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SALEM, OR., MONDAY, JUNE' 11, 1SSS.
mTV. belt, attorney at law
mflMON FORD, ATTORNEY AN
Counselor nt 'Law, Salem, Oregon.
X. "... i in Pnttnn's block.
Omce. up But ...------
,irvV GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
'V.V.S;iT,, nnwmi. Ofllee in Piitton's
lock, up i
t up stairs over Rolfs drug store.
. , ..iprtv ifwnnvpv at
i,w Offico over Copltol National
...Ul.v,ninlnl Rtrppt. Salem. Or.
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tttM KAISER, ATTUlusisi Aiuii,
W Vlem. Oregon. Oillco with Tllmon
Ford in &n'sbulldlng. Will practice
in nil "he courts of Oregon. Collections
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rerairer. All work warranted.
ie orders at T. McF. 1'atton's book
Sore, State street, aaiem.m.
,r.iif.iAv nmmr .wnsAPP.
Pi delivery. " "'"",""1- ,"i"P ",;
irloared to deliver trunks, valises, pack
J$ud any thing else, tlial ho can get in
hfawa-ron to any part of the city, quicker,
Sf(rV better, and neater, than it can bo
done by any body else. Leave orders at
Fire and Ma
JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician nnd
surVeon, will open ati oillco in tho New
"rank Block, onIny 1st, for the treatment
of all dUea.'es of women, nnd all other
chronic eases, on strictly hygienic nnd nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
dectro-magnetlsm used. Charges strictly
moderate. Addreos box 170, Salem, Oregon.
A good iron frame Horse Power. Good
ror nil uses, from one to full capacitj.
All or the low price of S. Call at the Pa
cllic Cider, Vluegur & Fruit Preserving
Company's ofBee. Salem, Oregon.
iS&ffi oats', and 80 in potatoes . House
barn orchard, etc Two miles north ol
S, may bo divided; price, $50 per acre,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORPF,
Cor. State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plenty ot timber. Two
houses and two barns. Good on:'".
Meadow nnd 150 acres plow land. W
head of cattlo with the placo if wanted, nnd
horses enough to run it. Within Hvo miles
of depot on tho O. & C. R. R. A bargain for
i Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
it!)?, acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
a good road, from Salem, 143 ncros In culti
vation, balance in timber. "Well watered,
good 51000 house of 8 rooms, modorntobarn,
well nt tho door ; nil fenced nnd a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasture grass, nnd 07 ncres Inurnln. 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. 0
""Willis k Clianikrlain.
60 acres, 3 miles from Salem, highly
cultivated -k--v- J8W
lots, good house and barn, East Sa-
jem ... iaj
51ot, nneiy'biiuateiL, -.-- 1760
8C0 acres, IS miles from Salem, well
Improved, con bo divided Into 8
or four tracts io,Wi
W) acres, 8 miles from south of Sniem,
lair lmprovememonts,Hne timber
.. and water - -- it-jU
i Mock of land, 8 houses, rem jor iu
each, pays Interest on SXW ----- "
acres miles south of Salem, folr
. Improvements - 3M
S screw, adjoining city limits, In
. meadow t.. .
1 lot, good house and barn, adjoining
, court hoube. block ""
I acre, Salem, new house and barn,
plenty of small fruit --,---, f"
The foregoing Is but a partial list of the
bargains we have to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Solom.
M. JM. MEAD,
FHfeg Saws a Specialty.
RAUAX-To U wife of H. H. HfWjL on
WediMMtar momtnc, May M, MM.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOtt THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA, FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ftS,Tho best live cent cigar in the mar
ket. II. w. COX,
d&w 100 State Street, Salem.
Importers nnd Dealers in
;s and Shoes !
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsvllie's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. E. STRANG,
No. :KH Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
VS Agent for the RICHARDSON A
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished In 1819.
