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Iffi! CAPITAL JOURNAL.
MONDAY, APRIL 25, J802
C1EO. D. GOODHUE K. GAHILL.
Lime, cement, plaster, balr, flro
and building brick, flro clay, sand,
gtavel, blacksmith and house coal,
wood, all kinds, wholesale and re
tull. Office 05 State street.
Goodhue & Caiiill.
BlLBEar k PATTERSON,
Dealers in Groceries, Crockery,
Glassware, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Brushes, Windowglass, Etc. Sole
Agents for Epicure Tea and Big
Can Baking Powder.
Frouch Candles, Taffies and all
the choicest varieties ever fre9h at
WBSTACOrr & IRWIN.
Aunouucpmeiits of l'laco and Date
Tho candidate-! on the Marlon countylte
piibllcnn ticket will discuss tho political
lilies of tho day at tho time and places
named below, lundldutn of opposite po-
imeai parties aro luvitea to auena ana
participate In tbe rilbcusslon.
.MHieiiia, iuurauay, jny mm, 1 p in
20th, 1 p. m.
Turner, Saturday, "
Auinsvllld, " "
Ktayton, " "
Nlngarv, Monday, "
Mill City, " "
MHtntraa, Tuesday, "
Wbltealter. " "
Hilvfrton Thursday, "
Alt, Ansel. "
Woodburn, Friday, "
Aurora, " "
Brooks, Saturday, "
OervalB, " J'
8t. Paul, Tuesday, "
Champoeg, " "
lluttevllle. Wed , June
Tlowcll. Thursday, "
2Uh, 7 p. m.
21st, 10 a. m.
21st, 2 p. in.
21st, 7 "
d, 1 "
Via, 7 "
21th 1 '
!"5th, 1 "
nth, 7 "
Cth, 10 a in
1.7th, 2 p. in
mil, 8 '
Ttfa, 10 a. ni.
SSth, 2 p. m.
31st, 7 "
1st, 11 a. in.
2d, 1 p, m.
If the weather nermlts. thftsneaklnir at
8al)tn will be In Marlon Square on Satur
day, June 4th nt 2 o'clock in the afternoon;
othurwlse at tho Opcia House at S o'clock
In the evening.
By order of tho County Republican Com
mittee ' I.L.PATTEK3UN,
J. H. MoCormck, Chairman.
DATES OP I.OOAii EVENTS.
Muy 7. Ovide Musiu, violinist.
May 7. General Weaver, at Marion
square, at 1 p. m., and perhaps
Mrs. Mary Lease, of Kansas, for
People's patry. d&w If
Belated Social Events. A
pnrty of little friends ass-enibled
Thursday afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. Qiesy, on High' street, in
honor of Master Willie HendricW
sixth birthday A number of
friends of Miss Mary Van Wagner,
who Is a teacher in the Salem pub
lic schools, pleasantly surprised her
Friday night at her house in East
Bids Opened Suturday bids for
tho new cottage of R. P. Boise, Jr.,
to bo erected at the corner of Liberty
and Division streets. They were as
follews: Harvey & Ault $1,424
dinner & Son $1,397, John Gray!
$1,600, Welch Bros. $1,397, E. F.
Hutcbins $1,483, Hugh Glassford
$1,475, Wickstrom & Cheney $1,335(
E. A. Robertson, $1,325; plumbing
Dugan Bros. $98.75; Barr & Petzel
$120. The contract has not been let.
House Cleaning. When you
clean your house you will need some
new lace curtTAiNS. The finest
assortment of these can be seen at
The Palace 307 Commercial street.
Wanted. A good boy or girl as
appa-utlce In Journal office. Apply
"Special Bargain". Twelve
acres near the city, 800 fruit trees,
good bouse,' w-l I witli pump, west
ern elope, two acres timber, Binall
fruit of every Kind, will bo sold be
Bee Meeks & Scott, 203
Commercial street. 4-23-7t
A fine display of SCOTCH ZEPHYRS in delicate tints
Light summer goods of all
3SC. HE "ST 333" 3SJ
Btock of SPRING GOODS at exact wholesale
Come and see them and you will bo sure to buy.
