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ALL DRESS GOODS INCLUDED,
Call and Get Prices.
Our two fine presents will be given away September 1st.
307 Commercial Street.
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You are going to build or make any Kind of
Improvement, call on trie underIgned for
material. We have a complete stock, and are
ready to (apply any prepated contract, sewer
work, (trading, etc.
Salem Improvement Co.
Inhuman. Some etnall boys about
town have beeu amusing themselves of
late by torturing aud killing cats. Id
one case an old cat was tied and the
boys cut her legs and tall off, then
throw her out to scramble about and
dielnbcr misery. The names of the
boya are known, and there is talk of
having them arrested. It would be a
good plan to Bend such boys to jail, as
such horrible cruelty 1b worse than
stealing. Tillamook Headlight. If
these boys are too young for the pent
teatiary a thorough course at the re
form school may save a length of rope
a few years hence. The quicker they
i are shut up somewhere the better for
Chinese Romikhy. A Chinaman
named Bam, on a ranch a mile east of
Independence, reported yesterday be-
ing robbed Thursday of $1300 in gold,
which be bad In his bed, and some
clothing. Another Chinaman on a
" ranch near Salem wua arrested and Is
in jail. The clothing was found in his
cabin, but no money. After hearing
before Judgo Batchelor, no evidence
was fonnd against Sam and he was dls-
charged. He Is one of the Chinamen
who were haudlod pretty roughly on
the Pettyjohn place. Sometime since
for resisting a tax collector.
Goes Eveuywhkkk. Owing to Its
low price the One Cent Daily Jour
nal by mall has nu unusually large cir
culation for a list that was started only
I two months ago. The mail list of the
. dally is entirely composed of names In
addition to city and suburbs on carriers
, lists and the weekly Journal. In all
Its editions not less than fifteen thous
and peoplo inspect the contents of the
f Daily Journal.
; Tub Circus. Those who witnessed
1 the parade and attended the exhibition
. say the Sells aud Rentfrow's circus at
oalem Monday was tuo best that has
visited Oregon for years. The seats are
superior, the ring show more complete
and leas of objectionable features than
any circus of the season. It is a very
well managed nllulr.
Will Proceed. It has been decid
ed to go ahead with the asylum aud re
form school addltlous. Tho bid of J.
A. Hazel fiO.OOS for tho additions to
tho reform aohool, and of II. C. Llebe
(21,344 for tho two cottages aud the
congregated diulug hull at the asylum,
'will be accepted aud the work will pro
ceed at otieo.
Surpasses Alu The Lightning
aelf-seallug, Instantaueoua action, aud
f Infallible fruit Jar Is tho only ouo worth
buying in tho loug run. If you have
never tried It Bee your grocers, Clark &
Xppley, Court street.
Insane From Coos, Rosa Bortt
of Myrtle Point was brougt to tho asy
lum today. She has a variety of real
hallucinations, among them that some
U norearulog In her ears.
I IN the 8oui There Is no danger of
jKtmvfftnt living If you get tho right
ftoftrttlleuta for eoups at J. A. Vim
jXaton'H grocery. Vegetables, fruits
(ud muom a specialty.
JRuNAWAY. At 8 p. ru. the cayuse
IteMB of a Mr. Davis ran down Com-
llMtfom street, throwing tho owner out
Mad hurtlug hlaa some. Tho team war.
mptumi on State street.
I .CMMiiW Djuusmo mm uu uiiioio
Mtiwsd. Thero 1 a flue Hue of stu-
19 v ut . U inf rtatnta A .1 am II aI
ami reference bibles ou Bale at
', at 60a aud upward,
SCHOOL FUND.The atate school
board snvt thta afternoon at the
i of TJfcfk G. W. Davk, to eoeafcW
i Mhaol fttfti twetiiUoaiaent.
