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DAltf CAPITAL JOURNAL.
TUUJR8DAY. JUNK 29, 1809.
'ferity, OneTr $3.00, la Advance
gwAy.JTaw, Manmii f 1 00, J J Advance,
Wiklr. Osw Tr 91.00, in Advanoo
21. It whs a very handsome
, Orttlf.cdbor. throughout tho coun
try yfM awftUwtth Interest tho decision
of tiio Colorado supremo court in the
caao being heard , at Denver to test tlto
validity "oftho eight-hour law. The
prwWjIng grow out of tho flinolters'
strike, inVlilch the Union men de
manded tho observance of tho cllit
hour a day law, and also asked for a lo
per cent, advance in wages.
. Arrangemonta for tho Hint week of
. next September, when tho Grand Army
oncampniont la to bo hold in I'hlhulol.
;Phla, are being pushed forward and tho
coucoubub of opinion among ofllclals of
the Grand Army l that t Is to bo the
largest encampment since the Civil
' war. During the entire weok tlio city
will be gorgeous with flags and hunting
during tho day and brilliant with elec
tric light at night. Tl.o Court of
Honor, on Urond street, will exceed
anything of tho kind ever aoen In 1 him
dolphlaand will oxUmd for nearly three
blocks. Tho dbmlay of bunting and
lights on tho city hall will bo a magnlfl
cent eight. Arrangement for accomo
, dating tho 500,000 or 000.000 strangers
whoaro expected to bo In "" city aro
well under way. While a alight liltcli
l.aa occurred In tho plan to throw open
tho school housos a free ..iiitrtorii for
tho Veterans, theio will ho tenia
,rectod In tho public parka, and a auf
ilclent number of churches, nrmurlos
and other bulldhion open to Insure
every vlalU)r comfortable- .juartera.
Tho fifth annual summer conference
which opened at Northllold, Mass.,
promises to bo tho most successful In
tho history o! tho popular movement as
tho attendance la larger than over ho
fro on tho opening day. Tho con or
0co will continue two weeks .luring
which tlmo five lilll courses will be
given with U aim of Instructing tho
young college atudonta to take part n
Srk of conducting bible c1hc In
their own college associations. An
. . . ... nf tho ovonlnu nd-
.i..u,,u iiamilflo Ik'oii arranged,
...Lu..,a tiwlililllll HI
!""" ."v....;' .... nv. William
nim ouiicuuim " "
ii,.,... (limriro liouuos oi
II. P. Faunco,
lambrldgo, Holiert K. peof, Dwlijht U
. . I
.... ... iNiiiiruiiy
Moldlera' monumoni. mm ' "
3 Klk' "l(m hall hel.l there Jum
on... Yniinustowiit Ohio,
honor of tho dedication of a 1.
.iinr. monument, mid tho N etet
AcopyoMhc Houston, Texas, Uafly
Post, booming tlio Trans-MisslsslppI
commercial congress whlrh will bo held
in April. 1900, la received. Tlio way
tlio waterways run and tho railroad
linos aro drawn it looks as if all ' tho
west had to go to Houston to escape
transcontinental extortion and tin;
sooner it's done the bettor.
While tho Oregon congressman from
tlila district allowed the now speaker of
congress to bo chosen practically before
ho expressed hlmaelf, tho Washington
delegation made tlipmselviw Holid with
tho Iowa man. Congressman Ciishmau
"I havo rrcoived letters from Con
grossinun Ilondcraou tlntiikiiig nui for
my support in his flght for the spuukor
shlp and usking mo tothuuk The ledger
for Its HiipK)rt. He haaaskel CoiigroffS
man Jones and myself to indicate the
committees wo should desire to wsrvc
upon, giving four in tho order of im
portance wo place them. I bullovo we
shall bo given good places in tlio assign
ments to committees. Of course, wo
will not get all wo ask. That is not ex
pected, Congressman Henderson is now
at work on his list of committee and
will Iks able to announce thorn soon after
ho is chosen to preside over tlio house."
Tho now mumbor from Uasturn Or
egon, Hon. Malcolm Moody, who has al
ways boon a sound money man and not
a recent convert from free coinage, will
probably got some recognition from tlio
Clms. ".roadway Hones, 6I0-5M Hroad
way, Now York, eei.ula.nsa copy of his
Juno "Monthly Auction Trade Journal."
