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SALEM, OR., MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1SSS.
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& BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
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i be Supreme Court h specialty,
,nv vnnn. ATTORNEY AND
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nt. Tjiw. na cm. ureEon.
Office. UP stairs In ration's block.
.ii W & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
fi"S sale"., ormm. Office in ration's
Sock up iulrs over lien's drugstore.
ST RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
iJw Office over Capitol National
Bank. Xb CommerciaStreet, Salem, Or.
T W "SPRIGGS. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
fflMk Legal business of all kinds,
bothllfe and Are insurance.
.1 Unlpm. urVKUli. -"v " "O"".-:-
KAISER. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
V silem. Oregon, omce wnn mmon
Ih i PuVmVWldlng. Will Practice
n all the courts of Oregon, wmecuons
made. Innd office business a specialty.
P Velor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
h, ihJtmctor the records of Mnrlon coun
fv "ndudingn lot and block index of Sa
lem he has special facilities for examining
title's to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
iTAVtvrs. HAIR cunxiNu akv
Shampooing neatly done.
LADD & BUSH,
BAN K K RS T
Salem, - Oregon.
rnRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
X business in all its branches.
DOO, Commercial St.,Slem.
nHOICK STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
, constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rotes.
Please give; us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
S-A11 kinds of 'fresh, and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and tisquare
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
9S COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Fresh and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
S AU SAGE.
J-Tho CLEANEST kept market In the
city. Call and see for yourself.
McCROW & AVILLARD.
Ladders, ladders !
3-Go to J. O'Donald's shop on High St..
between Court and -State, Salem, and get
one of J. M. Coulter's patent Improved
Lightest Ladder made In Oregon.
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
HAVING PURCHASED THE BLACK
smith shop known as Kelly's Old
htand, 1 will hereafter bo prepared to do nil
In the best style known to the trade at
short. nolle. Thn lwt of workmen em
ployed, and nil work guaranteed to glvo
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JABNIGAN,
Kenya Old Stand, 8alem, Or.
H. W. COX,
"DhtAntly on band
a JI selected
Bcericke & Schreck's
A NEATLY PIUNTKD OUIDB TO JIB
HAD UPON APPLICATION.
Tne B. d S. PREPARATIONS
, ire the Pureot d Bet- H- W. Cx
l- it .miy authorlwd agent. .
-ll for the a A a HomopsUle Pro-
Blacksmithiiig S Repairing
Woven 'Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
133 Fifth Street, Portland. Or.
For sale by
ML jVT. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on tho alley, opposite Minto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
All kinds of Furnituro made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on hand.
Established in 1879.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
Cider Jelly, Curraot Jelly, Apple and Pear
Butter, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrnp for Mince Meat, Currant Wine ol a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FEATURE OF 18SS.
For Sweet Cider, leave orders at Fac
tory Oillce, drop a Postal, or see driver of
our delivery wagon.
We keep&gallon kegs ank gallon demi
johns that are loaned to customers for a
term of six days. All orders promptly
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plenty ol timber. Two
bouses and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Fifty
head of cattle with the pluco if wanted, and
horses enough to run It. Within live miles
of depot on the O. S C. It. It. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
Salem Co-Operative Association, P.'of II.
All Kinds of Produce Bought.
130, BUite street, Salem, On
WILLIS & CIIAMHERLIN,
Real Estate Agents
Huy mid Mil fcrms and city property.
A luree number of desirable farms and city
propdh" XMr offWlnK on routonable terms.
Write poM I"M,m.w,fB,nfi tff8
on nlllWhifi of property In "tent rrilaW
and wUthy OmipiMiWw.
WUI neeottate loaoa oo real e or per
sonal reority on long or lwrtllc,Bd
for Uifte or mall hiib
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
surgeon, will open an otllce in the New
Rank Illpck, on May 1st, for the treatment
of all dlsea-.es of women, and all other
chronic rases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box lT(J,Salem, Oregon.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHOIUTY.
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, - - - - 75,000
Surplus, ...-.- 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, -' Vice-President.
.1. II. AL15ERT, - - - . Cashier.
W.T.Gray, W.W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace.
, J. H. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or in store,
either In private granaries or
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Ban
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Herlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THK CKLKRRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ftB.Tlie best II v! cent cigar in the mnr-
II. w. COX,
100 Suite Street, Hulcm,
A. E. STRANG,
No. aaj Commercial Street,
One and V'ifam li'ilfinnr
,, UUJ uuu uiiuu. . m,0.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
err- Agent for tho RICHARDSON &
BOYNTON COMPANY'S KiirnnceH. Es
tablished in 1&I0.
" Live and Let Live Faint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
All order will re4e prompt UntjiHi.
IfctlmatM m till kind of work in our line
alieorfullv elven. Sfttlfectloii Kiwmnt-el
Shop In Old
I (Vjurl Hou) on Court Mrwt,
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Itooficg au! Sfalig a ially.
-Attb old uu4 of Ha mrung. Cmfl-
The Capital National Bank
Drugs and Medicines
Large is Doing.
