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WASHINGTON, Juno 15. A Idler
'baa Oeen received by Commander
Shepherd, of llic revenue marine
service, from Lletiteuunt Ilenderpon,
of. Ilio cutter Rear, tinted Juneau,
Akteka, June 1. Tt n as received at
Washington Juue 11, 1 ho beet timo
on record. JLlcutcunnt Henderson
records (ho departure of Lieutenant
Bchwatka and Dr. JIayes on their
exploring expedition Into the Interi
or of Alaska, alining intercuts are
reported dull, i xcepl tho Treadwell
mill, oh Douglas Island, which is
Bald to bo producing 700 tons dally.
A SOUTHFJIN LYNCHING.
BjusTOli, Tenn,, Juno 14. This
city Is Intensely excited over a
lynehint: that occurred hero at 1
o'clock yesterday afternoon. A
horrlblo outrage was committed on
the person of Mrs. John Wurron
last Sunday morning. Tuesday Rob
Clark, a young colored man, was
arrested on suspicion. After an ex
aroluation yesterday, in which the
evldeuco was damaging, bo was
bound over and sent bncic to jail.
Iu an hour, hundreds of people sur
rounded tho jail. Piomlnent men
of the city spoke, lugging tho ex
cited people to disperso and let the
law take Us course, but they were
hissed down. Finally one man
obtained nn ax and told the crowd
to follow. In an iustaut tho jail
door was broken down and Clark
dragged out Ho was carried to
Llndsey'a grove, a mile from town,
and banged from a limb of tho firsi
tree. While the lynching was golnp
on thorocamo near being another
A negro said if the men of his coloi
stuck together, Clark would not
have been lynched. Itnmedlatelj
revolvers wero drawn and It was
with dlillculty the crowd was pre
vented from lynching him.
JIIUSCH'S COLONIZATION BCHKMK
AsHEViiiLE, N. C, Juno 15. The
colonization scheme Inaugurated by
tho agents of Rarou Hirsch Is as
suming proportions much larger
than nt first thought. Rabbi Wes
sler, ono of the representatives, le
negotiating for 8000 acres of laud
near Lenoir, 4000 acre : near Greens
boro, and 12,000 near Littleton, this
state. Fifty thousand expelled Rus
sian Jews, it is said, will bo brought
to this state very soon. Tho agent
are negotiating for tho purchase of
tho Hickory Inn at Hickory, N. C ,
which town is to bo mado a sort of
trading headquarters for tho colony,
near Lenoir. Forty thousand dot
lars is tho sum offered tho proprietor
of the Inn for his property. The
Immigrants aro expected to arrivo In
CHICAGO'S mo stkiki:.
CiticAao, Juno 15. In addition to
lr00 architectural iron workers an
nounced to go on a strike today 700
metal workers are attempting to
secure an eight-hour day and an iu
croaso In wages.
QUIET DAY IN TACOMA.
Tacoma, Juno 16. Tho Anti
(Sunday Saloon Association succeed
ed in closing all tho saloons yester
day. The saloon men, to retaliate,
closed somn restaurants and all fruit
aud cigar standi Tho day was yory
quiet. Home restaurateurs who kept
open will be prosecuted.
Des Moinks, Juno 15. Astabblng
and shooting affray occurred at tho
grouuds of tho Holiness campineet
lug, a suburb of Des Moines, about
midnight Friday, which resulted In
the death of Ficd Kemp und tho
wounding of Charles Denuian and
John Jones. The two latter were
arrested, as wero also George aud
John U rover. Jones saytf ono man
struck him with a club and another
with a pair of brass knuckles. At
the same time Fred Kemp caught
him from behind, but Jones throw
him off and began to slash right and
left with his razor to defend himself.
Kemp was cut acrosn tho back of the
neck, severing tho spinal cord, aud
died yesterday. Denmau's upper
lip was severed, aud Jones carries a
gunshot wound in his right cheek.
Washington, Juuo 11. II. D.
Owen, tho newly appointed super
intendent of emigration, qualified
this morning aud entered at ouco on
tho discharge of his now duties.
Washington, Juno 15. An olll
clal cablegram from Admiral Mo
Cauu, nt Iqulqul, Chill, to the
secretary of tho navy, announces
that tho Etata sailed under convoy
of tho Churlestou Saturday night,
for Suu Francisco, Cal.
