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SALEM, OR., TUESDAY, Al'RIL. 17, 1SSS.
s.v1 W KELT, .VllUll.M'.l At ji-vu
(j niid IJl-trlct Attorney. Ollloent surt
RAMSEY & MNG1IAM, A'lTOlINKYS
aiid Counselors at Law. liusincss in
.k H,,rfino Court u specialty. Salem, Or.
KORD, ATTORNEY AND
rntLMON ruuu, .iii'"""" '
f P Counselor at Ijiw, Mnlciii, Oregon,
Office, up stairs In Put ton's block.
...,,. .. uiiFfJO. ATTORNEYS .VI
K Law Salem, OreRon. Olllee In Patton's
bfooh7up "tolrs over Holt's ilniR store.
,-. T RICH VRPSON, ATTORNEY AT
Q Tr-... iVfflce over Capitol National
LtlW. OlliCt' inur loiinui .'imuuiii
Rink. 2W Commercial ran, o..cn., v.
r W 8PRIGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
I Salem. Oregon. Otllce In England's
hik & business or nil kinds. Also
both life and tire insurance
WW KAISER, ATTORNEY, AT LAW,
Salem, Oregon. Ottleowitli Tllmon
Kord InPatton's building. Will practice
In lili the courts of Oregon. Collections
made Land offlco business a specialty.
THE.'.BEST DR. GILBERT
Woven Wife Bed !
! II. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
V wlor ut Law, Salem, Oregon. Waving
an abstract of tho records of Marlon couu
tv including a lot and block Index of Sa
ten.lic "has special facilities forcxuinlnlng
title's to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Cone St., bet. Ferry and State,
nlLWINO, HAIK CUTTING AXI)
J5 Shampooing neatly done,
LADD & BUSH,
B A N K E RS;!(j
Salem, - Oregon, v
rruuxsArr a general hanking
1 business In all Us branches.
3110, Commercial St., Salmi.
SHOlCE STEAKS fc OTHER MEATS
constantly on band, and delivered to
j part of the. city at lowest living rates.
IIbim; give us your patronage.
ON THIS COAST!
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
l:B Fifth Street, Portland. Or.
For' sale by
IVI. M. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or,
PAEllAUS RLOOK, STATE STREET,
Scientist. imtliroiMiIogNt, physician mill
sjirgiHin. will open an ofllcc In the New
Hank Hlock.on .May 1st, Tor the treatment
or all diseases or women, and all other
chronic cases, on strletly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, owgen and
electro-magnetism used. Charge strictly
moderate. Address box 17iS,Salcm,OreKon.
KSTAHLISHKI) IIV NATIONAL ACTHOKITV.
TheCajiita! National Bank
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid op, .... $75,000
Surplus, ..... - - 9,500
It. S. WALLACE, . . President.
W. W. MAUTIX, - Vice-President.
.1. H. AI.HKKT, .... fishier.
W.T.Gray, W. W. Martin.
J. M. Martin, It, s. Wallace.
, .1. II. Albert,
' T. McK. Ilit ton.
Lislifuin!! Flashes or What the World
at torso is lloius.
A FISH STOKY.
SBXAT0I5 STAXF(HM) WOVT 1)0.
lit "Inch Profnmtv and dross Pre
varication are the Main Features.
tllg Sale or Tlmli.-r Lauds.
New York, April US. Vieo Presi
dent Oakexofthc Northern l'acitlc
says the sale f 80,000 iveres of ftjmbcr
luml in Washington Territory, with
in thirty miles of Tneonin, has been
consummated, tmil the papers will
be signed to-morrow. The transac
tlon involves the construction of
line from Tacoma to be known as
the Tiieoniii Southern, to cost $2,000,
000. The purchasers are C. W.
Griggs of St. Paul and H. E. Hewitt
of New Richmond, Wis., and their
Ah 'tnds of Furniture made to order.
ATuIl lino of Caskets always on hand.
ESTAHLISHKII IN 1S7H.
PACFFKJ CIDER. VINEHAK
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard,. Proprietor.
BTATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
OS-All kinds of fresh and cured meats
alwayson hand. Full weight undaiMiuarc
deal nil aiound.
The SALEM MARKET
IB COURT STREET.
Constantly on band, the best quality of
Fresh and Sail Meats !
And all kinds of
Fruit Preserving Co.
Cider Jelly, Curraul Jelly, Apple ami Tear
llutfer, Sweet and Cliainnagnc Cider, Cider
Syrup for )liucc Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain aud
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able, produce, consigned or in store,
cither In private granaricsor
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Car.
Discounted at reasonablo rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
1- nmelsco, Portland, Uindon, Paris, Ilerlin,
lloug Kong and Calcutta.
h! w. cox,
(Successor to Tho Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
Kf'tbo CLEANEST kept niaiket in tho
rity. Call and see for yourself.
