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MVJX&&& CPITAl, JOTJB2TAL, TTJMBAT, TISBEB If, I8t.
Notwithstanding the hard times gtaring us in the face, we
have IMPORTED A FINER AND LARGER STOCK,
of Dres3 Goods, and Ladies', 3Iisses' and Childrens' Wraps
than ever before- Lvvdira of Salem and vicinity need noj
longer send their monej oat of Salem for their DRY GOODS j
as we can save them money besides keeping the money at
iinmo Our Klnck coniDnees
German and French manufacture and it will pay you to ex
amine our line of
Dress Goods and Jackets
THE PALACE ANforKcSSY,
307 Commercial Street.
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Yoa are going? bolldtor make any Med of
Improremeal, call oaym underr'gQ! tor
redy to supply any yrepaied contract, &rtt
work, irradlng, etc
Salem Improvement Co.
Crnr Court 2 bwh Goyan Gibson
Dear AnmavM bu filed a complaint of
trespass against Geo. V. Hollster f r
hunting witboot permission on hi
place. A demurer to tbe complaint
vu filed and argued tfof& Recorder
Edts this morning, tbe demurer being
orerroled and trial" set for tomorrow.
It la likely an appeal will be taken on
tbe grounds of tbe case not coming
within tbe Jurisdiction of Justice Edes
court. Tbe case of MerrittE. Well,
charged with tbe attempted burglary
of Mrs. Oto. Planter bouse and cutting
Mix Piaster, baa been eet for 10 a. m.
tomorrow. Borne one entered Mr.
Piaster's house last nlgbt and wben
Mrs. Plaster entered the room, be
rushed at ber with a knife inflicting a
painful wound on tbe finger. Wells
was sleeping in a barn near by and
wben arrested by an officer this morn
ing tried to escape. Mrs. Plaster rec
ognizes him as the man who assaulted
her with tbe knife, but Wells stoutly
denies being the man, claiming that be
can establish by people wherever be
has lived that be is a nice man. He ac
knowledges 'having slept in barns for
several nights past and having (served
130 days in a California jail for larceny
of which be also claims to bo innocent.
Below Zero. Now is the time to
get bargains at tbe New York Racket.
Tbey have just received, and are all the
time receiving, boots and shoes of tbe
best quality from til. Louis, and all
kinds of gent's and ladles' furnishing
goods, and notions, direct from New
York and always sell tbein at a very
close margin of profit. Don't fall to
call, eod 2d lw
Up and Down. Tbe merchants of
any town can best please their patrons
and draw trade from a distance by
keeping up tbe quality of their stock
and keeping tbelr prices down. This
I what is giving Osborn & Harrit, tbe
opera bouse grocers such a fine run of
Benton Racing. Near Corvallls
tbey are usiug tbe county road as a
race track and tbe present custom is fur
tbe winner to take both horses. Borne
wrangling as to the terms of the race
occurred Baturday. They should have
printed rules and programs for use and
Avoid all argument.
Fob Chicago. This morning Hon.
and Mra.M. L. Chamberlain and Cba.
Welter started for Chicago to see tbe
world's fair. They will be joined at
Seattle by other friends, and the entire
party will sail over the popular North
ern Pacific line.
At the Paik. Many campers and
cottagers are .already settled on the fair
grounds. They are having a good time,
and enjoy tbe best products of the land,
Including tbo choicest meats, which
an supplied by McCrow & Steusloi! at
their accommodating market on the
Fink Peaks The best of the season
are now on sale at the BLUE FRONT,
wbere families are laying In tbelr sup
plies for canning. All other fruits In
tbe best of quality.
Hop Pickino The hundreds who
km Ml pteklng bops are being accoru
Mo4ttMl with tbe best of provisions by
llarrltt k Mclntyre.
Will I fc
Wmolwsalk Pkicks. Ladles vesta
a4 ooubjHtKU suits at M and 05c,
WorUt fully 75o and 11.25, at the Ladlts'
Bmmt, 8tt Insurance block,
Opals. W uvo a few "opal"
pto kft, awl until they are gone, we
wlllMk opal pictures at a reduced
wk, U&Try, tkM artist, Commercial
twet sMriMNr Court, Salem. d-tf
AA. iiMt Mr erouuds calohet the Uun-
IWisAoC Mectrlo rauroaa prt-
many of the finest varieties oi
PERSONAL AJTJ) LOCAL.
Bailor and walking bate bargains
far cash, at Mrs. Fiester's. 9-11 tf
Rtv. J. H. Roork took tbe overland
train tbis morning for Moscow, Idaho.
THEFaibIs headquarters for bar
gains in everything.
Mrs. Dr. IV. N. Davis and daughter,
Miss Leuzell, are spending the week
with Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Contrls.
Fall hats half price at Mrs. Fiester's
for cash. 9-11 tf
Prof, and Mrs. Barzee, of Jefierson,
are attending tbe fair.
Belect line of millinery from tbe best
Eastern bouse, at Eastern spot cash
prices. Mrs. D. L. Fleeter. 9-11 tf
Mrs. D. L. Fleeter sells for cash only,
at prices that will astonish yon. 9-11 tf
Sbarpe's dairy supplies the choicest
milk and cream.
Frank Woods returned from tbe re
form school to which be was recently
appointed, with & severe cut on the foot
with an axe.
Bee Dearborn's window for a fine dis
play of stationery in tbe latest sty!
Goto Clark Eppley for tbe beat
sweet potatoes in town.
Headquarters for Bartlett pears at
Clark &. Eppley's.
Overalls, pants and jackets. Buck
and calf gloves from oOc, to 11.15 per
pair also fall winter umbrellas, all at
low prices at the New York Racket.
C. M. Eppley and family have re
turned from their visit at the Yaquioa
All who beard tbo "Three Leaves of
Shamrock" by Mlas Reta Gougb last
nlgbt at tbe opera bouse want to hear
her again tonight
Headquarters for tbe best peaches on
earth' at Clark &, Eppley's.
Southern Oregon peaches and water
melons are tbe finest in tbe world. Bo
are California grapes. John G. Wright
(s headquarters for both. He is also
tbe leader In a fine stock of all kinds o
fruits and vegetables.
Harry Btapleton and family are home
from their summer's camp at Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Myers of Jefier
son returned to their home at Jefierson
today, having made arrangements for
their daughter to enter the University.
Mrs. A. K. Slocum of Portland went
toTurner this morning having spent
several days visiting in tbe city.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. Webrine of
Portland are attending tbe state fair.
John Howell left for Yaqutna bay
BberifTNoland, of Lane county, ar
rived with a candidate for tbe asylum
on the afternoon train.
Mrs. D. L. Floater
by express tbe latest
ore. See them.
has just received
thing In fall sail-
Fine home cooked hot meals at all
hours by the Presbyterian Ladles Aid
society to left before you enter State
Fair. 26 cents. 0 12 3t
Wanted. Tbo postoffioo address of
Heury 8. Spauldlng. He came from
San Francisco several years ago, and
pays taxes ou several lots In Balem.
Inquire or send word to tbo Globe Real
Estate office. M. L. Barker, Salem.
Ban Fhanciboo, Sept. 12. Tbe bu
preme court today decided the case of
Charles M. Sbortrldge, editor of tbe
San Jose Mercury, who was fined for
contempt of court for publishing pre
ceedlugs of a divorce case contrary to
the order of the Judg;. The dec'slon
was, In effect, that tbe princlp'o tbtt
tbe people have tbe right to know
what Is done In tbe courts to essential
to public welfare and tbe judgment of
tbe superior court was overruled.
FKEDKUICKRON. - At Salem, Sep-
lemoeru, l two, towr.anu airs, rrea-
erlckson, a dauhUr.
nun i ,,.! OF-: y iZJr r - SX i- iii
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colleze exhibit arrived Monday in
charge of Profs. Coot, and French. Tbe
pavilion promises to be tbe biggest aad
best "ever seen at a state fair." EupU
Savage is on the grounds and full of
James WIthlcotnbe, of Portland his
twenty-nine bead of Cots wold and
Merino sheep, In charge of J. N. Gra
bel, of Hillsboro, who manages his
breeding farm at that place. J. W.
Carey, of Marion county shows some
fine pens, about thirty in alL John
Minto, of Balem also had entries made.
There were others and the sheep ex
hibit will be very fine. The first' fine
lot of Oxford downs Is shown.
Tbe greatest attraction of tbe pavft
ion is tbe two fruit pyramids, spanned
by arches of Oregon's greatest source of
pin money bops. Tbis fruit Is gath
ered from all over tbe Willamette val
ley and Southern Oregon. Two forty-
pound water melons snrmtunt tbe ris
ing terraces of the three p's, plums,
prunes, pean. The apple show ranges
from the brilliant red and yellow crabs
and lady apples to Gloria Mundi and
twenty-ounce varieties that kick the
beam all the way from one to four
pounds. Nectarines are very large this
year. Gross prunes measure seven to
nine inches around. Red Russian ap
ples are shown, that would make an
effective locomotive headlight.
THE "PEN" PIGS
attracted great attention. Tbey were a
pen indeed. There was a 2 year-old
Berkshire dam and sire of pure blood,
and one litter of sixteen pigs, as fine a
lot as tbe sun ever shone upon. One
pig was lost. Tbey are tbe mrst beau
tiful lot of young swine ever shown on
tbe Pacific coast and were raised by
Bupt. Downing at tbe Oregon state
prison. Tbey are state pigs sure enough
Tbere are other pens of pigs but tbe
"Pen" pigs are a show in themselves.
Tbe writer has attended fairs for twen
ty years and does not remember ever
teeing a bappy family of eighteen.
the cattle snow
la very light to date. There are two
herds of Hnlsteln'B, Durbin's and Cot-
ties. Dick Carey has a herd of black
polled. J. L. Parrisb has a showing of
red polled. A. C. Maris, Newberg, bas
eight bead of shorthorns. Cottle's
Tlppoo Tib sweepstakes bulljls entered
for that prize again. D. H. Looney
bas some pretty fine balred Jerseys.
Tbero la a good display of Jerseys and
Guernseys. But tbe stock is not nearly
all In and will icqulre another.
state faib races.
The judges were Messrs. Looney,
Holt and McAlister, and tbe timers
Jap Mlnto and Wm. Glasford.
Tbe three events of Monday showed
tbe following summary:
. thrkb-yeah-old trot $250.
T. H. Tonic's ch f Pauline. Plant
? asA I & .,-
The oaly rure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; Ho Alas.
UMd is Millioas of Howti- 40 'Vctui tfcc rliinriwnl
i er Redmond I 1
'jofanW.Tilden's Ella T erf. Alta-
moot Daisy Dean Tilden 2 2
EJectiooeer Stock Farm's b a Red
Oak, Redwood Yfctreas-Norton d
L C. Mosber'a b c Sprigslein, Bor-
enstein Masher d
Barrows Bros.' blk e Multnomah
Boy, Multnomah by son of
Pathfinder Barrows d
R. D. Cooper's 61 Black Dia
mond, Bashaw AnviL
Morris 3 2 111
T. a Powell's br g Oliver
Twist, Graduate Bird.
Henry 112 2 2
Robt. Murray's b b Demon
strator, Walkill Prince by
R. S- Parkin's Charlie P, In
gram oods a
Time 2:44, :43, 2M6, 2:47, 2:47.
HAT.7 KILE DASH $200.
J. G. Thorp's br g Funny, Unknown
A. 1L Allen's gr mSiretta, Joe Hook
F. M. Starkey's a g Cyclone, Iron
clad unknown Bozeman 3
C. D. Russell's cb b Geo. L. Connor
Mias Davis 4
TUESDAY'S SPEED TRIALS.
The card on the race course today
sbuws tbe following interesting pro
PACING stake two-yeab-olds.
Altawood walk over for forfeits.
Trot ing 30 c'aas.
Charlie P RSPerkins
1 .W Bailey
Oilier Twist T C Powell
Running Mile Dash.
Verde Paul Phil Painter
Maneta Wm Gribble
Running 3-8 Mile Dash.
J G Thorp
-F M Starkey
er THE PAVILLION.
A grander success than anyone has
ever Imagined is tbe. result of the good
work In the pavilllon. President Ap-
person said tbis morning trm ne
was agreeably surprised and felt
extremely grateful to Salem business
men for tbelr work tbis year. Tbe
pavilion is a little Columbian exposi
tion in itself tbe like of which has
never been s en in the history of Ore
gon state fairs. In special honor of tbis
fact, tbe board of agriculture have de
cided to open tbe pavilion to tbe pub
lic this evening, with a special program
at which speeches will be made,' and
tbe following program of musia will be
This evening tbe Second Regiment
band will render tbe following program
In tbe pavilien: jf"'
Overture "From Dawn Till Twi
Waltz "From the Opera Wang,"
Coronet Solo, J. M, Coomer "Amer
ican Fantasia," Casey.
Medley "The Old and the New,"
Reverie "The Wayside Chapel,"
Grand Selection "MarlUna," Wal-
U&t-zSAo. W V
Idyll "Tbe Mffl in the Forest," EU
enberg. Snyopeis. Rippling of the
Brook, Sweet Sing of the Birdsounds
from Different Animals, Squeaking of
tbe Old Mill as tbe Great Water Wheel
Slowly Starts. Natural views of the
mill are pictured in sweet tone? as it
costumes its labors until it slows down.
Gr nd Finale.
Waltz "Thetis Clob," Boos.
Orertore "Ormion," Pettec
Concert Medley "Zigxg," M&Bnd
J. M. Cooker,
Bcoaostisa is Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of
100. not cut, for sale at tbis office at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, twoxsents
a pound. Next door to the postoffice.
AGAIN. John Holm has again
opened a blacksmith shop in Balem, at
rear of Cook's boteL 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
disc Address, Peek & Russell,
9-5 lm" Yaquina, Oregon.
Largest Gun In the World.
Is on exhibition at tbe great world's
fair. You ought to see it. Tbis is tbe
month of months to visit the fair, pleas
ant days, cool nights, aeligbirul travel'
Maximum comfort en route to Chi
cago on .tbe vestibuled limited trains of
tneumcago. Union Pacific k iSortn
western line. See vonr nearest Union
Pacific agent for rates or other informs-
Sailor and Walking Hats, the
Latest in Children's Caps
Prices at Bed Rock for SPOT CASH
MRS. FIESTER, '
Manufacture Standard Prosed Brick,
Molded Brick In all Pattern tor Prcrata
Dd apply the brick lor the Kew Salem City
Hall and nearly all tbe Una bolldlnn erected
in tbe Capital City.
Y arda near Penitentiary, Balem, Or. &3-d w
Wiilam ette University
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
ana uusic Several Post Graduate
Courses. Stronger and better than ever.
It's Woman's College affords an ideal
borne 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 Pre, W. & HAWLEY, I,K,,Alt,
For financial information, address,
Eev. J. H. BOOKS, Agent,
8-23-d&w Salem. Oresron.
Oregon State Fair.
Under the management of tbe 8tate
Board of Agriculture, on tbe State
Fair Grouuds near Salem, commenc
ing September lltb, 1S93, and con
tinulng one week.
MORE THAN $15,000 IN CASH
WUl be paid as premwm tar Btoe, Poultry.
Bwlne. Arrtcnllnral Produets, Pralti. Native
WoodaTIllnerala. Works T Art aid nSc?
Work, und for trials of speed. v
iMBcMXatH of Fares and Frehriits
oa All Transportation Linss.
PAMlJ'open ror evenlncs dorlns-tfae
week, with rood music In attendance.
THE NEW- QRANU MTAND and the new
BculaUon Track are concedelto be amonr
the most comlortabie and t h kMi nn k. u."
aKNDID CONTEST OK HPEED each
T. There Is entered for these contest the
""" " ycmrinatnas been on
Ike rronnds for many "mns.
Valuable ad handrame lmproramenu
eatc been madeon toe gTOancJsaridbaUdlnjB.
5?.? ,.KTJM1 " lPTel to the credit
or the exhibitors.
Entries lor Premiums close at 8 p- m. the
first day of t he Fair, and Ezhiblu must be la
place, by 10 p.m. or said day.
, PRICES )P ADMISSION.
Men's 8eson lleket a
Women's Kmmii Ttrkn i Jj
n'a Day Tlckel S
M-B. a -v . I !
Womfio tfl Hl( rnnr nwl' ""
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
17 rDD ,1 TTCT fTTD
id wMiJioi mm
is how cheap the TVoolen Mill
Store is sellinor their Oreo-on
made ALL WOOL CLOTH,
Get their prices
NOTE THIS DOWN.
Note IhTi down in rrmr memorandtiTai
uw we are nannx a special aaiA on
Tinted Writing Paper.
OurDrtees will aa!rmlh -ma W
el!lcc tbe finest kind or imUnr paper tat
Ec lormerlr i:d tor 73- Ta sill ull rn
Kiabeeu of vriUne paper for 10c OaUaae
wo ure aaaoruneni on oar oarxam counter-
Boolcoollara and. StatlonorsJ
88 STATE STREET.
E. X. WATTE PBEfTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Zegal Blank FiiKlisliers.
Bosh'a Hew Brickrrer the bank. Com! itxeet.
Sates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland sad Ban
Francisco. Plrst-elasa In all Us appointments.
1U tables are sored with the
Qraim In the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
A GOOD CHANCE I
All goods at W. M. Sargeant's will
be sold at tbe regular price for tbe next
30 days at 10 per cent, discount for cash.
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TTRSKATTS PI?n?PDATT?l. MinTADV DIWI
WILL. FURNISH THK MUSIC.
A WORLD OP KEOHASIOS IS MIKIATUXE.
THE BPECUIi FEATUBB8 WILL ECI4P8E THOBS OF A2Y PBEVIOCS TEAS.
MADAME GIRARD GYER'S PRISMATIC FOUNTAIN
Constructed at a cost o tlflXDO and throwing a thousand jeU ol water In all the colors of U
rainbow win besnury Jsuslo iiall.
OonUfnlng flsh ol ail Tarietlea jound U Oregon waters,haTe been eonstructed at great ezpenn
THE ART GALZBRY,
bnIJfSJn,,5?Ii2l5tI?.n OJLP1?"11 elcte4 rrom the World's Fair. Among them EUs
w.f i n IiS 5in".nc ?"' l Fight. To visit thlsi rreat EzpoSuoa TJnd Tlw im
FraVcweago? dePrtm and eeieac wlUhi nSTtlulg toT vSt to the ond
-w dw .mu iww
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
u u n Itt Improved Gooek and Lowest Prtets.
H. W. Cor. State and Liberty Sfe. SALEM, OREGOH.
IS the WOrrl.
f"oWv re.i.l i.1 1
xa inuu mo iRrgasc ana best assorted sUck of
Dress Goods, Jackets,
iisat . is. BLAliKETS, ETC.
tbtwebavt.TMystafeowH. Cows tad sm b.
rWlLLIS BROTHERS 5b CO.
ECHSI-mEDKTOMS Jbr Bfbt bcodCMe.
lncrcrreat. Jo.lSlCeaterttne. sm?
I AdrerUalne Ajracy. Hand 6 Merchiia
K.Trhartte. Eaa FTandafo, UaliXssia, iert
contract fcir adTertltlEr; can tweade far b.
kinds on sOe ax XX liberty tstei.
REED'S OPERA HOUSE
Commencing September 11th, 1893.
Wades Opera Comiqne k
Coflfipriung 30 Artists and Fine Ordssiri
will present the following Reperteire:
GOOD MUSIC! STRONG CHORUS!
Gorgeous Qxtamea, Eldosplittini Fa!
XAGXIFICEST SPECTlCULiB DI3UTJ
Dont rail to tee this extraordinary ttne
Uon. Seats on Safe at Patton's.
From my farm, tcmr bead or hortesAS follovc
WucH mare, weight 1300 pounds,16 hands hlth
heavy In loal. In fair order, romevhat druosvd
hipped and rinrbone on left lore foot, has
been swlnnled in left shoulder, ace 6 yean.
Ose bay rddlne-lJU bands hlh. f yeats old.
rtmea Daiiuin rooa order, iut in lonaeta.
somewhat sleenr look, one hind foot whits.
wdckt about IlQO, shoulders scalded. nUhtr
larreneck. Osellcht brown mare. It hands
blen,releht about 1 1 ML small star under tot
lock, a sea years, half CI de. heavy mans and
tall, sqaare built, heavy xetioeks and hith
hlgb, Itcht bay, stiff traveUnr, has loncur.
row leet In front, weight an or SOupoands, la
fair order, llorses were taken Tuescay or
Wednesdar nhr ht. Acrnst lit or 2nd. IwUl
pay S3S apiece tor the return or the first 3 de
scribed horses or liberal amount for any la
formation leadlnc to their whereabouts Ad
o u-im aw swiuenana. iianon w, w.
IftQQ OLOSB8 OCTOBER 28
JS W. ALLKN,
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