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I'OBLIHUKU DAILY, KXOEPT HO.VUAV,
Capital Journal Publishing Company
lVxtoffloe Ilteok. Commeret! Street.
Jul!, by carrier, jf inoaUi,-
itailv. Iir man. rr Ttr
Wklr. Pw. PW yr,
MARION COLWTY KBI'LUI.ICi.N TICKET.
KOBHTATE HKNATUKS-I. U Bltenes rf
Salem, and W II Hofrwo f SUjrtOB.
FOIl KKPiHMBVTATIVKS C. II. Moore
andB. Hoferof Hatem, Itevld OralgoiMa
oftar, H. O. llreiay of Woadbarn, atxlJ. L
Calvert of Hubfotrd.
(ytitilVHlOXKtl-J. M. W(ob oTTariMr.
BUKHIFF-Joha Knight oTIMem.
TLKIlK L. V. Kbtoo nt IlulUv.Jkr
TKBA8UKKK-K 0. Hrown of Turner.
JtKCOKDBlt K. W. Waicf 4tln.
AHrfBVSOK 1 O O)jryof4llll Clyr.
BOHUOL HUI'BKISTBNUENT-J. J. Ur
Ji im of Wood&ura.
j; UIl VEYOB II. IJ. HerrtoX of 'feletn.
COHONK- A M Chof tl'in.
JUST1CK UK "lAK-Forsatem i!ltrM
II. A.JohDton Jr.
OINiTABLB-Hor Hileu dIMrle .1. 7,
Remember the April road convenlioi
Tbe Coxey platform In 'free squar
meals and flat money.
Another silver coinage bill has beei
introduced. It will nuet with anotbci
Farmers' Tribune: A- a posilivi
political force, Diiiocrucy N dead
killed by Mr. Cleveland In one year.
Fruit growers, if you would prosper,
attend your horticultural meeting a
Hajeni Tuesday April 17th.
Mrs. Amanda Hiiilth, an Atnerioan
colored woman, 1 now In England
lecturing on temperance under the
auspices of the Lady Somerset.
C. B. Moore will make as good u
speaker of the. next legislature as lit
made a chairman of the Marion count)
convention. Republicans will wee to it
that he ia elected.
Tho Democrat have two elephant
and an unweaned calf on their hand.
The elephants ure Grover Cleveland
and the government of thin country.
The calf Uvea in Oregon.
Warren Cranston, of Hllvertou, I
now talked of for jolnt-Benator from
Marion and Clackamas. There is a
Bentitnent growing in favor of a sub
tnotlHl farmer f tliat ftnll(ull.
Why do the Democrats not try to
pass the silver bill-over tho prosi-Jenl's
veto aud appeal to tho country? l'liat
la what they would do if u Republican
president had written such a veto.
Job would have something wonte
than bolls If ho lived in Oregon and
had to listen to Populist orators nmr
out their steady stream of woe, calamity
aud ilalism for two or three hours hL a
If Polk county doea not propose to
help maintain that big hrldgo over the
Wlllamotto then ttiat county had
bettor make over to Marion county the
territory that Is dependent on that
brldgo for an outlet.
President Cleveland says this of sil
ver certificate;: "Wo have now out
standing more than $:m,000,000 "
silver certltlcatca issued under existing
laws. They aro serving the purports of
money usefully and without piostiou."
The Chicago Iuter-Oceau March 18th
ooutatus a description of Hull 1iouh, a
charity that was established to briug
about social relations bstween the
wealthy aud highly educated and the
poor dculuna of a tenement house
Col, Breokuurldge who Is on trial for
breach oi promise to .Ml Pollard
makes the usual plea. "Man, ih 1 wax,
I took liberties." Kxaotly there was
whero he failed to be a man, The
manly man takes no liberties. When
bo does he becomes nn animal. The
confessions of a base sensual material
ism under tho plea of manhood ure an
insult to liuniaulty and society.