Bank, - Salem, Oregon.
Ohas. H. Smith at Salem Charged
With a Serious Offense.
The circuit court is liable to have a
sensational divorce proceeding ou
Wm. Woodworth, who has began
divorce proceedings in the circuit
court against his wife for adultery,
charged one Chaa. H. Smith with
alienating his wife's affections, and
Marshal Minto captured him Sun
day at Roseburg, bringing hiui to
Salem ou the overland. Smith is a
Virginian, a pretty good man, who
worked on several Howell prairie
farnis, and has always behaved him
self as a quiet, hard working man
His aflair with Mrs. AlidaE. Wood
worth bos been going on for some
time, and their aflectiou forach
other seemed to be mutual. MivSnd
Mrs. Woodworth have had trouble
with each other for some time, and
they have practically been separated
for some time.
Smith was caught by Mrs. Wood
worth starling' to go to his place of
hiding. She was under the Salem
chief of police's watchful eye, and
he quietly followed her to where
Smith was In wait for the badly
mashed object of his hearts desires.
Smith will have a preliminary ex.
amiuation today and will be bound
THE STORM KING.
Almost a Driving Tornado
Heavy clouds obscured the sun
early Sunday forenoon, some great
drops fell and soon a heavy wind
was lashing the trees from the south.
It kept up nearly all day. Besides
destroying some shade trees and
blowing down some fences no ser
ious damage vas done.
Part of the railing aud one chim
ney was blown off the top of the
Opera house, several passers-by hav
ing a narrow escape. No lives are
reported lost or houses blown down
at or near Salem. At tho Capital
Lumbering Co., one of the big
sraokslacks was blown down and
dns-hed lo pieces. The other stack
was racked four feet out of place.
The mills will not run for a few
days as a result. The oldest inhabi
tant says there has not often been a
blow like tbut so late in the season.
The Holman Electric light works
suffered quito a loss from trees break
ing down wires, and one lamp on
Chemeketa street was broke to
pieces by the cord giving way.
The Telephone Co. sutlers quite a
loss, the trunk lino to Portland
severed and many local wires down.
A Fine Trotting Mare, an Oneco
Colt and Other Horses
Stai zed in a Pasture.
That there is great demand for the
work of the Salem Humane society
no one can doubt.
If you have any doubts and want
to see what beastly, brutal, inhuman
neglect and cruelty can do for a fine
driving animal go around to Minto
& Low's stables and see John Hoi
man's starved Inauguration mare.
The animal has good blood, is young,
can go in 3:00, Is worth $200 and
had a suckling colt when put in a
pasture without enough feed last fall
aud weighed about 1150 lbs. The
colt, sired by Oneco, starved some
time ago and the mare is reduced to
skin and bones the hair is nearly
all otT her skin. When put on tho
scales this morning she barely lipped
the beam at 710 lbs. There were
five of these animals, three belong
ing to Mr. Holman of Albany, who
was paying $15 a month to have
them pastured and put up each
night and fed some grain. People
will wutch the prosecutions in this
esse with great interest. The In
auguratlon mare was a fit mate for
the old mare Calamity.
Two and a Half". That Is, we
sell Furgo'a celebrated $2.50 shoes (
Mor ,ftll,e8 9Dtl Kent R. J. Fleming.
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PUGH'S SALOON CLOSED.
The Placo Gutted Saturday Night
and Shipped for the
Saturday evening the movable
contents of the saloon on State street
run by Chas. and Robt. Pugh were
secretly packed up und shipped out
of towu on. the night freight. Chris
Paulus owns the building aud tin
wholesale liquor dealers have bwn
pressing the Pughs pretty hard, jh
they are considerably embarrassed.
It Is learned that Cutis. Pugh went
to Mill City a week ago and blnce
theu left there and his present
whereabouts are uuknown. Mr.
