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MITTS & GLOVES.
COTTON, LISLE BERLIN, SILK TAFFETA and SILK Gloves and Mitts, just the hand
warfor tha warm weather,
in i niiNHM mi "gfcS.JLS ULO M EQ .wicraara
Bhrri'.z, Gerstor, Napoleon, Minerva and Geneva Gloves, celebrated the world over,
for their fitting and wearing qualities,
Ladies' and Boys' Hosiery a specialty. Sole agents for W. C. C, Corsets.
HIE CAPITAL JOUKKAL.
THURSDAY JUNE 30, 1892
(JILBlillT k Ml'lSON,
Dealers in Groceries, Crockery,
Glassware, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Brushes, Windowglass, Etc. Sole
Agents for Epicure Tea and Big
Can Baking Powder.
m:o. i). oooimun. k.jdahill.
Lime, eotnent, plaster, bulr, lite
and building brick, lire clay, sand,
gravel, blacksmith and house coal,
wood, till kiuds, wholesale and re
tail. Oillco 9.5 State street.
UOODUUK & CAIIIJiL.
Li:orutiK on Auassiz. Pre&l
deut Jordan, of Stanford university,
uddresse I a line audience at Unity
cliureh last evening ou this uottd
SwiHS-Ainerleuti scholar. The
speaker had been a student under
the great naturalist, and spoke of
the man and his work with a prac
tical simplicity which made every
hetrerfeel as though ho were le
ceivlng a message front ait old
friend. Aijusste's greatest strength
lay in his unsophisticated manner
of approaching any scientific inves
tigation, and the speaker claimed
for him the createst influence over
theeducatorrt of the presuntdny. Hi
object was not to teach what to
study, but how to 'study. Rev.
Brown is entitled tJ great credit for
securing such men as Dr. Jordan to
lecture in our city.
A Natural Uuiiiosity. Hon.
Phil. Metscliau today teceived a
gift ftom his friend V. C. Twedule,
of Albany, which is not only a
beautiful thing, but a natural curi
osity besides. It consists ofu ero-4
section cut from an oak tree the
heart of which is dutk wood forming
a perfect Maltese cross, while the
growth ou each of the lour cornets
is light wood perfectly round aud
grown into the dark center in such
a way as to form the Masonic em
blem. The bat k is all in tact and
shows that it is a natural growth.
Mr. Metschan will have the two
surfaces polished and pieacrvo the
same as a sacred relic.
A Novkl Waokk. This forenoon
a novel wager was settled at the fair
ground. A sorrel horse belonging to
Frauk Wheeler was to run a quarter
of a mile aud not make less than a
twenty-two foot jump the whole dis
tance. On trial it was found that his
jumps were about 171 feet, many
less.aud some slightly but very little
o fer. One of the disputants atserts
that the Jrecotd ou a long run is 21
f et 8 inches. The longest horse
jutnpou a bitigle jump is a little
over 30 feet. Albany Democrat.
Uieycli: ToUKXAMKNT. A pi eas
ing invitation is extended to all
wheelmen, both from this city and
neighboring towns to turn out for
the parade July 1th. 0. M. Lock
wood will have charge of tills de
partment, aud all information can
be obtained by culling on him at the
Postal telegruph oillco,
Tjiev Ni:vi:h Go By. People
who are looklug for first class goods
in the grocery line at desirable
price, never go by Ulurk & Eppley's
100 Court street.
The Palace iu the lend 11 rde
Eeeruuckeis for 51.0
nil ii . r. Afel B fi a w
Fine Beveled Mirror.-
301 Commercial Street.
OFFICIAL CANVASS MADE.
Tho Voto Oast for Statu and
District Officers at the Late
Yesterday iu the presence of Gov
ern ir Pennoyer Secretary of State
McBride made the olllcial canvass of
the vote cast in the thirty-one coun
ties at the lato election for the ofUces
of representatives In congress, su
premo judge, attorney general, aud
district olllcers and joint senators
and repiesentatives. The canvas
shows the following total vete:
COSO KKSSMAN FIRST DISTRICT.
Hermann, Rep 18,929
Rigdon. Prolil 1,283
Rork, Peoples 7,518
Veatch, Dem 13,019
CONORKSSMAN SKCOND DISTRICT.
