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5V"JitLe OPlTAJu JOOK2s'Ali, SATURDAY, SZPTE3EBZR 23, 183.
m THE BLEGANT DISPLAY
TEST WEST TO YES SAT.
A BAD BUS AWAY.
Parry ef Salesiies Ttot
3TJSLTT25S 3ES ETTE2ESTED.
X3a Oreasa Pieifc WHI Figii the
ITersr lEreisi Bates.
Oetafcer vssvaA itu teen set Ser
fcearieg ef Use ofcj ;tioti ef tbeOre-ges
Pactfe Railway Co. izaisii tbe bw
at NORTH WINDOW.
Ladies Should be Sure to
SOMKIHISG XEW IX ETEET LIKE.
307 Commercial Street.
T S 1 MYtez shoald see the
and oirls. A waist for boys with suspendere on.
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Yae are pAstPO"ir at T fc1
rix KStr aar prvpufl oxAruA, term
vorie, jrn.'iiai. sc
Salem Improvement Co
Was He GciltV- Tbe wqoeltoa
dittorbaooe Mrer marriage liosoaere
ceoUy iwatd lo tbb atj i Wid by lb
CcrTalUa Times aa folk, we, "I can'l
fetand M lire with thstmia any laager,
mamma; and if I can't Hve with yos
aad papa, I will go some where efar
andliTe." "Tbat'a why my daogbter
left Le Porter after Hnng with bitu
only three week and two days," aW
Mra,Dr- Cain, of Sfooroe. "rihe left
him becaase be ww to ctom, aod che
left bhn willingly." ilre. Cain was in
town MJekisg tbe ad rice of an attorney
upon tbe point of whether or not her
daughter was Porter'a lawful wife. The
marriage license was fraudulently ob
tained upon the false oath of a certain
German, who swore that il Cain
waa a lawful age and a resident of Linn
county. Bbe waa neither, and tbe
Dutchman is ture to wind up in a
shared bead and a striped unit, if tbe
Cains cbocee to bring bis frightful
swearing to tbe attention of tbe Linn
county grand jury.
Oregon Pjjars Hon. J. M.Wal
lace, who baa this year bad tbe man'
agement of the Wallace estate pear
orchard, baa just received a fine ac
knowledgment that our state beau
tbe world for superior prara. Some
time ago while in conversation with
bis fnend Cbas. F. Grty, president ol
tbe Hyde it Leather hank in Chicago,
that gentleman questioned whether
Pacific coast pears bad as floe flavor m
those of tbe East. Of course, he bad
only tbe California fruit in mind, but
this was a comparrison that no Oregon
pear grower could admit for a moment.
In order to convince his friend Mr.
Wallace sent blm a box from their
orchard In a recent shipment to that
city, and now that gentleman beauti
fully acknowledges the corn, and ad
mits that Oregon pears are the beat be
ever ale. He mildly winds up his eu
logy of tbe fruit by eaylug: "They cer
tainly know bow to raise good pears in
Oregon, as I have found out by this ex
perience." ANbw VurrroKa In connection
with Miss Ballou's kindergarten which
opens next Monday, will berearter be
conducted training cfa&aes for motherl
and teachers, for instruction in the
principles of tbe Froebelian philosophy
of Instructing children. The classes for
mothers will be designed to also Im
part rules for tbe management of chil
dren, as well as an exposition of the
methods employed by klndergartners.
This venture will be In charge of Mrs.
P. H. Knight, who has thoroughly pre
pared herself for the work by taking a
course of study In addition to her years
of experience in teaching and manag
ing children. Mrs. Kolgbt Is thorough
ly devoted to the work, aod enoys the
fullest realization of the necessities for
It. Bbe will give particular attention
to an explanation of lhe"MotLero Play"
by Froebel, while she will be assisted
by ablo persons In the other branches
to be taught. It Is to bo hoped this
new enterprise will meet with tbe suc
oees It deserves.
All kinds of fish at Davison's market,
04 Cout street.
A Good Hei-oiit. Borne time ago
the Albany Democrat stated that an
application had been made for the re
sumption of business by the Llnu
County National bank, but that it
would probably not be doue until mat
ten picked up some in tho fall. Tbe
Detaocntt 1 aow Informed that this
Will be done within a fovr weeks. Fl
Haaclal matters have Improved suffl-
eJeatly to make tho move n safe oue,
ad It Is oue that will be of general
tefU to the community. It la to be
feofxtf It may prove true.
