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BANK PRESIDENT BEALS,
The Great Financier Found Wealth in
Paine's Celery Compound,
Gov. and Mrs. Win. P. Lord were
passengers to Portland by the Salem
local tins morning.
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Prominent among the New England
men whose brains and energy have
helped to make the western states rich
and powerful In Genural David T.
Heals, president of the Union national
banlc of Kansas City. .Successful In
his ninny enterprises, ho lives today
Ih a lino mansion at thocorner of In
dopendenco and Wabash uvea. The
work and the responsibility Incum
bent on the president of so Important
banking Institution as the Union
national would endanger the sturdiest
health. Gen. Heals' clear-headedness
and good senso were as manifest In
the choice of n remedy as In his busi
ness enterprise, lie strengthened his
tired nervous system by the uo of
Tnlno's celery compound. Its Invig
orating, health-giving effects Justlllcd
his expectations, and showed in his
own case tlioremnrkabloof this much
discussed remedy for thoroughly
restoring and strengthening the "run
down" system. ,
"I found Value' celery compound,
an agreeable tonic and soothing to the
nerves," says General Heals.
These aro tho concise words of com
mendation characteristic of tho con
servative business man and tho In
lluontlal banker, who has learned to
weigh well Ills words.
Tho scanty sunlluht and tho stair.
naut.usedupnlr of living roomsdtirlng
mo winter reduces tho strength thd
Mrs. Geo. W. Wntfcandson returned
this week, after; an? nbsencc of sev
eral months In eastern cities.
Ml.ss Rita Hnkestraw. who Is at
tending Willamette university, will
spend Sunday with relatives nt Chcm-awa.
Mrs. Thos. Townsend nnd Miss Kit
tle H. O'Donnell left for San Fran
cisco this morning, via Steamer Ruth
M. p. Muster and family, who hnve
resided In Salem the past six months,
left this morning via Salem local for
Miss W. J. Wilds, who has been at
tending school nt Monmouth, was n
passenger on the lloscburg local this
mornlhg for hor home nt Albany.
Miss Millie Gray, who has been vis
iting the Misses Mctsehan, left this
morning via Steamer Ruth for her
ho.no at Canyon City. Miss Gray wns
accompanied to Portland by Miss
Anna Metselian, who will lcturu to
Salem Sunday evening.
Otto and Antonc Metselian, stud
ents of tho Oregon Agricultural Col
lege at Corvallls, came down on the
lluth last evening, and will spend a
few days with their relatives In this
city expecting to return Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Walte left this
morning for Newport, to spend a
month at tho seaside. Mrs. Walte
has not been enjoying the best of
health tills spring, and as she always
derives great beucllt from a short sea-
bon at Newport, hopes to return In
the best of spirits. Mr. Walte is al
ways ready to enjoy the seaside, too.
Clias. A. HcrL'strcsscr.buslncss man
ager of the Dally Leader ot Madison,
S. D., Is in the city on a visit with his
old time friend .1. A. linker, the lum
ber man. lie Is pleased with Oregon,
I llllt 1W.1 I..I..I.,.. ........ .. t. til f.. ....
uuu uuu uuiiiiK ruin a urn iui ou lining
employed constantly Indoors. The
need the absolute necessity of a
genuine luvlgorator at this spring
season has impressed itself on the
ill I null fin .if (ill flilntrliwr tuwitil..
Iiuivi.viuti f. . a biii.iniii jrvijrii.. ..u iiuu ill. illlfe C1.VII 11 lull IUI ou JllUIIJ
In tho famous laboratory of Dart-1 years, ho thinks wo ought to have this
mouth Medical School, 'Prof. Edwnrd i whole country made into a level nlnln
E. Phelps, M. I). LL. 1)., discovered like Dakota, but we nro not built that
the formula of Palno's celery com-'way.
pound, a remedy that has becomo the Capt. J. L. Rcnnett, who is known
standard nerve restorer, blood purltler, to the entire city as tho late proprie
and stronglliener from one end of the tor of tho postotllce news stand, left
country to the other, a preparation today f( r Santa Monica, Cal., where
.mil, Milium iiiiiiuiiiuuiiNMiuiiiuuicino i,0 w so Olirn nt tho. NnMnnnl Sr.i.
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turo of human Interest, and no. one
can witness it without paying it the
tribute of laughter.
A DELIGHTFUL EVENT.
