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SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY, JUNE
TTeO. Vf. MELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
(t nnd District Attorney. Olllco nt conrt
mILMOX FORD. ATTORNEY AND
'Counselor nt Law, Salem, CIMjn.
Aiu ..nctnlra In Pntton's block. "
Uiutt " "
S LawSalem, Orepon. Otllce In Patton's
Bloefc, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
ST RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
Law. OtHco over Capitol National
Hank, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
-ITTM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
V Salem, Oregon. Otllco with TUmon
Ford. In Patton's building. Will practice
in nil tlio courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land olllco business? a specialty.
Er ST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
I repairer. All work warranted,
avo orders at T. McF. Patton's book
store, State street, Salem, Or.
-nXI'RESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
hi delivery. Wm.Rennle having bought
the express business of Walter Lowe, Is
nrcpared to deliver trunks, valises, pack
nscs and any thing else that he can get in
his waifon to nny part of the city, quicker,
safer, better, and neater, than It can be
done by any body else. Leavo orders at
Flro and Ma
rine. JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, nnthropologlst, physician and
surgeon, will open an olllco In tho New
Bank Hlock, on May 1st, for tho treatment
of nil diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism Ubed. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
A Reed Iron framo Horse Power. Good
for nil uses, from ono to full capacity.
All for tho low price of 530. Call at (ho Pa
cific Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's office. Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE 2SS ACRES,
25 In cultivation, SO acres good timber, bal
ance pasture; 100 ncres In fall wheat, 25
acres In oats, nnd 80 in potatoes. House,
barn, orcliaid, etc. Two miles north of
Salem, may bo divided; price, JJO per acre,
terms easy. Inqulro of
G. N. POTTOItFF,
Cor. State and Commercial Streets, Salem,
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plenty ot timber. 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 on tho O. & C. R. R. A bargain for
uire at Office of Caoital Journal.
W? , acres, near Prospect hill, 7 mlle, by
ajood road, from Salem, 113 acres In culti
vation, balanco In timber. Well watered,
good SlOOOhousoof 8rooms, modoratobarn,
U at tho door ; all fenced nndn thiifty
young orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pMiiro grass, and 07 acros lncrain. Pur
chaser can have llbcrnl 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.
RWL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis & Chamberlain.
lcr.s, 3 miles from Salem, highly
, eultiated ' $8000
fc'tt. Kood hoube und barn, East 8a-
,, '" . 2500
, finely situated 1700
wiH.res.2i miles from Salem, well
improed, can be divided Into 8
. r four tracts 10,000
"ir mprovememenU,nne timber
. nd water . 8250
W. knfland. 3 houses, rent for $12
M 1. pays intenkt on SI00U 8000
w; r iS. miles wnitU of Salem, fair
improw.menu - 23W
"-.. adjoining olty llmlu, In
m. .d..w .! ...... 1200
i i.it &km1 nouge nnd uarn nd0in,,g
"'iirt h.Hibe.bloek 1850
r twlt-in. new Ikkim and barn,
-..!' m f sntull fruit.
in. i r,-,,ing u but a partial lUtof the
""Varna we lwve to oflfcr.
Willis & chamberlain.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
, ''llwwsi'cjo, A.'T.'OlXSrV
JV, , ?u',. M. J. W. MawwIUh.
Max ,as ued W. H. KlulUl' OU QB Halt
J'o mr wxeraltoinlUiswe IwartUr
- ..ii k,.k1 wonU spoiian iu tU&Tmf
i now MM
H. W. COX,
(Succossorto The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
3-Tho best flvo c-cnt cigar In tho mar
ket. II. W. COX,
dAw 100 State Street. Salem.
Importers and Dealers In
and Shoes !
General Agents for Oregon of
B. Forsvllie's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Oeo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. K. STRANG,
No. tiffl Commerclql Street,
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Sfeain Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
lira- A cent
HOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnace,
tabllshed In 1819.
i.. nrnnc u. ",jo''
- - r t,t , -v
r.Ti AN I J (lUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST., SALEM, OR.
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Depot.
ira. n. ladue, -
DH. J. REYNOLDS,
JOHN MOHl, - -
- - President.
- - - Cashier.
Exclmnco on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought nnd sold. State, County nnd City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
invited to dejiosit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property at
reasonabio rates. Insurance on such po
curlty can bo "obtained at tho bank In
most rellablo companies.
ESTABLISHED BY ITATIOXAI. AUTHORITY,
- - - OREGON.
