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riEO W. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
(j and District Attorney. Office at court
TA3ISEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
, anu UOUllsuiura hi .l. uuaiucaa ill
the Supreme Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
mlLMON FORD, ATTORNEY AND
I Counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon.
Office, up stairs in Patton's block.
OIIAW & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
S LawSalem, Oregon. Office In Patton's
block, UP stairs oer Belt's drug store.
T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
IjUW. VM11V.W J.- WW 1IUI 41U1IVUUI
'nk, 249 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
-ITTM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
V Salem, Oregon. Office with Tilmon
Ford. In Patton'sTmlldlng. Will practlco
in nil tho courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land.offlce business a specialty.
PH.D'ARCY, ATTORNEY ANDCOUN
selor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
an abstract of tho records of Marlon coun
ty including a lot and block index of Sa
lem, lie has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
ST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
repairer. All work warranted.
e orders nt T. McF. Patton's book
store, State street, Salem, Or.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician nnd
surgeon, will open nn offico in tho New
Bank Block, on May 1st, for tho treatment
of nil diseases of women, and nil other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic nnd nnt
urnl principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electrc-magnctlsm used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 176, Salem, Oregon.
Residence for Sale.
Willis & Chamberlln have a desirable
houso and lot, most eligibly located on
High street, first block north of Court
House, for sale at 81850. A good opportu
nity to secure a homo in n convenient
A good iron frame Horse Power. Good
for all uses, from ono to full capacity.
All for the low price of S30. Call at the Pa
cific Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's office. Salem, Oregon.
leys acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
a good road, from Salem, 143 acres in culti
vation, balance in timber. Well watered,
good $1000 house of 8 rooms, moderate barn,
well at tho door ; all fenced nnd a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasture grass, and 97 acres ingrain. Pur
chaser can havo liberal terms to harvest
PRICE 4000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to tho farm and savo agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
FOR SALE 2S8 ACRES,
251n cultivation, SO acres good tlmber.bal
anco pasture; 100 acres In fall wheat, 23
acres In oats, and 30 In potatoes. House,
barn, orchard, etc Two miles north of
Salem, may bo dlvidedjprlce, 830 per acre,
terms easy. Inquire Of
,G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor. State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis & Chamberlain.
tt) acres, 3 miles from Salem, highly
, cultivated . S3000
i lots, good house and barn, East Sa
lem. I 2S00
Slots, finely situnted 1750
800 acres, 2U miles from Salem, well
improved, can bo divided Into 3
or four tracts 10,000
J acres, g miles from south of Salem,
fair Improvemements.fine timber
and wator 3230
1 block of land, 8 houses, rent for J12
m each, pays Interest on $1000 8000
80 acres 3 miles south of Kalcm, fair
5 acres, adjoining city limits, In
meadow;. .. ...-. 1200
I lot, good house nnd barn, adjoining
court houso block 1830
l acre, Salem, new houso and barn,
Plenty of smnll fruit- 2000
The foregoing Is but it partial list of tho
bargains we have to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
Largest SiVk in the State, Best Discount.
Send for catalogue. Call for prices for Job
i riming lowest In Oregon.
E. M. WAITE, Salem, Or.
STOVES AND TINWARE!
RoeliDg and Spouting a Specialty.
S-At the old itand of Ban. Strong, Com
FOR BARGAINS IN
ROTAN & WHITNBV,
SUt SbMt, SttMB, OngM.
IU tag bought oat the remainder of tlte
rU?1' fcfiory Mock, we are prepared to
u chair lower than any bouse In Oregon.
H. W. COX,
(Succcssor.to The Tort Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOB THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLEIt
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
3-Tho best Ave cent cigar in the mar-
II. W. COX,
100 State Street. Salem.
Importers nnd Dealers in
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsyihe's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. E. STRANG,
No. !03 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
S- Agent for the RICHARDSON A
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished In 1819.
I W -. .!. n
Send for qrtuljr-l.rtrumtjfrra-
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 state St., Salem, Or.
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Depot.
SALEM, OR., MONDAY, MAY 2S, 1SSS.
First National Bank
WM. N LADUE. President.
