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JCVJIWXWO CAl'lTAli J0anNAIlH'iiAY, AUGUSTS, 18BB.
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ALL DRESS GOODS INCLUDED.
Call and Get Prices.
Our two fino presents will be given.away September 1st.
THE PALACE anddshoegcompany,
307 Commercial Street.
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you are going to build or make any Hud of
improvement, call on tbe uuderilgued lor
material. Wo have a com plete stock, and are
ready to supply any prepared contract, sewer
work, (Trading, etc
Salem Improvement Co.
Saturday, Aug. 6. 8iate Dairymen's
convention, court house, 10 a. m.
Funny Freight Rates. The new
tariff schedule on tbe west Bide is a
thoroughbred. It calls for 20 cents per
hundred pounds on flrat or any other
claea of freight from Portland to Cor
vallla, and 44 cents per hundred on
flrgt-cla&H freicbt from Corvallis to
Portland. Why is It worth 24 cents
more to haul a hundred pounds of
freight ninety-seven miles north than
It la to haul it ninety-seven miles south
ward la best understood by the unctious
officials of the 8. P. and the expensive
members of tbe rullrond commission
25 cents per hundred was the old rate
from Portland to McMiunvllIe. The
new tarlfl advances it seven ceuts and
places it at 32 per 100 and collects 37
cents per 100 from Corvallis to McMlnn
vllle. a shorter haul by two miles. The
latter is a discrimination of more than
five cents per 100 in favor of Portland
and against Corvallis. The old rate
from Portland to Independence was 28
cents porl00,flrst-class,and the new one
Is 38. The now rate from Corvallis to
Forest Grove, about tho same distance,
Is 44 per 100, or 14 ceuts per 100 more
than tho former rate from Corvallis to
Portland. Tho new tarlfl was put Into
offect with tho consent of the board of
railway commissioners. If it isn't nn
outrage, tho oat ratio business will bo
dull M'a year. Corvallis Times.
Attend, Milkmen I At 10 o'clock
Saturday u meeting of tho Qregou State
Dairymen's society will bo hold at tho
court house in Salem. Tho principal
topics for dlscussslon will bo the feasl
blllty of establishing u dairy exchange
for Oregon and how to stop tho Impor
tation of butter Into Oregon. Tho of
ficers of the association are J. Jl. Loonoy
of Jeflerson, presldout; Geo. V. Weeks
of Howell, vlco president; H. M. WII
llamson of Portland, secretary; and
Warner Cranston of Salem, treasurer,
SunscmuEua. Thoso readers of the
Journal In tho city or residing In the
suburbs not called upon by our collector
are notified that If over a mouth In nr
rears their papers will Iks discontinued
after this week. With many it is mere
necleot that they tiro behind; others
have not mado tho proper eflort. It Is
a big expouso to carry papers over a
largo city like Salem. Our carriers nro
ull paid. It ia necessary that readers
should pay up at once.
How to Do It. "Can't the news
papers do sometlnuir to restore oouil
douoo and forco money into circula
tion " Is a question that comes to us
from various sources." Exchauge.
Yes, thoy can pay their bills as prompt
ly as possible, reduce their expenses and
wait for the tide to turn, Thoy cuu
meet hard times with hard times propo
sitions as The Journal Is doing, and
avoid running luto debt.
Notice. This onloti paid all Its bills
August 1st promptly on presentation
In cosh. A number of business men In
Balem aro refusing to do the same.
This Is not right. Wo bIuII bo obliged
to resort to other measures than solici
tations unless settlements or some ex
planation la not made by Saturday
night. Journal Co.
A Ghkkrkul Firm, There's uo uo
in worrying forever. J. A Vuu Kntou
still runs his popular grocery In behalf
of the people, uud that's u comfort lu
Tjihv Mkat. Ulus, car, uauk or tele
phone are uot In It as against seudlug
WMaagea by the LocUwood Messenger
y(em for accuracy and speed.
At Btronq's. That Is where tho
Dairy Association members will all I
PERSONAL AND LOOAL.