McCROW A WIL1.AUI).
S-Oo to J, O'iKmald's shop on Hlgb st.,
Ktwwn CodVt and State, Salem, und get
"neof J, M. Coulter's patent Improved
lighten LaU(r raaJe In Oregon,
SAUER KRAI IT
A FEATURE OF 1V.S.
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS PATENT MEDICINES
For Svt Lldor, lc.ivis orders at Fac
tory Otllce, drop a Postal, or seo driver of
our delivery wagon.
We keep S-gallon kegs ank a-gallon demi
johns that are loaned to customers for a
term of six days. All orders proniptly
FOR SALE on RENT !
I'lMsieians Prescriptions and Family
lleeipes a Specially.
AUKNOY FOR THE CELEIIRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
tiii-TIic best fh,, cent cigar III the mar
ket. II. W. COX.
Ittl State Street. S.ilem.
Kelly's Old, Stan'd I!
ITAVINH PURCHASED THE lllVCK-
fl mlth shop known as Kelly's Old
tand, I will hereafter bo pn'pared to do all
la tho best stvlv known to tho tnido at
rt notlw. The bust of workmen em
Woyed, and ull work guarantoad to glvo
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Stund, Salem, Or.
H. W. COX,
oituuaitly m hand a well M-Jucttsl
Btericke & Schreck's
Well watered and plenty of timber. Two
houses and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Kilty
head of cattle with the place If wanted, and
horses enough to run it. Within Jlvo miles
ofdepotontboO.AC.lt. R. A liargaln for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
Salem Co-Operative Association, P. of II?
Choice Groceries, ' t
and Vegetables, .
A. K. STRANG,
No. !W1 COinTuerclal Sti-cet,
SALEM, - - OHKGOX.
UKAI.Ht I.N .
PluDiljiiiir, (ias and Steam Kilfinir..
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
O-Agent (or I be RICHARDSON ..V
HOYNTON COMPANY'S FiiruiHUs. E
tilbllshed In JS4!. .
" Live and Let Live Paint Stop.
and Lard. ,
All Kinds of Produce Bought.
120, Suite street, Hnlom.Or.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
P,,l DnmiftKft , iimiitlis' trwitmont for $1; wuit ly
benera ramters. ..n.i.iarii .!, .y i..
MattliouHst Co., 10t;KUitfSf.,Mil('in.
A Tciiipcriiiicc Lecture.
Atlanta, (On)., April 10th Yos
tonlity, imik-r tho oity law which
condomus to iinprisonmoiit nion a
third time couviotodordrunkoiincs,
Hugh Simpson wits sent to tho pub
lie works. Ho was at ono timoono
of the woalthiost nion of Atlanta,
having unlltnitod orotlit in all tho
itorthorn trado oontros. lh onco
mntlo 840,000 in a sliifrlo trado. His
fondness for tho oup, howovor, how
ever, led him away from business,
and now ho is it pitiable object, hav
ing long ago lost all ho had.
Kill. Ml -With it Ilase Halt Itat.
" Akron (Ohio), April 10. Charles
J I.olts, a merehant tailor, tills
morning iimrrelcd with his wife
over money matters. 11k' sent a
daughter out of tho house and club
bed his wife to deatli with a bull-bat
and then drowned himself in tho
Ohio ennui, half a mile distant.
. College, for IVoiueiu
.Montreal, April Kith Sir Don
ald .Smith Will give an additional
$150,000 for tho endowment of tho
Itoyal Victoria College for tho liigli
cr education of women, aud an act
of incorporation will lie asked for.
Sir Donald has already given $120,
000 for tho same purpose.
A Wcli'dinc to the New I'.istor.
It will bo remembered- that tho
ollleial board of thoChristianohurch
of this city being of the opinion that
tho pastor, Elder.!. W. Webb, should
not take any public part in prohi
bition work this year lost it .should
injure his or tho ehtlrch's inllueneo,
lie stepped down and out rather
than remain and prove any possible
einbarniKsnient. Elder 1. it. lUir-
nett, now acting as State Evange
list, of Monmouth, lias accepted a
call tot lie pastorate. The ladles of
the church will tender him a public
reception, in the, church parlors,
next Friday evening. All friends of
tho gentlemnrVgnd of the churcharo
cordially invited tn attend. After
singing, brief addresses and hitro
dtictions, refreshments will bo
served. Mr. Wqbb who has bj'on
filling the pulpit since his resig
nation, preached morning and
night, Sunday, and paid his stic
ccsMir a high compliment and, In
advance, bade him aud the uitureli
Tho only guaranteed euro for
catarrh, cold Iit'Uie head, hay fever,
j ro-e cold, catarrhal deufuoMS ami
j sore eyes. Kcstorcs tho soiise of taste
1 and unpleasant breath, resulting
from catarrh. ' Easy and pletisiiut to
us-, l''olluv directions and a cure is
I warranted, liy'ali druggists. Send
I for i-irciilar to Ahlctlne Medical
Comnany, Orovlllu. ( al. bix
Tho Statesman this niorning has
a tlsh story. It tells how Gov. St.
