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About Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1892)
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REMEMBER WE OFFER BARGAINS
IN EVERY DEPARTMENTS.
IlE CAPITAL JOlMilL.
THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1892
GILBERT k PATTERSON,
Dealers in Groceries, Crockery,
Glassware, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Brushes, Windowglass, Etc, Sole
Agents for Epicure Tea and Big
Can Baking Powder.
The only candy raunufactory this
Bide of Sau Francisco outside of
Portland that can make all the latest
Ourcandieaare fresh every day.
110 Btate street, next to John
Hughes, W. T. Stolz, mutineer.
Jan. 22. County Farmer's Alliance.
A Pleasing Entertainment.
There Is perhaps nothing that in
terests the average mind of intelli
gence more than the peculiar and
lemarkable cases of meutal develop
ment sometimes met in life. These
unusual instances are frequently
found to be possessed of powers
that are difficult to account for on
any known theories. Such an in
stance Is the celebrated mind reader,
Carl King, who will appear in con
junction with the famous and origi
nal Spanish troubadours, from
Madrid, conducted by Don Jose
Ramirez, at Reed's opera house to
morrow and Saturday nights. The
marvelous feats of thought reading
performed by Mr, King have been
the theme in many columns in the
metropolitan" press and if he does
not astonish the Salemitesit will be
surprising. The fine music of the
troubadours also should ensure a
turnout of all who admire the art
divine. Thebe performers on the
mandolin, baudurria and guitar are
without any peers in this country
and have a European us well as a
national reputation. The whole
program is replete with features that
cannot fall to entertain.
Freight. There is' not much
railroad treignt moving. iNo cars
are received or discharged at the
Capitol mills and the people on
Front street are haviug a season of
undisturbed quiet. A 8. P. Co.
man says he hears a warehouse Is
soon to be erected on the river front,
but will only buy locally, and there
Is for the present no use for the
Should be Used. The large pile
of broken rock lying near the city
jail should be utilized. There is
nearly enough to pave a block on
one side of the street. With tramps
to feed, two engine teams not used
for tire once a month, with officials
already paid to oversee the work, it
would seem that a little street could
be graded up and covered with brok
en rock. Let this be tried.
Hunting. There is not much
sport for huntersut present. Ducks,
and a few swan and geese are found
along the rivers. Lake Lablsh and
many other ponds and sloughs have
been drained and the only good
general bunting ground there Is now
lies out In the Pudding river timber.
Those bottoms have quite a variety
A Distinction. A Portland mer
chant who has a happy faoulty of
falling up ever so often was ap
proached on the subject the other
day. "Wolf, have you failed again?"
"I vail I you vash mishtaken. It
vash my vife Rebecka dot vailed."
We Have it at Last. Oil in
five-gallon cans that the consumer
dxei not lose one gallon out of five
in filling .lamps. See them at
Fob Salem. The bill appropriat
ing S100.0C0 for a public building nt
Salem passed the senate Wednesday.
Will be our leading -linos this weuk, at special sale price.
Prices on Carpets.
wo shall need lots of it for our spring stock.- Close
prices are being made in all lines.
HlltY LIST CLOSED.
Ualanro of Criminal Drawing
Names Eligible to Serve as
Wednesday the court completed
the drawing of the 1892 jury list, n
part of which was published last
week. The remaining appoint
ments are as follews:
F. X. Molsan, farmer, Labish.
Johu Calvert, farmer, Gervals.
J. W. Thornbury, farmer, Gervals.
M. Benjamin, farmer, Gervals.
Alex Itnlah, farmer, Fairfield.
Theodore RubenH, farmer, Fair
field. J, L. Cook, farmer, St. Paul.
Thomas Kerr, farmer, St. Paul.
H. B. Gearln, farmer, St. Paul.
Johu McKay, furmer, Champoeg.
John Scollurd, farmer Champoeg.
Mom-s Hoi'fer, farmer, Champoeg.
E V. Ehlou, farinrr, Buttevllle.
Chas. Lembke, farmer, Buttevllle.
Robert Whittler, farmer, Butt
vlllo. Anson Cone, farmer, Butteville.
William Fry, mecbauic, Aurora.
Henry Glesy, farmer, Aurora.
E Iwiu Grimm, furmer, Aurora.
George Schuele, farmer, Aurora.