Wabhinoton, Juuo 16, Tho sec
retary of stalo Informs tho treasury
- department that tho Chinese govern
ment .In order to fucllltatou moro per
fect compliance with the terms ofihc
Chinese restriction law, has author
Jzed Its consult) iu forelgu countries
ioissuoln belief of their govern
went, to the exempted or tho prlvj
leged claw of Chinese, thu certlilcato
trf ideutlty required. The trcrtsury
departKteut has decided that such
oertlticHtcs wilt bo accepted by cus
THK 8BAI I'lSHEKIKS.
WASHlNflTON, Jupo 15. News
n mtfvtfd tit Washington ou
Bfttufay that tho sNimer Dauubo
from Victoria mum inosvai
iairfeftt Oil BHUdV point. BhUHMIKftll 1
taJiMMh, and bring bade the settl' Wahiunoton, Juuu 15, Assist
mjafy fdftfdy hi ida tm wean British ant Secretary Chandler lias mis
CaUtttbh un I t?hiimsKiH Isiaudu, talned tho decision of tho com nils
widvfck'b, H to rojwrtod, nuwbera nlouoroftho laud ollloe, (unceltng
tt.ttkaakitt. 'IliHet, after Uanver-
ioctlM.t0 the Pinubtf, will twll
ft Hrmm ml txtMMttluir. w kt
?"Jr!ndtol T? -?..tfT'. ,
SEVERE HEAT IN TQE EAST.
Latest From (lie City Election
Accident on S. P., Tho City or Rich
mond on Fire at,Sea, Big Time
at Independence, Great Rail Road
Disaster, State and Foreign
SKVEltR HEAT IN THK EAST.
New York, Juno 15. Today Is
tho hottest of tho season. At two
o'clock this afternoon tho thcrmom
eter registered 07j. Reports from
many points in Now England say
tho thermometer ranged from 82 to
d07, tho latter polut being reached
t Providence, It. I. Vegetation Is
badly scorched In Connecticut. Re
ports from all parts of New York
state indicnto intense heat.
THE ANACONDA MINKS.
Chicago, Juue 15.- A special dis
patch from Butte, Montana, says
that August Belmont, as agent of
i he Rothschilds has been Instructed
to close a deal by which tho lat
ter will In September next take
possesion of tho great Anaconda
copper mines. The price to bo paid
is stated at between twenty and
twenty-live million dollars. Tht
purchase by tho Rothschilds is said
to be for a foreign syndicate.
ACCIDENT ON THE S. 1".
Pout Costa, Cal., Juue 11. A
collision occurred on the Southern
Pacific line near hero today. A pa
iengcr train ran into a gravel train.
Two trainmen aro reported killed
and llyo passengers wounded.
KIKE AT SEA.
Queenstown, June 15. The
steamer Servia, which left New
York June G, arrived yesterday.
Tho captain reports that at midnight
Thursday last he sighted the Inman
lino steamer City of Richmond,
from Now York, June 3, bound for
this port and Liverpool. Tho latter
vessel was ilylug signals of distress,
and tho Sorvla boro down to her to
ofler her assistance. Captain Red
ford, of th City of Richmond, ro
ported his cargo on tire, and the
?ervla stood by and steamed slowly
by tho side of tho City of Richmond
until Browhoad was sighted. Cap
t in Red ford reported that Tuesday
night a lady cabin passenger upon
getting out of her berth noticed tho
lloor of the stateroom was very hot.
She immediately gave the alarm,
and an examination was quickly
mado. This resulted iu the discov
ery that smoke was Issuing from the
lorehold, and tho smell indicated
that tho cotton In tho hold, of which
tho vessel carried 2000 bales, was ou
fire. Iu less than three minutes all
tho passengers, including thoso iu i
tho steerage, wero on deck. Tho
scene was remarkable. Many groups
of womon wero praylug fervently
and crying. There wero 140 barrels
of oil stowed closo to tho burning
cottou. Luckily the tlames did not
communicate to it.
Hopes of relief c.mo In the morn
lug when the vessel Counsellor was
sighted. After nn Interchange of
signals sho agreed to remain along
side of tho distressed steamer.
