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EVENING CIAPITAL JOURNAL
" TUESDAY, AP1UT, 3, 1888.
" wut Constitutes a Family Medicine?
nreparatIon which is adapted to
uf nnd cure of ailments to
the relief and tu
wlnC" ,"t nml which is not only
,M,lrfi memuera " ..--
Ttd to do this, but has long and
alleged to do u to do
, flo this, b
.:iiinU- nroVCU 1W mm,y
Jluredly deserves the title of a
it'.a?," L,,llv medicine. Among
S honored preparations, which
irience ami the sanction of the
Sdical profession indicate as dcsen-
fHostetter's Stomach Bi ers a
Medicine adapted to thoeradleation
the three most frequently oc
nenved from a botanic parentage, it
Ji efficient as well as pure and whole
"mc It relieves nervous disquiet
ude and inactivity of the kidneys,
and counteracts a tendency to rheu
matism. For renewing flagging
treneth and imparting appetite it
can bt implicitly relied upon. Fever
and ague, rheumatism and debility
are remedied by it.
County Treasurer Giesy yesterday
iH off interest bearing county
warrants amounting to $3,
i on Sheriff Minto has just com-
,4.i i,n flnllnniiont tax roll of
Marion comity, which will bo sub
mitted to the county court to-morrow
morning. Out of $125,497.04,
only $10,247.97 is left on the delin
quent roll, and $1600 of this will be
paid off in a day or two. This is the
smallest delinquent roll ever turned
over, and Sheriff Minto informs us
that all but about $2000 will bo col
lected before July 1st. Comment is
On a Sad Mission.
Claude Gatch left yesterday for
Seattle, having been called there by
a dispatch stating that his brother,
Leigh, was very low with con
sumption, and liublo to die at any
hour. This sad newB will be re
ceived with sorrow by many friends
of the dying young man in this city,
where he spent many of the early
years of his life and where the en
tire family formed ties of closest
Farmers in the vicinity of Jack
son Hill will meet Thursday to take
steps towards organizing a creamery
association. J. M. Wagner and G.
G. Glenn are working up the project.
The creamery question will be dis
cussed bv Salem Grance at their
meeting on Saturday.
The Shaw Estate.
The estate of Angus Shaw, deceas
ed, which was filed for probate last
Saturday, has been admitted to pro
bate wijh Mary J. Shaw and John
A. Shaw as co-executors. The es
tate is valued at $10,000 and the will
provides that It be divided equally
among the heirs.
New Lodging House.
Wm. M. Sargeant and wife have
moved into the Reed house, which
will be remodeled in a few days,
when they will assume control of it
and conduct it as first class lodging
house. Mr. E. T. Hosford has taken
possession of the house formerly
occupied by Sargeants.
The old shell of a building former
ly used as a butcher shop on Liberty
street, near North Mill creek, fell in
last night and a part of it now hangs
over the side-walk to the imminent
danger to passers-by The- street
Commissioner should see that it is
How She Spelt it Clerk (to young
lady who has purchased n pair of
gold sleeve-buttons for her fiance)
Any Initials, Miss? Young Lady
yes, I forgot. Engrave the
letter U, his first name. Clerk Alt,
may I ask, Miss, if it is Uriah or
Ulysses? Names with U are rare.
Young Lady (proudly) His name
is Eugene. Philadelphia Times.
The foreign wheat market Is Arm but the
lWll. . . . . .. .. . ...
vi luurKei is inactive. Tjicro is scarcity of
butterand ills in good demand at fancy
wWl!lenJ-uo,0 vn"0 ?1.V?!1.2 ; Walla
w,aJlu, firm. Sl.Gei.7K.
itets SInrket Ann. Quote VnUc
.IWVulley Htandonin quoted at Jl.00,
S?"1?"" Walla brand SU3.7S, nuperi
tolu Italed timothy quoted at $10317 per
Ked-iiran, per ton, 1618 ; Bhort 18A
JJ : chopped barley, tsfes per ton.
to5rtfcl"rln5, Pr ctl. 51 ; ground per
lo.B$uol c8" Pr iupd.