S. R. T. Jones, farmer, Hubbard.
Stoddard, farmer, Hubbard.
Johu J. Jordau, fanner, Hubbard.
Geo, B. Hovenden, farmer, Hub
bard. Jnson F. Dowd, mechanic, Wood
burn. A. J. Cooley, liveryman, Wood
burn. P. L. Kennedy, farmer, Woodburn
S. E. Hardcastle, mechanic,
A. G. Bradley, mechanic, Wood
burn. T. F. Hayes, tanner, Ablqua.
II. T. Baughman, farmer, Ablqua.
Alexander Esson, farmer, Abiqua.
J. R. White, farmer, Aoiqua.
J. W. Hobart, farmer, Garfield.
J. H. Moser, farmer, Garfield.
Willis Dnnuagan, farmer, Garfield
J. W. McKiuney, farmer, Turner.
J. N. Campbell, mechanic, Yew
Henry Van Behren, farmer, Lin
coln. L. J. Hollister, farmer, Stayton.
J. P. Case, farmer, Elkhorn.
J. I. Thompson, capitalist, Salem.
John Boise, farmer, Salem.
Geo. H. Croisun, farmer, South
Win. Culver, farmer, South Salem
Frank Dearborn, merchant, South
Wm. Clark, farmer, Yew Park.
Chas. Cannon, farmer, Yew Park.
J. A. Tanner, farmer, Yew Park.
J. M. Payne, capitalist, Salem.
William Waldo, capitalist, Salem.
David Pugh, mechanic, Salem.
A. Blosser, mechanic, Salem.
John Donaldson, mechanic, Salem
John Knight, mechanic, Balem.
Chas. Reily, clerk, Salem.
Eugene Breyman, capitalist,
E. F. Parkhurst, capitalist, Salem.
J. C. Brown, merchant, Salem.
John C. Booth, broker, Salem.
T. B. Walt, broker, Salem.
Gideon Stoltz, broker, Salem.
Ed. Keller, clerk, Salem.
Silas E. Howard, mechanlc,8alem.
Geo. P. Sanderson, mechanic,
C. N. Potter, nurseryman, Pros
pect. D. C. Howard, mechanic, Pros
pect. John Patterson, mechanic, Pros
pect. Harvey Heckman, teacher, Pros
pect. James Hunkers, farmer, E.Salem.
R. H. Cain, farmer, E. Salem.
Frank Smith, farmer, E. Salem.
Ed Harrison, farmer, Jefferson.
C. H. Libby, farmer, Jefferson.
Henry Roland, merchant, Jeffer
son. K. Huusaker, farmer, Marion.
J. Cook, farmer, Marlon.
L. A. Walker, furmer, Marion.
C. H. Riches, farmer, Turner.
A. J. Miller, fanner, Turner.
N. Silvers, furmer, Turner.
Louis Miller, farmer, Stayton.
G. W. Caspell, mechanic, Stayton.
Seth H. Bursou, mechanic, Stay
tin. J. M. Eskew, furmer, Mehama.
Jesse T. Bennett, farmer.Mehamn.
D. H. Johnston, farmer, Mehama.
C. H. Work, farmer, Horeb.
Geonjo Hunt, merchant, Horeb.
R. S. Rice, capitalist. Horeb.
Luther C. Ives, farmer, Brelten-
E. D. Towusend, farmer, Brelten
busb. N.J. Shanks, farmer, Sublimity.
J. A. Hunt, farmer, Sublimity.
Sylvester Lambert, farmer, Sub
limity. S. B. Orm8by,furmer, Silver Falls
Joseph Dunuels, furmer, Silver
J L. Rusel, farmer. Silver Falls.
W. L. Taylor, farmer, Lincoln,
L. Condlt, farmer, Lincoln.
Robert Patton, farmer, Lincoln.
J. B. McClane, capitalist, North
J. M. Ferguson, agent, North Sa
S. G. Pugh, farmer, North Salem.
W. T. Welch, farmer, Englewood.
F. A. Wanless,farmer,EugIewood.
E. P. Walker, farmer, Englewood.
A. F. MoAtee, farmer, Labish.
J. A. Looney, farmer, Labish.
E. W. Chapman, farmer, LablBh.
John Newsorae, farmer, Howell
George Cavanaugh, farmer, How
J. E. Murphy, farmer, Howell
T. R. Blackerby, merchant, West
Wright Foshay, farmer, West
C. Eisenhart, farmer, West Sil
vertou. A. Korb, farmer, East Sllverton.
