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SALEM, OR., TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1SSS.
Zfo W BELT, ATTOItNKY AT LAW
(t and District Attorney. Ofllco at court
Oounseiur iii-". --"i v.jwu.
Bt.ilrs In rntton's block.
SIT AW UiUU, JUiUUHUlP Al
Law. Salem, Oregon. Olllco In Patton's
..trA stnirs over Bolt's driiK store.
01UCK, "Jt -
T RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
i Law. Office over uopuoi iimiuniu
.- rt.n rrtiv.t..or!nl fitrnnt- Snlpm. Or
LDK, w""" , 1 -
TTTM KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
V Salem, Oregon. Olllco with Tllmon
rvird In Tntton's building. Will pmctlco
in all the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. jjhuu uhiwj """ -....,, .
ST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
IrCIVUrer. Vll nutn niuiuuicu.
..... .S of T. MnF. Pnttnn's book
store, Stato street, pmem, ur,
fiKPRESSAVAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
Pi delivery. Wm. Rcnnie having bought
the express business of Walter Lowe, Is
ireDared to deliver trunks, valises, pack
ims and any thing else thnt ho can get in
his wniton to any part of the city, quicker,
Kifer. better, nnd neater, than it can bo
done by any body else. Leave orders nt
eatu ui"' " ,
I Flro and Ma
rine. JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician nnd
sureeon, will open nn olllco in the New
Bank Illock, on May 1st, Mr tho treatment
of all diseases of women, and nil other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic nnd nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
A good iron framo Horso Power. Good
for nil uses, from one to full capacity.
All for the low prleo of $30. Call ut f lio Pa
cific Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's ofllee. Salem, Oregon.
16 acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
agood road, from Salem, 143 acres In culti
vation, balanco In timber. Well watered,
good $1000 house of 8 rooms, moderate barn,
-well at the door; all fenced and a thrifty
young orchnrd. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasturo grass, nnd 07 acres Ingrain. Pur
chaser can have liberal terms to harvest.
PRICE $-1000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to tho farm and savo agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
tue urange store.
;2231n cultivation, 30 ncres good timber, bal
ance nnsturp? inn ncrps In fall wheat. 2a
acres in oats, and 30 in potatoes. House,
torn, orchard, etc. Two miles north of
oaiem, may uo aiviaea;;pnco, too per uuru,
lermscasy. Inqulro of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor. State and Commercial Streets, Salem,
HEAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis & Chamberlain.
430 acres. .1 inllna (Vnm Snlnm. lllcrhlv
cultivated I S30W
t lots, good houso und barn, East Sa
Slots, finely situated 1700
SO) acres, 21 miles from Salem, well
imrimvpd. r-iin hn divided Into 3
, or four tracts 10,000
-mj acres, s miles from south or sniem,
fair lmnmvemRmnnts.flno timber
and water 3230
1 block of land, 3 houses, rent for 812
M each, pays interest on 81000 3000
SO acres A miles south ofHalem, fair
5 acres, ndjolnlng city limits, in
meadow. .......-..'. 1200
I lot, good houso nnd barn, adjoining
court house block 1850
l acre, Snlem, new houso and barn,
.Plenty of small fruit 2000
The foregoing Is but a partial list of tho
"iguius wo navo to oner.
AVILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
era House, Court Street, galem.
Largest Sto'k in the State, Best Discount.
Snd for catalogue. Call for prices for Job
ranting lowestln Oregon.
E. M. WAITE, Salem, Or.
FOR BARGAINS IN
ROTAN A WHITNEY,
102 Court Street, Salem, Oregon.
M. M. MEAD,
FMflg Saws a Specialty.
5jJjJJy BWataf, May Ml MSB, a
lUvlng bought out the remainder ol the
JMrfcetoryi stook, wo are prepared to
1 chairs lower than any house In Oregon.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to Tho Tort Drug Co.)