DH. J. REYNOLDS, Vice President.
JOHN MOIU, . , Cashier.
"Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought nnd sold. State, Couuty nnd City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
invited to deposit tmd transact business
with us. Liberal advances mndo on
wheat, wool, hops and other property nt
reasonable- rates. Insuranco on such se
curity can bo obtained nt tho bank In
most reliable companies.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTltOKITV,
Capital Paid up,
- - $75,000
- - 9,500
It. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. YV. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. JInrtiu,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J.'H. Albert,
T. MoF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either in private granaries or
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted, nt reasonnblo rates. Drafts
drawn direct on Now York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
tali and Salt Meats !
And all kinds ol
3-Tho 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 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 nnd n 'square
deal all around.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
ery Stable, corner of Stato and Front
Btreets, or on slato at corner Stato und Com
merclal street. Prompt attention and
"W. A. BENSON.
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it
dies aro giving Bnttsfuctlon, nnd ft ciik
tomer with IlroncliitU says it Is the only
remedy that gives Instant relief.
KKI1KKL7, t COVKK, Druggists,
U.,lo " tho pleasure to Inform
ndve you that your I'repamt Ions arc
meeting with la mo sales,
Nothing but Praise &
caslon to uso them.
That it will accomplish the end desired
In nilairectlonsof the Throat and I.unu"
k,.,! end you not only will not he
WIN without It yourxelf, hut will
recommend It to others, as thousands
have done, who have tried everything
else In vain. Money Is no object where
&ta.ft!RS Convince You
trilling sum of one dollar oan purchase
a remedy that will stand between you
nnd one of the most dreaded of human
Circular sent free, containing detailed
Is prepared only; by the AHIKTIXK
MKD1CAI, CO., Oroville.ClBl.
Tlic Capital National Bank
Claamee.Pecbler left school Mon
day for his home nt Adams, Uma
1 11 la county.
N. Conn will start to-morrow for
his home in Roseburg. He intends
to return next year and llnlsh his
Prof. Van Scoy will lecture at
Drain, June 21, nt tho closing of
A. S. Mulligan spent tho llrst of
the week visiting with friends in
Tho Wilbur library with the 11.
brury chair arrived the llrst of the
week. The chair will be used in
the president's olllce.
Miss Nettie Brown will give her
second elocutionary recital on next
Friday evening. This promises to
bo a good entertainment.
Prof. Hall, principal of the Co
lumbia Academy of Idaho, visited
the school, Tuesday, and was present
MissHattieClaggett of Indepen
dence, a graduate of tho teachers'
course, was in town tho llrst of tho
The seniorclass will have a vaca
tion until commencement, to prepare
Rev. Will. Roberts, D. D., of Col
fax, W. T., visited tho school Mon
day and was present nt several reci
tations. Ho also conducted tho de
votional services at chapel. Misses
Reynolds, Savage, Messrs. L. Conn
and J. N. Brown wero present.
Tho literary societies have failed
to secure their lecturer, and instead
will give n lawn sociable that ovon
ing, if tho weather is favorable, ou
tho campus. If not, all tho room in
tho university will be thrown open.
A good time is expected.
L. -Mageo writes from Toledo, Ben
ton county, stating that his school
is progressing nicely, and that ho
will be in school next year.
Row P. P. Tower, tho endowment
agent of tho university, is expected
home from tho east next Friday.
A. W. Bowersox spent Sunday in
Salem. Ho will close his school In
two weeks toattend commencement.
Company "A" drilled Friday with
company "B," of tho East Salem
school, under tho command of Cap
Tho programs for coimuenccinc'nt
are out and aro very neat. Tho cat
alogues will bo out in a few days.
Rev. "Wnlter and Mrs. Sklpworth,
both old time students, caino down
from Linn county tho llrst of the
week and aro visiting with F. Royal.
Assaulted a Woman.
This morning John Clary, known
about town as "Smiling Johnny,"
was arrested by tho shcrlll' on a
charge of assault anil battery,
alleged to have been committed on
ono Mrs. Jolce, a captain in tho
Salvation Army, at tho barracks In
tho old C. P. church, last night.