Voters should not bo misled by Ik
aud roorbacks against u slugle man on
tho Republican ticket, A dw)nirat
element of futlouista and iiuloouteutH,
who belong to no party and represent
no principle but discord, who nave no
case to go before the people with, will
retort to Ilea to strike down a man here
or there If they win. They are oom
tueiioliig earlier tula year than usual.
Wo tako these figure from Comm
mail Bprlnger'a spoeeh: The aggregate
naortgag debt on au roai estate, nomas
aud bubtnoaa housv in -14 states la fo,-007,-192,001.
Iu Nebraska Is It f 188 jwr
capita. Iu New York It Is tm per
capita. Oeorgiii luw only f 16 jer capita
Kew York is the richest elate in the
union. Georgia U tho pooroot. Illi
nois has SSJ,!$P,1dQ luortgagw re
tarded, but; 1210,010,033 are oo city
property, prlneJpally Ubleago. Draw
your own ofelukrw.
There is a great deal of talk of aheap
raw material In our country. But tbe
oboe post of all cheap raw material iu
our coustry Is tbe man who voted for
Cleveland iu the hope of bettering the
condition of tbe laboring men.
Yamhill Gaunty Reperter: Marion
county Repulfcaos in their Dominating
oonveation instructed their representa
tives to vote for abolition of the rail
road commiorfton, tbe establishment of
max I urn freight charges, and reduction
of paMnger rate to three cents a mile.
The railroad eom mission is au ex
pensive aud colossal fraud and tbe de
mauds of the M-trioo county fellows
will b found to hare struck the key
oote to public sutiment all over the
A Populirft eptaker the other night
vesit out of bis way to abuse John
Knight, present sherlJl of Marion coun
ty, saying he had never made udj
money until he got into the sheriffs
l)lce, etc. He probably earned more
noney in one mouth with his own
bands In his blacksmith shop
uany of the Populist orators
earned in a 3 ear at honest labor,
f these professional orators of
llixm are iu it for reveuue only
tail not, neither do they spin.
their whole existence is summed up In
ne overwhelming desire to get theii
luiidson the oouuty, state and national
Republican.", Democratic aud Poptl
littt cam iHiigu com milt ees are at work
jetting ready fur tbe canvass, iu Mu
flou county. The second largest cxiuu
ty in thustate, and havtngelgiit mem
oers iu the next geuerul assei'.by, thr
election here Is of more tiiun loeol im
jortanoe. Marion couuty being aleo
tbe location of the state capltol aud
iip4l of the state institutions, the state
tt large lias au interest in the campaign
here. The looal imue in Oregon is
ecommlc reform. Large taxpayers
aid the moil wiio laid the foundations
if tilts commonwealth are being fully
uoused to tlio importanoe of reducing
ippropriatluus. The people have hwt
joutrol of legislation and feel the neces
dty of some check belug put upon ex
travagant appropriations. This Is all
tho more imperatively demanded
because of the prevailing com
mercial, agricultural aud Industrial
depression. New state oillclais are to
bo chosen, with few exeept'ons. Thore
will bo a new legislature. Oregon will
start In with a new ttale government
idjustcd' and adapted- 01 at least it
should be to the uwesaitles of pitut
Hon Time. Koel iu discussing tho
uirill in congress, said: "We itie nnm
inully 70,0OO,Ow() people. That la what
we are in mere numbers. But as a
market for maiuifaetiires aud choice
fowls we are potentially lTi.oao.OOO as
compared wltii the next befet nation 011
ihu glob. Nor is tills dilllciilt to
prove. Whenever an ICnglishman
earns one dollar an AnU'rlcan earns a
dollar and sixty cents. I speak within
bounds. Both can get the food that
keeps body and soul together and the
shelter which the liody must have for
60 cents. Take 00 eeuta from a dollar
and you have 40 cents left. Take that
same 00 cents from the dollar and sixty
and you have a dollar left. Just two and
a half 1 1 mi us liiuuli. That surplus
can im spent In oholce foods, in house
furnishings, iu Hue clothes and all the
oomforts of life in u word, in tho
produutH of our iiiamifHctures. That
inaheri our lHipulatlnn as oonsiimors of
products, as compared with the Hug
lUli population, 170,000,000. Their
population is :I7,000,000 im consumers of
produulM which one century ago were
pure luxuries, while our population Is
equivalent to lTo.OOO.OOU."
