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I'UBLIflUEU DAILY, EXCKIT BUNDAY,
Capital Journal Publishing Company
PtotoRlee Klock. Commercial Street.
HOfER BROTHERS, - - - Editor.
bully, by carrier, per immtD,
Dally, by mall, per year, , , ,
Weekly, S poxoi, per yr,
FRIDAY, MAY 2-5, Ml.
PER80NAL AND SOCIAL.
Local Correspondenco from Towns
in the Valley.
Hoot er was on the sick Hot last
T.J. Clark in away
looking for a
Wm. Jones was
the guest of Geo.
Itav. Myers, of Jefferson,
through here Friday.
The lumber for H. O. Perkins
house, arrived last week.
Mrs. M. L. Jonvs' mother Is visiting
her at present.
Misa Ottle McCIard wax down from
Quite a number of the lirookltes at
tended the Republican rally Saturday
Frank Harris and wife drove up I
Salem to see Mr. ll'a brother, who li
very low with couiiuuiptluu.
E. 1L Bhaw and wlfo and M. L.
Jones and wife attended the publli
speaking at rialem Thursday night.
Preparations are developing for
grand time Decoration duy. The exi r
clses will be held In the grove, near ll e
Mrs. E. K. Bhaw, Mrs. M. L. Junta
and children attended the cloning exer
cises of the Oregon Inatltutw for th
Blind, Tuesday evening.
On last Monday evening a large
number of Mm. J. W. Bhuller's frlendx,
both young and old, met to do honoi
to her twenty-fourth birthday. Tin
occasion waa a pleasant surprise, The
crowd withdrew at u lato hour, after
having an evening of enjoyment.
Muslo was rundured by Mr, Bhailer
with the violin and Mrs. F. Fruit and
Mnt. J. V. Bhailer on the organ.
Everybody la working the roads.
Col. Baker will speak at Fern Ridge
A Democratic candidate spoke- here
Tho commltto I getting up a line
program for the -Uh,
U, P. Terrell mado a business trip to
Marion Taylor and wlfo are visiting
at Bilvcrton with TImberlakes.
Who docs not como to Mehuma to
colebrate tho 4th of July will always re
Mr. Cashatt and son, who have been
very low with pneumonia, are Improv
uno constable has two Hue hogt
takon up and they will be bold ma I
Saturday, May ittth.
The'baud boys practice Sunday after
noons, but two of the members think H
is very degrading to their charaoler t
go out with u baud on Biinriay. Tim l
in right boys.but I think thatatteudlni
political meetings on Sunday would be
wuoh worse, PerhapB If thu old maid
said so you could see It.
SILVKIt C1U.K1C K.U.I.H.
A discussion, at tho school house
tiear Silver Crook Falls, was hold at 8
o'clook Friday May 18th, between D
N. Fish, Populist candidate for repre
sentative; ami F. A. Myers, Populist
candidate for county school superin
tendent, aud Cap!. Ormsby Ropulli
cm. Mr. Myers opened (ho debate In a
speech of forty minutes, dwelling prin
cipally on thu money question. He
waa followed by captain Ormsby In a
masterly argument, of one Lour, also
prluolpally on tho money tjiiratlon,
Tho debate was olosod by Mr. FUli In
speech of twenty minutes.
Tlicaotwo Populists are no doubt
sincere aud hoiirat lu their advocacy
of Popullstlo principles, but their argu
ments 111 favor of Hut nioiioy ncemed
thin uud weak.
Tho t aptaln lu his splendid sinwcIi,
jdiowed up, completely, thu fallacy aud
absurdity, a well as tho utter failure,
of all attempts In the past, to make
money by government Hat alone clt-
iMgwany Instances of such attempts,
Wkmed lu variably, by failure and re
IMktlatlou. Ho argued that the govern
MMit could only keen its inouev mi
(partly by lta method, and not by It
lit w decree: aud that paixr money, to
twjfood, inuat bo redeemable.