Those who try the One Cent Daily
a month for 25 cents almost invariably
renew for two, four or twelve months.
Mrs. V. Paulus and family are visit
ing friends near Stayton.
Miss Ama Smith of Bcio is visiting
friends at Salem.
Chris Paulus is at Foley Springs.
Tbe panicky disposition at Salem has
entirely passed away as The Journal
said it would, une piucu lor August
is still on and there will be a hard close
pull this month.
The One Cent Daily is strictly in
advance. No papers sent after time is
out. Please renew a few days in ad
van co so you will miss no copies.
Alderman Hunt and family will be
homo from Mt Jeflerson In a few days.
Mrs, M. E. Adams has gone to visit
friends at Turner and Brownsville,
Salem Motor Railway has suspended
Us conductors and resumed tho drop
box system of collecting fares. Owing
to bard times people are walking miles
to save fares.
Back numbers of tho One Cent Dai
ly cannot bo supplied by mall. All
orders begin from day received.
Hugh Thompson of the state prison
counting room Is at lhvaco for a few
A very fine gravelled road Is being
built to tho cemetery.
Real estate transfers yesterday
amounted to $1,314.
Hand In all notices of religious meet-
lug's and society news early Saturday
ah persons tatting tne uaily or
Weekly Journal aro requested to pay
up. Increased circulation will force us
to buy a new press this full and we need
all the quarters, halves-arid silver dol
lars we can get.
Tho river is at ono foot above low
l water mark and steamboatlng is nearly
at a standstill.
Mis Clara B. Frink, now ouo of tho
teachers of tho Salem schools, came out
to Ashland Tuesday, for a visit with
Mrs. W. H. Mowut and other friends
horo. Ashland Tidings.
G. A. Rockwell bus gone to Melmma
to prepare a camp for his family, tbe
Alberts, Rav. Hutohlsou, Mrs. Slugie-
ton and family, who follow next wees.
Ladles aro Invited to Inspect ourstock
of Lightning Fruit Jars. Thoy are tho
only perfect sealing glass jar made,
Clarke & Eppley, grocers.
J. C. Goodulo, of Eugene, tho Coburg
lumber man, returned today.
Ablo to supply any order for Jersey
milk Sharpe's Dairy.
Another saloon opeued in Salem is
uo indication of hard times.
Ed, F. Purkhurst started for Sweet
Home today ou business for tho State
Miss Hulda Audorsou went to New
Mr. ami Mrs. A. McGlll. of the Ore-
gon Wholesale Nurseries, went to Al
W. Y. Riohardsou, of Stayton, was
lu the city today.
Mrs. Titos. Hubbard and children
went to Yaqulua Bay today to join Mr.
J. W. Crawford.
Mlaa Carrie Leonard of Dayton, Wu.
leaves for Mills College, Oakland. Cal.,
this evening. Slio has beeu visiting
Mrs. W, J. Herren of this city.
Hard times are
lem is concerned,
ovor so far aa 8a
We never had
Fine laco curtains at low prices at
the New York Racket, 8-t-2d
C. W. Bcrlber aud daughter Grace
went to Newport today for a few weeks.
Ed. O. Herren went to Liun aud
Lane counties to Inspect tho hop yards.
Ho is after a few amall lota aud says
money will bo advanced on new hops
about Sep. 1,
F. a Dearborn lea last night for a
few weeks at Foley springs.
Prof, Keveeof the public schools of
Portland, U looking after tho chaucca
J to euooeed'Mn Grubbe,
The Jlsflow paper snyit Messrs; Gun.