Bright, Prohi 1,178
Ellis, Rep 15,059
Luce, Peoples 5,910
Slater, Dem 12,120
Beunett, Dem 2S.SG3
Moore, Rep 31,438
Walker, Peoples 12,229
Welch, Prohi 2,708
Chamberlain, Dem 35,411
Webster, Rep 34,981
In tho third iudicial district the
voto for judge, attorney aud mem
ber board equalization was as follews:
Burnett, Rep 7,492
Heudrlx, Peoples 1,415
bhaw, Dem 6,518
Uilyeu, Dem G.462
Denton, Peoples 2,074
McCain, Rep - 7,003
Cooley, Dem 5,805
Gibson, Rep 7,180
Miller, Peoples - 2,430
Tilt: STATE HOARD.
Iu the (llllereut judicial districts
the following were elected members
of tho state board of equalizatien:
First Dunlap, Dem.
Second Woodcock, Rep.
Third Gibson, Hep.
Fourth Eiowusdalo, Jlep.
Fifth Wiugate. Rep.
Sixth Hunter, Dem.
Seventh Luckey, Rep.
Coos, Curry and Josephine Van
Crook, Klamath and Lake Cogs
Columbia, Tillamook aud Wash
ington Maxwell, Hep.
Gilliam, Sherman and Wabco -Steiwer,
Union and Umatilla Raley, Dem
Union and Wallowa McAlister,
Sherman aud Wasco Smitu,Dem.
JOINT REl'RESEN TATI VKS.
Coos aud Curry Upton, Rep.
Tillamook and Yamhill Lamson,
Sherman and Wasco Chaudler,
Grant and Harney Richardson,
Klamath and Lake Daly, Dem.
The Railroad Comaiissiom.
Frank J. Miller, clerk of the state
board of railway commisoners.was in
the citv yesterday. He has received
a complaint from II.D. Yett. of Yon-
colla, alleging au overcharge ou a
shipment of lambs from that point
to Portland over the Southern Pa
clllc. Auother was received from E.
J.Thurman.ofSilverton, who charges
that theiallway company removed
a cuttle guatd on tho Springlleld and
Woodbttrn branch where it crosses
his laud. Botli will be heard at tho
meeting of the board next Tuesday.
For Tin: Coast. Parties con
templating going to the Coast are
advised to see R. R. Ryan, rear of
Wlllametteo Hotel. G 22-3t
Those ?2.50 dougola ladles shoes
aro the best for the money ever of
fered in Salem.
The Palace In tho lead 11 yards
eersuckers for $1 00.
Oxford ties, tho very latest styles
at R.J. Flemings.
,,,,,-,-nail wnillfvirtl IH'IISS I. II
Yesterday was tho C. W. B. M.
day. The delegates with a good
audience were called to order at 9 a.
m. by Mrs. S. R. Osliorn, of Salem,
who stated that the president, Mrs.
Leach. ofSaleiu, was not able to be
present. The convention chose Mrs.
J. F. Stewart, of Albany, as tem
porary chairman. Mrs. Stanley de
livered the welcome address. Tho
address was instructive, encourag
ing and well delivered. Mrs. Os
born read a greeting from the na
tional corresponding secretary, also
one from tho C. W. B. M. or
gauizition from Washington and
Elder Welzell responded to the
Committees ou uoininatlou and
enrollment and future work aud
resolutions were appointed.
Mrs. Florence Warinuer read a
paper ou "Obedience and Sacrifice."
Mrs. Osborn, who is secretary, read
her annual report. The president
belutt sick all the work of the so
ciety fell upon the secretary. The
number of societies is te eiiteeit.
At 11 a. in. the audicuce assem
bled to hear the addrets of the day
by Elder J. N. Smith. Praj er by
W. F. Cowden, Oregon and Wash
The gospel Elder Smith compared
to water. This was an eloquent
and instructive discourt-e.
FRIDAY, JULY 1.
9 a. m. Bible reading. "Resut
rectiou of Man."
10 a. m. Reports from churches.
11 a. m. Paper by Win. F. Cow
den, General Evangelist for the
Northwest, "The Eiemeuts of Sue
cess in Local Chinch Work." Dis
cussion. 2.30 p. m. Song service.
3 p. in. "Southern Oiegon, Its
Needs," P. It. Burnett, Medford.
3.30 p. iu. "Eastern Oregon, its
Needs," J. W. Jenkins.
4 p. m. Reports of Committees.
