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SALEM, OR., TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1SSS.
morassioxAi. gums. misci:h.axkous. riXAxciAt.. y g i j; g ) J Q J J J R clyjieu mjtks
rn W lJrul. Aiiuiuini va j.v
(x and Distri.t Attorney. OIIlco nt court
... . wivrvt..-A -r T . TV
Til VOX FOHD, ATTOHNKY AND
Counselor nt Law, , Snlom, Crspn.
Office, up stairs iu """" " "--'
flHAW & GltnGG, ATTORNEYS AT
Hock? "P stairs over Bolt's drug store.
i iw OlUco over Copltol National
Bank, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
AV Salem, Oregon. Olllco with Tllmon
Ford, in Pattern's building. Will practice
L n ii tlm courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land olllco buslne&s n specialty.
HST IIELKiN, 1'IAMJ lUiUH;uxu
repairer. All work warranted.
lene orders nt T. McF. rattan's book
sto're, State street, Salem, Or.
T-iXl'HESSVAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
hi delivery. Win. Kennlo having bought
Hie eurcss business of Walter Lowe, Is
nrenarcd to deliver trunks, valises, pack
ages, and any thing else that he can get In
ins wnson to any part of tlio city, quicker,
Slfer better, and neater, than It can bo
done by any body else. Leavo orders at
C o m p a n y .
Flro and Ma
rine. JOS. ALBERT, Agent,
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
surgeon, will open an olllco In tho New
Bank Block, on May 1st, for tho treatment
of all diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
cloctro-magnetlsm used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 176, Salem, Oregon.
A good Iron frame IIoo Power. Good
for all uses, from one to full capacity.
All for tho low price of $.10. Call nt tho Pu
rine Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's office. Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE--2SS" iVCHES,
135 In cultivation, SOacres good tlmbi'r.bnl
anco pasture; 100 acres In fall wheat, ii
acres In oats, and 30 In potatoes. House,
bam, orchard, etc. Two miles north of
Salem, may bo divided; price, SoO per acre,
terms easy. Inquiro of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor, State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plenty ot tlmbor. Two
houses and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Fifty
head of cattle with tho place If wanted, and
horses enough to run It. Within llvo miles
of depot ou tho O. & C. It. It. A bargain lor
Enquire at Office of Caaiial Journal.
16 acrou, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
a good road, from Salem, 118 acros In culti
vation, balance in timber. Yroll watered,
good $1000 hou-o of S rooms, moderatobarn,
well at tho door ; all fenced and a thrifty
young orchard. Thlrtcon acres seeded to
pasture grass, and 07 acros Ingrain. Pur
chaser can have llboral terms to harvest
PRICE 1000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to the farm and save agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, nt
ths Grange Store.
Willis k Chamberlain.
tiOjocres, 3 miles from Salem, highly
1 lou, good liotue and burn, Bast So-
onu, finely situate! -- "oO
J0 acres, 21 miles from Salem, well
improved, can be divided into 8
or four tracts 10,000
J acres, 8 miles from soutn (H sawn,
fiiir luiprovenieinenU,flne Umber
und water -- ss"
I block oriand,S houses, rent for 11
each, nays interest on W00U WOO
so acres 35; miles south of Salem, fair
Improvements - 20
5 arrea, adjoining city limits, in
1 kt, good house and bam, adJoii'X ,
court bouse block
1 acre, ivtlem, new house and barn,
plenty of small fruit. ,
The foregoiug is but a Jiartlal list of tike
tMrgatns we have to oifer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
M. M. MEAD,
Filing Sas a Specialty.
KnopoaUu ...ley, opposite Miut 1.1
r ry Htable, Hakuu, Or.
K ViiAN-To toe wife of H. H. Kaan. 00
W . dndny inorntaf. Hay M, W a
H. W. COX,
(Successor'to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions anil Family
llecipcs a Specially.
AGENCY FOIt THE CELEHUATEU
KULli IIAVAXA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
nTho best flvo tent cigar In tho mar
ket. II. W. COX,
d&w 100 Stato Street, Salem.
Importers and Dealers iu
Boots and S
General Agents for Oregon of .
W. 11. Forsvthc's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. I'. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A.. E. STRANG,
No. 303 Conimerolal Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Plumbing, Gas and Sloaia Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
ja-Agent for the WCHAltDSON &
HOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished in 1HIP.
PI, . XJ xvji-jll- W rnv .
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LuUCrS rSirf GuWlft
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D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST., SALEM, OR.
SNELL, HEITSHU k W00DARD, Wholesale Depot.
ill mi i ill ii
AVM. IjAIUIE, -lilt.
JOHN MOIIt, - -
- - President.
- - - Cashier.