Former Prosperons Merchant Kills
Himself on the Street.
Chicago, April 14. In the
presence of huiulrctls of people, on
the busiest thoroughfare In Chicago,
Simon Rosenfeld, a. tmveling sales
man, stabbed himself to tho heart
with a penknife this afternoon and
fell to the ground dead. State street,
near Washington, the center of the
fashionable shopping district was
the scene of the tragedy. Rosenfeld
Is a member of a wealthy Detroit
family. He litis been unable to re
tain a position long for tho past two
years, on account of drinklne. He
had recently been at work for a
billiard-table company, and used
fifty dollars collected from a customer
with which to have u spree. As he
was standing on the street this after
noon a messenger brought him word
that the manager of the company
wished to see him, and it is supposed
Rosenfeld killed himself, fearing im
prisonment for his shortcoming-
llmjieror Vrederle'H Condition.
New York, April 15. A Herlln
cable reports a hopeful conversation
with Dr. Mackenzie about the
Emperor. He says he is not at all
certain that tho disease is cancer.
He never said so, and those who do
are surgeons not versed in throat
diseases. He thought that if the
Emperor had stayed at San Rcmo
ho would be far advanced in
recovery and that ho will now live
longer than was thought possible.
Tim latest medical repack about the
German Emperor isseriousenough to
divert some attention from the
Chancellor crisis. Extreme caution
marks the published statements,
but the doctor seems to think that
the disease is spreading from the
larynx to the trachea. The
Emperor 1ms never recovered from
the operation of tracheotomy.
Irritation and inflammation have
always been present.
I-lllu Kxcltcil Old1 Hoiiluii;ei'.
Paris, April 15. A World corres
pondent this morning paid a Hying
visit to Lille tho headquarters of the
Houlanger electoral campaign. Lille
isHoulanger mad. The usually sleepy
town is in the wildest excitement.
Postern and placards everywhere
declare that Houlanger is the savior
of France. Husiness seems com
pletely at a standstill. Handri of
men patrol the streets bawlingfor or
against the hero of the hour.
It is reported that it is most
probable that Floquetand Froycinet
will endeavor to placate-Houlanger
by offering him e vacant post of
chief of statl" under the latter,
which will make Houlanger virtually
again master of the army.
A Not.'d AVomuil in Decline.
Nkw York, April 15. Harriet
Heecher Stowe is failing. Her
memory grows daily more treacher
ous. There are intervals, not un
frcquent, during which she forgets
the names of friends, Ioqh track of
her own business concerns, and can
not speak accurately of events of the
past. In hur acquaintance witli
people whom she is known to
delight to honor, her condition Is
not unlike what Emerson became.
An authorized biography of Mrs.
Stowo will bo written by Florino
Thayer MeCray, whose house Is not
far from Mrs. Stowe's rosidoneo in
Cuiikllnj; Mill Improving.
Nuw York, April 14. Dr. Marker
in a bulletin says, "If ('onkling Im
proves as much In the next 'M hour
as he has done sinco my morning
visit, his uhaiicu for recovery will Iw
ratal I'Utol Arshtrnt.
Wooiihuky, N. J., April 16. Con
stable Yorlek'H pistol foil from his
pooketln the corridor of the Jail this
afternoon and futally wounded IiIh
wife. Hue died Immediately.
lightning Flashes of What the
A ltcbitfl' to lllMimrck.
London, Apr. 14, It is reported
that the Prince Regent of Havaria
intends making Alexander com
mander of tho second Hnvnrian ar
my corps, and at the same time to
give him a high position, as a mark
of feeling by that German sovereign
that royalty ought not to be bullied
by ministers even if they happen to
Fire ut llodle.
BoDiK(CaI.), April 15. The Rodie
hotel was destroyed by tire this
morning. Many of tho guests had a
narrow escape, a number being com
pelled to leap from a window. A
man named McCarthy was burned
to death. Several guests and lire-
men are hurt.
Still Very Sick.
Nkw York, April 15. Ex-Sena
tor Conkling's condition has not ma
terially changed. Tho patient is in
no immediate danger. He slept
most of the day and when awaken
ed to take his food did not refuse.
Tho Slorphliio Itouto.
Kansas City, Mo., April 15.
Frank C. Lutz, of 631 Walnut street
committed suicide late last night by
taking an overdose of morphine. Ho
was 39 years of age. Despondency
is given as the eauso of the act.
furniture Warehouse lSurnt.
Nai-a (Col.) April 15. The
furniture, carpet and eoftln ware
rooms of Weller & Son were des
troyed by lire this morning. Loss
Following is tho list ofletters re
maining in the postollice, at Salem,
Oregon, April 11, 18SS. Parties call-
inir for them will please say "ad
All letters published as non-delivered
will be charged with one
cent in addition to the regular
ltalley, A .1
Campbell, Mm Kll..
drey, Mbw Nettie
Holland, Thou I,
Ileatty, W A
HmiKalier, J W
Hoiily, .Mlhs Kinniu
I jtne, Jlcll A Jt
Ijirkln, Kred 2
MrttliewH, Frank C
HaviiKO, K II
Townt-und, ,Mr A
Wheeler, .Mrs Joslo
W. II. UUKMi, V. il.
Now U the Time
Now that the political campaign
is upon us it is a seasonable time
to subscribe for tho Capita i
JouiiNAii. It will contain full
reports of all political conventions,
meetings and elections, auda candid
discussion of tho questions at Issue,
and will bo delivered anywhere in
the city for 15 cents jwr week, or
will be sent by mall for $5 per year.