Tn . " --1 J- "" "-1- if Virs
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- L NWrw ' - i. -
ScnI f.r ctrculr,4l.MThtft3rTaJ"
snT.TJ AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 State St., Salem, Or.
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Depot
VM. X. LADUE, President.
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vlco President.
JOHN JIOIR, J Cashier.
SExchnngeon Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought nnd sold. State, County nnd Clt y
warrants bought. Farmers nre cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property nt
reasonabio rates. Insurnnco on such se
curity can be obtained nt tho bank In
most reliablo companies.
ESTABLISHED 11 Y NATIONAL AUTHOUITY,
Capilal Paid up, -
- - S75.U00
- - - 9,500
11. S. WALLACE,
J. II. ALBERT, -
- - Presldent:
- - -Cashier.
W. AV. JIartin,
R. S. Wallace,
T. McF. Pattou.
V. T. Gray,
J. M. Martlu,
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In prlvnto granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonabio rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Frnnclsco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
The SALEM MARKET
113 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
tali ami Si Meats !
Aud all kinds of
B-Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Call and seo for yourself.
JIcCROW & WILLARD.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALESI, OREGON.
3-All kinds of fresh nnd cured meats
always on hand. Full weight nnd u'squuro
deal all around.
I WBaoMw.w w. If., vm m
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
ory Stable, corner of Stnto and Front
streets, or on slate nt corner Stnto nnd Com
merclnl streets. Prompt attention and
W. A. BENSON.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofing and Spouting a Specialty.
3-At tho old stand of Ben. Strang, Com
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it '"!
dies are giving satisfaction, nnd n cus
tomer with Bronchitis says It Is the only
remedy that gives Instant relief.
Skiiuei.i. d Covku, Druggists,
Uown " the pleasure to Inform
ndvc you that your Pre mirations are
meeting with large sales. We hear
Nothing but Praise awaSi
caslon to'-' use them.
N'ANSCAWEN Jk. CO.. DniKKlsts,
That It will acoompltoh the end desired
In allatfeetlonsof theThroHtand Lungs
U., 'II and you not only wUl not lie
Will without It yourself, but will
recommend It to others, as thousand
have doae, wlw ltave tried eveo'thlnK
else In vain. Money Is no object wltere
bTuinWand!!! Convince You
trilling sum of one dollar can purchase
a remedy tlmt will stand between you
and one of the moot dreaded of humau
Clreularsseiit frea, containing detailed
la prepared poly by the AIIIKTINK
SIED1CAL CO., Orovllto, Cal.
THE PR01I1 CONVENTION.
The Delegates and Their Friends Have a
BLUE AXI) QUAY CLAS1" HANKS.
A, Southern Preacher Put on the
Ticket In Sign of Fusion.
Indianapolis Is much older imd
moro stnld than Minneapolis. Its
streets and avenues aro broad, it has
many lino residences and public
buildings, and it is also a railroad
center. But it has not tho lifo and
snap of that young Minnesota giant.
There is a smoky, dingy atmosphere
about it that detracts. However,
HAVE NATURAL HAS,
which will largely displace the use
of coal, in heating, cooking and run
ning machinery. This will tend to
dissipate the smoke. At points rang
ing from six to twenty miles from
tills city, this gas has been success
fully bored for, and already they are
bringing it to dwellings, factories,
hotels, street lamps, supplying light,
heat and power at much below the
former cost. In daytime you notico
lire places full of white blocks of
stone, about one-fourth tho slzo of a
brick, thrown in much as coal
would be. At night, jets of natural
gas, from a pipe introduced from be
low, transfuse them with a clear,
sternly red hot glow, There is no
flickering, no smoke, no soot, no
ashes. Nor does it need replenish
LIKE MOSES' BURNING BUSK,
tIt hj)rns but docsjiot consume. You
can shut oil tho supply of heat ; tho
pieces of fire-brick soon cool down,
and aro pure and white as before.