TIIK SOUIIMiS' 110)1 K.
There Is a good deal of loose talk about
abolishing the aoldlam' home In this
state. It Is already Imllt and a geueral
law provides Air $12,000 a year to main
tain It. If that were repealed the pni
erty would still be 011 the hands of the
state. It In said there is already a
(oOOO tUtieleiipy oieatetl by the present
boanl of mauagera. The people of On
gon aro not Rlug to look with fuvor
upon creating any kind of deiloiWtlu the
future. Appropriations are going to be
llmltoit to the aotual uetMnttiee of the
people, The stale now has t tie hum e
on Its hands and Is pledged to a rea
sonable mi in Ui maintain It, if It appears
that there are veteraiH of the uuluu
arm las and I fid la 11 ware who are
dependent upon the state hi aurrieient
uumbereto require euoU a aoMie, If
not It will be abolished. Ttiefv U lUU
to Im said In favor of kbaaoldlem' home,
aud we have not yet eeeti the otut
made: The maintaining of a eonllefe'
home Iu OregMii meaue tbeexpeadilure
of about f 15.UOU a year in tbta rUU by
the general governmeat, a for errry
old soldier keut there by tbe suite, the
general government vll eaatribuut
$100 toward lib wipport. With an
ooouomloal manageuient, aud thutta
what the people want aud mot have
If tliay aupiMtrt it vt alt, the borne aetsi
he mo great tiuideu u the (eop)etf
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
aa -ortland Quotations.
Salbm, lareb 9,4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day aud up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
HALKU FBOUUCE JIARKET.
Apples 10c to 00c a bushel.
Veals dressed -5 cts.
Hogs dressed 5.
Live cattle 21 to 8.
Sheep alive (l.6O02.
Balem Iilllog Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lo i?.&). Retail f.O0.
Brin 114 bulk, J15 socked. Shorts $16
i Cliop feed tl(t and $17.
w II BAT.
90 eeuU per bushel.
HAY AND OKAIN.
Oate new 2527Jc
Hay Bolwl, new IS to $10; old $10 to
12. Wild ill bulk, $0 to $6.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Hmall sale, 17 to 18c.
Eirae Cash, 1012.
Butter BitI dairy, 1520j fancy
Cheese 12 10 16 cts.
Farm smoKed meats Bacon 10;
hams, 12; shoulders, 8.
Potatoes 25 Joe.
Onions 3 cents.
Beeswax 34c. Caraway seed, 18c.
vn'teseed, i0c. Ginseng, $1.40.
mi try Hens, 7c; roosters, o(5,0e;
11. k , 8; turkeys, kJow sale, choice,
(Ir.tlo, Feed, rtc.
Flour Staudard,i$2.75; Walla Wulla,
J2 00; gralium, 42.40; HUH.-rfiue, $2.2o
Oat New wliite,33crMTbu ,grey,32c;
rolled, iu bags, io. 76(aij.W; barrels,
$0.00(tfG.6; case-,, &i 75.
Haj Bebt, $10(12 per ton.
Wool valley, luetic.
MillstuU'ri Bran, $WM0; shorts, $10;
grouud Imrley, 18; chop ferd, $15
per ton; whole feed, barley, 70 cts. jer
cental; middliug, $23(a)23 per ton;
diicken wheat. 05(3,1. Io percental.
Hops NVw 12 to 14.
Hides green, suited, CO lbs. 3c, uu
deroo lbs.,2(ii3 ; sheep iwlts, lU(uG0c.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery, 27J
30e; fancy dairy, 22j2.5c; fair to good,
lol"ic; comuioii, llto 12c per lb.
I'ueeee Oregon, : Young
American, 1216cper pound; California
14I5Jc; Swlae Imp., 3032; Dom.,
Kggs Oregon, 9(5)10c ier do.pn.