Leave orders at this otllce or with
the route agent.
An Abkolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL AIHETINK
OINTMENT N only put up in largo
two-ounce I in boxus, and is an
absolute cure for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will jHwitivoly
cure all kinds of plies. Ask for the
ORIGINAL AHIETINE OINT
MENT. Sold byD. W. Matthews
& Co., 100 State street, Salem, at 25
cents per box by mall 30 cents.
Ilui-klfn'i Al'Dlra Saltf.
The best salve In the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fover sores, fetter, ohapjcd hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin uriiH
tions, and positively cures piles, or
no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
rouiuucd. rrico a-i cuius jwr
For sale by Dr. II. W. Cox.
Oul) one More Wrli
And tho removal wilo and your
chances forospcclal bargains In boot
and slim at Stalgor Hron.' eJoo.
Don't fall to call.
A. Strong & Co. are selling out
their large stook of Key Woht Im
ported cigars at cost.
Subscribe for the Jouhnai-
THE KJIKIIAIjU LAND.
a California Jtmrneyist Discants
on the Charms ol Oregon.
It is greatly to the Interest of Cali
fornia to have a large population in
Oregon and Nevada. Oregon must
supply us soon with important and
necessary commercial productions
which we will cease to create for our
selves. The two states will be tribu
tary to eacli other, generating a mu
tual prosperity. Oregon has a cli
mato soft and salubrious by contrast
with that of the East, and soil that
is unrivaled for standard crops.
There is plenty of arablo land, ma
jestic timber, mineral resources not
half developed, and above all tho op
portunity to buy at moderate fig
ures. These allurements are not
lost upon tho rest of tho country,
and backed by u hearty welcome to
the-new comer, they will speedily
second what nature has done for tho
founding of a great American com
monwealth. Joaquin Miller's characterization
of Oregon as "the Emerald Land"
has been seized upon by the Eastern
press, for It Implies a land where
grass grows and water runs, and Is
associated with verdure and foliage,
with sun and shade.
All tastes are not tho same, and
it is a happy promise of the symmet
rical development of these coust
States that their good qualities so
complement each other as to be at
tractive to a great diversity of tastes.
In climate they run from dry to hu
mid, and in productions they cover
the great area between the two ex
tremes. The men who traversed the long
Oregon trail forty years ago wero
tho pioneers of a great civilization.
They wero to the Argonauts who
made early California what the ad
venturous settlors in the Wyoming
Valley and along the bluo Juniata
were to the commercial Knicker
bockers who settled New York.
We speak of the middle states now
as a group allied in interest and pro
gress working out the same destiny
and greatly Interdependent. Tho
Pacific states are to be another famlr
ly group like that, with a population
which will balance the census of tho
two sides of tho continent. There
fore, we say to the Immigrant: "If
you don't see what you want In
California, ask for it in Oregon; and
if you don't see what you want in
Oregon, ask for It in California or
Tho motto of California means, I
havo found It. Only in that land of
sunshine, where the orange, lemon,
olive, fig and grape bloom and ripen,
and attain their highest iwrfcctlon
in mid-winter, are the herbs and
gum found, that are used in that
pleasant remedy for all throat and
lung troubles. Santa Able the ruler
of coughs, asthma and consumption.
Messrs. D. W. Matthews & Co., 10(5
State street, Salem, havo been ajv
pointed agents for this valuable
California remedy, and sell It under
H guarantee at $1 a bottle. Three
for $2.50. Try CallfornlaCat-K-Ciirc,
the only guaranteed euro for catarrh.
$1, by mall 51.10.
Iks I'arrl-h Horn Risl.
Miss llallli) Parrlsh, tho well
known and popular vocalist of this
city, left this morning for Grand
Rapids, Michigan, whore trim will
mibalriy remain a year, making her
lonio with an aunt while she prose
cutes her musical studios. She may
possibly go to Boston to complute
hor education nciore sue returns.
MIsh Purrish will ho greatly missed
from Salem's social and musical cir
cles, and hur many fi lends hero
wish hur a pleitMintstay In the East,
and will look torwarri to her return
homo with pleasure.
The only guaranteed euro for
catarrh, cold In the head, hay fever,
row cold, catarrhal riotifnu) and
sore eye. Restores the scute of tato
and unpleasant breath, reuniting
from catarrh. Kasy ami plotwniit t
use. Follow directions and a cure 1
warranted, by all druggist. Send
for ilrculur to Abluflue Medical
Company, Orovlllo. Cal. Six
months' treatment lor $1; wilt by
mull, $1.10. For sale by I). V.
Matthews Co., 100 State St., Salem.