Throughout Weduesday tho crow
continued to pour water and stonin
upon tho burning cotton. In the
evening au attempt was mado to
roach tho hold for tho purpose of
discovering, If possible, tho extent
of iho tire. Four smouldering bales
were taken out of tho hold, when it
was found imperative to shut up
everything In order to exclude tho
air. All of Thursday tho situation
continued much the same. There
were occasional outbreaks of dense
smoke from tho hold, but uo tlames
were visible. Theio was a heavy sea
running all day. Toward midnight
thoServla boro down toward tho
two vessels, nud agreed to stay by
tho City of Richmond. Tho latter
aud tho Sorvla thou wcut ahead
under full speed, leaving tho Coun
sellor astern. It is behoved tho fire
was completely subdued before the
steamer reached Queoustowu, Tho
vesbol has proceeded for Liverpool
aud is declared to be all right. Tho
passengers say It was a fearful night.
Tho wind was screeching through
the rigging nud tho seas wero wash
lug over tho decks. There was little
hope of safety In case It should bo.
como uecessary to tako to tho boats.
Tho suspouso was terrible, but all
boro up spluiulldly. The lutermodl
ato aud steerage passengers wero
comfortably established iu the saloon
away from tho smoko and fumes
coming from tho burning cottou.
THE CAPTAIN imOPl'ED DEAD.
Queenstown, Juno 15 Wheu
tho steamship Counsellor camo
ulougsldo tho City of Richmond tho
captain of tho Counsellor dropped
dead on deck, nud tho chief officer
took commaud aud rcmalued by tho
OITV 01' MIC1IMQND,
LiVKM'ooL, Juuo 15. Tholumnu
sUumor City of Richmond, from
Now York,whleh arrived at Queous
towu Sunday morning und reported
that II ro broUoout lu her hold Juuo
I), rtsachod hero this morning.
Iho nomwuoftii oi james v. Jiuugu
his appeal, for a truet of
(ho but) FraucUo land
Hlriot, iht tS 'iud thut tho ad-
dltloual evidence lu the caso docs
not warrant n reversal of the com
missioner's decision. The assistant
Hecrotary lias also mUrmcd tho com
missioner's decision on tho appeal of
Henry L. Davis, ex parte, declining
to recommend tho payment of $1.25
per aero ou n desert land entry lu
Shasta, Cal., within tho limits of
tho grant to the California & Oregon
rnihvny company, ou the ground
that the act of March 3, 1E53, fixing
the price of public lands within rail-
Tltults nt ?2.50 per acre was not
by tho desert land act
which fixes tho price of desert land
at $1.25 per acre.
New Yokk, Juuo 15. Early this
morning a tug boat ran into and
sunk the yacht "Emila." Frank
Jenkins and William H. Hobati
were drowned. A party -of eievcu
wus on the yacht. The pilot oi' the
tug has beou arrested.
Cedah RArios, Iowa, Juno 15.
A. D. Cooley and C H. Anderson
of this city nud two young ladies
living nt Rock ford were drowned
at Rockford last evening uy the
capsizing of a boat.
HAS FOUClOT SPIES.
cedyesterday that Nina Vau Zaudt,
whose name was promlncutly before
the public nt tho timo of thu anarch
1st excitement, is soon to be married
to Salvator Stefano Malatto, ayoung
Sicilllan, who was sent Iito by
rtnllau papers to look after the
Italian department of tho world's
fair. He met Miss Van Zaudt and
it was a caso of love at first sight.
Nina is the young womau who fell
lu love with August Spits, the yeutij:
anarchist who was hanged for
participating iu the Haymarket riot,
and being unable to get the consent
of the authorities for 'her marriage
tothecondemed man injail,sheweul
before a magistrate with his brother,
and was married to him by proxy
After the execution she came out in
THE llEHUINa SEA.
Washington , June 15. The
President today issued a proclama
tion, stating that the agreement for
the modus Vivendi between the gov
ernment of the United States and
tho government of Her Britannic
Majesty, in relation to the fur seal
fisheries iu Behring tea, concluded
on the 15th day of last June. The
following agreement is made with
out prejunlco to tho rights or claims
of either party. Her Majesty's gov
ernment will prohibit until May
next seal killing in that pait of
Behring sea lying eastward of a line
of demarkatlon described in article
No. 1 of the treaty of 1807, between
the United States aud Russia. The
United States government will pro
hibit seal killing for the same period
in tho same patt of Behring sea and
on the shores and islnnds thereof.
tho property of the United States
(in excess of 7,600 to bo taken on the
Islauds for tho subsistence and care
of tho nntives). Tho agreement au
thorizes tho United States vessels to
seizoofTendlngBrltish vessels which,
however, aro to be turned over to
tho British authorities for trial.
