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mm FAIR BILL
Peace Owwittk f the
Iknm Agree t Terms.
srwmry of tiw SftiliHS of Ool-
fAtt, Aug. 2.-Thl te thfr four
iodrtdth wmlverMry day on
ttleh Columbus Bet mII from Palos
tward on lite voyage of discovery.
Plw fertivltUw arrangwl Here wr
eletmtllng tho day were carried out
Willi great eclat. The American
?OTg mm dteplsyed on numerous
I buildings. -
K At 8,0'CIOCK. Uie uour b wmuu
"'Columbus iWnn his voyage, the
- tkruval 3anta Marin, constructed li)
' imiutioii of tiie vewwl of that name
. belonging 10 tho Culumbui expedi
tion, set bcr mm auu tmuBeu
trough (be lines of wur sbipc
Anchored outside tbe bur amid
Ubondering salutes nud deafening
fehcera. Tbe mist and smoke from
, the, guns made it impouslhlu U
israt!li the manouvers of the ouravul
Hwhloli followed for some distance
route taken by Oilumbm 400
ago. At o o'chiuk me jhik
ifetftel returned nud eutered tbt
World's Pair BUI.
Washin'otom, Aug. 8. A pence
iflonimltleoof ten members of the
jjtouseon the world's fnir matter
met this morning and as hours pro-
ed statements of those who
nie out of the conference was that
In agreement will probably be reach-
About nno.o'clock tbe following
Is was agreed to. '
The house to reconsider Us notion?
tbe sundry civil bill by which it
jrmf toseuntoamondniout appro-
riutlDK Ave million dollars for
h world's fair, and tbe bill to be
Mil, Imuk to conference with tbe
titderstHudlug it shall be ellmln-
ltm ftifia the bill. Dur borrow
pr irld's fair bill shall be taken up
Mid shall be voted on Saturday,
Arei'iunt carried by bill however is
So tie reduced from five millions to
tjtwo iulloiiB five hundred thousand
im'hm and mndo a direct giit.
The, committee simply submits
IfcU agreement to caucus and mem-
era ;iro not bound to vote in favor
Dtifborrow bill. They merely
grea If caucus adopts tho piop'islt-
Ion uut to tllibuster uealnst It. Cnu-
ggens nibt at X p. in.
Warrants Against Prick, Etc.
I'lTrsnimtJ. Penn., Aug.8. Hugh
is, nstriKe leaner this morning
rdHNntll nllt n iim.ubti A... ..-
kw.u uU u nunuui. mr ine arrest
MtfJH. V. Frlok, chairman 8. F. T.
"vejoy, dec. J. G. A. Leishman
adll. M. Curry, offlcinla of the
tfCarnegle company. J. A. Potter
Had G. A. Corrl, sunt, at the mill.
rt A. and William PInkerton
half dozen of their men who
; part In the tight at Homestead.
barging tbenvwlth murder. Prob-
M Information will bo made later
!& them for conspiracy to do-
s 'Wages or workmen nud to
neiterlotby bringing nrmed moii
ito Hometoad. Suits wero delaved
i account of shooting of Frick nud
ta.not (bo Intention to nrreRt
him at present.
.Result j)f an Old Brawl.
Cincinnati, Aug. 8,-Juhn Hum
na, a thentilcul mnunger of
iUvllle, anil formerly of New
fork and Philadelphia, Is dying In
i hospital In this city. Ho cannot
Icly recover. Some weeks aao
i was injured In a brawl In a De-
U house. Ho was out about tho
ItandSvaa.taken to a hosnltnl.
i whs discharged as cured, and
i uere ju uays ago. Two davs
the fell on the sldowalk, and au
i m ma brain developed.
Murdered for His Money.
KpXAHA, Aug. 8.-A special from
Uugs, Neb., sayH Doiovnn 8.
wa murdered by unkuowu
dub. His body was fouud this
ruing In a desoitod shnnty lying
i pool of blood. Colo was one of
i wealthiest men in the city. The
, or t ho murder was probably
laalde of Three Mile Limit.
Malxyax, N. 8 Aug. !). The
1 have struck lu ulotig the
of St. Mary's Hay. American
mi are reported to bo flithlng
or three mllo limit. Cruiser
r has been sent to put a
It. UucotUlrmeJ reimrt of
i of uu American muckerel
feMKft to FiftMa Thow Peo
ple ia XeVraska.
