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J!"" "0 '' ' (Miyiyap
Thursday and Friday,
Dales fr Ike Mari.i Ctflifjr
April 26th and 27th.
In order to make more room
for our millinery stock we will
GRAND SACRIFICE SALE!
Of Ladies' Muslin Underwear,
Prices cut half in two. This
will be the one chance in a life
time for the ladies 01 Salem to
purchase these garments at less
than the price of the material.
l , We will make sacrifice prices.
It rests with you to call and be
MRS. S. C. REED'S.
PROIECIIOXISIS, DP AND AT IHESL
XwUbrs All Oter the County
and Able Speakers.
The advertlsinr flimflammsr ia
abroad ia the city E.JS. McKluney
went to Tarser this morning oo bod-
hm CfomiAv nd ahowerV .000
Editor JexmSAt: Swltrerlanei, it
is eaid.bas few paupers and few mllllon-
alrer. The rcawn for Ihte is thai sbe
baa the roost rational tax laws la the
lri.: Tun are Ended according to
Quay ajsu oawcjy . - . . ,h.
tinL Bora, to Mr. and 31m. Job. the weaitn 01 me auzeu, uu, . .--
: . . .. . ,. 'nnr hv tslner the ooor more ana
Bcmnaier at inetr name eo sow butoi
Salem, April 29, 1894, a sen, weight
eleven pounds. The steamer Elwooa
leaves for Portland Toesday morning
- Willis Bros. & Co.
Keller - & Sons
Their spring stock of Wall Paper ,D
Are now ready to All all orders.
I? J. 1m. MITOHEIiIi & CO.,
fa HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM. Or. dw
AvrtrrrEii Advertising Shark.
Today the city is being canvassed by a
stranger for advertisements to appear
on letter pads to be supplied hotels, and
which will only be seen by a few straw:
ere. This class of schemes Is being
constantly worked by outside sharpers,
who simply take money out of the
town and virtually give no "value re
ceived." Thero Is a further point ol
latereet about this class of business, in
that It Ukea just that amount of ad ver-
These papers are here and represent the j feet count, and
Those Chicago GiRts. The Al
bany Democrat has the following fellcl
tus report of their concert at Albany:
The voices of the Chicago Lady's
Quartette are not only cultivated In a
marked degree, but they possess qual
ity, and, like the successful foot ball
eleven, their owners do team wors,
making massed Dlsys. Their wedges
last evening penetrated the line of the
nndlence into every heart In front of
them. It was a complete victory,
Though thirteen pieces aro on the pro
gram, the Ave Chicago girls were heard
twenty-six times, several selections re
ceiving triple encores. Strong in quar
tette work they are as strong 1n indi
vidual eilort. Refined and comely in
ippearance, (one of the young
adles Is the daughter of
4 uutcago Danserj weir eiogiug
japtlvales .from the first sound. The
hlstllng of Miss Weaver was a spicy
feature of the program. Miss Neltnor
in her comedv impersonations has
never had an equal In the gem city of
the valley. With rare grace and won
derful genius she lifts a tone elocution
ally with her silver tipped tongue and
very expressive face. Voices and not
Uie Uhlcaco girisae-
The Reoubllcan army ia JIarlon
county ia Retting fairly well in march
ing order for the campaign or IKH.
Bald a veteran of tho O. O. P. Satur
day: "If Republicans do their duty
the cohorts of fusion, flat money, De
mocracy and Populism will be swept
oat of existence. Two thousand p'o-
rallty will be the maximum If the Re
publican rote is got out."
Of the Marion county central com
mittee showed the party in fine work
ing order. Harmony and enthusiasm
were the watchwords all along the line.
Following committees were appeinted:
On finance to assist the chairman
J. 1L Poorman, Wm. H. Bavage, Louis
On county canvass J. M. Poorman,
C. B. Moorea, L L. Patterson, Hiram
Smith, John Knlgbt.
On assessment of candidates Louis
Stlnjon, L. Hobsoo, fl. C. Tarpley,
Green B. Cornelius, A. F. Blackerby.
