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VOL. l.' SALEM, OR.,
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Wp:dnesdXy, MAY 23, 1SSS.
EOAV BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
nnd District Attorney. Office at court
BVMSEY & MNGIIAJl, ATTORNEYS
nml Counselors at Law. Businoss In
tne Supremo Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
mILMON FOItD, ATTORNEY AND
I counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon.
Office, tip stairs in i-aiion s uiock.
riHYW GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
S ijixw.'Salem, Oregon. Office In Patton's
block, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
I T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
Law. uiiico over tjupiioi r.aiionai
fi'nk. 210 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
tM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
c.Ia in Patton's bulldlnr,
Snlem, ureson. umcc wuu rumou
n ilm murts of Oreeon.
mad? Land olllce business a specialty.
PH. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND coun
selor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
on abstract of the records of Marlon coun
ty including a lot and block Index of Sa
lem, lie has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
TX ST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
H repairer. All ' work warranted.
Lbie orders at T. JIcP. Patton's book
store. State street, Salem, Or.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
sun-eon, will open an office In the New
Bank Block, on May 1st, for tho treatment
of all diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on btrlctly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
Residence for Sale
Willis & Chamberlln have a desirable
house and lot, most eligibly located on
High street, first block north of Court
House, for salo at $1850. A good opportu
nity to secure a. homo In a convenient
A good iron frame Horso Power. Good
for nil uses, from one to full capacity.
All for tho low price of W. Call at the Pa
cific Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's office. Salem, Oregon.
1(3 acres, near Prospect. hill, 7 miles, by
ngood road, from Salem, 113 acres In culti
vation, bnlanqp in timber. Well watered,
good S1000 house of 8 rooms, moderatobarn,
well at the door ; all fenced and a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen ncrcs seeded to
pasture grass, and 97 acres Ingrain. Pur
chaser can have liberal terms to harvest
PRICE $4000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to tho farm and save agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
FOR SALE 288 ACRES,
225 In cultivation, 30 acres good timber, bal;
aneo pasture: 100 acres In fall wheat, 2j
acres In oats, and 30 in potatoes. House,
barn, orchard, etc. Two miles north of
Salem, may bo divided; price, $50 per acre,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTOItFF,
Cor, State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
Willis & Chamberlain.
0 acres, 3 miles from Salem, highly
cultivated --- S3000
4 lots, good houso and barn, Last Sa-
5 lots, llnoly situated . 1700
MX) acres, 23 miles from Salem, well
improved, can bo divided Into
or four tracts ,iu,uuu
200 acres, 8 miles from south of Salem,
fair lmprovememonts.tluo timber
and water ---- J"1
lblockofland,3housos,ront for $12
each, pays Interest on $1000 3000
SO acres by, miles houth of Salem, fair
Improvements - 2330
5 acres, adjoining city limits, In
1 lot, good house and barn, adjoining
court house block .-.-- 1?S0
1 acre, Salem, new house and barn,
plenty or small fruit ... 2000
The foregoing Is but n partial list of the
bargains we linvo to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
Largest Stok in the State, Best Discount.
Send for eatalogua. Call for prices for Job
Printing lQWtln Oregon.
E. M. WAITE, Salem, Or.
i m mi HI' II ""'P' "i
STOVES AND TiNWARE !
Roofing and Spooling a Specially.
At the old stand of nen, Strang, Com
mercial Street. .
" FOR .BARGAINS IN
ROTAJvf & WHITNEY.
Stele Street, Sale 0rege.
Having bought oat tho rwaalBdw Jtftbe
cblr fiuHoryi Hook, we are PHKS2J?
ell chairs lower than any house In Oregon.
Cash Grocery Store,
ISAAC S. STEINER, Proprietor,
v State v St., v Salem.
.A;filll stock ot.
Groceries, Canned Goods, Fresh Vegetables,
Etc. Just received a nice article In
New-:-Orleans -:- Baking -:- Molasses.
Specialties in Froits
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
201, Commercial Street
The Reliable Grocers,
KELLER & SONS,
Arc Still on Top,
Renewed Life !
