wp a iM&W - Ff Is- fc gf IS e tf g ! IfS WWfd. 1HE CAPITAL JODBML I'OBLISIIKD DAILY, KXCEIT MONDAY BT THX Capital Journal Publishing Company I'ontotHoe Hlock. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. lnlly, by carrier, per mouth,-. Dillr. by mall, per yer,. JIOU -310 - MO Wee 8 pae, per year, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1891. J. L. MITCHELL & CO., nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM. Or. dv Strong's! BREAJ) ! J3JIEAJ) BEdT BREAD INTHECITY S1.0C 50c 25c 10c Westacott & Irwin 271 Commercial Street. LITTLE LOCALS. Fino shower last night. Go to tin band concert at Mornlngslde Hunda. aftornoou Geo. V. Weeks, the I'oh ullst caudldate for senator, was In tl.t city toduy. A Kd nioiiy Halciiille took lu tho Republican rally ut Ma oleuy yesterday. Quito u number m the United Presbyterlun delegates ut Albany will bain ttioclty tomorrow. Jan. Vun Osdal, of WeHt Cliehalem wuh In the city today Reeves Bros lost u valuable liorno the other daj from lock-Jaw, un unuaual lliiiig here a bouts. Sl'ATi: QitANdK. Severul of the del egates returned to Salem yesterday Tho following are the new oMcerH oi the Oregon stato gruuge elected at t!i( meeting ut Eugene on Ftlday: MtiHtei J. Voorhees, of Marlon; overseer A. B. Roberts, of Wuseo; ohaplitln J C. V hi to, of Folk; treasurer--J. B. Stump of Marlon; lecturer A. F. Miller, ol Multnomah; ntuwurd J. II. Scott, ol Llnu; assistant steward a. II. Steph enson, of Clackamas. The grangrn adopted a resolution lliut the county treasurers should bv thu collectorH ol tuxeH I nut etui ofshorlfluund also adopt ed tho following; Whereas, Better roatlH are desirable and u necessity li many placet), and whereaH It Is ncces nary to tho itermuuent Improvement o our roads, thut the causes of thnir mis eruble ooudltlou for a greater portion oi the year bo removed an fur ub possible, therefore wo favor the taxing of id1 Harrow-tired lumber or freight wagons or giving u premium for tho use of ull wagons having tires three or nion luchoH wide. CONTrar. There will lie a Demon silver medal contest at the South Saleti M. K. church Tuesduy, May With, ut h o'clock. Prof, Hall, of the Llncoh HOhool, will huvo churgu of thu oxoi cUes. Tho contestants are; Mudgt O'l'Tyng, Frunklo Godfrey, Athitlja Hhulse, Kttlo Judion, Walter Lenuou, Charles Brown and D. M, Jones. Bkvkkk Accidknt. LiiHt evening a little daughter of Bllas A. Foster had tho misfortune to full from thu Rush brldgo over thu railing to thu gravel ueu iinoon iei noiow, Mlio wuh somo whut brulbod but not borlously Injured. I,08Ti'0Ni:n.-The Doniorest medal coiitest to have been held lu South Salem tonight has been Kt poned to next Tuesday on ueoount of (ho death of Mr. Frauds, mother of one of the contestants. FlttKANt) Watkk Did not damage my Jdook of choice ineata, and I am doing busmen at my old stand, belling ttn choicest of meiU at lowest cosh ftUm, Frank F. Toeyn, Cottlo-Ctudi itoof. TiMK CllANOW) It had been decld. d to coinuionco the union Memorial Hrvlcw a half hour later than haa 33 Loaves 16 " 8 " 3 " bu published ami tho hour will be :Iitedof2. Lansdownk. Thut sllklly, soft, daintily dyed fabric, uuequaled for VMing and summer wear, nude front Mir HUtl wool, (ho product of American ifMMtM. Ask to eeo It. Holverooti A ijOOT', On My 13th, n gentleman's at AMMt pin, The Under will nleosel l.. . ,., A1 W-.T . luia umw IUU mX'IVU H rv ,n,iMliilM M ,wi .u.l.,.. I.I... 6-2151 jmivii,-iou can urvss iibe u 1 Bi,.. . . 