Freeti crabs, Davieon'a market.
The Best Meals
DeBevoise Wais's for boys
PE2S02TAL A2JD LOCAL.
Tfce board of eiwitks expects to give
an eeterViicment on TbanksgJricg, fer
tbe beoefit of their exebscqoer.
Z. ". Hail, of Bsena Vista, was a
&Aan visitor yesterday.
Paymaster J. W. Taylor, of Whitea
ker, was in Sleta on badness today.
Dearborn beys secacd band school
boots and pays cash for the same.
' K.C. Patloa went to Woodbarn this
afternoon to look after bb varied buii
ne interests there.
Fresb crahs, Davfeon's market.
Rev. G. M. Irsvin left today for La
Mr. F. A. Moore went to Portland
Fresh crabs, Davison's market.
W. D. Freeman will open school
Monday in tbe Booth Howell Prairie
tcbooi, district No. 0.
Kracsse Bros, are still cutting prices
on shoes. In fact tbey are dividing all
profits with their patrons.
Mrs. Anna Phillips, of Seattle, is the
gueat of her sUter,Mrs. O. B. Hubbard,
in Yew Park.
Mrs. E. C. Xichols was reported very
ill this morning at her rooms on Court
street, with neuralgia of tbe heart.
Kraasr Bros, stock of fall goods are
arriving daily. Prices in shoes never
2dua Ballou's Kindergarten opens
Monday at tbe old location on Liberty
In tbe lead Clark & Eppley, at pleas
ing tbeir patrons.
Tbe Albany races ended yesterday.
Clark & Eppley continue to be bead
quarters for tbe choicest vegetables.
Y. M. C. A. Rev. J.B. Hale, of Jap
an, will speak at 4 p. m. All men wel
A. M. E. Church. Services at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 3
p. m. Jus. P. Simmons, pastor.
Evangelical. Preaching at tbe W.
C. T. U. hall tomorrow at 1020 a. m.
and 720 p. m. Sunday school at 12 m.
J. Bowersox. pastor.
AjtSOUWCKMEST. -Services by the
German Baptist Brethren (Dunkards)
In the Evangelical tent in East Sa'em
at 4 p. m. Sunday afternoon.
Chkistain. Elder J. A Smith will
preach this evening and tomorrow.
Morning service 1020; evening 7:30.
Sunday school at 12. v. p, q c jj,
620 p. ru. Everybody is Invited to
come aud bear Elder Smith.
Usm Cucncir. Services at 1020
a. in and 720 p. m. Sunday school at
12. Rev. W. E. Copelaud pastor. Sub
ject of morning service "Some Echoes
from the World's Parliament of Relig
ion." Subject of tbe evening lecture,
"The New Heavens."
CoNOnEOATIONAL CHURCH. Dr.
Freilaud, of Seattle, late of Pueblo,
Colo., said to be oce of the ablest pul
pit speakers on the northwest coast,
will preach at tbe
rhurob next Sabbath mornlnir aud '
evenlug. Everybody cordially Invited.'
First M. E. Services at the First
M. E. church tomorrow. Rev. Geo. W.
Granuls will preach morning and even
ing. Subjects, 1020 a. m. "Faith In
the Living Christ;" 720 p. m., by re
quest, "A List of Exchanges," a tern-
perauce lecture. Men, young aud old.
are especially Invited.
C. P. Church. Rev. J, B. Hale, of
Osaka, Japan, will preach at the Cum
berland Presbyterian church tomorrow
nl II n'flnolr n tn unit ulll . l. !..
-...-..-.....,.. ,,, iw gun ai
lecture Illustrated by stereoptlcoa views'
lu theovenlng. He has beeu a mission-'
ary In Japan for 17 years, and Is a most ,
excellent speaker. He ties beeu taking j
n year's rest lu this country, and will
soon return. j
in the Citv
yAQCT-A, Or.. SefC S3. Stial
tfce JoceaX. Cea iBTitottM
Sept. Hateafeay ef ihtOregm PariSe
putj ef cafes popi vest S2e,p"Wt
es Tber4ay, soeae tfesm stayicg
estM this a&traeos.