"Smiling Johnny" was ono of the
earliest recruits to tills organization
after it was established hero, and
has, as somo ono remarked to-day,
"performed tho 'Bless God' act" for
that body since ho joined it. Ho
has evidently fallen from graco, as
his stflking a woman would seem
to indicate. Just what started tho
row is not known. It is said that
Clary was creating a disturbance,
and tho woman ordered him to leave
tho hall. Clary is being examined
before Justice O'Donald this
Thoyoungost child of Mr, and
Mrs. Robert M. Thompson, aged
about 8 months, who has boon sick
for tho past fourteen weeks, died
this morning, at tho penitentiary,
and tho othor child, aged four yours,
wasnotoxpoctod to live until night.
Tho bereaved paront havo tho ym-
puthy of many friends.
Of nls' Farnlihlog Good.
G. W. Johnson, thoolothier, keeiw
a full Una of the leading manufactur
ers' goods. Call and examine hie
stock of clothing and furufchlnK
uiik rr Wool.
HIghewt oaali price paid for wool
in the Opera House block.
San Francisco, May 27. Tho
British ship Fall of Clyde, which
left Calcutta 140 days ago with two
million bags on board, is over-due,
and unless she puts in an appear
ance shortly, it is said; the bag trust
will become financially embarrassed.
flood for AVntur-Spouts.
Chadhon (Nebraska), May 27.
This section of Nebraska was visited
by a water-spout last night which
has done incalculablo damage to
crops. It swept away buildings,
fences and livestock, and Inundated
miles of territory.
Omaha (Neb.), May 27. Frank
Hatton, formerly First Assistant
Postmaster- General, and now of tho
New York Press, is in this city. His
visit is generally believed to bo in
tho Interest of John Sherman, and
tlint ho is hero to negotiate for tho
purchaso of tho Omaha Republican
with a view to making it a Sherman
organ. Mr. Hatton denies tho
correctness of this rumor, but de
clines to say what his mission is.
Mrs. Cleveland Is in Brooklyn,
land spent tho sabbath quietly
Roland D. Irvine, professor of
geology In tho university of Wiscon
sin, was stricken with paralysis yes
terday and is not expected to live.
Tho ways and means committee
of tho houso will accept an amend
ment reducing tho duty on impor
ted woolen manufactures from 40 to
35 per cent.
Dr. Lymou Abbot la elected pas
tor of Plymouth church by a Voto
of 400 to 00. Tho assistant pastor,
Rev. S. B. Halladay, opposed, be
cause Dr. Abbott is also editor of the
Col. Irish spoke to tho people of
Albany on Saturday, his talk was
tho tariff. Ho said ho was not paid
to cannmlL'u in Oreiron, and ho paid
his own expenses. It Is a labor of
Tho basis of settlement of the
Coleman & Co. bankrupt estate Is
not determined. But It Is believed
that satisfactory arrangements can
On tho New York stock board on
Saturday, Jay Gould was reported
sick. A drive was made on his
stocks In consequence, and Western
union aim Missouri I'acuio receueu
from J.1 to 51.
Ild Out For Forty llourg,
Mr. Varlnner,son of Dr. Warlnnor
late coroner of this county, has taken
up a ranch near Lebanon, and Fri
day morning started from his farm
to that town. Falling to return at
tho time when ho expected to, tho
parties at tho farm became worried,
and started In search of him. Ho
was found Sunday morning, be
tween his home and Lebanon, he
having been taken with an epilep
tic lit, to which he has been subject
forsonto time, and laid whero ho
fell for nearly forty hours. He was
brought on to this city, arriving
Here mis morning, iie is now in
tho residence of his sister, Mrs. 011
llngham, on Summer and Chemok
eta streets, and his father will come
You aro feeling dopressed, your
appctltu Is poor, you aro bothered
with hcadacho, you aro fidgety,
nervous, and generally out of sorts,
and want to braco up. Brace up,
but not with stimulants, spring
medicines, or bitters, which havo for
their Duals very cnoap, Dim whisky,
and which stimulate you for an
hour, and leave you In worse condi
tion than before. What you want
is an alteratlvo that will purify your
blood, start healthy uctlon of Liver
and Kidneys, restore your vitality,
and give renewed health and
strength. Such a medicine you will
find In Eloftrlo Bitters, and only BO
cents a bottle at Dr. II. W. Cox's
Hofkltn'i Aralea Salre.