100 .State Street, Salem. Oregon
Dms and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL, HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
BTho best five tent clgnr In tho mar
ket. II. W. COX,
d&w 100 State Street. Salem.
Importers nnd Dealers la
Boots and Sloes!
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsyte's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.) .
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A.. E. STRANG,
No. 803 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
3-Agent for tho RICHARDSON &
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished In 1819.
oi rTinr ur-ni.
AVE YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD
cesslve secretion 01 inucun jiiuuuria
symptoms, others only a part.
6 moj.a rsX
T-nrci(r a .
awklng, spitting, wiu anu immiiieu w, irenueni. horuneH8 oi lue inroji, ringing or
In the ears, more or lewt impairment, or the hearing, ios or smell, memory lin-
UUIineMi or uleilioMiui ii.v uniu.ui jiitnflur lltuv Ul llie llljnt.; jlHjyiJU 1LM.U11
famellT Is vour breath foulT If fco. you have the Catarrh. Some liava ull tlMe
Restores tlw sense of taste and smell, removes had taste and unpleasant breath, retult
lr from Cntarrli. Bhsv and pleasant to use. Follow directions and u oure is guaran
teed by D. W. MATTHEWS k Co.
CAPTAIN CHARLES L. DIMON, of New York City, formerly special amnt of the
Phanlx and Home Insurance Company at San Preneisen, Cal.. wye: "I liave Immi
troubled with Chronic Cutarrh tor twenty years. A friend In Woodland, QL recom
mended your California CAT-IKJUUK. I proeurded a jar. lw1ng but ltttle AtlthTn Its
auratlve preperties: but I must say, after using three Jars, I am cured of that dbmsUM;
disease. Jneiosed rind $6 for which send me California CAT-It-CURE for some frlenus,
vrhoareeua.ren," QUARANTEED ny
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 State St., Salem, Or.
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Depot.
KSTAnLISHED HY NATIONAL AUTHORITY.
mi n i iit m
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, .... 75,000
Surplus, ....... 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. H. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, TV. W. Martin,
J. 51. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J.'II. Albert,
T. McP. ltittoii.
To farmers on wheat and other market
nblo produce, consigned or In store,
either In prlvato cranortcsor
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonablo rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
WM. N. LADUE,
DR. J. REYNOLDS,
JOHN MOIR,i - -
"Exchango on Portland, San Francisco,
Now York, London nnd Hong Kong
bought nnd sold. State, County and City
wnrrants bought. Farmers are cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal ndvonces mado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property nt
reasonable rates. Insurance ou such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank In
most rellablo companies.
The SALEM MARKET
IS COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
Fresh and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
S A.TJS A.G E .
5-Tho CLEANEST kept market m tho
city. Cnll and seo for yourself.
McCROW & WILLARD.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
S-A11 kinds of frosh nnd cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and a'squaro
deal all around.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
cry Stable, corner of Stnto nnd Front
streets, or on Bin to at corner Htato nnd Com
inerclul streets. Prompt attention and
W. A. BENSON.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Hooting and Spouting a Specialty.
43-At tho old stand of Ben. Strang, Com
which does not get bettor? Have you an ex-
ine nosai pasHagesT ire you iniuuieu uy
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ELEGRAPHIG SUMMARY T
NEARINH HIS END.
A Serious Clmnge Anothc. Heart
Failure and Serious Hemorrhage.
Washington, June 4. It wai stated
at 9:30 that there had been no material
change in General Sheridan's condition
since 5 o'clock. Colonel Blunt says that
it has been decided not to issue another
bulletin until S o'clock, except m case ol
lioos General Sheridan's condition is
unchanged. It is stated that Dr. Pepper,
before leaving for Philadelphia, told the
family that Iho -nnral's condition was
better than When he saw him last. The
bulletin issued this mornini; shortly after
5 o'clock, Dr. Pepper says, "'expresses
accurately the. present condition ol affairs,
and indicates that the general is doing as
well aa can be expected. The increased
embarrassment of pulse and breathing
which appeared last evening, is probably
due in part at least, to the recent abrupt
climatic change. It did not develop into
a spell of heart failtiro as on former oo.
casions, which is an encouraging faot,"
A SERIOUS CHANGE.