As eSegaat diaaer w aerrei span
arrival at tfe Bay View beaje. Roee
bnwk's orebestra frwn Teiedo was
esgtgtd for the eeeatieo, aad tbe opera
boo resxweded with tbe tread of bkt-
v -" a-Ofil ttA rll luasirx f
Jlrs. Ges ctraag, Mrs. Bri&ed,Mr2.
B- P. Rnue, jf., Mr. Frank Hszbta,
Misses Ada Breymaa, Anna Breymaa,
Lena Breyman, Maggie Co-per, Mae
Bobe, Miss Waters, Carrie Moores.Ma
Carpenter, Edith Hagbes, Nellie Ede.
Mfesa. W. B. Mr5. J. M. Keene, R.
P. Boiie, jn, F. K. Lovell, F. B Amoa,
H- S. Jordan, F. 6. Dearbora, P. H.
D'Arey, A. V. MendeahalL Frank
Hughes, A S. BrasfieW, Heary Mey-
Friday tbe entire party were taken
oat oyer tbe bar on the tag RtsolBte,
aod a special train bk all who wished
to go to Albany ia tb ereoiog.
Onsen. TzaS Morezzsn's.
Sapl. Malcsbay writes tbe following
letter to a Eegeoe boots maa,wbieb
will alw be of interest to people all
alosg tbe riven
In regard to tbe Sisters navigating
tb river to Eageoe. It is oar parpo&r
to pat tbe Sisters in service as soon as
the stage of tbe nver will permit, be
tween Salem and Esgene. It would be
policy for tbe good people of Eugene,
tb rough their board of trade oriasome
other effective manner, to eaose tbe
snag boat to make a trip to Eogese at
tbe eariieet possible date, as we will feel
perfectly safe in following her, and
probably would not reach Eagene ro
tooa if she dos not nuke tbU trip.a.-
we would be in doubt of the condition
of the river above Harrbburg.
"It stems to me abo that tbe firt
and meet important thing in this coo-
nectioa for tbe Eogese board of trade.
is to provide some kind or acoomoda-1 that wju enforce the Iowa law, which
tion on tbe river bank to handle their j ti njM the Oregon law, by enacting a
freight, as this will be necttiary no distance tarift with terminal charges
matter what boat they use. ; added, and thus protect all parts of tbe
Oar rate on israin aad potatoes from ' tate and all roads equally. Tbe busi
river points to San Franci-co, will not nfesS men 0f Salem should be strongly
be deflnitely established until about tbe represented before the commiseion at
time we are awe to navigate the nver.
it win be about H irom iiueene, izo
from Harrubu rg, 1 from Salem and
Indpendence, points south of Corval
lis take the H&rrbburg rate and south
of Harrisburg, tbe Eugene; potatoes
will probably be 60 cents per ton
Wat a Receivek. Receiver Beall,
of tbe Linn County National Bank,
has made an application for tbe ap
pointment of a receiver to take charge
of the property of J. L. Cowan's IM
anon bank. Tbe Express says: Tbe
complaint of Mr. Beall not only ques
tions tbe legality of tbe transaction, bat
also charges Mr. Cowan and tbe trus
tees with bad faith, and with the at
tempt to defraud tbe Linn county Na
tional bank. No one, acquainted with
the circumstances, will for a moment
believe this, and if the case depended
upon that question alone there would
be no doubt aj lo the outcome.The trus
tees, we understand, ill defend their
po-itian aud not permit it to go by de
fault. At the Can neby. About thirty
bands are busy at work on canning
pears. Tbey have about two car load',
more to work up, and will be tbroueb
early next week. After that work will
begin in the evaporator. A large uum
her of prunes will be ready to be dried.
and tbe work will run that department
for several weeks.
Recepkion to Incoming Pastor.
There will be a reception to the incom
ing pastor. Rev. J. M. ShuUe, and fam
ily at 3outh Salem M. E. church on
Tuesday evening, Sept. 26, at-720 p. m.
We extend a cordial welcome to all to
be present, and especially invite the
city pastors. Com.
Fine poultry, Davison's murkeL
Boys rtirrnuNvn Frnt !!.,
amj junsome Sutton, two Inmates of
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whlla at work n.,..i,t J. n. 1..1. ,JT
were returned yesterday.
Fresh crabs, Davison's market.
Thinly Pure Cream of Tartar Powdcr.-Ko Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes do Years the Standard
frefebt safeettale ef tb Stbern Pao&c
Railway 0. reeeally premalgated by
lbOfrtCH raiire&d exaeaiirfoa.
As tbe Jocks al ku sbews, those
rates r f u per cent, bigbtr j
ibu is?N (DBiBbiioa rates 3 wib-
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. t. h .".w- ..... .
La.v rav9 ?.... a.eu ft.. k f
est or! all shipmemtf to r from tbb
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raHey over tbe Oregoa Pfic railway.
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lutciaBra were maoe accoi toe
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cime to Oreoa, aod s-tre ssmcsioazd
by tbe Oregon railroad commi-eion. ,
Tbe Oregon Pacsfie has secared a bear -
s r J loi j .
ing for October Si, and will show up
.h!i.-.i !. .
tbe ioio-tice of tbe rates.
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24lem business mea aad tbe entire
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W, lliamette valiev bare a trtmendocj
t - . i.
interest in this caas. If tbe rates sane -
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uoued by i be com uu-ioa c&anot be set
u !., j , ,
aside and the old rate restored tbe Ore -
gon Pacific raUway may as well te
palkd np, so far as it benefits its own -
! era or the producers and balnea men
oftbi valley. Tbe rates will be shown pellins all tbe foal Uinta and giving
to have been so amended as to make tse riial fluid tbe quality and quantity
team baaHng profiiaWe as compared to ' & hb-1 .ff rofSla,
.. .,1-r . -a ..- j l ealt rbeam, boils and all otber troubles
tbe prohibitory tanfls sancuoswd b?;aos&i Dy impare blood.
tbe commi94oa. To all appearances
tbe Southern Pacfic Is thus made as
completely master of the atuation as Sen maUon reldt,t of pric by ctll
uwugaii owneo toe uregon i-acinc
railway. It looks, if all tbe facta are as
stated, as tfcocgb tbey found it a great
deal cheaper and far more profitable lo
themselves to own tbe commission
than tbe competing road.
The Jocbs al has been almost alone
so far in calling attention to tbb dis- a pound. Next door to the postofHce
beartening state of affairs. But the if
press of the whole state should take up
tbe case and back tbe Oregon Pacific AAnf-," L Job I0,m, ha ,agn
In lUfifat for fair ajd just rates for ail
Jines of road in the state. Tbe people
do not want a commbsion owned by
tbe Southern. Pacific or any other com
pany. The peoiAe want a commi-sion
jtA hearing October 2d, and every town
in tbe valley should send a delegation.
CHBYSASTHEMtJit SHOW.-Th man
agement of the Salem fioricultural so
ciety, a? wa announced after the rose
fair in June, expect before tbe holidays
to hold a chrysanthemum fair. It will
probably be held at tbe same place, and
tbe ladies in charge are busy thinking
of what will be the best attractions to
ofler The rose show wa3 a great suc
cess in every way and oter foO now
remains in the treasury to begin with.
This b a handsome nest egg, which tbe
leaders know most well how toappre-j
ciate and bow to use. .Meetings of tbe
society will be held regularly from now
until after tbb fair, and some very con
scientious work will be done, all of
which will go to perpetuate Salem's
claim f the title of tbe "Bouquet City."
Still at Laroe. China Long, tbe
murderer of Yuou Hing, b still at large.
Sheriff John Kwigbt and several dep-
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uties have been on bb trail since the
hour of the deed, but with no assurance
of success. A Chinamen, owing to tbe
great similarity of all wearers of a pig
tall, is a difficult person to trace,
Sheriff Kuigbt wll yet bring In
Social Item. The young ladies of
tbe city have agreed that the place in
aletn to get tbe latest styles of millin
ery aud bats for fall wear is at the La
Mode Parlors of Misses Pinkbam and
Sanford. No old stock, and everything
fresh. Prompt orders a specialty.
Pear or Pumpkin? This is liable
to be the quandary the average new
comer finds himself in now-a-days,as be
shits up a grocer's sidewalk display.
Chock Full. That Is what ailed
the fellow who called on tbe police
judge the other day, but it is also what
ails an Eaton's grocery store.