John and Elder .1. V. Webb went
llshitig on Saturday, to tho old Cross
place, now occupied by John West.
Tho owner was out, but the hired
man held the fort, whoso instruc
tions were to allow no ono to hunt
or tlsh on the premises. The vera
cious chronicler tells his story in
Tho vigilant eyes of the hired man
espied tho two great prohi apostles
down by their favorite element,
and, remembering his orders, lie
hastened to them, when tho follow
ing conversation, as near as could bo
gleaned by one of tho Statesman's
faithful reporters, ensued:
Hired man "Whatyodoln' here?
Git out! You can't llsli on this hero
Air. Webb "That's all right, my
dear man; this is tho Honorable
John P. St. John. Wo won't hurt
Hired man "It wouldn't make
no ditleroneo if ho was tho Honor
able John 1. Christ; you can't llsh
here; so git out!"
And they got.
Tito truth of tho story is as follews:
On the day mentioned a party con
sisting of ex-Gov. St. John, ltov. .1.
W. Webb with two of Ids children,
1. A. Karnell, Dr. Wyatt and Dr.
l'ort, seven in all, drove out to the
place mentioned to enjoy a little
rest in angling, Dr. Wyatt having
Hist obtained permission to visit
the grounds. On arriving at tho
entrance the hired man ran forward
to open the gate, hut Dr. Wyatt de
clined ills proU'erod services and tho
party drove in. Tho muii.lii charge
showed them where to tie their
horses, and treated them courteously
during their stay on tho grounds.
This statement wo have from three
adult members of the party.
Why such a foolish Ho should
have appeared in tho columns of
our coteni, we cannot under
stand, except that the writer
may have thought that tho
piece of profanity with which lie
closes ids story would raise a laugh
anmng the boys. lint does ho con
sider It good family reading'.'
How big a catch this party of pls
rittois returned to town with we
leave for themselves to tell. We
notice that Oil) is abundant on mu
st reots to-d'iy.
A liiiilroatl Magnate 1'iillt to be l'rrsi
ilent of tlm 1'iiitctl States.
The San Francisco Chronicle' of
tho loth believes Senator Stanford
an entirely unavailable man for pres
ident or the United Slates. It says:
It i, or should bo, a matter or sur
prise to every citizen or California
that tho question of nominating
Leland Stanford as republican can
didate for the presidency can even
lie seriously eonsidered. Of late,
however, much has been said on the
subject; but It is to bo noticed that
most of the enthusiasm, if thai be
the correct phrase for the interest
which ought tobo excited on the
subject, comes from tho democratic
party, which appear to bo quite will
ing that tho republicans should put
Senator Stanford's name at the head
of their ticket.
Rut there is an insuperable, a fatal
objection to the republicans accept
ing tho advice so kindly tendered to
them by the democrats, ami that Is
or Leland Standlbrdasa presidential
candidate. Tills hard assertion does
not rest on anything connected wltlt
personal or private life or eharaoter
of Senator .Stanford, which may bo
willingly believed to bo irreproacha
ble, but upon his connection with
tho Central and Southern Pacific
Railroad Companies and tho knowl
edge which he'iuust bo indisputably
presumed to have had as tho head of
those corporations, of their methods
and operations in California and
elsewhere. It would be hnpos.slblo
if t lie republican party wished it over
so much to segregate Senator Stan
ford, the railroad president, from,
corporations which ho has managed
so lone-, and It is hardly necessary to
Lsay 1 hat California would never bring
herself to accept tho railroad presi
dent as her candidate for the pros!-,
dency of the United States.
Cut IIU Thioat.
A. .1. ritowart, a painter of Cor-
A llooralnc Tuna.
Tho town of Independence, Polk
county, which lias been as "dead as
a door nail" the past two or three
years, is awakening from its sleep
and preparing for a boom this sum
mer. Arrangements have been
made for tho building of a
block between J. S. 'Cooper's
building and Dr. Lee's otllce,
Ing four Hue store rooms,
these stores will lie built an
houe, a tiling greatly needed in tho
town since (be one which stood on
the silo of tho proposed bulldlngl
uurueu in .i. jiio iirojeerorH or
this enterprise tiro J. S. Cooper, the
banker, Mrs. Win nail, milliner, and
Cooper A Connaway, dealers in
agricultural implhucuts. L. V.
Robertson, a capitalist, Is also talk
ing of replacing some of tile old
wooden shacks on, the opposite side
of the street with a tine brick. J.
