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SALESM, OR., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1SSS.
rtFO V. KELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
(j nnd District Attorney. OtHco at court
mILMON KOUD, ATTORNEY AND
'counselor nt Law, Salem, Oregon.
(Jjice up stairs in ratton's block.
HAW GKEGG, ATTORNEYS AT
inn- snlrnn. Orcson. Ofllce in Patton's
lock, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
T RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
fin? Office, over Canltol National
,'nk, 249 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
fTTM KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
V " Salem, Oregon Ofllce with TUnion
Fnrd in Tatton's building. Will practice
in all the courts of Oregon. Collections
made Land olllco business a specialty.
ST. HELEN, TIANO TUNER AND
ri.iirpr. All work w.irranted.
,' nnlcrs nt T. McP. Patton's book
store, State street, Salem, Or.
nxrnnss wagon, quick and safe
Pj delivery. Wm.uennlo having bought
the express business of Walter Lowe, is
nrenared to deliver trunks, valises, pack
age and any thing else that he can get in
hl waiwn to any part of the city, quicker,
safer better, nnd neater, than it can bo
done by any body else. Leave orders at
I Flro nnd Ma
JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician nnd
surgeon, will open an ofllce in the New
Bank Block, on May 1st, for the treatment
of all diseases of women, nnd all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen nnd
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 176, Salem, Oregon.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis & GhamLcrlain.
! acres, 3 miles from Snlcm, highly
Hots, good liouso and barn, East Sa
Slots, flucly situated 1750
800 acres, 2.J miles from Salem, well
Improved, can bo divided into 3
or four tracts 10,000
200 acres, 8 miles from south of Salem,
fair ImprovemementSjflne tivber
and water 8200
1 block of land, 3 houses, rent for $12
each, pays Interest on S10UO 3000
60 acres & miles south of Salem, fair
62acre, adjoining citj- limits, in
Hot, good house and barn, ndjolnlng
couit houso.block 1850
lane, Salem, new house and barn,
plenty of small fruit 2000
The foregoing Is but a partial list of the
bargains wo havo to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
A good iron framo Ilorso Power. Good
for nil uses, from one to full capacity.
All for tho low price of $30. Call nt the Pa
cific Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's ofllce. Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE 2SS ACRES,
25 In enltlvatlon,30acresgood timber, bal
ance pasture; 100 acres In fall wheat, 25
acres in oats, nnd 30 in potatoes. House,
barn, orchard, etc. Two miles north of
Salem, may bo divided; price, ?50 per ncro,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
t& acres, nenr Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
agood road, from Salem, HJ ncros In cultl
ation,balancoiu tlmbor. Well watorcd,
good SlOOOhousoof 8 rooms, moderate barn,
well at the door; nil fenced nndu thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen noros seeded to
Future grass, nnd 07 acres ingrain. Pur
chaser can havo liberal terms to harvost
PRICE 4000, TIME GIVEN.
Como right to tho farm nnd snvo agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Chnrloy Robertson, at
the Urange Store.
FOR SALE or RENT !
ll watered and plant- ot timber. Two
nws and two burn. Good orchard.
n.1i.w na ISO Korea ptow l"id. WT
nid of cuttle with the ptaoe If wanted, and
nrsi enough to run 1L WlUiln live uitlew
Mut&od" '&(X I1, 1L A fcHWtftt
Enquire at Offke of Caoital Journal.
I. SMITH'S OIL CAN HOLDER.
lj" ing oaed W. a Hinlth' OU Clan JloM
,r" Mil good word spoken tn Itafitfwr
J''""" it to be the most atata! ami
.niit houaehold article.
P A 1-arvlu, Ir. J. Kernolds,
u. . ,hew Oo, A. T. OllWt.
i. J X. Smith, lw. J. W. Meredith,
I'hadwlcfc, A. Utant,
i, i ."". Friedman,
' diu, A. Mayer,
J0, Vf. Braymaa.
H. W. COX,
(Successoi;to Tho Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Toilet Articles, '
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL. HAVANA FILLEK
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
tKS-Tho best Ave cent clgnr In the mar
ket. II. V. COX,
difcw 100 State Stieet, Salem.
Importers and Dealers In
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. 303 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
HW Agent for the UICHAUDSON &
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnace. Es
tablished in 1S1D.
tl I C P rcrcTTTHRn rVT Z
Send (r Cvrcular,l.MlWi3feae
4QI U gy H H ifU - Ti23
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST., SALEM, ORj
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholosale DeDot
ESTABLISHED BY XATIONAIt AUT1IOKITY.
Capilal Paid up, -Surplus,
- - S75.UU0
- - - 9,500
U. S. WALLACE, - - President.
t,Y. MARTIN, Vice-President.
