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For 30 Days.
ALL DRESS GOODS INCLUDED.
Call and Get Prices.
Our two fine presents will be given away September 1st.
307 Commercial Street.
- IF -
You are going to build or make any kind of
Improvement, end oa the underiigued (or
material. VVe have a complete stock, and are
redy to supply any prepited contract, sewer
work, (Trading, etc.
Salem Improvement Co.
Open Air Concert. Several hun
dred people enjoyed the cool shades of
Moriilngaide Friday evening until a
late hour. The Second Regiment band
played a popular program including
several gema and the latest popular aire
that have been transmitted toBttlem by
phonograph. "Memories of Child
hood," "Bowery," "The Man in the
Moon," and "Visit to Chinatown" were
especially applauded. These concerts
are looked forward to with much pleas
ure. The Bio Beijxie County Judge
Hubbard bos posted notices of warning
thereon, The wording is: "Notice is
hereby given that this bridge is unsafe
and is hereby condemned, and be who
crosses it does the same at bis own risk.
Dated this 4th day of August, 1S03.
Signed, W.C.Hubbard, county judge of
Marion couuty." The Judge will try
once more to get co-operatiou with Polk
to fix it.
No Arrests. There will be no ar
rests in tho Aplla Insurance case.
Whatever case there ever was, and
there novcr was any but in a detective's
mind, was busted by the reporters get
ting hold of tho detective, and ho has
left tho country. District Attorney
Condlt has carefully investigated the
case and says thero is nothing to found
a criminal charge upon.
Official Wisdom. Tno county
government Is paylDg more every week
for little Bciulrrel scalps caught oil fern
hills that will never be cultivated than
It would cost to fix the big bridge sufelduy.
for public travel. A hundred dollars a Milt. Strattou,
ihaaW ia nnnnlirnna ttrtt'a lit limit II nil ' ... . .....
ncBn.wuuvwu.MBu JD .w ..-".. ""
trap anu not nuouurior puuiic Btwoiy
Geo whizz I
The School Hoard. It did not
employ a city suporlutendent yesterday.
Several of the unemployed from Port
land who would bo glad to get the job
at $1000 a year, or any price, returned
today. They Beem to regard tho place
m a sinecure, and are red hot to get It.
The board will aot wisely to leavo tho
Aiiolibii It. Tho people are heartily
Bustalulng The Jouhnal In Kb position
that our schools are butter oil with 11 rat
class principals and uo city superin
tendent, than with a second'Olass city
superintendent and principals with but
little responsibility or authority. The
people aro right. Abolish tho sine
cure. Asylum Farm. Bupt. Rowland fin
ished cutting 136 acres oats, GO acres
wheat, GO acres grass, Thero are 170
acres garden iu one livid, and 2S ucres
garden In separato patuhes, or 520 acres
altogether. Tho home farm at the asy
lum Is 162 acres. All tho work but
threshing Is done by the patients.
ThbCkacic Daihy. Wm. O. Wes
Uoott represented tho Westacott & Ir
win reetauraut dairy at the convention
today. This Is tho Jersey dairy which
they couduot solely for supplying their
famous Btrong'a restaurant tables with
milk, cream Rod butter.
SATURDAY As usual was a bjsy
day Ht Salem. Tho state dairy con voli
tion, aUte board of agriculture, Salem
grange and several sheriff sales were
tolusrou atthesaino time. Tho tovn
wm full of people aud teams. Ttio day
Salkm Pjcoplk. They Jlvo well all
tbe week but especially Sundays. That
ftiunor can be tuado perfect by tho use
of Price's Fruit Flavors and extracts
woM ou ly at Vati Eaton's perfect fam
Bki Dxikk. W. 1). Duncan of Zsua,
km UkfR Home the last parts of his big
3ijr W drier, made by Jory t Sou of
IMw my. Jt will dry uny uiwueis or a
If, it Will Uy Wltjr uuiura
J ofw of prunes at one flrluf . J Co.
n i y n
AND SHOE COMPANY,
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Those who try the One Cent Daily
a month for 25 cents almost invariably
reuow for two, four or twelve months.