JJKATKIOE, Neb., Aug. 3. Fifteen
thousand people were at tlio Chaut
auqua grounds yesterday afternoon
to hear a speech by Governor
McKlnley, of Ohio. Tbe governor
said, In beginning, that tho latest
national Democratic platform Is a
bolder recognition of free trade than
any of Its predecessors,aud analyzed
it at length, quoting tho points re
ported by tho committee and strick
en out before tho plalfonnwas final
ly adopted. As to the charge that
a protective tarltl Is uucoustltutlonal
the governor said Us constitution
ality has not been seriously ques
tioned In more than ono hundred
i nnra. It the nrotectlve policy Is a
violation of any constitution, It Is
not that of the United States,
We cannot hnvo free trade In this
country without having free trade
conditions. Tbe Dcmocratlo plat
form demands it upon tbeso con
lltlons, and Is bound to have it at
iuycost, llie world knows what
-hese conditions aie. 'Ibe farmers
ind workmen of England Know
what they arc. Thousands of men
ivbo work both systems know these
conditions, and to Introduce then,
uere will brlug wide-spread discon
tent, revolutionize values, and H
vvlll bo self-destructive. Cleveland
Joined the choir of calamities In blh
rtpeech of acceptance. "I iear,"
mid Mr. McKlnley, "that he bad
not then read the report of the sn.
tie committee appointed to Investi
gate tbe etleut of tbe now tarill law
upon the consumer and the pro
ducer and tho wages of labor."
This report was unanimous, and
McKlnley asseited showed a decline
,u the retail price of 214 selected
articles of comfort and necessity,
t'he report shows in every part, be
said, a constant tendency to lowei
prices of the necesojries of llfo and
its comfortB. The report also shows
that while the cost of living de
creased hero, it appears that wayes
in special Industries selected uvei
aued in tho United States 77 per
cent, greater than in Great Britain,
which is under tho Democratic free
trade revenue tarill. May 1 not in
tlio light of this report and fueiB
everywhere observable remind
Clovuland that In tho year 1892 we
aro confronted by conditions and
not u theory. Tlio truth Is, the
protective tariff has cheapened every
manufactured product, not by
cheapening labor, but by Its high
lowards, securing from labor Its
highest elllcienoy, substantially
everything which protection direct
ly altecls bus been reduced in price
except lubor, The fact Is well es
tablished by reportB from all conn
tiles that at this time, whllo de
pression and auxlcty exist In their
industries, there Is prosperity 'in the
United States aloue. During the
last fiscal year we sold abroad nearr
ly $203,000,000 umre than be bought
abroad. This was nn excess in our
...m lilt fniu.ti.itii.a .kilt. I tr tin
and which we have at home circu
lating among our people. MoKlnlej
quoted figures to show that under
free trade rovonuo tarlfl from '17 to
'01 tho balance of trade against us
was rnoro than $431,000,000. In flf
teon years, from '70 to '01, with
protection, the balance of tiade In
our favor was 51,040,115,210.
McKlnley argued at length In re
filiation of tho Dcmpuratlo assertion
that the farmor would bo bcuelltted
by n rcvonuo tariff. What farmers
want Ib consumers and fewer com
petitors. Ho wants these consumers
steady mid regular, and has such In
05,000,000 of nonsumurs in this coun
try who are the best and most proll
table Qonsumeid on tho globe. The
agriculturists of this country do not
want more farmers; they want more
pooplo who ito not raise their own
food, and whom thuy cm supply.
Evory now Industry Increases the
farmor's homo market and furnishes
him with what lie mos wauls
proll table uUHtomers.
McKlnly quoted from tho ut
terances of Gladstone and Cardinal
Manning to show that freo-trndo
England has in many parts not
only been stationary, but decreas
ing, lu mini population, and said
there was nothing lu tho conditions
of agriculture lu that country to in
duce our farmers to exchange what
they hnvo got for what It oilers.
DEATH BY A BULL.
Ike Terrible Fate of a New York
BoiiK.-taCTADY.N. Y.,Aug. 3. Af
ter u hard battle between Martin II.
Smith, who works the farm of Webb
Hagaj, near Ephratah.and a big red
Durham bull, Smith was so terribly
gored that be died In two hours.