A half hour was given them to re
port. The committee to arrange the route
of and time for making the canvass "re
norted the follewing: That the canvass
begin at Marion on Monday, May 21st
at 1 p. m.: thence to Jefferson at 8 p.
m on Mav 22d Turner at 10 a. m.,
Aumsvllle, 2 p. m., and Stayton at 8 p.
m ; May 2Sd Sublimity at 10 a. m.,
and Detroit at 8 p. m.; May 24th Mill
City at 10 a. m., and Mehama at 8 p.
w.; May 25th Macleay at 2 p. m., and
Silverton at 8 p.m.; May 26tb Scotts
Mills at 10 a. m. and Woodburn at 8 p.
m.; May 28tb Mt. Angel at 2 p. m.
and 'Gervals at 8 p. m., May 29tb
Hubbard at 2 p. m. and Aurora at 8 p.
m.; May 31st SL Paul at 10 a. m.,
Champoeg at 2 p. m. and Buttevllle at
ft i.. m-June 1st Brooks at 10a.m.
on schedule time J nil as H. Wag
ner, formerly night operator at the
Hotel Willamette, and now with
Wells, Fargo & Co., at Ban Francisco,
arrived this moraine oo the overland
train, to spsnd a week with his brother,
A. I. Wagner. Moflett, the house
mover, has raised the Presbyterian
t , jt t... ... far f Ha 1
CUUICil Ul U JiM IUM)K iw; -i
i mntractoni to TemodeL Tne waits uiu
not sustain a crack verily, a good Job.
Miss Lena Knight is In Portland,
on her wav home from New "Vofit.
JT. 2f. Mathews and G. W. Kemp have
purchased the Wenirer meat market on
Court street. A marriage llcsnse was
issued today to Samuel Brooks, age 30,
of the Waldo Hills, and Sirs. Mary
Williams, age 36, born In New York
c'.y. Fred Koenzll, a native of
Switzerland, took out his final papers
country, by taxing the poor more and
the rich lew, but ly increasing iue
rate as the fortune or the income in-
creases. The rich jay nve uiue m
rate that is exacled from the poor.
This Is simply a recognition of the
dnUtsofpiopertyas well as Its rights.
This particular phase or bwiss poucy
Introduced here would DeoiiAriuu.c
value to this country than the "Initia
tive and referendum."
GOING OUT OF THE
DRY GOODS BUSINESS
-And Offer Their-
latereste of the city and Its bualnee rvediy won tue general veruic. oi
wain tUn VAflr miint . ftflU llieV lUf I IV1UK IUO UCOl- WUWV vuwiwumwu
lLJLB V .! m WW
hvulBMi men have too much bcdm to
throw away money on these initerant
leeches. Ono F. R. Johnson, of Ban
Francisco, Is trying to work up this
newest fake. Landlord Wagner, ol
Tho Willamette hotel, said he will not
haye the scheme worked In connection
with bis bouse, as ho did not believe iu
sucouraglng these blood-sucking birds
aver presented the people of Albany."
Y. M. C. A. hall, May 3d.
and Howell Prairie at 2 p. m;June
2nd Salem at 8 p. m.
This report was adopted.
The assessment report was then read;
It was that the sum or $780 sbold be
raised and no more. It was adopted.
Tf vemt moved and carried that the
following gentlemen be invited to make
speeches for the Republican cause
throughout the ceunty: John Mlnto,
Tilmon Ford, T. T. Geer, Wm. Arm
strong, 8. B. Ormsiby, C. W. Wasaon,
Dr. W. A. Cuslck, John McNary, Prof.
W. L. Cummlngs. E. T. Judd, W. L.
Tooze, G. G. Bingham, H. J. Bigger,
C. P. Strain, Edgar Grimm, Warren
Cranston, J. A. Carson and W. H.
B. F. Merwdlth was elected tempo
nrv MwretRrv of the committee. The
secretary Is a competent and energetic
Chairman Crolsan win tmai wees
open an office In the city and formally
assume charge of the county canvass.
The Sooth Salem Republicans are
wide-awake and will hold a special
McKioley service at.tbe old echool
hoose Tuesday evening this week.
The room has been cleaned and will
seat 150 people. A large picture of
Major McKinley will be unveiled.
There will be music, flowers and speak
ing. The ladles are especially invited.
South Salem McKinley club, Tnes-
d ly My 1, 730 p. m.
Glee Club H. G. Kundret, director.
F. F. Toevs "Biography of Major
C, B. Moores "Protection."
J. A. Careon "Oregon and the Mc
Tbos. Bolton "A Canadian on Pro
Muslc-By the Glee Club.
Was Killed by Accident.
An inquest was held this morning
over the remains of Rudolph Hansen
an inmate of tba state insane asylum
from Portland. He was a Swiss 34
years of age. Ho fell or In wme way
struck his head on a block with which
be and other inmates were at work
polishing the floor of ward five Bunds y
forenoon. Uo blame is attributed to
the management of the asylum by the
jury impaneled by Justice Batchelor,
acting coroner as follews: Geo B.
Saundereon, F. T. Strayer, A. M.
