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1'KOrKSSIOXAL CAItDS. MISClILLAEOUS. I FINANCIAL. TKLEOIJ U'HIC Sl'IlNTS
"Fn W. DEW, ATTORNEY AT LAW
ana uisinui ivuu(ut.vi vi,u l vLtib
mlLMOX FOKD. ATTORNEY AND
flfflco, "P snlrs In Pattern's block.
II VW A GHEGG, ATTORNEYS AT
lock, UP stairs over Relt's drug store.
n T IUCHAIIDSON, ATTORNEY AT
S Law. Office over Copitol National
ijank, !iW commercial nuuui, ouium, ur.
iTrSI. KAISKll, AJ'liJltJNiai Ai' LAW,
V Salem, Oregon Ollico with Tlhnon
Pord In l'atton's building. "Will practice
In nil the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land oillco business a specialty.
gfeT. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
repairer. All work warranted.
se orders at T. McF. l'atton's book
gtore. State street, Salem, Or.
riXPRESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
1 .iii.ni "' l?niuitn lintlm lirtiifrlit
Tilt; CAl" .o i mi. -.,j- -- -..... . . -j -
. 1 ilnllini ti4iiii1fd i-iillcno -nlr
Prepared to deliver trunks, valises, pack-
ices and any tmng ciso mat, no can get in
his w;on to nny part of the city, quicker,
saftr, better, and neater, than it can be
done by any body else. Leave orders at
C o in p any.
Klro and Ma
rine. JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
surgeon, will open an othco in tho Now
Bank lllock, on Jlny 1st, for tho treatment
of nil diseases of women, nnd nil other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygon nnd
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
A pood iron frame Horse Power. Good
for nil uses, from ouo to full capacity.
All for the low price of $;0. Call at f ho Pa
cific Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's otllce. Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE-285 ACRES,
2a in cultivation, 30 nere3 good timber, bal
nnco pastme; 100 ncres In fall wheat, 25
nor In nnta nnd :U1 ill notntOCJ. IIOUSC.
barn, orchard, etc. Two miles north of
fc-alem, may be divided; price, S50 per acre,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor. State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plenty ol timber. Two
houses nnd two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 ncros plow land. Fifty
bead of cattlo with tho place If wanted, nnd
hones enough to run it. Within live mllos
of depot on t ho O. & O. R. R. A bai gain for
Enquire at Office of Caoital Journal.
IhVi acres, near Prospect bill. 7 miles, by
agood road, from Salem, 1 ncros In cultl-
atlon, balance in timber, won wmeruu,
erood S1000 house of 8 rooms, moderate barn,
well at the door ; nil fenced and n thrifty
joung orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasture grass, and 07 ncres In Brain. Pur
chaser can have liberal torms to harvest
PRICE $4000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to the farm nnd snvo agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Roborteon, at
the Grange Store.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
JMis k Chamberlain.
W) acirs, 3 miles from Salem, highly
cultivated.- ----- w000
1 lots, good house and bam, Hat ba-
lem .- OJ
Slots, tluely situated 150
"oo acrek, 31 miles from Suleiu. well
Improved, can be divided Into
or four tract l(y0
20 acres, 8 mile from south or Salem,
tair lmprovememeutalne timber
and water ---- "260
1 hint k of land, 8 horn, rent for $12
tacli, pay. Intercut on WP0U 8000
SO n rcw h'i miles south of Salem, teir
5 acres, adjoining eity limits, in
Hot. good house and Urn, adjoining;
"urt house block u
1 acn', Salem, new house and barn,
plenty of small fruit JJ0
The foregoing Is but a partial list of the
bargains we have to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMHERLAIN.
OjwrH Hotwe, Court Street, Salem.
Having used W. K. Hmitb's Oil Oan Hold
er lo our severul tamill, we henrtlly er
dorse all good word, upokeu In lt Jaoi
We believe It u be lb mt u ful un .
nuenlent bouM-lkold urtli-li'.
rW.Z.M. Prin. Ir I. H.jnuUb.,
i. W. kUtlhru, A Co, A. T. l.llUrl,
l.J.X.Ru.llh, Ir. J. W. Mervditb,
?. V. Clssdwtck, A. Onint,
K. Wagnir, Oo. W. Halt,
11. OdeU, A. Mayer,
1' J. fry, W. Breywau.
(Successoito Tho Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions anil Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
aa.Tlio best live tent cigar in tho mar
ket. H. W. COX,
d&w 100 Stuto Street, Salem.
Importers nnd Dealers in
Boots and Shoes !
General Agents for Oregon of
W. 1). Forsytlio's Infallible Cora Cure.
243 Commercial -Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.
SALEM, : : : : : OHEQON.
A. E. STRANG,
No. 'JOi Commeielal Street,
lMumbing, Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
.-Agent for the RICHARDSON &
UOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished In 1RW.
C..J I.- r.whr.&UrWtltrV.S-
-LVirj:.. ..-.' :..
, MIIILNt- MUftaoromLt.cAi
SOLD AM) UUAIIAA1W.W . ...XI
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
. .. -awv
106 STATE ST., SAL,iiVL, jk.
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Depot.
ill i m i i i
WM. N. LADUE, -DR.
JOHN MOIR, - -
- - President.
- - Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London nnd Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially
invited to deposit mid transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonatno r.itos. Insurance on Mich se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank In
most reliable companies.
ESTABLISHED 11Y NATIONAL AVTIIOHITV.
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, - -
- -' 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALRERT, ... - Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Mnrtln,
J. M. Martin, 11. S. Wallace,
, J.H. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
nblo produce, consigned or In store,
cither in private KrannriObor
State and County Warrants llouglit at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn dliect on Now York, Chicajro, Snn
Francisco, Portland, London, P.irls, llcrljn,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
The SALEM MARKET
1)3 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho bost quality of
tell ami Salt Meats !
And nil kinds ol
S A U S A G- B.
3-Tho CLEANEST kept market m tho
city. Call nnd see for youoolf.
JIcCROW & WILLAR1).
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, SALEJI, OREGON.
flrg-AU kinds of fresh nnd cured moats
always on hand. Full weight nnd a square
deal nil ti round.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCES LIV
cry Stable, corner of State and Fiont
streets, or on slate at corner Slnto and Com
moralal streets. Prompt attention and
W. A. I1ENBON.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Hooting and Spoutiug a Specialty.
39-At the old stand of I ten. Strang, Com
Land of Discoverie
Those who have used it "
(lien arc kIvIiik Hiitlhfiictlon. and a eu-
tuincr Willi linJIicniiiHHaj'B u ihiiiuuiii
remedy tlmt jrle Imttaiit relief.
HKHKK.I.I. AZfttVltH, DruxyUtti,
the nlecimire to Inform
you that your Preiwrutloiut u.f
meetlne with teiue mile. fle lier
Nothing but Praise SKSVX
Nanucawkk Co., Druncbits,
That II will aoooinjrtliih IMe end dclred
in all KOeiiionN oi in.
te Throat and Luiikk
II W 1 1 1 wiiuoul 11 yowneii, uui ui
ruooiuinend It U othem. tm thuiUHtniiii
luive done, who have tried eer't'"nK
elte iu vain. Money la no object where
S3.Se.tate Convince You
tiifllnc ram of one doDar eon purebjuie
a remedy that will ataJMl between you
and on of the moat dreaded of human
Hla. . . ..
iv i, ill ". '"" "' w .1 -:.:" 7m
I. nriDared only by the AB1KTIXK
MKD1CAI. CO., OrovUle, OaL
a w- a XTIHWWTl 1'
TlieCapilal National Bank
Mia Ltuuu Kinso went to church
in Wnllu Walla on Sunday, ami has
not been eeu since. No tr.ico or her
can be found, and tho community is
mystified over her disappearance.
Among the passengers landed in
New Yorkyestcrdry from the steam
ship "Wisconsin, from Liverpool.
