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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1SSS.
vn W. BELT, AiiuiuNiii ax- xii.
" ;i..jrf'AHnnwr. ni11pnnt.miirt.
RiMSEY A BINGHAM, ATTUKiNUlS,
and Counselors nt Law. Business In
. cuoremo Court a specialty. Snlem, Or.
iftflilOJT FORD, ATTORNEY AND
T Counselor nt Law, Snlem, Oregon,
(face up stairs in Pntton's block.
STSaW GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
LawSalem, Oregon. Office In Pntton's
ock up stnlrs over Belt's drug store.
rVRICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
i r'iftV Office over Capitol Nntlonnl
lank 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
M KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W Salem, Oregon. Offlco with Tilmon
ri.!d in Pntton's building. Will practice
Ml the courts of Oregon. Collections
Sade. Land offlce business a specialty.
fTlI. D' ARC Y, ATTORNEY AND COUN
r selor at Law, Snlem, Oregon. Hnving
A, "abstract of the records of Marlon coun
r? including a lot and block Index of Sn
lem be has special facilities for examining
title to real estate.
ST HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
renalrcr. All work warranted.
store, State street, Salem, Or.
.- nrnors iil x. mvr. iniiuua uuun.
Scientist, anthropologist, physlcinn nnd
rareeon. will open an offlco In tho New
Sufe Bfock, ontMny 1st, for the treatment
rn Hiorni nf women, nnd nil other
r hronlo cases, on strictly hypienlo nnd nnt-
riectro-mngnetlsm used. Chnrges strictly
Residence for Sale.
Willis A Chnmberlin have n dostrnblo
houso and lot, most eligibly located on
Men street, first block north of Court
House, for sale nt 81850. A good opportu
nity to secure a homo In n convenient
A good Iron frnmo Horse Power. Good
for nil uses, from one to full capacity.
All for tho low prlco of $30. Cnll ut tho Pa
cine Oder, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's offlce. Snlem, Oregon.
163 acres, nenr Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
ngood road, from Snlem, H3 acres In culti
vation, balance In timber. Well watered,
good $1000 houso of 8 rooms, moderntobarn,
well at tho door ; nil fenced nnd a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen ncrcs seeded to
pasture grass, nnd 97 ncrcs inErnln. Pur
chaser can novo liberal terms to harvest
PRICE $4000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to tho farm nnd snvo ngent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
l?nn QATfl9QQ A CMS
25 in cultivation, SO acres good timber, bal;
ance pasture: 100 ncrcs in fall wheat, 2
acres In oats, nnd 30 in potatoes. House,
bam, orchnrd, etc. Two miles north or
Salem, mny bo divided; price, SoO per acre,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor. State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis k Chamberlain.
00 acres, 3 miles from Snlem, highly
cultivated --- r. Km
4 lots, good houso nnd bnrn, Kast bn-
lem .-. .... w
Slots, lincTyftuated --- 1"0
800 acres, 21 miles from Salem, well
l..-..,x..n.i Ann KtwlUHHntl Into 3
or four tracts --- iu,wu
asu ncres, 8 miles rromsouui oi amum,
fair improvomomcnts.tlno timber
1 block of land, 3 houses, rent for 312
each, pays interest on J40OU - JW
SOncresS&mllos south of Salem, fair
Improvements - JfJ
5 ncres, adjoining city limits, In
meadow - , 1M1
I lot, good house nnd barn, adjoining
court houso block lst
I acre, Balom, new houso nnd barn,
plenty of small fruit .. J"
The foregoing U but a pnrtlal list of tho
bargains wo have to offer.
"WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN. "
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
Urgent Stork in tho State, Best Discount.
Snd for catalogue. Call for prices for Job
IMuUuK loweslln Oregon.
E. M. WAITE, Salem, Or.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
lliefiag and Spouliag a Spwialty.