' ii i i
TKAOMMMi' iNMfiTtmc For the 0th J
Mtelsl Wflliw next Moaday at 1 07
WOOuawwiwM(. Jfl.SMf. I
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Air. and Mrs. R. P. Bolce, Sr., and
Miss Mae Bolce leave tomorrow for
Dallas for a few weeks outing.
J. W. Wallace, of the Water Co.,
went to Albany today.
Ed. F. Parkburet Is home from a
Puget Bound trip for the fotate Insur
Mr. and Mrs. Burmester, of Albany,
were guests at the Bonbam bungolow
in North Balem yesterday.
A Macleay farmer claims to have
threshed 49 bushels of wheat to the
acre this week.
Attorney H. J. Bigger and family are
home from camp in the mountains at
Fred S. Stewart, Eddie Thompson,
Clarence S. Hamilton, Max Buren,
Geo. Rogers and Samuel Bishop have
returned from a two week's outing at
Tho state board of agriculture meets
at Salem Wednesday.
Rev. Wm. Lund is at Portland.
E. S. Longakor of Buena Vista, wbb
broke his leg a week ago today, is doing
G. A. Duretto of Fairfield, was in
Phil. K. Fretz and O. L. Barker wero
at Jefferson Saturday evening to install
ofllcera elect of the Odd Fellows lodge.
Jua. Kyle Is at Portland to buy paper
to wrap ten carloads of pears for the
Mrs. Hohl, who had operation per
formed for an abscess by Drs. Browne
and Miss Davis is doing well.
A 16 year old son of Mr. Bruce on the
garden road, was quite severely hurt
by a kick from a man he was scuffling
W. F. Ford, an old Pacific Coast jour
nalist was In town tdday.
R. J. Hendricks of the Statesman
started for Bay City today, via Astoria
per steamer Elmoro.
Miss Jessie McGowan of Portland Is
a guest at the home of State Treasurer
Wm. Dumara, manager of the West
ern Union, has returned from tho sea
shore. Dr. A. Davis and party aro home
The Governor's Fan.
Governor Pennoyor comes in for
more hard blows and press criticism
thau any man In Oregon, but so long
as there Is no Intentional malice he
takes all In good part.
In talking to a friend recently ho said
his only abjection to Graver Cleveland
was that he was not a Democrat. And
he added: "If wo had nominated anj
honest Democrat in the Uulted State
we would not have tad these hard
Talking about a special session he
Bald Jokingly that one ought to be called
to make au appropriation to ship out of
tho state every unemployed working
man who wauted to go.
L "Where would you send them to,
governor? was asked.
"I would sond them to New York
and Washington, and if any could be
luduced to go there, I would send a f.'.w
to Buzzard's Bay," and thou Penney
er had a hearty laugh.
Tho following program will be ren
dered at the band concert at Morulug
side this evening:
March, "Pride or the Baritones,'' King
ritfAptii..k iit A m.Ai..n '... r
Bchottlsolie. "Dream of Love" Casey
Medley, "Blossoms of '03" Boettger
Reverie, "The Wayside Chapel" Wllsou
uimiuiu. A4 & iiauj--. ijUHranih
Walt "Thetis Club" . Rooa
uverture, "Murmuring of the Forest"
., ----- "- .--Bouillon
March, "Oue iu the Dark".Chattaway
Au 22. Wheat,
Seller 63; new
CuioAao, Aujf. 2. Cash, 611: Sep
tember 01 J,
1.00, Walla Walla 87 80: Dm!
roiiTLAND, Aug. Ei Wheat valley,
Fair," Court street, for bar-
Lodi melons on cold storage at John
G. Wright's grocery.
Southern Oregon Peaches.
Bv the tho box for family use,
celved dally at John Wright's grocery.
First of the season and first In the
market at John G. Wright's grocery
Call and inspect the life size crayon
portraits given away at Harritt & Mo
Intyre's grocery opposite the postoftlce.
Notice to Farmers.
Please take notice that the Salem
Flouring Mills Co., are prepared to fur
nish sacks this seasou as has been their
custom in past years.
ttaiem flouring Aims uo.