Exchange, on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County nnd City
warrnnts bought. Farmers aro cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances mndo on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonanio rates. Insurance ou such se
curity can bo obtained nt tho bank in
most rellnblo companies.
nSTAllLISHKD 11V NATIONAL AUT1I011ITY,
iinniTni nTiniini kiwi
I i.l I V I II I.I I I 111 11 a
UWiLUl IllllUIlUi Lmiii
SALEM, - - -
- - 75,1)1)0
- - - 9,500
Capital Paid up,
It. Si. WALLACE. - - President.
W. AV. MAUTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, --- - Cashier.
W. T. Gray, "W. W. Martin,
J. M. Jlartln, It. S. Wallace,
T. -McF. l'ntton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other markct-
ablo jiroduce, consigned or In store,
cither in private, granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted nt reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llerllu,
Hong Koug and Calcutta.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality or
Mi ami Salt Meals !
And all kinds ot
S A.U S A.G E.
S-Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Call and seo for yourself.
IIcCROW & WILLAItD.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
-A11 kinds or frosh nnd cuiod moats
always on hand. Full weight and a square
deal all around.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
ory Stable, corner of btato and Fiont
stieots, or on slato at corner Stato and Com
merelal streete. Prompt attention and
oaro guaranteed. w. A. 15BXS0N.
STOVES AND TINWARE!
Hoofing and Spouting a Specialty.
S-At the old stand of lien. Strang, Com'
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it !!!
die are kIvIiik fcatlsfactinn, and a cus
tomer with IlnmchliUsay It U the only
remedy that give limtaut relief.
SKIIIIKI.I. .1 L'OVKU, DrilKKUU,
H.. " tlie pleasure to Infonn
aVc ou that your l'rewratlonuif
meeting with larseiMtle. We hear
Nothing but Praise
Xasktawrk a Co.. DruinrlcU.
That it will acminnlisb the end desired
In ull nffiw-tioiui of the Throat anil Luugk
U.. 'II and you nut only U1 not be
Will without It yourself, but will
recommend It to other, a tiioumndii
have done, who have tried every thing
elM) In vain. Money la no object where
liesltn w in me
liftlalirw &Hft tlM
! Convince You
i dollar can purchase
.M... H.i.ii nf niui
remedy that will stand between you
and one of the most dreaded of human
Circular sent free, containing detailed
I prepared only by the AlilKTINK
MKDKAL CO., Orollle, Cal.
n jit j it1
r School Coinontliiu.
Sax FKANcis.ro, Juno U. Super
intoiidcht Anilurson litis issued cir
culars to supcriiitciiilcnts of schools
throughout the stato and coast, ask
ing them to send in at onco tlie
amount of space which they require
for exhibition purposes at the com
ingnational educational convention.
E'Tho Utah Mormons have bought
40,000 acres of land in tlie stato of
Chihuahua, Mexico, toeolontze their
surplus population. Tho price is a
half million dollars.
The San Francisco Post has re
duced the street price for single cop
ies from llvo to two cents.
In Los Angeles, James "Wilson fa
tally shot John Walton in tho abdo
men, while cleaning his pistol. The
shooting was accidenal.
Tho failure of "W. T. Coleman and
tho clohing of tho Lusk cannery is
said to have demoralized fruit buy
ers throughout tho stato and to
threaten the waste of a large portion
of the fruit crop of tlie stato for want
of canning facilities.
In Santa Cruz tho trial of Jessio
Graham for a murder committed 38
years ago, began on Monday.
In Lowell, Mass., a tenement
house was destroyed by lire on Bun
day night; three persons were burnt
to, doath, and two others fatally
Patrick Ford, of the Irish "World
insists on Ulaino for tho presidency,
and occupies four columns of his
paper in explaining tho reasons for
In Hazel Green, Iowa, an old
man getting angry at his son,
twelve years old. knocked him
down, anil cut oil" his head with an
ox. Tho murderer will bo lynched
Imlirtril ami Si-ntenrnl.
Tho grand jury to-day returned
true bills, as follows : Against S. P.
McRoynolds for larceny, committed
on February 17th. Reynolds is al
leged to havo stolen a watch from
George Scott, tho watch being valu
ed at $10, and $7 in money. Tho
other charges ; Peter McCuo with
larceny in a dwelling, It being claim
ed that Medio entered a building,
and toik a coat, pair of pants, and
bed quilt, valued at $11, and tho
property of James Hamilton, on
March llith. MeHeynolds was ar
raigned al 2 o'clock to-day, entered
a plea of guilty, Malved time, and
was sentenced to servo one month in
tho county Jail.