Smith went out to salt the cattle.and
tbe bull charged him when his back
was turned. He had turned as the
bull charged, and Jumped alde nnd
planted a blow across tbe animal's
bead. This infuriated tbe bull, nud
three times he charged, and each
lime Smith succeeded In dodging,
and made efforts to reach the fence,
which was several rods away He
plied his club,but this only Infuriated
tlio animal the more. Flndiy Smith
broke his clulyiud hoalmcd the Jag
ied end of the stick at the eyes of
iho bull, hoping to blind him. All
this lime he yelled for help, but the
bouso wa9 half a mile distant and
the road was hidden by trees. The
bull caught tbe sharp end of the
elub upon the forehead, and lower
lug his head he tossed Smith Into
the air and he fell upon the bull's
back. Afler be struck tbegrouud
he clutched the bull's horns for dear
hf-Vind round and round they went,
Jnillli holding fast and shouting.
I). W. Denstcr finally heard his
botits and came ruuulugdown from
tiles honhc. Deuster attached the
nlma! Just as he had pinned Smith
o I he ground between bis horns.
The brute's horus penetrated Smith's
sl'les and lore them open from arm
pits to hips, and his legs and feet
were torn hy tho bull's hoofs. Dens
ter beat tin animal oil' and carried
the wounded man away.
A SWINDLING COUNT.
Beat a Tacoma Physician
San Fbanojsco, Aug. 3, Leo
pold de Claude, au alleged count, of
Baden, Germany, was before Unit
ed States Commissioner Sawyer,
chatgeil with sending obscene let
tors tlnough tho mulls to Dr.
J. B. Elgho'z, of Tacoma, who it Is
vpui fd also accuses the count of
defruu ling lUin out of $000. Accord
ing to the story told, the count Hur
ried the daughter of millionaire
Nulty, of Milwaukee, three years
ago, uut hunsequeutiy separutea
from her lu Tacoma. He represent
ed toEigholz, who had kuowu him
lu Baden, that If he had any money
to ge-t back to Germany with bis
wife be could secure sullluient funds
there to pay his debts. Eighoiz
loaned him $000 aud the count pro
ceeded alone to Budeu, but shortly
after returned to this country and
induced a number of German resi
dents of California te subscribe sums
lor tho proposed establishment of au
$80,000 brewery at Sisson, Cal. Elg
boU learned of hlsopeiattons In ibis
state, and wiute him demuudlng
a return of his inoiioy, In reply
be received the letters on which he
baMes tile charges against the count,
Corwulsylnuer Sawyer sent tho de
fendant to Jail lu default of $3000
CbNUNDfiUM Of THE WORKSHpPS.
V.'Lca tliotltntiof a iK-wtnirn MinTCll (lrslon
Kden'it crevu mul i;old.
Oar fattier Arinm at tinder tlio tree nnd
Rcratcliud trltli arilck la tlio moldf
Aud tliedrst ruiluKki tdi lliut tlio world htul
cen A Jo' In IiIh ml lit, litart.
Till tlio Dot 1 1 whlser(d U lod tbo leaves,
"Itii prtttr. but Is It Art?"
Wherefore he called to his wife, and tied to
fiifllilon his work anew
The first of his race who cured a fix for the
flint, Ditust dread review;
And ho left his lore to tho uso of his eons nnd
that was a clorlous caln
When the Devil climkled "Is It Art?" In the
ear of tbo branded Cain. .
Thcjr bullded a tower to shiver Iho skrand
wrench tho stars apart.
Till tbe Devil Kruntcd behind the bricks, "It's
striking, but Is It Art?"'
TliOhtono u.is dropped at the qnnrry side nnd
the derrick swung,
Whllo each ono talked of tho alms of Art, and
each In an alien tonyue.
They fought and they talked In tho north and
tha south, tboy talked and they fought In
Till the waters rose on tho pitiful land and tho
poor tied Clay had rest
Had rest till tho dank blank canvas dawn
n hon tbo dovo uas pretned to start,
And tho Devil bubbled below the keel. "It's
human, but Is It Art?"
Tbo tnlu Is as old as tbo I'den Tree and now
as tho new cut tooth
Foreachman knonscre his Up thatch grows
ho Is master of Art and Truth;
And each diiih hinrs as tho twilight nearp, to
tho beat of his dying benrt.
