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WE DO, DO IT!
It dots not matter how, or why, the GREAT SUC
CESS of our SPECIAL SALE of MEN'S SUITS
proving-that our values and efforts are appreciated
nave decided us to inaugurate this
i j ijJkb'ii mi mi firm nnrm
-Surprise Sale in
te QMdr en's Clothing
Until further notice our entire stock of Children's
, Clothing will be offered at SPECIAL PRICES.
Absolutely no reserve all fresh, new and up-to-date
New Duck Pants New Bells
New Cap3 New Hats
6. w. Jonnson & 60.,
257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
DAM CAPITAL JOURNAL
Y UOITKH BROTHttRS
TUESDAY, JUNK 27, 1800.
Dkllc OtutYnfir ai OO. In Artvanrn
DHy, row MoiiUm 91 OO, ! Advanoa.
- WMkiy, Onm "Tear 1.00, In Advance
Tho Iiiti'rriationnl ettprcuio lodge of
Qcxvl Templnm oponcl IIh convention nt
"Toronto, jOnt., todny with dtilegnlea
present from ninny parts ot tho United
HtntcH and Cntuuht. Tlio outlook In
jtho Enntoru IIumlHphoru is reported
brighter than in Atiioricu. Tho onler
in Great JlriUiin, cHiHiclitlly Bcotlntid,
ingrowing conntuntly from niuoiig tho
host clnnooH of itn nitixciiH. In ficnmll-
niiVJii and Clerinutiy tho (inter Is nlo
making projrrena. Whilo tho toiiiiwr-
unco" reform in tho United Sbttoa Jiiih
been Kolnjf tmckwnnl limU'iid of forward
during recent years, Bccrutitry I'nrkur
roporla Klgna of Improvement in many
JiiriwlictionB. In Nobraoka gratifying-
progrewi Iiuh been miido hy tlio orgnnl
or of tho order during tho hint twelve
months. Iowa and Mliincvotu nro aho
rejiortod ns "bowing rilgtm of improve'
' inent. Tlio total inuiiilKindilp Im now
'' about -100,000 tud the iiiciiilMirnhlp of
' tliu juvenile hranuh 110,00(1.
Tho delegates to the International
convention, KnightM of 8t. Johu'n
nru uHttemoied iu a citmiiiuni, wino
cnthedral Whuro thoro wm culubrutcd a
iimsH for ileuil membom.
Tliocsixoof Mm. Addlo Harrow, an
cuiicd of complicity with hor eonvloted
liUNband, George Hciui regard Harrow, In
tlio kidnapping of Marion Clark, wan
called for trial today in tho criminal
term of tho Now York mipremo court.
Inanlty will ho mado the plea of do-
fiiniut nnil Mm. lliirrmv'M enitimul ulnlliiH
'tS" jihvo nmplo ovidonuo that tho woman
.Ima Ixxin mentally iiiilmliinced xlnee
In London, Kiiglund, wuh being held
atho wolooinimr limiting in honor of tho
RfoTegiitCH to tho iiiiliupumiiiitl mwdoii of
fitho International Couiuil! of omen,
iWtiililnli tiiualti. Its ttllut ttltilia ttltUkltflfiU fillll
jebntlniioa through tho week. More than
in minimi women moro man nan oi
gUiarn from tho United Htftten and Can
iiulii were rcpreaontod by tho delegates
awlio thronged thu hall and received the
jtrreollniHi of thu Counter of Alionleeu
rwlin inMldnd river tho Initial tiHMiinhlv.
I . Utnitn ftl.i. 41 t.,iiiii.. tt.i a( n,ibiiuit in
Of.' ' UIIIUI1 IMUIIBVW''VMlllVV u ,,i.,l.., Ill
Xtho field of iMilltloa and noolnl reform
Sthero ban never I toon mum it rtMirroaiitU
$fliro nod lnuwwiimr uatliurlmr. lhiuh.
t r " "
iJhhm of thu realm axchntigcd galling
.with thu reprciKintutlveii ot tno inot
iltUinbliJ' worklnuwonieu'B Kxilotlen, nud
KleleguU (rum New Zwdiuid and ew
DutR Woll' ocoupletl mrntii Imtrfuen
nhOMi flmm Italy, Denmark and other
wountrleilf Kttrojw. Whnt ft rejoicing
In tho heart of early pioneers of tliu
ffmovement for tho ndN-Aneoiuent uf
Kvouien would result could they hut wo
Stbui gr'ut ronmoKlltuu gullieiiiig mark-
Jhig the clone of the nineteenth century.