Official bulletin, 3:30 i M. Within
the last hour another attack of heart
failure occurred, and the worst may bo
looked for at any lime.
4:25 r. M. Gen. Shoiidan just had
avery severe hemorrhage. Blood was
ejected from his mouth. It is almost
black and clotted.
The While Clips Again.
New Albany, Ind., Juno 4. Tho
Crawford County White Caps paid a visit
to Ramsey Station, on tho Air Line Kail
road, Sunday morning about 2 o'clock,
taking Louis Sterosteller, proprietor of a
hotel with saloon attachment, out of his
bed and to thd woods, where ho was
bound to a tree and civon 100 lashes on
his bare hack. Sterosteller is a drunken
tough, and boasted that the White Caps
did not dare to come alter him, Tho
victim is reported by a man who came to
the city to-day as ii. a very serious con.
dition from the lashini; ho received.
His baok, from neck to waist, is as raw
as n piece of beef. It is thought that he
will hardly iccover.
Tho Poisoner Poisoned.
Windsor. Mo., June 4. John Owsley.
his wife and two daughters wore taken
violently ill at breakfast Saturday, and
they suspected a 12-year-old negro
servant girl had put poison in tlieircollee.
She was accused, but entered denial. To
settle tho question the gitl was forced to
drink somo of the coffee, and she died in a
few hours. The family will recover.
Before her death the girl gave tho
names ol two negroes who, she said, had
prompted her to do the poisoning. They
aro bein searched for, and lynching is
Ho was from Arkansas. Ho was
talking with a Deeatiirfrloiil,aiulin
discussing municipal affairs tho lut
ter complained that tho Mayor was
very sovero and strict on transgres
sors, and recited an instance or two
whoro ho thought that ofliclul was
too hard on delinquents. "Pshaw!
that's nothlmr." said tho Arkansan
"Down in Arkansas town a man
was found dead ono morning. On
his body they found a revolver and
$50 In money, and tho mayor of the
town had tho body brouirht in, as
sessed a lino against tho dead man of
$: lor carrying concealed weapons,
and directed that tho other $2 bo
lispri In rmvlni' funonil exnensoH."
Decatur (Ala.) Journal.
another problem about as villainous
as that concerning the hen and a half has
been propounded. It is this: "A tells
the truth three timos out of four; U tells
the truth tour times out of Rt; C tells the
truth six times out of seven. What is
the probability of an event which A and
D assert and O denies?" Kansas Exch.
Cash For Wool.
Highest cash price paid for wool
in mo unora iiouso mock.
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
AU Ofdura will raaaivs pnnnjtt miwtUon.
VntlnwilM n all khuii nl wart, la our UlM
etmerMly atvn. SaUtec-ikm gnanwUMwI.
hof Til Old Orwrt IIoum ou Abort stteet,
Jeff Davis celebrated his eightieth
birthday yesterday. The old traitor's
health is improving, and he was con
gratulated by many sutvivors of the lost
The slucuer Sullivan's benefit in the
Academy of Music, New York, last nhjht,
was slnnly attended, and ho appeared in
bad form and looked tough.
The report is circulated that it is in
tended ta crowu the Czar Emperor of
Central Asia at Samarcand, to offset tho
inlluenco of Qjcen Victoria's title as
impress ol India,
l'rinco Roland Bonaparte arrived in
Now York on Sunday. He comes as
delegate to a bug-oloxical meeting to be
held in that city.
