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CAPITAL
vol. 1.
SAXvBIVI, OR., FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1SSS.
NO. 56
I'KOrKSSIOXAIi CAKDS.
NEO. W. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAV
(j and District Attorney. Onlco nt court
house.
Ramsey iungham, attorneys
K and Counselors t Law. Business in
file supremo Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
3riILM0N FORD, ATTORNEY AND
Counselor nt Law, Salem, Oregon.
rtlee, up stairs In I'atton's block.
H VW & GltEGG, ATTORNEYS AT
itm. Salem. Oregon. Offlco in Pattern's
ioek, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
c
h T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
X Law Olllco over Capitol National
Jja'nk, 2t9 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
T'AVrsPRIGGl7ATTORNEY AT LAW,
,1 Salem, Oregon. Offlco in England's
fflock Legal business of all kinds. Also
both lifo nnd flro Insurance.
ttt-M KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAAV,
W Salem, Oregon. Offlco with Tilmou
rlklnlMtton's building. Will practice
in nh the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land offlco business a specialty.
n.D'AR0Y,ArrORNEYANDCOUN.
I J sclor at Lnw, Salem, Oregon. Ilnving
nbtrnct of the records of Marion cpun
?v including a lot and block indox of Sa
lem ho lias special facilities for examining
titles lO lvui uauiiw.
XEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CAPITAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. O. G. T.,
meets every Saturday evening, n their
hall, second door north of Post Otllcc. G.
JM. KNIGHT. SCC. H. S. JOKY. W. C. T.
GEO. D. GOODHUE, WOOD DEALER
olllco with Geo. V. Johnson, 2!j Com
merclnlstreet. All kinds of wood fpr sale.
Sawed to any length desired. Cash must
accompany all orders
For Sale.
A .rrtrtjl irrin 1
for all uses, rrom ono to iuu cajmcu. nu
for tho low price of SGO. call at thoPftcillc
Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving Com.
pany's oillce. Salem, Oregon.
BENSON'S EXPRESS.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
cry Stable, corner of State and Front
sti ects, or on slate at corner State nnd Com
raerclal streets. Prompt attention and
norA vimitllltnfrl.
" b W. A. BENSON.
SALEM 13 ATMS.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
s
HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
anampooing nuuuy uuuu.
WEST BROTHERS'
EAT MAR.K.ET,
300, Conuucu'ial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hnnd, and delivered to
any part of tho city nt lowest living lates.
1'leas.o glvo us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
US-All hinds of fresh nnd cured meats
always on hand. Full wcightundasquare
deal nil around.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Fresh and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
SAUSAGE.
9-TUo CLEANEST kept market in tbo
city. Call and too for yourself.
McGROV & WILLARD.
H. W. COX,
Has constantly
on linnd a well selected
stock of
Boericke & Schreck's
p..
A NEATLY I'RINTED GUIDE TO BB
HAD UPON APPLICATION.
Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS
, Are the Purest and Rett. IL W. COX
u the only autlvorlzd agent.
3-0aU for the R. fc S. Homeopathic- Pre
parations and romp no other.
A. EX STRANG,
Td. not Qottimaraial Street,
SAIBM,
OREGON.
-BBALHK IK-
STOVESand RANGES
lTtW Gas id Siena PUttg
Tinware awl Artistic Metal Work
a Specialty. '
. lUrXManl for
U RirilARDtaON 4
Boprwjiroaw-
Homeopathic Preparations
NEW ADVlAtTISKMBNTS.
Grange Store
Salem Co-Opcrativo Association
P. of H.
-HKAT.K1W IX-
Choice Groceries,
Frovisions, Frurts,
and Vegetables,
Crockery, Glassware,
Butter, Eggs,
and Lard.
Alilv KINDS OK
Produce Bought!
JAMES AITKEN,
Manager.
126 State St.,
- SALEM, OR.
1VI. M. MEAD,
PRACTICAL CUTLER
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on tho alley, opposito Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
K.J. BABCOCK,
Cabinet Maker!
-AN
UNDERTAKER.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
Salem, Oregon.