Runt., late of Dallas, has erected a
foundry aud will eominonco operat
ing it soon. Preseott & Von cm liavo
started up their largo saw mill, on
which thoy have spent considerable
money in Improvements, Another
party named Montgomery, recently
from tho east, is negotiating for tho
purchase of ono of tho two grist
mills, with a view to putting in tho
roller process, etc. A prominent
huHiuoM man of IudeiMindoncu, who
,M PliKMK I'M'UT.
Huy and sell turrnf and city proerty.
,V targe ran
jmuerof durable farms and city
a sililn DnnnmmilAttn pWty "w otftriwipn rMlni.blj terms,
IHIUOXlllU I roilill UUU1I& r- .
1 l Kire lnUirntioe
PON APPIJl VTIO.V uuA waHUy IVHIlpuak.
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
Decorators. Vll, t,BIII1),W.,0 imiIIt huU-i.Iu j w,lH ' t1'" 'ty tiuy and ho
. ............ , , i.i , above information to our reporter,
m niiiiiiuy I'vuuiiiK "A niHiiig ins , ., ., , .
Kstlinateitpn all klnd-fof work in our Una throat; It is thought he cannot re
cover. Tho enuso Nanlgned Is dos
ponduiiey cniisod by i-Jekmv ami
cbwrfully'xlven. SiitlMhntlQU hii
Shon'Jn Old Court Houm on CSn
U rt kJhx-I,
ine B. & SfifiEPARAIIONS FJrokerage !
Suffer htt MMQtlbW P. I gfji'yon te or rtM tiw. nd
. IlkAI.KIM Ik-
STOVES AND TINWARE!
Hoofing aid Sptiug a iipccialt)'.
Wir Atnu old stanJ of IU. HimilK, 01
l'rrk OtHMli Urntlil.
For nice, frosb grm'eries, that can
le rolled on, we would recommend
our readers to oll on S. Karrar k Co.
These gentlemen spio no puinn in
their offortM to wipply their
customers with choice goods.
oxpn-ed himself as well phased
with the future prosj)oot of tho
town, which has jhismxI throtiKh a
slogo of duprossiou and stagnation
that would have, killed any town
with Its- natural advantuKos.
Tho Oregon Laud Co, Is whoop
ing it up, thoy made two more salos
of riMl estate on Monday.
rjutswlbc for tho Journal.
Sali:.M, April 111, 1S88.
Che (Jong and l'ong Gong Dick,
vs. Ii. R. Stearns circuit Judge of
tho Fourth Judicial District. In
this case tho court ordered that a
peremptory writ of mandamus bo
issued to the circuit Judge requiring
him to settle, sign and allow a bill
of exceptions as they appealed upon
tho trial of the etitioners before
him. Option by Stratum, J,
James Mitchell, respondent, vs.
Nelson Schoonover, administrator
of the estate of M. R. Ralrd deceas
ed. Judgment of the court belew:
aHlrmed, opinion by Strahau, J.
R. Vordler, rosp., vs. John Rlgne
et. al. npps. Judgment of the lower
court below, iiMblned, opinion by
State of Oregon, rosp., vs. V, 11.
Daly, upp. Judgment of lower
court afllrmed, opinion by Strahau,
J. H.'SteHjui, appTv" J. II. Hill
pthil.'r8ps, .Judgment of tiie lower
court itttlrmod, opinion by Thayer,
Meyer, Wilson it Co. iqqw. vs.
Thompson, Dollar! it Co. resps.
Judgment of the low ercouri reversed
and Hie case remanded for a iyiw
(rial, opinion by Thayer, J. Lord,
C. J. assenting.
Pauline Clark, upp. vs. Chan. 1)
Clink, et al. reos. J udgment ol the
court below alllrmed, opinion fty
Jove Kovem as lulmlnlslrator or
(lie estate of Johauah (ioodeliild
deceased a pp. Aps'ul from Laun
county, argued iiiph subytltted. J.
IC. Wberford ally for app., G.
W. Dorris atty. for rosp.
You are reeling depresed, your
appetite Is pisir, you aro bothered
Willi headtielie,1-you are (lihjoliy,
nervous, and generally out orsorts,
and want to brace up. Rraeo up,
but not with tUjiiulniitH, spring
iiiinIIoIiuw. or blliffW. which have
for tlieir ImsU very elieap, Ixul wlii
key, and which stimulate you for
an hour, and then leave you in
wowo eondltion than before. WliHt
you want is unalteiatlve that will
purify your blood, tart healthy
action of Liverand Kidneys, rwtoro
your vitality, and give renewed
lioalth and strength. Huuli u iiiimII
oluo you will Hnd In Kloelrio lilt
tors, and only 60 cenN a bottle at
11. V. Cox's drug wtore.