Poultry Nominal; ctiickeus, uiIxkI
$8 50&1 50 per dozen; dueks,$5.0U(,u W
geese, $0fi,M0. turkeys, live, 12(tll
Beef Topiteera,2K)3(:per pound; fuir
cogoud steers, 2(2lo; No 1 cows, 2c; fair
cowa, ljc;dreed beef, $1 00(5 50 per
Mutton Best sheep, $250; choice
Hogs Choice, heavy, $4 00 1 25;
aiodiuin, $4 00()4 50; light and feeders,
$3 fXl(34 00; dressed, $0 507.
SAN FltANCISCM MAKKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern clioli'o, 10(3)
lie; do Inferior, 7(j9e; do valley, 12
Hope 1 1 to 10c.
Potutoes Erly Rme, 3060. Bui
Oata Milling, $1.1001.15.
The Nurse's Delight.
Every experienced nurse knows the
value of a remedy which, without being
au anodyne v III relieve soreness of the
limbs or Htl(ruetnf tbe Joints, and en
able a patient to Bleep quietly and
Just sjoh a remedy aro Allcock's
Poious Plusters. Placed 011 the cues'
iron the back, If ue"essary cut Into
strips and placed over tho muscles of
the limbs they work marvels in the
way of soothing and (Uietiug restless
ness. Being perfectly simple aud
harmless iu their composition, they
can be Ubfsl freely, and man) a sud'erer
has thanked them for a night of quiet
rest, grateful both to him and those
who care for him.
Braudrolii'u Pills do not weaken the
To Bo Hold at Auction.
Four hundred aoros of land, sawmill,
four barns, two houses, apple, peach
and plum orchard iu tnmrlug condition,
10 head of cattle and 25,000 feet rough
lumber will bo sold at auction June 0th
at 1 p. m. Lund situated soveu miles
southwest of Philomath 011 Alsea road,
known as Moore's mill, Tho auction
will boon the premise,
dw Mns. Ha uiuKTr B. Mason.
Than take In any other form Is what
many people think and Park's
Toa is made for Just those folks, It
ouree ooostlputlou and though not a
oathartio moves' the ImiwoIs every
day. Sold at Cnpibd Drug Store.
M. K M. Hurt
Throe Great Enemieu
"fer ever twenty )er I tefwr4 wim
rtpurulfiia, llhouiuaiUiu, litIa.
live 7ef aeo I befaa te take llwutT Potm
rttua ae4 It km mom lae a mt aut at
cee4. ewwe VeeteelHC WUk U !hrt
Uoa.U3oiuuiM, Uk ht4Khi tuiLxvi ttca.
XWk iMr' ?-RC
BaNeaasj.-faRBw"!" 'jmrtir i 1 '
one lj lie IleBBiBg Yet.
MMrifeetaOoM of fear are variotu, and
Ifcere faj eTidentlT one woman in New
York woo believes that she who runs
away way Ure to see another runaway.
A runaway team came tearing down
Broadway at a terrific rate the other j
day. At Thirty-third street tbe horses ,
decided to turn toward Fifth avenue, and j
as- tbe only thing which conld have
stopped them the bi? apartment bouse
at that corner did not get in their way,
around the corner they went liken flash,
and then they "streaked it" for tbe bast
In tbe crowd thereabout was u. woman
Who pnta not her trust in runaway
boreea. When she saw tbe plunging,
galloping team tnrn to tbe east sho
turned to the west. Gathering her skuta
in her hauls bbe i-iade across Sixth av
enue at a fairly good trot.
Reaching tbe pavement she looked over
bersbonlder, and scing that tbe horses
were tmdoabtcdry going in the opposite
direction he increased her speed to a
Another backwar 1 glance soon showed
ber own and the exertions of the horses
were patting a safe distance between her
and danger, thpy having gone a block
from the corn r in one direction while
she went SO yar.Xs in the other direction,
0 she-wae encouraged to get into a live
Thfe, together with the speed of the
flying aniinule, was mj soccessfnl in
stretching spact between her and thein
that ahe nettled dowu for a long, swift
ran. Nobody 111 the neighborhood
stopped tbe horses. Nobody stopped
Perhaps she is running yet. New
Eicrj Lye Upon Him.