Frank Bowersox of Portland, Is in
D. D. Cofley, the county assessor, is
at Mill City.
Miss Mary Bernardl goes today to
visit friends in the mountains on the
tianliam at Mebama.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Jackson are with
the Presbyterian party at Mebama.
Oil. Darling and wife and G. N.
Darling put In the day at Geo. Wolfer's
Mineral Springs and bath at Hubbard
yesterday. Tbey Bay for a one day out
log it has uo equal. Go down in the
morning and come back at night for
C. W. Boeschen and son Arthur, of
Asylum avenue, started for an outing
at Idahna yesterday. Mr. B. is chief
cook at the asylum.
Hon. Unas. Miller and senator
Looney, of Jefferson, are in tho city,
at the state dairy convention.
Mrs. J. L. Parrlsh and son are at
Newport for a month.
Dr. L. L. Rowland of tho Asylum, is
umoug the dalrylsts today.
Geo. E. Allen, of the Waldo Hills, Is
at the convention today.
Jay Cox Is about his work again after
a short lay-oil.
The will of Chos. Berdt of Sllverton
was tiled In the probate court today.
Prepare to rest tomorrow. You can
do this as well at home in the cool of
the house or the shade as by tearing
around in the woods with a gun or Hah
Mrs. C. A. Baker has gone to join
her husband at Portland.
Ex-Gov. Cbadwick Is at Portland to-
tho Oregon City
a guest of Major
f WOOIOIl AMIIfl, Wa8
Mrs. II. D. Hathaway and son,
Ralph, of Lincoln, Neb., are guests at
tho home of G. L. Sroat, the merchant,
on Church street. Mrs. Hathaway Is a
cousin of Mrs. Sroat.
No service ut the Baptist church to
morrow. A dozen teams aud thirty mon are at
work on State street. Many are com
ing from other places to get work here,
but there is not enough work for Salem
Two threshers wore at work today
between Brooks aud Gervals. That 1b
the musio by George.
Tho overland train was two hours
late and seems to be picking up a big
wuter melon trade at local stations.
Will Miller who is to assist Col. Root.
Miller in the Oregon City Land Ofllce,
went to Portland today.
Miss Laura Stewart of North Yakima
who has been tho guest of Mrs. B. B.
Herrlok several mouths wouttoCheha-
lis, Wn today.
Before going on your vacation, call
at Dearborn's aud lay Iu a supply of
reading matter. 03 Commercial street.
Dr. Jessup Joined hla family at Tur
Flnley Perrluo, wife and daughters
weut to Idahna.
Jny C, Smith and family weut (o
Werner Breymuu Joined the camp
era ou the Bantlam today.
Henry Martin and Dr. Griffith, of
tho asylum forces weut to Idahna over
Phil, A. Thomas returned Tuesday
from a visit to Wisoonnlu.
Frank Durbln aud Geo, Weeks are at
tho dairy convention.
James Davidson of Lebanon, will
spend Sunday with his wife Dr, Clara
M. Davidson, who has lately located
In this city.
Miss Lena Brandt, an asylum attend
ant, returned from her home In Mlchl
gau today, where she attended the last
illness of her mother.
H. U, Luker, of (he Pioneer btoie
went with him.
Southern Pacific Announcement
Commencing Monday, August 7th,
and until further notice, the
following cbaoges will be made
in the running of trains on
Woodburn, Bprinfleld branch. Train
No. 14 from Sllverton to Wood
burn, and local No. 11 from Woodburn
to Natron, will run on Mondays, Wed
nesdays, aud Fridays only. Train No.
12 from Natron to Condon, and train
No. 13 from Woodburn to Sllverton,
will run on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays only. E. . Rogers,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
THEY DO SAY
That Jo Fusee has acquired a beauti
ful boiled lobster complexion at New
port. That the Big Three clam eaters have
ordered new and stronger saddle girths
to hold in the next feast.