Increased Patronage !
New Goods !
Join the procession nnd send in your
orders we will treat you line.
Everybody speaks in prnlso of our canned
goods. Thoy cannot bo supassed In quality.
Look at our display windows as you pass.
They are tilled with delicious things.
For the Ladles : Call nnd examlno our
1 Jibor-Saving Carpet 8 weepers four sly los.
Feather dust ers always In stock.
Jamaica Bananas, direct from Now York
Big follows and very Juicy.
KELLER k SONS,
SALEM 13 ATMS.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Forry and State.
CJ HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
Shampooing nontly done.
I . UAf
SXW nit ukcuia
uni pti 1 1 p ktrriL f
Prf- UAf Jf&r
V-. -"Ot . y x
T1 AVE YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which does not get batter? Have you n ex
H aaiv Rflnrfltlon of mucus matter In the naval rxttoHKe? Are yem troubled by
tTT.L-inir liniliinc. weak and Inflamed eves,
H..,....--r-"r.r l. l..n..l..:.nn.
imireU dullness or fllizlne of the head, dry
sense of smell? Isyour orMiuiouiT ubo,
symptom, othere only a part.
in 1116 Olir IllUrOUr lt3Bfl IlllflUlllIltUll'Ul IU0 IHXtllUK (WW Ul qillVII, JJHMHU ,
Restores t ha sense of tante and smell, removes bad Usteond unpleacant breath, result
lnir from CBtarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow directions and a oure Is guaran
teed by I). W. MATTHEWS i Co.
CAPTAIN CHARLEB I DIMON, of New York City, formerly speetal agent of the
Phoanlz and Home Insurance Company at Sun KraneJeo,Ca!..ay "I Jmve been
troubled with Chronic Catarrh for twenty years. A friend In woodland, Cal., recom
mended your California CAT-it-cuuK. I proouroeu ajar, having nut iiuieiaun in in
ouratlve properties; bnt I must say, aHer using three Jars, I am cured of that dlgustlng
dUease. Ineid nnd (5 for which send me California CAT-It-CUUB for some friends,
who are sufferers."
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
lp6 StateSt., Salem, Or.
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Depot.
First National Bank
WM. N. LADUE. . . .
Kit. J. REYNOLDS, -JOHN
MOIH, - - -
- - President.
- - - Cahier.
"Exchange on Portland, San Franeleo,
New ork, London and Hone Kong
bought and sold. State, County nnd Olty
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
Invited to deposit nnd transact business
with us. Liberal advances mmlo on
whent, wool, hops nnd other property at
reasonaDio rates. Insurnnco on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank In
most rellablo companies.
ESTAllLISHKD 11V NATIONAL AUT1IOI11TY.
ThcGapiial National Bank
Capital Paid up, - - -' $75,000
Surplus, ------ 9,500
It. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Grny, W. W. Jlartln,
J. M. Martin, It. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. l'atton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
cither In prlvnto granaries or
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on Now York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
The SALEM MARKET
1)3 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
Mi and Salt Meats !
And nil kinds ot
S AUS A.G K.
93-The CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Call and sco for yourself.
McCROW & WILLARD.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
nny part of tho city at lowest living rates.
Please glvo us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C, Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
sAU kinds of fresh and cured moats
nlwnys on hnnd. Full weight andu)iurtre
deal ull around.
JJ ery Stable, corner of State and Front
streets, or on slate at corner Stnte and Com
merclnl streets. Prompt attention nnd
A'. A. BENSON.
frequent KorenuM of the throat, ringing or
A, .l.A I.Un- lo.. r U.f.lt .nampW ll
:w of liiiieil, memory 1m
new or heat of the nose? llavo you lost nil
you nave tne uaiarrn. oo
ma have nil these
Ry this time our fanners have
completed the seeding of wheat, oata
ana barley; ami uro now waiting
tho "golden harvest."
Mr. A. Wolf visited Portland last
Week, on business.