Paulus will probably open up the
WILL NOT APPROVE.
Mayor to Block Proceedings
on Chemeketa Street.
As The Journal has intimated,
Mayor D'Arcy will not appiovo the
improvement of Chemeketa street
according to the plans of the city
council. When S'.'en today he de
clined to say a word about the
Archie Mason the contractor t
whom was awarded tbe contract for
the Chemeketa street improvement
is authority for the stat-jiucnt that
Mayor D'Arcy will not approve the
ordinance or sign tbe contract.
Humane Wouk. Saturday
Sheriff Cioi3an replevined the half
starved horses ofThoa. Holman
from tho pasture of Gibson & Col-
gnu. The animals were taken to
Minto & Low's fclnblo and are cer
tainly in a pitiful condition. An
action will be brought to bring this
case of ciuel neglect to justice and
if the gentlemen charged with the
neglect aro knowingly to blame
they will be punished. A case of
turning an old horse out to starve
and leaving it out in all of the terri
ble Sunday storm Is reported to the
Humane society from Norlb Salem.
It is probably a fact that hun
dreds of animals, hordes and cattle
are ciuelly neglected and half
etarved in pastures all over the
valley. But this is sadly true in
other states as well uh Oregon.
Sioned Up. Tho contract, speci
fications and bonds for the itn
provment of South Commercial
street to the city limit has been
signed up by the mayor and recorder
and contracting firm, Geo. P.
Goodhue & Co. The trouble about
tbe possession of the papers has
been temporarily udjusted and the
work will now go ahead in proper
Those Chickens. Several letters
havo been written this office In re
gard to some chickens that were
stolen by some boys at Chemawa.
As the boys have been punished
thero is no occasion for any further
publication. The general reputa
tion of tho hoys at Chemewa, espe
cially the Iudians, Is very good, and
we hope justice has been done nil
Having an Effect. Saturday,
when uil the political county central
committees met, was a big day for
the leading clothing store of Salem,
G. W. Johnson & Son. Thoy were
busy all day supplying men of every
shade of political complexion with
fine and complete btock of spring
clothing. They are tho sole agents
for the Albauy Woolen mill goods,
and are having n good sale in them.
Free Social. Thero will be a
free social at tho M. E. church
Wednesday evening, April 27th,
given especially to get acquainted
with the young Christians. All
attend and make it a lime of profit
long to be remembeied. Come at
A Sweet Story. The finest dls
pluy of high grade syrups, six new
brands, the choicest e ver in Salem,
just received at Clark &Eppley's.
Wall paper, window shade, etc.,
lower than ever at Wm, Bureant's,
and fast colors and
301 Commercial $t,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
There U rod snipe hunting n
Sunday was a hard day on street
car drivers nutl horses.
John Whan goes to Portlaud to
fill u place In ut. orchestra.
Capi. J. W. Crawford, Umatilla
Indian aijeut nl Pi tulle ou is in tho
if you don't believe What Brausou
said Saturday juot call and be con
Men's Tuxedo bals in patent
leather aud French calf take a look
at i hem in Wm. Brown and Co.'s
show window, 231 Commercial St.
Miss Jennie Dairach,a well known
telegrapher, is visiting ber brother,
W. R. Darrach, associated press
Tho Elwood went on herregular
trip to Portland this morning. She
took a thousand bales of straw for
The Alka-Hesperian Society sold
their library and cases to the Y. M.
C. A. Saturday night for $80, and
adjourned until fall.
Hon. O. M. Barrett and family of
Sheldon, I-wa, are at tho Willa
mette to temuia a few days. Thpy
spent, the winter in southern Call
Tramps robbed tho house of Mrs.
Hatlte Chequiu, near the & P. Co.
passenger depot, of nearly all tbe
provisions ttie other night.
Walter Lyon, of the Stayton Times
attended the meeting of tbe Re
publican county central committee
of which he is a member.