That there Is a chance for a pun on
Jim Lamb's Mint saloon.
That Geo. G. Bingham and John Al
bert wear the prettiest of William Al
len Richardson rosebuds on their lapels
For the State Fair.
The executive committee of the state
board of agriculture is in session at the
state fair grounds this afternoon and
this evening at the state house. There
are present, Messrs. Apperson, Gregg,
Galloway, Mutlock, Tom Davidson,
Ex-Gov. Moody aud John G. Wright.
This Is a very busy session for these
The details of the whole state fair
lasting a week iu September are to be
arranged. The state board have a
struggle on band to get lights. Their
six year contract with Thomas Holman
for lighting the grounds is not being
kept up by the new company.
Gate keepers, ticket sellers, employes,
superintendents, and nil officials of the
uflalr will be appointed today and those
nut selected will be left to the president
to select just before the fair. i
Wm. Her of Butteville, is in town to
day. He reports the bop crop in good
shape. Fair merchantable hops can be
contracted now for 18 to 20 cents.
City Inquirer Culver went over to
tbo Pioneer Quarries to lay a switch
today to haul out tbo city ball store.
An oye-opener that Sunday bill of
fare at Strong's restaurant.
Senator Hlrsch has been at the bed
side of bis sou Guy Hlrsch of Portland,
who has been quite ill, but is now
Newton Phillips went to Mebama
today on a flying trip, because it is "so
much more plzeuer" up there as some
one has said.
State Treasurer Metschan accom
panied bis wife and two boys to New
port for a few weeks. He returns Mon
(Jet your eyes open as to what 25 cts.
will buy for a Sunday dinner at
Young nun spend your Sunday after
noon at the Y. M. C. A. The boys are
glad to see you. Song service at 4
o'clock and address by Rev, C. R. Kel
lerman. Cool hall, Ice water and fans.
All men are invited. Come.
More and bettor people for the money
In Journal Daily and Weekly lists
than any paper In Orogon. Get our
hard time rates.
If you cannot advertise in but one
paper get the best and cheapest. See
the Journal's lists. Open to adver
Users. J. B. Tuttilll of San Francisco, one
of tho proprietors of tho Salem gas
works, is lu tho city.
D. L. Asbbaugh of the state printing
ofllce, and wife, Jas Godfrey, and Wm.
Mansfield, left for S.dmon river, Tilla
mook county, today.
Watch for Strong's bill of fare for
A box of Oregon peaches will make
a family half dozen good meals or des
serts, Iu freshest stato aud lowest
prices at Clarke St Epploy's grocery.
Lost supply of huckleberries at the
From un-rlver warehouses nearly 10,
000 busholsof old wheat received at
Willamette Valley mills tho past week
to make room for new.
SCALPS. John Demsen was given
$1.18 forsqulrrel scalps; Newton Morris
of Turner, has 300 pqulrrel aud 100
gopher scalps that briug bounties at
25. Nearly all these scalps are ob
tained by Idle people off wild and un
titled lauds. The busy farmer whose
time Is worth anything Is not In the
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No AhMst,
UmtJ ia Millions of Home 40 Years tli Sttadui
Tbo Stats Dairy.
About forty practical dairymen of
Oregon met at the court bouse and were
called to order by President Looney.
Secretary Williamson of Portland.edltor
of the Rural Northwest, State Food
Commissioner Luce, and other promin
ent dairymen were present.
The forenoon was spent In discussion
aud extended addresses were made by
Messrs. Williamson and Luce touching
all the important interests of the dairy.
The members met again at 130 this af
ternoon. The regular annual meeting in held
at the time of holding the state fair
whpn a regular dairy institute will
probably be held.
Among dairymen .present were E. P.
Walker and Walker Brothers of Nut
wood Dairy ranch; Steward Barnard of
the asylum farm, Messrs. Boise and
Marsh of Salem; Mr. Cranston, the
cheese maker, and many more.
A Lore Sonic in M Flat.
