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mYJSirlSO OAJfll-AS, JO.HBNAX., MOlCTDAY.ISBPTEMBEB 11, lSHS.
FALL AND WINTER.
Notwithstanding the hard times staring us in the face, we
have IMPOBTED A FINER AND LARGER STOCK
of Dress Goods, and Ladies', Misses' and Childrens Wraps,
than ever before. Ladies of Salem and vicinity need no
longer send their money out of Salem for their DRY GOODS
as we can save them money besides keeping the money at
home. Our stock comprises many of the finest varieties of
German and French manufacture and it will pay you to ex
amine our line of
Dress Goods and Jackets
THE PALACE ANDDSH0EGCOMPANY,
307 Commercial Street.
- if -
You are going to bulldlormikoany Jrlndof
Improvement, call on the undersigned lor
material. We have a complete stock, and are
ready to supply any prepared contract, sewer
work, (Trading', etc
Salem Improvement Co.
Neaiiinq Completion. The force
at work laying tho new water pipes
will likely complete tde work this
week. ThlBiaavery disagreeable Job
for the workmen tho pipes having an
Internal coat of tar, and it is necessary
to crawl Inside them to do the riveting.
Salem's progress is very appropriately
Illustrated by the growth of her water
system. The first water supply the
city bad was through n wooden pipe,
then an 18-Inch metal pipe aud in a
few days she will have an additional 24
inch metal pipes.
HarisIb is Fuee. Sam Harris, the
young Jew, who was incarcerated,
charged with being one of the leading
agitators in the expulsion of Chinese
from the McKinuoy yard, Is attending
the races this afternoon. Barn's brother
and J. E. Solomon came up from Port
land yesterday, to see after their un
fortunate relative. This morning the
young man was released on satisfactory
bonds being furnished. J. E. Morrison
and Senator Hirsch are the bondsmen.
Some Osdorns. E. F. Oaborn and
wife and littlo daughter Margaret left
this morning for a visit to the world's
fair and their old Pennsylvania home.
They will be accompanied from Port
land by Mr. and Mrs J. M. Oaborn, of
Corvallis and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Oa
born of Eugene. They will all visit the
old original Osborns and have a grand
Did Get Him. Superintendent
Downing of the penitentiary roturned
from San Quuutln this morning with
tho convict Miller in chains. Mr.
Downing says tho officers of California
that were reported to be on hands with
a writ of habaea corpus were not prea
ent to Interfere with his reclaiming
Mlllor and ho Is now boarding at his
old homo in Oregon's prison.
New Telephone. A telephone line
from the asylum to the asylum farm is
In contemplation by Supt. Rowland.
This is a good projeot and it should be
extended a mllo farther und connect
with the line at the reform school, thus
giving a system of communication
among all the state institutions.
Quite Humorous. Yesterday, while
some of Bam Harris friends were giv
ing him somo fruit through the square
hole of the J till door, ouo of tho othor
anti-Chinese boys from tho corridor,
good naturedly remarked, "tell them
to give us Bomo plo."
Work Deciins. Contractor A. J.
Hazdll went out to tho reform school
this morning with a crow of mon to be
gin the preliminary work on the new
building. The staking oil will be done
today aud arraugemouts made to push
the work as fust as possible.
Bund School Open. This morn
ing this statu institution was again op
ened for the year. About half tho stu
dents, thoso coming from adistauce
have arrivod, whllo the ones from neur
by have been delayed by the rain;about
80 pupils are expected.
Refused 18 Cents. Ten bales of
hops wero shipped from the Putnam
Bros, yard to Halem last week. Thej
were a fine quality aud rather than sell
at 18 oenU they were etoxod to wait bet
Bkfokkthu Recorder. Four Sun
day drunks wero each given two and
one-half days In Jail this morning.
The case of Geo, Good and Mike Dale
for street bra win, Is also being heard by
Recorder Edes this afternoon.
Cottolkne. This great artlole of
tUat has at last reached Salem, aud
Jtaffllt & Molutyre are the lucky deal-MH-te
Introduce It, Try It and be
1V JB Faib. If you can't go out
te (tee fair grounds
tf Jfctft Let peed
Bend a meaMao by one on the chest aud auother between
(ue&tengers. JtueuboulderbUda eoeeMtmerifht."
PERSONAL AND LOOAL.
F. P. Clark, of Zena, was a Salem
Rev. and Mrs. Skipwortb, of Union,
are visiting under the paternal roof ol
C. F. Royal.
Attorney General Chamberlain camt
down from Albany today.
W. A. Templeton, the hop man,
came in from Halsey today.
THE Fair is headquarters for bar
gains in oyerytblng.
Will pay you cash for second band
school books or exchange new bookf-
for old ones. The largest stock and low
est prices. F. S. Dearborn.
Most of our ailments come from adis
ordered liver which Simmons Llvei
The Capital Engine Co. 'boys have
"resolutod" against the action of tbe
city council In holding tho horses down
to a trot.
Fall hats half price at Mrs. Fiester't
for cash. 0-11 tf
The Lebanon Advance says that a
peculiarity of the forest fires up the
Santiam is the fact that mostly old
Htumps and dry leaves, etc., are being
burned, while the green and valuable
timber is not injured.
Sailor and walking hats bargains
for cash, at Mrs. Fiester's. 0-11 tf
Dyspepsia in all its forms is not only
relieved but cured by Simmons Liver
Judge Burnett returned from Til la
Select line of millinery from the best
Eastern houses, at Eastern spot cash
prices. Mrs. D. L. Fiester. 9-11 tf
Thos. Gleason, who has for some
time been head attendant on ward 3 at
the asylum, has resigned, and left the
city. He was one of the popular men
at that big institution.
MIbs Julia Chamberlln, and Miss
Laura Adams,two former Salem ladle?,
left Seattle Saturday for an extended
visit to Berlin, Germany. Thoy sail
from New York the 2l8t Inst,, and will
bo absent over a year, prosecuting their
musical ambitions In that great center
The Ladles Bjziar has a surprise for
all in a full line of new undsrwear, silk
for trimming and fancy work. Ging
hams aud outing fluunels, at rare bar
gains, 7o, 8c, 10c, per yard. A full
line of kid gloves, hosiery, eto. State
Insurauce block, spot cash. Lowest
prices known. 9-8-3 1
Tho Populist Herald at Oregon City
was sold by the shorlfl Saturday to pay
Pills promote constipation Simmons
Liver Regulator cures constipation.
Tho Albany Democrat says a Rose
burg man shows his candor by adver
tising that ho must have S100Q In SO
days or bust. Of course this could not
have been a Roseburg newspaper mau.
J. A. C. Brandt, editor of the Colum
bian, Vancouver, is attending tho fair.
Major "Williams la in receipt of u
telegram announcing the death of
Lieutenant Sydenham, at Fort Cauby,
Wash., yesterday morning. The lieut
enant was stationed hero as a recruit
ing officer till last November, and is
well known In Salem.
Miss Carrie Rains who baa been visit
ing In the city several days returned to
her homo at Yaqulna today.
Special Agent Thompson of the
Northwest Ins. Co. Is In the city today
on his way to adjust the loss of Rank
Edgar's hop house.
Set Him Sight.
Geo. Augusta Bala, the well kuown
.ngium writer, on ins last Australian
trip, wrote as follows to tho London
"I osDeoiallv have a trieasant rmm.
brauoe of the ship's doctor a very ex
perienced Uiarltlne medico Intic. whn
(ended me most kludly durlug a horri
ble spell of bronchitis and spasmodlo
aainma, provoKea uy ine sea rog wblon
uaa Bwoonoa uown on us just after we
left San Francisco. But the doctor's
prescriptions and tbelncreaslng warmth
of tho temperature as we Beared the
Tropics, and, in parrioular, a con pie of
Allcock's Porua plasters olanned on
STATE FAIB OPENS. '
The Firat Day's Work a Good
The State fair opened today. The
constant rain yesterday kept many
from getting their exhibits in place,
and at an early hour this morulug as
thick as bees were ladles and men
around the secretary's office, to ascer
tain what space bad been alloted and
putting in order the various exhibits.