As he advocates a cash system whole
sale and retail, wo print a few para
graphs from his lumintoiis and eloquent
editorial page, just as he spells it:
Cash Ih a clever card, but brains and
caracter wll match it evry time, IJUI
ION Is a big lmlast, but pluk and am
bition wil outweigh it al day long, utiles
tho level hod and ouest hart II behind
tho capital, the story will lie short and
sad tho U hav the mouy and pay the
rent it is al the s.uno the bark wll go to
ilogiu In the erly yearn life is short,
wado Ju with unflinching resolution
win buy for the HUMON under the
ItKI) l'LAU. Cut close, sol only for tlio
KLOQUKNTCAHH, asking nor giving
qarter ami tho chances ar ntuely-llveout
of a hundred thin yor
indeciriiv trlumfs, wil hoover when l
hav reaelit the fortieth mile post of life.
Ilehlnd and underlying then tenons of
logic are principles Imutahl, llxt and
eternal, Umiii which shud rest the pedes
tal of "ouor hrlto," and iijoii which de
pend the solid advantages and iitalu-
meuts that every man for himself, and
thori preeliiM and dear who cum after1
him, turns his auxins gaze and rests his
llual hopes. Ability without integrity,
or ouesty, destitute of energy , are ow-
Btroko of! cries champions in tho bigbatlcawllcraro
gatliord tlio giontawho conqcr under tho
inspiration of tho level hod, the pnost
hart and tlio ALMITV DOLAIt.
The Modern Beauty
Tiirlves on good fool and sunshino,
with plenty of exorcise in the open air.
Her form glows with health and her face
blooms with Ita beauty. If hor system
needs tho cleansing action of a laxative
remedy, she uses tlio gentle and pleas
ant Hyrup of I'igs, mado by tlio Calif
ornia Fig Hyrup Co. only.
Jimi th 9 KM Von Hm Alftays Bougftl
Thirty-two soldlurs from Fort Knell
ing, Miuosota, iHitwod through Balem
Wednesday nighs hound for Manila.
They wore olllored by Sergeant Inger
soll mid will be sent from San Fran
cisco to Manila to Join Otis' forces.
The commuijcement exercises at the
Palom Indian training school, at Che
mawii, will be held tomorrow, (Friday)
and tlio BUiHirlntt'iidont, T. W. Potter,
desires the public generally to visit the
Institution and a cordial invitation to
attend, is extended to all.
Men nre enre
ifm about their
lives for their
own sake, hut
a kind and
te tiller matt
of others ; he
should think If
he should die
of those he
to Rtlcvc and
1'or this reason
nlone, if for no
man should re
Kurd his health
as a precious
treasure not to
be thrown away or spent and scattered
If any mail's health is weakened or
wasted, or riuitiltiK down, he should take
the right mratin to build himself up strong
and well, so that he can both live and care
for those he loves. He should Investigate
the vlttues of that great remedy, the
"Golden Medical Discovery" originated
by Dr. R. V. Tierce, chief consulting phy
sician of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
to Institute, of nuflulo, N. Y It Is a remedy
Uial mauea a man iniirougiiiy wen uy giv
ing power and capacity lo the digestive and
assimilative organs, It makes healthy in
vigorating blood out of tho food he eats
It gives him strength and energy to put
l.t.n Itla j11t. Ina! It tll.ll.1a tin tlfltll 1.1. tM.
hatlos, resulting! cular flesh and nerve fiber, revitalizes the
linnilCB ui IUC .I1IU-I ill.. .UMa,n, .iv,.. -
ilautmatlon, purges the blood of bilious
poisons and makes a man, strong, vigorous
"My Imilutml lind twen sick a long time,"
write- Mrs, I W. llilllln. ofCllntntt, Dcwllt Co.,
111. (Ilox i7Jl, "lisit tloctote.t with home iiliy.
slcUtts ami rvrit went lo Chicago anil roumillcd
a doctor there but without rrcelvlug any help,
lie went t the honpltnl ami wn opersteit on
ami after three month mine home to tile (an the
doctors here thought), but nfter awhile he com
merited to tske your uviuUtful medicine, the
C.otdeii Medical IliKOvery ' and now, thank to
?xir moat welcome medicine, he can eat any
hlng he wants and U ukIii a well man."
No remedy relieves constipation so
quickly and effectively as Dr. Tierce's
Tleasunt Tcllcts. They never gripe.
It kept In model orier by model lion wwlf ht cleit
the diihet and kitchen uteniili, cltint the floor and window,
cUini ivtrythinc cleamble with
Thii fimou cleimer quickly remove
dirt or (reaie. 1 1 make everylnlng- ililne
like new. It doe the work In hali the
time, with half the labor and at half tht
cott of oap or any other cleanier,
For tjteateit economy buy our large
The N. K. Fa.rbank Company
CMICAQO ST. LOUIS NOW YORK D03TON
E DO. DO IT!