AH kinds of Furniture mado to order,
A full lino of Caskets always on hand.
Just Arrived !
THE FINEST LINE OF-
EVER IN SALEM.
Full line of Centemorl Kid Gloves Just
received.
CHAS. CALVERT,
Balom, Oregon.
Si
Evaporated Apples,
Evaporated Peaches,
Evaporated Nectarines,
Evaporated Apricots,
Evaporated Pears.
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Dried Peaches,
Dried Apricots,
Dried Currants,
Dried Apples,
Dried Grapes
Oregon Pattt Prunes,
Imported German Prune,
Smyrna Figs,
RaWns,
Pwstan Datec,
Weller Brothers'
9U. oommercUl Wiwi
STRICKLER BROS.
-niuuoM :
STOVES AND TINWARE!
I!wfi wl Spouting a Specially.
tm-AX 14m oM (Und of Ben. SWOft Ooii-menMltneC
Mininery and Fancy Goods
m in Fruits
riNANCIAL.
First National Bank
SALEM, OREGON.
WM. N. TiADUE. President.
DH. J. REYNOLDS, - VIco President.
JOHN MOIlt, Cabhler.
GENERAL BANKING.
Exchange on Portland, San KrancUco,
New York, Loudon and Hong Kong
bought nnd sold. State, County nnd City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property nt
reasonable ratos. Insurance on Mich se
curity can bo obtained nt tho bank In
most rcllnblo companies.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTltOUITV,
SALEM, -
Capital Paid up, -Surplus,
- -
OREGON.
75,000
- - - 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. H. ALUERT, .... Cashier.
DIRECTORS)
W. T. G ray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
LOANS MADE
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or in store,
either in private graunrlesor
ipubllo warehouses.
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
COMMERCIAL PAPER
Discounted nt reasonable rates. DrnftH
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Sau
Frnnclsco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
1T7IT T in 0
W1LL1& N Ulllil
Real Estate Agents
Uuyand sell farms and city property.
A largo number of desirable farms nnd city
property now offering on roabonablo terms.
Klre Insurance !
Wrlto policies of Insuranco against flro
on nil clnvies of property in eight rollnulo
and wealthy Companion.
Brokerage !
Will nogotlato loans on real ostnto or per
sonal security on long or short tlino, and
ior largo or biuau sums.
STOCK FARM
FOR SALE or RENT I
530 ACRES
Woll watered nnd plenty ol timber. Two
houses and two barns. Good orchard.
Jlondow und 1GO acrou plow land. Klfly
head of cattlo with tho placo If wanted, nnd
horsosonough to run It. Within llvoinllus
of depot on tho O. & C. It. II. A bargain for
homebody.
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
PI. w. cox,
(Successor to Tho Port Drug'Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
FULL LINE
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Toilet Articles,
Perfumeries,
Druggist Sundries.
Physicians Preseriptioos anil Family
Recipes a Specially.
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
jMuTb Nat arm wit Qiwir In Um mar-
IL f. OOX.
m Auto Mfwt, SMnti.
DR.
GILBERT,!
THB BMINBNT '
Hotentiirt, nthrroloUt, phlclit and
urgeou, will open mi oltl In tht New i
Rank Hlouk. ui May Int. tor tut- Iroatiiu m
of all dlwaaea of women, uud all oiix-r i
cinxmic niw, ou strictly tiyrlfnlfauu iui i
Ural luillciuk-a. Madlml lAtlu.oxt iicll mid '
atatn4aDetim uattf. Cbarfea ulrunly
The Capital National Bank
Of
wwwt. AaanmuoKmt.muem,Mwtou. i
DISPATCHES.
LiEiilniK Flishes of What 1
at Large is Doing.
A (IAMB KUOSTEK.
Ho Attacks a Four Year old Iioy
Iullicts Fatal Wounds.
and
Hot Springs, May 3. Last Sat
urday tho four-year-old sou of Mr.