Senator Dolph yesterday reported
advorsely from the Publio Lands Com.
mitteo tho bill repealing nil tho laws
allowing entries for timber culturo and
offered a substitute which diflers only in
time while the entry may be subject to
"Heiress to .Millions,"
tho newspaper stated, and how
many women, probably, read tho
same, and envied her. Jlut littlo
was she to bo envied, however; for
in splto of her great wealt h she was
miserable. It was her lot, in com
mon with myriads of .women, to
sull'er from those "chronic weak
nesses," which aro peculiar to tho
female sex. Miserable, nervous, and
discouraged, she would gladly nave
given every dollar of her fortune for
ono briet installment of health.
TTrmi nnaif i.twl 1wi I ll.iviinttol rt
would bo tho journey to health, If
ijr. i'ierco'8 tavorito prescription
was selected as a remedy, and tho
uso of tho samo persisted in; that is,
tho experience of thousands of
women alllletedln thoabovo manner
teaches us to predict so. It Is tho
only medicine for women, sold by
druggists, untiera positive guaran
tee, from tho manufacturers, that It
will give satisfaction In every case,'
or money will bo refunded. This
guarantee has been printed on tho
bottle-wrapper, and laitniuuy car
ried out for many years. Dr,
Plcrco's pellets, or anti-bilious
granules, euro sick headache, dys
pepsia and constipation.
.Mrietl In the Dud,
Is It not better to illn consume
tion, tho greatest scourge of huninn-
ny, in inu mm, iiiaii to ii y hi stay
its progress on the brink of the
grave? A fow doses of California's
most useiui production sajnta
AUll';, tno King oi tonsuinptioii,
will rolieve, and a thorough treat
ment will cure. Nasal Catarrh, too
often tho forerunner of consuniii
tion, can bo cured by CALIKOIt-
jnia uat-h-uuku. Tiieso reme
dies are sold and fully warranted by
D. V. Mattliows &Co., 10(1 State
KenewH Hit Youth.
Mrs. Pheobo Cliesloy, Peterson,
Clay Co., Iowa, tells tho following
remarkablo story, tho truth of which
is vouched for by tho residents of tho
tewn: "I am 711 years old, have
been troubled wltn Kidney com
plaint and lameness for many years;
could not dress myself withoutholp.
Now I am free from all pain and
soreness, and am able to do nil my
housework. 1 owe my thanks to
J.leelrlo Hitters lor Having renewed
inv vouth. and removed completely
all dlseaso and pain." Try a uottle,
COc. and $1. at 11. W. Cox's drug
An Absolute Cure.
Tho ORIGINAL ABIETINE
OINTMENT Is only put up in large
twe-ounco' llu boxes, and Is an
nbsoluto euro for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, nnd all
skin eruptions. Will positively
euro nil kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL AHIETI.NE OINT
MENT. Bolu byD. W. Matthews
A Co., 100 Stnto street, Salem, at i!5
rentii per box by mull 80 ceuta.
Burkten's Arnica Satre.
Tho boat salvo In tho world foi
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhouni,
favor sores, totter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, nnd nil skin erup
tions, nnd positively cures piles, or
no pay rerpuired. It is guaranteed
to gl vo perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
I'or sale by Dr. II. W. Cox.
Parties having wool to soil will
find it to their advantage by oalliug
on Forstnor Tiffany & Co's, 307
Commercial street, Saluin, Oregon.
A fine Ut of Prlr.1 Frulu.
Dried nectarine), apricots,
peHChtw, prunes, plums, apples,
jKtrw, blackberries, figs, etc., Jtho
finest ever offered in 8lcin, at B.
Farrar & Co's. I'resli fruits and
vegetables every morning.
SENTIMENT IN POLITICS.
A Useful Plank fur the National llt.
In a few weeks tho national re
publican convention will meet in
Chicago. Upon tho choice and
voice of that convention great Inter
ests depend. If wise, tho national
administration will pass Into the
hands of the republican party. If
unwise, disastrous defeat is Inevit
able. The nominees must bo men
who will command tho full confi
dence and the full vote of the
country; nnd It Is almost equally
necessary that the platform should
be plain and strong and honest.