MoReynoltls .served a long term
for cruelty to animals before, and
lias boon in tho Jail for three months
awaiting trial. Judge Boise said ho
supposed tho county would bu glad
to get rid of him as soon as possible,
so he made the Fonteneo as short as
Poto McCuo was also arraigned,
and said ho was drunk at tho tlino
lie stole tho clothes. Ho blamed no
0110 but himself. Hud Just been in
tho penitentiary, and was very old.
AVas "very sick, judge, and could
not stand much," .but Judge Uoiw)
gave him three yoaix.
"I hojo yer, honor won't bo so
hard, sir," wild he, but he went all
Stale JurMlcllon 0er Kwlrral frlMW.
Thero Is a good deal of talk about
town regarding the trial of tho throe
Indians in Recorder Strlukler'scourl
on Saturday, and their being held
by a state court for a crime alleged
to have been committed In a federal
court. The) Indians swore In the
court of the U. S. commissioner that
the Chinaman furnished them with
alcohol, and tho Chinaman proved
that he was "not there" when the
alcohol was given. Tlie Indians
were tiiereuMJii arrested for iwrjury,
and taken before Recorder Strlekler,
a state court. Had the perjury lwen
made In a state court, it Motild have
then been punishable by a state
omirt, but the laws of the United
State fix penalties for crimes com
lnlltad against the federal law, and
to mniisli perjury when committed
before any United Htateaotrioer who
may administer au oath. 1 1 is very
likely the caso will 1 dismissed
when it coiiu-M up Ix-fitre Judge
Hoi-, on the icroiitid that the circuit
curt hits no JtirUln tion.
Call on Winters Thouias for the
est groceries lu town.
Cherries are ripe and very abun
dant tills season.
Mrs. II. J. Smith, of Salem, spent
last week on their farm near this
Hoy Simeral, who has been sick
forborne time, is convalescing.
Mrs. John King is very sick, and
her recovery is doubtful; but all that
medical skill can do to aid in restor
ing her to health is being done.
AV. H. 11. Darby is building a
barn preparatory for his share of tho
abundant yield of grain the lato
rains insure to the farmers in tho
Itev. Sharp, of Salem, preached a
very able sermon here last jSunday.
Ills Mibjoet, 'To whom shall wo go?'
being sustained and answered by
portraying tho dillbreneo between
tho Atheist, tlie Pantheist, tlie De
ist, and the Christian religion.
Mr. Alderson last Friday cloM-d a
very successful term of school at this
place. An enjoyable feature of tho
last day's exercises, at least so the
childern thought, was tho ico cream
furnished by Mr. Alderson as a treat
to tho children. Miss. Jennie Grif
llth also finished a term of school In
tho Oak llldgo district thosanioday.
Tho literary exorcises in the after
noon were above tno average 01
country school exhibitions.
Last Saturday was tho day iq-
polnted for tho meeting of tho re
publican club, but for some reason
not enough persons were present to
form a quorum, and no business was
transacted. Possibly they a re so ela
ted over their lato victory that fur
thorwork of the club Is not thought
necessary for future success; or tho
reaction of tho past few days' enthu
siasm may havo resulted seriously
and tho republican' club of tho Wal
do hills bo known no more.
Mr. and Mrs. lien Davenport gave
a party last Friday evening, and the
young people congregated to dedi
cate a now barn Mr. Davenport has
lately built. Although tho evening
was warm, dancing was kept up un
til a lato hour, when all dispersed to
their homes highly pleased with tho
evening's entertainment. If Mr.
Davenport's barn is always as well
filled with tho products of tho farm
as it was that night filled with Joy
ous humanity, ho will havo no
reason to complain of a lack of this
llaik to Kansax.
II. M. Hitinson will start to-morrow
morning for Kansas, again,
where ho will stay only until ho gets
ills aflairs and Interests in that stato
settled up, when he will return to
Oregon. lie takes a lot of Oregon
literature with him, and will prob
ably bring back a goodly number of
thrifty Kanwum with him. Mr.
Hraiihon is interested In tho River
side addition to this city.
David I. Hutchinson was granted
a divorce from Ills wife, Flora M.
Hutchinson, In tho circuit court this
morning. The decree gives Hutch
inson tho control of the four
children. They were married in
1872 in this county.
An Alnolute Cure.
Tlie ORIGINAL A1II5TJN:;
OINTM HNT Is only put up In lar,i
two-ounce fin boxes, and Is un
absolute cure for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, ami al'
skin eruptions. Will jmmIUviJj
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL AHIISTINB OINT
MKNT. Isold byD. W. Matthews
& Co., 100 State street, Salem, .H 1H
cent )er box by mull SO cents.
!) Ilr lulb.
Mrs. PIkhImi Cliesley, Peterson,
Clay Co., Iowa, tells the following
remarkable story, the truth of which
is vouched for by the resident of the
town:. "Iain 78 years old, have
been troubled with kidney huh.
plaint ami lameness formally years;
OMiikl not dress myself without help.