J. II. ALUEUT, .... Cashier.
Y. T. Gray, W W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, It. S. Wallace,
, .I.'II. Albert,
T. McF. Pattern.
To farmers on wheat nnd other market
able produce, consigned or In store, '
either In prl vnto granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llcrlln,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
First National Bank
WM. N. LADUE. President.
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President.
JOHN MOIH, Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London nnd Hong Kong
bought nnd sold. Stale, County nnd City
warrants bought. Farmers nro cordlnlly
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances mndo on
wheat, wool, hops and other property nt
reasonaDio rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained nt tho bnnlc in
most rellnblo companies.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hnnd tho best quality of
fell and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
S A.US A.Q E
S-Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Cull and seo for yourself.
JicCHOW & WILLARI).
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
.OTJ-A11 kinds of fresh nnd cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and a Miunro
ucui au uruuuu.
T" HAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
Jj ery Stublo, corner of Btnto and Front
streets, or on tlate nt cornerStnto and Com
morclnl streets. Prompt attention and
en ro guaranteed.
V. A. BENSON.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Hoofing and Spouting a Specially.
3-At the old stand of lion. Strang, Coin,
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it "AS
dlett are giving willnfuctlon, and a oiih
toinorwithllriinchltiHMiyH It Is the only
rt'iuuuy uitu gives iiiauini rener.
HK1111EI.1, A COVKK. DrilKKiStM,
Riven, lue. ChI.
the pleniiiire to Inform
ndVU you that your I'rviwrutloriK are
meeting with targe wile. Wo hear
Nothing but Praise ffiffn,
fMMtltn In-' lun 1 limn
casion to'-'uw) tlieiu.
Tliat it will oooomnlUli the end dent red
In all ultbctioiw of the Throat and Luiur
It- mill d yon not only will not be
II Will without It yountelr, but will
recommend it to other, as tlMuaanU
have done, who liave tried everything
eie in vain. Money Is no object where
health Is In the ".,,,!.,,,. ..
balance, and the UOIlVinCe YOU
trifling auin of one dollar can jturcbaae
a remedy that will stand between you
and one of the most dreaded of human
Circular sent free, oontaJutiu; detailed
Is prepared only by toe AHICTINK
MKIjICAI, OO., OroriUe, CM.
Tiio Capital National Bank
Sulft on Ilnrilson.
Sax Fit vncisco. Juno 20. Hon.
John F. Swift, Avlio stuinpcil Ore
gon previous to tho last state elec
tion, said to-day: "Harrison will
surely carry this coast. He is oneof
tho most upright and cleanest men
in tho nation, and niter Blaine the
strongest in the party. Harrison is
honestly against the Chinese now,
and that is enough for tho coast."
A Urn y Piivchnsc.
Baltimoue, Juno 20. George Jr.
Pullman has concluded the pur
chase of the entire Baltimore & Ohio
railroad sleenluir car system, includ
ing tho contract for the operation of
me ruinnan ears lor twenty-live
years. The price paid is about ?1,
200,000. Tills goes into effect to
night. Serious Steamer Collision.
London, June 20. The British
steamer Tynomouth Castle and the
Pied Star Line steamer Nordland,
have been in collision. The Nord
lnnd was bound from Antwerp to
New York, and it is believed that
Mrs. Folsom, mother of Mrs. Presi
dent Cleveland, is among the pass
engers. Tho Tynemouth is badly
damaged. Sho put into South
ampton In a sinking condition.
It is not known to what extent the
Nordlaml has been damaged.
Delegates MmUeli Up.
Tiffin, Ohio, Juuo 26 The fast train
on the lialtitrorc .V Ohio, loaded with Chi
cago delegates ran into a freight train
near Chicago Junction this morning while
going at a late of forty miles hn hour.
The engine, baggage car ami freight cars
were demolished. The engineer was fatal
ly hurt. A number of passengers were
scratched and liruised. All were taken
back to Columbus.
Helena, Juni 26 Word comes from
Alhanibra Hot Spumes of a fatal shooting
affray Sunday. A Swedish teamiter be
came involve!! in a drunken quarrel with
a smaller nun in a saloon and rais'd a
chair to strike his adversary, wheu Frank
Walker, tho bartender , fearing tho small
er man foulil be killed, nulled his revol
ver and tired at tho Swede. The bullet
missed ils aim, passed through the door
and stiuck a man named Reeves inflicting
a serious wound. Walker then fiied again
and this time hit the Swede, who stag
gered to the front door and fell dead.
Walker was arrested.
Flk ami lli'oolv's llatlfneatlon.
Lust night the 09 prohls of Silver
ton nnd vicinity had a Jubilee. Af
ter 11 number of inspiring pieces by
the Silverton brass band, Prof. An
derson, of tho public schools, was
called to tho chair. