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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, MAY 31, 18SS,
So" BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
(j and District Attorney. Offlco at court
1MEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
fi nfmrerae Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
TMO" FOKJJ, ATluitfiiii aiil
y?y0ir nt. Tjiw- Salem. Orecon.
l0J,"np iialrs In Patton's block".
t nnvnn ATTORNRYS AT
V iVvr'Snlcm, Oregon. Office In Patton's
ftctTup stairs overBolt's drug Btore.
7. t RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
5 ii": Office- over Capitol National
Jit 2W Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
TMKAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W Salem. Oregon. Olllco with Tllmon
)li in IMtonbullcllns. Will practice
EVll the courts of Oregon. Collections
I T-jjp IvnUiOIUCO u u3im.-3- v. Dbitu i.j
if D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
..i. ..t r jir. Snlcm. Oreeon. Havlner
i ihstroct of the records of M nrion coun
i? including a lot and block Index of Sa
ffie has special facilities for examining
i& to real estate.
ST HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
rnnlrer. All work warranted.
.' niipr nt. T. McF. Patton's book
, State street, Salem, Or.
scientist, anthropologist, physician and
Scon, will open an ofllco In tho I.cw
ffi Block, oiOIay 1st, for the treatment
Jrnll diseases of women, and all other
llonlc cases, on strictly hygienic and mat
5a principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
Srftro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
Sderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
Residence for Sale
irinio .( Phnmberlln havo a desirable
house and lot, most eligibly located on
Hfh street, flrst block north or Court
House, for salo nt S1850. A good opportu
nity to securo a homo In a convenient
k -wt i.w-. fmiiiin TTrtcn Pmunf. Clfnr
Jbr all uses, from ono to Am Iclty.
All ror tne low pneu o c-w. uu ul hj -
nt.a vtnmmr fr Fruit. PrnservinGr
ftmpany's office. Salem, Oregon.
1K acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
good road, from Salem, 143 acres in culti
rstlon, balance In timber. Well watered,
jcod JlOOOhousoof 8 rooms, moderatQbarn,
irell at the door ; all fonced and a thrifty
joung orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasture grass, and 97 acres in grain. Pur
chaser can havo liberal terms to harvest
PRICE $4000, TIME GIVEN.
Dome right to tho farm and save agent's
J, P. ROBERTSON,
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
FOR SALE--283 ACRES,
S in cultivation, 30 acres good timber, bal
nce pasture; 100 acres In fall wheat, &
ores in oats, and 30 In potatoes. House,
tarn, orchard, etc Two miles north of
Salem, may be dlvidcdSprice, $50 per acre,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor. State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
Willis & Chamberlain.
acres, 3 miles from Salem, highly
cultivated - , S3000
lou, good house and barn, East Sa
lem ' 2S00
iits, flncly situated 1750
0acrcs,21 miles from Salem, well
improved, can bo divided into 3
or four tracts 10,000
w acres, 8 miles from south of Salem,
fair ImprovememenU.nno timber
, and water 32G0
'Mock of land, 3 houses, rent for 812
each, pays Interest on $KXX) S000
5 acres st$ miles south of Balem, fair
scres, adjoining city limits, In
meadow . 1200
't,tood housonnd barn, ndjolning
. court house block 18j0
"ere, Salem, now house and barn,
-Plenty of smull fruit 2000
xbeforegomglsbut n partial list of the
"Wins we have to otTor.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
ra House, Court Street, Salem.
Urgfst Stok in the State, Best Discount.
Jjd for catalogue, Oall for prices for Job
E. M. WAITE, Salem, Or.
STOVES AND TINWARE!
RmGb; aad Sauting a Specially.
"t the old tand of Ran. Strang, Oom-
FOR BARGAINS IN
ROTAN & WHITNEY,
J02 CMrt Strttf, Stim, Oiga.
& buocht out the remainder of the
2T L fcrwT' Hock, w ai prepared w
"W" lower Uwn wiy house Is Oregos.
H. W. COX,
(Successorto Tho Port Drug.Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOIt THE CELEBRATED
FULL, HAVANA FILLEH
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
3,Tho best flvo cent cigar lu tlio mar
ket. II. W. COX,
100 Stato Street. Salem.
Importers and Dealers lu
Boots and Shoes!
General Agents for Oregon of
W: I),"Forsyllic's Infallible Com Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Oco. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. E. STRANG,
No. 303 Commercial Street,
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
S- Agent for the RICHARDSON &
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished In 1849.
i.. nri i -'.uvy
To.. -' -"" u. ,r
Scad f eircwlal.MjrJiKUjfera1-'
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 State ST., Salem, Or.
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Depot.
WM, N. LADUE. -.-.-- President.
T)R. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President.
JOHN 310IR,(ii - - v - - Cashier.