, rd Kegs, or 5 gallon tins, 8Hc ; palU,
Kotler-Cholee dairy, 3086o per lib.;
Jltry-Quota ahlclcenn. SUOgAH) wto
S"i.i "uk, a.uuuv get o&v : tur
j .1 nuiMra. .-xia.im
Kc per pound.
idr ; 18c per lUzen.
hkVl.lr.na nu.. ll- l s .
"V ; houider 6c7
HACKS -:- AND
Scriber :- and : Pohle.
CREATES many a new business.
KNLAKGES many an old business.
ItEVIVES many a dull business.
RESCUES many a lost business.
SAVES many a failing business.
. PRESERVES many a large business.
1 SECURES success in any business.
IX THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY
Merchants in Salem
Who wish to reach out for and secure tho magnificent Country Trado
which can be brought to Salem from every nook and corner of
Marion County and from tho greater part of Polk
County, should advertise in the
ily Capital Journa
An advertisement in tho Daily reaches the town people ;
but the Weekly edition
Catches the Farmers!
For terms, apply to
CAPITAL JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO.
Send for Ctrcutdr.fll KrlO 9.--
SOLD AND UUARANTEED BY
W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
1O6 State St., Salem, Or.
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Depot,
A fine lino of lincks, biigpie-i. carls, car
riages, buckbonrds, etc. ltotli our own
make nnd the best eastern iiinilc buggies.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBJNG and HORSESHOEING.
Gill on the undersigned, wagon nnd car
riage milkers nnd blacksmith VU2 SU nnd
2S3 Commercial street, Salem.
WILL II. PARRY, Manager.
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it'
dies are Klvlnc mitlHfactlon, and u cuk-
tomcr with IlroiicliItU says It Ih the only
remedy that given Instant relief.
HKllllKM, A COVEII, DrUgKlstH,
H..n " tho pleasure to Inform
dVC you that your Preparations are
meeting with largo sales. Wo hear
Nothing but Praise &BnSS
NAN8CAWK.N A t'o Druggists,
That It will aecompllHhtheenddPslred
In all atrectlons of theThroat and Lungs
k,. ,J and you not only will not be
Will without It yourself, but will
recommend It to others, as thousands
have done, who have tried everything
else In vain. Monuy Is no object where
Khcfto.i5 !SS Convince You
trilling sum of one dollar oin purchase
n remedy that will stand between you
and ono of the most dreaded of human
Circulars sent frte,contalnlngdetalled
Is prepared only by the
ALCO., Oroville, Cal.
Ohovk.r Cleveland.... ........President.
Titos. K. Ha Attn .... Secretarv of State.
V''-'s- KAiKriiiLii, Secretary of Trmivurj
. T. Vilas . . .Secretary of the Interior.
J;.MAc.bN,,ITOTT Secretary of War.
. C. U iiiT.NEV Secretory of Navy.
D. M. Dickinson l,t Mntcr (leneml.
A. U. Oahland Attorney (.lenernl.
SIohiuson H. Waitb ChlerJustlce.
State of Oregon.
J. H. MITCIIKLL f
r. S. Senators.
lliNOKii Hkumann Congressiunn.
Svi.VKsrEii I'knnoyku (lovertior.
SJE?.-. " McllninK ..Secretary of Slate.
u. . wkiiii State Treasurer.
K. 11. MrKl.UOV Sunt. lnli. Inulnictlnn.
FitANK Kakek State Printer.
U.O. STltAHAN 1
Wm 1. uiisn . Supremo .ludges
. W. THVYE11...I
Third JaJlrI.il District.
It. I. IIoise ludge
Geo. W. Hklt l'msfcuttng Attorney,
M. It. CHAMHEItLIN- )
J. A. I.OONEY
J. It. DlMICK
J. T. OitKno
D. J. l'KNDLETOX
A. M. IjAFOLLETTK
W. H. COLVEU
C. F. Hicks
M. N. CHAPMAN
nKnimi-"f ArV 11..l..1t. r'lnrlr
John jfiN-ro.. Sherlir.
Ed. Ckoisan Deputy Sheilif.
August Giesy TreuHiirer.
T. C. Shaw County Judge.
Qroiioe A. Peehlks ScIllX)! Supt.
u. i'. Litchfield Sheep Inspector.
City of Salem.
Wm. m. Hamsey Stayor.
i.. a, .uuiii isi warn
Pekky Kaymond 1st Ward.
J. J. Shaw 2nd Ward
C. LAFOUESnd Ward
.lAl JIinto 3rd Ward
W. W. Skinneu Srd Ward
Nks. Hush Jth Ward
O. N. IIUTTON4th Wiml 1
J. Stihcklek Recorder.
James Ross. Marshal.
W. T. Hell Treasurer.
Geo. O. Hinoiiam Attorney.
J. C. Thompson Sup't of Streets.
C. N. CiiuitciltLL Chief KnglneerS. F. D.
V. S. Olllcers.
Jas. Walton U. S. CoinmKsloner.
Joseph Aliieut Signal Service Observer.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon Development Company's Steam
223 MILES SHORTER 20 HOURS LESS TIME
than by any other route.
first-class Through Passenger and Freight Line
from Portland and all points In the
Willamette Valley to and
from San Francisco,
Willamette River Line of Steamers:
The "Wm. M. Hone." tho "N. S. Ilcnt-
ley," the "Three Sisters," leave Portland 8
a. m. Ilondars. Wednesday and Fridais. from
Messrs. Holmnn A Co's dock, 200 and 202
fTOiu mreei, lor urexon uiiy, iiuiioviue,
Chamdoeg, Salem, Independence, Albany,
Corvallls, and Intermediate points, mak
ing close connection at Albany with trains
oi mo ureeon racine Kaiiroaa.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays):
Leave Albany 1:00 PM
Lenvo Corvallls 1:47 PM
Arrive Yaqulna 0:50 PM
Leave Ynqulnn &S0 A M
Leave Corvallls 10:38 A M
Arrive Albany 11:15 AM
O. & C. trnins connect at Albany nnd
Tho above trains connect nt YAQUINA
with the Oreeou Development Cos Lino
of Steamships between uqulnn and Smi
FltO.M SAN FRANCISCO.
Monday, Mar. 12
Thursday, Mar. 22
Tuesday, April 3
Satuday, Mar. 17
- Tuesday, Mar. 27
- - Sunday, April 8
This company reserves tho right
cnange sailing uiues wiuioiu nonce.
N. II. PasseugorH from Portland and all
Willamette Volley points can make closo
connection with tho trains of the
YAOUINA ROUTE nt Albany orCorvallls,
and If destined to San Pninclsco, should
nrrango to anivo at Yaqulna tho evening
before dnte of salllnc.
Passenger ami Freight Kates Ahv.i the
I-owest. For information apply to Messrs.
HULMAN & Co., Krclght and Ticket
Agents 200 and 202 Kront st., Portland, Or.,
C.C. IIOaUK, Ac't Gon'l Krt. A
Pass. Agt., Oregon PacltloR. R. Co.,
C. IL IIASWKLL, Jr. Gen'l Krt; &
Pass. Agt. Oregon Development
Co., ISO I Montgomery St.;
San Francisco, Cal.
Overland to California
Oregon k California Rail Road
THE MOUNT SHASTA HOUTH
Time Betneen Salem and San FranclMo
CALIFORNIA I:XI'JIKH.S TKA IN DAILY'.
Portland Ar. I 10: W a. in.
Salem Lv. H::a. in.
Han Knin. Lv. tl:.'p. in.
J.-OO p. m.
tiHO p. in.
7:W u. m.
LOCAL I'A&SKNdKH THAIN -CK1T
( PA ILY KX-
8.-00 n. in.
H:V v. in.
I&fi2 p. in.
y,-(X) u. in.
12:10 p. m.
PULIiMAX BUFFET 8I,EEI'EKS.