H. B. Holland, manager.
8-1 d w.
Of Interest to Sportsmen.
1LC W a tlnlhn-l A n t A TTnlnrt Pa.
clrlc System, Portland, Ore., has Just received"
a supply oi DOOKa cauea -uan uiuo nuies au
Revised Game Laws." This publication cou
tains a digest or the laws relating to game In
this Western states and territories. Mr. Hal
b.irt will be glad to null 70a one of the books
upon receipt 01 two stamps 10 cover postage.
W. H. HUX.BURT, Q. A. P. A.
To Water Consumers.
The Salem Water Company has com
menced to lay tbo new 24-Inch auction
pipe from tbo crib to their works,and as
mere will De quite an amount 01 worn
around the crib in repairs and putting
in fresh gravel tnere will probably be
dome dirty water. Consumers should
draw their drinking water before 7 a.m.
while tho work is being done. Office
hours from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. and any
complaint for bad service should be
made at the office when It will receive
Salem Water Co.
J. W. Wallace, President.
"Breakage" at Yale.
One of tho popular methods of killing
time among Yale students is in getting
the worth of the money they pay annual
ly for breakage. Each student is sub
ject to an annual tax of $25 for "break
age," which is supposed to cover the loss
to the corporation for accidents and
damage to the furniture and fixtures of
the various departments of the college.
Twenty-five dollars a year from each
student in the university would bo an
important revenue in itself were it not
for the habit of tho boys in making sur
that they are not overcharged in this re
spect. Instead of there being a profit
from this tax, therefore, each year gen
erally shows a net deficit. This year the
loss is greater than usual.
The favorite method of the students
in "getting even with the 'breakage' " is
by illustrating their artistic abilities on
whatever smooth surfaces that may hap
pen to bo at hand. These include not
only tho walls and doors, but the desks,
tables and especially the glass fronts of
bookcases and cases for specimens. On
tho last named diamonds are used, and
tho figures are cut with great care and
in many instances in beautiful detail.
Some of thonudo figures loft this year
would attract a great deal of attention
if they were exhibited in the art school
of the college. Perfect as they are, how
over, they aro being destroyed. Unblem
ished surf aces are being put in place of
those defaced wherever they may be
found. New Haven Cor. New York
The Inventor of Street Cars.
Tho death of John Stephenson, tho fa
mous street car manufacturer, is a re
minder of the short period during which
street cars have been in common use.
Although Mr. Stephenson secured a pat
ent fof tho first street car in the year
1889, it was not until 1853 that the street
car business iu New York showed signs
of its future development. Tho first
stroet car company chartered was tho
New York and Harlem, which remains
substantially with us to this day as the
Madison avcuuo road. In 1853 the Sec
ond, Third, Sixth and Eighth avenue
street car companies wero phartered,
and a great revolution in tho mode of
living in New York began.
The late John Stephenson played his
part modestly, but very efficiently, in
tho development of the street car. He
had roached tho halo age of 83 when the
end came to him peacefully. He built
up a great industry in the heart of New
York city, which gives continuous em
ployment to hundreds of men. Iu some
communities a man like tho late John
Stephenson would bo honored with, "a
public funeral. New York Evening Sun.
Wheat Land In Delaware.
Northern Delaware still has some of
tho host wheat lauds in the country,
Ouo farmer iu New Castle county re
ports an averago of 80 bushels per acre
upon 160 acres. Another report an av
erage of 83 bushels per acre, and anoth
er an averago of 83 bushels per acre. A
small field recently in asparagus yielded J
an average of 00 bushels per acre. Mew
tUtouly Pure Cream of Tartar
vi is Mimon ot iiomes40 Yr tltt
Women In tho Novel and the Play.
Jnraes Payu has been calling attention
to the fact that in the most popular novel
ever written, "Robinson Crusoe," there
Is not a petticoat. In Robert Louis
Stevenson's books there is scarcely tho
rustle of a skirt, and in all his books
women are subordinated to the mutual
interest of man and mam The same
thing is true, too, only in a less de
gree, in the stories of Conan Doyle. Nor
does J. M. Barrie give them their accus
tomed place. Plainly women are going
out. On the stage there are the same in
dications of woman's waning power to
interest by virtue of her sex In "Men
and Women," the serious interest of the
play lay exclusively with the men. In
tho "Lost Paradise," women were scarce
ly more important. In "Lady Winder
mere's Fan," despite the title, the men
had tho best of it In "Colonel Carter
of Cartersville" and in "Alabama," the
women were scarcely more than feeders
to tho men a place they have rarely
been called before to fill in art.
Opera clings more cloeely to the tra
ditions of the past. Yet in "Siegfried"
it is only in tho last act that a woman is
permitted to have any voice in all that
is goicg on. Painting could scarcely bo
expected to keep such rapid steps, for
painting is not so dependent on human
interest, and the clothing and furbelows
of women furnish the pain ters with thoso
opportunities that man can never offer.
In the fine arts exhibition at Chicago,
the notable portraits, with the exception
of those of Courtois and Doucet, are of
men Renan, James Gordon Bennett,
Pope Leo, Bismarck, Von Moltke. It is
before these the crowds linger. San
Washing a Lapland Prince.
Onco a day they give Mild Bull, Jr., a
bath in the Lapland village on tho Mid
way plalsance. Mild Bull is the king of
a tribe in Lapland. Mild Bull, Jr., is
his son and tho heir apparent to the
throne. For his age, which is probably
8, Mild Bull, Jr., has learned his duties
in the king business with remarkable
precociousness. He is acknowledged lord
of all the women of the tribe by reason
of his exercise of the royal prerogative
of kicking their shins
Once a day, however, the laws of Lap
land commit the heir apparent to, the
care of the ladies' auxiliary committee
of the house of lords. That occurs by
parliamentary statute at 8 o'clock in the
morning, when it is decreed that "the
king shall wash, long livo tho king!"
Mild Bull, Jr., wants to be Prince of
Wales all day and all night. He doesn't
like any patches on his authority. Wash
ing him is a work of time and muscle,
and long ago the women abandoned the
idea of laving him in a tub.
Nowadays they approach his majesty
while he is enjoying his royal and impe
rial slumbers. Before his majesty real
izes what is the matter he has been
yanked out of bed, pulled into, tho open
air and half drowned with ashowerbath
from a well directed hose. It takes three
women to yank his majesty into the
royal and imperial bathroom, which is
the grass plot in front of the house, while
two more point the hose at him and make
quick work of bis ablutions. Then the
king to be arises in his might, and it
takes the full strength of the company
to apply a towel. Chicago Times.
She'd a Corpse to Sell.
A day or two ago a physician of this
city was sitting in his office when a re
spectably dressed woman entered and
desired to speak with him privately. He
granted the request and asked her to
make known her errand. The woman
after some hesitation abruptly inquired:
"Doctor, wiiat would you give for a
The question was such an unusual one
that it nonplused the physician, and for
the space of a minute he was unable to
make a reply. Finally he ventured to
inquire whose corpso she wished to dispose-of.
"Ob, I hayeu't the corpso yet," replied
she, "but my husband, who is much
older thau I am I expect him to die
very soon, and I thought perhaps you
might wish to purchase a subject."
. "Why do you wish to dispose of his
body?" asked the physician.
"Well," replied the woman, "wo are
not in very good circumstances, and 1
thought wo might as well tnako some
thing that way as to bury him."
Tho physician informed her that he
was not in the corpso buying business
and politely bowed her out of the office.
It has since transpired that the family are
not in destitute circumstances, but are
of miserly instincts and that it was this
characteristic that prompted tho woman
to make her visit to the physician. Ce
dar Rapids Republican.
ODDS AND ENDS.
Tho population of modern Athens is
only a little more than 100,000.