A New Ciitmcir. Rev. H. F.
G wynue, went to Turner this morning,
w here he ill dedicate a new Presby
Mil. Cl&rk Eogers tliroaa fres a
Last eveaig Mr?, dark Rogers, e
compaBted by ber ten-year-old sen,
started for beta? with a team asd wag
ed, bat was fated ts bare a serines acci
dent before rtaefetBg there. Tbey lire
seven raiks s&ath is tbe red hills, aad
, jost as tbe team bud pasd tbe seaey-
a ebeek-reis broke
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I and Be oT tbe harass raa tip a side hill
swang violently, r&e wacon was op-
f -a m rul
tH IvkV f Kmvn Mnaa "VT rm
Rogers' bips, pinsingber to tbegrouDd
r?rtil .lrk ap-hpac! rn MJiaro - TK.
',. -i k.i .,u v.,
; boy was also badly scratched up, bat
i is not senocsly hurt. Mrs. Borers was
. , j.t.,. t
Pcked npand taken home oaabed
. qoilt by the neighbors, and proved to
; be most painfully injured. Dr. Banom
, .,.. . A . -. .' . . .
morning bad Dot foand that any bones
, . . .. ... s
i were broken, yet tbe patient was in
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tbe most intense pain. Tbe neighbors
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and friends hope tbe inianes so-tained
. .w - .i.
may notproTetobeservscs-yet jndgmc
i , .. T -t. - j V. . v,
frtxa tne temble pain endured bv Mrs.
t .. r . TTt. .- "j
Bogers tbey feel rather discoaraged.
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A Bzttls for Blood,
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nbu. d itisalwavrvittorioasinei-
tcod is. CO., Apotbecaries Lowell,
Eccmomza ia Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of
100, not cat, for Eaie at this office at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wranoioz nscer. larze sheets. Iwownu
reu- of coofg bott.L fneodTia-,
vited to give him a call, and get work '
'. done in the best manner. &-6- ImJ
Largest Gita In the World
Is on exhibition at tbe great world s
fair. Yoa ought to see it- 'Ibis U the
month of months to vbit the iir,pleas- i
ant days, coot nigbts, delightful travel
Maximum comfort en route to Chi
cago on the vestibuled limited trains ot
tbe Chicago, Union Padfic fc North
western line. See your nearest Union
Pacific agent for rales or other informa
Ne'wport, - - Oregon.
Located on tbe Beach, two miles oojth
of Newport on Cave Cove, a beautifully
sheltered pot, wonderful scenery, sea
bathing, fine drives to Cape Foul weath
er lighthouse. House new, rooms brg
and airy. Finest resort for families or
Invalid-. Open all winter. Terms
moderate by day or week. Intending
vbltors can drop a postal card to New
port and be met by back.
i John Fitzpatbick:,
i d-2 m Proprietor.
Conservatory of Music,
WHlamettc University, Salem, Or.,
, School of music for piaco, organ, violin,
)S'DBing, orchestral instruments, banned
DyicVan,ferPoint! faKc?. orchestration
aDd higher musical composition. No
better trade of work done west of the
( Rocky mountains. Prices low. Seven
' teachers. Next term begins Sept. 4tb.
j a?T?;" "
Z. M. Parvin, Mus.
ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY,
St. Paul Marlon County, Oregon-
Ooodnced by the -Uteri of the Holy Names of
. u. uu Mimij. oe locmuon anordi U ihat
cin be declred lor healtbfal oatdoor eienas-.
J; Paul can b easily reached by boiU on the
Wlllametie. The baUdiaeU newnaapped
"in aU tbe mod m IraprovemenU. The
cou-M of stady Is compIeteT
Stenography and Typewriting Taught.
For farther paitlcn1 an apply to Htsler 8nper
Proprietor of the
GERMAN x MARKET
Sooth Commercial 8L, Balent.
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved Read Estate, in amonnU and
time to suit. Kodeiay taionsMS ki.V"1
FEAR & FORD.
Room It Bosh Bank block.
P0ST0FFICE BLOCK. - - SALEH. OH.
Admitted to practice In all the courts.