The people of Salem will this oven
lnirhavc an opportunity to hear one
of America's greatest men. Robert
Burdctte will lecture at the opera
house on "The Rise and Fall of the
Moustache." This lecture is much
mnrn f linn Its nnnin. would ImnlV. Jt
covers the whole subject of human
life, lnterbiierscd with the richest and
raciest philosophic fun. The writer j
hns had the pleasure of hearing Mr. I
Hurdette lecture on this favorite sub
ject or ins, nnu must, say wiinoiiu
reserve that he has never in his life
been better cntcrtnlned, nor felt more
grateful to a public speaker for ex
pressing noble and sincere sentiments
in n form that reaches the multitude.
No one can listen to Bob Burdetto
and not come away a better man or
woman, and being better contented
for tho balance of his or her days.
Hear him, by all means, at the opera
A PMJA8ANT ANNIVKIISAIIY.
Last Tuesdnv evenltur Mr. and Mrs.
It. B. Fleming entertained a host of
friends at their homo on Cottage and
Centre streets, in remembrance of
their 23d anniversary. The cvonlng
wnssncntnt the ever-nleaslnir came
of ''anagrams," which is one of the
grentest fun producers on record, and
the party was in a happy mood to
enjoy it. The iirst prize for skill in
this imiue was awarded to Mrs. Anna
Prael. and the second to Frank Wil
liams. A superb luncheon was served,
after which the large company was
trea'tcd to a delightful violin solo by
Miss Lclo Nlcklin, one of the sweetest
players of her age In the west. Baz
Wagner was Induced to recite a
Shakspearean paraphrase, which
pleased all. About midnight tho
friends bid their hosts many happy
returns of the occasion and departed
to their homes more than pleased
with the results of the evening.
II, L. McIIoliie, was a Portland
J, W. West, transacted business in
Prof. 'A. M. P.irwln, caniodowu liom
Albany this morning.
Hon. Geo. W. Davis, wns a Port land
business visitor today.
Receiver E. II. Alison, went to Port
land this morning.
AV. II. Joy, or North Salem, who has
been quite ill, Is up and around.
Capt. .1. T. Appcrson, retrned in
Oregon City, on the Salem local thlt
J. R. Wcthcrbee, of Eugene, passed
through Salem on the overland this
D. E. Swank, returned to Aumsvllle
this morningtafter nttcndlng Populist
Homer Kruss returned to his home
nt Krussc's landing this morning via
A. B. Gcorge,of Marlon, wns a Salem
visitor today, and Is very much im
proved in health.
Carl S. Nlcklin. one of. old Willam
ette's ablest orator, went to Portlnnd
Sf-ITOMY, NIGHT SPECIAL
Bargains in this line, Do not
zo commercial street
Opera ftoto?, SaHirday, March 28.
s mf m
that nmkes people well.
dlcrs' Home for a time. No man over
it la u fact much commented upon hnd more true friends to the square
that men and women of nntlonal re- acre of his acquaintance than Grand
putatlon and prominence, like Gen. ' pa Bennett, and no one ever deserved
Bonis, Stato Trcas, Colvln of New more. It Is the wish of all that ho
York, Mr. Carlisle's private secretary, 'may enjoy his declining years as an
.Mnyor Ncijiiano or Montreal, Rov. Fr. honest soldier nnd patriot deserves.
Ouellot, Com. Howell, ex-Mlnlster to
Austria John M. Frnncis. and a host
of others who are careful what they
employ when sick, and have the
amplest opportunities for llndinir out
what Is licst, hnvo of their own accord
sent letters describing fully their
permanent lecovery from rheumatism.
heart weakness, sleeplessness, debility,
Kinney troubles, and diseases of thu
stomach and llvor. In nil these cases
Palno's colory compound was tho one
remedy that was able to completely
nnd nornmnniitlv lirlni. lmcL- iiniti.
make poor blood again rich nnd pure!
nii.l rA.Tiiln rt n.wl In. II. l .... ii.. :
...... .ihnmiu .urn uiiiiii 11,1 inu nervous
" " ""VI,B" " " ii-Kuiiuu mm mum up Hit! iicrvoil!
nervous energy, especially of persons system when weakened and deranged
DAH.V LINE TO l'OUTUNI).
Altona and Ramona
I'otllatiJ, 6145 a, m.
Salem, 7:45 a. m.
ImlejenJcnce, 6130 a. m,
9:00 n. m.