The Dovll drum on tho darkened pane, "You
did It. but was H Art"
Vo have learned to whittle tho Eden Tree to
the shape of i surplice peg,
Wohavo kerned to bottlooui parents twain
In the j oik of un nddltd egg,
We know that the tall must g tho dog, for
tbo horse Is drawn by tho cart;
Bat Iho Devil whoops, as ho whooped of old,
'It's clever, but is It Art?"
When tho flicker of London eun falls faint on
'ho clubronra's green and gold,
Tho sons of Adam sit them down and scratch
with thtlr pens In tho mold
They scratch with their pens In the mold of
their giaira, and tho ink und thnanguHi
For the dovll mutters behind the leaves, "It's
pretty, but Is It Art?"
Now, if wo could wlu to tho I Wen Tree where
, tho Tour Ortat Rivers flow.
And the Wrath of Ee Is red on the turf us
she left It long ago,
And If we could como when tho seutrj slept
nnd Boftly scurry through,
Pytl)efaor of God we might know as much
as our father Adam know.
TIIE PRODUCTION of nn abundant
growth of hair, u sllk-..l.o toxttlrn
and of the original olu , o It'll rt'sulrt
from the mc, by those vi ha e ocrniuo
bald or gray, of Aycr's lair Vigor : j
"I. was rapidly becoming gray and ,
bald; but after using two or thrco
bottles of Aicr's Ifalr Vigor my hair I
grew thick and glossy and tho oriel-.
nal color was restored " Jr. Aluricli, j 1(
Canaan ucniro, a. ji
"A trial of Ayer'a JIalr Visor Ins con-
vlnmd mo of Its merits. Its uso lias
'erdozeu fortue finest finished
FHOTOUllAFHrf InthecllJ .
Mnt nniv natiaftfl tlm liftir nt 111V wlfo nnd imi fVimmDrMal street.
iivvuiiij w.. ...-. - . lw v". ........
daughter to be abtinitnnt ami glossy, niu
It has given m.v rainer nuiiiiru mus
tache a respectable length and appear
ance" K. Brltton, Oakland, Ohio.
"I have twed Ajer's Hair Vigor for
the past fonror tte years and flint It a
most satisfactory dressing for tlm hair.
It Is all thnt I could desire, being harm
less, causing the hair to retain il-j
natural color, and requiring but a small
quantity to render tlio nnir easy 10 ar-
FOR TOWN LOTS, H1LUT TRACTS AND 'FARMS.
rancro." Airs. m. a. iiniiey, u iuuuca
St., Haverhill, Mass.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Aver it Co., Lowell,
Dr. J. C. Ayor Co., Lowell, Mass.
Gold by Druggltts and rerfumcrs.
F. B. SOIiTllWICK,
Cm. tractor and
SjIcu:, - - Ori'goii.
John Robinson's Show.
l'uiifliAKi), Aug, 3. Wlieat
valley, ?1.2aj?l.a-j Walla Walla,
Han Kiianoisco Vi I., Au,j, II.
Wlieat, D.o. Hl!.
Illu, Aujj, 2. AVhont
l'ollowhu; are tlio letters lemalti
ing unoalU'il for in tlio pnstoillco, at
Balum, Aug. 8, 1602. I'ersotm call
lug forH.me pluasuaay "u(lvertinol."
Aduim Win Anderson Anna
Ainmouii Jacob llrown MraG H
fllilHiBturlng for two lioura on tlio
World's fair 1)111 tlio Iioufo adjourn
od. Tho probability of tho World's
fair geUliii: uny aiproirlatlnii now
A Llnomau Killod,
l'KriatsoN, N, J., Ana. 3 JilllHH
ltowlaml, tt lineman employed by
tho Eiliwui Kleelrlo Illuiulnattng
coiiiiuny, was killed by filling from
a polo In Park avenue, oppoaitu the
depot, Ho had Just adjusted a uroaa
wire tttid put hla rubber glovu lu his
pooltet, pri-paratory to decetiillng
tho pole, when a live wire catnu iu
contact with hlit sholdor, nendlng a
current through li body, itow
laud was thnnvu to tho Hldewalk
With great fortv, and Ms nkull wan
fructua'd. He died Imot instantly.