-At Ute old stand of Ran. Strang, Com
MMatStmt. FOIl BARGAINS IN
ROTAN & WH1TNBY,
tto Stmt. $m, Owf. '
eU etMOn loWtbMSBy bow toOwo.
H. W. COX,
(Successor.to Tho Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ttB-Tho best five oent cigar in the mnr-
II. W. COX,
100 Stnto Street. Salem.
Importers nnd Dealers In
Boots and Slioes !
General Agents for Oregon of
B. Forsyte's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SxVLEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. E. STRANG,
No. 803 Commercial Street,
Plumbing, Gas aud Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
rs-Aeont for tho RICHARDSON 4
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es-
tnbllsliea in iaiv.
ini m nr iirnc P
Jf7 TTTTi A -J- ssi ,w n Nf I V
wa YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which doe not (jet better? IInv yw nei
Ay.?,"JiJrin r mucus matter In the nasal patwtge.iT Are.you trmiWed by
SluS?.Vplitlmf. wlcnl inflamed eyee,
uuuiivA BAnrtHiuii ui iiiur j (.
" I I l.n.l nru
Snof BmellT I yuur breath foulT If to, you have the Catarrh. Soineiwveall thew
gymptomg, otheni only a part.
- - -x m . ifAaf on 1 1 FiifKdiaa i.
IlAfiWFdA llW Hei"" V "w V i !
inWrom OaUirrb. By and pleM
2ifSTn MATTHEWH I Co.
Plwnlx ami Home. """
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uiaTwla.1 vour cimfcjrnla CAT-It-Cu
,EK I DIMON, of New York City, formerly ieotal ae
im. x inicuiuw m
SOLD AND GUARANTEED
W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST., SALEM, OR.
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Depot,
WM. N. LADUE, President.
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President.
JOHN MOIR, - - Cashier.
""Exchangoon Portlnnd, San Francisco,
Now York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Furmors aro cordially
Invited to dojxwlt vnd transact business
with us. Liberal ndvnnecs mndo on
wheat, wool, hops and other property nt
reasonable rates. Instiranco on such se
curity can bo obtained nt tho bank in
most reliable companies.
ESTABLISHED I1Y NATIONAL AVTIIOB1TY,
apiuii ii at mud
Capital Paid up, .... $75,000
s, - - - - - 9,500
It. S. WALLACE, - - President.
nv. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. H. ALHEHT, - - - - Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. JInrtIn,
J. 31. Martin, R. S. Wnllaco.
-! , J.II. Albert,
T. McF. l"atton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other mnrkot-
ublo produce, consigned or In store,
either in private graunrles or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chlcngo, Snu
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong K.ong nna uucuiin.
The SALEM MARKET
08 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
Fresh aid Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
S AUS-AO E.
ff-Tho CLEANEST kept mnrkot in tho
city. Cnll nnd sco for yourself.
MCCROW & WILLARD.
30O, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, nnd delivered to
any part or tho city nt lowest living rntos.
rieaso give us your patronage
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
,93-All kinds of frosh nnd cured meats
always on lumd. Full woight and n!Miiiuro
donl nil nround.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
ery Stable, corner of Stnto and Front
streets, or on slate nt corner Stnto nnd Com
merclnl street. Prompt uttoution and
care guaranteed. BBNSOX.
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T IicCapital National Bank
rV.wntM.nv at Mali KMIUUMI. I XI.. tMVK A I
for twenty yearn. A friend In WimhImkI,
iiiiuMiiiiniai.Ai-iinui mw- .
Gen. Sherlilnu's Illncso.
"Washington, May 2o. General
Sheridan is not so well this morning.
It is stated that tho serious attack of
Monday evening was due to heart
failure, nnd thero was a slight recur
rence of that trouble this morning.
Gen. Sheridan is reported to be
vary low tills evening. The greatest
incitement prevails among tho mem
bers of his Household, and they ran
bo, seen hurriedly passing hack and
forth in tho sick chamber. A consul
tation of physicians has been called.