There will Lo a reception for new
members at the Presbyterian church
this evening ut 7:30 o'clock to
which all menibt-rs of the congrega
tion aro cordially invited.
Capiain Seott, late of tho post
office fore went todny to Mehamu
and will file a claim ou tbeSantium
Hundreds of persons, using Ayer's
Hair Vigor, certify to its' efficacy iu
.restoring to their hair the color aud
beauty of youty.
Ladles' Dotlgola lace shoes patent
loalher tipped, $2.75, at Krauese
Bros. 27-S Commercial street; also
a fine piano will be given away in
Mrs. W. J. Plyniale, of Jackson
ville, Or., was in tho city Jast week.
She is making an official visit to the
newly-iustlluied Rcbekah Degree
lodges, I. O. O. F., of which she it)
E. F. Tucker, manager of the
Guardsman, a military journal ol
Portland, is in the city In the Inter
est of his paper aud looklug up the
military companies of tho second
Persons having bills ngalnst the
Allra-Hesperian society, should pre
sent them to the trustees at once for
settlement E. Hofer, C. B. Brown,
Joe.H Albert, trustees.
The Eloctrio street railway com
pany are running a supply wire by
a short cut to furnish power to the
Rural Cemetery oxtenslon, going
by the S. P. depot aud south on
I'urceis as well as messages are
delivered for sellers and purchasers
by tho Lockwood messenger system.
There will bo a meeting of the
W. C. T. U. nt their free reading
rooms Tuesday the20th at 2:30 p. ni.
A call for report blanks to be filled
and bioughtin t send ut once to
the state union.
Thero will bo a special meeting of
"H" company after the regular
drill this evening. Drill at 8 p, in.
F, C Sellwood, clerK.
The Y. M. C. A. hold their regular
weekly meeting at Insurance hall
at4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. H.
S, Glle conducted tho meeting, and
gave an interesting talk to the young
Shepard C'oulson, of Grant county
and Howard Baiubrldge, of Laue
county were released from tho poul
Prof. Rork will addr-ss the people
of Salem on the issues of tho Pec
ple's party Saturday, April 30th, at
1 o'clock p. in. It
The right thing in a spring over
coat lor street wear gc;s far lu any
gentleman's dress. To be had of
Hart & Taliaferro, Dalrymple block.
Tho state board of railroad com
missioners leave for Albany this
morning on their semi-annual tour
of lns)ection of the Oregon Pacific
railroad. Thoy aro very much
pleased over a receut supreme court
duclhiuii, which reaffirms tho princi
pies laid down in tho granger cases,
and say their decision in the Minne
sota commission case did not affect
the granger cases.
The Portland Telegram quotes
with approval The Journal's criti
cism that tho Republican platform
omitted the portage railway for The
Dalles. Will the Telegram now bo
honest enough to give us the plank
in the Democratic platform on that
subject. Tf it should find none will
It be honest enough to say so,
Undo Uuthrie, of Dallas, is smil
ing on his Salem friends today, He
bays Pilk county 'is all right, but
that eh "ought to have her faco
washed," Mr. Uuthrie is very
auxiodi for better roads and that is
what he moans by hi remark.
Keller & Marsh are smiling over
their Immense stock iu every line of
A number of friend nt Salem arc
agisting A. G. Davis, who 11
nearly l his p. rsouul properly in
eluding five hnfifcM by the IkjiuIuk
of F. LevyV barn, with a IHrat
Itnpuro or vitiated blood la
nine times out of tn entucd
by tomo form of constipation
or indigestion that clogs up
tho system, when tbe blood
naturally becomes Impreg
nated with tho etfete matter.
Tbe old SorsaparlUai attempt
to reach this condition by at
tacking tho blood with the drastic, mineral
"potash." Joy' Vegetable Barsaparllla 1
modern. It goes to the cat ot the trouble.