He wuh S5 years old. Ho had been
emploxotl by Hie euinimny two
years. Hlo home in i.ear Koehcater,
Ool. Strcator Arrested.
lHrntHUKQ, Aug. 8. Lieutenant
Colot.el Btreator wa arrvjtet nt his
homelu Wsdilngtou, !., yrster.
day, oti a cbarue of Mgirv.iltil ax-
Mtit ami hittvty preferred by Jrl-
W Urn (Uu mm, auy Ti . ' . T , .
Mtm ' ' Hi biMrliiKHudwsv lull lu tht um
Haiti N H
Uenoilli't T L 2
llrostu O 2
Cai us Vt mi
Oolo A J
Cnnko H tmiiel
JSpIor W 1
Drey Max 2
Ferguson J F
Gilbert Mn 8 It
iltigoy A J
Jurry A W 2
Luunseu Mr 2
Miller J M
MiiHj. W P
Uuneu O E
Cowley A J
Ewlug Ida J3
Davla It A
Forrest J It
Howell J 13
Hamlltou Mth W
Jones Mrs Huttlo
Jolinson lit ttlu
Keller F K
Massey J N
Morrow J W
McCarthy O It
rAWA, Out., Aug.-Tho mini.
Ptflhfl Interior has given orders
Ilk VMatlou of all children
tbMw on the Indian reserves
jitdd of the Itooky Mountains.
!w Ywmk. Auk, S.Ouo of tho
wir-UH)Htig sehwnw al
io iwvwal years was.stio
put through by h gang of
youug uieu on Saturday In
iy. Oiwof tlwivrliioliHilratM
t eiroMltti of tho Western
Oonpany wm tapjwd, the re-
Miya until beUweri
lu thttsetwHie, aud
ware sent by the
fcu wrif at,!h lap, Two
MMiHMvuy mat they
to tbe Uttftfraj eowipany
Jml kow Mtwh tlte gang
M KiwrWH, IhU fine of tlw
M l IiwUm aa.va Ihh
Moriran O troll tie
MuQiiwJuhiiKS Pylo0 2
l'felllle Marie l'iekeim UIiuh M
UolerHMrslI W llobluson A O
Hobliuon Andrew Hutuley Win
itichaiihmu J-tllo lituUet Arauls
ltalna K Huiubow tSatuuel
rileplii'iiHlCiiiiua J8IIUW L D
Seattle Mosta Snhlooser li-tttra
SunitnerM H Tow used U U
Tucker J U Todhuntei M M 2
Trow Itov Win A Thornton S O
Williams I O
Woods It G
WiKKiln Ellzt .
WwHlurd M K
lteod Joseph T Hw lohert Mary
A. N. Gilukut, P. M.
Dr. R. W. St, Clair, of Fort Wnyno.
Ind,, tells how, a fow years since, bo
was riding on an cngino nnd caught
n cinder in his eye that caused tho
most excruciating pain. Ho uays
that ho naturally began to rub tho
afflicted organ, when tho eugineor
called out, "Lot that oyo nlono and
rub tho other ono." Tho doctor
looked incredulously at his adviser,
hut tho latter only continued, "1
know you doctors think you know it
nil, but if you will let that eyo alono
cntl rub tho other ono tho cinder
will bo out in two minutes."
Tho doctor says that ho began to
rub tho well oyo vigorously and
soon felt tho cindor movo down to
tho inner cornor. Ho was preparing
to take it out by tho aid of a small
mirror when tho engineer again ad
monished him to "keep rubbing the
well eye," which ho did for a minute
longer, and then found that tho ciu
dor had slipped down on to his cheek.
St. Louis Republic.
A New Fuslilonml Duel.
A wag, having received a chal
lenge to a duel with pistols, sent his
opponent a letter couched in tho fol
I cannot accept your challenge.
If I should happon to kill you or you
to kill mo, it will bo a gieat and ir
reparable calamity in either cabo.
This is what I havo to propose in
stead. You go into the nearest
wood; thoro select a tree of my wzo
around tho body, then place yoursolf
at tho required distanco, tako aim
and fire. If you hit tho treo, I will
admit that I was wrong and tender
you my apologies; if, on tlio other
hnnd, you fail to hit tho tree, I will
vecoivo yours. Carlino,
... . ?
I.tmo In the Snllvn.
A 6cries of observations has been
made by a Russian physician to de
tormiuo tho quantity of lime in tho
saliva. In perfectly normal cases
from 2 to 3 por cent, of lime was
found, theio being more a low houia
nfter a meal than cither iust before
or just nfter it, A riso of hotly torn
poraturo, too, appeared to cause tin
incroaso in tho amount ot lime.