Everything was in a chaotic condi
tion at sunrise this morning, but all
that sundry and willing hands could
do was steadily applied, till once more
the great pavilion has blossomed out to
excite the wonder and challenge the
admiration of the world.
Notwithstanding the gloomy outlook
of the weather for the past few days,
stock is still coming in and goods for
the exhibit have been piling np and
are being placed in order.
There are now in the stalls about
seventy trotting horses and thirty-five
runners and pacers and Beventy-flve
premium horses. There is a very good
collection of cattle, a few extra hogs
and a fine herd of sheep.
The pavilion is a show of itself. The
The art department was never so well
represented as this year, and the entries
In the other lines are up to the stand
ard of former years. The vegetables
that have been arranged today, are es
pecially attractive, and the display of
the grains and grasses speaks louder
for Oregon than could volumes of ad
vertising on paper. Any one with 50
cents to spare can not afford to miss
the agricultural and horticultural dis
play at the fair.
The merchants have been losing no
time today in getting in order their
wares, and a panoramic view of their
carefully arranged and polished goods
peaks well for the enterprise of the ex
hibitors. The rain has rendered the
rack a little slippery today but it is to
be hoped the genial rays of a smiling
inn will make a more favorable track
for tho remainder of the week.
The program for tomorrow Is as fol fel fol
eows: Race No. 4. Pacing Stake for two-yr-olds
or under, mile heats, 2 in 3,
Race No. 6. Trottlug 3.-00 class,
mile heats, 3 in 5, purse $300.
Itace No. 0. Running Stake for 2-yr-olds,
one mile, $250 added,
Race No. 7. Running mile, purse
The crusaders continue to drive the
Mongolians from Marion county hop
The arrest and holding of the young
men who helped to drive the Chinese
from the hop yards in the vicinity of
Hubbard serves as no check on the
After driving the Mongolians from
Boss Jim Cooke's yard on Thursday
night, a party called at another hop
yard near by that was leased by a
Chinaman and drove the Asiatic race
away. About fifty Bbots were fired on
this occasion but no one was hurt as
tho purpose was only to scare the Cht
It is certainly an assured fact that
Chinamen will not plok many hops in
Marion county this year and another
year they will hardly venture to be In
GRUBBE MILLER. At 11
a. m, today, at the home of
the bride's parents, L. C. Griffith,
in tho Waldo Hills, Col. R. A. Mil
ler of Oregon City to Mrs. Berelta
Griffith Grubbe of this city.
Col. Miller is well known in this
state, having practiced law in Portland
and also in Jacksonville, where he was
residing when recently tendered the
office of register of the land office at
Oregon City, which position he still
occupies. Mrs. Grubbe has been
for a number of years su
perintendent of the schools of this
city having resigned this year.
Her fame as au educator Is not limited
to Oregin but her ability in the educa
tional field has long been in education
al gatherings of the northwest Both
Mr. and Mrs. Miller are happily united
after having attained enviable heights
lu their chosen professions.
HAMILTON. At Colfax, Washing
too, September 0. 1893, Jessie Stuart
Hamlllou, aged 29 years.
Deoeasod was the wife or William A.
Hamlltou, who left this city and locat
ed In Colfax, where he has been ou
traged lu the real estate business. Mrs.
Hamilton is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Denham, of this city.
Many frieuda here hear or her death
UM im Milboas of Howmjo Ywrs tl ftoiini
New York, N. Y Sept. 11. Spec
ial to Journal Hops continue very
quiet There is hardly enough trading
to fix values clearly. There were fair
Bales this morning of the 1892 crop to
brewers at steady prices.