It arouses tho liver, kidneys and bowel and
InTlgoratcs tho clrculaUon, and the Impuri
ties aro quickly carried off through tho natu
Charles Leo, at Beamish'
Third and Market Sts., 8. F
blood and while on tho first
botUo became convinced ot
It merits, (or rcould feel It
was working a change It
cleansed, purified and braced
mo up generally, and every
thing 1 now working lull and regular."
For sain byDiu'l J. Fry, 225 Com.
Some Bridge History.
Mr.Editer: Thinking thatsome
account of tho building of tho first
two bridges over Mill creek, South
Salem, would be of some interest to
your many readers, T herewith seHd
you a short article In reference to
The first bridge over South Mill
creek on Commercial street, wrs
built in 1856 by Mr. John; was un
covered; had a span of about 100
feet In length; the rest of the ttruct'
uro rested on bents or trestles, ex-
tending to tho foot of Gaiety Hill;
was ubout four f"3t lower than the
one recently torn down, to bo re
placed by the Electric car and wagon
bridge now iu course of construc
tion. It done good service until the
night of Dec. 29, 1801, when it was
washed outof the stream by the great
flood of that date. The writer of this
art'cle, Judge Elijah Williams, (the
father of Major Geo. Williams the
banker, and Hon. Sam. Parker) were
probably the lust persons to cross the
bridge, as they passed on it a mo
ment before It went oil', and the
p'anks were just ready to float. Mr.
Williams was returning from the
residence of S. A. Clark, having
his wife nnd daughter there for
safety, as bis borne on Front street
was considered to be in danger of
the high water of the Willamette.
On the morning of Dec. 3d the ilood
was at its highest point and a wide
body of deep water covered the
space from Gaiety Hill to the north
bt'iit of Mill creek, aud there wrs no
way to reauh tho city at that time,
but luckily nn old skifi came float
ing down the river (tho slough wes
a river then) and wes cacured by
Angus McDonald, and old Scotch
man, employed by Mr. Clark. Some
time after tbe skiff wps caught,
the overland mall, from Sacramento
city to Portland arrived, and was
ferried over in the old skiff, together
with prssongers, and Wells, Fargo &
Co.'s express. When tho water
subsided to tbe creek tho span of
tho bridge wrs floated to a conven
ient spot and secured for a tempo
rary one, until tho new one wps
The bridge just demolished was
commenced early in 1SG2 and was I
think completed in about two
mouths. It had a single span of
two hundred feet and a weather pro
tector on tho south end. The con
tractors were the late Daniel Clarke
andJ.H. Hoyden, alco" dead. The
designer and overseer was A. R.
Stougton, an old man of 81 or 82,
who is now employed by the state
under tho direction of George
Downing, Esq. When tho work
on the bridge was finished and tho
false work was being removed It
commenced to settle and would
have fallen down had not Edward
Connor, In the employ of the con
tractors and who bad been a sailor,
rigged litigli tacklo blocks aud raised
It to its proper level, when benls
were put under to bold it up, From
that time until torn down it did
excellent service and would havo
been good for several years to come.
It cost about $7000 but has fulfilled
Its mission and will soon be re
placed by a mora pretentious and
in every way a better one for the
needs of a largo enterprizlng and
Beforo tho bridge was completed,
bauds being scarce, some young men
volunteered without pay to help
some on tho work, I saw ono slim
young man of about 21 years of ago
driving pins with a huge sledge.
Ho was named J. H. Haas, now tho
Jolly rubicund Jeweler on Commer
cial street. May bis shadow never
grow less. A keg of beer atcod near
by furnished by tho contractors, but
no ono drank to excess. Henry
Haas only smclled of tho mug prob
ably. Perhaps it would not bo out of
place to say hero that during the
height of the flood on tho 3d the
steamer Onward, Captain Geo. A.
Peafeo arrived from Oregou City aud
landed a lot of freight on tbe slto of
tbo mill office of tho Salem Mills
0d ia Million of Hobk
AT ACTUAL COST.
CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.
FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS.
ALL GO UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
FOR CASH ONLY.