Stringer, who resides in this city,
I was attacked and bevercly spurred
about tho head and faeo by a gamo
cool;. Tho mother of tho child
heard its cries and quickly went to
its rescue. Tho littlo fellow was
bleeding from tho wounds inflicted
by tho spurs of tho gamo cock.
Shortly after tho mother deposited
tho littlo follow on a couch insido
tho house ho swooned.
Tho best medical skill in tho city
was summoned, but all to no avail,
for tho littlo boy wont into convul
sion after convulsion until death.
Tho caso has puzzled tho physicians.
Tho wounds were scarcelyjdiscern
iblc, but tho child suffered almost
tho agonies that usually attend that
dread malady, hydrophobia. Such
a caso has never beforo occurred in
this county.
Kuiployiuont SuimllorH Drought to
Grler.
Kansas City (Mo.), May 3.
Lacy & Co., who conduct an em
ployment agency at 1023 Main
street, and who display placards
wanting railroad laborers, brick
masons, etc., havo been reaping a
largo reward from "suckers," but
they met their "hoodoo" in James
Snodgrass, whom they had fleeced
out of 2 with a promiso of a job
with tho Randolph Coal Company.
Upon application ho found thoy
wanted no men. lie returned and,
with about ten others who filed a
liko complaint, had tho whole outfit
arrested. Thoy wero held in SOO
bail each. Thcro aro four members
in tho firm.
TELEGRAPHIC SPLINTS.
In tho senate yesterday Senator
Stewart Introduced a bill to execute
tho stipulations of tho now Chinese
treaty.
Gen. John C. Fremont, accom
panied by his wife and daughter,
aro making a short stay at San Jose,
California.
Tho sonato yesterday passed tho
bill to perfect tho United Suites
ouarantino sorvice. It provides for
additional quarnntino stations at
San Diego, San Francisco andl'uget
Sound.
Ilonry Peterson of San Francisco,
and "Win. Payno of Victoria, B. C,
havo signed article for a rowing
race, on Juno 2fl, over tho Victoria
couio, three mile and turn, for
$2000.
Attorney General Lw has been
in Omaha for a couplo of days in
vestigating tho title of tho Union
Paellic to lands hold in that city,
and claims to huvo found 1200,000
worth occupied by tho company to
which it has no legal title.
Kleilrk lllttera.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
electric bitters sing the suine song of
praise. A purer medicine does not
exist nnd it Is guaranteed to do all
that Is claimed. Electric bitten will
cure all diseAses of the liver and kid
neys, will remove plinnlea, bolls,
salt rhoum and other alleetlons
caused by impure blood. Will drive
malaria from the system and pre
vent as woll as cure all malaria tov
ere. For cure of headache, eonstliw
lion and indigestion try electric bit
ter Entire satisfaction guaranteed,
or money refunded. Price ISO eU.
and f 1.00 per bottle at J I. "W. Cox's
drugstore.
Dorklrn'i A rule Salre.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, brute-, sores, uleero.ialtrheuiu,
fwer nan, tetter, oimpped imnd,
ihllblalD, corns, ami nil akin erup
lion, and positively eun-s piles, -r
do pay required. It is guarantied
i" Ifive-jwfect satisfaction, or iikii
r.fundwl. Price 25 cents per Ij....
For sale by Dr. II. AV. Cox.
'II
Our Xew CMerjiiMlro.
Tho Chicago Journal (Republican)
discussing tho President's appoint
ment of Melville W. Fuller for chief
justice of tho United States supremo
court, says: Tho appointment will
bo approved most heartily by Mr.
Fuller's host of friends in Illinois,
where for over thirty years ho has
been in tho active and successful
practice ofhis profession in which
ho stands among tho very foamiest.
Mr. Fuller is a native of Maine and
is in tho very prime of his physical
and mental powers. No one ac
quainted with him personally will
question tho wisdom ofhis appoint
ment to the exalted position for
which ho has been named. His
continuation by the senate will be a
matter of course. In personal ap
pearance Mr. Fuller is unusually
handsome. His hair and mustache
aro silvery, and his features clear-cut
and intelligent. In stature ho is
short and slight, compared with his
futuro associates on tho supremo
bench. Mr. Fuller Is a man of lino
scholarly as well as legal talents,
and his ability as an orator has won
him tho title of tho Chauncoy M.
