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2fiVIEtfrNGr AOAJ?ITAIi JOW&NAJL, WELXNISSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1893.
Por 30 Days.
ALL DRESS GOODS INCLUDED.
Call and Get Prices.
Our two fine presents will he given away September 1st.
THE PALACE anddIhegcompany,
307 Commercial Street.
- if -
Vou are going to build or make any Hndol
Improvement, call on the andertlgncd tot
material. We have a complete stock, and art
ready to supply any prepated contract, sewei
work, grading, etc
Salem Improvement Co.
The board of school .land commis
sioners for the state of Oregon at Its
regular meeting yesterday made the
annual distribution of the interest
arising from the common Echool fund
among the several counties of the
state as follews:
Counties. No. Chll. Ain't.
Baker 2,3031.615 20
Benton 3,733 2,613 10
Clackamas 7,240 6.0C3 00
Clatsop 2,586 1,810 20
Columbia 1.955 1,368 50
Coos 3,420 2,394 00
Crook 1,063 397 60
Curry 668 397 60
Douglas 5,027 3,518 90
Grant 1.727 1,208 90
Gilliam 1,257 879 90
Harney 842 689 40
Jackson 4 382 3,067 40
Josephine 1.941 1,358 70
Klamath 904 674 80
Lake 798 558 60
Lane 6,610 4,627 00
Linn 7,792 C.454 40
Lincoln 1,192 834 40
Malheur 893 625 10
Marlon 9.181 6,426 70
Morrow 1,521 1,004 70
Multnomah 22,747 15,922 90
Polk 3,577 2,503 90
Sherman 810 588 00
Tillamook 1.430 1.001 00
Umatilla 6,163 3,614 10
Union 4,512 3,158 40
Wallowa 1,643 1,150 10
Wasco 3,086 2,160 20
Washington 5,846 4,092 20
Yamhill 4,804 3,360 00
120,645 $84,451 60
It was further ordered by the board
that a further distribution be made
of this fund on tho second Monday in
December next, or as soon thereafter
as tho board may deem advisable.
Hors in Polk. Tho hop yards of
tho county are all protulslug well, and
as tho time for harvesting them draws
near give more eucouragiuont for n rich
r Jturu. There Is one thing tlmt stand-
between the hop grower and genuine
happiness, Just now, ami that Is the se
curing of monuy with which to make
to crop ready for market. Wo learu
that tho money can he secured by pay-
Dg from 10 to 35 per cent for three
months, giving a good sized bonus, al
lowing ono cent on eaoh pound of hops,
giving gilt-edged security and amort
gago on tho crop. Verily, a "dead
mortal cinch" workoth wonders in
inouoj circles. Dallas Transcript.
A Solid UiTV. An Albany paper
supports tho idea that Rulem Is dead,
and crows over Its own aupposltlon.
In addition to being a discourtesy, this
Is a plain lie. Salem Is today one of
the brightest and most solid little cities
In the Northwest, It Is very possible
that Albany may be too, some day, but
it Is u mistake to imagine that that pos
ltlon can bo attained by a perpetual at
tempt to cast mean slurs at towns more
fortunate, and faster In the race. As
torlau. Oukqon Wins.-Harrltt wou the
gold modal match for the 8th time lost
evening and Is now tho permanent pos
sessor. Only two other sportsmen were
skilful enough with tho gun to stay in
the ring to tho eud Messrs. Turner
Tub Cmous. It came aud went and
still people must eut. The stock of nec
essaries and luxuries holds out bigger
than ever at J. A. Van Eutou's.
Gkkat Success, Ladles who are
experts at preserving fruits all speak
well of the Lightning Fruit Jars sold at
Clark fc Epyley'a grocery, Court St.
Onh Sikkpkb and two drunks were
before hi honor Judge Edea tlilt morn
ing. The former watt turned looso aud
tbe latter got Ave days each.
C'lTTJNa Wires. Several prominent
bttMBMw men were cutting wires on
0)r building today of various eleolrlo
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Brewer Klinger was at Turner today.
Mrs. and Mrs. A. O. Uondit went to
Miss Allena Mellen is at Roseburg.