Quick lime, tegular service nnd cheap
....Mte ... '
M. 1. IIALDWIN.
IMiss E, A, Stewart1
NS M, ui i. . . (
94 State St,
Eirst of the Kind.
Clearance sales aro a common
enough thing In dry goods and cloth
ing stores.but seldom, if oyer, has this
city had a clearance sale In crockery,
glassware, queensware, lamps, etc.
Such a sale Is now running at tho
Pioneer grocery and crockery houso of
John G. Wright at 227 Commercial
street. Tho largo crockery stock, tho
largest oyer brought to Salem, direct
from manufacturers, will bo sold at
cost for cash. Mr. Wright content
plntos making a change in his style of
business, and In order to do so will re
duco the stock. Here is a splendid
villus n,i inns! who desire to pur
nnu It Is tho nrdent hopo of all his
friends that he may return to Salem
Early In April Mr. and Mrs. Werner
Broynmn start for New York to sail
for an extended excursion of the old
world. They will sail on the steamer
Ems, and visit llrst tho leading cities
of tho Medlterancan, Including Rome,
Naples, Genoa, Milan, Geneva and
other points. Thenco they go north
Into tho Alps to do Switzerland and
Tyrol, after which tho Rhino country,
Berlin nnd Paris will be visited.
When this round Is llnlshed thoy will
go to Hanover, Germany, Mr. Brey
maii's native home, visit a few rela
tives and remain ashing as they can
Hnd pleasure In It. Mr. Breymau has
oeen away just Half a century, and
will no doubt greatly enjoy this grand
Last evening tho knights and Indies
of this growing order had a most on
Joyablo meeting at their hall in Tur
ner block. Speeches, repartee, lunch,
fun, good fellowship .and 'fraternal
felicity mado up tho evening's enter
tainment and all present went homo
In a happy framo of mind.
IS TIIEHEASI'IHITUAL WOULD?
Two of the bright llcrhts of snlrlt-
unllsni Dr. Heurlo Beauscant and
Mdme. Beauscant, whoso mysterious
seances have won for them much fame
will appear at the opera house Sundav
night, March 20, In a spiritual seance.
Dr. Bcnuseant and Mdme. Beauscant
in many respects aro mysterious
people. The peculiar gifts they
possess have made them favorites with
sovereigns and admitted them to
familiarity with great scientists, nnd
have also caused them to bo sought by
tho enquiring, tho curious nnd tlin
speculative minds of two continents.
in their seance, materialism of snlrlr.
forms, hands and faces take shnnn.
Music will materialize and many other
strange things will occur entirely
new to the public, and as these
mediums produce all their manifesta
tion in bright light, and will be a
welcome change from the usual dark
room In which such manlfoginrlnne
aro generally given.
!oberf J. Rirdtffa
The King of Humorists,
Who has not wished to hear genial "Bob" Burdctte, At last the
time l:aj arrived,
General admission 75c.wMcmbers Y, M, C, A 50 Cents,
No extra charge for re ;crid a to s,n3 tr on sale at F, S,
FRY'S SQUIRREL POISON
Trie Original 26-c'.-m oquirrel Poison.
In ! pound cans. Guaranted. Thouiands
of farmers from all over this state have
learned that FRY'S SQUIRREL rOISON
,at 25 cents Is as good or better than more
expensive foreicn hranrlt nt iiumh.L
jttencth. Fiy't Is the genuine nnd most re-
iiuuic mjuuii. use no oinrr. 1-or sale by
Oco. L. Haskett, Fred A. Legg, G. W.
ruinam, ana Melner Drug Co., druRglsts, Sa
tmelcip x... . ' 'Ml
1 -l . b. C. R. tl .
.. " 41 li
vices at 7:30. Topk;
Nation.'' Rrm.1,1 .1:
.l. 1.. ...""" "W!
ing senuon will ..
inc celebrated f
vt Henr ie
Assisted by a tiumbertto
nurnosc of iW.
spirit power id
4 TiilLsfilwM HI
A IIAIU'Y J'ANILY.