"I never in my life," iid a clergy
man to his wife after a wjrmou in
Wtidtminhtor abbey, 'bo touched the
congregation. They wereentranced.
Every eye was ujon mo from the
Brst word to the laft."
"So wonder,' said his wife. "Your
,;lovew were inside your hat, and
.vhen you took it off they remained
u top of your head all through the
I ji-non."- -London Tit-Bits.
f!ie mind tliat
makes tlie man,"
paid Watts, but modern ethics
deny this, and give the credit
to the tailor. It i3 qucstion
nble, however, if cither are
has some claims
in this respcct.thercfore those
parents who would build up
the physique of Uicir children
jwy a' net nttcntion to their
dct. Children arc oil fond of
paHry; for this to be hcalth
'u. v prepared,
must be used as a shortening,
by the best Cooks.
Consult your physician up
on its hcolthfulucss.
hen 1 three cent In stumps to N. K.
Fulrutiik A- Cd , Cliicwtu, for liuud
wnie luleno Cook llouk t-onu In.
Hut six huixlrvil reclr", irvpn-i ttj
11111H 1'iuU'fiit uutlKnith-s on uKilaut.
CfSloleiH Li koM by all t'roccrs.
Mode only by
N-K. FAIPBANK A. CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
jchicaqo, new vona. boston
Thoroughbrsd Poultry for Sale.
I have the fol owlaif r-toIa tlioronshbred
rouit' f rHl at virUw niateil; orated rfiuly
r lipmvnl. puiohiMer to pay exicru.
chHrKM. Aililreiw, oare ofJOUKNAL ollloe.
I'lHUiitloeb o. twia Or. ,
lseiBl White l.horn coekrs, very fine,
(nnim lu for buIb.) tt 80.
Uiitck isiwnUU eoakraU, I to 5 months old,
Ilrown lsliorn 111. Spanlub, Ind. livnr.
Utlnhiim fcgs, JiOOtwrsotunif. Bend fcr
SHbtlotf. K llurer
lUten, $2.50 to !r?5.00 per Day
The bt holU btwen Portland aad 8an
rrmiu'too. IHnt-ehMH la all IU uptolntuienU.
IU uiblw nm KtrveJ with the
Urww-i la th WlltawMte Valley.
A. I. WAGNFR. Prop.
TWO -CENT STAMPS
ve will send you
of unusual color, ,7;t
nn, a nmv o f
tt.. i.'... r..u,A " &n ou can se
what a wonderful journal it is, pro
vided you name the paper you savr this
in. It's a real Jewel we'll send you-j
THE GREAT DIVIDE, Denver, Colo,
South Salem Market.
Kreh Meats M at lowest ratea, au 1
free WU very. Qapoeite brlak store- 1
Uay by tlje ten.
F. M, aiVEHART, Prop, '
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is carefully pre
pared from Sarsaparilla, Daudelion,
Mandrake, Dock, Pipsiefcewa, Juniper
berrief-aud other well known remedies,
by a peculiar combination, projsirtiou
aud progress giving to Hood's sar-a-parilla
curativ powers not post-ed
by other medlfiues. It eilects remark
able cures when other preparations
Hood'a Pills cure blllousne?s.
UAAJVXU.lAJ HJKK) JlAJ UJUUUUO
Inkfanfli- mmnTHiand fnrever dfePtrOTS Ob-'
yctMiname nair, wncner upon me !'.
ifir. fir ..& tiT tia. ir wirnniii niwiiHHULnju
injury to the mosi uenoaieBKia. .
w jT any years the e- rtl 'ormniauj
-mnitiR Wllvtn. arVtinwieueea by DoyH -
,lI me oi?nti aamMni uuu .tre
:.-...--- .. " . v..A
no eminent dermatologist ana nair epe
ills' ihat ever liTtd. Duncg dm privaie 5
mriiMni it Mf.t IfT-., nmnn? the noblilt) X
,rd arttocmcy of Europe he preKribedg
mis recipe, r- e, i t m u, ''"
packed. Oo espondenceconfldentlal. bole
Ageni .or rtmenca. Aaares
THt SK00KUM ROOT HAIR GROWER 0.