Clougb, T. P. Welch, E. C. Mlnton, V.
Li. Fieater. Foreman Saundereon con-
ducted a thorough examination of all
the facts and a number ot witnesses.
Tho Patriotic Orders.
Thla rtvenin? at G. A. R. ball the
Grand army, Relief Corps and Sons of
Veterans Join In the lollawlng. prc-
For 8ALE. One twenty acre tract,
with six acr Into bops, four acres Into
young orchard, and balance to past
ure, one boose, and all well under culti
vation. Will sell 44 acres, including the
above tract, with all the Implements
Hatrtiln in make & eood farm. Call
n nr luldrww. D. H. Miller. Salem Or.
iimiuirif tntrn on the Macleay
! ""Vr . . . m.,T II -
road. All garden jano. tiu " "
Midwiater Fair Bates.
iffWin tr TTIr pTmjraion tickets.
Salem to San Francisco and return, via
Southern Pacific Go's. Shasta route.
Rate, $27.50, including nve au
misslonsto the fair. Tickets good for
thirty days from date of sale.
To the Euptured People of Linn,
Marion aad Lane Counties.
One Dr. R B. Clark, who was form
erly with the O. E. Miller Co., of Port
land, Oregon, for a shorw Uine, ba3 not
been wltu tne company ior uran) wu
months past. There is not a physician
In Oregon who is using our method of
treatment for rupture, and cannot do
so, for The O. E. Miller Company's
treatment Is protected oy jeiiero
Dt..i .H ia a nrnfntinri RPCret kDOWO
only to The O.E. Miller Co.and so far it
has oaulea tne Desi enoris m iuc
World's most eminent physicians and
The O.E. Miller Company's treat
ment for rupture is painless and per
manent In cure, no matter how long
standing, and their employes furnish
If you are afflicted with rupture,
trriie tn tho Portland office. Nos. 527,
K"8. .153 Maranam building. 4 2S wl 6
Taxs should be pal 1 In spring and
fall, Instead of all at once at the hard
est time of the year.
This is the neatest opportunity yet offered, to secure all
kinds of reasonable Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes, at your
own price. Everybody is invited. Thanking our many kind
friends for their patronage, we solicit a continuance of the
same, while we close out the business. Kespectfully,
WILLIS BROS. & CO.,
OPERA HOUSE CORNER.
STRAW HATS !
FOE. MEN AND
Gyt i- ' 'ft'3--'
FiOHTiNO Giuia Last night shortp
ly after church, some wheru near the
cannery, two young khu wuu kvui
to have a grievance toward each other I
bscame Involved In a quarrel. One of
tbm was so Incensed that she took ofl
her coat and dared the other to tight.
Sh would undoubtedly have chastised
her antagonist if the bad not been held
back by her friends.
A Narrow Escape. This raorn
intr. as John Darr. the blacksmith was
leading ono of the Well" Fargo express
horses to his shop to shoe, the none
grew frolicsome, and kicked with both
feet nearly strlcklng little Anna Strong,
who was passing on the crossing, 'lho
horse's heels struck the brim of her
bat Just a few inches from her fore
bead, and came near causing a seri
BIO REPUBLICAN RALLY.
n.tiL J?. Rnwlrr
uiitA iTIftr FYtBter
.Hlu dos Knfsbt
O. P Caldwell
Runaway. Sunday evening about
9 o'clock Mr. J. H. Campbell's black
mare, while being unhitched from the
pbatton.at his home, 384 Center street,
became frightened and ran away. One
tug remained hitched when suo started
and ono shaft dropped and was broken.
She ran to 15th street and then came
down Cbemoketa street to Marlon
square. She bad not been seen since
up to this morning.
far towards caUbliahinjf tb
ot a uu&meiH uwww m mm
tir ami t)i wiwl.will and
w ive bcea ahowa indkat
who have aait wiw.ua
bi1bUv aaMsHed with
wMskl am oVrIa wy entire
Bfec f mmmuc
Noon-Day Prayer. The Young
Men's Christian Asa'n have made
arrangemenU with Geo. Robert Cairns
for a noonday prayer meeting in the
parlors every day this week, from 12:00
to 12:45, to which all men and women
are cordially Invited.
The iDKAii Gentleman. Hon. J.
H. Fletcher will deliver a lecture at
the South Salem M. E. church Tues
day evening, May Sth, on tho above
theme. He will make It entertaining,
and should be heard by a generous
V. O.T. U. Mkctino. There will
Saturday evening,- May 19th will be
the opening rally of Republicans of Sa
lem and the surrounding towns. D.