Over 20 per cent of reading men in ev
ery country are shortsighted or other
wise of defective vision.
Greek paintings were executed in dis
temper with glue, milk or white of egga
and on wood, clay, plaster, stone, parch
ment or canvas.
In Paris tho latest fad is to ride a
bicycle- in the Bois in the morning, and
many of the titled French women do it
and of cor.rso do it well.
Porder. - Ko Ammoaia; K Ahm.
A Planters Experience.
"Mr pltntMtlon f a In n malarial IU
rIct,wlcro fever nod ornteprovBUed.
IcmployllSOlmiidMj frequently IiIf
of them were alck. I vri nerlr Mm
eonra;ci nbeu I toegau tbe oae er
Tbereflnltwas marvellous. Xrnra
bectme strong and licartyvand I have
bad no fortbur trouble. WItn tbeao
pun, i won Id not fear to live la any
wasp." BI VAX Bayon Sara, La.
OJSccj 140 to 144 Washington St, & T,
An Innovation For a Wedding.
The other day some one sent a question
to a newspaper, asking whether it would
not be a pleasing innovation to have a
"musical wedding" i. e., to have some
musician of note give a half hour recital
before the main business of the day was
transacted. The "Answers to Correspond
ents" promptly sat upon the idea, but
failed to hold it up to the ridicule it de
served. If there is not enough human
interest left in a wedding to keep em
ployed the mind and emotions of a pre
sumably friendly audience, what is going
to become of us?
Is tho funeral ultimately to be enliv
ened by the popular lecture, so that peo
ple may be induced to attend it? Tho
trouble is we get so frightened when we
think of being bored ourselves or of bor
ing other people that we lose our heads.
It would be interesting to find out at just
what stage of civilization people include
among their divine rights that of being
amused. Kate Field's Washington.
Where Girls Da the Treating.
Not long since Mrs. Grant was buying
the confectionery for a dinner at West
Point. While she was in the shop some
young girls accompanied by cadets came
in and bought some candy, the girls pay
ing for it, as cadets are never expected
to have money. Mrs. Grant smiled on
them and said, "I am buying candy for
the old generals, and the pretty girls are
buying it for you." Exchange.
Conservatory of Music.
Willamette University, Salem, Or.,
School of music for piano, organ, violin,
singing, orchestral instruments, Harmo
ny, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration
and higher musical composition. JNo
better grade of work done west of the
Rocky mountains. Prices low. Seven
teachers. Next term begins 8ept. 4tb.
Send for annual year book or address,
Z. M. Parvin, Mus. Doctor, musical
director. 8 9 2md&w
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKEN
CHARLES A. SMITH HUNS
The Rustler Wood Saw
And be doesn't burn up half your wood, in
fuel, when he saws It. Make your contracts
with blm personally orleave orders at Veatohs
clear store Dearborn's book store,436 Hummer
street, or address mo by mall. 6-14 tl
Proprietor of the
GERMAN k MARKET
South Commercial 8U, Balem.
All kinds Fresh, salt and Bmoked Meats
Oldest, Highest and Most Extended
Institution of Learning in the Pacific
Sixteen courses of Instruction, from
Grammar, through Academic and Col
lege, to Theology, Law and Medicine.
Splendid Courses for Training In
Teaching, Business, Art, Elocution
and Muslo. Several Post Graduate
Courses. Stronger and better than ever.
It's Woman's College affords an ideal
home for young ladles with unsurpassed
facilities for their care and training.
The school year opena Sept. 4, 1893.
For Year Book and all information
relating to school management aud
course of study, address,
President GEO. WHITAKEB, D.D.
For financial information, address,
Sev. J. H. BOOBE, Agent,
8-23-dcW Salem. Oreeon.
Oregon State Fair.
Under tbe manaeenieut of the State
Board of Acrlculture, on the Btate
Fair Grouuda near Balem, commenc
ing September 11th, 1603, and oon-
uuuiug one wceK,
MORE THAN $15,000 IN CASH
Will be paid as preminma for Htornr, roullry.