Now I am free from all isiln ami
soreness, and am able to do all my
housework. I owe my tliaulu to
Jfileetrie Iilttcrs for having renewed
my youth, and remou d completely
alT rfis. u- and imin " Try u iKittle.
1 6U0. and 91. at Tl. W. Cox's drug
To lie Operated From Sail i'ranclwo.
Tlie Southern Pacific company
yesterday issued a circular taking
charge of tho Oregon and California
railroad property. The OregoiUlnos
will hereafter be operated from the
ofllce of the company at San Fran
cisco. The care and management
of tho property, die conduct of its
business aflairs tlie regulation of tho
service and tho issuance of all in
structions pertaining to tho oper
ation of tho "lines lu Oregon," aro
Intrusted to tho manager, subject to
the order of tho general manager,
in all cases, save only when the
president or tlie vice-presidents,
deviating from tills rule, niako tho
exception. Tlie officials of tho lino
in future will bo as follews: A. X.
Towno, general manager, San Fran
cisco, Cal.; Richard Koehler, mana
ger, "lines iu Oregon," Portland,
Or.; J. C. Stubbs, general tralllo
manager, San Francisco, Cal.; R.
Gray, general fi eight agent. San
Francisco, Cal.; T. H. Goodman,
general passenger and ticket agent,
San Francisco; K. P. Rogers, assis
tant general freight and passenger
agent, "lines in Oregon," Portland,
LnjiiiB the Corner Stone.
On Friday, Juno lo, at 10 o'clock
a. at., laying tho corner stone of tho
magnificent exposition building and
zoological gardens of the North
Pacific Industrial Association will
take place. Tills association, organ
ized with a capital of $ir0,000.00, is
now erecting a mammoth building
in the city of Portland. Work on
tho structure will be pushed forward
day and night, and tho building
will bo ready for tho llrst annual ex
position early tlie coming fall. No
expense Is to bo spared to make this
tho grandest display of tho Industrial
interests of the coast that has over
been attempted. Its comprehensive
scope and tho perfection of dotall
give evidence that no merely
ordinary fair is in contemplation.
Tho corner stono laying will bo an
Hie Iteeoiiler'n Court.
Yesterday David Shepard was
sent up four days, and Fred Raker,
who paid 0110 lino on Saturday was
allowed to pay another this morn
ing amounting to $7.80. Roth had
been drunk. Peter Logan was
picked up lato last night ami after
giving tho court all tho money ho
had, ho left town on-routo to
"Qulncy bay." Ho did Intend to
blow up tho recorders court ami all
tho "cops" lu I ho newspapers, but
tho recorder robbed him of all his
money, and he was unable to
purchase any space In tho enter
piisingjmirnalsof tlilsclty in which
to vent his general disapprobation
of his treatment. Ho will probably
"post" them on suno fence board
outside of town.
Iii Conu 111 it lou liiruralle.r
Read tho following, Mr. C. II.
Morris, Newark, Ark., ways : "Was
down with Abe-ess of Lungs, ami
friends and physicians pronounced
moan iucurahlocoiiHumpllvc. Regan
taking Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, am now ou my
third buttle, and able to oversee tho
work ou my farm. It Is the finest
medicine ever made."
Jessie Mlildlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
savs: -'Had it not been for Dr.
King's New Dlccovery for consump
tion I would have died of Lung
Troubles. Was given up by doctors.
Am now In best of health. '' Try It.
Sample bottle free at II. W. Cox'h
"Ilelrn lo Jlllllom,"
tho newssi)t-r stated, and how
many women, probably, read the
same, and envied her. Rut little
was she to bo envied, however; for
lu spite of her great u call h she was
miserable It was her lot, lu com
mon with myriads of women, to
suffer from thss "chronic weak
nesses," which are jtccullar to tho
female sex. Miserable, nervous, and
discouraged, she would gladly nave
given every dollar of her fortune for
one brlel Installment of health.
I low easy, ami how inexjtenslve,
would Isj the Journey to health, If
Dr. Ph-roe's fuvorlto prescription
was selected as a remedy, ami tin
use of tlie same crsistod In; that Is,
the exsjrieuce of thousands of
women allllftedln theabovomaunor
toMches us to pitsltct so. It Is tho
only medicine for women, sold by
druggists, under a positive guaran
tee, from the maiuuaeturrs, that It
will give satisfaction 1 11 1 ery case,
or money will l n-fundtl. This
Kiarantee has been printed on tho
t tie-wrapper, und faithfully car
ried out for many yean. Dr.
Pierce's pelleU, or awn -bilious
granules, cure sick headache, dy
pesla and ooustlsttin.