Capilal Paid up,
R. S. WALLACE, - - Ptesldcnt.
W. "W. MARTIN, - Vico-rresidcut.
J. II. ALBERT, ..-- Cashier.
V. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, It. S. Wallace,
, J.iII. Albert,
T. McF. l'atton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other market-
nblo produce, consigned or In store.
either in private granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonabio rates. Drarts
drawn direct on New Yoilc, Chicago, Kan
Francisco, I'ortlanu, Loudon, fans, licrlln,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
The SALEM MARKET
US COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
tali and Salt Moats !
And nil kinds ol
3Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Call and bee for yourself.
JICCROW & WILLARI).
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
43AU kind of fresh nnd cured monts
always on hand. Full weight and n'squaro
aeni an arouna.
LEAVE ORDERS AT liANCE'S LIV
ei-y Stnblo, corner of Stnto nnd Front
streets, or on slate nt corner Slate and Com
mcrclal Btreots. 1'rompt attention and
W. A. I1ENSON.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofing and Spouting a Specially.
as-At tho old stand of lien. Strung, Com
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it "
miw. itc kiiiik Mi.i.invtinii, nun n uiw
tomerwlth IlronchitlsMtyH It Intlieonly
remedy that ghe Instant relief.
HK1I1IKI.L, A C'OVXII, DniL'KlHt.
H.. " the pleoiiure to Inform
uVU you that your l'rmiaratloiis are
intietlng M'lth laneiHle. Wo hear
Nothing but Praise &
caklon tow like them.
NANbOAWKN A CO., DrUgKUU,
U., 'II And you not only wtll not be
Will wltiMMit It yonrMir. but will
recommend It to othww. a ilKHiMind
have (lon,wlH) lwve trted eerythln
etke in vain. Money la no omot wliere
E3SJW5 HS Convince You
trUllitkunxiHie dollar can purcliaw
h remitly that will stand between you
and one of the jnot dreade.1 of human
Circular nent flree.oontalnlug detailed
I nrepured only by the AHICTINK
MKIJICAI. CO., OroUle, CiU.
TheCapital National Bank
CIXCMXG T1IK C0WI10YS.
The Cliickiisaws Demand Unreason
i sonalilp (Irass Money the Cat-
tie Owners Resist.
Gainesville, Texas., Juno 12.
Some time ago the cattle muii or the
Chiekasww Nation of Iiulinii Terri
tory resisted u cattle tax of $10 per
head for cattle grazing on Indian
lands, and drove tho collector and'
his deputies nwuy with violence.
Tho Governor was notified, and
through him the United States gov
ernment. A peaceable settlement
was attempted, but without ti result
favorable to tho Indians. Tho cow
boys began to assemble, and now a
boutCOO are rendezvoused in the
southern part of the Nation.
Gov. Guy has ordered out tho na
tional militia, about 100 Indians, and
they are encamped now at Ardmore,
preparatory to moving upontho cow
bows. Captain MeLish was put in
command of them, and he has orders
to move them at once. To-day tho
camp was astir getting ready for tho
campaign, and it is expected troops
will bo on tho march to-morrow.
They will move cautiously, as it is
feared they are not strong enough
to combat tho cattlemen, who arc
armed with Winchesters. Many of
these men are citizens of tho nation,
ami it is feared that this is the ilrst
outbreak of a civil war.
Government troops at Fort Reno
arc prepared to take tho Held In case
tho Chlekasaws cannot quell the dis
turbances. TEIjIJUUAPHIC SPLINTS.
Tho Ithodo Island legislature has
re-elected Jonathan A. Chase, re
publican, to tho United States
Fon du Lac, "Wis., 10 miles from
Dtilnth, is under water. If tho dam
at Cloquct breaks tho loss will reach
$1,000,000, and tho great mass of logs
will be swept into Lake Superior.
Emperor Frederic now has trouble
with oesophagus, and can only take
nourishment by artificial means.
Tho Maine republicans in state
convention declare their preference
for Blaine, but If ho is not obtainable
they will support tho nomlneo of
tho Chicago convention.
The mother of Gen. Sheridan died
in Somerset, Ohio, yesterday. Tho
knowledge of his bereavement is
kept from her son.
Indian Commissioner Atkins
tendered his resignation to-day. Ho
is ambitious to bo elected United
States senator from his state, Ten
nessee. Tho Washington National Re
publican suspended publication yes
torday. It is merired in tho l'ost. an
An Ingenuous bank teller, Richard
Scott, acknowledged in a New York
court on Tuesday that ho had stolen
?15(),000 from tho Manhottnn bank.