It does not matter how, or why. the GREAT SUC
CESS of our SPECIAL SALE of AEN'S SUITS
proving- that our values and efforts are appreciated
have decided us to inaugurate this
Surprise Sale in
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
Wo will shoe your horse, build or
repair your vvaKoo or implements
BcIdr lacatcd to stay our patrons
uavo a guarantee that our work will
be satisfactory. Shop 100 Chemckcta
street. Teleohonc 2705. 4-1 tf
Drowsiness is dispelled by IJMtX'ii
'Frances Klzcr Roland says my
wlfo U5ed Dawson's Herb ten one
month, her backache It cured." 0 24 tf
G. w. Johnson & Go.
257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
Parties wanting good pasturo can get
samout the State 1-nir urounds by ap
plying C. 1). Gabrielaon, secretary. 0-0-t.
to tho East, Christian Endeavor excur.
iion. Effective J unu 29. See Thomas
Watt A Co. 0 23 0-t
Oflice of the acoretnry of State, Sa
lem, Oregon, Juno 24, 1899. Notice Is
hereby given that tho State Hoard of
Agriculture having, in compliance with
an ict of tlio Twentieth Legislative
Assembly filed in the oiilco of the Sec
retary of State February 23d, 1899,
deeded to the State of Oregon the lands
known as tho "State Fair CSrounds,"
tho appropriation of $7,000 for tlio pay
ment of tlio warrant indebtedness of
naid State Hoard of Agriculture issued
prior to February 23d, 1899, proiwrly en
dorsed, wurants, will be issued on the
smio irunhiiror io ino ujciimi. oi mu
appropriation. Interest will not bo al
lowed after nils' date. F. I Dunbar,
Secretary of State. In accordance with
the above notice, holders of all warrants
of tho Oregon Stato Hoard of Agricul
ture dated prior to J-elirtiary 23d, ism
are hereby notified that the same will
be paid on presentation at the oflice of
the Secretary of State, or at tho office of
the undersigned, nnd that interest will
cease after this date. J. II. Albert,
treasurer of the Oregon State Hoard of
RED FRONT LIVERY
FirstClass Feed and Boarding
104 Commercial Strekt.
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rig& for Commercial Men
etablM In same block Hotel Wlllnmottfl.
C3"Kafc teams und comfortable rltr
for ladles and family driylnir n spec
ialty. Horses boarded by day, week
or month nnd best of satisfaction
guaranteed. 3-1 tf
Kurtz & Hamilton
08 COUiiT STREET.
A LUTE SAVED.
CARTS HACKS ETC.
The Best in (he World ;it the Lowest Prices.
We always lead on style, quality and low price.
Lartfe supply of everythinir in our line. Warehouses oppo
site Brewery, near Salem Flouring Mills.
MITCHELL, LEWIS &
J. A. Forsythe, Manager.
Call for Warrants.
Notice Ih hereby given that there are
funilH on hand applicable to the pay
ment of warrants of the City of Salem
drawn on the general fund and endorsed
on or before March 1, 1007. Holders of
said warrants will please present them
for payment at Lndd & Hush's
hank w interest will cease from date of
this notice. John Mont,
Salem, Or., Juno 21, 1800. lOt.
Dr. J. F. Cook, tho Botanical Spool
allot, Succeeds Whoro Others
To whom it may concern :
This is to certify that Hertha P. Con
nur, of Mt .Angel precinct. Marion coun
ty, O.rcgon, has suffered from a cancer
ous growth in tho leftear for about three
years. The growth was cutout twice und
burned out once by Albany Physicians,
but tho growth came back ns bad
as over, and pained her so badly that
she had to be taken from school. After
three week's treatment by Dr. J. F.
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, the Hotanical
Specialist, tlio growth entirely disap
peared, and at this date, four months
since treatment was begun, the growth
bus not reappeared, and tho ear has en
tirely healed leaving only the scars in
flicted by the Albany doctors.
I hereby certify that tho ubovo state
ment is absolutely true, and that Her
tha P Conner, tlio person mentioned
in the affidavit, has resided in my fam
ily since early childhood, bearing the re-
luuon. mp to me of niece.
II. O. Lorn
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this eighth day of June. 1800. W. W.
Hall, county clerk of Marlon county,
Headquarters for Screen Doors, Etc.,
Lawn, flold and poultry fence
and shingles at lowest" prices.
SALBM KENOB WORK8,
Waltkk Moiilky, Prop,
There is only one place
in town to get a
If you are n stranger, ask
your neighbor, he will tell
W babk of (he Red Kiont
Drug Store. 4.15a wlro
Del Norte the famous pacer was ship
ped to Portland today from whence ho
will go toTacoma, where ho will be on
exhibition on July 2, .'I, nnd 1.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of ChaffC4&i
Make a specimty of nil kinds of
Sheet Steel and Galvanized iron
work rjofluK and KuttcrlnK, u fUii
lino of Pumps and pump llttlngs
Prompt work and reasonable prices'
Wo carry in stock tho Fairbanks
wind mill. Call und seo us before
l'IvIiik your order for mill or tank.