Kfhb muuuitudo of the International
movement, whiuli owe ItH origin to tho
L)iincll held In Uiuuigo during tli
ftorld'n fair, In lmnt to rvalUe. l'n)iu
Tnwleiit iKvlnnlnitH thu movement lia
grown and uprvud in nil dirwitlonn until
fit embnuvH all purtH of tho emitted
Aorld and iian tho greatest variety of
Li.(ikta fiAino dt I n Lwutttittau tttiri
Ruptod are advocate) of equal nitlTnige,
ICo mmtn koutd Ixwurc of the cheap and
m wMliisf powder wlu to be jutt at
irMa m tiwr U othig so good a
w mmrnr for u ciwatBg
pttfaiff k. M&9 ewly by
m. t nmw mlsi.
whllo others opionc It. Evory sort of
ciiternrisM in which women aro inter
eatod Is renreseitted and tu brlnt- all of
thew divcreo iniurcsts together In it
practical international alliance is tlio
great tank mapiied out for tho big gath
ering which oK3iiwi today.
While disentangling tho many stc
laities and specialists the International
Council will discuss a list of topics that
is extraordinary in its wldo range. They
have been divided Into five sections
educational, professional, legislative and
industrial, political, and social. Inter
national arbitration is to 1m discussed in
its historical anptrt and arguments for
and ngaiust this method of settling In
ternational disputes will bo beard. In
the educational section papers will bo
read explaining advanced educational
Ideas in vogue in Htookholm, Iioston,
Chicago, Vienna nnd other cities. The
effect ujiou domestic Jo of tho admis
sion of women to tlio professions is
scheduled foroxhauHtlvo consideration.
Tho status of medical women will bodls-
cussed and tho work of woman ntirsos,
journalists, educators, lecturers and in
other professional pursuits will bo con
sidered. In tho political, legislative
and industrial, and social flections tliore
will Isj uu equally wldo range of topics
discussed. Tho Countess of Aberdeen
will preside over thu various sessions
open to tho public, assisted hy such
well-known women us Lady H.ittorsea,
Susan II. Anthony, Mrs. Wllloughby
Ciimmlngi of Toronto, Mrs. May
Wright Bewail, llaroncss Alexandra
(iripouliorg of Finland, Mine. Marie
Martin of 1'arls, Mine. Dauduraud of
Montreal, ijidy Henry Somerset, Mrs.
Alum Tatleinu and tlio Marchioness of
This ovenlntf Htaffonl llouso will be
thrown open hy the Duko and Duchess
of Kutherhind hi honor of the visitors,
Tho Iiidoiteuduut Telephone Assoela
Hon of tho United States, which rupro-
seiits thooniMMltlnu to tho Hell Tele
phone company, ok)ihhI its third an
nual oonveutlon at Chicago today with
several hundred delegates present from
many allies Tliu annual rejHirts aro ox
pcocd to show u gratifying prog res h
iiiiulu hy tho uiitl-Hell people during the
last year and plans will 1h oxhauNtlvely
dtsciiHHtHl for continuing the warfare.
Jehu Collins and Mrs. Anne lugorsoll
were placed on trial today at Chicago
for kidnapping little Gerald Impluer,
whose abduction from his parents'
home in l'rairie avenue and subsequent
recovery ut I'aincsvillu, O., after an ab
sence of mom than a year created an in
ternational hoiisatiou. The alleged all
ductois were represented In court by
distiuKUlHhel counsel whoso services
woro prisnired by the funds nmlUcd by
thu prisoners from their months' ex
hibition in a local dime museum after
their arrest in Ohio. It isuuderstoisl
that Insanity is to ho made thu ground
Drowsiness In dlHHillcd hy ItHHUlt
Itemambor tho Iwituio this ovaulug at
tho M. It. chinch. Dr. McClbdi Is a
'Pratiuo! Khar lUtlund suys my
Ifo ustiri l).wsuu' Uorli tun one
unlh, her bita.kin.iho W oured." 0 l tf
Dr. J. D. Slnvw drovo out to linger
hod evening to reduce, u fraeturo InMis.