Best Pacific's are quoted at 21c to 21.
Exports last week were 1,059 bales, the
major part through shipments from the
Puyallup Citizen: Picking has com
menced in many yards vhere it was in
tended to let the bops hang until the
middle of the month. But in these
yards the lice have made a sudden in
crease and in fear that they might en
ter the burr it was considered a proper
precautionary measure to bead them
off by early and expeditious harvesting.
It bad been the intention of tho Meek
era to let their bops bang to the very
last but those conditions prompted the
company to commence picking in the
big string yard of the Puyallup Hop
compauy at Kent where picking has
been in progress since Wednesday
morning. The sprayer is still at work
ahead of the pickers and as the yard is
well advanced no barm can come to the
hops which will interfere with baling a
choice quality. The heavy rain today
may drive some lice into the bur and
will have a tendency to expedite pick
ing all over the district. 'Pickers and
all kinds of labor are this year for the
first time a drug on the market. Un
fortunate people are herein quest of
work and connnt obtain it. Preference
is invariably given to whites and many
Indians and Japanese who come into
the district for labor have gone away,
About the depots, on the street corners
and along the roads, idle men may be
seen In great numbers.
The pinking this year is splendid.
The lack of foliage giving the pickers a
clean advantage at the boos. Never
before have growers, however, been so
particular about clean picking. A yard
foreman is not liable to become very
popular among the pickers this year.
The increased acreage will lift the
Washington crop up to not far below
ine samples aireaay coming are
bright, ripe and in every way of the
choice quality baled before the advent
of lice. In fact, early samples have
never been so generally good in the mat
ter of freedom from trash.
AT QREEN RIVEB.
There is but little doubt that the
Green River District will lead the state
this season in yielding a heavy and ex
cellent crop. An old fashioned crop
will he gathered from nearly all the
acreage along the river.
George Robert's hop picking machine
has been tested and has proved itself a
success. It will, however, not be
brought in competition with manual
labor this season, as only one of them
will be manufactured until business re
vives and it can be brought Into requi
sitlon without depriving the unem
ployed of the labor which they now so
Samples show that J. W.Porter's
bops are small, but ho says, much
brighter and better than last year. He
commenced spraylne Tuesday and will
hold them back as much, as possible
until they are quite rTpe. Now is the
time that the lice do tho damage and
they are quite thick now in his yards,
Ed. C. Herren has the following re
port for Salem: ''Picking of the hop
crop has commenced in probably one
third of tho yards, but it will generally
be in full blast Monday. Our quality
will be extra, fine this year, quantity or
yield will not be bo large as former
years, but larger number of bales on ac
count oflnoreased acreage. Wo think
Oregon will produce fully 35,000 to 37,
000 bales thJB year. Last year she had
27,500 bales. Some contracting going
on at 15 to 18 cents, according to grow
er, picking money very scarce. Most
or the growers have secured pickers on
Qu days time. Oregon has 6,000 acres
growing. No damage by lice reported
Harsh narrative remedies are last rlvine
way to the iientle action and mild eOeoUof
iarier-1 lAiue Liver puis. II you try them
they will certainly pleaae you.
If you bad taken two of Carter's Little liver
j urs ue lore retiring you wauia aovnavn naa
that coated tongue or bad taste la the mouth
inn morning, K
ten a vial with you for oo
Alldlaordera cautd by a billions tate of
the system can be cured by using Garter' 14 1-
uni,nr.i, no pain, griping
attending their use. Try them.
Mrs. D. L. Fiester sells for cash only,
at prices that will astontebyoti. 0-11 tf
Bbarpe's dairy supply tbehoioest
milk and cream.
Opals. We have a few 'oDal"
plates left, and until they are gone, we
will make opal pictures at a reduced
price. Sperry, the artist, Commercial
street corner Court, 8alem. d-tf
Bags. Thousands of grain and po
tato bags for sale at 4 cents each at tho
Blue Front. dw
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of
iuu, not cut, for sale at tms oiiico at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents
a pound. Next door to tho postefflce.