7.30 p.m. Song service.
8 p. m. Sermon.
Religious Movement. Duriug
the past few days some remarkable
exhibitions of religious Zeal-or intol
erance have been made iu Oregon's
holy capital. There aro even iudls
criminate persons actually discuss
ing religious topics, persons who have
never before been knowu to posess
auy convictions on the subject. A
mong other tilings a very plain wo
man is preaching to the masses as it
is supposed the diciples of old taught.
This Is what she claims, but some
who would hold the spiritual desti
ny of our people In their palms, will
have it otherwise. They bay she Is
a dangerous woman, a mesmerist, a
hypnotist, that she knocks people
silly with her arguments, aud that
she should be ruu out of tho city.
This the woman does not contradict
but simply goes on preaching to tho
crowds. Terrible calamities aro yet
looked for in Salem. One of tho
neighborhood cows is said to be giv
ing bloody milk, their cat lias grown
crosseyed, aud an honorable citizen
claims to have seen none other than
this pleaching woman riding over
the city on a broom-stick at tho mid
night hour. Surely something
ought to be done before the thiug
goes auy further. Services twice a
day at tho tent.
Incori'ohations. Ai tides Incor
porating the following new enter
prises iu the state ot Oregon were
filed with the secretary or state yes
terday: The Willamette United
Piesbyteriau church, of Oak'and;
incorporators, J. (.'. Brown, Her
man Holstein and William Morgan;
estimated value of property, $3000.
Tho Star Laundry Co., of Portland;
capital stock, 1000; F. O. Bulltim,
F. N. Pendleton and C. A. Dahl
strom, incorporat')is. . .The John F.
Cordray Co., incorporated by L. L.
Hawkius, J. M. Strowbridge, Will
ium O. Allen, Jacob Kanlm, I. F.
Powers, D. McKay, John F. Cor
dray, C. A.Wa&sandL. B. Morgati;
capital stock, 400,000; object, to
build and maintain a theater In Por-
qMMITB8CBBBlW3PWPW0BPl I.J IP-
is a Snap.
LOCAL AND rERSU.NAL.
Wheat Is down to CO cent.
Ladies' and children's underwear
nt cut prices. Oaburn'B Racket store.
Miss Helen Osburn returned this
morning from a short visit nt Al
bany. M. V. Rork, started for Omaha
yesterday to attend the People's
Miss Helen Osburn, of Salem, Is
visiting in this city, tho guest of
Mrs. Jay W. Blain.-Albany Her
ald. Flags, nil sizes for decoration at
E. F. Osburu's Racket store.
Tho Oregon Railroad Commission
will meet at the tho State house
Secretary McBride Is In Eugeue
today, aud will go homo before re-
Mnj. Frauk Hodgklu, returned
home this morning from a two
weeks visit to California.
G. W. Grny aud daughter Jeuulo
returued today from a pleasant so
jouru at Gearheart Park.
Couuty Judge-elect Hubbard has
moved to tho city with his family
aud resides on uorth Cottage street,
B. F. Shepard, aged 30, aud Fau
ule Roberts, aged 23, were today
served with the necessary creden
tials to commit matritnouy.
Miss Mauuela Flores, who has
made her home with Mrs. Wagner,
left last evening ou the overland
train, for Los Augeles, Cal.
President Jordan was tho guest
of Maj. Geo. Williams while In the
city, he left this moruiug for Port,
Umatilla county yesterday contri
buted two boarders to the state pris
on, one Laudstrotu, for two years,
and one Smith for one year.
John Baker, the roaring Demo
crat of tho Garden road, says he
was not tho Johu Baker that had a
runaway yesterday, aud says he ed
ucated his horse to know better.
Mr. Lauder, who was brought up
from Mibsion bottom on charge of
iiibanity, was upon examination dis
charged. N. M. McDauiel Rot a letter from
Salem a day or two ago which stated
that a man over there stands ready
to trade htm a farm iu Polk couuty
which cost $2,000 lor "Minnie K,"
the lightning pacer. The ofler is no
Inducement," says Newt; "noi
would a J3,000 farm bo." Valley
Prof. Morrisou, of Indiana, who
will be president of tho Highland
polytechiuc school 1s expected soon
with his family. Ho will be assisted
by his son, also by Piof. Douglass
and wife, of DesMolues, Iowa. The
school will bo opened about Sept 1st.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Invariably
relieves, and, If takon in time, often
cures consumption. Sold by all
druggists. Price $1.