Mr. Frank Libby, who has been
on the sick list for some time past,
is slowly improving.
Sllverton has been Uoomlngn ;,
00(1 school house.
Miss May Coolidge is visiting
friends at The Dalles.
Mr. J. K. Bufl", who for sometime
past has been eonlined to his house,
with a very sore hand, is rapldlv im
proving, and expects to teaeli school
again this fall.
Mr. A. E. Smith is visiting rela
tives noarGoldendalo, W. T.
Mr. Thoo. Sehleador, our newly
elected marshal, is the right man iii
Lettie, daughter of 11. L. Wilster,
is dangerously ill, at the residence
of her parents, on Water street.
Mr. 1 McCIaine has beautified
his residence by adding to its ap
pearance a new fence.
' Rev. Mr. Fowler and family mov
ed into the new parsonage, ju'st com
pleted for them.
The G. A. H. will hold services on
Decoration Day, tho 80th of May.
Every one is invited. Tho members
of tho Post will meet at the hall at
8:30 a. m.
Prof. D. M. Yoder, T. 11. Ilibbard,
and M. Fitzgerald nnd wife, visited
Portland last week.
Tho Appeal says, "tho appoint
ment of postmaster of Sllverton was
as good as could have been made
among tho democrats."
A large number of our people at
tended tho picnic at Macieay, last
Tho latest politics hero is, nrohis
urging the democrats to stick to
If Prof. D. M. Yoder is elected for
county school superintendent, wo
will have as good a man as Marion
county ever had.
Alr.Johu i'Jalun anil wire or Salem,
rrived here last Saturdav.
:Tho sociable civen by tho Wom
an's Aid Society, at tho residence of
Jjr. i. A. .Davis, was a pleasant af
fair. T. D. Porter of tho Journal, paid
our town a short visit. Come again
A party of young folks from
Woodourn, isited our city last Sun
day. Saml. Putnam, is billed here, on
tho 22hd, 23rd and 24th of June,
and will deliver several lectures. Mr.
Putnam made many warm friends
whilo here before, and no doubt will
receive crowded houses every night,
on his return.
Hon. J. D. Lee, addressed u largo
number of ppoplc,at tho Liberal hall,
last Tuesday evening.
Dr. Gilbert, of Salem, made our
little town a pleasant call last Tues
A Flue Flag.
Col. Tlios. C. Smith, commander
of the 2nd regt., O. N. O., and ids
competent adjutant, Lieut. M. W.
Hunt, wero found at headquarters
this morning, both admiring their
new regimental colors, just received
from Adjutant Gonoral Shofnor. It
is a beautiful flag, is six by six and
a half feet square, of blue silk, dou
bled, with a deep yellow silk fringe.
In tho confer is tho coat of arms of
this state, bund embroidered, In
colors, surrounded by tho stars In
red ; the eagle Is of brown and black
thread, while below It all, on a red
silk scroll, are tho words In yellow
and black lotters, "Second Infantry,
O. N. G." Tho pike is ton feot
long, and heavily gilt mounted, and
the tassols, of five or five and u half
feet length aro of whito and navy
blue silk. Tho battalion will proba
bly turn out with its now colors, and
tho colors will lie escorted to their
place In lino, at tho head of the regi
ment, on decoration duy.
Tlie Verdict L'nsnliuoai.
W.D. Suit, Druggist.HippuH.Iml.,
tontifle: "I can recommend Elec
tric Hitters lib tho vory liest remedy.
Every bottle sold has given reliof In
evory case. Ono man took six bot
tlee, nnd m-os cured ofltheiiiiuitlmn
of 10 years' Btundlng." Abraham
Hare, druggist, Uellvllle, Ohio, af
firms: "The host selling medicine I
have ever handled in my 20 years'
oxperionco, is HB'Ctrlo Rlttera."
Thousands of others have added
their testimony, bo that tho verdict
is unanimous that Electric It It tors
docw cure nil disease of the Liver,
Kidnoys or blood. Only n half dol
lar a bottle at Dr. II. W. Cox's Drug
Will my the highest market price
In eofjh for wool. Squire Parrmr &
Co'g, fiornorCominftrcml and Court
TIIK STATU (1IIAX0K.