Orders aro uow iu preparation for
Immediato dispatch, probably, of
two naval vessels from S.xu Francis
co to Alrka where they will assist
the three levonuo cutters in the task
of driving of poaching snaHu ves
W a s H I N a to N, June 15. The
agreement for a closed season In
Behring sea was signed this morn
n. . ACCIDENT.
Bkunk, Juno 16. A horrlblo i cl
deut occurred ou tho Moeuohons'.oln
fc Bale railway yesterday, through
tho collapt-e of a bridge beneath a
heavily loaded excursion train,
crowded with people on their way
to attend a musical fotu. Thu total
number wno lost their lives is now
placed at 120 with hundreds more or
less injured. Another account of the
disaster says 57 bodies aro already
recovered aud that 40 persons win
Bovoroly wounded. It is foared
many others ate dead whoso bodies
havo imt been found. Tho victims
aro inontly all leading cltlzehs of
Bale aud Its neighborhood. Among
tho killed nud Injured aro several
families practically wiped entirely
out of existence by tho disaster, the
full extent of which Is not known
ovou at this hour. Bale Is now the
scene of bitter desolation aud mourn
ing. Thoso who aro wounded In
clude so many serious Injuries that
almost each hour records another
death. Everything that tho local
or municipal authorities can do to
help tho wounded, or recover the
dead, or assist those Iu distress, Is
being dono. That "somebody" la to
blamo for tho accident nobody
doubts, but tho people mo so taken
up with presont duty that tho ques
tlou of blamo is postponed for the
ptcsent from official consideration.
ILLNESS OK 1UBM.VUC1C,
Bkiu.in, Juuo 15. Tho lllnes
from which Prlnc Bismarck is suf
fering U now said to be rheumatism
of tho spluo. Ho has been routined
to !tl bed for thro days past and
has been sutlorlng acutely.
VOIlhbT KIKKS, j
St. John, N. B.Juuo UWThcro
were tmveral showers Saturday nnd
Saturday night but not suftlelont
rahi full to extinguish tho forest tires
1 t IIIUI1 Ul V Ul Vtl IHSIUK 111 IIII1VUP
parts of thu rroviuce. Considerable
destruction of property ban occured
within a uhort dlttanc tif hi cly.
Portland, Juno 15. An election
Is being held in this city today for
the purpose of electing a full muni
cipal ticket. There 'are two tickets
in the Acid, nstuight republican and
u consolidation or citizens' ticket
composed equally of republicans
aud democrats. Besides tho uboi e
two tickets there Is onu bearing
tho head of tho "consolidation
ticket." This ticket Is the regular
consolidation tleket with the excep
tion that It has none of I he repub
lican candidates for police commis
sioner upon it. During tbeforenoon
scveAd arrists were mado but ns yel
no one is found to issue warrants.
The reports up to 2 o'clock indicatt
that tho consolidation ticket will
have a mujorily uiih one or two
exceptions. The police commission
er will bo close with the chances lu
favorof Frank, (republican nominee)
the principal fight uow seems to b
ceutered on this ofilee. Tho ovorbcor
of tho street department Is also
Independence, Juno 15 Satur
tiny was a gala day in Independence
over 4000 people attending tho
second day of thu annual picnic
The speakers were H. H. Brown, of
Salem, and J. R. N. Bell, of this
city. The games were exciting and
well conducted. Tho display of
blooded colts was. a success. The
liftcen-sixteeiiths mile dash was run
in 44 seconds, Lnucy D. winning.
The mile trotting race, best three in
five, was iutentely exciting, und not
decided. The entries were Black
Diamond, by R. D. Cooper; Nellie
K., by J. W. Kirklnud; Coly, by Sol
'First heat, time 3:01, taken ly
Second heat, time 2:f 3, taken by
Third heat, time 2:51, taken by
Fourth heat, timo 2:531, taken by
Fifth heat, time 2:49, taken by
CAME TO A HALT.