AGAIN. John Holm has again
opened a blacksmith shoo in Salem, at
rear of Cook's hotel. All friends in
vited to give him a call, and get work
done In the best manner. 9-6. lm
To Trade for Goods.
Valuable timber and farming lands
In Lincoln county in tracts of 10 to 160
acres. Will trade for general merchan
dise. Address, Peek & Russell,
9-5 lm Yaqulna, Oregon.
Sailor and Walking Hats, the
Latest in Children's Caps
Prices nt Bed Rock for SPOT CASH.
P0ST0FFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, 0R.
Admitted to practice In aU the courts.
Special attention given to German speak
ing people and business at the county and
state offices. E. HOFER, Notary Public.
Manufacture Standard Pressed Brick,
Holded Brick In all Patterns for Fronts
and supply the brick lor the New Salem City
Hall and nearly all the fine buildings erected
In the Capital City.
yards near Penitentiary, Salem, Or. 8-S-dw
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BDREAD
8ALEM, ... Oregon
Private work a specialty.
C. B. CLEMENT, Manager.
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 Music. Several Pqst Graduate
Courses. Stronger and better than ever.
It'a Woman's College affords an Ideal
home for young ladies with unsurpassed
facilities for their care and training.
The school year opens Sept. 4, 1893.
For Year Book and all information
relating to school management and
course of study, address,
Acting Pres., W. a HAWLEY, LL.B..A.1I.
For finanoial Information, address,
Rov. J. H. EOORK, Agent,
8-22-d&w Salem, Oregon.
Oregon State Fair.
Under the management of the State
Board of Agriculture, on the State
Fair Grounds near 8alem, commenc
ing September 11th, 1803, and con
tinuing one week.
MORE THAN $15,000 IN CASH
Will be paid as preminras for Btooic. Ptoultrr.
Hwlne. Agricultural Products, Fruits. Native
Woods, Minerals, Works t Art and Fancy
Work, and for trials or speed.
Reduced Kates of Fares and Freights
oa All Transportation Unas.
PAVIL.I' N onen four evanlnir Anrino ik.
week, with good muslo in attendance.
TUENbWGUAND MTAND and the new
Regulation Track are concede! to be among
tbe most oomlortable and the best on the Pa-
HeiiKNDID CONTEST n HPmn m.k
day. There U entered foribese contests the
j 4iuu ui uum iuu year mat naa been on
Ike grounds for many seasons.
Valuable and handMtne Improvements
have been made on tnegroundsaad baildlnxa.
Has been revised aad Unproved to the credit
of the exhibitors.
Entries for Premiums close at 3 p- m. the
nret day pf the Fair, and Kxhtblla most be In
place by 10 p m, of said day. ""
PRICES OF AnHIRSinV
cai ocomju i icai
, c . : rsz r- ".w.,.
Women's Meason Ticket..
Kaoe Track tickets, Daily.
Women tit fls,, (Vmk. uCZT
Children nndr 12 vmm v2U ... i,
t .,., J APPEH30N, President
J. T. QVXaa, Secretary. - iwAwtd
TRACTOR8 A. PLASTERERS.
Willam ette University
is how cheap the "Woolen Mill
Store is selling their Oregon
made ALL WOOL CLOTH
ING. Get their prices before you
buy. " '
NOTE THIS DOWN.
Note this down In your memorandum
oook mat -we are naving a special saie on
Tinted Writing Paper.
Our prices will astonish you. We are
euiuK the llnest kind of writing; paper for
5c. lormerl v sold lnr 75c We will sell von
iH sheets of writing paper for 10c, Call and
ee me assortment on our Dargain counter
Boolcaellera and Statlonors,
08 BTATE 8TREKT.
E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal JBlanJc JPublisIiers.