Depow of tho west. In politics ho
is best described as an old school
democrat. Ho was loyal in feeling
during the war, is a believer in tho
advanced doctrino of state rights and
an advocate of a simple government.
Ho is a member of tho protestant
Episcopal church, and has been
prominently identified with that
religious denomination, and con
spicuous in tho Cheney and other
famous ecclesiastical trials. Ho is
well known in Washington as a
practitioner before tho supremo
court. James W. Harlan, a son of
Justice Harlan, is In Mr. Fuller's
law olllco here.
A Yankee Trick.
P. North, of New Haven.
Geo,
Conn
, who has been at tho South-1
em, reiiiuri(e(i uus morning to a
morning
reperter: "Ono of tho shrewdest
tricks of wjiicii I ever heard was
recently practiced ou n dry goods
llrm of our city. Lato ono afternoon
a man, wearing good clothes, hut
apparently very drunk, staggered
up tho street and fell ngalnst a plate
glass window, breaking it to pieces.
Tho proprietor rushed out and de
manded payment. Tho drunkard,
hi it weak voice, replied that ho had
no money, but a search ofhis pockets
revealed a wallet containing ti $100
bill. This tho proprietor seized, In
spito of tho strong protests of tho
inebriate gentleman that it was a
counterfeit, and carried only
as a curiosity. Twelve
dollars was deducted as tho prlco of
tho broken window, and tho gentle
man who had succumbed to tho iu
lluencoof John Barleycorn, rcelcdoU'
with $88 in his pocket. On attempt
Ing to bank tho bill in tho morning,
tho teller throw itout as counterfeit,
thus establishing thodrunkard's rep
utation for veracity. The dry goods
merchant could do nothing, as h
had been told that tho bill was worth
less, and certainly had no right to
pay himself for any damagolnlllctcd
ou his store from tho pockets of a
drunken man. Ho therefore was
obliged to submit to tho loss of $88
and a plate glass window, while tho
drunkard, whoso Inebriation was
probably notontlrely eonipiolo, had
exchanged a counterfeit $100 bill for
$88 good money, and tho sutisfnot!on
of having gotten tho bust of one of
tho sharpost merchants In the Nut'
meg KUite." Ht. I-ouis Poat-DIs
patuh.
I.HTTHU MIT.
Following Is tho list of letters re
maining in the poitoillco, at Bwioin,
Oregon, April 35, 1888. Partiw call
ing for them will )mm sny "ad
vertised:" All letters published m uou-de-llvered
will lie charged with one
cent in addition to the regular
IKMtMge.
Andrews Alfred Boerner V
Champion CIms Davla Albert
Edwards A lew FIUger(l Miss IS
Feiiton Mary Gal log ly diaries
Jlnitoy Mr J C Jory Sir Jim Will
Murphy II U Nagl I'nuw
NwMtt Mrs M Keel Annie
Partrige Anility Ilandali Clwrles
8 tan ton II II Sdwftt- Mrs M P
Hkeeu Frank Snyder Edward
HinilhMm HmithJII
Whetstone Kam'l
W. II. ODELL, P. M.
ll'iimiit!on Iiu-untMr?
Head the follewing: Mr. 11.
Morris, Newark, Ark., shj-s: "Wna
down wjj;h abscess of lungs, and
friends and physicians pronounced
mo an incurable consumptive. Be
gun taking Dr. King's New Discov
ery for uuisuftiptlon, am now omny
third bottle, amiable to oversee tlu
work of my farm. It is tho finest
medicine over made."
JessoMiddiowart, Decatur, Ohio
says: "Had (lt not been for Dr.
King's now discovery foreoitsumpt
ion I would have died of lung troub
les. Was given up by doctors. Am
now in tho best of health." Try It.
Snnuiln hiiHIiv fmniiMI. T f.w-ia
drug store. m?
Callfunil.n, the land or Illtrotcrlm.