The bast salve hi the world fo
ouUj,bruIsee,soroB, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
tions, and positively ourea plies, or
no iay required. It la guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Prlee 25 cents per box.
For sale by Dr. II. W. Cox.
C0MIXH FIS0M KANSAS
A Letter From the Lanil of Cyclones,
Chinch Hugs mid Mortgages.
The board of trade Is just in
receipt of tho following letter from
Win. Russell, now a resident of
Cloud county, Kansas. He says:
"Dear Sir: Your compendium of
information has boon received and
road by myself and family, with
pleasure. Please accept our thanks
for sending It. It gives us some In
formation that wo have not gathered
before concerning Oregon. I intend
to forward this book to my oldest
son, M. F. Russell, who Is living
now in Nebraska. No preventing
providence, 1 will leave hero with
my family for Now Era, Oregon, In.
August. If you could send mo two
or three circulars, I can make a good
uso of them In giving them to those
hero that aro thinking of going to
Washington Territory as soon as
they can sell out hero. T also give
you u few names of others that arc
living at a distance from us, that
you may send to direct. Wo aro
lialng cold backward weather
hero for corn with some slight hall
storms and cyclones In places. Wo
hope there will be nomore. Any
papers you see lit to send to mo will
bo read and circulated with pleasure.
A lady that Intends going to the
Willamette Valley, asked mo for ono
of my letters to-day."
This letter Is from a man who In
tends to come, and ho will bo culti
vated, and furnished all Information
possible. Ho encloses tjoino clip
pings from Kansas papers. Ono
describes a hull storm that destroyed
the 'gardens; one tells how two
thirds of tho country Is deeded to
eastern money loaning agents at
ten percent.; another Is tho story of
the death of a boy aged 14 from a
stroke of lightning; tho last Is a
twelve .. nonpareil kick against
those delightful posts culled tho
No wonder they want to come to
Oregon whero storms and cyclones
are unknown, and where chinch
bugs don't oat up tho garden "sass"
KM on Pen llulli-r.
Gen. Underwent Into a hosplta
in Washington notlongslnce, writes
Ell Perkins, to express sympathy
with tho patients.
"What Is the matter with you, my
man?" asked tho General, as ho
gazed at the man with a sore leg.
"Oh, I've got gangrene, General."
'iGangrene! why, that's a very
dangerous disease, my niiin v-o-r-y
d-a-n-g-e-r-o-u-s," said General But
ler. "I never know a man to have
gangrene and recover. It always
kills tho patient or leavas him de
mented. I've had it myself!"
Look at my face and hands not a
such as you saw there sometime ago.
See my fresh cheeks, and I'm get
ting a dimple,
I don't look at all like 1 used to, I
My fa co was all blotches complex
ion like tallow;
No wonder they thought mo and
called men fright;
No ono need have pimples and skin
gray aim sanow,
If she'll take what I took, ev'ry
morn, noon, and night.
I asked the delighted young woman
what sho referred to,
and she answered. Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery.
It is the best beautlfler hi the world,
because It purifies the
blood, and pure blood gives good
health, and good lieulth
Is always lcautltiil.
WOO reward offered for any Incur
able case by the proprietors of Dr.
Hugo's Catarrh Remedy,
Their lluilutw lloumlui;.
Probably no ono thing has caused
such a general revival of tnidoat Dr.
il. W. Cox's drug store as their giv
ing away to their customers oi so
nutny freo trial lottlo of Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption.
Their tnule Is simply enormous In
this very valuable article from tho
fact that It always euros and never
dlsapimlntH. Coughs, Colds, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, ('roup, and all
throat and lung discuses quickly
cured. You can tost UlxjCnrolmvliiir
bygutttiiira trhil bottle free, furuu
ny getting u
very lioltle warranted.
Parties having wool (o sell will
find It to their ad vantage by calling
on Forstner Tlflkiiy & Go', 207
Commercial street, Salem, Oregon.