Poktlam), June 15. The $100
000 damage suit of Asa Hamilton, of
Portland, agaiust the Southern Pa
ciil i Railroad Company, came to an
unexpected and abrupt termination,
for the time being, at Carson City,
New, whore the .a e was n trial in
the United Stales district court. All
the evidence had been submitted,
aud ex-Cougreb-man Woodburu,
Mr. Hamilton's attorney, was mak
ing his closing arguement, when
two of the jurymen were suddenly
taken ill aud unable to proceed with
the case. United States Judge
Huwloy ordered tho case continued
until next November, and also ruled
that all the evidence then submitted
should bo preserved and' used at
DKOIU'ED DEAD AT A FUNKKAL.
Pendleton, Juuo 15. Thu re
mains of the lato James H. Turner
wero e corted to tho grave Saturday
forenoon by a large number of friends
and citizen". At the teinetery ser
vices wero conducted by the Pendle
ton A. F. & A. M.
Duriug thefuneral occured a sad and
singular coincidence, tho death of a
Cold Spring farmer. Figg was sub
ject to heart disease, und In the last
week or two had beou feeling some
what ill, He drove to the comelery
iu a hunk with tho funeral proces
sion, and after arriving tliero got
out of ihe vehicle in order to tako
his place in the ranks with the
Masonic brethren. Ho had to walk
rapidly a few steps to do so, and. (he
exertion doubtlets brought on the
attnok. Ho sank to the ground,
aud friends immediately gatheretl
around him and oilered all the as
sistance passible For a time he
showed signs of rallying, but after
ward grew woukor, aud In Alteon
or twenty minutes expired. Ho
was a member of tho Masonic aud
Odd Ful lows' lodges.
CiiiCAdo, Juuo 15. At close,
wheat otihh steady, .110, July $1.01
$1 Mi- ,
San Fh.v ncisco, Juue 16 Wheat
buyer '01 ultur August lm, S1.01J.
San Fiiancisco, Juno 15. Fore
cast for Oregon and Washlugton,
light ralus,oxcept in Kastern Oregon.
Wui. TluMiums. Posiumstor of
Idaville, lud., write: ' Klectrlc
Ititters has done luoro for mo than
nil other medlolnos combined, for
thai bad feeling urlttug from Kidney
und I.Ivor trouble." Johu Leslie,
farmer und stockman of senio place,
nays: Find Klectrio Bitters to bo
tho lut Kidnev aud Llwr nieokiue.
made me feol like n new iimu." J.
V. Gardner, hardware merchant,
camo town, niyn. "Klectrio Bitten.
is Just tlio Hung lor u man who is
nil run down and don't cure whether
he lives or dies; he found now
stroiigth. good uppetllo and felt
just liku ho had a uow leubo on life.
Only 60 cts. a bottla at Fry's Drug
Thofo low prices nt the "cash
crocerv" are wnidns It lota of
trade. 3ft) Commercial street.
I have bought my ticket at Shaw
& uwulu,!W CoiuuroJl St.
, NOTED DHHPUUAIM) DEAD.
Bknson, Ariz., June 14. Deputy
.HherirrGray arrived here yesterday
morning with the body of tin notor
ious Moxican stage robber, Oeroin
mo, and two of his confederates.
I'hey havo beeu robbing stages in
Southern Arizona during the Inst
five years, and tho officers have been
continually after them. Last night
Gray and n jwsse ran them down lu
the mountains near Puftano. They
made a fight, and Gcrohimo fired
five and Leon three shots, without
efleet. They had pistols nud the
pursuers' rilles. Geronlmo fell dead.
Leon surrendered. Geronimo has
robbed the United States mall and
itage passengers more than a dozen
times. Ho lias committed many
murders,been captured sevc r:l times
aud escaped. Leon, his accomplice,
up to six months ago, was a deputy
under Sheriff Slaughter, and in
dmost coustunt pursuitof Geronlmo
until Slaughter went out of office.
Then lie joined Geronimo. This
killing and capture Is considered
the most important ever made iu
WAS TItlED SIX TIMES.
Columbia, S.C.June 15-The fact
that It is very dlillculty to find a
South Carolina jury w hich will con
vict a white man of murder was
again strikingly Illustrated tills
niomiUg, wheu R. T. Jones, the
famous Edgefield couuty "family
exterminator." was found cuilty of
manslaughter. Previous to the trial
just ended Jones was tried five Hints
for his triple crime. The jury in
eacii Inbtaiico failed to agree, In
spite of the fact that the evidence
agaiLst him was overwhelming.
