build
YEW PARK IS IN TIIE CITY.
Tho city water mains aro laid
through It. It U ho near the Depot,
University, Postofllco and busluces
portion of the city that His not nec
essary to ride, although tho street
cars run through It and leavo every
twenty minutes for Commercial
street. North nnd East Salem. YOU
can't SPECULATE IN YEW
PARK PKOPEBTY-tho proprie
tors will attend to that; but you
can buy u better homo site there
than in any other portion of the city
for tho samo money. You will have
no dust in Summer aud no mud in
winter. IU perfect drainage Insures
Its healthfulness. Tho lots aro largo
und many of them beautifully shad
ed with yew, fir, ash and oak, Ifyou
want to buy blocks of lots on specula
tion, and let them Ho unimproved
nnd let adjoining property mako
them valuable, don't patronize Yew
It IsnotBuilt ThatWay
Ifyou want to speculato on op
tions or blocks of eight or ten lots,
go out In the country. NOHTII,
couth, kabt or WK3T, or to tho sub
urbs of Portland, Astoria or on the
Hound, and invest Inu paper town,
or, what Is better, buy a tioket In
the Louisiana lottery, but keep
away from Yew Park.
Lota sold at low prices on Jong
time and easy terms to home seek
B. K. HALL,
LeaveorderittUlobfc Ileal KU(eKchange
A, Y, 1ILA
Home palutlng and paper banging.
Good material and ttnKhuu work U my
object. Leave order on Ule, at Farrnr
Highest price for wool.
Wall Tinting, etc. Varnishlug and
IOO Ohomekota Street,
A. WHKEIiKlt, Sprlugfleld.
Henrietta, Serge, Drape d' Alma,
Camel's Hair, Home Spun; all
Coin Spot, Bongallno.SIlk Warp,
Henriettas, French Novelties.
Surrahs, Hwlval, India Faille,
TalIeta,Hlaok Grenadine, Stripes
Normandles, French Zephyrs,
Brooliu Zephyr, Toilet du Nord,
Seersuckers, Scotch Olugliams.
A New lino of trimmings
Call aud examine our new slock
ol dry goods.
J. J. DALRYHPLE k CO,,
Bush's new brick, corner Court
and Commercial streets.
Jas. Batchelor, Prop'r.
Warm Meat at All Hours ol lie Day
Nonn but white labor fmployed In tbU
A good substantial meal ox Iced In flnt
cknuktyU Twenty-Ova cent pr meal
Court i trwt, bttween Journal Ortloe and
Flro apd Marino.
U. W. IIEELKIt, Agent, Bnlcm, Orcnon
J. H. HAAS,
215 Commercial St., Salem, Oregon,
(Next door to Klcln'fl.)
Btwcliirtv of Stipctii(1M. nnd roniLlrlni-
Clocks. Watches and Jewelry.
MORGAN & MEADE,
Truck & Dray Line.
Uood teams and nromnt work Is our
$1 WILL BUY A LOT
Ol eoodsat our store! We carry a full line
of groceries, feed, crockery, glassware, ci
gars, tobacco and confectionery.
No. 220 Commercial St., Balem
E. C. CROSS,
Btato BU an Court St. The best meats
dollvered to all parts of tho city.
Itnlcs, $2.50 to $5.00 per Bay.
The best hotel between Portland andBan
Francisco. Firsts-class In all Us appoint
ments. Its tables aro served with tho
Grown In tho Willamette. Valley.
A. I, WAGNER, Prop.
GEO. C. WILL,
of Will llros., Albany and Corvallls.
Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines.
SKWiNOMACiiiNia and okoaks
REPAIRED AND CLEANED
At Your Homes
Agents fot Northwest Instirauco Co. Two
doors north of Post Olllco, Halcm, Or. Nee
dles aud now parts for all NewlngNachlnes
U, 8. Pension aud Claim agent, P. O
Box asl. Halem, Oregon. Uoputy County
Clor)' Vrlto for blanks, w
INSURE IN YOUR HOME COMPANY
Asscsscdncarlylono-tlilrdlot a million
OKO. M. BEF.LKH, City Agent,
And special (jront for Mar'ou oounty. Ul
Men wnii he Company.
liar None, tho oyolono ot Nebraska, Is a
dark bay,6years old, white hind foot, nnd
star In forehead, ltred by Thos. Hmlth, ot
York Co. Nebraska, wcliiht 1700 pounds,
sired by Wult-Foixloo. (No. 10.J0.) OldJoo
was sired by Heal Exchange, ho by tho
famous Prlnco of Wales. D.unwas lopsy,
tho ruinous brood maro, a grand daughter
of Louis Napoleon. No. (103.) Reason Sit',
InsurnnceSlS. Will stand tho season at
Council farm Just west of North Baloiu
brick yard, near fair ground. Owned by
It. Kyun. 4-13-tt dw
The New Blacksmiths
Successors to John Holm, cor. Commer
cial and Chemekotn streets, Balem. Hone
ghoolni; a specialty. 4 0M
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Crockory, Gla-8wuro, Lamps, Wooden
und Willow waro. All kinds of mill feed.
Also vciretablcsaad fruits in their season.
"Highest Price paid for country produce."
Wo solicit a share of your patronage,
IM) ha Btato street
BROOKS k LEGG
100 BtateBtreet, Patton's Block, Balem, Or.
Hpeclat attention t'lvou to careful cm
pouudlni;. w. e. McAfee,
Light Roadster Safely, Ladies Safely,
Kxncrt, Tandem Bafoty, Volunteer, Bcml
Iloudstcr, Light Hoadster, lUitlonal.
4 4 It SKHCom.lL.Hutem
Bicycles sold on the Installment plan. I
llegulnr Quarterly Teachers'
yrOTIUlJ U hereby given that the noxt
r rcKulur quarterly examination oiup
licunts for touchors' certificates will bo
held In tho court house, Hulom, Orrtton,
commencing ut 12 o'clock in., sharp, Muy
27, 1HUI, All applicants mint ba present ul
tho opening csilon. 1). W. VOUKlt.
county, Oregon. 6:11 dw
Tho Overland Route,
On Halo to
Oniak, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST, PAUL, ST. LOUIS,
And all Points
EAST, NORTH AND SOUTH,
Ui Court street, Balem, Onon,BOJNl
A UAUICKH, Agent.