"My modest matchless Madeline I
Mark my meodlous midnight mo ins;
Much may my meltlnft music mean
My modulated monotones."
This young man stayed out too late,
serenading bis lady love. He caught a
cold, which developed into catarro, but
be cured it with Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Retfiedy, a sovereign specific for chron
ic cases, "cold in the head," catarrhal
headache. It corrects tainted breath,
stops the offensive discbarges, heals the
irritated throat and nose, leaving the
head clear, and smell and taste unim
paired. It costs but 50 cents, and the
proprietors offer In good failh $500 for a
case they cannot cure,
A. C. Goodrich has leased his place
for 5 years to Albert Clemmens to put
In hops, and sold his team and outfit to
tho same party. Mr. Clemmens is
lately from Indiana.
T. F. Goodrich has sold out to on
Englishman just out from the old
Born, to tho wife of Jas. Kitchen a
son, on the 2d of August. Jas. is likely
to live over it as it is about the 13th ex
perience. Beaty'B hay stacker attracts as much
attention as a circus procession. Over
100 teams stopped from five minutes to
an hour to gaze on it at work. It di
vides Honors wjth the hay-Un Jer. He
has just put up a new hay shed with a
capacity of 100 tons of loose hay.
Some of the Indian boys thrashed
the headfarmer, at the school last week,
and then run away. There is a great
kick among them about Mr. Brewer
being let off. He has been disciplinar
ian ever since the school was moved
from Forest Grove.
Evangelical Association. Ger
man church, cor. Liberty and Central
streets, preaching at 11 a. m. aud at 8
p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. All
Germans are invited. Rev. A. A. En
St. Paul's A. M. E. church, North
Salem, services at 11 a. p., St. Luke
24-47 40, and 7:30 Bt. James 17-19.
Sunday school at 1 p. m. All invited.
G. W. White, pastor.
Y. M. C. A. All young men are iu
Yited to hear Rev. C. R. Kellerman,
at tho Y. M C. A. rooms tomorrow
afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
English Tabernacle East Salem
preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Suuday school at 3 p.m. Rev. L. B.
Fisher, pastor. - .
At Deauborn'8. Get the latest peri
odical, illustrated paper or book at
Dearborn's for your Sunday reading or
Evangelical ServicesSuuday, Aug. 6,
at W. C. TI U. hall, Court street. J.
Bowersox, pastor. T, J. Strayer will
preach at 10:30 a. m , and 7:45 p. m.
Morning theme, "Jesus and the Resur
rection." Evening, "The Possible and
Impossible." 8uuday BChool at 12 m.
Y. P, C. E. at 0:45 p. m. AH are cordi
ally invited to these meetings.
Ofllcers brought to the asylum lost
eveuiug Mrs. Kluoby of Astoria, aged
43 years, She suffered sunstroke ten
Advertisers. If you are going to
spend a dollar for advertising aud want
to reach the most aud best people for
the money come lu and see our lists,
get our hard times prices and actual re
turns for the money. Capital Jour
The Resort. The popular Sunday
resort iu Salem Is the cool refreshing
dining room of Hotel Willamette.
The Columbian lea cream Is equalled?
' nowhere ou the coast.
That depends upon tho
liver. Ir tho Liver is
inactive tho whole sys
tem is out of order tho
breath is bad, digestion
poor, head dull or aching,
energy and hopefulness
gone, the spirit is do
pressed, a heavy weight
exists after eating, with
general despondency and
tne blues. Tho Liver ia
the housekeeper of tho
health; and a harmless,
simple remedy that acts
like Nature, does not
constipate afterwards or
require constant taking;,
does not interfere with
business or pleasure dur
ing its use, makes Sim
mons Liver Regulator a
I have tested
know that for
cine the world ever saw.
other rrmedlea before
Have tried fortr
Regulator, ana none or them gave more
than temporary relief, but the Regulator
not only relieved but cured.
IL II. Jours, Macon, G
Salem grange today considered the
referendum and dlstribut'da lot of books
on the subject of direct legislation.