The Standing Cninmittcos Aiimninecd.
Proceedings of the Session.
The following proeeedingSi of the
Grange have boon kindly furnished
by a member of that organisatien:
LAST KVKNINO'S SliSSION.
Grange ire-assembled at 7 i ji.,
and opened with a song. Tho
Worthy Master announced the
Co-orunATio. J. G. Powell, J.
C. White, Mrs. N. A. llombree.
Rksolutioxs W. A. Sample, J.
C. Jennings, Mrs. S. E. Sliepley
Goon ov Tim Oitnmi C.
Moor, W.J O. Hembree, Mrs.
Dv-L.Vws W. I. Ray, ' M. K.
Shipley, Mrs. L. L. Dawson.
Einanck O. 1. Lent, John Simp
son, Mrs. W. N. White.
Ai'iMJAU E. E. Upmeyer, .Tames
Novlns, Mrs. Donv Hay.
Aniuein.Tuiti: JSJ. 1L Darnall,F.
M. Nighswandor, Mrs. V. O. Turner.
Education W. A. Hall, L. C.
Rice, Mrs. R. W. Yeomans.
AoitK'ULTUitAL CoM.r.nu C. G.
Fisher, Chns. Miller, Mra. AI. A.
Division ok Laiiok A. C. Chris
man, S. K. Crowley, Mrs. C. G.
Li:aiSLATi0N S. A. Dawson, A.
Guslin, Mre. Martha Lent.
TitANSi'oitTATiON O. J. Kl.cr,
II. M. Kennedy, Mrs. E. S. Sample.
Tho secretary's report was read
showing a growth in numbers,
influence, and financial standing.
A committee- on a plan for life
insurance, appointed at tho last
meeting of tho State Grango to
report at this meeting, reported ad
versely and tho report was adopted.
On good of tho order Messrs. W.
A. Sample, II, M. Kennedy, and O.
J. Kizcr from Eastern Oregon giving
good reports, made remarks followed
by Lecturer II. E. Hayes.
W. A. Sample presented reso
lutions from tliQ Grango of Uma
tilla county In reference to extend
ing the work of tho order. Ry
motion they wero referred to the
committee on division of labor.
A. F. Miller presented tho matter
of extending tho order In Washing
Worthy Master Roiso made re
marks upon tho same subject.
Closed for tho night.
THIS MOHNINO'S S1LSSION.
Grange assembled at tho hour
named and opened by Overseer .1.
Judge C. E. Moor, of Rcnton
county, mado a report In reference
to the Agricultural College, and sub
mitted a resolution upon tho subject,
and moved the reference to com
mittee on Agricultural College.
Judge Moor asked that Mr.
Stump, of Ronton county, bo ac
cepted as a member in Ills stead,
which was voted.
Tho committee on good of tho
order reported recommending tho
remission of tho duos of Meno
Grange, and the eomiultteo on order
of businoss reported, both reports
Hon. J. Voorliees of Marion county
was mado a voting member In tho
placoof Hon. Charles Miller who
could not bo prosont.
Worthy Secretary Dewey, of
California Stato Grango and editor
of tho California Patron, who had
arrived on tho morning train was
introduced and eordiiilly welcomed.
Lecturer Hayes road a vory able
ronort embraeini: all tonlos of
Interest to tha ordor.
tlurklen's Amies Ralre.
Tho best salvo In tho world foi
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, wUtrhoum,
fever sored, teller, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and ull skin erup
tions, nud posltlvoly cures plios, or
ijo pay required. It Is guaranteed
tp 1 vo perfect satisfaction, or money
rttfuudod. Price 35 conts jwr box.
I'pr sale by Dr. H. W. Cox.
0. W, Johnson, tho clothier, keops
arrf good. Cull and oxiuiilna his
stok of clothing' and furnishing
Seattle will spend 110,000 on n
fourth of July celebration.