9U, by haviujf your Uundry work mm mi theBalem ntcun laundry. n XMNoowNK-At Jfolvorson Jc CV. I SWINGING AROUND THE OIB0LE The Journal Republican Man and Candidates the Other on Their Travels. Mill City, May 24, 1801. The Democrats were here the day before us. Editor Flagg endorsed Fen noyer, embraced Populism, flattered the People's party and kissed a Popu list out In the mill yard. They were all one set of brothers on the Astoria platform, with a common destiny, etc., etc. The Republican meeting was a regular love-feast of enthusiasm for protection, sound money, a prosperous untry and development of grand old Marlon county. All the candidates were Introduced and spoke their piece. The editor of Tiik Jouknal, put him self on record In favor of the Iaboren mil material men, in their struggle with the Oregon Pacific. A hack look us to Mehama when the band played and an Immense cowd turned out. A Populist wah o tteti alive, hair, hide, feathers and al. by Burkloy, about the seventh oi eighth thut has met that fute. TIIKTAHIFF AND CAIiOlt. At Mehama the night before c vera there Mr. Flagg, Democratic cui I date for senator, declared thut mam: f ictured goods should be brought from K iglaud and exchange for the funnels pr.xlucts. In my reply I showed thu his tMllcy would not leave any roon 'or u laboring man to live in the oouu ry. Thut sort of Democratic Klugi lll never float over our state house . ( ppluuse.) The saw mills at Mill City and Mint ire both running and illustrate In -4 null wuy tho benefit of a protectloi Urlfl'to the lalxjrlng man. Al Mlntr iwiug to material udvautuges logs cun ou got Into the mill some cheaper thu tt Mill City uud IuidImt cm lx g( out correspondingly cheaper, But that I i no reason why tho mills at Mill Cli. should shut dowu or why u muu living there who wants to build u honte nhould go to Mlnto for hli lumber. I he can't get employment ut Mill City how cau he buy lumber ut any prlctV If he has work h can better uflord to myu little more at home uud liav tome money to buy other things with. 1'heru Is not an article mauufuctureo lu our own country thut could not under frco trude before we began to iiuuufuoturo it lu the United States have been Imported cheaper from some other country. But unless we hud be gun manufacturing lu our country under a protection turlll' there would never huvo been uny factories sturtid lu our country and no work for the wugo laborer. Thudlflureueo between free trade unit protection Is not 6i much a iuetloii between high wuge and low wages lu our country, us It Is of uny wages ut ull. Mr. Jory suld ut Cumer that he wus u protectionist, but resorted to the demagogery of saying that u protective turlll now did not pro tect lubor and guurunteo high wages. Any system that shuts out of our coun try anything that can be produced hero Is un ndvuutagu to thu Ainerlcun labor that must produce It. No system can fix wages between employer and employed. But a system that compels the employment of skilled or unskilled American labor, to produce that hen at homo which would otherwise be produced by foreign labor abroad and then Imported to our country free of djty, such a tarlfl system cannot Inn improve the condition of the laborers ol our country. That Is thu Idea of a pro tectlvu turlll, and Mr. Jory simply sttnds with the Populists lu congress who nru supporting thu Wilson bill Wo believe Mr. Jory Is u protectionist and wo believe he wants to bo on the right side. And so do other Populists. But their party Ignores the vital ques tlou of an American protective tarlfl and leaves the rank and tile without v guiding star, while thu managers bo llevo lu fiee trude to the detriment of free lubor. (Xlr'KKY K.)K AftUISSOIl. I no Hipiu throughout the county are Minting very little fault with 1). 1). Oolley's work as usmwor, and he will be reelected by a good vote. No one UMtlons his lutelllgetu'e or ability. lie litis been one of tho best school teachers of our county and is now In good demand, lie Is a self-nindu man, coming from a humble home us a poor farm boy without any adaittages but llioso wrought for himself by hard knocks and wirncst application. Mr. Cofley as aswhor will seek honestly to eiuorce mo law ou ull prowrty, JIAltltKl) HIH CA.NV.VS3. At Mill City a telegram miuo from Salem telling of Gilbert A Pattersou's storo burning. Mr. Patterson had gone by train to Lyons and did not learn of the llrt until Thursday afternoon when wo arrived by hack. lie had been iWh. In and enjoying hlinmdf and the news of n line butiutvui, that he had Uhm building up for sixteen yetrs. going up In smoke, was a duiiiH'r ou tho eiithus- Insin of the day which hud reached a high pitch at Mill City. Mr. Pattersou nn startetl.for homo with his horn i ..i ...i ...i . . ! viiiii,'iiuii lunu; wim wnsiua- lv. HOr'Klt. Hear Tho. 