G. A. R. Suits $8.50 with buttons Theso suits are nil wool, regulation cut.
. j3l. SS- :b:e&sfx:e2x:d sd oo,
OPPOSITE LADD & BUSH BANK.
ViV Soii it
got jtygf -S5ur 1)
company and on her way up ber up
her crow rescued i.?venty peop'e
from tho tops oflloatlng bouses, logs,
etc., and Captain Pease deserves
grear credit, as bo made tho trip on
purposo to help those in danger.
A. L. BUECKBNHIDQK.
No Other Barsaparllla has the
merit by which Hood's Saisaparilla
has won such a firm hold upon tho
confidence of the people.
No Other comblucs tho .economy
and fatrength which makes "100
Dosc3 Ono Dollar" true only of
No Other posesses the combina
tion, proportion, and process which
make Hood's Barsaparllla peculiar
Hood's Pills euro sick headache.
A. R. Read, managing editor of
tbo Portland Dispatch, spoko to a
full house at tho Saturday night
meeting of tbe Salem Democratio
club. Mr. Read made a skilful pre
sentation of bis subject and under
stands finance and the tariff from
tho tar 111' from tho Democrat stand
point. Mrs. Read 1b with him and
delivered n health lecture ut Cottlo
block at 2 p. in., Monday.
Rcmovo bolls, pimples, and skin
eruptions, by taking Ayer's Sarsa
darllla. LINES DEDICATED TO CHEAP JOHN.
Jones you remember when tradiug
at the cheap John Store
Tbe illfiltlug cheap looking shoes
and clothing l wore;
That is one reason I do not go there
And find my purse is filling as it
no'er did beforo.
I now tret value for each dollar In
That for us laboring pcoplo is bard
euougu to earn;
When patronizing cheap John each
.irflAlntivtlf t itn.li
In return for the same I got nothing
Now I buy Bhoes wbero thoy give
tue piano away,
And find I do not need to buy a pair
When trading with chcao John I
bad to livo on skimmed milk,
Now I wear diamonds and my wife
So, neighbor Jones fall in lino and
bo happy onco more.
As there will always bo a reliable
(Piano) shoo store
When pc3r cheap John Is no more,
I now will bid you, cheap John, a
Waiting to hoar another chestuut
Baby carriages, express wagous
and notions of all kinds at Wm.
Fon Sale. Forty feet front on
Commercial street. First-class busi
ness property. Enquire of Wm. E.
Burke, one-halt block south of
Bush's bank un-stairs. 8-10-tf
Lost. A small brown Scotch
t-rrier. femalo. Tho finder will be
rewarded by leaving at 401 Capitol
street. Mrs. J, L. Parrlsli. 4-22-81
Sroat & Oilo luivo the best aspar
agus you over ato a uew klftl, d-tf
Bahcjain, For a special bargain
iu a good six-room house, lnsldo lo
cation, inquire nt room 0, Bush
Bank building, beforo May 1st.
4 22 4t
A Swekt Story. Tbo nucst dis
play of hish grado syrups, six new
brands, tbo choicest over in Salem.
J"t received at Clark & Eppley'a.
40, Years tl Standard.
That the Only Place to Get Good, Re
liable Clothing is at the
299 Commercial Street.
rrtUK COLUMBIAN KAlIlEXCUltBION
(Ton of much interest surt value,
nccommodntlons coin? to nnd In
in aiuein, wuere tuoso who iniena goiugto ino wouas nir can ODtnin miorma-
nccomraodntlons going to nnd from and
terms witblu the reach of nil. Many pcoplo do not seem to be nllve to tho necessity of
scouring i-ooms nun nccomuiMiatiousinaavnnco. ins esiimnieu mat, ou.uw.uw people,
nu avernRoof 1(0,000 perdayywlll visit the fnlr. This company Is now contract!!);
hotels, which aro bene; built nnd to be built, and It Is a fact that those who do Dot
make provision In advnuco had bolter ulny at home. We would therefore ImpreM
upon thoso who Intend to visit the fair tho Importanceof registering upon our books
and securing tholrccrtlflcatesntonco. Tho further payments ran be made to suit the
convenience or purchaser, any tlmo between now nnd April, 1P0.I. No certificates will
be sold beyond the number of people to whom the company can give all they promts,
viz: First-class accommodations. For full Information cation
SPALDING & ROGERS,
AGENTS, BUSH-BREYMAN BLOCK. ' ' .