Verge n and sotm of Aurora, have" sold
their crop of hops at l7ceuts.--Bdh wad
er Bros, of Aurora, are bulfUlntf n
hopbodoe. Their crop Is line We
noticed In tbe Salem Statesman of last
Thursday that one of the hop shippers
from this valley, who Is aud has been
la Loudon tot tho last 30 days has
written a letter to the above paper, etat-'
Ing that if the hop glowers will not
contract their hops this fall here to tbe
hop buyers and will slilp them as a
great many did last fall they will strike
the market right. I would like to ask
some of those that shipped last fall,how
they struck the market und how they
could expect to strike it auy better this
fall. If Ojuorue & Co., in England
want hops from here let them send a
man to buy them and pay for them
and give the growers tbe commission,
or otherwise my advice is for tbe grow
ers not to ship a hop on consignment
and it may bo good udylce too,
For distressing oppression and fulness
In tbe stomach take Simmons Liver
Free Band Concert.
The following excellent program will
be rendered by the Second Regiment
band at Morulngside Friday evening
commencing at 7 o.clock.
March, "Battle of rihiloh," Baruhouse
Cornet Solo Selected
W. E. McElroy.
Waltz, "Dreams of Cnildhood"
Gavotte, "Minnie" 'i'. B. Brooke
Medley, "A Trip to Chinatown"
. Arr. Thomas
I Introducing Chinese gongs, the
Overture, "Poet and Peasant" Suope
Waltz, "After the Ball" (by request)
Schottlsche. "Dreum of Love" Casey
March, "Pride of the Baritone" King
A Love Son? In M Flat.
"My modest matchless Madeline!
Mark my melodious midnight moans;
Much may my melting music mean
My modulated monotones."
This young man stayed out too late,
serenading his lady love. He caught a
cold, which developed into catarro, but
he cured it with Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy, a sovereign specitio for chron
ic cases, "cold in tbe head," catarrhal
headache. It corrects, tainted breath,
stops the offensive discharges, lieals the
Irritated throat and nose, leaving the
bead clear, aud smell and taste unim
paired. It coats but 50 cents, and the
proprietors offer in good faith $500 for a
case they cannot cure.
Jos. Fuzee is home from Newport.
He says the crowd has just begun to
Ed. T. Barnes and Miss May Barnes
of the Racket store, are taking a two
weeks outing on Puget Sound.
Mrs. J. W. Berry and daughter re
turned from a month with friends at
Grants Pass and other parts of South
W. S. Powell aud E. W. Doughty, of
Philadelphia, two young men who are
on a tour of the United States, arrived
in the city toduy. They speak in glow
ing terms of the high quality of the
Oregon exhibit at the world's fair.
Mrs. Cbas. Haas, of Stockton, Cal.,
and her eon Ed F. Haas, are guests
over a duy at tho Haas mansion on Lib
erty street. They wout on to tho
world's fair today.
Barnes's Racket store Is doing a good
trade. Everything is cash. Chaugo is
made to the cent. Profits are kept low
on stock purchased ut hardpan prices.
It is a regular One Cent Daily enter
prise. Ed. Grimm and H. E. Ulnklo, of
Hubbard, are lu tho city. They say
there aro no contracts secured at 25 cts.
on tbe now crop.
Judge Lord and family left for Seal
W. J. D'Arcy went to Oregon City
on legal business today.
Rev. Luud Is at Woodburn, to preach.
Chos. Braltheuwalte, tho sprinter,
went to Gervals this afternoon to run
some foot races.
Iu these close times it is well to look
carefully to tho way the mouey Is spent,
It is well to seo that every dollar spent
briugs In the most goods possible. The
New York Racket will give you more
goods for tho mouey thau cau bo got In
ordinary stores, for tho reason that they
pay cash for their goods, and sell for
cash ouly, taking the smallest profit
possible in the exchange. Call and see
Archie Mason transferred today to
David Slmpsou tho west one-third of
lot 5, bl 63, Salem, for $1500.
Three drunks aud two tramps were
before the recorder today for sentences. '.
The oaly Pure Cream of Tartar Powdcr.-No Ammonia; No Alum,
Ud iu Millions pf Hopits 40 Years ti StawUil
Southern Pacific Gutting Down Train
Service on Branches.