1'rank Wright's arm. Mr. Wright had
tho mlsfoitutiu to fall Mnoral days ago
ami ut thu time not thinking tho mat
ter unions enough to call a physician,
but afterward her arm bogAii to swell,
when it was necory t do junnethlng.
I AROUND THE EVENING I
z FiirWcutprn Hfli'cttononlhe 3
Z Ncwet)loOk ml IIakmIiic. 3
Hand, McNnlly A Co., Chicago, send
us a copy of "Tlio Launching of n Man"
by Stanley Waterloo, tho Chicago
newspaper poet and "Westerner" in
literature. It Is tho old story retold of
tho college groduato being gradually
metamorphosed into a useful all-around
woll-develoiwd manhood. College life is
depicted from the standpoint of actual
participation and then tlio hero's career
Is followed until ho builds a rail road
out West and marries thu woman he
loves. It is a good, healthy, vigorous
American volume, just the particular
thing to put in tho hands of a young
man who has como out of college to go
to work for a living many of them
more seriously hundicapHd than before
they went In. Mr. Waterloo's stylo Is
vitality and hopeful youthfulness anil
buoyancy happily commingled. It is a
companion volume, but In another field,
to Oii'o Head's "Yankee from the West"
and has much of the samu spirit of
boundless exuberance and surging,
health-giving common sence. Price Llifi.
"How to Plan tho Home Grounds"
by Samuel Parsons, Jr., is modelled
after tho great works on landscape
gardening produced by Calvert Vaux
and Gilbert Stiles, but is a neatly
printed comprcsned voliimo of 250 pages
in gray cloth bindings. It Is richly il
lustrated and contains besideH chapters
of interesting and useful Information,
lists of nil tliu plants and shrubs needed,
M well us blank contracts to be made
with a view to getting accurate results
from those undertaking to make im
provements. The proposition laid down to
begin with Is that it is just as easy and
asdinicult to plan gentleman's homo
Iot25xl00 in u town or city as to plan an
cstnlo of 100 acres. There Is a great
deal of practical Information about de
ciduous and herbaceous plants and trees,
u chapter devoted to aquatic plants, tor
races, lawns, banly vines mid climbers,
bedding plants, tho use of rocks, nnd
resldeutal parks. Thu author is supt. of
parks hi New York City and has ren
dered n great service in putting out this
complete handbook for beautifying the
homo grounds. It should ho in all li
braries, Doublislay A MuCluro Co., New
In our small way of llfo we huvo not
seen much of tho writing of Mrs. Oluir
lotto Perkins Stetson, who aspires to bo
a groat-grnndaiightor of Lyman Heeehor,
n grand-niece of Henry Ward Heeehor
and Harriet Heeehor Stowe, lias written
a volume of verses, a lalsir book and one
on Women and Economics. There can
not but Ihi somu gissl work In all this,
and as Mrs. Stetson came to live in Cali
fornia in 1888 there Is hope ot real
growth and greatness. Wo have read
"The Yellow Wall Paper" and must
pronounce It the product of a well,
what can wo say and observe Mnlvaney's
advice "Strike a Man and Pralso a
Women." Wo read It twlco and tlio
last time only to iro throuuh and Nee
how much could ho left out and not mar
the seilso, and how much could
Is) left out aud make it pious
anter reading, and well there wasn't
intioli left. Of course, there is always
involved in any account of what takes
place in an invalid's mind or chamber a
question of taste. Should not a gen
(Ionian or lady, If they are not fooling
well, keep out of print? A llisuusod
Imagination is ns offensive, to somu as
a diseased lun, and to nun the ex
pectoration of either at tho public is a
breach of good manners, and thu latter
forbidden hy ordinance hi this good
city, So wo ou no oxcuso for tho Yel
low Wall Puuir. Pniy woall.giMslMrs.
Stotsou, give us no more in this line.
lour brightness, your goodness, your
genius, your industry shall delight us
in other ways far more, and let the pub
Ushers consider this a bad venture.
Small, Mayuard A Co., Huston, 50 cents.