The best place for bargains In the
largest and best assorted Hue of
trunks, valises and traveling bags.
Capital Ad veuture Co. 0-29-4t
Tho Palaco in tho lead--ll yards
seersuckers for 51.00
The ladies rush for our beautiful
bargain liuo of shoes and oxford ties
in tho latest styles and shapes, like
they rush for ice cream soda. See
corner wiudow display. Capital
Adventure Co. 0-29-4t.
Royally at Salem. Tho world-:
reuouued original and only Mrs.
Gen'I Tom Thumb (tho Countess
Magri), the Royal midgets Count
Magri and Baron Magri, and the
Lillnutlans, will appear at the opera
house on Juno 30, giving two per
formances, evening at 8 o'clock,
and a grand family and school mat
inee at 3 n. m.. presenting the new
musical Pantomical Fxtravagauza
"The Rivals" and "Gulliver among
tho LiliputiatiH," an entertainment
absolutely refined In tone and iiletif
lug in eltect. Also, tho European
celebrities and American rellned
specialty eutertaiuers, Including the
Flno lino of children's dresses nt
Bert Hoover, who wiih for somo
years In the Oregon Land Com
pany's olllce, aud Is now a Htudont
at Stanford university, has been
appointed assistant ou the geological
survey of Arkansas.
A line of bed lounges of entirely
new designs Just In at Keller &
One Pure Baking Powder.
like Telling a Secret.
A story is told and it is a true story that over seventy
per cent, of all the baking powders sold contain either alum
or ammonia, and many of these powders contain both. The
ill effects upon tho system of food raised by alum or ammo
nia powders are the more dangerous because of their insidious
character. It would be less dangerous for the people were it
fatal at once, for then such food would bo avoided, but their
baneful action because imperceptible at first and slow in its
advances, is no less certain.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is declared by all
authorities as free from alum, ammonia or any other ndul.
terant. Its purity has never been questioned, and while it
does finer and better work, it costs no more at retail than
many of the adulterated powders.
"" !! III in.
J. V. 8. Is the only &iraparll!a tbst old or
feeble peoplo should take, as the mineral
potash which Ii la every other Eanapatllla,
that we know of, Is under certain conditions
known to be cmaclatlnj. J. V. & on the
contrary Is purely TCjctable and atlmulatea
digestion and creates new blood, the yery
thing fur old dclkate or broken down people.
It builds them up and prolongs their lives.
A ci4o In peint:
Mrs. Beldcn an estimable and elderly lady
of 610 Mason St., S. R was for months declin
ing so rapidly as to seriously alarm her family.
Itgot to bad that she was finally afflicted with
fainting spells. Bho writes: "While in that
dangerous condition I saw some ot tho testi
monials concerning J, V. 8. and sent for a
bottle. That marked the turning point I
regained my lost flesh and strength and haTS
not felt to well In ) cars." That was two
ycari ago and Mrs. Beldcn Is well and hearty
to-day, and still taking J. V. &
It you are old or fcoblo and want to be
built up. Ask for
Most modem, most effective, largest bottle.
Bame price, ?l.00, six for lioo.
For sale by Dau'l J. Fry, 22o Com-
STILL AT IT.
Tho 4th of July Committees Devel
oping New Attractions.
iThe4th of July is drawing near,
aud the celebratlou is growing apace
In lino shape After sotno dllllciilt
figuring the 2d Regt., baud has been
Induced to remain at home, which
adds a valuable feature.
Tho committees on industrial
parade aud tribes of tho earth re
port wonderful success, nnd good
displays may be looked for in both
All who wish to enter the "Tribes
of tho Earth" are requested to meet
at W. F. Dugan's oillco Thursday
eveuiug at 8 o'clock.
CAN YOU SINCt?
All singers are invited to meet at
the Congregational church parlors
next Friday evening at 8 o'clock for
rehersal of 4th of July music.
Clias. Ford has consented to s-iug
a patriotlo solo on tho 4th, which, of
itself, will attract many lovers of
good music to tho giouuds.
Thj encampment will coin
prise two military com panics from
Salem, one from Eugeue, one each
from Hubbard and Albany and a
company of marine cadets from Eu
gene. This company has thirty
men and two cannons aud two mo
tars. HAND MUSIC.