Agent Skinner at Salem, bas'recelved
following circular from Uupt. Fields
"On and after the 7th of this month,
and nntll further notice, trains ou the
Woodburn, Springfield Branch, be
tween Woodburu and Natron, and be
tween Woodburn and Silverton, will
run only every other day, that is to say
from Silverton to Woodburn, and from
Woodburn to Natron on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, and from
Natron to Woodburn, and from Wood
burn to Silverton, on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays. Tbe company is
compelled to reduce train service, ow
ing to the decrease in tbe volume of
travel and traffic."
There is no change on the main line
or In trains that go to and from Salem.
A Battle for Blood
ra what Hood's Sarsapaillla vigorously
rights, and it is always victorious in ex
pelling all the foul taints and giving
the vital fluid tho quality and quantity
of perfect health. It cures scrofula,
salt rheum, bolls aud all other troubles
caused by Impure blood.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. 25c
Sent by mall on receipt of price by C.
I. Hood & Co., Apothecaries, Lowell,
For wakefulness, weakness or lack of
energy take Simmons .Layer .regulator.
A Pair of Disorderlies Preparing to
A pretty well authenticated story
comes from the eastern part of the city
about a couple of heads of families who
sh6uld get into order.
A Mr. C. Is said to be very at
tentive to a Mrs. P. and vice versa,
They are together considerable and
went to the circus, etc. Mr. P. is
said to be an invalid and there are two
The C. P. combination
are said to be getting ready to leave.
They should immediately get right.
TUTT'S PILLS adapted to old and
If you would be rid of chills and fever
tatte tilmmons JUlver ileguiator.
Special Meeting. The Salem
school board this afternoon accepted
tbe resignations of Prof. Ellswortby,
Miss Burford, and elected Miss Eva
Lee and Miss Theiss teachers for the
ensuing year. No action was taken in
regard to electing a city superintendent
of schools. There are several applica
tantB for tbe place.
Insurance Case. Insurance ad
juster McCarty,of 'Frisco, is in the city
today busy making out papers in a
case of alleged arson. The party get
ting the money is Mrs. Aplin, a quar
ter-breed, and a very intelligent wom
an. It Is to bo said that a detective
who will give newspapers all the Infor
mation before arrests are made in a
criminal charge Is a funny detective
anyway. Tho Aplin brothers had a
law BUit recently, in which a great deal
of feeling was developed. It is believed
that the barn burning was a part of the
defeated one's revenge. But that
would hardly vitiate the Insurance.
Jap Mlnto, Harry Minto, and Frank
Wrightman revelled In a razor-back
clam-bake, which their ladles sent from
Newport today. It wa served up iu
style at Strong's, and thoy are around
this afternoon letting out their waist
bands. The Adjutant Bird In Bengal.
In India tho adjutant bird holds a
position similar to the Dutch stork.
He is a scavongor and is respected
and protected by tho law. Tho ad
jutants aro tho forerunners of tho
rainB in Bengal, and toward tho end
of May uiako their appearance on
tho government house. No old resi
dent expects rain in Calcutta until ho
has seen 13 of these solemn birds sit
ting on tho viceregal palace. Tho
rains, tlioy say, cannot como until
this occurs, and tho residents of the
City of Palaces would almost die of
despair if they did not toward tho
end of May seo these mnjestio birds.
Twelve would not do; there must be
tho regular 13. Coruhill Magazine.
Seems to Fit.
"I call this new shnpo tho tele
phone," said n bat dealer to a cus
tomer. "Isn't that rather an odd namo for
"Perhaps, but you seo there is so
much talking dono through hats
now." Detroit Freo Press,
Visit the Fair, 108 Court street,
I am receiving dally Southern Oregon
peaches fur sale cheap by box. ' Also on
hand fresh tomatoes green corn and
huckleberries, John (i. Wright.
Economize In Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied In buudies of
100, not cut, fur sale at this ofllco at
fifteen cents a bundle, A heavy straw
wrapping paper, largo sheets, two cents
a pound. Next door to the postofflce.
Notice to Farmers.
Pleasotake notice that tbe Salem
Flouring Mills Co., are prepared to fur
nish sacks this eeasou as hap been tbelr
custom in past years.
Salem Flourlug Mills Co.