Dr. lin.'iiwfimit 4i. ..ii, .......
hase goods In his no. toimv !.,. medium who will imiw.nr nt. n.
they want, andsiwo money by doing ouso Sunday evening, has a dellcht-
wl. i lie lariTO Stock Of irrnrnrlncvlll lilt little fuillllv. nunnuul -in......
during the coiitliiuance of this sni..' Beauseant.. two elilldn.ii. 'in..
which will lastllO onto iinv iu. u.. out iimnnir Mm .u.,.,,i,. i .....
sold at a great reduction. Tin. h ..'... haimv llfo K.oim. n... ,..,!.i,i
to buy Is early, whllo tlm stru.L- u .. their bablos Mm iu.a m. i., i.. .. ..
full and complete. 27 d3t wi them. " ,l ,or
RKMCMHKR The Cinlirratlon mt. snva nv. wn. .
Slit.?1 I11,0. wmm cl,llf Monday All members Sumpter Cainn Sons of
......, ...wuoiiiirojiuoiia. veterans, U. S. A., and menibera of
TIIK FAIR for Uugalns. 3.5 khhI "e",M "' Veterans, over
Wl J8 Jearsof age, aro requested to meet
w AHfcUAl'iTAL JOUIWAl. Oltlce, HO.Xt
door 0 postotllce, Monday evening,
March 30, at 7:30 sharp, for Important
Tho caso of M. W. Krebs vs. Phil
Ncis&Co., for $J3.81 hop commission
money, was concluded In Justice
Johnson's court Thursday. A Judg
ment was rendered Prhlav bv Jusi.lc..
Johnson In favor of nliiintlir fnr t.im
amount of claim. AV. II. Holmes ap
peared for !Ncls & Co., while P. II.
D'Arcy represented tho plaintiff.
Another Resignation. J. II.
Duncan, who has been connected
with tho Salem Flro Department for
tho past seven lyenrs. durlmr tlm
greater part of which time ho has
served most elllclentlv as ririvor nf
the hoso wagon, has handedRhls r.Rif
nation to Chief Ilutton. Sunli ndinn
on the part of Mr. Duncan was neces
sary on account of his health. Mr.
Duncan today .went to Detroit. Mm
- ---1 .
icrniinus or tno O. C. & E. road, to
look after his ranch nroiuimrnrv t
leaving for Idnho, for which placo ho
win start tno niidd 0 of next, wont
there to remnlu throughout tho
IttrcU-r? ?Jd,of membraneous
croup. Miss Blancho May Lumber ,
aged 8 years.
uusiiiess. uy request of
Coininandor 11. L. Wells.
rcgartiloKH r to weatlur ft," lUSl,k1er
- l lowest priced .SK
t 1 )m
H. M. BRANSON &
At the old J. A. Vm Ellon 5(o.
MURRAY AND MACK,
tho popular Irish comedians, m thoir
S, ,ov,al :o!uei "PlnnlKan's
-. , w u0 10 ftaieui, Thursday.Aprll
'1 he pleco has been hv.writtAn L.,
many now and novel features added.
uno the opportunity of witnessing so
r-r-r-r- Zr d0Verl)- constructed a
A- as this, its essential quality to please
consists m Its well cConcclv 3
CO ?ny :leHnca rart, X a e
wel fitted to portray them. Tho ai.
thor has succeeded In painting a pic.
Don't forget tho best Sunday din
ner served at Strong's restaurant.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Aledal, Midwinter Vrtr.
Mot Pwftct Made.
D. II. Looney camo down from
Jetferson this afternoon.
Mrs. Chas. S. Rlely left today for
San Francisco, to be absent three
Dr. L. W. Gulss, returned to Wood
burn this morning, after n short busi
ness visit in Salem.
Win. Flester, formerly peanut ven
der on the Salem local from which he
realizes a largo income.
Elmer Holsliicer. W. U. 'ivi. .
atorat Astoria. Is In tlm o.u.v fm-
Sunday visit with friends
Geo. B. Gray, of tho hardware llmi
of Gray Bros., wns among the Salem
tes bound for Portland this morning.
Travelling Secretary J. A. Dun
mett, of tho Y. M. 0. A. of tho Pac
illc Northwest, was a Salem visitor
Robert J. Bnrclott. Mm iinw.rio
nrlved In the cltv tiiU mnmin,. !
Portland and Is the guest of Rev. J. P.
Prof. G. W. Jones, nomine on tho
Republican county ticket for school
Supcrentendent, went to Turner this
Coroner A.M. dough, now rides a
bicycle. Ho Is probably preparing for
tho rnco next Junn. nt. .iiii. !...,.
thero is no doubt he will "get there."
Willis Brown, of tlm rw.. t.-..
Union, accompanied by II. I. Under-
miii, 01 xncw vork, aro in tho city to
SlZO UP thO fruit Sltlint.lnn In rt - '
They say that Oregon fruit is in
great demand wherever It Is known.