E. S. Remington, farmer, East
Kulitig T. Maulding, farmer, East
Marion County Horticultural
Society Prepares for its
Shows iu 1802.
Chas. Long made an interesting
report of the the doings of the state
society at Portland.
C. B. Moores' essay on "The
Humors of Horticulture" waB read.
R. D. Allen read a paper on
"The Duties of Nurserymen to the
Public." Discussion of the paper
The following named fruit growers
were enrolled as members; W. B.
Simpson, C. F. Lansing, Fred Kutz,
O. Jory, J. W. Lyons, H. B. Mun
son, T. T. Geer, B. J. Miles, J. R.
Shepard, Joseph Cook, L. L. Mann,
E. F. Parkhurst, F. L. Pound, D;D.
Keeler, A. W. Dutton, Geo. Kibler,
L. Henderson, H. W. Savage, John
Brown, J. M. Lawrence.
The next regular meeting will be
here at Salem on the third Tuesday
in April. By motion, Dr. J. R. Cad
well, of the State Horticultural
society, was invited to address the
meeting. The July meeting will
probably be held at Silyerton.
Death haviug claimed two mem
rjers of the society during the year
Hon. R. 8. Wallace and Captain F.
J. Babcock a committee of three
was appointed to draft resolutions of
regret at the society's loss In their
A committee of three, consist
ing of J. A. Van Eaton, Chas.
Xong and H. W. Cottle, was up-
pointed to prepare a report or the
importation and consumption of
prunes in the United States during
the past ten years and and also to
learn tho acreage of fruit trees
planted in the state from year to
year and report at the next meeting.
Tho president was instructed to
appoint a committee to prepare a
program for the next regular
A. F. McAtee said a wash of one
tcaspoonful of carbollo acid In a
whitewash containing some sulphur
and salt would keep borers and iu
sect) away from the trunk of fruit
That is what tho fruit growers'
annual meeting was. Salem again
made a good record as a place to
bold such meetings. The attend-
aneo rrotn an arouna the county
was very good, considering roads
and weather and time of year.
From fifty to a hundred fruit grow
ers attended and compared notes
and experiences. Then1 was a goutl
attendance of actual workers and
men who nro earnestly struggling
with the problems of fruit culture.
The election of R, D. Allen to
succeed F. J. Babcock as president
of tho Marlon County Fruit Grow
ers' association was a proper selec
tion. Mr. Allen has In a quiet way
established quite n reputation as t
conscientious nurseryman and an
Intelligent, progressive fruitgrower.
He has been a leader in upholding
the association in this county uud
all admit that tho society has done Art. 3. Said corporallou shall
much good. ' have power to elect live trustees of
Prof. Coot-, of Corvallls, was bucIi free public library; three of
much missed from the convention, which shall bo members of tho cor
He has been an exhibitor at ourjporation, and two of whom shaft be
state fairs and In fact Is more given i elected by tho corporation trora uou
to results than to talking. He is I members, and to provldo for tho
averse to n parade of his achieve
ments but we hope to havo lilni
with us about the time for the
annual strawberry and roso show.
A good committeo was appoluto I
on the fruit palace next state fuii.
There was a unanimity of sentiment
that the fruit palace should be made
a greater feature than over. Mai ion
county is going In for the $300
premium offered by tho state board
of agriculture and arrangements
should be made by tho committee to
put up at least a $ 1000 fruit palace.
It hs olready been suggested that
silver spoons as fruit palace souvenirs
be got out and sold at tho fair to
Tbo Levy for 1892 Three and a Half
Mills Less Tlian 1891 Other
Weduesday uflernoon tho county
commissioner's court made tho levy
to raise tuxes for 1E92 as follews:
State tax including university
uud military 6.
School tax 5.
County purposes 7.3
Ro,d tax 2.
Indigent soldier fliud .2
This Is a square reduction of three
and ono-half mills from tho levy of
tuxes for 1891, as tho two mill load
tax is a new tax iu Heu of all cbir
property road tax. Last year the
total tax was twenty-one mills. The
taxes for 1892 are estimated to
amount to sums as follews:
Slate tax ,43,441 7.'.