BUBh's New Brlck.over the bank, Oom'l street.
Hates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Pay
The best hotel between Portland amd Ban
Francisco. First-class In all lu appointments.
Its tables are served with the
Urewn lathe Willamette .Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
A GOOD CHANCE I
All goods at W. M. 8argeant'B will
be Bold at the regular rjrice for th nnvr
SO days at 10 per cent, discount for cash. I
Portland's Great Industrial Exposition
OPKNa 8EPTBMBBR 37 1QQQ OaOSBS OOTOBBR 28
XW W"WV a an
WIIJj FUHNISH THK MU8IO.
A WOfcLD OP MECHANICS DT MINIATUEE.
THK SPECIAL FKATUBE8 WllJC. EflUPHR TTTrreic nw aw PRKVIOUH YEAB.
MADAME GIRARD GYER'S PRISMATIC FOUNTAIN
Constructed at a cost ot J10.0CO and throwing a thousand Jets ol water In all the colors of tM
rainbow wlu beautify Muslo Hall.
Containing flab, ol all varieties loead la Oregon waUrs.have been constructed at great P
THE ART GAZLERT,
iYlJJ.eonVlJn,e?Uec.Uo.n of PalnUnga selected from the World's Fair. Among them EU
!.ccl.ebr"td S11"''- Ca.ter-a Cast Fight. To visit this great Exposition ind vie
FatWcago7 PrUUeat,r Art and tcl"". " lb neiv tfing toi vUit to the WW
UKDUOKO BATES ON ALL THAHHPnilTlTinu T TU.ro
For further Information address
hvhAM Ih -.a j . -.-
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Itet Improved Qooda and Lowest Price.
N. W. Cor. State and Liberty St. ' SALEM, OREGON.
iruue wun ine Jargest and best assorted stwck of
Dress Goods, Jaclcets,
mat we Have ever yet aliowrj. Cobm aad aee m.
FMICg MUB LW8T.
WILMS BROTHERS A CO.
FURNISHED BOOMS for llf ht honHtam.
IngferrenU No. 183 Center atreei. 9-U
mHI8 PATER Is kepton (lie at K. C. Dtin
CHRISTIAN HCIENCE-Literatore of d
kinds on sale at 82S liberty street, it-
I Commencing September 11th, 1893.
Comprising 30 Artists and Fine Orchestra
will present the following Repertoires
GOOD MUSIC ! STRONG
Gorgeous Ooatnmes, Slde-apllttliif Full
MAGNIFICENT SPECTACULAR DM!
Don't fall to see this extraordinary stuw
tlon. Seats on Sale at Patton's,
From my farm, four bead of horsca.os follovc
Black mare, weight 1300 pounds, 16 bands blia
heavy In loal, In fair order, fomewhatdroofti
hipped and ringbone on left fore foot, bu
oeen swmaiea in lere sneuiaer, age o yean.
One bay gedlngJ6X hands high, 4 years old,
order, suir In forebear
look, one hind foot wbiu,
weight about 1100, shoulders scalded, rsutt
eneck. One lleht brown mare. 18 hSBM
high, weight about 1150. small star under fa
lock,age 3 yearj, haired de, heavy msnessil
tall, square built, heavy fetiocbs and hlfb-
headed. One ware age 12 or H, about H tuna
high, light bay, stllT traveling, nas lonx nar
row ieet In front, weight 800 or Wupoondi.li
lair order. Horses were taken Tuesdayor
Wednesday night, August 1st or 2nd. 1U
pay 136 apiece lor the return oftbe first 8n
scribed horses or a liberal amount for anyuv
lormallon leading to their whereabouts A
dress, aIj. JKRMAlf,
8 111m dw Bwllxerland, Marion Co, Or.
Buperlntendent and Secretary
We s Opera Count hi
is the word. W ar rnv rfiarlv for
if i ffciiith ji iMiISyJsiWfcMssT7liti i., )ihdtiitta
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