Why will you lay awake all night,
coughing, when that most eU'eotivo
and agreeable California remedy,
Santa Abie, Mill glvo you Immediate
relief? Santa, Able is tho only
guaranteed euro for consumption,
asthma andall bronchial complaints.
Sold only in largo bottles, at 1.
Three for $2.C0. 1). W. Matthews
& Co., 100 State street, Salem, will
bo pleased to supply you, and
guarantee relief when used as direct
ed. California Cat-U-Curo never
falls to relieve catarrh or cold In tho
head. Six months treatment, ?l
By mall, $1.10.
Mutlirrs, Head.
Tho proprietors of Santio Able
havo authorized D. W. Matthews &
Co. to refund your money if, after
giving this California king of couglt.
cures a fair trial as directed, It falls
to glvo satisfaction for tho cure of
coughs, croup, whooping cough and
all throat and lung troubles. Whoa
tho dlseaso ad'oits tho head, and as
sumes tho form of catarrh, nothing
is so eilectlvo as California cat-r-curo.
Tlieso preparations aro without
equals as household remedies. Sold
at $1 00 a packago. Three for $2.60.
California CaMt-Curc.
only KUaranteed euro for
Tho
catarrh, cold in tho head, hay fever,
roso cold, catarrhal deafnoHs nnd
sore eyes. Bostores tho sonso of tasto
and unpleasant breath, resulting
from catarrh. Easy and pleasant to
use. Follow directions and a cure is
warranted, by all druggists. Send
for circular to Abletlno Medical
Company, Orovlllo, Cai. Six
months' treatment for $1; sont by
mall, $1.10. For salo by D. W.
Matthews & Co. , 100 State St., Salem.
AVlmt Young illitiiliuvo to ftiill'or.
A Burlington young lady, who
used to bo quite a musician, but who
has been practicing steadily for tho
past six months ou a typo writer,
sat down to tho piano tho othor day
U) play for her lover, and was aston
ished (o llud tlialsho could ronder
nothing but "Dear Sir" and "Yourrt
truly." Tho young man was so dis
appointed that thoy weroobllgod U
adjourn to tho sofa. Burlington
Freo Press.
An AlHhjIute Cure.
Tho ORIGINAL ABIHTrNK
OINTMENT Is only put up In largo
two-ounce I in boxes, and is an
absolute cure for old sores, bums,
wounds, chapped hands, and ail
skin eruptions. Will positively
euro ail kinds of plies. Ask for tho
OlUGINAIi ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Sold byD. W. MatthowH
A Co., 100 State street, Salem, at 36
cents per box by mall 30 cents.
Bubsorlbo for the .Uwiisau.
The 'Tale Paw."
Till U the generic) designation of Uio
wlilia mue ImU)WO1 by niroitMJrooUrel
hrotlier, Hie "iiuIiIb navatfe." Tim Ohu
aulan, tlKHtcli nutny nluMlaa MgliWr, la not
neceawrlly iailltt. Hut when liU taillulo
lia tint lwraliineiiUdolurod tint, himI lib
uheka tlielmllownea intlioaUva of a want
of ImmIII)' slaiulna, hewll ileaervea tla
Mllatlii of "ll ftut." Tlieae Awlal 111
UhwtloM Jkul(l ituggoat a ixuuMof IIim
lUr' Htetiuwh Illtturn; an aukuowtalgo!
rehablllUtlor ol a tilling vtreugtb attUre
iwwvr of bodily ubntanoe. It Ulertvel
axiilualvaly from lMlauk aouroea It uure
and eltlelenu lu lnvlgoratlug action H
mti, Uiorougli and Mwdlly Mt. C'uu
tbo Ilka be aslil of iiumI tonlarp Hoaroc i .
Apitttlte, as vfH aa tbo ability to aaUaf- n
without ubavquuDt dlaouuifitrt , la i
newetl by It, and It emwtualljr ton H
Uvar and bowola. It fbrtiOea Ui ajwfc i
attttliMli materia and rbwimatlwa, and
rettHMUai aanroninaaa and klndrwt "i"-plaluu.
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