H wine. Agricultural Products, Fruits, Native
,Vr w .'7 ".,"" au ana Fancy
Work, and for trials of speed.
Seduced Rates of Fares and Freights
oh All Transportation Lisas.
PAVILION open four evenlnn during the
week, with good muslo In attendance.
IUKNK UltAND HTAND and the new
Iteculatlon Track are conceded to be amour
tbe most comfortab'e and the best on thePu
ClfloOoaat. SPLENDID CONTEST OP UPEED each
day. ThTels entered for these contest tbe
best Held of bones this year that has been on
Ike rronnda for many seasons.
Valuable and handrome improvement
have been made on the grou ads and buildings.
Has been revised aad inomrmi m ih..-i.
Artlt..wlllhl.nM - . -.WBWBlli
Entries for Premiums close at3p-m. the
arstdayoiheKalr.and Exhibits ruuslbeirj
Men's Seawm Tifkt
Women's twoa Tirkwt
., 1 0
Womea'abay Ticket-,: ' $2
women to Kaee Conine. Ktwl
Children tindr 1 w-M 22... .rl..
BU.tt: """ " Hflittd jSr" Pnasv.
J.T.YMtaon b&PWU0. P- 1
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ON THE DEAD
to get one of those Home Made
ALL WOOL SUITS that
are now beincj slaughtered
ViOOUEll W& STORE,
Complete Turn Over
A complete turn over has been madelnC
prices In almost every deDartment. Prices!
ksut without regard to cost to make room J
ior new arrivals uere are a lew example:
"" papir ac a Hug, jurmeriy ouc.
Bound books S5 1 a vol " 75c,
Paper books 160 each " 2Sc
Library Paste lOo " 2S0.
Other Roods in proportion We can rlvl
you a snap on any article. Cullnnd see If
we can 1, save you money on gooas in onrl
BookBollere and StatlonareJ
08 BTATK BTBEET.
E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blank JPublisJiers.
Bush's New Brick.over the bank. Oom'l street.
ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY,
St. Paul, Marlon County, Oregon.
Conducted by the "Isters of the Holy Names of
Jesus and Mary. The location affords all that
tun be desired for healthful outdoor exercise,
-tt. Paul can bo easily reached by boats on tbe
Willamette. The building Is new and supplied
with all the modern Improvements. The
course of study la complete.
Stenography and Typewriting Taught.
For further paitlcu'ars apply to Rlster Super-
from U. P. Dock at 6 o'clock a. m, every Wed
nesday and Saturday.
(rom the Central dock at foot of Washington
street every Bunday an d Thursday.
for Albany every Monday and Tuesday, re
turnlne same days.
Concerning freight and passenger business,
call on the agent, aIa HKKUEnP
A GOOD CHANCE!
All goods at W. M, Bargeaul's will
he sold at the regular price for tne next
30 dayB at 10 percent, discount for caah.
DETECrriYB AND COLLECTING BUREAU
Private work a specialty.
a B. CLEMENT, Manager.
(0 j &
mm Elf 00 .
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Latest Improved Good and Lowest Price.
n. W. t,or..aiic ano Liberty Sts.
la what you need dining this warm weather. We have tho
paterns in endless variety.
OTJR SUMMER GOODS,
Something better than Calico, we are cutting prices on
summer Jackets asd Uacy Parasols at Cost Look at our
low prices on blankets next week.
WILLIS BROTHERS 5b CO.