J. C. BROWN & CO.
Have Re-opened at the Old Stard with tho most complete
stock vi Sal em 0f
TINWARE, ROAD CARTS.
-BUILDER'S HARDWARE A SPECIALTY.!
Contractors and builders can find here every article tliey
need, in tho most approyed and modern patterns.
SUPERIOR STOVES AKD RANGES.
All tho former customers of Uiis House and the
gonoral trade aro invited to call. Wo will treat you well.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Meats of all Hinds,
Largest disp ay in the city at my mark t. Best ser
vico and prmpt delivery to all parts of tho ity.
US Court anil 110 State Streets,
BLACKFORD.-Sunday April 24,
1302, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Blackford, a son.
CHUBB. At tho resldonco of J.
B. Hennlngor, in Woodburn, Fri
day April 22d, of dropsy of tho
throat, aged 67 years.
Mr. Chubb was an old resident of
Howell Prairlo, and has nmdti his
homo with tbo family of J. B. Hon-
lugor for several years.
DEER. At Buttevlllo, April 21,
1602, Mrs, Jas. P. Ueer, uged 63
Deceased was tho mother of Mrs.
John Vaughn and Mrs. Cono, of
Buttovlllo. Bho was a nensloner of
tbe war of 1812. Mrs. Gear la tbe
woman who a few weeks since fell
down and broke her thigh. Her
funeral was conducted at Buttovlllo
DIVELY.-At tho homo, No. 400
Liberty street, Saturday, April 21,
1602, from scarlet fever, sou of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Dlvely, aged 4 years
and 8 months.
The funeral was from tho residence
at 2 o'clock Sunday to Rural cem
etery. UPSON. Bunday, April 21th, 1802,
at Ids homo lu East Salem, Ed
ward C. Upson, of Inllmuinatlon
of tho bowels, aged 47 years,
Deoeased was born iu Southington,
Conn., und came to Salem two years
pko from Haiitu Crux county, (al.
The fuuerai will bo held Tuesday,
April 20, ut 10 o'clock a, m., at the
CO., of Chicago has established an orenesr
Tlionuri'oso of tlila comrianv Is to crovlde niBt-eUw
while at the fair, at reasonable rates and on
248 Commercial Street. A
O M Barrett and family, Sheldon,
M Solberborg, H D Lewis, L 8
Simons, J N Wolf, BF.
W J Wall, D Llpmau, Now York,
DD Smith, Gervala.
II J Paikcr, Mehauia.
S Gllson, J n Lins, J Colstook, I
E Streot, J W Mutesbaugh. L
SEAMGTREfl3-wanto.l by HsrtATaH
toferro, inorchaut tailors, ot CourV lt.
WANTED. A nuoceeaful bulnw
woman with a doolslon and rr.tod
or ber own to nil position. Addreea,
Will ba received until noon ot (tetuHtey,
April P,lbSTi. for the purcbrse of U mm
story fmmaawcDlw;, situated os Mm MM
side of hummer struct, detweeCwi aA
Uuoiioketti kttteu la this city. Ttorlgltv
Ir roxerved to reject any or aU bfete. A
liberal time will imalvealor m, mmcnriA.
JJlds for Sale f Cowrt House
Having tiwB dlreateft by (ho Hon, Couu
tyCuuHtouUfpowtor iho imclna around,
iho court htmw erounas, t will rttcelvn
bid for same unlit 'I Uun.dy, AprllKlMtt,
uUO o'clock; a, m. A ronU UuiwUl
ba allowed for I'-s removal.
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