In celebration of Its Mill uuulvorsary,
Tlio Art Ametur gots out an exceedingly
handsome numlver. Tho number 1m
gltiH with a rotroupcot of thu magaxluo
for tho past twenty years, earryli g us
hack to tho time when tho art move
ments was just Wgluulng. Tho iper,
It will bo romonilwrvd, was founded by
Montague Marks, of whom is given an
Interesting account, and also of his suc
cessor, John W. Van Oust, who is a
descendant of thu famous 1'lemlf.h pain
ter of the samu tiantu, hoiiiu of whose
works aro shown in thu magaxluo. The
Amurluun painter, Henry Molser, Is
made thu subject uf a bright article,
The color plate. "Thu Artist's Daugh
ter," also by him, lsHirs out his repu
tation. Among thu other contributors
am Montagu Murks, who writes on
"Thu Itityiil Academy Exhibition;"
W. 11. Uogwrson "Tliu Artist and the
Cumuru:" Ernest Kuauffs on "Ele
mentary Drawing" and "Drawing for
Hupnsluotiou;" Khoda Holmes Nicholls
on "1-lguro Painting" and "Animal
Painting;" David Maloolm on "Open
Mrepluco?" It. V. DUrhold on "Cur
pets and Hugs;' Cotiilla lUmnett, It. V.
Darby ami Kunny Howell Priustiiwu m
U'rlco, 515 cents. John W. Van Oot.
publisher, l Union Squaro, Now York j
Tho Atlantic Monthly fur Juno Iku
the follow Inn urttakvi: Tu Have and to
lloUt, MY, Mary Johnston; Japan and
the Philippines, Arthur May Kunpp ;
Politics and tho Judiciary, Enuik Uuy
lord Cook; Tha Touemaut lloiue
Hhght, Jacob A. Kits; Improvement in
City Life, 111, Charlwt Mill ford Heblu-
Km, NotM onGU Ducomtion, Annie
l"teld ; Hobort tud Bllittlwth llruwnliig.
Harriot Waters l'riwton; Tlw 0tltik
in Cuba, UurlMrt lvjham WlHiwHut,
Mussr. Small, Maynanl A QampiHy,
ltoton. huvo aconlrxyl tint rtuhu tn tlu.
hwr iKHiks o vto lj)- Mr. Hit Car
mail, formerly publUhvxl by Mr.
Limpon, Wolffo A Company "Iow '
Tide on Grandpre," "Hchind tho
Arras," "Hallads of i-ost Haven," and
"liy tho Aurcllnn Wall." Theso four
volumes comprise the whole of Mr. Car
man's published work so far ns it has
leen Issued in book form excepting his
part in "Songs from Vagabondia" and
"More Songs From Vngalmndia," In
which he collaborated witli Mr. Hichard
"Low Tide on Grandpro" and "He
liind tho Arras" are at present out of
print, hut new editions aro in prepara
tion for. immediate publication.
Olilco of tho secretary of State. Sa
lem, Oregon, Juno 21, 185)0. Notice is
hereby given that the Statu Hoard of
Agriculture havintr. in comnllanco witli
an Act of tho Twentieth Legislative
Aspombly tiled in tho olilco of tlio Sec
retary of State February 5K5d, 18W,
deeded to tho State of Oregon tho lands
known as tho "State Fair Grounds,"
the appropriation of $7,000 for the pay
ment of the warrant indebtedness of
said State Hoard of Agriculture issued
prior to February 2.'5d, 18IJ9, proiwrly en
dorsed, warants, will be issued on the
State Treasurer to the extent of the
appropriation. Interest will not bo nl
lowed after this date. F. I Dunbar,
Secretary of State. In accordance with
the above notice, holders of nil warrants
of the Oregon State Hoard of Agricul-
liiruimiLii jiriur n ruumury iou, imr.i
are hereby notified that tha same will
he paid on presentation at tho olilco of
tho Secretary of State, or at the office of
the undersigned, nnd that interest will
cense after this date. J. II. Albert,
trcasuror of thu Oregon State Hoard of
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TUB C'llll.n's HKAIIT.
The heart of n child,
Like the heart of a flower,
Has UHtiillu for the sun
And a tear for thu shower;
Oh, Innocent hours
With wonder beguiled
Oh, heart like n flower's
In the heart of n child!
The heart of a child,
Like the heart of a bird,
With ruptures of music
Is flooded and stirred ;
Oil, songs without words,
Oh, molodios wild
Oli, heart like a bird's
In thu heart of a child!