H. B. Holland, manager.
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A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
Tbe Trash; River Toll Road, with fur
nished hotel and farm, at its western
gate, in Tillamook county, title cleat
and renting for $600 to ?1000 a year
can be secured now, in exchange for
productive city property, or a good
farm in tbe Willamette valley. In
quire of N. W. G. at residence of B. C.
Ward, 18th street, near Court, Salem,
Oregon. 7-7-dw lm
Contractors and Builders.
Sealed proposals will be received at
tbe governor's ofllce until 2 p. ra. Mon
day, August 7, 1893, and opened imme
diately thereafter, fur erection and com
pletion of two cottages and a congre
gated diuing hall, which are to be
erected at the O. S. I. A. cottage farm.
Plans and specification can be seen at
the office of Chas. Burggraf, architect.
A certified check of $100 must accom
pany each bid as a guarantee to furnish
satisfactory bonds. The right is re
served to reject any or all bids.
Geo. W. McBride,
7-25-tf Board of Trustees.
Armory Co. "B" 3d Reqt. Inft.
Salem, Or., July 29th, 1893.
Order No. 4.
I. In compliance with general order
ino. a, v. a, iirigade Headquarters,
Company "B" will parade at the ar
mory on Monday, August 7th, 1893, for
inspection by the brigade commander.
Assembly at 8 o'clock p. m.
II. Members absent without leave
will subject themselves to tbe penal
ties of Par. 165 regulations. O. N. G.
III. All Btate and government prop
erty must be in the armory for exam
ination by inspecting officer.
Z. N. Berry.
2d Lieut. Comdg. Company.
M. Marey, the well known experi
mentalist, has been enabled by means
of combining photography and elec
tric light, to secure some valuable
data as to the laws and phenomena
of hydraulics. His attention was
mainly directed to tho study of the
interior movements of liquids. In f ol
lowing out this line of investigation
ho found that the ordinary methods
employed in such cases were insuffi
cient for his purpose, and in many
respects unsatisfactory. At last ho
hit on the idea of immersing silver
balls of tho same specific gravity as
the liquid and photographing their
movements by electric light. There
suits have been most valuable. Ex
change. Afraid of the Peacock's Feathers.
A popular reader, speaking of a
playwright who had partially en
gaged to furnish her with a mono
logue, added: "But when he came to
talk it over I noticed that he eyed
tho peacock's feathers in tho corner
of my drawing room very dubiously.
The next day ho throw up the con
tract for no just reason. Evidently
he considered me doomed to ill for
tune and had no intention of possi
bly participating in it." New York
Settling a Difficulty.
Mrs. Zenawick (who has been read
ing about the uprisings on tho Mexi
can frontier) Ah, Mr. Wilt, what is
your solution of tho border troubles?
Mr. Wilt Fewer stewed prunes.
Kate Field's Washington.
Whatever else you hoard, do not
includo in the list old medicine bot
tles. Tho cost of these when perfect
ly now is vory trifling, and the futil
ity of 6avingthom against a possi
ble errand to tho chemist's is vers'
apparent. Nor should tacks taken
up when you removo carpets from
tho floor for the annual or semian
nual Bhaking bo put asido for a sec
ond use. A now paper of tacks
should be ubed whenever a carpet is
I once know a woman who made
one .match, by careful economy,
serve threo separate lightings. Yet
sho went to her grave with tbe spirit
of a pauper, and n bevy of spend
thrift cousins swooped down on her
fields and barns as eagles on tho
prey, Harper's Bazar.
A Xatianal Salute.
Twenty-one guns is a national sa
lute. Tho number is supposed to
have a mystical origin. Three and
60ven were mvstical numbara nnA
their product is more mystical and
most perfect 60 tho salute to a sov
ereign or tho representative of a sov
ereign nation is made as perfect as
poadble. New York Sun.