Wore 1.50 Mormon immigrants, who
left Utah over the ronnsvlvania
Dr. Newton IJateman, president
of Knox college, Ills., after thirteen
years of service, has tendered his re
signation, owing to 111 health.
Dispatches from points in Illinois
and Iowa state that millions of lo
custs are making their appearance.
They are doing little damage yet,
beyond killing young and tender
trees. Opinions vary as to whether
they are the seventeen year variety
The count of money in the sub
treasury at San Francisco is complet
ed. There is$ofl,r00,000 in tde vauhs,
which amount exactly tallies with
Both Gen. Sheridan and tho Em
peror of Germany are reported In
There is a lively stir InTacomaat
the refusal of tho city authorities to
prosecute the gamblers.
Advices from Honolulu say Dish
op, tho well known mind reader, has
beconiepartiully paralyzed from the
use of cocaine.
The latest returns from the sheep
counties swell Hermann's majority
REAL KSTATB TK.USVCTIOXS.
The following deeds were recorded
In the oillco of the county clerk dur
ing the past week.
R. F. Cooley and wife to "W. E.
Young, 25 acres in t o s r 1 w ; 000.
, G. W. "Wnturbury and wife, to M.
j. Fnsh, 0 acres In t 5 s r 1 w , 51550.
Clins. Lowrie and wife, to Hugh
Carr, 217.77 acres in 1 0 s r 3 w ; $f,
414.25. Williams & England to II. J.
Mlnthorn, 0,40 acres in 1 7 s r 2 w ;
Mrs. E. Borego to T. J. Chcrring
ton, land on Commercial btreet, Sa
lem ; $1,200.
J. M. Brown and wife, to Chas M.
Ilenkle, 1 aero in t 0 s r 1 w ; $150.
L. II. Turner, et nl. to LI..Io
Helmkeo, lots 1, 2 and 3 in blk 4 In
in Turner's add to Turner ; 75.
J. L. -Williams and wire, to R. 1'.
Boise, Sr., R. P. Boise, Jr. ; lot C in
blk 31, in Salem ; 3,500.
Francis Jt. BuRette to David
Keene, 50 acres in t 5 s r 2 w ; $187.
50. . John O. Dennis and wife, to Sar
ah E. Dennis, 80 ncres in t 8 s r 4 w;
J. L. Oreenwood et al., to Mary
E. Greunwood, 320 acres In t 0 h r 1
w ; 1.
J. K. Smith and wife, to David 13.
Swank, part of lot 1 In blk 14 In
Aumsvlllo , 400.
Is Cunnuiilion Incurable?,
Road tho following, Mr. C. II.
Morris, Nowark, Ark., says': "Was
down with AbccM of Lungs, nnd
friends and physicians pronounced
mean inuiiruhlocoiiHimiptlvc. Began
taking Dr. King'H New Discovery
for consumption, am now on my
third bottle, and able to ovcroco tho
work on my farm. It is tho finest
medicine over mude."
Josslo Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
says: ''Had It not been for Dr.
King's New Diecovcry for consuin
Hon T would have died of Luinr
Trouble. "Was given up by doctors.
Am now In beat of health." Try It.
SuhiuUj bottle free Ht II. W. Cox's
Mrrl in tle HJ.
I It not better to nip consump
tion, tho grentl scourue of human
ity, la tit bud, tlmn to try to stay
its prognatf on the brink of the
grove? A few doaea of CHllforniH'a
moat useful production SANTA
AR11S, the king of Consumption,
will relieve, and a thorough treat'
inetit will cure. Nusal Catarrh, ton
often tlie forerunner of consump
tion. oil be cured byCVLIFOfU
NIA CJIT-R-CUIU!. Tliese reme
dies am sold and fullv warranted by
D. W. MhUIwws A Co., 106 SUte
lUfrrttJ te a Kefrrc.