JTExchango on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and ,Ctty
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
Invited to dejioslt unrt transact business
with us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonaoio rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank In
most reliable companies.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTH01UTV.
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, - - - - 75,000
Surplus, .-.--.- 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, - .- - - Cashier.
V. T. Gray, W. V. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J.1H. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In prlvato granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted nt reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, Loudon, l'aris, Berlin,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
The SALEM MARKET
98 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality or
Fresh aud Salt Meals !
And all kinds ot
3-Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Call and seo for yourself.
McCROW & WILLARD.
300, Commercial St.,SaIeui.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of tho city at lowest living ratos.
PJcaso give us your patronage
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
93-A11 kinds of frosh nnd cured meats
always on hand. Full weight und ii'squtiro
deal all around.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
cry Stable, corner of Stato and Front
street, or on slate at corner Stato nnd Com
mcrcial streets. Prompt attention and
W. A. BENSON.
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it'
dies aro giving satisfaction, and a cus
tomer with Bronchitis says It is the only
remedy tliat given Instant relief.
Heuhei.i, a Covkii. Druggists,
II It A 41m itlonkiira In Infttrtn
HaVe you that your Preparations ure
meetlnc with lance sales.
fw'tiriir wiin lanre sales. we near
Nothing but Praise J5KW'
casion tow use them.
Nanscawen a Co,, DriicglatH,
That It will accomplish the end desired
In allatrectlonsoftheThroatand Liinan
U,.,! nd you not only will not lie
Will without It yourself, but will
recommend it to others, aa tliouMinds
liave done, wlto lwve tried everytltliMC
elw In vain. -Moivey is no olivet wlin-
aVanalilS Convince You
trifling uum of on dollar ean turlie
n retnedy tliat will stand between you
andoneof tlieiiM4 drewdedof huuuwi
Circulars tnt free, coaUMiiIng detailed
Is prepared only by tlw AMKTINE
MEDICAL CO., Orovllle, UL
'NOTES OF TRAVEL
Surrey of tho Cmafilla Reservation
Allottment in Severalty.
' A LOXQ RIDE EASTWARD.
Wheat Raising by tho Wliolcsalo
' Arrival at Minneapolis.
Let us recall somo Incitleats nnd
obscrvntiAns on tho long railroad
ride. One thing very noticeable lu
Eastern Oregon Is tho presonco of
thcnoblo red man. You seo these
aborigines, with their marked feat
ures, on foot or seated on their cay
uso ponies, wrapped in showy gov
ernment blankets, with elaborately
beaded moccasins. Somo of them.
especially tho women, havo an air
ot lost prido; their dependence- on
the government for rations and an
nuity goods is hurtful to their self
esteem. Tho braves hang around
tho saloons a good deal in u town
HUT PROHIBITION PROHIBITS
in their case, though poor Lo has
a huge tlilrst for tho strong drink.
The averago saloon keeper has no
scruples nbout receiving tho In
dian's money, but tho pcaco ofilcers
seem in favor of enforcing tho law.
And notwithstanding that somo rod
men succeed, by connivanco with
those who want their money, in
ovatimg tuo law, l nave never heard
any white man favor a repeal of
this liquor inhibition, or high llcenso
oven, sons, to mako tho salo of llro
water to Jndiahs "respectable," or u
source ol revenue to city orntate.
Adjoining Pendleton Is the im
mense Indian reservation of Uma
tilia ; tho old wagon tracks of tho
early immigration running through
thero aro yot clearly seen.
WHAT A TALE THEY TELL
of patient, plodding heroism, a love
of adventure which marks our peo
plo impelled by a desiro for a perma
nent home. Tills tract of fertile
land, ho long 'coveted by tho Intra
sivo paleface, is being surveyed, un
der tho recent act of congress which
provides for allottniont in sovcralty
On tho appointment of a special
agent by tho xresideul, tho Indians
will select their farms, and tho re
mainder will bo sold, in parcels not
exceeding 100 acres, to the bona fldo
white settler. No land monopoly
allowed under this act. Somo whites
have married or taken up with
squaws, to get tho benefit of tho allot
ment Thero is no accounting
for tasto ! Tho Indians caunotmako
a valid title to their farms for twen
ty years, this is to prevent unprinci
pled white men filling them witli
liquor and getting their homes for u
song. The proceeds of tho salo of
land will bo used In tho purchase of
wagons, live stock and farm Imple
ments for tho adults and tho school
ing of their children. I know men
who have been waiting fifteen years
aud longing for a chance at some of
this rich land, now ready for culti
vation, wiiuro tne land is moist,
as on creek bottoms, or where capa
ble pf irrigation, nlfalfa that won
derfully prolific white clover grows
well. Jiutyou do uiIhh
THK CJARDHNS AND TJIIJ ORCHARDS.