Six baud8are alieady engaged to
play ou tho 4th, headed by tho 2nd
Regiment baud of Salem. The oth
ers aro fiom Dayton, Rickreal, Mou
mouth, Joflersou, and Woodburn.
This will givo Salem a grand array
of brass music. The band coulest
will be of gteat Interest.
Our band have been engaged to
play at Salem on tho Fourth. Tho
boys aro practicing hard aud will
make good music as well as piesent
a ueat appearance. Wo aro proud
to say that we have ouo of tho best
bauds iu tho country. Much ctedit
is duo to their leader, Mr. Simon
ton, for his untiring work iu in
stiuetlng them. Rickreal Cones
pondeut. .i i - .i e ii ...
Wonderful cures by Ayer's Sarsa
parilla In every part of tho land.
Write for names.
Newest lino of coiset covers atThe
Palace, 307 Coinmeicial.
Auy ono going East cannot allbrd
to miss seeing Shaw & Downing,
agents of tho Northern Paclllc rail
way. They niako ho lowest rates.
Tho excellent service of the Lock
wood messengers Is getting to bo the
talk of tho town.
Tho electrio ears stop tit tho Capi
tal Adventure Co., wheio tho gen
tlemen all go for lino bargains in
clothing, hats, underwear and furn
ishing goodd. Tho cheapest, aud
Tho Palaco In tho lead 11 yaids
seersuckers for $1.00
Tho firm of Spiiurue &. Allen is
dlss)Ivod,a. U. Sprnguo having pur
chased thu entile Ijiltilies.s. All bills
will be payable to him.
0. J). Ri'iiAaui:.
F. T. Au,iw,
Good goods and handsome designs
in carpets. Huron it Son.
CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.
FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS,
ALL GO UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
FOR CASH' ONLY.
G. A. K. Suits $8.50 with buttons Theso suits nro nil wool, regulation cut.
Nico and soft mid cool, just the thine: for the hot days.
IDpN'T FORGET TI-IB PLACE AT Tl-IE
WOOLBN MILL STORK,
!K Commercial Street,
Bids Coming in. iMnnnger Der
ly of tho Siiletu Motor company, In
forms tho writer that bldi ou ma
terial for thelrelectrio liuo are rapid
ly coming In. Also that thoy tire
dully expecting Ensteru parties to
llgure on tnotoia, cars, overhead fix
tures, etc. They prefer to buy power
hut if none 1b ollered in time
they propose to ' manufacture their
own Invialblo lluld. It would seem
that this Is n favorable titr.o to start
an electrio power establishment iu
At tiu: Fair G hounds. The
pavilllou is being put under no
roof. The rafters mid sheeting are
on aud tho shingling will proceed
forthwith. Tho now machinery
hall will be built at onco where the
llttlo fruit palace now stands, nnd
tho latter will bo moved just north
of the walk. It will again bo do
coraled with fruits for tho Marlon
county fruitgrowers association.
On Tun Itivcit. Tho steamer
I long came down this moruiug with
a cargo of wheat for tho tialcin
llouriug mills, and left for
Oregon City about 3 o'clock.
Captain ltauli thinks thoy cau
runup to Kaleni as lato as August
with the river falling at Its present
rate. Tho Hoag will bring an ox
cursiou to Salem on the 4th.
Tin; Capitals Tunduk Ti:am.
Thero was a meeting last evening
at tho hall of Capital Englno com
pany when a tendei team was or
ganized by electing C. A. Latighend
president; II. E. Albert, secretary;
John Molr, treasurer; and Tom Gol
don, foreman. A voto of thanks
was tendered W. J. Ilolman, It. II.
Pi Ico and Wni. J. Clarke for assist
ing iu tho organization. Twenty
boys slgnillcd their wllllngtiess to
participate and train.
Tiii:y Come and Go. E. Eller,
Is back again from Portland, and
will relieve W. A. Darrtgh as night
operator In tho Western Union oillco
Mr. Darragh will go to Portland,
(luting tho time ho has been in Ba
lem, ho has made many friends who
will regret his dopartuio.
MAlCINU CltlMINALH. Blipt.
Miles yesterday refused to receive a
boy sent from Umatilla county for
larceny, on tho urouml that tho re
form school Is already filled to Its
limits. Tho boy was returned aud
will no doubt bo sent to tho peniten
tiary, and thus bo branded for lire.
Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been In
tho drug business at Elktou, Ky.,
for tho past twolvo years, Bays:
"Chamberlain's Cough ltemedy
gives better satisfaction than any
other cough intdlelne I have over
Bold." Thero U good reason for this
No other will curoa cold so quickly;
no other Is so certain u preventative
aud cure for croup; no other allords
so much relief In cases of whooping
cough. For sale by Geo. E. Good
A Nov Kind at IiiKuraucu.
For twcnty-llvo cunts you can In
sure yourself und faintly agulnst any
bud results from an attack of bowel
complaint during tho summer. Ono
or two doses of Chamberlain's Colic,
Choleru and Dlarrhoeu Beuiedy will
cure any ordinary case. It nover
falls and Is pleasant and euro to tako
No family cau ullord to be without
it. For sale at IK uud CO centw per
bottle by Geo. E, Good, druggist.
To Til K Ladu-H. "Vlavl" statidd
ulono. thu greatest medical discovery
,,f tin. tiiii.'iw-inli centiirv. (From
au M. U, In tho Ladles' Health
Juurnal, Newark, Ohlo.j You uro
cordially Invited to call and Investi
gate fur yourscIviH. Oillco over 4
and 0 cent stote, Colllu-Purkliurst
block, I'oinnitrelul smut, H.dem,
'Ilioito uuliiippy jtrin vthonutTtr Irmn
ntrwiU.nmttuJoj'.iwii lunliouul ii.eUar
ttr'dUi.lo NurVM l'lil, ltlcU uro luuUe
exprrnkiy lur lrviiltu, nvtvuu., d)llo
Moiiicn wltti (tle, oolnrliM fucei, who
rci'lMwik uuil Uibu.i.it,'.U. lll rctelvo
u.it Ii meiiUI Hint Uuliy vucor by imIuk
i.'iifir'4 Iron I'liin. ii.:ii nto luadulor tliu
blood, iyrr una cMjituiou.
Hiiurv WvcJunU ltvllutluiiBu combined
with UoUeriUku!iulUkediu Ibube.l
uivuuiluUM, liiakDtUrwr'ob. W. x 11.
lljukuciiel'JuUur.tUtibu.tlu tbtt inarBU,
I'rlco Vi couln.
-OPPOSITE LADD & BUSH BANK.-
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BROOKS & HARRITT,
Head quarters for Fourth of July Goods. Country orders filled at lowe3t
F. V. Shellleld, Portlnnd.
J. O. Flaudor, Portland.
E. Ellor, Portland.
E. C. Larkiu, Portland.
F. Grenwold, Portlaud.
Mrs. Geuoral Tom Thumb Co.
Count & Countess Magri.
II. II. lloblusou,
Bam Cohu, J. II. Btnlth, Port
land. W. II. Cody, Buffalo.
Chas. Elgin, W. E. Dickinson,
Thos. Allison, Bclo.
E. V. Johson, A. P. Cooper, W.
Ed. Wade, New York.
Part of Tom Thumb Company.
Esoai'i:d. A lemon colored cay
tiso was seen vaulting tho vorlox of
tho viaduct. Tho undersigned Is
willing to tako him baok ou reason
able terms. Jos. CijAKK.
Plenty of chluook salmon, fresh
eggs and poultry at Davison &
White's Court street market.
If you want u team of any kind,
see Kynn & Co. C-10-tf
Oveigaltcrs &1.00,d,2J and $1.50 nt
It. G. Flemings.
EvinivnoDY Gok. Where?
Why, to llellenbinnd's restaurant.
Carpets of tho uowest at Burette.
Win. Manning 1 building a sub
stantial addition to his residence on
Ferry and Wlntorstreotp.
lliree Tilings to Heiiiembcr.
Hood's Barsaparllla has tho most
Hood's Barsaparllln has won un
Hood's Harsaparllla accomplishes
tho greatest Ctmi-s,
Is it not medicine for you?
Consumption Is caused by loss o
tho peristaltic acllou of the bowels
Hood's Pills restore this action aud
City Tax Notice.
NOTICK U liorcby (,'lvon to the Uix pay.
cntoi tliuclly of Hulein, tlmt tliu u
euMiinontiolliit tliuclly ot Huiem for tho
your Isul', him boon plucod In my buudH fur
thecolli-ctlui) ofluxi'H; nnd thutlho Uxwt
vliurKi-d thereon uro now due uud payable
nt my oillco ut tho IihdIc of Win. lint-land
A Co, In thu city. ll Uiich reiiialnliig un
paid ullcrtlio vMiluyof July, Ituri, will
bo it'turnod iu delliimifiut.