R. 67Houth Fifth Avenues ew iork
iifwm rwyirxto fyvvwion
Kteinway, Knabe, Webber, Emer
son and other pianos.
Htorey fc Clark and EarhelT organ?.
All first claFs makes of sewing ma
chines. Smaller makes of musical iustru
Genuine needles, oil and new parts
for all makes of machines.
rjewlng machines and organs re
paired aud cleaned.
Two doois north of pcstrfllce, Salem,
MERCHANT TAILOR .
272 Commercial (street, Salem, Oregon.
Formerly of Morrison street.
BROWN'S NEW FOUNTAIN WASHER.
Best Bteam Washer known. Sample
Washer with fall Instructions sent to Agent,
express charges prepaid on receipt of 3.50
tddress J. li. Bruwn, Box 2-JS, Salem, Or
OLINGER & RIGDON,
Undertakers and Embalraei-s.
Cabinet work and repairing.
Courtjstreet, Opposite Opera llmne,
Salem, - Okkqon
WITH A CHEAP
neeb. NO Bat
axo YOUB WIFE
teiiestoKeepin Ready to Starti
CAN RUN IT.
WE GIVE AOTUAL nnwFB
PALMER & REY,
Ban Francisco, Cat, Portland, Or.
La mo Back, &c
Dn. SANDEH'S ELECTRIC BELT
With Electro-Magnetlo SUSPENSORY
Lall l'tliitil llc.t ImproTrmcula I
Win cur wlUiout mMldne all MiUhu maiitnz from
OTrMAiAiion or bnln nrrro forv,i zcorliuU.
cniion. u Drroui dtobitr. Wplncu, luipior
rhrtirulra, kMiiry, ltr and Uaddtr compliun
UwrU.!;. himlio, atll, all fma compuinu
gr rl 111 balth. etc. Thil .tertno D gSduubi
uMI bniMnu ott all cUir. Currtnt li
iMUBtlrfWtW vcanror va forfeit J, SOU. 00, and
will cure af of the alura dleMiira or Bo ly. Thou
nj baia fcfn curwl br ihu mamrlooi (nreolion
after all other remlle fT.d. and we el re tundtwli
U leMiraMiUU la thie and t err nhtr uto. """"
Oor teerfl laeee't IUI7I1C SlriX50ET. the
7iet boon nn offere.1 vrak men, rut Hk all
0 Af fieod for Illiu'd rampilet, inaUed (raloj. tm
8ANDEM ELEOTRIO CO.,
Vn. lia'lrateiret.lOUTJAAU OBt
Kemoved tovor. tiiird uuu ta utuu m
A UD1T,S TOILET
Is not complete
without an ideal
IJ POWDER. f
Combines every element of
beauty and purity. It is beauti
fying, soothing, healing, health
ful, and harmless, and when
rightly used is invisible. A roost
delicate and desirable protection
to the face in this climate.
Intlst npen caring tia genuine.
IT IS FOB SALI IVtBYWHEIiC.
O III vvvl 1 en
Z Us J
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China Set Free,
lor a club of tsventj five yearly subscribers, a Iset ofjdecorated Havilsi l
china, 129 pieces, sold usually at 75 to $100, from Damon Bros,, SJeii ,
collection of tine cbinaware, marked dowu to $67.
Silver Cutlery Free.
For a club of three yearly subscribers, a set of Roger Bros, best
silver plated knivt- and forks, C of each, frrm Damon Bros., worth 6.00.
$25 SuLit Free.
For a club of eigut subscribers the beat $25.00 suit of clothes in tbe store !