Whou any of tho teoth wore- affected
by caries tho linio increased to fiom
a to 5 por cent. New York Journal.
To speak of the merits of John Rc
binson's Great World's Exposition
is merely "love's labor lost" with
the people of this country. There is
not an amucetnent lover on the con
tinent but that Is fully cognizaut of
the fact that il is now and lias ever
been the best among t lie best. Every
body does not know, however that
during its last winter's vacation the
show has received au augmentation
to vast aud so important as to dwarf
by cotnparsion oven its own great
fxblbitlonal excellence. We allude
to the grand, gorgeous and sublime
biblical spectacle of "Solomon, his
Temple,and the Queen of Sheba,"ln
which inumerable people find active
participations, and which is replete
in grand eceueographlcefl'ect, typical
reproduction of biblical personages
and events, prolific in pageantlc and
processional features, lavish in en
trancing ballets and terpsichorcan
diverlisemetits,and rich in trappings
and appointments, requiring for its
production the largest stage ever
constructed, and conspiciously por
traying such saCrcd events, scenes
aud Incidents as the Judgment ot
Solomon, Arrival of the Queen of
Sueba, the City of David, the Palacp
and Temple, Court of King Solomon'n
Temple, tbe Walls and Towers ol
Jerusalem, Solomon's 700 Wlves,tbe
Sacred Ark of the Covenant, the
Great Ivory Tlnone, Procession of
War Chut lot', Slaves Bearing In
cense, lovely Crtsset Danclug Girls,
martial aud courtly Parades and ex
citing Chariot Races. This eminent
ly moral, historical aud mlud-elevat-lug
speitacle will commend itself to
every lover of the sacred and beau
tiful. The Robiuson Exposition, with its
sublime spectacular accession, is to
exhibit in Salem, Wednesday Aug.3
Beware of Ointments for Catarrah
that Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely de
range the w hole system when enter
ing It through the mucous surfacen
Such articles should never be useo
except on prescriptions from repu
table phstclaus, as the damage
they will do is ten fold to the good
you cau possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O,
contains no mercury, and is taken
Internally, aud acts directly upon
tho blood and mucous surfaces o'
the & j stem. Iu buying HallV
Cattarrh Cure bo sure you get tht
nenulue. It is taken internally,
and made iu Toledo, Ohio, by F. J.
Cbeuej & Co.
JCSTSold by Druggists, price 75c.
T. .J. KRKSS.
Natural Wood finishing,
Cor. Wtli and Chemeleta Hieet.
JOHN M. PAYNE & CO.,
First siairw ay north of Hueh
Full bull bearing Safety 111
cjnio. The lowest prltfd wheel
n tho market. The best in the
orlrt for tne price. O R Hrowu
Agent,CJ3 rinnnr rial St
A. H. F0RSTNER & CO,
Machine Simp, Guns,
Sporting Hoods, Etc.,
:S Comiiien lal Hired.
ill fi nUUil u
Livery Food and
41 State Ptrctt.
101 Court Htteet.
BJutlcri liking and
107 State Stnet.
H0EYE & MILLS,
PORCELAIN II AT IIS
Only Porcelain Hath Tub) In the
Ul. iui' woiil.rsv , rmi;iii,'i.
nwooi .i -.w.imw u.m.'i5gip-vxwa xsn
On State Street.
Salem Uactnian is
Ilest Lino In the City.
J. E. MWtPlLY.
Tile for Sale,
Brick and Tile Yard,
mih. ii. . itozvco.
Baths for Ladies,
JIAIH MUSSING PAKLOKS,
121 Court Street.
P- O. I3O0k
243 Oom'l Str...
Hcmodols, ro-covern ana,..,
clous worlt. Ohornekota Ji!
Hliito Insiiranco Hock.
Hhop H3 Htnte street.
Store rittlnjrs aSpccili,
r S I B aT" i a "!"" Ki H 8" !fl 8 TT"
Palace Kruit Xract
ADDITION TO SALEM, OREO ON.
FOR RESIDENCE OR INVESTMENT
This property is unequalled by any now on the market in the Capital city of Orer-on
BUY AN ACRE LOT
For a home or as an investment that must double in a few years. Aero lots ou tho first
street north of the Palace fruit lots cannot now be bought for less than
$G00 to $1000 each.