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Ttwcaplaln at tho closo of hi re
Mrkf, took occaolon to refer to the
AaMrtaau jwlloy of protcotlou to our
bOMM liRutrleM. JIo trave tho WIUo..
Mil MtM hard III In, ami showed that
amh of the hard tlinea U attribute! to
gj . j
- Ow OrB4M)otlir' Way.
Wi lo Ktwp root aud herba and ue
1 II vwy alght W can do thu name
far uaiHtt I'ark'n Tea. Nothing hc(h an
mnptiy huu witiiout tiinoouifort.
Jm4iill nor u cathartic but move
jam bnwpiii every day.
MoM lY Capital Droiptoif,
A MODEST PARSON.
B Conld Xot n Indnctl to Lire In Fln
and Itoomy Home.
A recent item In reference to tho Rev.
John Brown, who has boon pastor of a
Prwbytrrlan chnrch in Fall River,
Mans., for 25 years, and who will re-
lign Jtme 1, rell his library, buy a tent
and preach the gospel when and how
ho pleasas, renders timoly a statement
of tho reasons leading to this resigna
tion. Tho congregation of tho Rov. John
Brawn aro deeply grieved at his depar
ture. Tho trouble arono through their
devotion to him and their dwiro to pro
mote his comfort,
Tho parsonage had long betn an eye
fioro to the stylish and well to do people
of tho chnrch. It was a tiny house, and
the pastor's possessions had so far out
grown it that his bookshelves lined even
tho halls and stairways. Still tho pastor
would not movo nor permit his people
to enlarge his hotu-. Finally a wealthy
member of tho chnrch, who had built a
largo and beautiful home and then
wearied of it, presented his homo to tho
parish, and now tho parishioners insist
ed that their loved jsistor should livo
there. Tho result was that ho resigned.
He gavo his explanation on tho day ho
presented his resignation.
"From my youth up I have had an
aversion to largo houses. I liko to bo
within touching distance of my family.
liko a cense of fullness, of satiety, in
i house Nothing gives mo such pleas
ure as that my lxv)ks must wander for
i resting place through all tho rooms,
mil that tho plants must crowd each
jther from tho coiiMjrvatory and bloom
in every window."
Then ho related a part of his Hfo be
While he was still in his teens his
father died. Reverses overtook tho fam
ily, and finally thu children decided to
li viilo tho family property and restwusl
bilitios. Two tilings cumu to him, his
mother and his mother's bedstead. Tho
are of his mother, even though showas
old and feeble, Ht-mcd no tax on his
youthful strength, but the ledfetcud had
bet.'ii tho trial of his early years. It
hnd been purchased In tho days of great
est prosperity. It was extra width and
length, and tho hcadtionrtl txracsscd an
adjustable ornamental extension which
demanded a very high ceiling. Often in
his early struggles, when his income
was very limited, ho had longed to livo
In j-onto small, comfortable cottage But
his mother refused. Shu had only ono
"Think of tho !odstcari, my son. You
know I could never put tho top pieco on
tho lieadlwanl in that tiny house."
Tho mother's whims must bo humor
ed. So all thought of comfort wn.4 aban
doned and homo rambling, spacious house
wns chosen, suited to tho bedstead, of
course, but tho family must shiver in
its cold halls mid hulf furiiitdied rooms.
One time tho family Directs wero de
stroyed by Are, with them tho licdstoad.
Since then ho had always lived in a cot
tage "So," ho concluded, "slncoit Is your
wish that ouco more I must yield to
your preferences and livo in that largo
house which in your inibtiikun kindness
you have provided, I must cheerfully
resign my parish." Chicago Record.
Tim Drnr llr!n.
