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jfiVlMSrUNG- ' OajWLTAIj' .TOXJKNAIi, THUKSDAT, AUGUST 31, 1893.
IL DRESS GOODS INCLUDED.
Call arid. Get Prices., '
Our two fine presents will he given away,September 1st.
f HE PALACE
307 Commercial Street.
hro are going to build or make any Hndol
aprovement, call on the understgnea ior
utterlsL We have a complete stock, and art
leadjr to supply any prepared contract, sewer
Ivork, prodlng, etc.
Salem Improvement Co.
Wit! Bb A Hummer. A man was
jeard to ask this morning "Will tbe
htate fair amouut to nuytmng tnis
lear?" and on Inquiry it was learned
.bat be bad not visited that institution
tor seven teen years. It Is certain that
If be bad attended the fair at any time
jf late years he could not have asked
inch a question. The society was never
in as good trim for a high grade fair as
Bibis year. Financially It is strong.
6 Tta buildings, grounds, aud tracks are
line best on tba coast. .Immense crops
Insure tbo grandest exhibits ever placed
before the people. Tbo race entries are
all filled, and that with the best Btock
Bveron the track. Everybody Is en
thusiastic and the managment has ev
f ery assurance of a great fair.
Inoorpobation Articles. Articles
were today tiled incorporating tbo Co
lumbian Mining Co. of Josephine-coun-
jty. Allen Nevln, A. C. Taylor and
(Robert Smith are the Incorporators.
L'bo capital stock is limited to $100,000.
The purpose is to develop tbeAtiaconda
mines and do a general mining busi
loess. Headquarters to be at Grants
Pass. -Supplementary articles of the
Sast Bide Railway Co, were filed by-
las. Steel, O. A. Stool and J no. B. del-
Iland of Portland. The object of tbo
fjcompany Is to construct and operate
telegraph, telephone and power lines in
f the Willamette valley.
The District Schools. On Tues-
day next the Hoard of Directors meet
la regular session for tbe transaction
' considerable business which has ac
cumulated since tbe last meeting.
Among other things will be the eleotlon
of a superintendent for tbo schools.
Wo learn that there It. quite a contest
Tor the placo, some seven or eight cuu-
Ldldates having presented claims. We
presume It to be a consoling rellectlou
to tbe Board that the position will find
someone willing to naciitlcu himself for
the best Interests of tho district. The
schools will open Oct. 2d, with tbo usu-
f al corps of teachers.
Unkoutunatk Huni Kit. John Vcr
on, who resides a fow miles west of
alem, on tbe Dixie road, returned
root a huut lu tbo MoKenzIo country
weok, much tho worbe for his In.
tended Bpnrt. As he was cautiously
wpproaohlug a deer to gut u fair aim,
itb a 14-callbro Winchester rlllo. tbo
un was Hocldontally dlsohargod, the
ball passing between the ulna and ra
dial bones of tho left forearm, aud bar
lymlsslug Mr. Vernon's head. At last
reports be was resting well, but will
avo au Impaired limb for tbo rest of
Will Return. Win. H, Savago,
tho ofllclont superintendent of tho state
pavllllou, will return from Chicago
omorrow to take charge of the work
Itoro aa in former yours, when ho will
return to his work tu tho White City.
He ia one of Oregon's best representa-
ea at tbo world's fulraud his work
re will bear good fruit. Mr. Par-
nter will assist him at tho pavllllou
tfOKK COMINQ EVJvltV DAY. A
and ol the Onk Cknt Daily, who
t week sent In a list of fifteen sub-
rlbera now wrlltw: ! expect to havo
, lot mere names in a fow days and
nueli spot cash. Tlin refri'Bhlng and
vlvInK elleota of your paper are felt,
Ml Mad admired by everyone.?' Every
rk)b aud poor wants the O.nk
iT Daily. It la not a croakor.
rTHf Court. Wm, Holcombyes-
' sworo out a warrant of arrest
it, It. Jtyan, for assault aud
nr. The case la being tried before
l jCdes tills biteriioou,M. W. Hunt
for plalntliF Mr, Kyan
itltHC Ills own defense. Tho
were exumiiieu nun argu.
ita MtMHft4txl by oounsel, and Judg-
i$ vfili b rendered tomorrow at
AND SHOE COMPANY,
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Mr. and Mrs. Parmenter have
turned from tbe Nestucca country.