The heart of a child,
Like tho heart of tlio spring,
Is full of the hope
Of what summer shall bring,
Oh, tlio glory of things
In a worhf undolllcd
Oli, heart like thu spring's
111 the heart of a child I
"I would live as though every day
woro my last, ami act as though oaeli
act woro tho last audit lilting conclusion
to my llfo."
Tbeio Is hopo for tho boy or girl
whoso teeth and hair nro brushed every
day, and whnio body is washed at lciot
once a week.
Tlio Salem Joiiiinai. lsiasts that tho
rat holes hi its olilco have all Ihmiu closed,
ureal is tue .louit.v.u,, A paper nowa
days bus to keep the rat holes cloned to
make cuds meet. Albany Democrat.
Astorlaus have not much use for water
except to bold animal regatta on, which
has como to be the great nautical event
ot the your for tlio northwest coast.
Such men as Herman Wise, Cliailuy
Fulton and John Gratku oau make any
The Hohuiuiii Nugget says of a head
of a college, who has left the state, that
"he was a man smiled hy education.
He had tliu education 'tis true, hut
conceit, arrogance and, it is alleged, do
celt had him. Here tliu bubble burstcd,
and bo can now start over again."
One industry is well looked after al
ways at the state fair. An Albany paper
says: A. .1. Johnson seems to 1k pocu
thirty a Solo uieinbur of thu state boanl
of agriculture. Of the olllcera unpointed
for the state fair which meets in Septein.
iter three aro from Linn county and all
ot thus tnim feclo, Iwlng A. W. Colo, a
marshal, S. I, Shore, sujHirlntondont of
tlio grandstand and Mrs. Lillian Klbler,
one of tho judges, whilo J. C. Johnson,
of Knlcm, is tint father of director John
sou. Napoleon, at
aiJ to AtitOHO.
march i, his
Hee nit, we
'leave on sit
life in fottrr
you nor I know
llll thin ir about
Why throw otwtuclts in the way of it ile
fence? It own mean are Miperior to all
the appaiatu uf your laboiatotle. Mcdl
cine U a collection of iiiiceitalu pievciip
lion, the remit of which, taken collect
ively, have been hatuiful to uiaiilind
Water, air and cleanlinei aie uiy chief
At the time when Nanoleon natd thi he
wa largely light. lhyiciaiw in thoe day
dealt out obnoxious and dtitlc drug
that did violence to every fiber in the body.
Since that date medical science ha made
woudetfut stride. I)r Pietce'a Golden
Medical DUcoYCty Is tncdictue comioed
of native medicinal root that do no vio
It nee to nature. It action i eeutle and
natural. It simply promote the natural
ptocesaes of secretion and exctetiou. It
testoic the lot appetite, collects all di
order of the digestion, mates the aasiuii
lation of the food petfect. invlgoratca the
liver, putilic and enriches the blood,
builds ncvTaml healthv flesh tlp tnnn
the nerve aud gives sweet aud refreshing
sleep. It is the gteat blood maker and
neh builder It cures S per cent of all
rase of alt diseases of the air ruuages thai
lead up to consumption It i a wonderful
Hli.iUd.iMM fit. ttll ilU.a.aa .I...A ,. I. .. AT.kIu .
or iinptoper noutKhment of body or netve.
I)o not deal with unscrupulous dealers who !
urge yon iu taxc woitnie ui.tllutes lor
the sake of a few penuie added profit.
' t have been uiing Dr Httte'a (VUiten McU
kt DUcvveiy anj TfUaMnt 1VIUU' fur the
iktit thiee year and they he MveJ ray tlfv."
Thu wtllT Mr. tknhU Ha.tr. uf Ok0ale.
HtxkUUne Ca . "a. I ikjk keep the ' lelUl
la uiy twutc all the time am) lue thtw rvriy
tliu I feet the ncnl of a Unlive. I am titty
thive year olj and was trouble.! with liver ecu.
lUlul uutll I umJ your turdkla. Now 1 am
UTtry siok wan or woman should send
II ouecent stamps to T)r R. V. .'ifVc,
llulf.lo, N. Y., to pay the cot of mafUiig
only for a free copy of Dr Metre's great
ICuo-page Common Htnwr Medical AdvUei;
or jt sUuips for a heavy cloth bound copy.
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Tor Infants and Children.