"I have always had a presentiment,"
mid Miss Fahsay, "Unit I should die
"But you didn't havo to, did you,
dear?" replied Miss Aidless, stroking
lior palo brown hair tondorly. Chicago
Lamp chimneys aro Initit cluiuiod by
holding thorn uvur Ktoaiu, then wiping
with a dry cloth and polishing with
I'ouSa i.e. Onu twenty acre tract
with nix at'rM Into hoiw, four acren Into
young orohurd, and balance to pant
urn, one houne, aud all well under culti
vation. Will Ml ucri-8, Inoludlng the
above tract, with all the Implement
leslrable to make a good farm. Call
on oraii(irtH, u. H. Allller, Halem Or.
I) lulled cant of town on the JWaoleay
road. All garden land. Will nell or
Mrs. if, Jf. stawr
Like Morning Dew
Hood's Sarsaparilln Froahons,
Hoart Pnlpltrttlon Distress -
That Tlrod Fooling.
"I am glad to tat that IIihxI'j tUrupa-
rllln I.JM dOIIO Hie lut Of gvHKt. I WM Ulv-
JMtto cratui In tho touaoli, liver cvw
pUlut, UwtljtKui. pjljlUUon of the heart,
aiut that tired ttUig. llotHl's Saruparlltt
tvllexed mo wonderfully, and now when 1
JihiI ll. ltuuiiupi i retort to HckhI'i
KuMpartlUMihl II !) i:lr me Itunxv
lUti rWljf. 1 oould not do v niKiut It. and
wteral ot lay nlthbor Imto uV It uinxt
u' rvcouunmJatlou aud f ouitd it
An Excollont Modlclno,
tltlne thm 500J after all other iuedlhM
lllt I m alto huhljr lMid mUi tho
eu OJ llwxl'a niJi. M momlue lw
rWuihe wiUitr4 mu, o llood'a 8ar
aaiwrtlla aud J1U trtrrih the huntan body
ifih. . H un tit HOQifg.
Hood's Pills aro loud waJe, aadir
fctt la propoi Uwu aU f jurwa; , JD, w
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il " r ki
mw vjwti i
Kor OoTcrnor W.P.lxjrd, of itxrUia county.
KorHcretry of 8Ut II. K. Klneaid, of
Kor Htate Treunrer- Mill. MeUoban, -t
ror fcupreme Judge-C. K. Wolyerton, oi
Kor Attorney-General C, jc Idleraan, ol
For Superintendent of labile Inttractlon
O. it. Irwin, or Union.
F orHUte Prlntr-W. H. lytedi, of Jackson.
FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DIST.
For HppreienUUlve In Congress.
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
For Circuit Judge,
It. II. HEWITT, of Linn County.
For District Attorney,
JAB. McCAlJf, of Yamblll County.
Member Board of Equalization,
H. . OIliSON, of Folk County.
FOR hTATK HKAroH-I. L I atterton ol
8a I em, and W ll Uobton f fllayton.
JjINTSliJ.'ATOIl For Marion and Clock.
mm, Alonzo Uesner, Halem.
FOlt KKFKEHK.VTATIVKR-0. H. Moorei
and K. Hoferof rialem, David CialgolMa
cley, II. O. Ilarkley of Wojdburn. and J. L.
Calvert of Hubbard.
(X)MMI.S4IUNEH-J.M. Waton of Turner.
HHKKIFF-John Knight of Hnlcm.
I'l.KHK-L. V. Khlen of Iluttevllle-
TKKAHUHEit-K. O. Hrown of Turner.
KfX'OKOKl-F. W. Wateisoffialern.
ArtKViOU-U 1). Colley of Mill City.
HOHOOI.. HUI'EKUNTE.VUE.ST-J. H. Ore
aim of Woodoorn.
SUUVKYOIl-H. II. Herrlck of Halem.
I.X)IU)NUK-A. M. dough of Sal-m.