Visit the Fair, 108 Court Btreet.
Able to supply any order for Jersey
milk Sharpe's Dairy.
Fine lace curtains at low
the New York Racket.
A carload of Lodi, Cal., melons will
be ready for delivery at J G. Wright's
grocery Monday morning. Get your
I am receiving daily Southern Oregon
peaches for sale cheap by box. Also on
hand fresh tomatoes green corn and
huckleberries, John G. Wright.
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied iu bundles of
100, not cut, for sale at this ofileo at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, Iare sheets, two cents
a pound. Next door to the postcfSce.
Notice to Farmers.
Please take notice that the Salem
Flouring Mills Co., are prepared to fur
nish sacks this season as has been their
custom in past years.
Salem Flourlmr Mills Co.
H. B. Holland, manager.
8-1 d w.
In these close times it is well to look
carefully to the way the money is spent,
It is well to see that every dollar spe"nt
brings in the most goods possible. The
New York Rucket will give you more
goods for the money than can be got in
ordinary Btores, for the reason that they
pay cash for their goo'ds, and sell for
cosh only, taking the smallest profit
possible iu the exchange. Call and see
Teach ers' Examination. Notice
is hereby jfiven that the regular quar
terly examination of teachers for Mar
ion county will be held at the court
bouse, Salem, Oregon, at one o'clock,
Wednesday, Aug. 0, 1893. Applicants
for state papers will be examined at the
same time and place. Dated this 24tb
day of July, 1893. J. 8. Graham,
County Supt. of Schools. 7 24d-l w-w2t
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
The Trask River Toll Road, with fur
nished hotel and farm, at its western
gate, iu Tillamook county, title cleai
and renting for fCOQ to $1000 a year
can be secured now, in exchange for
productive city property, or a good
farm lu the Willamette valley. In
quire of N. W. G. at residence of B. C.
Ward, 18th street, near Court, Salem,
Oregon. 7-7-dw 1m
Contractors and Builders.
Sealed proposals will be received at
me governors omce until iJ d. m. Mon-
day, August 7, 1893, and opened imme
diately thereafter, for erection aud com
pletion or two cottages and a congre
gated dining hall, which are to bo
erected at the O. 8. 1. A. cottage farm.
Plans and specification can be seen at
tho ofllce of Chas. Burjrgraf, architect,
A certified check of $100 must accom
pany each bid as a guarantee to furnish
satisfactory Itonds. The right is re
served to reject any or all bids.
Geo. W. MoBride,
7-25-tf Jioard of Trustees.
Armory Co. "Bd-Recit. Inft.1
Balkm, Or., July 20th, 1893.
Order No. 4. '
In compllanco with peneral order
No. 2, O. 8, Brigade headquarters,
Company "B" will parade at the ar
mory on Moudav. Ainmur 7th IftVt tn.
I ntiriAAt lft tvaa l.. I...I t '.
.,,.,.j,u j, i c ungnuo commander.
noaciuuiy Ol a U CIOCK p. IU.
? M,e,U0er8 heut without leave
will subject themselves to the penal-
ill. AH state and government prop
erty must be In the armory for exam
ination by Inspecting nfllce. ji
o.t. . z N. Berry. 1?
2d Lieut. Comdg, Company.-
A SHIP LOAD
OK THIN COATS AND VESTS,
AH Sizes, Large and Small,
Get One and Keep Cool
0i fliWiU STORE
Before Going to the World's Fair
The Limited Express trains of the Chi
cago, juuwauuee & at. raul Railway
between St. Paul and Chicago and
Omaha and .Chicago.
These trains are vestibuled, electric
lighted and steam heated, with the Qu
est Dining and Sleeping Car Service in
The Electric reading light in each
berth is the successful novelty of this
progressive age, and is highly appreciat
es oy an regular patrons or tniR line.
We wish others to know its merits, as
the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
way is the only line in the west enjoy
ing the exclusive use of this patent.
ior further information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt.