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought
Wc will shoe your horse, build or
repair your wagon or Implements
Being located to stay our patrons
have a guarantee that our work will
bo satisfactory. Shop 100 Chemeketa
street. Telenhone 2705. 4-1 tf
Headquarters for Screen Doors, Etc.,
Iiwn. field nnd poultry fence
and shingles at lowest prices.
9ALUM KH5NOI5 WORKS,
Waltxr Mori.ey. Prop,
F Xrv. 13 E) I
LilUo Men and Women
Mairazlties have been cotnbinel into
it IlL'-pugo book and the i-nit'K kk-
1IUCKO 1-ltOlt tl to CO RKNTH A YKAIt.
It is a splendid niugazine for chil
dren from two to ten years of uge.
Wo want tho names and midrcHees
of motli?rs of children of nliovcuccs,
and for a list of nrrvwich names wo
will send tho magazine to you o.nk
Littlo Men and vVomen Co,Troy,N.Y
There is only one place
In town to get a
If you are n strancer, ajk
your neighbor, he will tell
tox to go to w. W.JUIINS
u hahk of the Red Ftont
rug Store. 4-iSJ wirn
A nice lino of Kuods und samples on
hand. Suits 81C up. Pants $
p. a percct tit guaranteed, ut
1 0 tf 1 JO.flTATK 8TRKK7
Premium on Warrants.
Any imrtloi IisvIiik Marlon or I'ollc count
warnnilit to tlfoposoof, will do well to call n
IIk' (illliour Kiikiuk' Ilrt'yinnn, 270 Corniimrctal
ktrcut, with Uiilno A lUrlciT. 1 will allow
promlum on all micli properly cmlnnipil war
mnt. Jtmioy in loan t R anl 7 T cunt Inter
iv t on Improved furiim. No nnnmlmlon.
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The Best in the World at the Lowest Prices.
We always lead on style, quality and low price.
Large supply of everything' in our line. Warehouses oppo
site Brewery, near Salem Flouring Atills.
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UnltlnKiNews, Fiction, Hterary,iIlunchJ.ana:iDalry
aiidiMurkot News Inlattrantlye readable form.
Ill WEEKLY Mil
Issued Thursday morning
nf tlio state the Mtmo week.
Tlio 51.00 Wlj...
In two part ertnt.il ns all
An Intlepetidont Asxil.ttetinrirrftper.for the Pet.
pic. Send for auiple free.
TiiRjQyKNUi3 the fullest, report if tlie riuloifs of
the IftttMaiura and state oftiohU, as well at ludepen
dent, dear nd (wnal c iuuit) o all public matters.
Snil a trial subsorlptlou.
RED FRONT LIVERY
First'Class Feed and Boarding
104 Commkucial Street.
Wm. -ULLREY, Prop.
Best Ri$ for Commercial Men
Btsblos In same block Hotel WIUamnltA.
-3rHafc teams und comfortable rig
for ladles and family drlylntr a spec
ialty. Horses boarded by day, week
or month and beat- of satisfaction
guaranteed. 3-1 tf
A XTFE SAVED.
Dr. J. F, Cook, tho Dotnnlonl Spool
allot, SuocoadB Whero Others
To whom it may concern :
This is to certify that Ikrtha P. Con
ner, of Jit. Angel precinct. Marion coun
ty, Orcgoii has Buffered from a cancer
ous growth in tho left car for about three
years. The growth was cutout twice and
burned out once by Albany Physicians,
but the growth came back as bad
no everr and pained her ho badly that
she had to be taken from school. After
three week's treatment by Dr. J. F.
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, tho llotanical
Bpeciulist, thu growth entirely disap
peared, and at this date, four months
sinco treatment was bctfun, the growth
has not reapiieared, and tho car linn en
tirely healed leaving only tho scars in
flicted by tho Albany doctors,
I hereby certify that the ubovo state
ment Is absolutely truo, and that Ber
tha P Conner, tlio porcon mentioned
! tliu nftlilnsttt Itna -iiu!i1(wt lit mtf fit til.
ill tliu tllliuuttti 1 1 ISO itnuiui in itj iMiii-
ily since early childhood, bearing tho re
lntionvhip to mo of niece.