Mrs. Dutran has returned from
extended visit in Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Boise, accomoan
led by Miss Breyman, have returned
from a pleasant outing at Nestucca.
G. P. Terrell, the Mebama merchant,
and family were guesta at The Willam
ette last evening.
S. A. Clarke arrived from Portland
Miss Portia Kingbt Is attending tbe
Oakland, California school.
Miss Blanche Albert is spending a
few days at Mebama.
Mrs. Grant returned to ber borne at
Woodland, California last night, hav
ing spent several days visiting Mrs.
Mrs. Dr. Reynolds returned on last
night's overland, from a week's visit in
J. B. Bushel, grand lecturer of the
Masonic order, was In Salem yesterday,
aud went to Ashland last night,
interest of the lodge there.
Tbe Oregon Pacific road discontinued
its station at Lyons Saturday. Mill
City is now tbo only point east of Al
bany supplied with an agent.
Assistant Treasurer Hodgklns Is in
Astoria for a fow days.
Mrs. Dawson and daughter, Miss
Margaret, who have been visiting in
Salem the past month, left on last
night's overland for their home in San
Rev.G.W. White returned home from
tbe Pucet Sound African Methodist
Dr. RoBsiter and wife, of Portland,
are Satem visitors.
Miss Nellie Gray, of Southern Ore
gon, Is visiting the Misses Metscban.
Miss Fraukle Jones and Ada Brey
man are visiting in Portland.-
Miss G i wan of Portland, returnpd to
ber home yesterday after a .few days
vltrit with tho Misses Mestcban.
D- C. Sbermau went to Portland this
Mr. aud Mrs. T. V. Caviinaugh re
turned to their homo in Portland on
the afternoon train, haviug attended
tbo Browu-Cunulngbam nuptials yes
terday. Mrs. G wynne and daughter accom
panied Rov. Gwynno this afternoon,
ou his Eastern Oregou trip.
Mrs. Matilda Johnson returned from
a hu minor's outing at Seal Rock, this
Rov, aud Mrs.Barr, of Albauyj came
down on tho afternoon train, to visit
Mr. aud Mrs. J. M. Wallace.
Rev. Gwyune, started to eastern Ore
gon this afternoon.
Ed. Keeuo left this morulug for ti
short vacation with b)s parents at Stay
ton, Herman Sohellborg of Sublimity was
doing business In tbo olty today.
Goo.8. Downing returned from Port
laud this morning.
Mrs. E. N. Edes and Miss Sobanlau
returned from a visit to Forest Grove
J, A. MoFurrau, Albany's marshal,
Is In tho city this afternoon.
E. II. Turner, tbo mechanical it)'
structor, who lias located lu our midst,
comes with the highest recommenda
tions as an liouost mau and thorough
ly capable of Imparting instruction In
the Hue he professes. Ills recommen
dations tire from such men as Surveyor
General Compson, of Mluuesola, and
such mechanics as M. Gravlem&n and!
wm, v, tjiuuti, or tho same state. Mr,
Turner has commodious rooms over tho
old court house, and is supplied with'
sufficient tools, work benches, etc, to
accommodate fifteen at a time. A lluv
Ited knowledge, at least, of ineoUaulsui
and the ability to handle carpenter's
tools, should bo possessed by every oue.f
This you get In addition to tho knowl
edge of repairing and keeping lu order -tools,
aud you got it In the simplest -
aud quickest method possible at thbK
Olay Taylor Tries a Costly
Xesterday morning, a little 4 year-old
eonxof A. M. Taylor, residing in the
vicinity of Crowley station, Polk coun
ty, started in to satisfy bis childish
curiosity by touching a match to bis
Tbe little fellow exercised some in
genuity to get matches without asking
directly for them, and ignited and ap
piled one to tbe combustibles about tbe
barn at 7 o'clock yesterday morning.