JUHT1CE OF I'KACE-For halem dUtrlct
II. A. Jolimioii, Jr.
CJONSTAULK-For Halem dUtrl ct-A. T
Hair Death, j
BlnMantly remove and forever dentroy nob-"
ii-:tiuiiMwiv uuir, wueiuer uon me nunilH. 1
niuct-, nriim or uecK, wiuioui QlKoloruliou
Injury to tile most delicate xkln HI
1wi''r flny yearn the necret formula oil
rtt.ir.1ll H-'ltA.. nnhnn..! . I... ..I.. - jl
.ILH f the llllfhint uuthnntv nnri ilin
no a eminent deniiutolOKiiit anu balmpe .
i.illii' .(ml over lived, ljurlng hit jirlvute
I rtu lice ol a lllotlmo among the nobility'
md arlUcracy of Europe he ptexcrllied
UIh recipe. V' re, 1 by mull, reourclyl
Mickcd. Uo'iexpoudeuceconlldeutUI Solel
gcnlior imerlca. AddretM
TH SKOOKUM ROOT HAIR GROWER TO.
lOept. lL67Houth Fifth Avenue.New VorhQ
And It will Vflon Win rvini
Drink It wlirn tnu rlhlri. n,hn .,.. c
larnlln,! ulicii vcmmnvi-rhmui w ;.. n
iMryouh-t-liimii. lnlUilvtag trupenura I
Urluk will du you good, drink r" g
a AJV l'kg.mk5BAlloi.!i.HoMverywhera.
- .--, .- ..r ,vi muui iNii r 4A4 twufc, S
g Tho rim. 1 Illrr Co., rhllndrlphln. 1
Tha IledUroTcry of I'urreluln.
Although i-orcelain wna known to
both tho Chinese and Jnpancfic for
agoa it wna not introduced into Eu
roo until tho beginningof thooight
eentlt couturj. when John Bottchor,
a nntivo of Schlniz, in Voightland,
wna tho ftnt to muko it. This man
wna npiironticwl lo u Berlin npotho
enry untnetl Zorn, in w1ioh bhop ho
conferred somo favor main n pro-
letiaeti nicncmiht, wjio In return
promised to teneli him tho art of
transmuting tho barer metals into
gold. Bottehor, nftor studying un
der tho now mnhtor for it time, im
ftRiiusl that his fortuuo wns nmdo
and iu 1700 ran away.
Ho wns pm-Mied, but found protec
tion among friends, who domnuded
u wiwuttH an o.viiiuiuoii ot nu jire
tonded skill, and tho poor follow wns
eventually comiwllod toucki.owklga
that ho had loon imjiotioil hhu.
But ho rsovenxl in his laliors, and
on ono iHvt.iMou, liaung mado a mix
tuiv of finely organised earths for
tho nuriHitoO of makinu stnunr onici-
hlos, ho dwoovoivd aftor ho htm tnk ,i
on tlUH'oinp.mndmabSfrom thoovuu
that lu had guiiuil a kind of jiottury
moio lanuuful than ho had ovor
boon. Tho transmutation it may
thorofon 1h wnd tiok placo not in
tho metals imltvd, but iu his own
nou, for Bottehor was Middenly
ihaugiHl from an nUht'inist ton ma
Ut. lu 1700 tho lht porcelain wns
thtM manufactuml in f)iwhn. Bo
mg made of ix.lonsl rny it pntntvM
n HKht bruwniihh ml hue, Imt tus
oarly aa 1700 u lieauttful vhtto iwn'o
lain -- uhtaiiuKl, ami its tmiuufno
tuix vaa fully ostuUludiod during
tho fulloiug ytai-K.-Sau lVaneisco
Hlolnway, Kuabe, Webber, Kmer
eon nun oilier plauoa.
titoroy A Clark and liarhell organs.
All llrt Wiuo makt-s of rawing nu-
1 ryrK&ii4 rfa a
ae jt g
Bmallur maktM of mtuktvl lntru-
I monta anil stipplltf,
I (lenulne uerllM, oil aud new ivuta
iui nil iiiaKra ui uinvciiura.
rioulac maohluM and organs io-
(tairtxi anu ouainsj.