A Itullioud Over tlio Chuchmik.
Plans nro being examined for tlio
construction of n inihoad across tlio
nmin chain of tlio Caucasus nioun
tnina. Tlio lino will hnvo n length
of 100 miles ami will ircsont great
engineering difficulties. Thoro nro
to bo two tunnels, ono 41 nnd tho
other 03 miles long.
Wtorgnn S V
White V D
9t f00 lu vturii hur)rV
Tbo tlld Tlmrra Are Nut In It,
"While ut our other etorout lllg Is-
lahit, Va.,latt April,! was taken with
a very wjvow attack of diarrheal, I
never had it worse in my life. I tried
several old-tlrue reint(llen, such as
Ulaokberry Wlno, Paregarlo aud
Laudanum without tettiuir. auy re
ller.Iy attention wua then called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cimlera and
Diarrhoea Hwnrdy by Mr, R, O.Tln
sley who had bwnlittitdllnu It there,
NUdluleta tlmu tle tulnutw after
taking uMttall doi 1 wa entirely
relieve!, O. U, Uurford, HarrUi
Cruek.Ainhenft Co., Va, F.r twle by
Mukoit A Van aiy DrwW.
Fi-om n briof study of tho Palenquo
tablet it can safely Ih infon-wl that
tlio four year Bybtom, and conse
quently tho year of SUS days, was iu
uso whon tlio tablot was made.
Tlio peoplounou tho two continents
of North and South America, with
out tho nrctio regions, nro less thnn
122,000,000 in number, or only eight
io ruo squara muo.
Tho largest greonbnek atant is n
110,000 bill, and only ono buch note
has been printetl by tho government
Of tho 95,000 bills, tho noxt largest,
thoro aro bovou.
A log jam in tho St Croix river, at
Eaglo island, U said to hnvo been
ovorftvo miles loug nud contained
over 180,000,000 feot of lumber.
Go tell It, yo breozea, from desert to
Tho "Prescription'1 has triumphed,
fair wouiau Is freel
Br. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
la tho one princely remedy above all
others! Made expressly for woman,
U 1st adopted to her special needu,
and fulfills every requirement.
Noooadltloatorxltlail aito detrltl
Xoetsruu(?jr)irealwto Utile lit
Ai a woman's resturailve aud reg
ulator, the "Favorite Prescription"
Is matter of the sltuatlou. INwlilvc
ly guaranteed to give MtUfactlou lu
all eases, or ruouey paid for It re
turnsd, The only aiedlojue for
wewca sold oh it lal
Mr. J. A. Lauder, n prominent ci
tizen of Clarksburg, Mo., und w idelj
kuown In thatstate.suys of Chatnbei'
luiu's Colic, Cholera aud Dlurrhoj.
Ueinedi : "I have seen its good re
sults and can lecomtneud it." I
sale by Uaskett & Van Slype Drug
The Palace acre lots are within five minutes' diive fr in the Electric car line and
the residence poition of the city. These lots are now fine, sightly,, suburban residence
property located on "D -street, the finest graded driving avenue about the city First
class residences are already built and occupied half a miio out beyond this proiJertv on
the adjacent streets. i i j
PLANTED TO FRUIT AND CULTIVATED.
rPl-lr. li-r. 1 .. Ill- - 11 , i
J..UC00 iuto uic uuyeieu wiui a mrncy two year
itage and is equal
PRICE AND TERMS.
These acre lots are now offered at the low m-ice ol 54fn fn 5nn i i ir i
cilrl rv.. l-m.-l nC 17" 1. T t'
and Silver Prunes, Bartlett and Winter Nellis Peais. Some of the lots also have a
. "1"" r "uw mra "" u-,10i I1U- Jcacn lot lias good street fi ontno-e
iu oitu iu uiyiiu uiLy lots.
once tney aviii do cultivated for two years without Rvt,n
tn fine bearing condition.
cost, when all the fruit will bo
THE METROPOLIS OF THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY
Is Hot All nvnrlnirrlnrinrl niir l,'nKl J- n i . . .