E. R. Riudley, teller of the Union
National bank, of Chicago, bus dis
appeared. Another pilgrim for Can
ada. The Emperor Don Pedro, of Rrav.il,
is dying in Milan, Italy, lie Is
stricken with paralysis and has lost
tho pi wo" of speech.
Erfttiv Glover and Joe McAullflo
had i! glove contest in San Francisco
yestcruay. Glover received terrible
(Jen. Sheridan is ill with nervous
prostration, and a bulletin issued at
midnight (last night), reports his
By the explosion of a barrel of
varnish In Racket t's furniture fac
tory, Philadelphia, last evening,
John Scully and David Clayton
were killed and Thomas Kenny
was severely injured.
Senator and Mrs. Stanford sail for
Kurnpo n Saturday. His wife's
sickness is given as the reason for
his departure, but to dodge n veto
on Judge Fuller's confirmation, Is
said to be the causo of this sea voy-
Tim lilrKeiis' Keatling't.
Mr. Charles Dickens' readings in
tho opera house, last evening, wero
listened to by a good sized audience
lie gave three selections from Pick
wick, which have long been cele
brated for their Inimitable humor
and good natured burlesque of social
types In Loudon. These wero the
Plokwick club on a bird hunt, the
breach of promiso case of Bardell
vs. Plokwick, and Rob Sawyer's
evening party. These were read In
former days to public audiences by
tho distinguished author, and as
much fame was won by his dramatic
power as his felicitous impersona
tions. Tho present reader, beside
his inherited talent, has all tho ad
vantage of lifelong associations, and
ho comes among us with so realistic
an appreciation of the airy creations
of his father, that they appear be
fore us as living substances. The
readings are graceful, without vio
lent gesticulation, but full of sug
gestivoness and by plaj Mr. Dick
ons was heartily applauded for tho
A l'LIJASANT TALK WITH DICKIUfS.
A Journal reporter met Mr.
Dickon's at tho place where tho do
pot used to be this morning, and
bravely Introduced himself to that
"I merely wanted your impression
ofourstate, Mr. Dickens," explained
tho reporter nervously.
"Well, I haven't seen much of It,
you know." said he, "but I nuisl say
that what I have seen I llko vory
much. This morning reminds me
very much of a June morning at
Mr. Dickens soon placed tho re
porter at ease and a very pleasant
chat ensued. Mr. Dickens is a very
approachable gentleman, and dis
cussed literature, booms and fann
ing with equal ease. Mr. Dickens
has been traveling continuously for
seven months, and he says lie is get
ting exceedingly tired. Ho reads
in Portland this evening, and Imme
diately starts for Helena, Montana,
Mr. Dickens Is so well pleased with
Ills tour and trip across tho Amer
ican continent, which, by the way,
ho has discovered, Is quite a large
country, that ho will return here
again two years later. Next year
lie snouds In making a (our of Kiig
lanil. A Woman'ii HUcorory,
"Another wonderful dlscovory has
been made and that too by a lady in
this county. Disease fastonou Its
clutches upon her and for seven
years she withstood Its severest tosts,
but her vital organs wero under
mined and death seemed immiuout.
For three mouths she coughed Inces
santly and could not sleep. Shu
bought of us n bottloof Dr. King's
Now Discovery for Consumption and
was so much relieved on taking
first dose that she slept all night and
with onebottle has been miraculous
ly cured. Her namo Is Mrs. Luther
Lutz." Thus writes W. C. Hamrlck
fe Co., of Shelby, N. C. Got a free
trial bottlo at II. W. Cox's drug
An Abaolute Cure.
Tho OKIGINAL ARIETINE
OINTMENT Is only put up in large
two-ounco (In boxes, and Is an
absolute euro for old soras, burns,
wounds, chapped bunds, and all
skin eruptions. Will posltlvoly
cure nil kinds of plios. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ARIETINE OINT
MISNT. $olci byD.W. Matthews
& Co., 100 Stato street, Sultan, at 26
couta per box by mall 80 conts.