Two doom north of jxutoillce, Sa'em, J
o(LonaLwK(jCvr:.L2jK u i"i t" 'LxxarrW
X X '
Ila? come not a little
knowledge as to cook
ery what to do, as well
as what not to do. Thus
we Jiavc learned to use
the most pure and per
fect and popular cook-
higmaterial for all frying' 5 2
ana snortening purposes.
Ct is the natural outcome
yJl.of the age, and it teaches
s- jus not to use lard, but rath
er the new shortening,
iiii u u ViiliatiaUUlhsn
o Iwliich is far cleaner, and!
IT5 1 more digestible than any) z
lard can be.
The success of Cotto
lene has called out worth
less imitations under
similar names. Lookout 2
for these! Ask your
jvjGrocer for Cottolexe,:
ana be sure that you get it.
M tt I
Made only by
CCl"' " "... ..
nn!U U CAIDn&NK ju net.
T. LOUIS end
CoTTOLBNi; Q COTTOLEJIB Q COTTTILIIE Q1
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
ana -ortland Quotations.
Hai.km, May ij, 4 p. m. Oftlce
Daily Cafital. Jooknai. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
presw wero as follews:
HALKM FKOUUCE MARKET.
Apples U to Jl.li1 n buchel.
HUTCH KK STOCK.
Veals dresei o cu.
Hogs dressed h.
Live cuttle to 2.
Sheep alive t.l.502.
Halem Milling Co. emetes: Flour
ill wholesale lots $2.60. Retail $3.00.
Bimii J10 bulk, US sacked. Shorts $16
(2I8 Chop feed $10 and $17.
39 cents per bunhel.
HAV AM) flliAIN.
Oats new 2527c.
Hay Balnl, new $8 to $10; old $10 to
12. Wild In bulk, $0 to $3.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 14 to 10c.
Kegs Cash, 10c.
Butter Bent dairy, lfie; fancj
Chceou -Kl to IS cts.
Farm BinoKml meuta Bacon 9;
haniM, 10; BhnulderH.6.
Onions 3 cents.
Beeswax 34c. Caraway seed, 18c.
MiiMibecd, 20c. Oiuseug, $1.40.
I'oiiitrv Ileus. 7e: roosters. &GCf!
duckc, 8; turkeys, alow sale, choice,
drain, Feed, etc,
Flour-Standard, $2.55; Walla Walla,
$2 00; graham, $2.40; superilue, $2.25
Oats White. 40,?: crev. 38n?
rolled, In bags, $5.750.00; barrel,
$0.000.; casts, $3.75.
Hay Best, $1012 per ton.
WtKil valley, 10013c.
Mlllstuils Brau. 10fSll8: shorta. JIG
f-,18; ground barley,$2022; chop feed,
$15 per ton; whole feed, barley, $18 per
ion; mlddllug, $232S per ton;
chicken wheat. 65l.oo, per cental.
Hotw-lXow 12J to 13.
Hltlea green, salted, 00 lbs.S3Jc, un
der 60 lbs., 2(.i3o; sheep pelts, 10G0c
Butter Orenon fanevcreamarv.17iia
20e; fancy dairy, 15(3ltio; fair to good,
1012 c; common, lo. per It.
California, 3')f,i) too er roll.
CtitHMo Young American, 1215c
Ier iKuud: California lir.al2: SwIhm
imp., 30(3Kl2c; Bom., 1018o.
1'KP Oregon, llo per dozen.
Poultry-chlekeus.old, $.1.00 Hr doz
en; broilers, email, $2$3; broilers.
large, $3.60(..,$4 50; ducks, $3 51)$l;
gx, $0; ttuKeys, live, 10, dn-ssett 12o.
Iktif Top9teers,2J3cH-r xuud; fair
ogouu huere, -to-toj M l wwii, i'c; fair
tows, ljcjdresseil beef, $4 005 00 per
Mutton Best sheep, $2.25; choice
Hogs- Choice, heavy, $4 254 75;
meihum, $1 0O4 60; light uud feeders,
$3 7-i drenMtl, $0 00(7.