other places Inor W? 71 "ltUs . steady
a. n " i j-uAO-iJii'iirtn. iiriTki-4-i. ii
o-rpnf. iinfiii.nl ..:-i ...i . A- .--.- j yu wie JTf
3 -......, uuiiiuiciuUI illlU
nnnlrttr.n Acs m- il- T l
-.w.MKiiuoaujuitt, lt'IlieniUei t US W urn iino,,
f wwvijjj- ,
nlTlrt nrrr.l. , ..l
Itootn wnntod, and must bo hud
at KnuHjo Bios, shoe store for their
luiiueusi) stoel: for fall, and there
fore prices will he reduced on nearly
all lines, for thirty days.
tl o H40 of Hood's Simiurlll-i. Socre
nsot or scrofun, upon which other prep-
tr tlotis Imyo been ponirlosjIeWtotho
pcctulsr t iiratno powers of tills medicine.
Dlsttessli.g cisi's of iljgpopsla, cxcruclat-
tl i; eun. ! lints ot the kidneys anU lher,
aosiizhifj Itch ps
nnd i.;ln of wit Ihtf PiQI I ITC
rluutn, irwgreo. E.m fcO
,i la eaes ot catarrh, aril aches and pains
f il eviiiatton, mo curwl hy llootl's Sir-
s ;i. Jt j urines tho blood, and at tho
tlnid Jones tho stonuch, creates an
'.te.unl BlM'i strength to eiciyf uno-
i of tho uody. aio It a trial.
Tor lout years my ulto suffered with
larjs t'inior bunches on tlio glands under
the ..nn, and general debility ot tho whole
sy tern. Sl-e became to poor In health
Hi t wo uo or, tlio ersa of despair
r girding her recovery, riijslclans did
uot seem to understand her case; at all
events he neer derived auy benefit from
tli ir treatment. She finally concluded to
try !oc4 Svsaparllla. The immedhte
effect wis so marked and satisfactory that
she continued to tr.Ka it, nnd thl s the
unit! BUo his gained In weight
frin; 84 to III Pounds
a U .r cer and In better health thm
s'wh "Ueu for years. The bunches under
fit ur.ui Ii.ito diminished, and we bclteie
Jl V ga'MparllU i1lt be too much for
tl'nu iu tl uc." J. J. Kokckoss 2M Cow.
iberetil btfci t, Beaton, Mais,
5oM b dratiWt. SliUfwi. Itpujb7
a 1. HOO CO, AttMtiM, LeU, Mi.
loo 099 Pnt Deiinr
(e ii, ti Tn . . , .
V. " J-uUTO .".Acre JLiots are satisfied from
injiicau iiuib rumon in aimmu,, 'ii
... .. " .-.v. A1IUV ill 11 LIlfJTllOnl-irrvr, 1 n ..
cultivation ot small fiuits and will mve all inrnr,7 .; "i .! ' r m .truifc growing una
, mtv fli,nVj : " :lrru I0.r l)y ve puvc1ws-
that this is the
For ,, ,ld a , of ZtZ:Z
SPALDING & ROGERS,
Hernia and Chronic Diseases
DIt'S. BHIMP & HOUSER,
Devote special attention to Nmous rs.i
arrual Asthmatlo und Tbioat 1 Kiuo!
eiya and ihl.?!?? in sur.
Authorized Capital SoOO.000.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
' "Viffi. " urn,nls 8h.
Salem Abstract and Loan Co,
ifllled promptly and
W. H. H. WATERS,
Kates, 50 to 5.00 pcr )
Tne bMt hntl k.i, .. ..
"rneico. KlritHstaa in T.n ?1B'Rn
I Choicest Fruit
QwnrBjia th. WUUaMu v.n-
j A. I. WAGNER, Prop.
IWONEY TO LOAN
on KSa,ia?SlSlSL,,U f0r tUo ut 30 days
rtAR & HAMIITOw
.BuhUanfc oImk. 6 j,
Staple and Farny Groceries,
1 weubluin'u 1) mu in, Kr,,nni "
- k-uci h mife nf " y somite.
.VlJWM - WHS? J 2
Kansas Citv, St. Paul
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS,
And ill Pi lull
East, North and South,
RECLINING CHAIR CARS
summer l'orllartd to an FraucUooKvtry
TICKETS xkd EUROPE
n.J or 'J Hud seuoral lnforiuatlou call
fix or uddreas,
W It. UUuJJURT,Ast,OenL Rim. Agt
2VI Washington St.,
FI l IQ )?, VVUITI FV
I. IVER VIVIEN.
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