H. Looney, state central oommltteman
for Marlon county, have arranged to
have Hon. Charles W. Fulton, of
Astoria, come to Salem on that dale
and deliver an address in tne opera
house durinir the evening. Mr. Fulton
is one of the most eloquent
speakers in the Northwest and
his coming will be the
means of drawing a large crowd to the
city. W. II. Leeds, H. R. Klncald, G.
M. Irwin, JiepuDiican canuiuaies iur
state printer, secretary of state, and
school superlutendent.reapecuve'y wm
be present, as also Judge w. r. liora
for eovernor aud Phil. Metschan for
treasurer, and each will make short
speeches. Tbere will be bonflrlng,
bandmuslo ana uurrauiug preoeuing
the speaking; and every one will te
full of Republican enthusiasm.
The Cbomswa Indian school Is to re
ceive new mtterlal from Idaho, Mr.
Baker and his wife havlug been trans
ferred from FL H to Chemawa,
when the farmer will net as prlucipal
teacher and the Utter as matron, taking
the pUe respectively of Mr. Walker
and Mrs. Wasson. Then new acquL
altlons are expected to arrive and
assume their dutlei in a raw uy.
A fresh line of crackers arrived today
at Clark's Court street grocery.
Tot Horse Stealing
The case of I he state versus Bartlett
for horse stealing was continued from
Btnnivin Monday at 2 o. m , before
Bartlett took a horse last January,
belonging to a Mrs. Johnson. His
friends plead lnsanltyv and he will be
tried for that as soon as his bearing Is
They Soothe. Xever Irritate.
In the. Early Days
oil its vise
advanced in consumption.
Science soon discovered in
it the prevention and cure of
of cod-liver oil with Hypo
phosphites of lime and soda
has rendered the oil more
effective, easy of digestion
and pleasant to the taste.
TntnibTSo'Bcm.y Y Ail drairi'U.
-All at Bargains-
Men's Working Shoes for $1.00. The best value ever known.
OSBURN'S RACKET STORE
Ladles will consider It a kindness to
know where to look for something
elegant and fashionable in milluery
that will not DanErupi wem. ueauii
ful braids, new styles and colors, moire
ribbons, buckles, fllowers, (an entire
new stock of sailors to follow in a few
days,) ut Mrs. Flester's Court street
Our Grandmother's Way.
Was to steep root and herbs and use
it every nis;bt We can do the same
by Using rarR" lea uoiuing scm ae
..nmnllr and trlthnut riismmfiirt.
Not a mil nor a cathartic but moves
the bowels every diy.
Sold by Capital urujpiore.
Notice ia hereby given that I will
hold the regular Marion county teach
or'a pram! nation for the second Quarter
at the court house, Salem, commencing (
at 1 o'ciock weanesaay, jiajr v, idim
A n,.lirnf fur BtHtp naners will be ex
amined at the ame time and plane.
Datea mis :in aav oi Apni, loa.
J. S. Graham,
26 d3t w2 Supt Couimou ocboois.
Dealer in Groceries, Paints,
Oils. Window Glass, Tarnishes
I and the most complete stock of
1 n TT 9 Al.
urusnes oi an juuus in uiu
State. Artists' Mater iaIs,Linie,
Ilair, Cement and Shingles and
finest quality of GRASS SGEDS
1 (rC ROLLS WAtL PAPER at
l.UUU S ho'esale cost, OT 81 Id street.
TbU paper most be all closed out in
etu-lY and eet the finest and best
paper cheaper thau ever will be sold again.
Some people have a prejqdlce aaalnst
plasters, becauw, as they thtnfe, they
burn ana blister. That Is true of many,
u..t --. . a nvst'a Pnnn Planters.
UUI Uk ut .nwn. . .
They never Irritate the sfcin Dut al
ways have a Booming euecu
nM.n .. ...r.ii in ma of snv local
pain and as a rule will bring Immediate
relief. If they do not, It Is because the
trouble has been allowed to beoomo so
serious that no external remedy will
reach It, and the chances are tbat any
treatment w ill fall.
For slltcbes In the side, weakness or
lameness of the back, stlOnets of the
joints, Allcock'a Porous Plasters have
oeen proveu agaiu auu , w -
only a reuei, oui cuw.
lirandreth's rills aresaieio i&Kct
at any time.
Ml QoffliwctAl St,
tiA a wtlnif of the executlvo commit
tee of tbe W. O. T. U., at 2.30 p, m. ou
T4aj'. It to ilred that all the
Vice pial4eU of tk Unloa, will be la
tUdaMttbk weeUag. By orkr
of tUe ptkHi.
retJej fcreftkfart4 food U ft ew
jMliMaXm wicluly. W J wtreu uy
Th u wwt hi tk y " &?:
The first new crop of
found at Clark's procery.