This plunder ho entrusted to a
lawyer named Dunn to invest, and
tho latter appropriated it. Dunn is
being tried lor the robbery.
Not to ho .Scared.
Tuosday night of last weok, as we
wero preparing to go to bed after a
hard evening's work, Home murder
ous wretch hurled a brick through
the only window In our olllco. . It
was Intended for our destruction, but
that Providonco which watchesover
an editor as well as n sparrow willed
otherwise. Itstruck and knocked our
bedstead to plecoH, pied three (load
ads on thostoue, nnd then glanced
oH'and ripjed up several feet of lloor
ing, but left our ponton untouched.
We wero out of the olllco inside of
ten iniiiuU), but the bloodthlrety
fiend had made good his tope.
We havo boon warned that wo must
go, and this is tho seventh emphatic
hint to stir our stumin; but hero we
Mjuat. Wo don't vacate. We don't
Mat re. Wo don't change our od 1 tor
la 1 oouree one lota. We hereby otlfar
$10,000 reward for information tlmt
will lettd to the capture of the dm
tard who attempted toaawtatflimteiu,
ami hereafter we warn the public
that weal mil uleop with dmible
barrekMl shotgun neron the foot of
the bed. Any 0110 eomliiK to tlieof
floe at a late hour to ak m to play a
game of poker slHHild atop at KeoU'4
corner and whtoUe four tlnwa a a
aigual- Arlaoiw Ilowter.
Cull on Winter 4c Tltoina for thtt
el groceries lit town.
A Six Mill Tax Iovy-Hcihieiii
Police Forre "Koonomy
Tho council met last night and
after the usual preliminaries tho
commit too on ways and meansmade
tho following repert:
To the Mayor and Members of the
City Council Gentlemen: We,
your committee on ways and means,
to whom was referred the city as
sessment roll of tho city of Salem
for the year 1S&S, would most
respectfully report and 'recommend
that tho tax levy bo made on the
basis of llvo mills on all taxable
property of tho city, as nst-csscd by
tho city assessor; and also recom
mend that the city dispense with
tho services of ono policeman, and
also tho services of tho city attorney
for tho time being, as wo think each
an unnecessary expense to tho city.
O. D. IIuttox,
Fines and license estimated?! 1,'JOO
Rent of building " - 300
Saloon licenses " -1,550
5-mllltax " - 8,00!)
Estimated cost city govt, per
records per month at $800..
Intcrcston bridge bonds
lutereston notesand warrants
Net excess to apply on
Moved by Mlnto that tho assess
ment bo made six mills instead of
On motion tho name of Mr. Burn
drick being tho last policeman
elected nt tho.Tanuary meeting was
dropped as policeman.
On motion, ordinance No. 170
relating to tho election of city atr
torney was repealed.
Tho committee on accounts and
current expenses made tho follow
ing report of bills:
M.N. Chapman.- ?
Salem Gas Light Co
A. J. Jamigan
W. W. Martin.
Salem Water Co
C. II. McClano
E. H. Briggs
Salem Electric Light Co -
Mrs. C. 1). Snyder
J. C. Thompson
Wo your committee on
and current expenses would recom
mend that warrants bo drawn for
tho above bills, also that a warrant
be drawn In favor of Ladd & Hush
for frl,705.0."i In payment of note
against tho city now hold by tlioni.
We also recommend that the re
corder draw warrants for thosovoral
amounts duo the engine companies
at tho end of the last quarter.
A. N. Bush,
A. B. Mimt.
Upon motion tho report was
On motion It was ordered tlmt tho
bill of Morgan & Mend, JO, for
freight paid on city coal'be ordered
The street commissioner was In
structed to protect tho city from
damage in the opening of High
street, at tho creek crowing.
Tho ladles of tho Congregational
church wero given thousooiMarlon
Square on the 1th of July.
Other minor matters wero consid
ered, and the council adjourned.
Aa AtiMlnte Cure
Tim ORIGINAL ABIKTJNK
OINTMENT la only put up In largt
two-ounce tin boxes, and I uu
ubaoluto euro for old sort, burn,
wounds, chnpixal hands, and al!
skin eruptions. Will joltively
cure all kinds of pile. Aak for the
ORIGINAL ABIKTINI5 OINT
MKNT. Sola byD. V. Matthtw
a Co., 100 State street, Salem, at 26
(-villa jr box by mall SO conta.