Iii theiatfccof Juc)l VMirhts vs
WalterL. Tooju-, an ai-tlon fr t
aule of a warehouse and division of
Ui-priM.tx-U,Judje Hlmw reri-rred
the matter to Louis II. Turpley to
take aud report testimony. Zl'Tf
Mr. J. H. Porter, of Harrisburg,
Ore., spent several days here among
Last Friday tho little daughter of
Prof. Anderson, of this place, fell
upon n stove and severely burnt her
hands and arms, but at present writ
ing she is much improved.
Tho Grange picnic, held at Mar
quamsvillo, last Saturday, took a
large portion of our people ; and our
town seemed almost depopulated ; a
good time was hud. It was a splen
did day for tho occosion until even
ing, when a hard rain fell and quite
a number of people received a thor
ough drenching. The picnic- how
ever was considered a grand success.
Rev. Clark Bradon, of Ohio, is ex
pected to bo nt Sllvertou sometime
In tho near future.
Tho grand ball to be given at the
Liberal Hall on the 23d Inst., will
undoubtedly bo a grand aflalr ; as all
necessary preparations are being
made, so all will be pleasantly en
tertained. Mr. C. M. Hinkle contemplates
building a residence on the property
ho lately purchased from J. M.
Miss Lida Hayes spent several
days In Salem, this week.
Mr. II. D. Mount Is very sick at
his residence, on Howell Prairie.
"Opposition is tho life of trade."
Sllvertou will soon have another
Tho residence of Mr. John Hicks
is almost completed, and presents a
Mr. A. Wolf, our enterprising
merchant, spent several days In
Portland, on business.
Tho many friends of Miss Lettio
"Wllstor, will bo pleased to loam that
sho is much improved.
Tito little hon of Lou AVoodsido
caino near losing his life, by falling
Into Silver Creek. But for tho time
ly aid of parties near by, no doubt
he would have been drowned.
Following Is the list or letters re
maining in (lie postolllce, at Salem,
Oregon, June 13, 18SS. Parties call
ing for them will please say "ad
vertised:" AH letters published as nou-dc-livered
will bo charged with one
cent in addition to tho regular
Butler, L F Brown, Ida
Bonham, Elmer Ilrowcr, Smith
Darker, Sarah Bowman, B H
Balvcc, .1 W Buruse, Rosy
Bogb, Alin Doon, Lilly M
Cain. It 1 1 Canterbury, R T-2
Clmlifun, Marcy Caper, Charley
Cllll'ord, J 15 Cook, "Win 11
Clark, H B-2 Cooper, Charles
Cook, Mary I Cosh, Andy
Davis, Ronnie Davis, LI..lo
Duke, Mathew Dove, 15 P
Edwards, Allco Elder, Walter
Gardner. James Glddlngs, J P
Gilbert, Wl! (Ireyson, Mr
Hamilton, Elmer Harrison, E II
Harvey, Amos Hess, Wm H-2
Illnklo, Lizzie Hunt, OS
Hendrlok, Andu Hoover, T
Hudson, Mr Howe, Don
Humphreys M Hodman, II h
Hydu, 15 Harty, J II
I ns Co
Johnston, Win '
Ken, Rev 15 It Koteh, Jacob
Khun, C K
Mathews. Lena MoKlbbon, 15
MeMau, MIchal Miller, Pfet
Murray, Alfred MoConnoll, J 1 1
OslMjrne, L It
Peek, Geo J Page, II R
Picker, Mrs Phlllli, JimiiIi
lUwrduii, James Rleger, JnoO
Kmltli, O W Scorenspii, otty
Millions, Joseph Hheprd, J J)
Htye, Henry 15 Stitton, JM
Hay, Grout Sanders, Frank
'lliuiuiMoii. W T-2
Williams, Tom D W Milel, J W
White, JIT Wlkldal, L F
iHe,J OlHSLL, P. M.
Motkln'ii ArnlM Salrr.
The lost salve In tho world foi
ruts, bruises, sores, ulosrs, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, cltapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
tions, ami positively on res plies, or
no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
reftiuded. Prtee 96 eenta per box,
For sale by Dr. n. W. Cox.