School tax 43,444 75
County purposes 02,432 92
Road tux 17,377 90
Indigeut soldier 1.730 00
THE COUNTY BOARD.
deserves credit for applying tho
knife to county taxes. They were
too high and tho relief of a reduc
tion will be welcome. They also
deserve credit for levying tho roud
tax in cash aud thus starting In the
right track for road reform. The
work of the state board of equaliza
tion will no doubt be fuuud to have
helped in tho reduction.
J. P. Case was appointed road
supervisor of district No. 72 and W.
H. Savage of district No. 74.
Court adjourned until 0 o'clock
A PIONEER PASSES
Unexpected and Sudden Death
Hon. John Burch McClane died
quite suddenly aud unexpectedly at
3.10 a. m., Thursday, Jan. 20, 1892.
He has been sick only ouo week.
Several days since an operation was
performed for hydrocele. Ho was
was kept under tho influence of
opiates, and was In an unconscious
condition most of tho timo there
after. The real cause of his death is
not yet definitely ascertained and
cannot bo announced.
was born in Philadelphia in 1820,
and came across tho plains in 1843.
He is believed to havo driven "the
first wagon across from Fort Hull.
Ho took up a donation claim com
nrisimr what is now North Salem,
which ho held until business
reverses obliged him to dispose of It,
Mrs. McClane retaining her half in
her own name. In all his relatious
to tho community deceased was u
public-spirited and llberal-mindtd
man. Socially ho possessed fine
spirits and his kludly nature wou
him the constant affection of his
family and an almost unlimited
circle of friendship. In his earlier
lifo he was a Methodist and also
took the first steps toward Joining
severul orders, but did not continue.
had a great charm for him and he
served in many capacities, ne was
one of Salem's first postmasters,
served as county treasurer, state
librarian aud bailiff to tho supreme
court. Under President Cleveland
ho was Indian agent at Grande
Rondo, Mrs. McClane, six sons and
tbreo daughters survive him, and
he has a brother living in New
Jersey. The funeral will take place
at the residence In North Balem at
11 a. m Friday, Rev. Whltaker
The Chill. When the mercury
gets down to forty or fifty degrtea
Fahrenheit, people In this valley
begin to shiver. When a cold,
chilly fog Bottles in with It the
streets are deserted by all who do
not havo to get out. Persons who
have met with aify discouragement
are apt to feel blue and dejirefaied
this weather aud If they aro too
much discouraged grip will gut Its
work In. Meral: Keep up your
Wall paper nt coot Surgaot's.
For a meal that will suit you it all
time Helleubmnd'a Jj tho place,
THE ARTICLES FILED.
To Authorize Hip Foundation of n
Salem Krri I'ubltc Library
The trustees of tho Alka-llcsper-Inn
Literary society have filed sup
plementary articles of Incorporation
Art. 2. The object or said Alka
Hesperian corporation is tho increase
and diffusion of knowledge mining
Its incinlHTh mid to operate uud par
ticipate in a frfe public library in
the city of irnlem, Marlon county,
timo aud mauner of their election.
Art. 4. Tliut this corporation
shall have power at its first regular
meeting after the filing of these
articles as by law required, to olect
uud select tho said trustees of said
free public library.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
II. B. Cono of Woodburn was a
Salem visitor today.
J. G. Wright went to Gervals this
afternoon on busiuess.
Architect McNally isspeudlugthe
afternoon at Woodburn.
Mrs. O. Dickinson took tho after
noon train for Portland.
The tax levy for couuty purposes
in Linn is only 8 mills;
W. A. Shaw is in Oregon City for
J. M. Martin Is ugaiu about after
a severe tassel with la grippe.
T. MoF. Patton was down nt tho
store yesterduy for tbe first timo
after his attack of grip.
Ono drunk aud a vag got five
days each of Recorder Goodell this
S. A. Clarke goes to Mcdford this
evening to attend a farmers' institu
tion iu tho interest of Fruits and
FlowerB of Portlatid.
Oscar Neal of North Salem has
taken a position at Do Loon's bar
Thb now Western saloon, Ohllders
& Lake, props., will bo thrown open
to tho publio this ovoning at 7
H. P. Con'de of Baker City,nccom
puuied by his wife and daughter,
brought two insane patients to the
Tho couuty court has been worlc
lug all day on tlio selection of elec
tion judges aud cleiks.