Tbe little fellow then bid himself,
leaving it for bis mother to raise the
alarm and try to extinguish tbe flames.
Mr. Taylor had just started to Mc
Coy with a load of wheat, and was too
far gone to hear the alarm. Mrs. Rtggs,
who lives near by, seeing tbe flames
began ringing a large dinner bell, and
continued so long and so rigorously as
to attraet tbe attention of some thresh
ing bands, who arrived In time to pre
vent the fire from spreading but too
late to save the barn. A quantity of
hay and 250 bushels of wheat were de
stroyed, and had It not been for tbe
faithful help of tbe threshing crew,
a considerable amount of sacked wheal
and another rick of bay would have
Master Clay is thoroughly penitent
now, and says he feels so bad about it
that he thinks it will be necessary to
leave tbe scene.
H. Smith, of Sublimity, is in the
CUNNINGHAM BROWN. At tbe
residence of tbe bride's mother, Mrs.
E. Cunningham, 172 Cottage street,
Miss Minerva Cunningham and Rev.
F. J. Brown, were united in marriage
Wednesday, Aug. 30, 1892, at 12 m.
The bride, for tbe past ten years has
been a teacher in the grammar depart
ment of tbe Willamette university,
and tbe groom is a graduate of tbe
theological department of the same in
stitution. WILKINB-CAMPBELL. Wednes
day evening, Aug. 30, 1893, at the
home of tbe bride's parents in Yew
Park, Sarah J. Campbell to Chas. J.
Wllkius, Rev, Lund officiating.
The contracting parties are both well
and favorably known in Salem societj
circles, and represent two of the city'
very best families. They will make
their home here, and scores of friends
extend the warmest congratulations,
wishing them tbe happy life which Is
certain to be their lot. The wedding
was confined to tbe family'clrcles, and
was a most happy affair.
ORO.SSAN. To Mr. add Mrs. Lee
Crossan, in Salem, Aug. 30, 1893, a
BLANTON Wednesday, Aug. 30,
1892, Rosa Blanton at her home in
Deceased was 19 years old and a sis
ter of Mrs. Veatch of this city.
Aug 31. Wheat,
Chicago, Aug. 31. Cash,
Portland, Aug. 31. Wheat valley,
92; Walla Walla 82.
Mabo a Note of it I
Read 1 over and over again, spell i(
out aud sing it, until It is indelibly
fixed In vour mind, that Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy is an infallible cure
for chronic catarrh of the head, with
all its distressing complications. Im
paired taste aud smell, offensive breath
rluglng noises In the head, defective
hearing, nose and throat ailments, 'are
not only relieved, but positively and
nermanoutly cured I This Is no fancv
of tbe Imagination, but a bard, solid
faot, proven over and over again, and
vouched for. under a forfeiture of 1500.
by its manufacturers, tho World's Dis
pensary medical Association, iiuuaio,
N. Y. "A word to tbe wisp is suffi
Chance ok Firm. The feed store
of G. Stolz has been bought out by
Messrs. A. White and F. J, Catterlln,
two old-time business men of the Cap
itol City. They took possession yester
day, and will no doubt score a fine suc
cess In their undertaking.
Third Couple. Charles Wilson
and Miss Sarah J, Campbell were tbo
third couple that received a license to
wod at tho county clerk's office yester
day. A Bw Show, The state fair will no
doubt be a hi? show, but fur a fina ex-
hlblt of. fruits of all kinds Van Eaton's i
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ever fresh stock cannot be equalled.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
scd in Millioas of Homes 40 Years tint Staaiui
- -i irififssstiinif intifr"". A ."iti.f.fWirfrfr,. jjufaiifr ,
Mexicans Seiza Sheep.