Eight of W. A. Pike's children are
down with the scarlet fever.
Mrs. P. F. Clark Isslowly recover
ing from her stroke of paralysis.
Mrs. M. Jones has been seriously
ill for several days.
More fruit trees have been set out
lately within a radius of threo and
n half miles of Zena, than iu any
similar area In the Willamette
valley, wo believe.
A fruit growers' association Is
greatly needed here. It would bo
beneficial In many ways. Wo need
to meet and discuss the best methods
for carrying this Infant industry to
a grand success. Who will help In
Some ono could make a fortune by
starting a cannery at Lincoln. Ho
could get 200 acres of peas and corn
guaranteed for next season. Twenty
live acres of strawberries, ten acres
of blackberries, llfty acres of plums
and prunes; ten acres of Royal Ann
cherries; twenty-live acres of Rartlet
pears, all as soon as could bo pro
duced. Who will investigate tills?
There Is no doubt hut that plenty of
land would bo donated by the people
Good fences make good neighbors.
So keep your fences well In repair;
and If your neighbor's stock trouble
you because of your poor fences,
. Farmers In this section have not
shown much enterprise iu tho mat
ter of blooded stock. Ono or two
have tried to encourage tho breeding
ofgood strains, but have not met
tho encouragement they deserved.
Let us work out of this rut.
Ten acres well cultivated, plowed
deep and thoroughly tended, will
produce more at less expense, than
thirty poorly farmed.
New methods, nioro system,
greater enterprise, moro frequent
social intercourse, more public spirit,
that's what Zena needs. God has
done all lie could for us.
Our school has been brought to
an untimely end by scarlet fever.
C. C. Walker has been ailing for
several weeks. His many friends
are anxious to see him about again.
Charlie Phillips will take up his
abode on his own place, next above
his brother Sam's.
J. R. Shepard informed us the last
time ho was out that he had no In
tention of moving away from Zena,
as reported by our West Sldo corres
pondent, until tho people of Zena,
drive him away.
This remedy Is becoming so welt
known ami so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
lilectrlo Bltlcrs sing tho same song
of praise, A purer medlclno doon
not exist and it is guarantcd todoall
that is claimed. Klcctrlc Bittern
will euro all diseases of thollverand
kidneys, will remove pimples, bolls,
salt rheum ami other uU'cctlons
caused by Impure blood. Will drlvo
malaiia 'from the system and pro
vunt as well as cure all malarial
fevers. For cure of headache, con
stipation ami Indigestion try Elec
tric Hitters. Futile satisfaction guar
anteed, or money refunded. Prico
50 cts. uniUI per bottle at II. W.
Cox's drug store.
A Naluial I'lului-i urCallfuuila.
It is only found In Butte county,
California, and In no other jmrt of
the world. Wo refer to the tree that
produces the healing and pouotrat-ill-
gum used in that pltiusnut and
effective euro for consumption,
asthma, bronchitis, and coughs,
ShiiIh Abie, the king ofeonHuniptlon
1). W. Matthews it Co., Km Ktato
state, Kalem, guarantees and sells It
for i a Isittlc, or three for $2.50. By
i lu ntu. of Cnllfiinilii CuUlt-Curu. all
symptoms of cattarrh are dispelled,
ailll Hie iiim'HSCi nuaui nnsangu in
speedily restored to a healthy cou
ifl! Inn. SI u lsidkiitfu. Bv mail. SI. 10.
Ci cu'ars free.
An AUolute Cure.
Tho ORIOINAL ABII5TINK
OINTMENT Is only put up In large
two-ounce tin boxes, and Is an
absolute cure for old sores, bums,
wounds, chapped hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will positively
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ABIIfiTlNE OINT
MENT. Sold byD.W. Matthews
A Co., 100 State street, Salem, ht 26
cents psr box by mail 90 cents.
Call ou Wlutera A 'lliomaafor tlw
bad groceries hi town.