The pressure of this gas is as high as
."00 lbs. to the square inch, aud
pipes are furnished to fifth and six
stories of buildings, which supply u
ilamo that appears three to llvo feet
long, and ono to two feet In diam
eter. The churches aro substantial,
and many have- a green, creeping
plant running over them, remind
ing ono of the ivy-covered buildings
iu Europe. Fruits and vegetables
are .abundant, as southern trains
come in daily.
OUR NATIONAL CONVENTION
was held In a hull capable of seating
4,000 persons, of which tho city cave
us free use. But it proved inade
quate for our need. Tho delegates
and alternates, numbering a full
thousand, occupied tlio large plat
form nnd most'of tho floor; tho rost
of that spaco and the double gallcr
ios were fllled with intensely inter
ested spectators. Such enthusiasm
I never saw before. But I mustask
a little of your space to describe tho
preliminary exercises. First came n
band of boys, from eight to twelve
years, dressed in striking costume,
with flfoand drum, who entered tho
liall preceding a column of "juniors."
These wore young moil, not yet old
enough to voto, uniformed a la mill
tniro. Thoso woro enthusiastically
cheered. Then the
COLLKOK PROHIBITION CLUBS,
from various states, competed iu tho
declamation of prohibition pieces for
a largo gold medal, tho gift of V. J.
Domorost, late publisher of Demo
rest's Fashion Magazine. Ho lias
lately placed his busim in his
son's hands, that ho may dovoto his
time and onergies to tho third party.
At night tho collego boys con
tended for a prize in flvo minute
sieeohos; after which Col. Kobloski.
grandson of tho Polish king, John
Sobieskl, and n number of promi
nent prohls, among thorn a colored
orator, made brief and stirring ad
dronfeos. ON MKMOKIAIj day,
the army of tho blue and tho gray,
compoMMl of union and confederate
veterans, held evening hervlcen In
the hull. Col. Q. W. Bain, Col. R.
B. Choris, Mrs. Merrlweuther, a col
ored orator and Bishop Tunver, alo
colored, (all of the wutli), together
with Cant. CleKhom, MUw Wllard
and Commander Hudson, of the
north, made short speeches. The
Hllver Lake quartette mug, "Chwp
:ug Hand witii Hand, the Blue
and the dray." Tlte lnd played.
"Marching Through Georgia," !
tli gray Joined In cheering. Next
"Dixie," and tho hlue echoed the
gray. Tlwn "YMiikeo Doodk,"
and all burst fortli in exultation
But when the darkey clasped hands
with the ex-vonietierate, i;oi. ciicris,
the applause was deafening, the
audience from north and south, east
and west just going wild with de
light. Father Mahoney, whom I have
mentioned before in this correspond
ence, wasin ecstasies, anil insisted
on giving 100 out of hisjoOO salary,
toward the campaign. Tho audience
called homo to the platform,
and applauded to the echo iu token
of the breaking down of sectional
and sectarian lines through the
prohibition party. How I wish this
"eene could nave been witnessed by
the people of Mt. Angel, St. Paul
and tlorvaU in old Marion county.
Father Mahoney lielleves that
Bishop Ireland, tho Father Mathew
of tho temperance cause, will yet
come over to us.
TIIK WOMAN SUKKKAOi: QUKSTION
aroused a warm but good natured
debate. When it was voted to
Insert a modcrato woman sufl'rage
plank, but to make prohibition tho
tcstot party fealty, and the head
and front of tho party aud platform,
Sam Small who has long ago
learned that one southerner cannot
whip two Yankees subscribed $500
towards a newspaper and 2.")0 for
the general fund. And when he
reached overand clasped hands with
Miss "Wlllard, after her peerless
speech, it seemed as though the
cheering would never cease. St.