Preparing for the Fourth.
Several towns throughout tho val
ley are preparing to celebrato the
Fourth of July already. Gervais
and "Woodburn are preparing for
rival celebrations, and as botli towns
arc working up a boom, they will
probably both havo line celebrations.
The Second Infantry band lias been
engaged at Gervais, and tho pro
moters of the new hall hopo to havo
It-far enough along by that time to
bo ablo to danco in it. Baseball
games aro on the programme for both
Coryallis, however, is making prep
arations for tho grandest blow-out of
any of them. Invitations have been
extended to A, H, C, I and P com
panies, 2nd Infantry, and to troop A,
Cavalry, O. N. G., to bo present, and
participate with E company, 2nd
regiment, at that
lint ninpn iii n irmiiil
liat place In a grand
Col. Smith lias been
invited to command on that day,
nnd to bring his stall'. These invita
tions have been accepted, and it is
likely a great many peoplo from
Salem, Eugene, Albany and inter
mediate towns will attend. An ex
cursion will probably bo run from
Eugene and Salem to Albany, and
from there via tho O. P. railroad to
Corvallis and. return on tho 4th.
Ex-jrayor Grace, of New York,
will go before tho democratic con
vention of tliat state seeking the
nomination as governor.
In Moss Point, Miss., on Thursday
night, eight men was struck with
lightning, two of them fatally.
In Portland, Dr. "Win. Ei&en is
indicted for libeling llov. C. .1. Lar
son, Scandinavian clergyman of
Judge Nash's decision declaring
tho woman suilrago law or Wash
ington territory unconstitutoual, Is
approved In Seattle.
Tho corner stone of a confederate
monument was laid in Jackson,
Miss., yesterday, and Jo.ll Davis be
ing too feebloto attend, lib daugh
ter Winuio was present. Almost the
entire town turned out to welcome
Theology In Ilerea.
A. Methodist Sunday-school
teacher in Iterca, where Ell Perkins
was billed to lecture under tho au
spices of Baldwin University, was
examining his Sunday-school class.
Among others lie asked his class
this question :
"What did Samuel say to Eli?"
No answer was given for a mo
ment, then a sweet little girl spoke
up and said :
"Well," said tho teacher, "what
did Samuel say?"
"Ho said, "got thoro.Ell !" was tho
prompt reply. Cleveland Leader.
That l Night.
Peoplo havo found out whoro to
go for their baby pictures. Thero
havo only been twonty thoro this
week, but all wont away satisfied.
Wo expect twice as many next
week at Cuttorlln's gallory.
A sack of dried applos, at the
bridgo near tho depot, on Sunday,
May 20th. Tho lofeer can havo tho
same by culling at tho University
and paying for tills notice.
Following were the bids on the
new cottage soon to te erected for
Mr. Munroe on Church street near
State: C. A. Itolwrt $1606, Ed.
Hutching $1020, and Craven fc
The contract will l
Plds for tlte atone work on tlie
new St. John's Catholic church will
beopwiMl to-niichtHt the office of
Omb Fr Wl.
IUidhBat eaali mice nakl for
1 la th Oiem Houe bl x;k.
1 V. Lkvy.
The llaitllnrs? of American Half-IlreoR
The experience of the teachers of
tho Lincoln Institution confirms the
views hero expressed, that themtxed
Indian Is more exempt from pulmo
nary diseaso than tho pure- Indian ;
nnd, further, that if the formcrarvat-
taeked by diseaso t hey oiler greater
constitutional resistnnco to it than
tho latter. Tills view is also con
firmed by tho large experience of
Capt. It. II. Pratt, superintendent
of tho Carlisle Indian School, who
says in his last report : "Our ex
perience is that the mixed bloods re
sist disease and death from pulmo
nary troubles better than the full
bloods, and our best health condi
tions aro found among those we
send out into families due, T think,
very largely to the regular occupa
tion nnd varied diet." Similar views
have been expressed by others who
nave resided among tno mixed or
half-breed races in the northwestern
part of Canada. Tlieso people aro
said to bo strong and hearty, long
lived, and not subject to disease, so
long as they remain in their native
climate. They regard themselves
as tho equal or the whites, and look
In a patronizing way on tho Indian.