GOT OFF LIGHTLY.
Wheatland, Cal., June 15. Fri
day night the citizeus of this place
took old man Bill Beal out In the
couutry nnd treated him to u coat of
tar aud feathers. Ella Davis, the
ulrl who committed suicide Wed lies
day, on her dying bed accused Beal,
her stepfather, of being the cause of
her downfall, Hence the action of
FRITZ IS DEAD.
Cornwall, ou the Hudson, N.Y,
June lo. "Fritz Emmett" the actor
died today of pneumonia.
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plaiuileld,
Ills., makes the statement that she
caught cold, which settled on her
luucs:she was treated for a mouth
by her family physician, but grew
worse, .tie totu ner sue was a hope
less victim of consumption and that
no medicine could cure her. Her
druggist sugut'sted l)i. Kihj's New
Discovery for Consumption; she
bought a bottle nnd to her delight
found herself benefited from first
dose. She continued its use und
taking ten bottles, found herself
souud and well, now does her own
housework and is as well as ever she
was. Free trial bottles of this Great
Discovery at Fry's Drug Store, large
bottles 50 cts. and 100.
Buy tho light running Singer at
327 Commercial street eod
Removed. The old house iu the
rear of tho Dicklusou seed stole is
being removed to neur the little
Central school house, where it will
be used as a store room for plumb
iug supplies by Dugan Bros., who
get tho building for having It taken
Kscape or Prlnoner.
Tho report that prisoners have been nnd
are eacaplDg from thut nmllgnnnt ynoler
liver complaint, Is lulty corroberatcd bj
the self liberated captive. Hostctte.'n
Htonmch Hi iters are. thjy say, the means
by whltch thoy get rid of their fetters. Few
altogether avoid the bondage of this all
meat, and few are acquainted with Its
signs, viz.: puln through the right side and
shoulder blude, lurred lougue, yellownest
of the eyeball aud sKln. sour beath, sick
headache, dyrtpep-.la nnd constipation
Hosteller' Stomach Hitters puts a proinp'
iterloiltothose, brines them to a full sto
iu short ordiir. Whether the troublo It
chronic or temporaty, this m -dtclne 1
equally ellectlve, regulating the liver aud
A Fearful Heritage.
The ttansinlsslon of blood taints rnlal
fouriul oiuoouUcnce-i, those so allli. ted
huxouied to purify the blood thormiL-hb
eveiy spring Nigltct of this often leads U
li-niiuioiiinplicntlonh or alseat.es, A geu
I'euiun whoe family were gre tly allllcled
rut's us thus:
My w.feRnd babe, fourteen months old.
inda boy of tlve have tulleml lor year
from hereditary scro.uta or King's evil. I
have employed the besk physicians, bin
f udnoihng that would relieve then,
until I tMed llibbanl's IthrumaHo syrup
tlaveusid tourtttu bottles, and find to mi
attonlxhinent they are eutlrtly cured.
wuru ouuuot denrlV-e lha Vblue of your
medicine u- a blood purifier I shall rec
ommend it to nil who are troubled iron)
impure niooa joiix ickm.kkwhism. Jit.
thaler in i.oerie, Alpena, Mich.
For tato by Smith Meincr.
The Chief Rcntaa tor ins great M
ei of Hood's KirssjuuilU U tond In tfct
utlcle Itself. 1 1 i merit Uut wins, fcnd tM
t that Mood's SarsaparUU actually s
eoroplUUej what Is cUUned tot It, b wh4
has. slTcn to till medicine popularity lat
sale greater than that of any other sarsap
MfHt Wins: n,u wod P"
rnolll lll fler before thopubU.
Hood's BtrsapartlU cures BeroXula, MH
Rheum and alt HUraorj, Syspp&U, WUk
Headache, lUUousaeait, overcoe Thit
rired Kecltiig, creates an Appetite, sUmhOi
sas Uie Hurt, builds up the Whole SvsMk
H mmIS. Karnprll! Is soIJbr all Arafl
tUts. lustxtarta. Frtparwbyat.
.JPnrtics wishing .to build nice residences and in senrch of a beautiful locaf
-with pleasant surroundings should visit
It'is located direct on the Electric line to tho Fair Ground, overlooking the ontir '
the snow capped mountains, Mt. Hood and Mt.' Jefferson, as Veil as the gv '
green hills of Polk county are in plain view. The site is unsurpassed and
the -whole tract is a beautiful green plateau. Tho High school aa
well as tho North Salem new building aro within a
short distance of this tract.