John, the chairman of the conven
tion, received an ovation that must
have compensated to his feelings for
all the hangings and burnings iu
etllgy, the injurious attempts to
11KINO CALLBl) "A SKUNKLKT,"
and all tho fulsome abuso he lias
been called on to endure. The
Kansas delegates presented hint
with a gavel made from tho tree on
which ho was tlrst burned in ellltrv
iu ids own state
Gen. Flsk wasnotpresont, having
charge, as chairman of tho com
mittee of arrangements, of tho
general conference of the Methodists
in New York. But ho must have
almost heard the deafening cheers
that followed his unanimous nomi
nation for president of the United
States. Dr. John A. Brooks, of
ivnnsas ciiy, a southerner, and
former confederate-sympathizer, was
unanimously nominated for vice
president. He was nearly carried to
tho platform, to give his acceptance,
and tho cheering was as hearty as
for Flsk. Ho Is pastor of tho
Christian church and a leader iu
that religious body.
Till: 8IXKW8 OP WAR.
The next undertaking was to
uusu v,nn nr campaign purposes,
and It looked too biir a lob for ac
complishment. But a Boston prohl
started in with 1.000: then my old
friend. Dr. B. II. McDonald, of San
Francisco, gavo another 1,000; a
Michigan hotel keeper contributed a
llko amount, a Chicairo man. 1. B.
Hobbs, subscribed 1,000, and next
an iinnoisan gavo $" ooo in memory
of his "W. C. T. U. and prohibition
mother, and tocclebrato his leaving
one of tho old hates and joining tho
new party. So it went on. J. O.
Warner, of Portland subscribed
1,000 for that city; then T)00's came
iu, next 2.r)0'sand smaller amounts.
When tho giving was over a fund of
'(),(MH) nad lieeu raised, but since
our national committee broke up its
session, at ii tue noxi morning,
people wore still subscribing.
I close and mail this lettor at
Minneapolis, but leave hero to-night
tor home, via tho Canadian J'uclllc
It is pitiable to note tho prevailing
ignoranco in regard to Oregon. Not
ono in 10,000 seems to know nny-
iniug aoout our suite, or mat more
Is an election held tliero to-day. Tho
newspaper bulletin boards mention
cock tights and accidents, hut not a
word aiHiut tho Oregon election, l u
my lectures and conversations I
hnve told it good deal about Oregon,
and have distributed many copies
of a descriptive pamphlet sent me
by tho Oregon Lund Company.
I reserve a few for Canada. Mr. J.
O. Warner, of Portlund, and Prof.
O. M. Miller aro also distributing
J. W. W.
MlNNKAl'OLIH, June Ull.
Tho KIOwJof anlUrRin,
Witli such Important functions as
tho liver, aroofcourso productive of
serious ixxlily disturbance. When
it relaxes its secretive aud distribut
ive activity, bile gets Into tho
blood, nnd tinges tliesklnaud white
of tho eyos with yellow, the bowels
lccomo constipated, the tongue
coated, the brouth sour. Thoneomo
headaches, vurtigouiid congestion of
tho organ, accompanied with pain iu
its vicinity or under tho right
shoulder blade. Shall blue pill bo
the remedy ought? No for mercury
In any form Is pernicious. What
then? Experieuco Indicates
Hostetter's Ktomiteh Bitters as the
true remedy for Inactivity of the
liver. It not only relaxes the bowels
without 1111, nut luts u direct
sthnulHtimr. efl'ect upon the heiwtlo
gland iUtelf, the seat and origin of
tin) trouble. All malarial complaint
Involves disorder of the liver, aud of
the-the Hitters Is the most poHilnr
curative. It also conquers dysiiep
sla, nervousness, rheumatism aud
Can linn ii Now ftuipr.
Ithaca, N. Y., June 10. Tho
prospective course of journalism at
Cornell University promise's to sur
pass tho greatest expectations, if
iresent indications go lor anything.