A SHIP LOAD
OF THIN COATS AND VESTS,
111 Sim, Larffe and Small,
Get One and Keep Cool
S - T saT wr
TOQUl Vii STORE,
Manufacture Standard Pressed Brick,
Molded Brick in all Patterns for Fronts.
and supply the brick lor the New Salem Citv
xiaii, ana ueany all the One buildings erected
In the Capital City.
Yards near Penitentiary, Salem, Or. 8-8 dw
ST. PAUL'S AGADEMY,
St. Paul, Marion County, Oregon.
Oouducted by the "Isters oftho Holy Names of
ucausuuu oiury. ine locauon auorasau mat
cn oe aesirea lor mealtnrul outdoor exercise.
Ht. Paul can be easily reached by boats on tbe
Willamette, The building Is new and supplied
with all tho modrn Improvements. The
course of study Is complete.
Stenography and Typewriting Taught.
For further partlcularsapply to "lsterBuper
on easy terms and cheap. A 20 acre orchard
uuounny niaeiMO. one. s miles south
6Wt-dW JOELN HART.
The LINE That
PORTLAND 78;34 a;
1 DAYS to
HoiirS 8 u'c'est to Chicago and
HoiirS Qu'cker Omaha and Kan-
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Free Reclin
ing Chair Cars, Dining Cars,
t or rates and eeneral Information call on
W H. HUBX.BURT, Asst, Q. P. A,
ZA Washington Bu.
from U. P. Dock at 6 o'clock a, m. every Wed
nesday and Saturday.
trow the Central dock at foot ot Washington
street every Hnnday and Thursday.
for Albany every Monday and Tuesday, re
turning same days.
concerning freight and passenger bnslness,
call on the agent, AliHKKREM.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BUREAU
- - Orsgon
Private work a specialty.
O. B. OLKMENT, Manager.
Latest Improved Goods and Loweut Prices.
N. W. Cor. State and Liberty St. SALEM, OREGON
-SALEM ALL RIGHT.
Such is our firm bolief, and we have backed it up, by buying
a complete and varied stock of fall goods, at lowest prices.
t all Prices at Closing Out and Cost
PROTECT OUR CUSTOMERS
By giving them the best goods in the market, at lowest prices.
WILLIS BROTHERS & CO.
OPXIU.HOU8X CORNER, .... BAliXV, OXXGOXr
JCeen cool and don't eet excited. Take
your time If you are about to buy a novel
don't do so until you have had time to
examine the new lot of novels on onrl
Shelves. We spare no pains in p-Ulnr the
ry latest. Our assortment of Illustrated
rlodlcals is unsurnassed. Call around
lana see our display.
Booksellers and Stationers
08 STATE STREET.
E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal JBlanle Publishers,
Bush's New Brlck.over the bank.Com'l itmt.
A GOOD CHANCE!
All gooda at W. M. Sargeaut's will
be sold at the regular price for tho next
30 days at 10 per cent. dlBCouni for cash.
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES
CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS
The Rustler Wood to
And he doesn't burn up half your wood, la
fuel, when he saws it. Make your contracti
with him personally orleave oraers at Vestc&i
cigar store Dearborn's book store,436 Summer
street, or address me by mail. 6-M-U
T)EHBONAL.-E. K. Hall, paper baDger.hu
JT returned from the east and is ready for
r)R RENT On-Democratic BoomTermM
I new house with 8 rooms, hard flnlsh; on
Division street between Front and Commer
clal Inquire on lot. 8"
I" OaT Wednesday, in Salem, a pa ksjeof
JLi lace and frtnges wrapped in newipaptr.
Leave at this omce. '-30
THIS PArER U kepton file at E. C. Base I
Advertising Agency. 61 and 65 Merchsnti
contracts for advertising can be made for a.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Literature
kinds on sale at 328 Liberty street.
money paid for rA
bottles. old Iron and all kinds of ineuui,
abto hides, at old Court House, Balem.
l-Jd-ly 1. TOLPOLAB.
Regular Seventh n. vAdvent.it service! W
old Unitarian Hall opposite opera houss,"
lem, Batur-iays. Baboath school at !,'??
followed by Bible reading and other erri;
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7.30 n. m. -'