PROMT WORK AND LOW PRICES
The Geo, M, Beclcr
Always to the front with bpat
rates and policies In the leading
I); you want woric, or neod licit)
ofauyklnd? Apply at. once."
Proporly to rent. Heglstor
288 COMMKKGIAL STKKKT, SAW.M.
A nlco lino of goods and samples on
liiind, Suits $10 up. Pants $"
p, a pcrcct fit guaranteed, at
i 26 tf 140 STATU STItUKT
Premium on Warrants.
Any parties having Mnrlon or I'tilk ronnly
wurrunta to illipoM nf, will do well to rail n
thoollleeorhDKnnanroyinan, 270 Commrclal
rtrcet.wUh Holno A Ilntlcer. I will allow
I,'I",, V! ""." t""0'' Pi0!''!: cjHlorBC.1 . war
u. ..u.ui uuun i ni u njui i it rpiir int.
,ntirM.;,..l f. W.. "". 7 -"- "HVi
ii on .mni-i.voti icim
I VThUt) corner JUock,
Nil rt.mrnl..i1. m
70 Commercial mrcet
Is a beautiful dappled chestnut 10't
hands high, and weighs 1700 lbs. He Ii
a H)rtect nil purposo horse.
Will lie at Huffman's stable, Salem,
Saturday of each week in July and Aug
ust, and tho remainder of the week at
the Pair Grounds. Terms, $15.00 to in
sure. Also colts broken and handled for
8!eed. II. l$. I.utiikhtok.
All people are hereby notified that a
tax on Razors of. 25c for rotempering
is now on and can bo paid ut the shop
of .Sim II. White and Co. at HIkIi
street, oposito tho Court House.
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; Jones Lever Binder
""r'vvo"l!urei Pull tlio!LlKltUuniiliiK Jones Lever Hinder with tho ultl of
Lover Power ealer than thrco horses uuu i-uil other lllndors. U has tho
simplest and only sure Knottor known, uutn only one oord and wtutw lusi
vvlno than any other Ivitotlor.
Tha lxl vehicle luitdo, with uxlosof Itidlaiiu llluuk lllukury, spokes of
aqond Km wth Indiana Wit it. Oak. ami Hub treated Uy u patatji proeesa
which prcrontH ehcckluu. l),, oil tonked felhHwunil wide bjvel'fiiirie tires
wlilqh uiako the blgdetmker outwear any wngon on ourtli. -
j. aTaaJk jJVTVJ
s , , 4 j.j
Gar-Scott Engines and Threshers.
UiuKiualhHl for durability, convonlence.ofTotlvo power and tine workman
8 hip. A man who buys a Uear-Scotti onglno knows ho Is uottlne tho best In
IAi4C GatTy The best line j
of goods in the market.
JpNES LEVER BINDER AND MOWERS. THE CELE
URATBD STUDHCKER WAGONS, CARRIAGES, BUG
GI8S TRAPS, HACKS AN'D CARTS.
THE CANTON CUPPB.R PLOWS, DISC AND PEC.
TOOTH HARROWS, SUPERIOR DISC, HOE, AND
PKBSS DRILLS AND SBE'.DERS. WE CARRY EXTRAS
POR ALL THE ABOVE .MACHINERY.
Gar-ScottJUnd J. 1. Case threshing ma
chines and engines,
Call and see us whhnin want op farm aa-
caineuy and wh will save you money.
E. F. PARKHURST & CO,
Adjoining the Brewery, Salem. Ore.
te&&tihm&XtelVUJiiLm&kk iiU4lAWAJ.Ai iikv'i
Canton Disc Plows
Msule on scientific principles. No experiment. Has been thoroughly
tested aud will do lw work equally, well. In hard or soft ground, it will
w-w... .. "v- uhhid uu, uuu uu uuuuiu biiu Hum ui u uomiuou plow.
J5aaK V a"aaV
iiv,J!!ninn.(;ila!in ,Mo,,eris? maohlne of unrlveled simplicity. Longest
iWittn U0W,, ll,e worl'1-Unlike Oeared Mowers, It lias
"Kq 1,0 Jt Power." -3
Free from side draft
Free from cook wplnlit
.yp backing up to start in grasi. '
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CarrJa, CrtSl Surrics, Traps, Hacks, Spring Wagons, etc, la a hundred different styles. These goods are all the best of their kind STefy comptSot