A. rf. lira-tield & Co., Salem, your own seltctiou.
Steel Plow Free.
For a club of eiiht subscribers a steel beam, teel Gale ated nn'1.
Ini; plow, the be-t of its kind, from Gray Bros., Salem, worth J-25.00.
Silver Spoons Free.
r-or a club of two yearly subscribers, a dozn Roger Bros,
silver plated tea spoons, from Damon Bros., worth H 00.
For a club of eight jrarl subscribers a
wooa organelle trnui J. U. Wright,
Sewing Machine Free.
For a uiub oi nftten eiib-eribers, a Climax high arm, 4-drawer, oaf.
J"'"1 sewing macblue, warranted, from Geo. C. Will, rialeni, wortt.,
Sillv Hat Free.
bur a eiuo ot t euny subM'ribfrs one of our best Silk HaU from C. H.
Mi-u-dorfler, Portland. Retails f()r $6.00.
tor a eiuo of three ve..rli subscribers one finest Imported silk bat fro. 1
C. H. Meiisdortler, Portland, retails at $10.00.
Steam Washer Free.
For iJ club of two early subscribtrs: one !of J. JB. Brown's Fountain
Steam Washers, wonh $5.00.
Welch Cloclv Free.
f.iL1" U c e: ,1vb iettrl sucfibers one Eight Day Welch Clock, beau .
IUI CHstj vlOt
r.w.ttnc,ub "fr ye,i'' subscribers, one Scholarship in Capital Bu-.
Woltbiw ' ' (for cunP'ete business course) good for twoyeai .
Silver Watch Free.
MrMU iC f tUl suocribfrs a high class silver watch, from W. W
-Martin, jeweler, alem, worth $25.00.
Furniture Set' Free.
Btii!?ir HrClUb.1of ,.ifteeH ?uuribers 'a solid oak, carved bed room set, nr '
Wort'h H5.)' : ' A- B" "ureu & to"' fur"'ture dealerp- tf,en
Cook Stove Free.
bit,madpCm,bfi,,Lfs? eubeenben la largellsize.SiNo. 8 cooking stoe,
Salem, wonh $2o! '' wm Perry &JCo.'VBtoveand plow work,
Ladies Gold Watch Free.
Catron. v iv vr".1?' bTbers ol,e ' gold watch, Waltbam B0-1
retail pr?ce-f3o.6u uf,Salem' tbe l te stem winder and settei;
Lshnt'b.nne,,H,blu8.Ubsoi;ibersoDe lchartb English double barrel 12
andHnmniL'.1 fU.burre9' cheoked B'P d forteud. engraved loci a
K r!,M8l(Klk and H?,f Plsto P. extension rlbe, wla.ui f;
Kin from fiSka a RnVi"iI,lnelJ ?uhbtr hwl Plate, and a thoroughly g-l
feiiti, irom tsrooks & Salisbury, Salem, worth $25.00.
Silyerine Watch Free!
beiti-'r "fmm wWuir,ywUbeCJ,ben! 0Ue "Iverinelwatoh, stem-witd.rai d
wt'.er, irom W. V. Martiu. of t-aium aa 5..,. .,ii.i 1, t
made retails at f 00. ' "" fc" rtr "- -
Fruit Trees free,
AnVirtmn"tlb'i I K,ve Ita,ian Prune trees from II
A"aii nurseriw of Browne & Morrison worth t
For same 600 Early Crawford pearti ;l ' f
MlBB!lwJV,i.l..,,,,0, .Udiv,Ht fJy8ubsrlption8 among m manyr
niout s o7LrbM,,U8lMaofn,lVb for 0,,e w. thV can send 10 for
Xt of theauL al InT- PwroluuM ar ready for agents, on r.
eipioi me names and money. Send jxHtotllfe order or bauk draft.
The above premiums aro all bona fide, quoted nt regular
rotml price, and tho names of the dealers who aro amoug our
best busmass menare given, that agents may satisfy them-
first class German Rote-