Kxcunilon Hleenoru for gecond-clim nntf
hengen on all through trulim free of
Tho O. A C. Ilallroad ferrj' iiinkc con
nectlon with ull the rcgulur trulnx on tho
Kat Hide DivUlon from fixit of F Ktreet,
West Side Division, Between Portland
BAILV (KXCKIT HUM1AV).
7Su. ni. f Iat Tortluhd Ar." 0:18 p. m".
lisas p. m. I Ar,CorynlllnI.v. JOO j. in.
M'MINNVILI.K KXVHHhH TIIAIN (1UII.Y
iiB p. III.
"Cv. I'ftrtland-A r.
At Albany and CorvulIU connect with
train of Oregen rucirle ltallroud.
Kor full Infornuttlon rewarding nttmi,
mapa, etc., apply to the Company agent,
E. r. BUUEIUi,
It. KOKHLKIt, O. P. and I'bm, Ajft.
PHOHIBITION COUNTY TICKET.
T W DEAVENPOUT,
II S JOKY,
.1 I) DARHY,
J O EIJEUHAHT,
W I HAY,
VI ROIL II HEAD,
W P JOHNSON,
W T VAN SCOY,
J D HURST,
V A FORI),
V R MxVGERS,
Our Immense Stock of Goods is
NOW -:- ARRIVING
Direct from the East !
The Largest and Fiuesl Slock of Carp''
Ever Brought to SALEM
NOW PI KRIS
STILL ARRIVING DAILY.
fiar CALL AND EXAMINE.
LUNN & BROWN,
Cor. Commercial and Stuto Streets.
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered ami plenty of timber. Two
nniiMM mm iwii minis, uixm orcnurii.
Memlow mill in) ncruK plow Intnl. Fifty
head of cattle with the pliu-o if wanted, and
lioi-KCH cnoiiL'li to run It. Within live nillcH
of depot on tlioO. AC. It. H. hargaln for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal,
HORSESHOEING ! !
All til" Improved lnetliodM of nIiooIiik.
KluipliiK nIioon, to cure diKuniiuH of the foot
anil for the correct Ion oi faulty action, con
traction and Intcrfurlni;, uxed. I Hiiiiruutcn
MitlHfactlon In all cnxo. Itefer to any well
Icnown liorNeinau in OieKou,
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horsesliocr,
"M Coiiiinerclal Ktreet, Salem, Or.
Salem Co-Operative Association, P. of II,
All Kinds of Produce Bought,
l'JJ, HIato Nttect, Halem, Or.
Just Arrived !
TUB FINEST LINE OF
EVER IN SALEM.
full line of Centeineri Kid (Jloe Jut
Tii! CH.iOHICLE BOILDIM.
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Address all orders to
M. H. dk YOUNG,
Proprietor 8. V. Chronicle.
A Multitude of People
A-o dully (locklnK to KKI.I.KH A fcONH,
Thy UrxK-crH, unci milking purohiihPH from
their lartro stock of kooun. In tciiH nnrt
collW'H you can buy 11 lino article, whllo In
KiiKiiin you can not uxtm C, I'ltbo, ssrauu.
luted, iKwilcrctl or
Wo nro suro wo can pIpiiko you In price,
quality and iiimntlty. Coiivlnt'o jonrwlt
by lonvlns 11 Mimplu order. Nearly overy
A FRBIGPIT TRAIN
Comes nteiimiiiK InloKalem 11111I lint nioro
orkHSKoods for us. Wo keep uerytlilmr
In the Kiorory, eioekery and kIiihvmiim
1 1 up. wlii'ii tilt) prleu of any article.
Wo plo you tho hencllt. Our ntoclc'ls now
complete. Wo have a room
Ily ITi, which Is filled with new stood
throiiKhoiit. (llvo us u call.
KELLER It SONS,
Soccialta in Fruits
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
201, CommeroiKl Htrwt
T KAVK OHOKltH AT IVNCrH UV
J J fry HUihle, eonier ofHtiito nnd Krout
utrveU, or on (dote at coriiHrHtaleund Com
mvrelal strwts. Prompt attention and
W. A. ll&SHON.