Washington, Aug. 31. The war de
partment has received a report from
General Wheaton, commanding tbede
partment of Texas, saying that be has
information that a party of armed
Mexicans had seized a flock of sheep
grazing on land cut oft from American
side by a change in tbe bed of tbe Rio
Grande river, claimed both by Mexi
cans and Americans. Owing to the
international aspect of the affair no
action will be taken by that department
till after consultation with tbe State
Suicide and Arrests.
Portland, Aug. 31. A. K. Wester
gard a printer, attempted suicide bytbe
morphine route this morning. Indica
tions are that tbo attempt will be suc
cessful. Billy Mahan and DudleyEvans were
placed under bonds today to appear be
fore the grand jury on charge of prize
Probate Business. J. P. Warnock,
the appointed administrator of tbe es
tate of Mary F. Warnock, filed bonds
today in tbe sum of $4000, double tbe
amount of tbe estate. The final ac
count report of A. N. Moores as admin
istrator of tbe O. Dickinson estate was
Academy. Studies will be resumed
at St. Paul's Academy, St. Paul, Ore
gon, on Monday, Sept. 4th. The ap
plications ior admisaton already re
ceived at tbe academy presage an at
tendance equal to, if not exceeding,
that of any previous year.
Miss Grace Scriber returned from
Portland on tbe morning train.
Prof, and Mrs. Crawford returned to
Albany tbis morning.
Mrs. W. D. Pugh was a passenger for
Elder J. N. Smith of Monmouth will
preach at the Christian church tbis
evening at 7:30, everybody invited. El
der Smith is one of the strongest pulpit
men in the state.
Uncle Sam's Advertising Scheme.
In Eighth avenue therein a recruiting of
fice for the United States army. In front
of the premises during business hours Is
stationed an orderly whose erect figure,
bright new uniform and fine soldierly bear
ing are well calculated to make a favorable
impression on the minds of discontented
young men who may be taken with a sud
den impulse to enter the service of thelr
country. On the streets in the neighbor
hood there are generally to be seen two or
three robust and well fed young men in
the uniform of privates lounging about In
a contented sort of way, from whose leisure
ly manner it might easily be Inferred that,
In time of peace at least, the soldier's lot
was quite a happy one.
"The whole scheme is a slick one," was
the remark of an ex-private who only a few
weeks'ago received an honorable discharge
from the regular army after six years of
service in the west. "The whole scheme
is a slick one," he repeated, "and it catches
lots of fellows who are just as fresh and
green as I was when I enlisted in Philadel
phia nearly six years ago. Young fellows
who are out of work or who are dissatisfied
with their positions, or who are in a desper
ate frame of mind after a spree, or who
are unhappy in their love affairs, acciden
tally run across these recruiting officers, and
the idea suddenly pops into their heads
that, HVould be a mighty nice thing to
join the army and thus run away from their
"They see the orderly and the privates in
their neat bright uniforms, with apparently
nothluir in the world to do but keen their
shoes and clothes well brushed, and what
was at first merely a vagrant notion be
comes a determined resolution. They ap
ply for enlistment, pass the necessary ex
amination and -almost before they are aware
of it have surrendered a largo share of their
personal freedom and become subjects of
military discipline. Hut the natty orderly
on duty in front of the recruiting office and
the well fed privates on the streets near by
what of them, you askf Why, they run
the scheme I spoke of In the first place.
Uncle Sam is the shrewdest advertiser in
the business. He places those fellows wear
ing new uniforms on view to advertise
what a royal, free for all picnic he has in
store for those w ho join the regular army."
-New York Herald.
Jewels of the Austrian Empress.