225 Stark Bt., Portland, Or. tf
Manufacture standard Pressed Brick,
Molded BrlcV In all Patterns for Fronts,
and supply the brick lor the New Salem City
Hall, and nearly all the fine build ngs erected
In the Capital city.
Yards near Penitentiary, Salem, Or. 8 S dw
ST. PADL'S ACADEMY,
St. Paul, Marion County,- Oregon.
Conducted by the "inters of the Holy Names of
. "" Biarjr. ion location auorasail that
k in uo ut-Bireo ior ineaimiui outdoor exercise.
t. Paul can be easily reached by boats oa tho
Willamette. The building Is newand supplied
with all the modern Improvements. The
course of study Is complete.
Stenography and Typewriting Taught.
For further pat tlculars apply to "lsler Super
from U. P. Dock at 6 o'clock a. m. every Wed
nesday and Saturday.
trom the Central deck: at foot ol Washington
street every Sunday and Thursday.
for Albany every Monday and Tuesday, re
turning same days.
Concerning fref&rht and nsuutmnwur hninaa
Ml UU WIO CUb
ii am ..... .... r . tw..irlv-.
A GOOD CHANCE!
All goods at W. M. Sargeant's will
be sold at the regular price for the next
30 days at 10 per cent, discount for cash.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BORBAU
- - Ongon
Private work a specialty.
C. B. CLEMENT, Manager,
Fresh and Bait meats ;of the beat quality
Poultry and stock. Free delivery.
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL, IMPLEMENTS.
u w o r t81 IuiProved Goods and Lowest Prices.
N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Sts. SALEM, OREGON.
SALKM ALL RIGHT.
Such ia our firm belief, 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 m& M flak
q v uw vuu .
PROTECT OXJR CUSTOMERS
jvtof? them the best goods
-ts. sr"TZL -rLm
Keep cool and don't get excited,
aurtimn irvnu are about to buv
don't do so until you have had time to
pxamlne the new lot of novels on our
shelves. We spare no pains in petting t he
very laiesi. uur assortment or uinsirnwo
periodicals Is unsuroassed.
and see our display.
Bookaollara and Stationers
08 STATE 8TRKET.
E. X. WAITE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK ANDJ0B PRINTERS
Bush's New Brlck,over the bank, Com'l street.
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES
CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS
The Rustler Wood Saw
And he doesn't burn nn half vnur wood. In
fuel, when he saws It. Make your contracts
with him personally orleave orders at Veatcts
olgar store Dearborn's book store,43S hummer
street, or address me by mall. 6-11-U
M. DAVIDSON, cTaduate of
Medina Cttr rt PpnnAvL
vanla ofllce, Bush-Breyman Bkck. Balem.
"pKKSOr. AL.-E. K. Hall, paper banger, hat
JT . returned from the east and is ready for
RET ln Democratic Boom Terms, a
Division Htreet between
clal. Inquire 00 lot.
new uouse wnu a room, nara onisn; on
Front and Comraer.
J" 0lT. Wednesday, In Salem, a pa'ksue of
Leave at this omce.
ji jaccuna jnnges wi apnea in newspaper,
31UIB PArEtt U kepton file at K. U. Date's
. Advertising Agencj, 61 and 65 Merchants
xebange, 8an Francis o. California, where
contrao for advertising: can ba made for lu
kinds on sale at 826 Liberty street.
ATTENTION.-Cash money paid tor rags,
bottles.old iron and all kinds of metals,
aiso bides, at old Court Uouse, Halem.
1-W-ly 1. TOLPOLAR.
Regular Seventh Dty Advent si services at
old Unitarian Hall opposite opera house, ba
lem, Hutur.sys. Sabbath school at Io. m.,
followed by Bible leading and other service.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 n. m. 6-27
On easy terms and cbtap. A SO acre orchard
on Sunny Side No. one. 8 miles south
MMMw JOHN HART.
in the market, at lowest prices.
. WllUS BROTHERS & CO.
CORNER, .... 8AUEM ; OWtGOX,