II. C. Lo.va.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this eighth day of June, 1809. W. W.
Hall, county clerk of Marion county,
Tho Inter-Stato Unlvorslty Systom
of Musical Instruction.
k. n. acorr. d. m. ritrMiOKsr
A National (.'o-opcratUe Inntltullon wldrli U
hnglnnlnK to number Itn (acuity by lillinlrrtU
and it pupils by tliouaamli, KmhrHClni; iiiuru
For the henefit of
I'uplla of l'rlTutn Trarhon
UlnilTII NCUOI.AHTIO TUMI.
CortlHratei uranled from a rruularly eknr
HxplaiiBtlon oftlie rytlem In detail
In tlipco roluinna
Watnli fir lU
and Momtxtr or tho Faculty
Rtndao ornr Klrt National Ilauk llliW,,
Gnu or two nUcc ou for ailisncdl plxyeri in
In time tn read; all pn:w
SLOO a YEAR
All people nro hereby notified that a
tax on ltaxors of 25c for reterapering
is now on and can be paid at the shop
of 8im II. White and Co. at High
treet, opposite the Court House.
The Geo, M, Becler
Alwajeto the front with best
rates and policies In tho leading
Do you want wonc, or need help
of any kind ? Apply at once.
Property to rent. Register
288 Commkucial Stheet, Salkm,
Kurtz & Hamilton
US COURT STREET.
Make a specialty of nil Kinds of
Sheet Steel and Galvanized Iron
work rjoflnir and guttering, a full
line of Pumps and pump fittings.
Prompt work and reasonable prices.
Wc carry In stock the Fairbanks
wind mill. Call und see us before
elving your order for mill or tank.
PROMPT WORK AND LOW PRICES
fl)E OBW" 2
Ih n beautiful dappled chestnut lfl1
liainln high, and Wfigha 1700 lhn. Ho in
n pcrtrat all purposo liorco.
Will bout Iliiffman'ij Htnhlc, Salem,
Saturday of each week in July and Aug
UHt, and tlio remainder of tlio week at
tho Fair Ground,!). Termn, f 15.00 to in
pure. Alo colts broken nnd handled for
sliced. II. II. RrTiifin-oiii).
You Can Get
a Lower Berth.
W Itli one cxceptlpn the through
trains of tho I!urlloton Route
are almost Inyariably well-tilled.
The exception is our St. Paul
CMilcatto Limited. On the limited
thero Is usually room and to
Don't Infer that It Ms neither
so lino, nor so fast, us ANY train
of ANY other lino between St.
Paul and Chicago. On the con
trary, thero Is no more beautiful
train In America. It has electric
light, steam heat, wide vestibules,
the most satisfactory dining-car
service on the continent and a
lower berth for everybody,
A. U. SHELDON.
Oeu'l Agent, Portland, Or.
Soo Pacific Line.
Travel in comiort
It is a
is of surpassing
It will pay you
For full wrtlcular as to rate, time
aud coplts of a P. IX. publications ap
ply to '
11. n. AROTT
xi- r a. vaneouvc. il, C.
Mis if'i rji u' l" ' "iirnnn 11 iiin'ilm i inminVMianniW
SOUTH AND EAST
THE SHASTA RO'JTE
Southern Pacific Co
RXFRKSS TRAIHS RUN DAILY
7:00 V H
94S t M
7--4S A M
5foo p m
65 V M
6.43 A M
8-15 P M
7.00 A M
8' IS PM
Ar....Sateni .... Ar
Ar. San Francisco. Lv
5.-2J A M
7'oo p m
Ar Ogdcn....Ar ttioPM
Ar Denver. . Lv 645PM
Ar . . . . Omaha . . . . Ar 8 50 a m
Ar .... Chicago ....Lv 6,30 PM
Ar. ..Lo Angeles. ..Ar 925PM
Ar... El Paso .... Ar 335PM
Ar.. ..Fort Worth.. ,,Ar 8.40 Am
Ar...New Orleans. ..Ar 8 40 pm
Pullman first-class and tourist sleeping can
attached to all throuch train. Tourist can
through to Chicago without change
8:30 AM) Lv... 1'ortftnd .Ar (4:30 p m
io;55 am yLv.... Salem.... Lv i 1 50: p u
5:20 pmJ Ar....Roeburg.. Lv (J30A M
" WEST SIDE DIVISION. " "
BETWBRN PORTLAND AND CORVAI.US,
Mall Mains py lyexceutaunaay.