Mrs. Mellnda MnAnllffo f t...'
..Mtlwdycstertay. si,ol3n 8
ThS m ' "i88? Dcl,a nnd Bcssl.
i-liey will remain tnr nw.1, . ,.
pEvf'nParkhurt,Phil Metselian, E
S,Vn" Jo,rlai,' E(1 nerrn EW5. DeaN
Xftrnn"d0therS Wet tO ABSu? this
March 26 S'dvcr,66Xc; lead,
A Fatal Fue.
Importnnt to Farmers,
Wakelee's Squirrel Exterminator
tiiu ui-igiiiiu ana oniy article of It,
kind giving complete satisfaction.
Aow roriiirwrl frnm nn tn 'in nnnu
can. irnr cnln ).v Rtnlnm. !-... 7-
Luuu & Brooks nnd G. W.Putmaii,
Chicago, March 26. Wheat,' cash 62c.
S;AN FRANCISCO MARKET.
San trancisco, March 26. Wheat, uoj1.
Wool Oregon, choice, iooj inferior 3
5c, valley, 9mc.
Hops Quotable at 3c.
rotatoes 60 to 90c per sack.
rPnrt llV1.. March 2S Wheat valley, 60c;
Walla Walla, 57. " '
Flour Portlaml. trit. Tt-mr. -,..
3.IS! Graham. 2.6c: snnrrfin,. t t nr M.t
Oats-White, 2426c;grey, 2223; '
in bags, $4.255.25. barrefs, 4.So7.9o;
1 OtatOCS. .New On-nnn If1 n.. ...I.
Hay Good, s8rSopertSr
Cmy' V' 9,0C5 Eastern Oregon,
Millsmfls..Bran, Sn.Soi3oo; shorts,$l2
Apples.. 40c. '
Pouliry..Hens, 5c; rocsters, 1.80 per dex:
r i """!" uucki, ,5.50(014.50 per dor,,
turkeys, live 8qc. '
Hides, .nrrn ci1.1 Lr. iu. .. j.-
m. 7A ?;;:: t. ..""?. w "4 uu"
"","' itc, snecp peits, lcJ7oc.
"ops. .Oregon, 4 to 6c, according to quab
Butter.. Oregon fancy creamery. 35(0(40;
fancy dairy, 30; fllr to gooS i53o
Uieese .Oregon full cream, I4isV.
Eggs. .Oregon, 9c per doi.
Ueef lopsteers. 3.oo3.25 per lb; fair
Seffi J2jfg "Ci C0 22'
Mutton.. Rest Ivf .ffl,ii.. .t..t
viaide! ?;75! dressed, jalffpVr lb.
veal,, bmall, choice, S(g6c; Urge, 34c
w. L SALEM MARKET.
Wheat. 53c per bu., market firm.
56"y"Baleili cheat, $4.SOS.oo; timothy,
,,t'ourrIn wholesale lots, 3.00; retail,
3.20, bran, bulk 11.00; sacked, 12.00;
hort8, 12.o0t3.00; chop feed, ii.oo
Snlrlta llv tlirauirh till
":: :. "."...
aro seen oy an pewa
... m. ...... ..1. i:r ?
tuiou mill juu iuiuuw-i
hands with tlielf la
nrisesfour or five fed
u.llt linnrla nnn !lml
seen and recognized if J
rvivlf 11 la nMl'Ml flnn OM
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tllU IUUU1 UV lliioivvyv--
iim lifsMtniir onn mwu M
tiiu UIUUKIIV Muw i-j -
enco by hands plalnlwi
rung. Harps are puf'
tests of spirit nature
.1 ...- ihu 111
dlums. Spirit Bride !
ana Downaermir- u""
Transit of the tamtoaa
aka itiiiAri riPiiLiM'
Clergy amazed. bcba
llio uincieeuiu .. -j
.iiniiimi. Doors OPd .' I
" """-" ..:: wm
a small feo for admlOJ
Children Cry for
Reed's Opera I
x u. '
Butter. .Btdain. .r. r.. ..
20c "1 a'.j uw kicaiuci,
4o;shouidersrScr '7C' "
OnKV,cC.PerbU' - - " .
i-arce -0i"t ,Lv
coterie or wjjji
a li.mrhof 0UJ:.I3
J nn fromiSIV!,
a.WMts on sale v