Are now ordered graded at the expense of the owners. This property
is now for sale by
All Real Estate Men'
In this City, who will
25c Want Column.
Notices inserted for ONE CENT l'EB
WOKD EACII INSERTION. No adver
tisement Inserted iu thin uolumn for let8
than twenty-five cents.
JOST. nine, man and white row, 0 years
J old, cut In lea ear, both horns cut nt
Uy. Gone two weeks. Return to slier
niiin, deputy county ckrk dw It
"YTT" ANTED Hy a Jnpanese In n luinllv,
iY a situation. Will to satisfied with
smnll wages Inqutie lor N. Ilarn cure
C.iPiTAi. JounNAL oilleo. h !2t
" I71LOU' on tioautlfu 1 OreRou," Ilwneo,"
rj and "Tacoma" are the titles to three
new and eh inning inusiotl compositions
for the pianoforte, llute or violin. Hy mall
.t5 cents onoli. For sale ut Dinmouds Mu
sic lli.itsu, S08 Comniorclal street, Sleir.
general stock of musical merchandise.
I7OII KENT. Kino cottage, cential part
i 01 ultj , nli modem com enlence . In
iiilre of Vt lie A. Moures, Turner block,
Nlt'ElA' furnished rooms to rent, with
board, iu pleitnantest part of city, ne.ir
street cur Hues, 400 Center street 8:20 tf
rplIHKE BALLS. Money loaned on
JL witches and Jewelry and nil kinds 01
.rsouul property that can be stored In
my safe or t-torC. At IJiiT'b Jewelry store,
1 i Statu sliect J-27 If
OU SALE. About ono acre of lnnd and
barn, with running water la rear ol
barn. . Detuiliruljocutlon iwrulioine. In
quire nt second bouse on rlt'lit hand side
of Asylum nvenuo niter crossing bridge
going to Asylum. . 4:21
T7-ANTED -An nctlvo, reliable mnn
W salary ?T0to S0 monthly, with in
oreane, to represent In his own section n
resjionsible New York house. Helerences
MaNUFAUTUREH, Lock Box 155, Nct
at.VKEN Ut'nt tho residence ofJ DunnelU
. ol Silver Fi'Ils, A buy gel'llng harse,
right side foot white, black miiEO nud tali
stnr In foreheud, branded 8 ou lett Hunk.
Wlucli owner can have by paying ndver
tlcemcuL und dninnges. Enquire of Joe.
Duunells, Knights, Oregon. 6 21 lm dw
WANTED Our agents make 3100 to 300
a month eelllug our goods on their
merits. We want county and general
agents, nnd will take back nil goods un
sold if a county uijent falls to clear 8100
md expenses af'er a thlrtj days' trial, or
a general agent less than J'JGO. We will
send large Illustrated circulars nnd lettei
with a special offer to tult territory np
olled lor, on receipt of 3 one cent stumps.
Vppiynt once nnd get In on the b-oio.
Vddress Henner Manufacturing Co.. Pitts
burg. la. 17 dw tf
s0 LoSichau's I
te nichau'g Qolden Ilaliant Xo. I
Curoa Chancres, flnt. and second stairos
w"u i-kk uu uouj; tore iara
Eyei.Noee, etc., Coppcr-colorcd Blotches
pniutiovitarrh, diseased Scalp, and al
primary forms ol the dlseasa known ai
Syphilis. Price, S5 OO per Bottla.
lia Rlcliau's Golden Baliam No.U
Cures Tertiary, Jlcrcuriaigyplillltlo Rheu
mattsm, Pains In tba Bones, rains In th
Head, back of the Neck, Ulcerated Sort
Throat, Syphllltlo Rah, Lumps and con
tractcd Cords, Stiffness of tlie Limbs, and
eradicates all disease from the system,
whether caused by indiscretion or almst
ol Mercury, leaving tho blood pnre and
healthy. Price S5 OO per Hottle.
Lo ltlclinu'ii Golden NpanlsU Antl.
Uoto for tho cure el Gonorrhoea, Gleet
Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Genl
tal dltarrangemenU. Price 83 50 liei
Lr Ulchaa'a Golden Spanish In.
lection, for severe cases of Gonorrhoa,
Inflammatory Gleet. Strictures.lc. Prlca
SI SO per Bottle.