Their families aro usually very
largo and tho female sex is said
to be very handsome. Quito recently
1 had occasion to investigate tho
question whether pulmonary con
sumption tends to exterminate tho
American Indian, and I then found
that nearly ull those Indian agencies
which show tho lowest consump
tion rate aro precisely those which
contain tho largest number of mixed
bloods. Of course, It Is just possible
that tho presence and tho absence of
pulmonary consumption in certain
i ,H R t.01ln(th,euce. yet j
thillk from yfhut hns becn Hll(,i co.
eerningtiio improved pnysicai con
dition of tho mixed Indian, it is
quite evident that tho greater im
munity of these tribes from con cen con
sumpteon: Is duo to tho fact that
they compriso a largo clement which
has a superior power of warding oil
disease. Popular Science Monthly.
PiiranYTKitiAN Cnuncir. l?ev.
H. A. Newell, pastor. Preach
ing at 10:80 A. M. and 7:!10
p. si. Society of Christian
Endeavor at 0:80 i m. Sab
bath school nt 12 m. ; IJ. S. Wallace,
supt. Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 7:80 i m. Welcome to
all, at all tho services.
IJaptist Camion. Corner of
Liberty and Marion streets. Itov.
A. It. Medbury, pastor. Services at
10:30 a. m. and 7:80 v. m. Sunday
school at noon. Young people's
meeting at 0:80 p. m. All aro
Hev. J. W. Harris, pastor. Corner
of Liberty and Center streets. Ser
vices at 10:80 a. m. and 7-80 p. m.
Sunday school at 12 M. Young
people's meeting at 0:30 p. m. All
aro cordially invited.
M. E. Chuhoii. Services will be
held in tho M. E. church to-morrow
as follews: Morning, at 10:30;
Evening at 7:30, Sunday
school at 12 M. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 0:30. All aro
Invited. Seats free. Hev. W.
CiniiBTiAN Ciruitcir. Klder P.
It. Uurnolt, pastor. Preaching at
10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 12 in. Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:80 p. in.
EvANfiULiCAL Church. I lev. J.
M. Dick, pastor. Preaching on Sun
day at tlio usual hour, 10:80 a. m.
and 7:30 P. M. Sunday scnooi at iu
ItKV. C. Iticii, Monmmilo preach-
er. win preuen at tno j, r. emircu
to-morrow, at IOmIO a
An AMuranreof IImIIIi.
Aiiimiir tho assurances of health
af lorded us by the rogular discharge
of tho bodily junctions, none is more
Important and reliable than that
which regularity of tho bowels gives
us. If thoro Is any even a tempo
ary Interruption of this tho liver
and tho stomach stiller conjointly
with Inactive organs, and still great
er mUtchlef mmm If relief Is not
speedily obtained. A laxative,
above all cavil on the score of mill
oral composition or violent oll'ect,
U Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, ap
proved by the medical profession,
and a most imjHirtaut item to the
family materia mediea of American
houtehold. It is botanic, paluleat
In action, aud if erwliied lu, ellW't
ual. The stomach and liver, In no
lew degree and no lew
promptly and thoroughly than
the bowela, are regulated and
routed by It, and it la an admirable
dofoiifce agaliwt malaria and rheu
matic ailment, and a benign rem
edy for kidney ooinplalnU, nervoiw-
new anu uetwny.
Mr. WAXAMAKl'.U'S KXAMl'hK.
The Surplus I'rollts of IIU liusiness
Divided Among His Kmoloyes.