Miss Ethel Cuslck Is at Newport.
General Odell Is at Albany.
Hon. H. P. Bishop went south on the
Mr and and Mrs. 8. C. Reed arrived
today from the world's fair.
Mr. aud Mrs. E. F Parkburst are at
Rev. Chas. Wendtc, of Oakland, Cal..
arrived this afternoon.
Governor Peunoyer went to Portland
Wo. Torrey started for Chicago to
day. Miss Lena Bickel, who has been a
guest of the Breymaus, returned to
Miss Margaret Krebs is the guest of
her slater Mrs. P. W. Tbie of Astoria.
A reception will be given this even
ing at Unity church to Rev. C. W.
Wendte, of Oakland.
Between the government Postofllce
and the "Mint" tho Journal office
Is in a solid block.
An old dealer says if money gets easy
tighter they will go' down
to 12 or
The Boone estate property will be sold
Saturday see notices a chance to get
some good residence lots.
Miss Ada Joluieon returned from the
To counteract the desire for strong
drink tako Hlmmons Liver Regulator,
Wm. M. Kaiser, Eugene Eckerler,
Henry Haas;and Qua Kaiser are at the
North forks of theSantiam to remain
M ojor D. C. Sherman, Cnpt. M. L.
Meyers and Lieutenant I. W. Berry
went to Portland to atteud the-funeral
of Lieutenant Nelson.
A monkey escaped from the- Sells
circu9 at Balem, was captured under
the Perry stove works and forwarded
to tho owners at Albany last night.
Real estate transfers yesterday 54 935
Geo. Sroat and Mrs. Sroat, and their
guests Mrs. Hathaway and son of Ne
braskn, went to Newport today.
Senator Matlock, of Pendleton, Is In
the city. Ho is not in favor of a special
Tho Journal was never receiving so
many orders as at present and can
show tho largest paid up Daily aud
Weekly lists of any paper In the state
except tho Oregoulan,
Senator Jell Myers was a passenger
for Oregon City today.
Napoleon Davis aud family wont to
Portland where they make their homo
for the present.
F. T. Hurt, the artist in trousers, re
turned from Albany today.
A. Bush, tho Salem banker, Is at
Wm. Chambers has been appointed
to au inspectorship In the custom houso
The State Fair.
The Btatfl Board of Agriculture Is In
session today at tho stale houso but not
to consider "tho advisability of aban
doning the state fair this year" as the
The meeting Is called to consider the
stato of finances of the fair, A state
warrantor the sum of (5000 needed to
cash premiums has been troubling the
board a little, but not enough to stop
holding a fair,
A great deal of money has been ex
pended on new race tracks, new build
ings, advertising, and repairs, proba
bly f 15,000, and the Board bos never
thought of buoIi a thing as giving up
tho annual slate fair that has bee.u
held each year for 83 years.
Fou Larceny. One Henry Carsou
ouiuui juii, iuuuu uvcr lu fuo
trrntirl lnrv hv fVtiiatahln Mlllr. nt ilia
I I b fit h 7-t at h I I 1 lt.Aa:jl .. A -fc A t. n
Aurora. iiuttovllla and Hubbard dl'a.
tr.ct,cbarBed with robbing one Clarence
Belli m old man of a valuable watch. I
Nellie Aldine, 2:21, has been retired
to tbo stud.
John A. Goldsmith won $7,000 at the
recent Detroit meeting..
The average attendance during the re
cent Washington park meeting was near
A mule 20 hands high and weighing
1,800 pounds was exhibited at Cedar
Vale, Kan., recently.
The stallion king Stamlxral is coming
at such a rate that he is liable to spoil
his record considerably.
Ormonde, the $150,000 stallion, will be
stabled at Elizabeth, N. J., for several
weeka and then taken to California.
Erie county, N. Y., has furnished more
new members of the 2:30 list this year
than any other county in the Union.
C. H. Nelson has a chip on his shoul
der. He will trot Nelson against Martha
Wilkes, Ryland T, Arion or Kremlin.