The private jewels of the empress of Aus
tria are said to be worth between 4,000,000
and 5,000,000 of gulden. Among them Is a
magnificent necklace of pearls, presented
by the emperor after the birth of the Crown
Prince Rudolph. The necklace is valued
at 800,000 gulden. According to Vienna
paper, the Jewels of the empress of Russia
alone of the crowned heads of Europe can
be compared in value to those of the Em
press Eltiabeth. From time to time she
has given Jewels to her daughters and rela
tions, but the collection is still almost un
equaled. These private jewels the empress
can wear when she likes and can treat as
the likes. Thoyawher private property.
This is not the case, however, witii the
Hapsburg family Jewels. Whenever ker
majesty wears stones from that collection,
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to that affect. The Jewels belosv; to tho
Hioh Rollers.- Tbe greatest thing
in the grocery business is to always
have fresh goods In every department
and make prompt deliveries. Clark &
Eppley take tbe lead on these points.
Opals. We have n few "opal"
plates left, and until they are gone, we
will make opal pictures at a reduced
price. Sperry, tbe artist, Commercial
street corner Court, Salem. d-tf
Re-Opened. After a month's vaca
tion Miss May Wilkins has re opened
ber dressmaking parlors In tbe Hughes
block, and is prepared to receive and
execute all work as in tbe past. Ladies
wismng rail wors done snouid get tnetr
orders in aa early as possible. Prompt
work a specialty. 7-31-6t
The Capital "Business College.
Regular sessions will re-open, on Mon
day next, in all departments of tbis In
stiution. Any who expect to enter at
me opening of tbe school, are requested
tn oall sometime during tbe present
wees, to arrange Tor books, desk, etc..
wulch will save much time on Monday
m rning. Prof. Staley will be found at
bis ofiice each day tbis week. tf
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied lu buudles of
100, not cut, for sale at tbis ofllco at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents
a pound. Next door to tbe postoffice.
Sealed bids will be received at tbe
county school superintendent's ofiice
till 2 o'clock, p. m., Monday, Sept. 4,
1893, for printing 1500 pamphlets.
Subject, matter and specifications can
be seen at the superintendent's ofiice.
30 3t J. S. Graham.
Of Interest to Sportsmen.
Mr. TV. H. Hulburt, A. G. P. A.. Union Pa-
cmcaysiem, r oruana, ore., nasjast, received
a supply of books calied "dan Club Rules and
Revised Game Laws " Tbis publication con
talnaadlgestortbe laws relating to game In
tbe Western stales and territories. Mr. Hul-
burt will be glad to mall you one of tbe books
upon receipt oi two siamps 10 oover postage.
w. k.:hulijurt, a. a. p. a.
For the next 30 days F.T.Hart the
tailor will make a reduction of one-
fourth off the regular price on all suits
and trousers, now Is the time to get a
$40.00 suits, $30.00
$12.00 pants, $9 00
$10.00 pants. 7.5u.
For cash only.
Look ! Look 1 To men from 17 to 50
years. Now is your cbauce to Jearn a
trade. Mr. E. H. Turner will open a
mechanical school, second floor of old
court house, September 4th, for the
sura of ten dollars he will teach you the
use or carpenter's tools, also to nle,
grind and keep In perfect order said
tooh. The work is practical. Tbe
scholar is required to make and put to
gether the tllflereut parts of a house.
The method is very simple and quick.
Mr. Turner will guarantee to teacb the
ordinary man as much in two weeks as
be formerly learned in three years ap
prenticeship. Every man should take
the two weeks' couse be be rich or poor.
The professional man will find it far
better exercise thau the useless dumb
James M. Kyle, lessee of tbo Salem
Canning company plant, is prepared to
contract for Bartlett Dears for cannincr.