A little over a year ago Mr. Wan
tuuakcr took all of his employes
who had been In his service seven
years Into a quast partnership by
agreeing to give to them and to
others who should thereafter arrive
at seven years of service, a share in
tho profits of the year's business "ac
cording to tho value of their services
to tho firm, to be determined by
their usefulness and faithfulness."
The remaining employes, who, by
reason of the shortness of their term
of service could not participate lit
(bo annual dividend, were granted
a share In the monthly gross receipt
in tho form of percentage on sales.
The result of this generous and
stimulating concession by Mr. Wan
amaker is something magnificent in
its grand total. The monthly divi
dends In the shape of percentages on
sales, in addition to regular weekly
salaries, aggregate for the year, $Til),
lf8. The mini of $10,000 is set aside
as a pension fund for those employes
who iy reason oi out age or accident
In the service are no longer able to
work. In annual dividends to tho
seven years' employes $40,281 aro
paid out, making n total of $10!),4Sl)
distributed among employes or In
vested for their benefit, that under a
loss liberal management would havo
gone to swell tno dividend of tho
Mr. Wanamaker has been twenty
seven years In business, aud a gen
erous public spirit and large-hearted
liberality have seemed to grow with
the growth, us It lias become notable,
with the fame of his expanding and
profitable business enterprise. As a
philanthropist ho finds pleasure in
aH'onllng stimulus and opportunity
to his employes to better their con
dition, while as a clear-headed bus
iness man ho appreciates the advan
tages of being served by those who
aro loyal enthusiastic and content.
Other employers doubtless might
profit by his example. Philadelphia
A Woman's Discovery.
"Another wonderful discovery has
becn made and that too by a lady in
tills county. Disease fastened lis
clutches upon her and for seven
years sho withstood its severest tests,
hut her vital organs were under
mined and death seemed Imminent.
Kor three months she coughed Inces
santly and could not sleep. She
bouglitof us a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption and
was so much relieved on taking
first dose that she slept all night and
with unebottle lias been miraculous
ly cured. Her name Is Mrs. Luther
Lutz." Thus writes W. C. Uamrlck
& Co., of Shelby. N. C. Oct a free
trial bottle at II. W. Cox's drug
Tbt Vrnllrt I'nauliiious.
W. I). Suit, Druggist, lllppus.fnd.,
testifies: "I can recommend Elec
tric Hitters as the very best remedy.
Every bottle sold has given relief hi
every case. One man took six bot
tles, and was cured of Rheumatism
of 10 years' standing." Abraham
Hare, druggist, Dcllvllle, Ohio, af
firms: "The best selling medicine 1
havo over handled in my 20 years'
experience, Is Electric Jlltters."
Thousands of others havo added
their testimony, so that tho verdict
Is unanimous that Electric Hitters,
does euro all diseases of tho Liver,
Kldiievri or blood. Only a halt dol-
lar a bottle at Dr. H,
W. Cox's Drug;
Tho proprietors of HANTA A11IR
havo authorized I). AV. MatthewM
it Co. to refund your money if, after
giving this California King of Cough
Curos a fair trial as directed, it fall
to give satisfaction for tho euro of
Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough
and all Throat and Lung troubled.
When the disease allects tho head,
aud assumes the form of Catarrh,
nothing Is so ellectlvo as CALI
FORNIA CAT-H-CURI5. Tluwo
prostrations aro ivithout equal as
household remedloM. Sold at $1 00
a puckago. Three for 2 80.
Dropping lu this morning at
Cherrlngton'H art studio, we found
him very busy Indeed. IlItibuahiaaH
haa m lucreoed that he has found lb
ueeeaaary to on largo his fwollltle.
A new finiahlug room Is being bullb
with side and sky light. We must
attribute all this to the excellency of
IIhIi' ruraUhlnn 0U.:
0. W. Johnson, thoolotliler, koeiw
iHKala. Call and examine hla
clothing and furnUhlng
. -A ate .A ...M. L.