WKRAH0U8K OOSWKR, - - - - BALKH. OMGOM,
Lvai show d Oxfords
From my farm, four head or horse .as follews:
Black mare, weight 1800 pounds.is hands high
heavy In loal, In fair order, romeu hat drooped
hipped and ringbone on left fore foot, has
been swinmed in left, shoulder, age 6 years.
elding &( bands high, 4 years old.
round built. In eood order, star In forehead.
somewhat sleepy look, one hind foot white,
Hoigjifriiwub iiwt vuuuiuwi Bc&iaeu, ramer
large neck. One light brown mare, 16 hands
blgb, wt-lgbt about 1150, small star under fore
lock, nges years, half of de. heavy mane and
tall, square built, heavy fetiocks and high
beaded. One mare age 1'i or If, abont 11 hands
high, light bay, stiff traveling, has long nar
row leet In front, weight 800 or SOipounds, In
fair order. Horses were taken Tuesday or
ednesday night, August 1st or 2nd. I will
pay S2S apiece lor tbe return or tho first 8 de
scribed horses nr a liberal amount for any Id
ormalion .eadlnif to their whereabouts Ad
dress, a U. J KH y AN,
8 111m dw Switzerland, Marlon Oe., Or.
Manufacture Standard Pressed Brick,
Molded Brick in all Patterns for fronts,
and supply the brick lor the New Balem City
Hall, and nearly all the fine buildings erected
In the Capital City.
Yards near .tenltentlary, Salem, Or. 83 dw
AG t NTS WANTED on Salary and emsiIsslon
for THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
BIOGRAPHY OF JAMES G.
By GAIL. HAMILTON, his literary executor,
with the 00 operation of his family, and for Mr
Blaine's Complete Works, "TWENTY YKAKd
ok-CONGBESh." andhta later 000k, "POLI
riCAL. D1HCUSSIUNS." One prospectus for
these 3 UKKT SELLING books In the murket.
A P.Jordan 01 Me., took 112 ordei frtm flret
110 calls; agent's pront IIW150. Mrs Ballard
of O. took 15 orders, 13 Seal Russia, In one duy;
profit 128 25. E.N Ulcc.of Mass. took 27 orders
in 3 days; prodt S47.25. J. -airidge of Me. took
43 orders from 88 call; profit t75 25. E. A
Palmer of N. Dak. iooto3 orders In 3 days;,
pioflt 1125. EXCLUSIVE Tr RK1TOBY gl
en. If you wish to make LAbOu MONEY,
write Immediately for terms to
THE HENRY BILL PUB. CO., NorwichTCon.
Bates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Bay
The best hotel between Portland amd Ban
Francisco, First-class In all IU appointments.
Its tables are served with the
arewn In the WUUunett Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
nrTANVED, TO BENT A farm nearHalem,
VV of to to 300 acres, with Improvements,
by experienced and responsible parties. Ad
dress N. J. Harrington, 8a em, Or. 8 15
TOOK SALE OE TRADE.-8Q acres ol land
P situated In Polk county, six miles from
Kauton, lor sale or trade lor Balem property.
Enquire of U. W.Johnson, or Fred Hursu
RENT On Democratic Boom Terms, a
new house with 8 rooms, hard flulsh: on
.Vision Street htVHn Vmnt nnri Cnmmn.
cial Inquire on lot. 86
31UIS PATER la kept on Die at E. O. Cake's
. Advertising Agency, 61 and 65 Merchants
xchange.Ean Francisco, California, where
oontraoVi for adveztUlng can be made for It.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Literature of all
kinds on sale at 828 liberty street, 4-5-ly
, TTENTION. Cash money paid for rags,
XX. bottles, old Iron and all kinds of metals,
also hides, at old Court House, Balem.
Regular Seventh Day Advent st services at
old Unitarian Hall opposite opera house, Ba
lem. Baturjavs. KahhAth inhrvil at In n. m
followed by Ulble readlog and other services.
rrayer meeting Wednesday 730 n, m. e-
World's Fair, Chicago.
MOTEL - -
Calumet Avenue aud Kth Btreet.
Vlreproof j Ml ruomst near Pslr
Ground! bstki on every floor.
yadaianiaiilau and Suropesn puns.
siMMffstnCTMtoMadar. KtskIs family
mn vnwa aotsb write
are selling AT COST,