'lVnigue at Baleni riuirsday ulght. Dr. Price' Cream Baking ovder World'a FW Hfhe4t Award. ThkBhekman Hiikine. Olinger A Rlgdon had on exhibition In their undertaking parlors one of these new style caskets. It is solid black broad cloth, trimmed with rich Bilk cords and a plain silver plate only. The new features are black silk extension bar handles, running full length of the cusket, and a hinged double folding opening, which gives it the name ol the Sherman shrine. This casket will be usd in the burUl of Mrs. Francis. W. R. C. Attkntion. All memben of Sedgwick W. R. C, No. 1, will meet at their hall Sunday, May 27th, at 1:30 p. m. to accompany the G. A. R. to the M. E. church fur the purpose of attending the union Memorial ser vice. Mrs. Lou Smith, president; Lottie M. Burton, secretary. UHUROH SERVICES TOMORROW iNDfcl'KNDKNT EVANGKf.ICAL. Preaching at 10:30 and 7:30 at thu W. O. T. U. hall. Y. P. S. O. 10. at 0-30 J. Bowersox, pastor. St. Paul's Episcopal. Morning lUbJect "The World Moved by Phrase." Evening, subject "Jesui Mko the Sun." Seats free. Rev Laurence Sinclair, rector. South Salkm. Preaching mornlnc and evening by the pastor. At 2 p. m the funerul services of Mrs. Francit will take place. To these services you re Invited. J. M. Shulse, pastor. Evancjkmcal- Geiiman. Church ooruer of Center aud Liberty streets. Preaching ut 11 a. m. und 8 p. m. Sunduy school ut 10 a. in. Y. P. A. ut 7:30. All urecordlully Invited. A. A. Hhigclburt, pastor. CONOlUCUATIONAliCllUKCH. PttSto! In his place as usual tomorrow, i'ruisi ervlce in the evening ut 7:30. Evening lourtobout 8 o'clock afU;r June 1st. Junior Endeavor society holds its meet lags on Friduys, ut 4 p. m. W. C. T. U.-Prof. Mathews, of the vVlllamette university, will uddruss the people n "How to Tare Our Country From the Great Muelstrom Intemper ince," at ! p. in., at tho free reudh g room on Court street. Y. M. C. A. 12uch muu of Hulein will be provided with ugood chuir.who will come to tho Y. M. C. A. hull at I o'clock p. m. Sunday, May 27th, to listen to an Interesting talk by Dr. Jhh. D, Runklii, of Denver, Col. Chhistia.v Woukkus' Mission. Grunge hull, 12S Stute street. Sunday services as follews: Moinlng prayer meeting 7,-'0. Afternoon, jireachlng at 3 o'clock. "Our Own Work Our Indi vidual Concern." Rev. W. Kellaway, pastoi. All are invited. CU.MHKIU.AN1) PltKSIIYTKKIAN. I'reaching ut 10:30 u. in. aud 7:30 m. Thu pulpit will be tilled at each of these hours, by Rev. J. W. Laughlln, of St. Louis. Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Junior Endeavor at 3. Y. P. S. O. E. at 0:30 p. m. J. C. Templeton, pastor. PitKSiiYTKiUAN. Bervlccsut the Uni versity. In tho morning Rev. Dr. Rankin, tho most popular U. P. minis, ter of Colorado, will preach. Rev. Dr. Dull, of Chicago, will preach in thu uvuiilug. Don't full to heur these prom inent clergymen. Huuduy school at 12 -In the chapel, Y. P. S. C. E. ut 0:15. Baitiht. Rev. W. Y. Owens, of Penn., secretary of board of hoinu nils, slons for thu Presbyterians, Is expected to preach In tho morning. In tho uvetuug tho pastor will preach In the Interest of Memorial day ou "Princi ples for Which Our Nation's Herots Died." Row M. L. Rugg, pastor. Unity (hi men. Service at 10:30 a. m. uud 7:30 p, m. Sunday school ut 12. Roy. W. E. Copelund, pastor, Subject of morning sermon, "Seek ye First the Kingdom of God." Subject of Evening lecture, 'Thirty-tlvo Years Ago or tho Blue and the Gray." Old soldiers and their wives and chlldreu, are especially Invited. CiuusriAN Ciiimt'lt. Services to morrow at 10:30 a, in. uud 7:30 p. m. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. R, M. Messlok. Subject fo- the morning hour "Reptuitapce." Subject for the even lug hour "Tho Touching of thu Church In Regard to Baptism for thu Remission of Slus." S-juday school at 12 ni. Junior Kudeavorat 4 p. in. Y. P. B. C. E. will meet at 0:30 p. m. llearThos. Tongue rtiursday night. at Salem next Lamsixiw.nk At Holverson A IVs m New Parsonage. Work has been commenced on a uew cottage In the rvur of til. Joseph's Cut hollo church on t'hemeketa and Cottage streets This will lie occupied by Rev J. 8. White. Iiwllt cost about J2.&IX). I.lMaiHV.NK- M Holverson A tVs, m i Hear Thoo. IVniguo at 8leiu Thursday night. next I LANBIH)WNK-At Holverson A CVi i. You Urdiy immIIm ttinl It U mrdtclno whtu UIIuk IVncr" Ultl Utr 1111 tb, ur ry mll; no Ut! vtttvu; oil InwblM (ruiu torld llvrr rnvU by their u. IV l trt frnu lk linttUbr, btllousnMs, coullHkltou. etc. u. t,Vrtr' t.lttle Uvtr I11U. f triclly vivrUbt. Ttiy iUj slliuu- Ule tlw llr uud Im lb to4tuwh rruot bU. Not on la Ivrt nly or fit trout ! ilttt alliHsnl cwumM by iaMKuiv( lit llfr Vt) Cilr'UlU I4r ItiU. Th rwull will m plnutut urHU. Thy glw HtUiv ritf4 PERSONALS. Hon. J. B. Loouey went through the city today en route for Portland. Mrs. W. P. Lord and son went to Portland on the afternoon train. J. P. Howlett, of Portland, adjuster for the flremau's fund, is at the Will amette, and will adjust the Gilbert it Patterson loss. Air?. John Mlnto has been quite ill at Astoria but Is now reported much better. John Mlnto, her husband, and Mrs H. P. Mlnto are with her. C. H. Abernethy, of Champoeg, was in the city today closing up the busi ness of the steamer Elwood. He has tied the boat at his place, and does not expect to run again before fall. Detroit The people of this 'Burg were badly scared on the night of the 21st, wheu the train came In. There was a crowd .of men who got on" of the cars and the men run up here all run for the brush They thought It was Coxey's army; hut when they found out that It was only the Democratic candidates, they til came back to take a look at them, for It is something new to see one of that part In this town, as they have all trone up Salt river In the Populist canoe, Chu-y held a meeting at the Cascade house, with Editor "'lugg as their lead er. They wanted a Democrat as u chairman, but they cog id not get one .is there was only one lu town, and he was sick. So they had to do the next best thing they called ou JohnButterworth to take the chuir, which he did. Johu Is one-half Populist and one-fourth Pro hibition uni one-fourth Henry George (slugli-tax principle); but John filled the oflho well, for there was not much to do. The party did not come up here to m ike a Democratic 8eech or to tulk o tho Democratic principles, but they cune up here to make u bid for the Populist vote, uud they made a big bid. They were told by Editor Flagg tht the Populist did not stand any show to elect anybody ou their ticket in this county, aud the best thing thut they could do, was to vote for the Demo emtio candid tes. Will they do It ? I think not. The Pips take that as tally, and very thin tally, ut that. If they do not do any better ut other points than they did here, their lubor will be lu vain, for they made no con verts here. They handled Goy. Peo noyer very easily. They did not want to hurt the feelings of the Pops, the party were not straight old lino Demo crats; they were cone-half Populists. Eilltor Flagg ouyht to change the name of his paper and call It the Salem Pop ullst, if he runs on the same line at Salem as he did up here. On the evening of thu 23d we were !' j called on by tho Republican candluate6 and they were u wild looking crowd. Wo wore glad that Mrs. E. Hofer aud Rev. Burkloy were lu the party to keep them lu good order. Tho party all went to the Cascade House aud when Landlord V. G. Dauforth saw them all steering for him it scared him so thut he had to have a becond supper that night. After Mr. Dauforth got over his scare he piloted thu party Into the dining room where they partook of a bountiful supper which they devoured with keen relish. A goodly crowd were waiting for them outsldo and after oiipper