Special attention tfven lo German ..v
f.1LS;ple aa1 fcpfne? at theuntrnd
In every direction OTJR
HOME MADE GOODS are
sent to all points of the com
pass bringing joy and gladness
to manv. Patronize our
GOOD LUCK TO YOU
Goodla-Cloyoaasd real loelc 11 win
pe u erezr e wbo tike adrastate of ocrS
SCHOOL BOOK SALE.
Netiher a bore hoe or focr ifrinrwr
rttiz too rodj osronoBlSM. s iai
jocrcaECtrarato it SUtesmet boot
htiore vx aaz waoM appues.
Booicseller add. Statlonora.1
S STATE STREET.
E. 3L WaITEPBLXTIXG CO.,
BOOK 1SD JOB PRKTERS
Legal BlanJc Publishers.
Baiii'ft New Brieknrer tbe teak. Coral street.
Bates, $20 to $5JM) per Daj
The bat hotel belveea Portland aad Baa
Fiaadioo. Flm-dac la all 11 acpotauaeata.
lu tables are served with Uu
CJioicest Frit its
Grown in tne Willamette Valley.
A. !. WAGNER. Prop.
OPENS SEPTEMBER 37
UMTTS CELEBRATED MILITARY
WILL FUHXIfeH THK Mrsia
A WOBLD OP MECHANICS iw MTNTATrmrL
THE BPECIAL FEAT0BES WILL ECL1FBE THOSE OPAST FBKYIOCa TElt
Oonstrncted at a cost cf SKEOand throwtstratbeosand JeUot water tnaU the cotoncftt
rsicbow wlu beantlfy atosie HiL
Containing fish ol aU varieties :ound In Oregon watersutTe been constructed at fitat expts
TSJ3 AST GAZLERY,
hko,?SnJ5?Ile;U?.n JLpa,?Un eltd Jrom tbe Worid's Fair. Amon them E
SS5C celebrated plnUns Cutter1 Last FIeht. To TUlt this sreat Expffiiuoa wid TiewW
FateatuSaua? deIrtmealof " ance, wlU to Btabag wlVtoit to the orif
KEDUCLll RATE3 OX ALL TBAXHPOBTATJOH LINES.
u. .wmcr uuurauuon UOKI)
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL, IMJPLEIwlENTS.
Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.
N. W. Cor. SWe and Liberty St. SALEH. OREGOM.
SPEAKING OF JACKETS
e want to remind van that hao . .i.n. u.. .r n,. n.t. r-.it andart
selling them at prices to suit the Umea.
Our$5.00fur trimmp.iJai.iret i. . h....n -. .. n. m -a (fiOonulB
ones for ladles and misses. v.- -
.nIHfiaD?beUerJ,Lcketweh,lvebentlfu"i'e at $50, JiaCO, , f
anaio.uu. e can save you money on your fall purchases. TryusandB
we don t, r
We have about six dozen ltdiea and
5?' .Tbey are a No. 1 earmenta and In
wui eeU tbem at any price. Come and
OPERA HOD8E CORNER,
Wescacoit & Irvine, Prop'rs.
rpHXS PATER likejx carats LaiWi
I J- AdTeraucsAjesey.Mj.aieKBtiaMa
; toatnera br adTerUrisz cka tsas bTx
CHBISTlAIf SOESCE-Uaatoi rfa
CSii 6RIH. SOX, BRiKiEB t CO,
OS atare UTUUctu & EcriiiTj tat
Patfnt. Groneri taTtted to eaS.
DEIEtUTE AND COLUECIKG BUEAU
SALEM, - - - Orison
Pilrste vatic a rpKiilrf.
C B. r.f.KMKST. Xtsiftt.
! BPRTOX BSOTHESS
. XaacUetcre Btaaiard PresMd Eri.
and tspplj tie brtci tor the Sew sOeaCtr ,
. UmU aad nearlr 11 lis fiee bcM -rxermA
' ax VB- utpnal otr.
lards &car yenlfaattarr. Satea, Or. titr !
P. J. LAJRSEN & CO,
Manufacturer of Wagons, Car
RSoJrlxie a. Specialty.
UonaecUngaad Prinsao" CIiam cja
Mondaj, Sept. 25 tn,
Oor. Court aad liberty streets, opposite met
yorteaeaenaadmoihenimi bein Odoiff
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Mrs. P. S. Kxight,
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