William Freer, who purchased the
Kierated farm at Kingston, N. Y., -will
begin the construction of a half mile
This may be a circus story, hut it is
said that the 420 horses and 10 elephants
of tho Forepaugh circus consume five
tons of hay and straw and 150 bushels of
There is one plant that is never touched
by an insect, and that is tansy. If yon
rub a horse over with a handful of it be
fore taking him out upon tho road, it is
claimed that tho flies will not touch him.
Court street, for bar-
Lodl melons on cold storage at John
G. Wright's grocery.
Southern Oregon Peaches.
By tho the box for family use, re
ceived dally at John Wriuht's grocery.
Fit 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 & Mc-
Intyre'e grocery opposite the postofllce.
Notice to Farmers.
Please take notice that the Salem
Flourinc Mills Co.. are prepared to fur
nish sacks this seasou as has been their
custom in past years.
Salem Flouring Mills Co.
H. B. Holland, manager,
81 d w.
Of Interest to Sportsmen.
Mr. W. II. Hulburt. A. G. P. A.. Union Pa-
cmo system, romaud, ore., nasjusiri-ceivea
a supply of books cubed "Hun. Club Kules and
ItevUed Game Laws " Tuts publication coa
tains a digest ot the laws relating to game In
the Western states and territories. Mr. Hal
b irt will be glad to mill you one of the books
upon receipt ol two stamps to oover postage.
W. U.J1UL.UUHT, O.A.P.A.
Notice to Taxpayers.
To Tax Payers of Marion Ceunty:
Persona owning taxable property in
Marion county who have railed to list
tbe same for taxation for" 1893, will pro
fit by calling at tbe assessor's office and
listing tbe same on or before the 2Gtb
Inst, otherwise such property will be
taken from the assessment roll of the
previous year and by so doing, parties
are liable to be taxed with property not
belonging to them, aud should that be
the case, uuless such errors ore corrected
through the board of equalization, such
assessment will staud ttgainst them.
and they will be forced to pay the taxes
D. D. Coffy,
dfcw td County Assessor.
To Water Consumers.
The Salem Water Company has com-
meuceu to lay tue new 24-lncb suction
pipe from the crib to their works,and as
there will be quito an amount or work
uround the crib in repairs and putting
In fresh gravel tnere will probably be
somo dirty water. Consumers should
draw theirdriuklug water before 7 a.m.
wlille tho work is being done. Office
hours from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. and any
complamt for bad service should be
made at tho office when It will receive
Salem Water Co.
J. W. Wallace, President.
To the taxpayers nt Marlon County,
Oregen: You are hereby notified that
the County Board of Equalization for
said county will convene ut the county
court room, in the Marlon county, Ore-
gou, court house, on the 2Stb day of
August, 1893, for tbo purpose of public
ly examining tho assessment roll and
correcting all errors lu valuation, de
scription or qualities of lauds, lota or
Given this 1st day of August, 1893, by
D. D. Coffey,
dw-td Marlon County Assessor.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar
TTT..I i i w
vu xn wantons ot Homes
CLAIMS AGAINST THE COUNT 7.