The producer to take his pay in the
caoneu product canned, cosed and
ready for market. In order fortbepro-
uucer to iuko advantage or tnis it will
be necessary for tbe producer to call at
air. ivyio's omce, with the Oreiron
Fruit & Produce Co., or ou J. M. Wal
lace at the ofiice of tbo Water Co. for
It is necessary to indicate the quan
tity of pears and enter into an agree
ment on or before Satuidav. Runtpmlior
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u, as oniy a limited amount can be re
If you anticipate visiting the world's
fair, or your friends In the East, take
advantage of the present opportunity,
as tbo fares are now bo low they cut no
figure in the expense. The Chicago &
Northwestern Railway have placed lu
service a solid vestlbnled train, between
Portland and Chicago, the famous
Wayner tourist cars free reclining
chair cars, and dining car "par excel
lent." With the accommodations fur
ulsbed, rates now oll'ered, together with
the short time consumed in making
the trip, it is within the reach of all.
For further information, apply to any
ticket agent, or write
A. G, Barker, Gen'l Agt.
272 Washington street.
Are You Nervous,
Are you all tired out, do you have that
tired feeling or sick headache? You
can be relieved of all these symptoms
uy iaiuit xiooo's aarsaparuia, wnicb
gives nerve, mental and bodily strength
ana tnorougujy purifies tbe blood. It
aiso creates a good appetite, cures indi
gestion, heartburn and dyspepsia
Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy in
action and sure in effect, 25 cents a
$100 Eoward. $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there la at least
one dreadful disease that science baa
oeen auie to care In all its atazea and
that la catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure la
me oniy positive cure now known to
tbe medical fraternity. Catarrh being
muamuuuuBi u i sea.se, requires a coo
atitutlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure ia taken luternatly. actlnir directly
upon tiie blood and mucous surfaces of
vua nyiueiu, inereoy destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution, and asJatlng nature in
doiugits work. The proprietors have
bo much faith in its curative powers,
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for auv caae that it fall in mn. eann
for list of testimonials.
Addree. P. J. G'hitnA rvi nv,.
ledOjO. sSold by druscteto, 75c,
AN ACROBATIC 1MI
On the part of Congress may
give us some reuei financially
but that is very indefinite.
But a DEAD SUEE thing
are thosd ALL WOOL Suits
at the Woolen Mill Store.
Don't fail to get one at the
price they are being slaugh
tered at the
NOTE' THIS DOWN.
Note this down in vour memorandum
uook inai we are naving a special saie ou
Tinted Writing Paper.
Onr prices will astonish you We arrl
euinc me nnesi sina or writing paper ior
15c. formerly so d for 75c We will sell von
U sheets of writing paper for 10c, Call and.
eo me assortment on our Dargain counter
Booksellers and Stationers,
08 STATE 8TREKT.
E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO ,
BOOK AND JOB
Zeyal Blanlz Publishers.
Bush's New Brick,over the bank, Com'l street.
from U. V. Dock at 8 o'clock a. m. every Wed
nesday and Saturday.
from the Central dock at foot ot Washington
street every Sunday and Thursday.
for Albany every Monday and Tuesday, re-
Concerning freight and passenger bns:ness.
call on the agent, ALHERKEN.
A GOOD CHANCE!
All goods at W. M. Sargeant'e will
be sold at the regular price for the next
80 days at 10 per cent, discount for cash.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BDRBAD
SALEM, - - - Ortgon
Private work a specialty.
O. B. CLEMENT, Manager.
MAKE NO MORE MI8TAKES
CHARLES A. SMITH BUNS
Tiie Rustler Wood Saw
And he doesn't burn up half your wood. In
tr..i! w. en no ?. lK " youronntiicu
with him personally or leave orders at Veatchs
cigar store Dearborn's book etore,a Hummer
meet, or address me by mall. 6-u ti
Steamer Elf ooi.
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
.. ... - latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.
n. w. Lor. Mite and Liberty St$.
Prices per suit 75c, $1,00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50. To this well
assorted line we invite the i&spection of all sensible buyers.
Men's Wool Pants.