K. J. HWAI'KOHI).
City Tux Collector.
Hulem.JiineZI, WW. 0-Xi0t
J. M, Needham,
HOUSK PAIXSTINO, KAlO
MININ'O, PAP13II HANGING,
NATURAL WOOD FINISH INtf.
Leave orders J, Irwin's, rear of i inUIi
Kleiner's di uv store.
Hernia and Chronic Diseases
DH'ri. BHIMP& JIOUBEK,
Devote spechtl attention to Nervous, Cut
llvrulu (ruplurv) curt-d without pulu or
deieutlou iroui busluts and Gvirant'M la
.ery variety uf Keiuule aud Cbronlo
dUeuses lieuled by Hie most advanced
methods known to Electrical and Mediuil
MMeuce. Iweiily yi-urs expcrletico in sur
ery uud the uppllcatlou of electricity.
umco'JM Ooiuuurclkl street,, Uiuu-lirey.
liiun Iil.k, balem.
COST. . 1
Removed to 140 State,
sin a nop &co.,
Spring suit SI0 worth S20; pants 5.00
Worth S7.0U, Kvorythtuu cheap. If clothes
dou't lit oiiHtomcrs need not tako same.
Cull nud look over goods, 0-1-1 m
"A red and whlto spotted cow wlth calf.
Uoth can silt, aud branded on right hip.
Owner can get same by nettling with
6-2lH? (JUAB MKIH,Ankeny.
M. T. RINEMAN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Crockery, Glasswnre,' Lamps, Wodon
and Willow ware. All kinds of mill feed,
Alvo veEotnblesuiid fruits In their jscasou.
"ltlghost I'rtce paid for country produce."
Wesollcl UBharo of your patronage,
0-9 ha Utate street
Salem Abstract and Loan Co.
Tho only Abstract books of Marlon
couuty. Kcal estate orders
filled promptly and
W. H. H. WATERS,
ELLIS & WHITLEY,
South of,Wltlratt Hotsl,
AltltllCS a full lino ofUtaple and fancy
uiocerlts, I'Tcnn vcguiuoits auu uer
tles In season, llutlur und Ki'gu al
ways on bund,
23(3 Com'l St.
OurTKarecTION' BYRUJOKfrM with tT.rr fottlh
Itflnil. I)MwtBTAI.V. 1'UEVKNTK STIllCTVItU
Cium OOSiOHIUIUU a.t.1 0 LKET luOlll. rues JJ.
A QUICK CUIUS br I.LVCOUUIIIKA or VIUTRS.
MALTDOKMVMtrtliiuOu.. l-(Mi AWKB. OIIH
TO BUILD.IS A PLEASURE
When you seo those new 1891
designs in Books 4 and 5, "Houses
nm PnHfirrne "
Hlro, 8x10 Inches. Contains now dcslfins,
new styles, latest Idrus In pluunlng-. No.'
I has K deslifiis rlnsaltlcd from f 150 up to
IGtXi, ubout half under IIUUO Mo. 6 ton
tnliMOideslUN of Uilllni;s nostlug over
IIS00, inuny froimll0U up to tsoiu. Many
new Houtheru or resort styles o( hoiuea In
I'rke, ft cuch.or the two for II.' 0.
D. S. HOPKINS
Atchitect, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Nollco to Urldyo Kullilers.
Iu prrsuanco ot an order of the Moo,
County Court of Marlon county, bids will
be received at the otllce of the aouisty olef fct
until ruesday.JiiiyB, uirj, at i ovjook .
m , for tuocoiulruotlonof a hridtt, vur
sUlluKiif itsjiiii of 1U0 feet and twos,
iinuienes of d feet In lilt) airureif ate. UNII
he Utile noith fork of the rHtultam ilveK
I'he cuuri rrservu tlierknt u rrJeet Mty
U-.U-dw-ld , Oouttty OMfk
rMt'ltOVUO OlIDMK UK KKD M
1 KaiAtakuu '1TIU , Htm,
toutiill every 'thursday ulu)r, t
V. n. MAW!
rildNK O. WATtm&.lb
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