73 A M
At" Alhany and Conallli conr.ect i.
tains oftheC.&E. Ry.
KXrRKSa TRAJN OAtLV LEXCKFT SUNUAV.
4:50 P M 1
I.v . ..Portland.... Ar
825 A M
Lv. . . .McMinnviile Lv
.'50 A M
Ar Independence Lv
Direct connections at San rancncowith
steamship lltJi f HAWAII, 1APAN,
CHINA, THE PHILUI'INES and AUS.
For throuch tickets and rates call o V.
W, SKINNER, Depot Agent, cr O- I).
GAURtbLSON City 'Picket Agent, 232 Com
merclal t. Salem Of.
R. KOE11LER, Manaiei
I : I V I C I V I 1 F Jc P. A. Portlaui
a ji. in
Salt Lnko, Denver Kt. Worth
umnlin, riBUsas .n, oi
Iuls.C'hicaao and East,
u.so p m
Wnlla Walla, Hpokane, Mlnito-
upolii, Hi. raui. 11111111H, fin
wnukee Chicago and eiut.
i p 111,
For Snii FrauolHCo.
4 . la
Hall ercry live uuyi.
4 1. n.
To Aatorln ami way 1-iitWlugi
10 p, m.
Wll.tAMKrrK K1VBH 1 luia
I'lirtluiul, .StwliiTi: autl way C n. '"
10 n, m.
IRVO WIKLAMHTTK ltlVKIt
10 a. n.
Halt-m CotthIIIs Allmuy nud Way
3 p. m
WILLAMETPE RIVER DIVISION.
Dally boxts to Portland as above.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg City
If the steamers are delayed there ound
trip tickets to all.polnts in Oregon, Washing
ton, or California. Connection made at Pott
land with all rail, ocean and river line
W. H. HURLBURT.
Oen'l Pas. Ant. Portland, Or.
G. M. POWERS, Agent, Twde street dock
BOISE & BARKER,
Corvallis & Eastern Railroad
Connecting at YAQUINA with tlio
YAQUISA BAY STBAMSHIP COMPANY
Flmt-clanJ In every ro ct. The abore
ttcuuier U due to mil from Yainilua
every elulit dava.
S)ortft Koute rltftwceu
Btlwtea Valley l'oiuls and Sail Francisco
Fare: Albany and 1'olnts West to San KrancUro
Houiul Trlr... ..-.. 17.00
II. I. WALDEN. KllWIN 8TONK,
T F. A l'. A. Manager
J.TUKNKK Aaent, AlUny.Oiu.
WILLtMKTTK RIVKK IUVISION'
STEAMER WM. M. HOAG,
Captain Geo. Kaabe.
nuniiliiB U'lwffln I'orlUuil nud Corvalll.
utoppliiKatallway lauding. '
DOWN - Tuenlayi, Thurlayi amt Sundays.
Leaves Corvallis.. ,,.,,., tl m
Uavci AlUny 7 ' lu
lavNi Uuoua Vista ." g ' .i
l.eaes Imifieii(li)iK'e.... . y a la
Lmvm daleui 10a.' bi
leaves New here ij.-m
Arrive Fortlaud -Y.J..m
UP-Monday, Wednesdays aud Fridays.
Uavw Ncwber.ZIl:U"IIIi:: 10. JO a.' m
leaves Indeiieuaunre WiU
rziz ;7:.." ' v-w
Arrive Corvaflls u.oo p.
The steamer has beon eonlnpe.1 with flrt
oJaxs awoinmoJatlon, inoludfug an eleKaut
..!iu'', ,or e,lrrJrl,"5 in 'rvlglu aud
Dook-Fnotot Stale street.
O. MAKRTZ. Axent.
Oregon Slion Line Railroad
The DlreclJRoute to
Mont&ni, Dlnh, Colorado
and all Eastern Points
ftlvrs chol? 01 two lavorlto routes, via'il
Ulo Urand Hceulc Un.
Loolc at the time
1 Dayn to Salt Lake
Si Daya to Denver
3i Days to ClilcaifQ
H Daya to New York
Fri,!fiVnln. ",r Cars, UphoUwre.1 Tou
Ut Slepin: Caw. audiullraan Palac
Sleepers operated on all train,
for further Information applytto
DUi&K A UABKKK, Aeents, Salem.
C 0. TERRY. TraY. Pa. At