Allowed at tho August Term of'Ma
ion County Court
Claimant. Account. AmU
E M Cooper
A U Davis "
Joe Monarch "
Lee Davis "
HA Johnson "
R M Forsythe "
Oliver Jorey " ,
Li A Dickinson "
O L Watt "
IT G Kitllnger
D'Arcy & Bingham legnl service
A O Condlt "
Salem Water Co C&J
M Morgan "
Oregon Tel & Tel Co "
J W Watt '
Oregon Statesman sta
Capital Jouknal "
Marion CoDemocrat " 4.00 eld
E M Waite Ptg Co
Capt City Bindery
Dan J Fry
Patton Bros "
Rosa E Moores & Co '
J 8 Graham '
22 88 1
H P Minto
H S Simon
Geo F Smith
F M Townseud
R H Price
Mrs 8 Croll
H A Johnson, jr
W H Brown
H 8 Jory
W R Gilham
E E McKinney
H A Saulsbury
D W Gibson
L H Poujade
S E McClure
J M Hays
C E Rimsby
A T Moflett "
W D Pettlngell "
Robert McKlllop "
MrB WD Pettlngell"
W L Dunnlgan R & B
C N Matlock "
L B Lamb u
Frank J Miller "
G A Stevens "
J A Pooler "
0 H Chapman "
H L Folstone "
T J Elford "
H V Mathews
J E McCoy
W C Claggett '
John R Jordan "
ing Co. "
A F Gooch "
Scott Bros "
Miss M J Morris crim
The Bellinger "
DePue & Cook "
C E Ramsby
90 00 eld
2 85 eld
35 48 "
5 65 "
$ 1 70 eld
2 40 '
3 70 "
15 00 "
18 30 "
,1 u u Lewis
J L Hockett
H C Tarpley
R A Crossan
L 8 Winteis "
H 8 Mullit "
D J Holmes "
Gilbert & Patter-
Brooks & Legg "
J Fishburn "
Willis Bros "
RM Wade & Co"
$ 20 eld
Trustee I O O F
Mrs M E Sar
W W Stevens "
H H Smith school examiner
J S Graham " " ' .
S J Krapps "
A O Condlt criminal and
J W Welty R & B
J A Richards
Geo H Crolsan
Adam Fromader "
Capt Lumbering Co
A F Gooch
; 17 50 old
19 00 "
D J Lelghtner
W 8 Beckner
A M Bltustou
9 17 75 eld
uoie Bros & Co
4 s v
F M Cox
B B Herrlck
Powder. NoAm'moriaiKo JUtm.
o years Ut
The following letters remaining in
the Salem postofllce Aug. 23, 1893, un
called for... Those calling for them
please say "advertised"
Arthur T J
Benbow M C
Brown Robert .
Ghiem E G
Griffith J F
Kaller G S
Moor W M
Murphy J. P
Nelson Harry N
Osborn M J
Puiman J Pitt
Burns E L
Fisher Chas F 2
Hail E W
King Sopha E
Milles U P
Mtlies Chaa E
Obenauer N G
Rains W A
Smith H B C
Williamson A F
A. N. GILBERT, P,
Only Eight To Tell.
Tbe Rev. Mark Guy Pearse, eminent
English Divine, writes:
London. December 10, 58S8.
I think it only right that I should
1 tell you of bow much uoe I Hud All-
cock's Porous Plasters in my funiily
and amoutr those to whom I have rec
ommended them. I find tbem a very
breastplate against colds and coughs.'
Nobodv can have dysi epsia or bil
liousness if they take Simmons Liver
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied in buudles of
100, not cut, for sale at this office at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents
a pound. Next door to the postoulce,
Before Going to the Wojld's
The Limited Express trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & til. raui Kaiiway
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 readintr light in each
berth is the successful novelty of this
progressive age, and is highly appreciat
ed by ail regular patrons of this line,
We wish others to know its merits, as
tbe Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
way Is the only line in the west enjoy'
ing the exclusive use of this patent.
For further information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt
225 8tark St., Portland, Or. tf
Proprietor of the
GERMAN :-: MARKET
South Commercial 8U, Balem.
All kinds Freab, aalt and Smoked Meats
Oregon State Fair.
Under the management of tbe State
Board of Agriculture, on the State
Fair Grounds near Salem, commenc
ing September 11th, 1893, and con
MORE THAN $15,000 IN CASH
Will be paid aa premiums for Ktoor, Poultry,
Swtno Agricultural Products, Fruits, .Native
Woods, Minerals, Works r Art and Fancy
Work, and for trials or speed.
Reduced Rates of Fares and Freights
on All Transportation Linss.
PA VIRION open four evenlnes during tho
week, with good music in attendance.'
TBKNfcW GRAND HTAND and the new
Regulation Tract are coo cede! to be among
the mwt comlortab e and the beat on tbe Pa
HeLENDID CONTEST OF tfPEED each
day. There Is entered for these contests tbe
best field of horses this year that has been on
thn gronnds for many seasons,
Valuable and handsome Improvements
have been made on tbegroandsandbulldlngs.