Chalrmuu R. M. Poo of the Republican club got the crowd to take seats in tho otllce of tho Cascade IIousu und culled the meeting to order. Then 0. It. Moorts took the tloor aud delivered u wry eloquent address to thu people which called out mauy roars of applause. Then Rev. H. L. Bark ley took a hand at It uud hu pounded o it the Populhts us Hat as shingles. After he got through with them you o.iuld huvo covered any one of them with u small sUed thimble. E. Hofer was called on next; ho gave a hulf hour speech of good sound sense, uud if Mr. Hofer Is us fearless lu the statu senate u he is lu the editor's chair, he is the man that we want there, uud if all p re el nets do us well for him as we will do u i here, ho will go In with dying colors. Thu hour getting late Captain Gesuer wound up the meeting by delivering u shoit but appropriate speech. Everybody up lu this country knows Lou Gesuer. Bo he will go In with uo trouble. All th candidates made a good Impression on the peo,.'o, but Ike Pattersou tuadei I he biggest one. He left one lu Mr. D uforth's flower bed that was 13 Awarded Highest Honors World'a Fair. Mmts BAMNG P0fDfR MOST PERFECT MADE ArHMeGrjpcQMmofTjrtarPowdtr. Fre- from AmmonU. Alum or iny other diutwU I 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. I A pure Gripe Qtimof Twtar Powdtr. Inches long aud six inches wide, lie called it a foot mak, but It was a very lomr foot. 8brifl John Knight was cdled on to have the damage repaired, but he claimed to have no jurisdiction over the case. C. B. Moores and Rev. Barkley will tell you how it happened. Our townsmen Jim Stearns and Nut Bowman will take a two weeks' bear hunt as soon as Nat returns from East ern Oregon with horses. Fifteen men trom Michigan were I ere lately and stopped a few daB. They are ou their way to Eastern Ore gon to settle ou claims aud there are more coming. The new postofilce is almost com pleted. V. G. Dauforth is buildlog a 24-foot addition to his hotel, which, when completed, will give him the largest and best hotel east of Albany. The Populist candidates will be with usouthe 20th. Let them come, we cau stand them one night. G. G. Bingham, of Salem, will bold a jiint discussion with the Pops at this place on the 1st of June. Hear Thus. Tongue Thursday night. at Salem next CXJOOOOOOOO A Clock out of order shows it on the face. When the hu man machine goes wrong, the physiogno o my tells tales. It you do not look well, take o Beecham's Worth ) Pills (a Guinea MUox. (Tastciess) Gj 9; cents a bot Cj SOOOOOOOOO 7S BUG SPEAK u HON. THOS. H. TONGUE, Late Chairman of the Republican State Convention, and one of the most brilliant orators of the Stat6 of Oregon. will address the citizens of Salem and vicinity, on the political issues of the day, SALEM, AT May 31st at 8 o'clock, -AT- llU'S OPERA USE. -Till-:- mnnvii w -WILL- Furnish goo I music for the occasion. Grird street parade, and music by the Bauds. G1IAXI) X RALLY AT- SALEM ! Saturday Evening .Kiiie 2, 1S94. The Marlon County Candidates aud other pnim uent speakers will be pres ent atiif address the citizens on que, caw'wl . KBt UU(l ,lulH,rlu in thh GRAND Street Parade THE McKinley Quartette Club IMTltlOTIC SOXtS, "" Frulb wu.Io 'or the ocoislon Br. Band,! Everylodym; " -WILL- IIM1 Ei wsmra i 'll We in an what we say. if Jil J ( J m Come and see us. Investigate. This is a golden oppor tunity to buy Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Under wear, etc., at your own price. We carry full lines of kid a d fabric gloves, silk mitts, cursets, ribbons, laces, embroideries, silks, satin ', velvets, plusiVs, lac curtains, window shades, white quilts, carpets, n attings, linoleuuis and oil cloths, blan kets and quilts, trunks and valises. GOING Thanking our many friends fur their liberal patronae we solicit a continuance of the same until we wi d up the business. - Willis Bros. & Co., June Races ! breeding t PROGRAMME WEDNESDAY JUNE 20. Bicycle rae, half raet, half mile, enen: 1st prize, valup JG: second, value ' All. Running, one fourth mile dash, free-for-all; purse, J7o. Trotting, three minute class, mile heat", 21u 4; nurse $100. Running, three fourths mile dash for three-year-olds; purse $100. Trotting, 2:22 class, mile heats, 2 in 3; purse jlSO. THURSDAY, JUNE 21. Bicycle race, mile, handicap, opeo; 1st prize, value $8.50; second, value $.5. Pacing. 