Ce Klohnn'a Qolden Ointment
for tho f ffertlro timing of byphtlitlo Son a
and eruptions. PrlreSl OO per Box
L,o ltlcliau'a Golden Pills Nrrii
and Brain treatment; loss of physical pow
jr. execu or orer-worlc, rrostratlon, etc,
Price 83 OO per Box.
Tonic and Nervine,
Snt errrrwbere, C. a I)- tccurelr uackod
per express. w
THE RICHARDS"DRUQ C0.,Agei!t
600 dc 611 nXAUKET ST ,
San JTraacliico, CaU
utAm BENT rHCI-
Health is Wealth I
T)1t. t fl Vl.ttnu V.A .. i,
rnaim. nt, a guaranteed aneelfto for H ya
cnu, I ltaitieos, tmnvulilona, Kits, Nervout
Neu utirtn, Itmdeche.Nervom I'rotnitloi
viiMjd h the use of alcohol or tolicvo
Aakef Ui, Mental DMnrewlon, Koiten
ng nf tho brain rcaullinc In insanity unit
idlnt. Hlsery, decay and death, pr
nmu e aldose, barrenneia, loa t.f txiwet
oi.HHlb overexertion of the l.rni. Kscl
wxmi Intone month'a treatment, IU
.host., U boxen for fiUU, aent by nwl
te, to receipt of price.
W'F.Gt AIIANTEE 81X ROXE8
ructiri. any raa. With each on'er ir
"'".Uj on for six boxr. accouutanle
f lib SSftJ. wilt aend thipuribalir T
rrtitrntQiitvateolo refund the money,
.,Si',tJ.?vu,, ?niZ by Ueo- B . lru
!l''",&Tn t ATM E fn"
be ready at any time to show
illiSGreatest l 10' paving In ventitiu
varieties of goods from the finest
clean, without rubbing or boHrni;,
dctruetlve process only houp and
II SI iOGSK
tiiuou to anv person wno win protiuco a taniliy wasuer eijual totne Ahw
EUA In the following peints: Price. Labor savlug. Itapidity of al
ing. Variety of fabric washed. Cleaning perfectly without damage i I
ciotiiing. bimpncity ana pcriect construction, ssize, weipiit ana anr
bility. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Sole Agents It
Sole Agents for
J. G. HA tUIS. R. A. MOORE
SALEM EXPRESS COMPANY,
Leae nrdens at the Cluh ttabU, one
block out ol I'oaUiniee. All ordow
promptly uttonded to.
Cbtkntert EuilUh VUaoni Tlninfi.
OrlrLlUal mmA OmIv AMulnn.
erc, tj reUUJ. uom uk TV
o hmw, mi4 mi w rtbuu w
llkeKAHlllrH. fftftatt iiiiiMmii f
IUU4 U4 "JtellrT Fbp Lad If.- 1m UUT
fc nlani U1L 10.000 TmUbuxlIa
this tract to purchasers.
302 Commercial Street
j Stoves, Ranges, Farnaces,
linware, anil all to
For Orchard feju,
in the liouseliokl line. Waste i
lace "to the martest ciiriie's, perfectl; I
without the tine of chemicals or n'
v ater. TlieTompany ownlDp It offe1 1
WADE & CO,,
Pianos and Okgans
r a t. ut re i?rTTAKJ)I''
LINF. LOWEST FRK.J
irom ?s permoiuu up. -
EAST0N & CO.,
otn pmmarrioi St.. Salem.
OIU UUIIIHIO.w. -"I )W
iiead auarters for tuc eaiem urran"
EXPRESS AND THC
yphkrs AND TRUl'K
Haullnif-r H kh"?- .Sffi.""
Wujroo ut eveiT tru'u-
i -i ..J..rtJ..i Silll
J' ornnonterndtl;-nf",.'re,.d J
iTiiide. rendewsl nud ftit n-a pi y
the county court ojim i,ll,-,I Juu.i
Marion ortuitty on i,r?uJine ??
uut hiiriitDK and emr" " IV l!eUU 5
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lUmiied. t J ill 1 J r.i ff will
red .f - ""i'l1;, men" lo ?$&
ure J bt mo- "K - ' "J,1 ",, on j ,
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