Don't Be Humbugged.
About so often Salem is visited by
some sort of a wild cat accident or life
insurance company, that lasts about as
lone as an Oregon mushroom, and the
"special solicitors" (?) always manage
to catch some suckers. As It is
just about time that a visit be paid
to this citv by some oi tnese iei
lows, it would be well to remember
past experience in this line and if
wanting gooa, souna insurance piace
It with home agents. Among the home
agents none are better known tban the
firm of J. L. Mitchell & Co., in the
Holman block. They represent re
liable companies and pay taxes here.
SCHREUEfl. Saturday, April 8,
1S5M, at Turner, Charles Frances
Schreger, aged 22 yeaia, of consumption.
Low Steamer. Sates.
Parties Intending vlaltiug the Mid
winter Fair should patrouite the Union
Pacific Steamers, as this Company has
placed In eflect from Portland the low
rate of $ii00 to San Francisco and re
turn, which Includes meals aud berth.
Full particulars can be obtained by ad
dressing W. H. Hurlburt, A. U. P. A..
Union Pacific System, Portland. 1-26-tf
Or Hood's 8rsarrilla l due to the
tremendous amount of brain work and
constant care used tn its preparation.
Tryo bottle and you wlllbeoon
vlncedof ita superiority. It purlflw
the bleed which, the eoarce of health,
cure dywepsla, overoom sick head.
m4hm and blllousara. It U Juttbe
Riedtelue for you.
Hood's Vlti are purely vegetable,
earvfully preyrwa from the best lugre-
Awantod Highest Honors World's Fair.
fcsi Jr Lf I M Vaw sH Mm hH LaV H m
Ta wUy fare Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia, No Alaas.
KbU ia UDlloas of Hoaaw 40 Ytrs the StAsduai
STAPLE and FANCY.
Woodenware, Willow ware, and
A choice new line of Syrups
Osborn & Harritt's
116 Court street.
WANTED A girl or woman competent to
do general housework. Apply at once.
jitt.- tt. o. flbA.UJiin ana iiu ou. t-
TAKEN UP AdarK brown or black Mir,
white star on forehead and white on lips,
with white off fore and hind foot, 2 or 3 year
old, not large, tree action, carries head hlcn.
Owner call on H. A.klnner, West Salem, and
AT LAKQE-BUnr Wright's boya (and Billy
doesn't know now many) are at large
in iwlng lawns, dcinec&rden wort, and otbei
wise mindine other people's business, as well
as their own. Give them a trial and oe
happy. 4 16 im
fJOUaE TO RENT Corner Church and Fer-
U. rv ou
Inquire at 95 Btato street, A. B.
mHK most Dertect ttttlne truss made. Will
For sate by J.
J, hold a rupture where all others nv
railed. For sate by J. 1 Parrtsh, W.Cap tal
Q LT AR ANTEED
To cure Burns, Chapped Hands, etc
No cure, Money Refunded.
PAPERS. Portland, Sacramento, wattle,
Taooma and San Francisco papers on sale
... AJnMW. W, . VOWMVO M.VW.
NITDlkYfl . XT DPlVMnn' r.lt.MtnrA
VJ kinds on sale at 336 Uberty street.
EOIS PAPER U kept on Ole at E. C. Da"";
AdvertUlne Agency, (Hand 65 Merchants
change. Ban iTanclaco, Calilbmla, where
contract tor advertUlnz can be made for n.
E. X. WATTE PBLNTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blank Publishers.
Bush'a New Brldcover ths bank, Com'l strea
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Priose.
N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Sts. SALEM, 0REC0N.
I make a Specialty of fitting the Eye with Okf?
I have had thirty-five years' experience, wblcfli
with my French Trial Case, enables me to cor
rectly nt me .Eye. Tbere ia bo c&arge ior uj -
vices. I carry a large line of Optical Goods and can fit your Eyea at one sitting.
VV. W. MAK1 IN, UptlCiaiJ
Completed and ready to wait on customers. We kee a fall Ha of Truck'i
Drays and Exnrees to meet all dpmsnrU
Raru and resfdence 2 block south of po
; south of postofilce.
PERRY & G0..SE5SJ
T ' t ...... -- . . .. 1 !
engines repaired. All kinds of Job Work neatly ootg
rearuepot, faalem, Uregon. Correspondesce solicited.
far - "" Witgnr m anWNme