Mot only has the press of tho coun
try in general indorsed tho proposed
plan, but also young aspirants for
literary fame. Already Presldont
Adams is receiving a large number
of inquiries regarding tho course
from all over t lie United Stales, so
that ho has been compelled to Issue
a circular letter iu reply. The course
Is open only tosenior andjuniorand
graduatostudonts, and, llko allother
courses, to such special students as
may be recommended by t lie faculty.
The California delegates to tho
Chicago convention left San Fran
cisco last evening.
A tramp printer named F. M.
Haines, was run over by the cars
and killed Sunday niorng, near Hel
ton station, Missouri. Ho worked
In the Hannibal Cornier ofllee the
night before, and was on his way to
In Omaha, on Saturday, three la
borers were killed by the caving In
of a bank, where they were excava
ting for a warehouse foundation.
Tho Commercial hotel and eight
businefs houses burned In Trinidad,
Colo., on Sunday night.
Rev. W. H. Beebe, a traveling
evangelist, came near drowning a
convert while baptizing her on Sun
day in Lake Benton. Ho skipped
out of town on tho evening train to
escape being mobbed.
Walt Whitman, tho alleged poet,
is dangerously 111 at his homo in
Camden, Now Jersey.
In Mt. Pleasant, Utah, a Mormon
girl shot her lover in the face, be
causo sho didn't know It was loaded,
Tho pair were married directly after
tlio accident, though tho young man
Is expected to recover.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used (
lilectrlo Bitters slug tho sainosong
of praise, A purer medicine does
not exist and it is guarauted to do all
that is claimed. Electric Bittern
will cure all diseases of tlio llvorund.
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other all'cotloiiH
caused by impure blood. Wllldrlvo
malaria from tho system aud pre
vent as well as cure all malarial
fevers. For euro of headache, con
stipation and indigestion try Elcc
trie Bitters. Kntlrosutlsfaetlon guar
anteed, or money refunded. Price
oO cts. and 1 per bottle at II. W.
Cox's drug store.
U t'unsnuiitlou lururabler
Read tlio following, Mr. C. H.
Morris, Newark, Ark., says : "Was
down with Abcoss of Dungs, and
friends and physicians pronounced
moan incurable consumptive. Began
taking Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, am now on my
third bottle, aud able to oversee tlio
work on my farm. It is tlio ilnosl
medicine ever made,"
Jessie MIddlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
says: ''Had It not been for Dr.
King's New Dlecovery for consump
tion I would have died of Luug
TroubloH. Was given up by doctors.
Am now iu host of health." Try It.
Kampio bottle free at If. W. Cox'h
Mhs1 In the lluil.
Is It not better to nip consump
tion, tlio greatest scourge of human
ity, in tho hud, than to try to stay
Its progress on the brink of tho
grave? A few doses of Californla'rt
AJHH, tho king of Consumption,
will relieve, and a thorough troat
nifiiit will cure. Nasal Catarrh, tou
.f.... 41... f.ittii.illi.iiil. it lltlUllf tllt
tlou, can bo cured by CALIFOR
NIA CAT-It-CD It R. Thoso romo-
illos aro sold nun iuuy warranted oy
D. W. Matthews & Co.. 10 Statu
An Abiolate Cure.
Tho ORIGINAL ABIETINK
OINTMISNTIa only put up In largo
two-ounco (In boxes, and is an
absolute euro for old uoros, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will positively
euro an Kinds or piles. Ask for tho
ORIGINAL ABIKTLN15 OINT
MENT. Bolti byD.W. Matthew
A Co., 100 Stato struct, Baloni, ut 26
cents jxir box by mall SO cents.
A rioellMor Urlfd fruit.
Dried nectarines, apricot,
IHwches, prunes, plums, apples,
pears, blackberries, flgs, etc., ;the
finest ever oflered In Halem, at S.
Farrar & Co's. Fresh frulta aud
vegetables every morning.
Fruit k cream, at Strong Sc Co. 'a
lBfarr- -. . j-Ji.