W. H. Couyers, of Clatskanle, was
in tho city yesterday, bringing a
fair youth from Columbia county to
the reform school. Ho was the guett
of his nephew, A. O. Blackford,
Mrs. Dr. Jouuingsnnd Miss Jen
nings, n student at tho State Uni
versity, who havo been ill aro now
Commissioner Grim was taken
sick this forenoon and has gone
homo to Hubbard. His friends
think ho is threatened witli pneu.
Ten days ouly and still there are
a few raro bargains ut Geo. Iv.
Smith's, In pictures, minors, frames,
The New Year edition of tho In
dependence West Slae has just been
received, and it is a very creditable
sheet, such as will prove of great
vnluo to that city.
Tho county Judgo of Multnomah
county, backed by tho opinions of
Judgo Bellenger, Williams aud
others, proposes to Ignore tho work
of tho stato board of cqallzatlou
and levy taxes for that county on
the basis of tho couuty assessment.
There will probably bo a legal buttle
over tho state tax iovy.
Salem street urchins organized an
army yesterduy evening and after
marching about a while run against
a lot of boys whom they designated us
Chilians. A mud fight resulted unci
tho greaser crowd was cleaned out
just us they would bo If Undo 8um
ever started for that little two million
fuctlou iu South America.
Tho blood-cleansing qualities of
Ayer'a Sursupurillu render it Invalu
able iu skin disorders.
A plut of subdivisions of lot 0,
block 82, Capital Park addition to
Salem, bus been filed today. It
comprises six lots between Mill
creek and Nineteenth street, lying
between State and Ferry.
The Uulty club meets this oven
lug at Unity church parlors. Quota
tions will be hud from J. O. Hol
land, uud other Amerlcuu authors
will bo considered.
Superintendent Downing Is look
log for a discharged prisoner who,
while working at tho state reform
school, slolo a vuluablo ring.
Ayer'a Jlalr Vigor provent tho
hair from fulling, and restores gray
hair to IU original color. Ayer's
Almanac, ut your drugglHt's.
Window whadej nt cost Wm.
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ttsd in Millioas of Homes
Pardoned. -A pardon 1ms bcon
granted to John lltek, h-ih up
from Grant county fr n teim of
two years for uiuusluugliler. There
were many initigatlug circumstan
ces, as the ninn lie snot roae up to
his cabin and Bhot IiIb dog and also
shot nt Flock, nearly hitting him.
His release was strongly reborn
mended. Fink Lucrum Tlio lecture nt
Willamette chapel last eveultig by
Mrs. Dvllo C II. Cox, national W.
C. T. U. organizer, was greolly
appreciated by n fair sized audieucc.
The speaker talked about nu hour,
and all who heard her speak In tho
highest terms of her effort.
Yon've No Idea
How nicely Hood's Snrsnparllln lilts,
tho needs of peoplo who feel "all
tired out" or "run dowu," from any
cause. It seems to oil up the whole
meohunhiii of the body so that nil
moves smoothly mid work becomes
n nooHlvc delight Bo sure to get
Hood's Pills act especially upon
tho liver, rousing It from torpidity
to its natural duties, euro constipa
tion ami assist digestion.
Wanted. A pair of young horses,
must be sound, kind and gontle,
not over 2000 pounds. Salem Land
sells window shndes nt
Prorate. Iu estato of Sarah B.
Woodworth, R. P. Bolso.jr., Orriu
Baker and Geo. Hughes, appraisers,
Ladies Join the class In dress cul
tlug nt 125 Court street.
Notions nt cost Wm. Sargennt.
Those low prlco cloth top Indies'
shoes at R. J. Fleming's State street
shoo store nro having quite a run.
Thoy are the best for the niouoy iu
Wall paper at cost Wm.Snrgeant.
Impuro or vtt'ntcil blood Is
ulno times out of ten caused
by eomo form ot constipation
or Indigestion that clogs up
tlio systora, when tho blood
naturally becomes Impreg
nated with tho clfcto matter.
Tho old Bnrcaparlllas attempt
to reach this condition by at
tacking tho blood with tho drastlo mlucral
"potash." Joy's Ycgctablo Bnrtopartlla Is
modern. It goes to tho scat ot tho trouble
It arouses tho liver, kldno) s and bowels and
Invigorates tho circulation, and tho Impuri
ties nro quickly carrtod off through tho natu
Charles Lee, at BcamlsU's
Third and Markot Mb., 8. F
writes: "I took Itfor vitiated
blood and while- on tho first
bottlo becamo convinced ot
Its merits, for I could tool It
was working a change It
cleansed, purified aud braced
rao up geuorally, and every
thing is now working full aud rcgulur."