Aealfwae born on the farm of
Michael Glbbona, Cambria county,
Ph., without the rentotaat algii of H
tall, 'lliere will U lllea 011 tlwttcalf
Ihtoband Ye'ea, I think ao; but
don't keep breakfaat waiting forme.
New York Hun.
The Coming Mate Kalr.
Meeting Capt. J. T. Apporsou,.
president, of tho State Agricultural.
Association at tho train tills morn
ing, a writer ot thlspaper asked
concerning the outlook for the com
ing stato fair.
"I think it is excellent from pres
ent Indications," said lie.
"Do you think tho Portland In
dustrial fair will havo any eilect to
wards weakening the state falrV"
"No, 1 don't think It will," was
responded. "I thinkouthocontrary,
It will havo a good clleet on tho
stato fair. 1 think we will get a.
good deal of support from tho North
Pncitlo Association. It will do
away with the Mechanics' fair In
Portland, and 1 don't think will
work against the state;fair as muek
as the old Mechanics' fair did."
Coining down tho street, Secre
tary J. T. Gregg was asked his opin
ion concerning tho outlook, and lie
echoed President Apperson's pre
dictions. "On what do you base your pre
dictions, Mr. Secretary?" the re
"On tho fact that a larger nuniler
of letters of inquiry are being re
ceived, than ever before, together
with more applications for the prem
ium list; then tho entries for tho
races this year are larger and bettor
than ever before. Yet, theko Is ono
thing that will touch a popular vein
this year, and do us much good In
tho pavilion exhibit, and that Is tho
fact that no entrance fees will bo
charged on any article entered In
tho ladies department, and Mint good
premiums aro ottered for everything
In tho pavilion display. Tho ladiea
havo always objected to paying en
trance fees on exhibits, and 1 am
glad they are required no longer. It.
will bring us a very largo exhibit of
ladles work, I feol sure. Tho coun
ty exhibits aro exported to bo very
lino this year, too, as tho premiums
for these have been Increased."
The fairpneets on September 17th,
Is ('onsiiniiuii Ini'iiralilo?
Read tho following, Mr. C. II.
Morris, Newark, Ark., says : " Win
down with Abcess of Lunirs. and
friends and physicians pronounced
mean lucurabloconstimptivc. Began
taking Dr. King'H New Discovery
for consumption, am now on my
third bottle, and able to oversee tho
work on my farm. It Is the llnesU
medicine ever made."
Jessie Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
says: "Had It not been for Dr.
King's Now DIccovery for consump
tion I would havo died of Lung
Troubles. Was given up by doctors.
Am now In best of health." Try It.
Sample bottle free at 11. W. Cox'ti
Mi'il In Ike llwl.
Is it not belter to nip coiiHUiup-
nwii, uiuininninuiiuiiuill IlllllllUl
II,. I.. H..7 I....1 (I,.... ........ ... ..1
its progress on tho brink of the
grave? A few doses of California'
most useful production HAN 'PA.
"iiiiv, uie King 01 inusuiupuon,
will relieve, and a thorough treat
ment will cure. Nasal Catarrh, tou
often tho forerunner of consumj
tlon, tain bo cured hvCALIKOlt
NIA OAT-U-OUKI:. These reme
dies aro sold and fully warranted by
I). W. Matthews it Co., 100 HtaUi
"Dour It (line, and Can Du It A(,'aln.'
Hon, J. I). Lee, of Dallas, spent last,
evening In the city, and went on to
Portland tills morning. Mr. Leo In
very happy over tho rottult of tho
late election, and snya "wo can do It.
again In November like a top."
The fact that tho two-headed girl
gets $75 n week from tho dluio mu
seums triumphantly otahIIhoti the
truth of the oldadage that twohuula
are Isitter than one. (Vdur Rapid.
Hoiim of our statu exchange favor
the holding of tho state election la
Novemlxsr. They aay one eleotlon h
your is enough.
London Truth, after weighing
Donnelly's groat cryptogram book,
rwfers to It aa alx jmiuiuIk of Bacon.
Evidently the book haa komo
Thoy aay that a woman died In
Rochester tho other day who had
not looked In a mirror for twenty
yeaw. Probably she waa blind.
"T1h letter that never oanie" waa
the one the aprlng jioet exited
with a remittance. Btwtoii Courier.
Wife (club night)
hoiiic early, John''
-Will you bo