Tho masses of voters who count
themselves republicans aro plain,
honest men, who aro too Intelligent,
too loyal to truth, too earnest In
their purposes to submit to artifice,
cowardice, evasion or jugglery in
the declaration of principles. Thoy
want tho convention to say what It
menus in honest English, and to
mean what it says. If the republi
can party stands for principles lot
them be set forth In such language
as men of conscience and conviction
know how to use. If It does not
stand for principles no amount of
cunning can conceal Its cewardice:
for there are principles which the
people bollevo In nnd for thesupport
of which they can bo rallied. One
of these is protection from tho curso
of tho saloon. This Is an issue
which men of courage and convic
tion aro ready nnd anxious to tnko
up, and it Is an issue which tho
national convention ought to recog
nize and promote. To succeed, the
party must lead; and to lead it must
champion that which lies close to
tho heart of tho people.
Tiiero is no cause tiiat is dearer io
tho American heart to-day than,
that of the Home agalustthosnloou.
Ministers are a unit against the sa
loon : churches aro a unit against it p
physicians and 'educators and re
formers are against it; women and
children shudder as they think of It.
Who loves and champions It? Whtv
says it Is good? who says it
needs protection? Thero nro those
who think thero should bo more
schools and asylums and hospitals;
but who asks for more saloons?
There is not a stato In tho Union
which lias not statutes against It ;
not a city, town, or village in tho
land where thero is not opposition
to it. Tho sentiment against it is
universal, and expresses Itself lit
many ways. It believes In educa
tion, restriction and prohibition as
remedies, and in every stato these
remedies have been applied In one
way or another.
sentiment is rapidly increas
ing, and It Is going more and more
to tno polls. I'outicians aro at tue
polls (to thoy not seo It? It Is
everywhere organizing for political
action do the politicians not feel
It? The political annuals aro full of
prohibition statistics do tho politi
cians not understand them? Look
you, gentlemen, at theso returns of
votes for prohibition votes, wo say,
which you so highly appreciate :
Ohio (1883 - aiW.OOO
Michigan (1887) 178,000
Oregon (1887) 120,000
Tenneseo (1887 118,000
Texas (1887). - - 1120,000
Iowa (1882) 11)0,000
Kansas (1880) - 012,000
Maine (1881) 71,000
JUiodo Island (1880)- 15,000
Hero aro over 1,100.000 votes for
constitutional prohibition alone.
Add the states of Vermont and Now
Hampshire where prohibition pir
vails ; most of Georgia, South Caro
lina and Mississippi, where local op
tion lias been so successful ; mid
counties, cities and towns, north
and south, where saloons have been
closed by one method or another,
and you have evidence which yon
cannot reject that opposition to the
saloon Is In the heart of the people.
It Is strong In the republican party,
and nothing would unite aud vivify
tho party more than a dellnlte. do
clslve declaration ou the subject
from tho national convention at
Chlcniie: Shall wo not linvo It?
Shall wo not have It for Its great
moral Influence, for Its help to tight
tho buttle In tho states?
All wo ask Is it plunk that shall
recoKiiIzo the enormous evils
of tho saloon, denounce its
purpose to control and
corrupt politics, nnd declare that as
tho evils directly nll'eet the people,
the fate of the tralllo should every
where be submitted to the arbitra
ment of the people. This is all we
demand at present. Wo belelve
more is agenerai leeitng in tlie con
vention will meet this question In.
tho riuht spirit. A lartro and luilii-
entail deputation of antl-sulooii re
publicans win wait uimn tnepintiorm. .
committee to urge ttie matter, and
we suggest that letters and petltioiirt
be sent to every member of the Con
vention from republicans front hlti
own district or state asking his luilu
euee for an anti-saloon plank, N