For sale by Dan'l. J. Fry, 225 Com.
The Ftiluro Manufacturing Suburbs ot
Portland Alronily a pay Roll of
$10,000 por Month.
It Is a well kuow fuct that n niniiu
factory, employing labor, no matter
whero situated, is the nucleus of a
city. Tho greater tho number of
employees, tho greater tho pros
pective city. Tho Krupp gun works
of Gornmny, support n city of 95,000;
tho Pullman Pulaco Cur Co , of Pull
man, III., n city of 12,000. Oswego,
Oregon, Is in Its Infancy, Today
tiic Oregon Iron & Steol Works, uud
other Industries, makou payroll of
812,000 a month. With mi Increase
In the manufacturing output, tho
city Increases In population. Popu
lation Increases valuo of real estate;
therefore Oswego oflem toduy, to tho
cureful investor, tlio vory best field
or Investment. Oswego is only two
miles outside of Consolidated Port
land. It has cheap train service of
8J cents a trip, and eight trains a
day; also six steam bouts euoh way
on tno wiiinmeue. uswego is a
beautiful slto for a town. Oswego
has' a splendid 2,400 water power,
which Is oflered to manufacturers
for a term of years free, and land
with It. Oswego has pure spring
water Iu pipes over tho town. Os
wego lius a beautiful luko where the
plo'istire-lovers of Portland will soon
establish n summer report. Property
values in Oswego will udvunco
rapidly and pormtinoiitly us Its future
Is founded on the development of
the favorublo location for iiimiu
fuclurlnc. Lots In Oswego invite
tbo homo-seeker, Lots sold on easy
Installment of $10 down uud (5 a
month, Ask tho publisher of this
paper to show you a plat of Oswego,
or address a postal card to Uprth
wlok, Batty & Co., 71 Alder Street
40 Years the Standard
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T S Clark, De Kalb.
L Otermott, Olympla.
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A Frank, P Frank, Stayton.
W L Tuitt, Portland.
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F L Eunge, H N Woodcock, E P
Wm. Cosper, H M Eskeland,
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Ed. Beeves, Jefferson.
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
January S2rt and &)d.
Carl King, in his marvoloua fcata of
tliroucu iv thread llko wlro Hidden arti
cles revealed through tho power ot mind
reading. Carl King I) the Wonder of the Century.
A charinlhg dlvomlon tn tho entertain,
mom It, tlio niutsonl palormuuce of
DON JObE RAMIREZ AND HIS SPAN
Arrayed In plcturcfinuo contumoa and
performing tlio most dllUeult opnratlr, ns
well UH tbo most popular airs on tho man
dollu, uundurrlu add guitar DoulUralrcz
has no equal on thu mandolin. He holds
tho chumplonshlp ot two continents.
AdmWHlon 60a; resorvod scats 7ft ceuts.
for Biilo at ration's book store
Salem Abstract and Loan Co,
Tho only Abstract hooks df Marlon
ooiinty. Heal cstuto orders
11 1 1 oil promptly aud
W. M. H. WATERS,
From baled hay and feed to tlno toilet
soap, Key West olgura, tobacco plpoi,
knlvea.otc. can alwuyft be found ut lowest
No. JUfl.Commerolnl HU, Balem
With thelUablt of using to excess,
LIQUOR, OPIUM OR TOBACCO
Can obtain &
COMPLETE, PERMANENT CURE
forest Orovo, Or,, Call write. Htrlctly
Leaving timo at JIoIso'n wharf, Hulem,
and Ash street dock 1'ortlandi
Monday, 0 n. in. TueKdny, (I a. in
Wednesday, ' Thursday, "
Friday, " Huturday,
AT.. HKIlttKN, Agent,
Ofllce HUto street und ut Wharf.
Iliutlo llocklpg chairs, Betters, gents of-
nee or mining cnairs, itmm suioun, comer
tables, flower stands, baby rocking und
mgu cumin, uic, lur mtia
Or Kxclmiigo for Second
Call and Infpoct ltustla'work at old Court
House, la. All Kluusoi furniture repaired.
ir. T. MARTIN, Prnpr.