We have lately received six dozen men's pants, guaranteed
ALL WOOL. Prices $3.00 and $3.50 a na.tr. With these
pants we challenge all compet
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Our carpet stock is full of well
From my farm, four bead of hon?es,afl follews:
Black mare, weight 1300 pounds, 16 bands high
heavy In loal, In fairorder,vomewhatdrooped
hipped and ringbone on lea fore foot, has
been swlnnied in lea shoulder, n?efl years.
One bay gelding & hands high, 4 yenis old,
rouDd built. In good order, star In forehead,
somewhat sleepy lootc, one bind root white,
weight about 1100, shoulders scalded, rather
One light brown mare, 16 hands
Dign, wc-igm aoont i lau, small str unaer iore
lock.iigosyear. blfUi de, heavy mane and
tail, square built, heavy felccks and high
headed. One icare age 12 or 11, about 14 hands
high, light bay, stiff traveling, has long nar
row feel in front, weight 800 or MX) pounds, in
fair order. Horses were taken Tuesday or
Wednesday night, August 1st or 2nd. I will
pay $25 apiece lor the return of the nrst 3 de
scribed horses or a liberal amount for any In
formation eadlng to their whereabouts Ad
dress, ALi. J EBM AN,
8 11 lm dw Switzerland, Marion Co., Or.
Manufacture Standard Pressed Brick,
Molded Brick in all Patterns for KronU
and supply the brick for the New Salem City
uau ana nearly an me nne ouuaings erected
In the Capital City.
Yards near Penitentiary, Salem, Or.
AGINTS WANTED en Salary, and Commission
for THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
BIOGRAPHY OF JAMES G. BLAINE,
By GAIL HAMILTON, his literary executor,
with the co operation of hU family, and for Mr
Blaine's Complete Works. 'TWENTY YEARS
OK" CONGRESS," and his later book, '-tXilJ.
T10AL DISCU8ION8 " One prospectus ror
these 3 BEST SELLING books In the rmrket.
A P.Jordan ol lie., icok 112 orders fnmflrst
llOcalU; agent's profit 8I8O60. Mrs Ballard
Of O. took 1? orders, 13 Seal Russia, In one day;
profit 129 25. E.N Rice, of Mass. took Z7orders
In 3 days; prodt $47.25. J. atridpe of Me took
43 orders from 88 calif; profit S7525. E. A
Palmer ofN. Dnk. tookoi orders in 3 days;.
piOtHJUSSS. EXCLUSIVE T RRITORYgW.
en. If you wish to make LARGb MONEY,
write immediately for teims to
THE HENRY BILL PUB. CO., Norwich, Con.
Bates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland and Ban
Francisco. First-class In oil Its appointments.
Its tables are served with the
Grown In the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER, Prop.
Owner call at Cook hotel.
TJH)R t-ALK OR TRADE.-E0 acres of
situated In Polk countv. six miles from
Ralston, for sale or trade lor Salem properly.
Enquire of G. W. Johnson, or red Burst.
TJtOR RENT On Democratic Boom Terms, a
P new house with 8 rooms, bard finish; on
Division .street between Front and Commer
cial Inquire on lot. &6
mills PAPER Is kepton file at E. O. Date's
J Advertising Agency, 61 and 65 Merchants
Exchange. San Francis, o, California, where
contracts for advertising can be made for It.
CHRI8T1AN 8C1ENCE Literature
kinds on sale at 326 Liberty street.
A TTENTION. Cash monev nald for ra
. bottles, old Iron and all kinds of meta
ajso hides, at nlil f Innrt ItmiKp Rfilrm.
1-JS-ly 1. TOLPOLAR.
POSTOFFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM. OR.
Admitted to practice in all the courts.
Special attention given to German speak
ing people ana business at the county aim
state offices. E. HOFKR, Notary Public
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
Leave orders atOottle-Parkhurstblockoom
15, Salem, Oregon.