SAN FIlANCISCil MAItlfUT.
oei: Oregon KaMteru ciiolcv, 7i
JOoj dolufeiior, 07o; do valley, 10i
Hops 13 to 16o.
1'otntiHM Karlv IW, 25a5c. Otv
gou, Burimuk, 0000o ier cental.
Oats -Milling. tVM&l 30.
A Practical Man.
Of all timotlctl IHHii of whom AniArtn
is Justly proud no ono holds a higher
Place than the lato Cyrcus V. Kleld.
His win bIionvs that he has luherlled
the shrewd common muo of the man
who laid the Atlantic cable. He wiitee:
5 i-.A8T OOril 8TKECT.
New Yokk, May 8, 18S3.
iOVeral tlllUM tbU ulntr I hv unf.
fereil from K)f ro colds ou my lungs.
KaeU time I have applied Allcook'
1 orous Plasters, and iu every luotauco
I have been (jufokly rvllevml by apply
Ing one acm my client aud one ou my
back. My friend, through my advice.
found ll inoBl btnxvsfUI. I feel that I It.
ran recommend them most hlchlv in
any who may mw fit to try them.
vj.ua ii. firm, g,
Hraudreth. Pills aro the beat uiedl
Iv..r.t V 1.-41.1 T.
Btalasr' market has Juit rwelved
nearly two cariu&da of olinMi fmii.
which w Hi be sold on their merlta, at
For Governor James Kennedy, of
For Secretary of Stale F. McKer
cber, of Multnomah county.
For Treasurer Iaac 2s. Richardson,
of Umatilla county.
For Supt. of Public Instruction
Helen I. Harford, Yamhill county.
For State Printer James H. AIcKib
ben, Multnomah county.
For Supreme Judge T. T. Hackle
man, of Linn county.
For Attorney-General C. J. Bright,
of Sherman county.
For Congress. 1st Dist,
John D. Hurst, of Marion county.
For Senators, 1st Dist.
Enos Presnall, Marion county; John
Boork, Marion county.
For Representatives, 1st Dist.
F. T. Hurst, of Marion county; N,
N. Matthews, Marion couuty; G. H.
Whiteman, Marion county.
For County Commissioner J. C.
Robertson, Marlon county.
For Sherifl E Snell.Marion county.
For Clerk John W. Davies, Marion
For Recorder Gibson T. White Ma
For Treasurer -F. M. Relnhart, Ma
For School Superintendent Mrs. E.
E. Pentland, Marion county.
For State Treasurer,
TIIOS. L, DAVIDSOX,
Regular Democratic Nominee.
For State Senator,
E 11 FLAGG,
Regular Democratic Nominee.
For County Clerk,
W. II. EGA2f,
Regular Democratic Nominee.
A. U. HUDDLESOX,
Regular Democratic .Nominee.
For Justice ot Tence,
Ten Salem Precincts.
A, A. POLLER,
Regular Democratic Nominee.
For County Recorder,
It. H. KYAX,
ltegular Nominee of Populist Conv'n.
The Caudldate oa tlie
Marion County Republican Ticket
Will addre! the public on the
Political Issues of the Dav
At tlie following time ana placwj; J
Sublimity, Wwluesday MayUS.lOa m
Detroit, Wednesday, May 13, S p.'m'
Mill City, Thursday, May 24, 10 a. m.
Mehama. Thnr.1... i ..
Macleay, Friday, May 23, 2 p. ,a.
Sllverton, Friday, May 35, s p. ni
Bcotts Mills, Saturday, May 2U, i0a.
oodburu, Saturday, May 20, S P. m,
Mt. Angel, Monday, May 2S, 2 ,,. ,,
Oervals, Monday, May 2S, S p. u,
Hubbard, Tuesday, May ffl o
Aurora Tuesday, May , (,Jp. ,.