' rjU acre of bwt stock and fruit Und Iu
Orrgon for tale nt a bargain. Will sell tn
lots to suit purchaser. Addror call on
a J. HtnUU, KtttguU. Ore.
Ner HJJ vw Or ; KhIU, 7 $ m
Wri" V.EililiWilK r -
at 75o a Poll
Yarns, 8 Cents a Skein,
Special values' In Ladles winter
25c Want Column.
Notices Inserted for ONE CKNT 1'BK
WOltD KAOH INSERTION. No adver
tisement inserted in this eolurun for let
than twenty-five cents.
TTTOn, IUENT Neir house in North
1 Balem. Apply to E. Holer, North
Balem, or at J ouiutAi. office.
mORENT. House of nlno room. Stable
I attached -with city water: Highland
addition. Enquire 80S Cottage street.
mUE ALKA-HESPKRIAN SOCIETY
J. Moots every (Saturday evening; at s
o'clock, In tne hall over the (State Insu
rance building. Meetings are open to tbo
public, Kev. Robert Whitaker, Pres. Ilr.
W. A. Cuslck, Vlco President. lOBtt
J as. Batchelor, Prop'r.
Warm Meals at AU flours oi the Day
None but white labor employed In this
A good substantial meat cooked In first
Twcnty-flve cents per meal,
Court street, botween Opera House out
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Woedn
and Willow ware. All kinds of mill feed.
Also vctretablesaud fruits in their soason.
"Highest Price paid for country produce.'
WOBOllcl a share of your patronage.
0-U ISJHiate street
OREGON STATE SCHOOL JOURNAL &S&
ornn of the Btate department of publio In
structlon. Tbo Journal Is a monthly mag.
nzlno devoted to school and homo educa educa
teon: therefore, It Is indlsponsable to
teachers, and Invaluable to friends of edu
cation In general. Price S1.00 per annum;
flvo or more copies 80 cents each; eampla
cony 10 cents. Address J, II. IIokhkk,
It i7-tf Proprietor, Albany, Or.
E. KI. IHI.A.L'Iv,
bcavo order nt Globe Real Estate Exchange)
Klre and Ma
U. W. BEKLEB, Agent. Balem. Oreco
Conservator' of Music.
superior advantages to student of
music, I'lvo teachers.. Latest methods.
Vocal and Instrumental musto taught to
tbe highest proficiency. No use going east
to study music. Expenses moderate.
Diplomat! given on completion of coarse,
fiext torm begins Feb, . 18M-,.nvlN
,NE OF THE LAKQEHT ESTABUHK
menu In tbe HUite. Lower raws wan
Portland, Largest stock Legal Blanks la
the Htato, and biggest discount. Kead tot
price Hat of Job printing, and catalogue ol
legal blanks. K. M. WAITS,
teau Printer Halm Oroaon,
FEAR & HAMILTON,
Iioaus negotiated on Improved fenn and
Jioom U, Bush Bank block. OlMw
U, H, Pension and Claim agent. P.O
Uox Ml. Nalsm, Oregon. Deputy County
Clor)' Vrlto for blanks, w
To Strawberry Growers.
The undersigned has coDtracteflJfor largt
quantity of the Jessie, (sweenstake prla
wluueruttialom strawberry fair) and Trt
oinphe do (iand, (best ylelder and moat
profitable late berry Iu tialem market.)
from II. W. Havoge, Hnleio, and J W. Gil
bert, Aumsvlllo. Warranted pure steer
aud plants flrst-class. Catalogue tree, road.
Mptember Its. Also ten other vartettoa
Address E. UOYtM,
dw Balem, Oregon
Twenty varletlesof cachforsole. Manual
of culture and rtencrlptlvo catalogue, of
plant of either of these, best of alt tabl
frutu, suitable for this climate, sent on ap
plication to E. HOKKIt, Ualm,Oraoa,
Walem, Oregon. W.I. WAler, PmMt
A. P. Armstrong, Maaaw.
It u Ml ne 8s, ShartkantJ,
Typewriting, PeHBraatu&ta, Jtof IWi
iJopurtmeuU. Wudenta aAwlUM
at any time. Catalogs fW.
J; H.. HAAS
2t5)iCmBirtlISt, $, Ofttat,
(Next stoar to JUs.)
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