2:3-5 class, mile heats, 2 in 3; purse $100. Trotting, 2:25 clas, mile heats, 2 in 3: purse $150. Running, three-eights mile dash, free for-u I; purse $125. Running, seven eights mile da?h, free-for-all; purse $150. ' There Will He n Hij All entries to the trotting and pacing races clo3e on June 10th. and the en tries to the running races will close at 6 6'clock on the night preceding the race JAP. .111X10, Scc'y, Salcw, Or. on ihaMlnv111 hxdlei' tlay' !ln(1 uo wluilMlon fee will be charged the ladies Prmi)u1i,rfISMnU,,,,!.,.,fket'50 cen: ladies' ticket, 2-3 cents, except on rriuay, u lieu all ladies will be admitted free F ESfR'ices begtu every day promptly at l' o'clock. JOHN HUGHES. Brushes of all Kinds in the State. .irtisfoMlntei ials,l.iine, Hair, Cement and .Shingles mid lines! qiiMlit) of UKASSSKEDS PREPARE FOR IT. On June lt J. Clark street grocer, will beglu a' business. His popular low be continued and made where it is possible. Jos. Court stieet. the Court s-trict cash prices will still lower i-larK, UK) 5 15 'v Dealer m Uroccric.s, Pa nts. R Eckinuidgeiiook. Breach or prom- llilw Vi,l iM ..,'' r?i?- Hlstry of lltltanu. Illustrnted. M1, ' IIUIOM (ilas.S.iarilliet. ' Aeie,ntjinUHee,'s unParallelled. KO.OOOalreacy niidtIienio.sti-om,k'te.stoc u j cz-x--- EROS., Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery AND AGRICulTURAL IMPLEMENTS .a.c anu noenv sts. cai m noennu mmmm s .-U7ya,arBe,,neofC WV. MARTIN. Optician THE SEW WILLAMETTE STABLES DS'anuipSSP.'0- We keen a full line of Trucks Barn and ri Z. , ". a& "" B"utn or PERRY & CO.,1 w w ! stnw. w ruilllfl "' Engines ft paired All f l , -tf Nr Do,v,t SK n k,,ldS f Jb Work nea do pwjjepot.balom, Oregon. Ccneaaondenwi nl,v;r, OCT OF BUSINESS! We are selling our AT i JL I nn nr m YTHIIMG -: AT COST- OPERA HOUSE CORNER. FRIDAY; JUNE 22 (Ladies' Day.) Bicycle race, one mile for novice, l9t prize, value $8; second, value $2.60. Trotting, 2:35 class, mile heuts 2 in 3; purse $100. Trotting, 2:29 class, mile beats 2 In 3; purse $150. Running, one-half mile dash; purse $100. Running, one mile dash; purse $150. SATURDAY', JUNE 23. Bicycle race, one mile, open; first prize, value, $100; second, value $10. Running, flve-eighta mile dash; puree $100. Running, one and one-eighth mile da"-h; purse $150. Pacing, 2:18 class, mile heats, 2 in 3; purse $150. Free-for-all trot; purse $200. Bicycle Knee Every Day. New Advertisements. Lo-jT Two books on mlnlne and mineral ology, Name or Amos SiroLg In one book and I., a. Disonln ha other. Kinder will p ease leturu to L. A. Davison at the Court at. Marfeet and receive reward. Hl'SB.ND WANTED A young widow de slrts a husband whose fortune Is equal to her own. I'lpco mnH ,,. t n ,n b'il, Marshalltown, Iowa. 8-7 1m lJibS. TO KENT-corner Church and Fer J,,,m7 lmmlre a' So State street, A. is. smith -ill tf TH most Perfect nttlng truss made, X hold a rupture where all othen Will all others have laucu, rorsaieDi'J. street. U Purrish, WI Capital 12-liftr PAjHUW.- 1'ortland, Sacramento, oeattlf. u, u laco.rnaand San Francisco papers on sale t Bennett's, fostofflce block. flHKISTlAN bClENCE-Llterature J kinds on sale at 33 Liberty atnt. at all l-5-lr minaiiinLini ... ... .. . i Advertising Agency. 61 and (a Merchant .,?.E';8aVrancU'0' California, whero .v-.n.r.' "7"" rraucisro, auiornia, wut eontracu for advertising can be mxde for wnuumi uni-uuii. Sp Assoc a 1 hr t bilv.c,ialty of fluliigThe Eye with CJIasse. w-lth , Rd., th,"y-flve years' experience, which, with mv Fnni.)i nvioi - ..ii.i . ' . fwetofllce. RYAN & CO. MANUFACTURERS of Hop nu uooKini; Htoves. Hollow- Ware, all sizes, uud Chilled low Points. Full Hue ol nes-xmdence solicited.