Has been revised and Improved to the credit
of the exhibitors.
Entries for Premiums close atSp-m. tbe
first day of I he Fair, and Exhibits mast be In
place by 10 p. ra. of said day.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Men's Rfainn - ! but , . $ 1 f 0
Women's Haon Ticket ,, 1 00
Men's Day Tlcliet. fO
Women's Day Tlrrl jj
Race Track Ttekeii, Dal-y. 2a
Women to Rote Course, Kree.
Children under 12 years, Free to all.
Send to the (Secretary at Portland for a Prem
T - . J- APPERSON, President.
J. T. GREGG. Secretary. &9dwUI
nstantlT removes and forever dutrnTinh.
jecuouHuie unir, wueioer upon me hands.
tiiee, arms or neck, without discoloration
.-.. T-i- -. . i -,..-.
r injury to ine most delicate skin. It
waaior nny years tue secret ortnu'aot
Krasmus Wilson, acknowledged bv nhvsl
clans as tbs hlkbekt authority and the
nost eminent dermatologist and hair spa
:UUUt that ever lived. Durlns-hls nrlvntn
prattle ota lifetime among tbe nobility
uu Hriaujcntcy ut turopo ue prescriDea
his recipe. Price, tl hv null, sernmlv
jacked. Correspondence confidential. Bole
igems tor America, Address
THt SK00KUM ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.
epL R. 67 South KHth Avenue.New York-
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Real Estate, in amounts and
time to sulu No delay In considering loans.
FEAR 4 FORD,
Boom 12. Rush Bank bloek.
R J. LARSEN & CO.,
Manufacturer of Wagons, Car
B hop 15 flute street.
FARM FOR SALE,
I A BARGAIN lfc acre with Improvements
over half under cultivation, rest pasture and
somt good Umber. Term veir easy, A4-
? . 0.NA9IV
ON THE DEAD RUN
WOOLEN MILL STORE
to get one of those Home Made
ALL WOOL SUITS that
are now being; slaughtered
V400UEl VUi STORE
Complete Turn Over
A complete turn over has been madelnl
orlcesln almost everr department Prices!
out wlthont regard to cost to make room
ior uew amvais nere are a lew examples:
iiuw paper o a pKg, tormeny ouc.
Bound books 85? a vol 75c,
Paper books 15c each 25c.
Library Pas' e 10a " 2So.
Other goods In proportion We can rlvel
yon a snap on any article. Call and see If
we can't save yon money on goods In onr
Booksellers and Stationers,
08 STATE STREET.
E. S. WAITE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blank JPublis7iers.
Bush's New Brlck,over the bank, Com'l street
from U. P. Dock at 6 o'clock a. m. every Wed
nesday and Saturday.
trom the Central dock at foot ol Washlmrinn
street every Sunday and Thursday.
for Albany every Monday and Tuesday, re
turning same days.
uoncerning rreigm ana passenger business.
call on tbe agent.
A GOOD CHANCE I
Alleoodsat W. M. Rarronnfn nrlll
be sold at tbe regular price for tbe next
30 days at 10 per cent, discount for cash.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BDREAD
Private work a specialty.
a B. CLEMENT. Manager.
MAKE NO MORE MI8TAKE8
CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS
The Rustler Wood Saw
And he doesn't burn tin half mn. mvu, t.
.fuel, when he saws It. Make your contracts
wun mm personally orlrave orders at Veatcbs
cigar store Dearborn's book store,4S3 Summer
street, or address me by mall. 6-H-ti
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
--teat Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.
N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Stt. SALEM, OREGON
Is nothing compared to our
LOW PRICES on Blankets andQuilts
ONE WEEK ONLY-SEE THEM !
Our Fall Dress Goods are on hand and were never so pretty
or so cheap 25, 35, 40, 50 cts. All styles and Prices.
WILLIS BROTHERS & CO.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, - SALEM, OREGO.
R, G. Corsets, Carpets and Mattinc; Summer Jackets
at Cot. h
From my farm, fonr bead of hnrsesjis follews:
Black mare, weight 1S0O pounds.16 hands high
heavy In loal, In fair order, f omewhatdrooid
hipped and ringbone on lea fore foot, hu
been swlnnled In left shoulder, aee 6 rears.