Eastern Oregon bears much tho
same rolatlon to tho Willamette val
ley that San Joaquin in California
bear to adjacent coast countlos,
with this diiroronco, that crop are
surer in Eastern Oregon than in Han
Joaquin. Hut tlioy both seem to bo
mainly given over to wheat grow
ing or stock raising on a big scale.
Wo ure now traveling through tho
night, aud morning finds us near
HK)kane, where we get a glimpse of
(he fulls, nnd notice a growth in the
town. Evldontly an attempt has
been made hero to shut up the
saloons, und restrict liquor selling to
"hotels." So you mjo higns like this,
"lleer & cents, lodgings a5 cents."
Beyond wo noto much grazing and
waste lauds, with settlements few
and far between. Helena, ISozomnn
and other towns aro growing. The
great Mullan tunnel is on fire, iU
mawive timbers still smouldering.
So we luivo to go over tho surface of
the mountain, 5.000 feet above hoh
level. Two ponderous locomotive
pull and one puxlien the train over.
Two hundred tons of propulaive
power. How they pull" ami pant !
Now we top for a rent ; then they
atart again. Arrived at the dixsy
trottle work, weateam along alowly,
for the weight of engine and care
U great. Over the summit two en
gines are uncoupled; the train
hands, with lanterns, for it is night,
examine the brakes and couplings ;
the engine is then oiled and care
fully looked over, nnd then away
we go down grade. We notice snow
fences, wherever there are outs on
the road, to prevent them filling up
In winter. Wo pass an Indian vil
lage, occasionally. No gainolsscen,
and the buffalo bones and benis: so
abundant M'hert I passed over the
road a few years since, are almost
HRRK IS FORT CUSTKll,
forty miles from the scene of tho
celebrated massacre. Tho recollec
tion of that dread tragedy sends n
thrill of horror through the traveler;
but quiet reigns now, nnd tho In
dians you meet havo a cowed look.
Now wo conto to the big farms of
Dakota, wheru they start out from
ten to twenty plows on n line, or, in
town, tho same number of harrows,
seeders or reapers. One of these
immense farms is but ono Held
really. Tho spring Is wonderfully
backwnrd, which makes tho whole
country look barren and uninviting
Thero seems to be only a farm house
and capacious barns on eaeli much,
nonoother noticeable improvements.
Wo reach the town of McCloud,
Minn., which was struck with a
cyclone some time ago, converting
the building into kindling wood,
picking up a load of pig Iron as
though it were wood shavings, nnd
killing a young couple lust married.
Hut I saw no notice of tills visitation
posted in tho town, and tho Inhabi
tants, by their easy going ways,
seemed to have lost all dread of tho
At Uralncrd, thoso passengers for
Duluth take another train. About
4:30 p. m. on tho fourth day from
Portland, wo roll Into Minneapolis,
ton minutes ahead of time. Pretty
nlco calculation on a 2,000 milo ride.
Being earlier than expected, tho per
sons appointed to meet mo aro not
on hand. Hut I havo heard of Har
rison, Farrlngton & Co., who wore
so thoroughly converted to prohibi
tion at tne last national convention
of tho W. C. T. U., that they oiler
$16,000 cash in nromiutu -to those
Lwjio get tho greatest number of sub
scribers, (not to ue less than 60,ooo),
to tho Now York Voice. They sent
a circular to each of their 20,000 cus
tomers, urging them to subscribe
and also to induce others.JSo I go to
their immense wholesale grocery
house and make myself known.
What a contrast botwecn tho gener
ous fervor of these merchant), and
some small Oregon dealers who
feared to vote for tho amendment
lest they should bo boycotted or
A PROKLIOATK PRIISS.
Well, to describe tills city of 200,
000 people must bo reserved till my
noxt. I lcavo for Indianapolis next
Monday, with tho Minnesota and
Montana conventions to tho na
I ought to add that tho west
bound trains were, as a rule, heavily
laden with passengers, mostly of the
emigrant or "tourist" class. Hut
some passengers on our train, re
turning from Seattle aud Tacomu
complain that settlement is sadly
overdono there. I answer questions
about tho Willamette valley and
distribute tho Oregon Land Co's
J. W. Wkhii.
MiNNi:Ai'OLiH,Minn., May 20.
You are feeling depressed, your
appetite Is poor, you aro bothered
with headache, you aro fidgety,
nervous, and generally out of sorts,
and want to brace up. Hraco up,
but not with stimulants, spring
medicines, or bitters, which havo for
their basis very cheap, bad whisky,
aud which stimulate you for an
hour, and leave you in worse condi
tion than before. AVhat you want
Is un aiterativo mat win purny your
liluul utiit-r lwwittliiF fiAfrtti ef l.liniH
kilntt ntu iiuivh tiiyiiiMi w jniui
mill KUiueys, restore your vitality,
and uive renewed health and
strength. Such a medicine you will
lind in Electric Hitters, and only CO
cents a bottio at Dr. II. W. Cox's
Ttrlr lluilntM Uoouiliitf,
ProLnlilv no mm tliliif linu rimuoil
such a general revival of trade at Dr.