St. Paul, Thursday, tMay31.10a.ru.
( hamjwg, Thursday, .May 3!,-,, '
Buttevllle, Thurlay, May 31 s n m
Howell Prairie, Friday, JUue .
Shwld, Saturday, June 2, S p.
K. MKREDITII, Secretary.
11 Hard Wood Finishing, '
awe oa bja MotoTiuIirv vSSi- c tu
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For a club of two yearly -subscribers, a dozen Rocer Broi lt
silver plated tea spoons, from Damon Bros., worth . 00.
teLPiPgJ" fir9t o! German Rose-
..v. . vj. , , iiBui, worm fjo.
Sewing Machine Free,
For a club of fifteen subscriber a riimnv i.ir,, . j
SES3! sewiDB ,uacb,ne- warra"Ved- q$;b?iJ
Slo Suit Free,
O.1 W.lJobo'nIlt,konUfly 3llbribe " lt of clothes from the store of
$10 Suit Free
G.' Jonsou0fSny.ear,y "" a ilQ 8Uit of clothes from the store of
Sill-c Hat Free.
MoSS, ffinT'LaWjA"8 f Ur Bi,b Hat8 from -B
SteaiTi Washer Free
StSm NVastrsf wonh & mbk onorfji.a Brown's Fountain
Welch Clock Free
fu&e.lio! f rt V year'y 5ue.one,.Eight:Day;VeIch Clock, beautl-
n0rColleli!, Sa&7fw wffleteW "'""Wp In Capital Bus,
Worth iw. v r TOmPleto business course) good for .two years.
Silver Watch Free
Manlnl Je'weVr! SlgS. woh" $23. 'hi8" class silver watch,:from W. W
Furniture Sot-' i '
WniSd, frlomCAlBSBaI,,,ii0Bk, c?rved d room set, bed
WorthHS.uO. ' mA' u' "feu & Son, furniture dealers, Salem.
Coolc Stove Free
For a club of seven siibrilw.r. ,... . ..
M mane on the Puciflc Coast from
balem, worth 20. l' Irora.
-baches' Gold at
L." ... ..""'- a.LLJIl
Uf i.i ..I.i.:"u
retail price j3u.00.
S5 "- ii t- n. . i
i-uiaemu ol lu vearlv diiu..i
""S .W: W, &$l rtSMWuM watch, Walth,
im. iw.i """''Wmut stock and half nuti i Iore-elja. engraved ocki
Lun fenw cLrcu,ar "anmiers. ruhbertt1 gr.ip ext8lon ribs, refund
fcun. from Brooks & Salisbury, Mwofff -Sf ' and a thoroughly goo
ilvenne Wri-, i' ,00,
, Mail at ftm. ' ' 'leuii
it Trees free
a Club of lhe sulwcritwr', . ,...
Aliv. T.r:."D H"nmfra
M tk C1I1I1 iVNi.u n.... '
nT """"'" Ol
tw same 5ou Harjy
4 52SSS1 y-
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owutbiwauior ,h,,Mtftuofflv forone vetr A, 8 among M maDyaa
wlptirf thennnL . Wou"is. The premlurn, IL11?0 Bend 10 'or el
11m !..,. Itorrice order or bank draft, '
bt biwinaM mQ) are vL that
HOFER BROS,, Publish
Ik Peonies'' f aoer of Owi.
Damon Bros,, Salem
a steel beam, steel !. vti
uray Jiros.. Ha em. wnrth on
fw?fc . '. iXo- S cooking stove,
Perry & Co.'s stove and plow works
uur - inim tu' rAi 1 . . . .
h7 ",su,u waicn.waituam iiosa
best mado stem winder and setter;
ViVT . "B"8" aouuie barrel l'
,& Sl totf' engraved locks
filvi-a as coed mervw .. n, i,,
'S! wor'fe118 tree9 ,from tbe
1 ?h aru amon our
agents may satisfy them-