One bay gelding 15! bands high, 4 ytats o.d.
built. In good order, sr In forehead.
somewhat sleepy look, one bind foot white.
nJKifcauuub iiw. buuuiuers scaiuea. ratner
large neck. One light b.own mare, 16 hands
blgb, wtlgbt Hbout JIM, small star under fore
lock.uge.lyeiri, halfCl de, heavy mane atd
tall, suuare built, heavy felocka and high
beaded. One luare age 12 or II, about H bandi
high, light bay, ttlff traveling, bas long nar
row leet In front, weight AX) or tOipounds, In
fair order. Horses were taken Tuesday or
ednesdny night, August 1st or 2nd. 1 will
pay r5 Hplece lor the return orthe first S de
cribed horses or a liberal amount for any In-
ormitlon .eadlng to tbelr whereabouts Ad
8 11 lm dw Switzerland, Marlon Co., Or.
Mannlatture Standard Pressed Brick.
Molded Brick In all Patterns for KronU,
and supply the brick lor the New Salem City
Hall, and nearly all the fine buUdlngs erecud
In the Capital City.
Yards near renltentlary, Salem, Or. 83dw
AGtNTS WANTED on Salary and CcridIssIm
for THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
BIOGRAPHY OF JAMS G. BLAINE,
By GAIL HAMILTON, bis literary executor,
with the co operation ol his family, and for Mr
Blaine's Complete Works. "TWENT V YhAiU
UO-CONGRKdS." and big later book, 'POU
1 1CAL DISCUSSIONS." One prospectus for
thtse 3 BEHT BELLING books in the market.
A P. Jordan ot Me., took 112 orders frtmflrrt
110 calls; agent's profit 1 196.50. Mrs Ballard
of O. took 15 orders, 13 Seal Russia, lnone dty;
profit 128 25. E. N Rice, of Mass. look 27orden
in 2 days; prodt $17.15. J. I alridge of Me. tool
IS orders from 36 calU; profit 47525 E. A
Palmer of N. Dak. look 63 rders In 3 dayc.
PI01UUH25. KXCLUsIVE T RHIlORYel -en.
If you wish to make LAKGt, MO.Ntf,
wnte immediately for tetms to
THE HENRY BILL PUB. CO., Norwich, Con.
Rates, $20 to $5.00 per Day
The beat hotel between Portland and Ban
Francisco. FlrsUclass In all Its appointment,
its tables are served with the
Grown In tbe Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
TnrTAWTED.TORENT A farm nearHalem,
VY of 60 to 800 acres, with Improvements,
by experienced and responsible parties. Ad
dress N. J. Harrington, Ba em, Or. 8 li
TJH)R f ALE OB TRADERS) acres ol Una
JD situated In Polk county, six miles from
Ralston, for sale or irade lor Falem property.
Enquire of G. W. Johnson, or FredHuim.
T1WR RENT On Democratic Boom Terms,
P new bouse with 8 rooms, bard finish; on
Division street between Front and Commer
cial. Inqu.re on lot. v
31HIB PAPER Is kept on file at E. C. Pake's
. Advertising Agency, 61 and 65 Merchants
xchange.Ean Francis o, California, where
contracts for advertising can be made for U.
CHRISTIAN PC1ENCE Literature
kinds on sale at 826 Ubejiy street.
ATTENTION.-Caah money paid for r
botUes.old Iron and all kinds of metal
also bides, at old Court Houce, Balem.
l-ly 1. TOLPOLAR.
Regular Seventh Day Advent st services st
Id Unitarian Hall opposite opera bouse,''
Bab oath school at lo. W?
toiiowed bv lllhle leadlnr a:
bleteadlDg and other service".
I'rsyer meeting Wednesday 7.30 n. m
World's Fair, Chicaco.
y... Cabinet Arsons and 29th StrMi
HUIL" " Grounds j baths on sTsrAMJ;
. u American sad European pi"
Beta Z?ro !