If. W. Cox's drug store as their giv
ing away to their customers or m
iiiiinv frcii trlnl lottlfw of Dr. Klnif's
Now Discovery for consumption.
Their trade is simply enormous in
tins very vnnmuiu uriieiu iioiu uiu
fact that It alwayH euros and novor
disuppolntti. Coughs, Colds, Asth
ma, DroiichitlH, Croup, und all
throat and lung diseases quickly
cured, i ou can test, it ihi miyiug
y getting a trial lottie iree, largo
y.e fl. Every bottle warranted.
A race botwaon Crawford and
Patton of 100 yards for $6 occurred
on Liberty street last night, was
wltueed by a large crowd, und won
by Patton by ten feet.
Will iwhv ilia hlifhttfit. murUl nriee
It, iuli tnr u-nnl. Kiiiln lfarrtir V:
Co'a- corner Coiumerelal and Court
HERMANN ON DECK.
Ho Snatches tho Scalp from the Pro
tectionist Dig Hun of reiui
Kvlviinln. Washington-, May :0. Congress
man Hermann, of Oregon, had a
light with Handall In tho house yes
terday, during the consideration of
tho legislative appropriation bill, in
which tho latter cume out second
best. Tho row camo up when Ran
dall oflered an amendment cutting,
down tho salary of tho surveyor-general
of Oregon from $2."00 to $1800.
Hermann raised a point of order
against It, and after a sharp light
between tho gentlemen tho chair
was appealed to and sustained Her
mann. The latter then moved that the
salary be llxed at $2o00, on which
ho called for tho ayes and noes. AH
tho republicans, and tho California
delegates, voted with him, but the
rest of the democrats voted solidly,
aud tho amendment was defeated.
Randall then moved that tho sal
ary bo put down to $1700, nnd Her
mann beat him on n point of order.
Tho democratic leader said If ho
did not take that ho would get noth
ing, and Hermann said that if that,
was tho way the appropriations com
mittee regarded an olllco where such
a volume of work was performed,
when tho salary of tho Florida sur
veyor-general was cut down but $200,
thoy would do without salary alto
gether and let tho olllco bo run by
Mr. Randall wild that HtilteM him,
and tho bill now falls to provldo
anything to pay tho rtirvoynr-gou-oral.
Congressman Hermann wild to
night ho would fix tho matter In tho
senate, wlion tho bill reached there,
and tho salary would not bo less than
The Verdict Unanimous.
W. D. Suit, Druggist,Hlppus,rnd.,
testifies: !'I can recommend Elec
tric Hitters as tho very best remedy.
Every bottio sold has given relief In
every case. Ono man took six bot
tles, aud was cured ofRhcumatlsiu
of 10 (years' standing." Abraham
Hare, druggist, Hollvllie, Ohio, af
ilrms: "Tho best selling medicine I.
havo over bundled in my 20 yours'
experience, Is Electric Hitters."
Thousands of others havo added
their testimony, so that tho verdict
is unanimous that Electric Hlltem
does euro all diseases of tho Liver,
Kidneys or blood. Only a half dol
lar ii bottio at Dr. II. V. Cox's Drug
Discoveries 31 ore Valuable Than (ioM.
Aro Santa Able, tho California dis
covery for consumption and dlscasoH
of tho throat, client and lungs, and
California Cat-H-Cure, tho only
guaranteed euro for catarrh, cold in
the head and kindred complaints.
They aro sold at H per package, or
three for $2.C0. und aro recommended
aud used by the leading nhysiclans
of tho Pacific coast. Not secret
compounds. Guaranteed by I). W.
Matthews & Co., 100 Stato street,
An Absolute Cure.
Tho ORIGINAL AHIETINE
OrNTMENTIs only put up In largo
two-ounco fin boxes, and Is an
absolute euro for old soros, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will positively
cure nil kinds of piles. Ask for tho
ORIGINAL AHIETINE OINT
MENT. Sola by D. W. Mattliown
A Co., 100 Stato streot, Sulom, at 25
cents jHir box by mail 80 couta.
Rarklen'i Arnica Balre.
Tho host salvo In tho world for
cuts, bruises, soros, ulcors,saltrh8Uin,
fuvor soraa, tettor, chapped hand,
chilblains, corns, und all skin crtii
tlons, and positively curoa pjlos, or
no pay required. It la guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Dr. II. W. Cox.
UeaU' I'urnlihlttf; Goodi.
0. W. Johnson, theolothlur, keep
a full line of the leading mauufuotur
ere' good. Cull aud examine hk
stock of clothing and furnishing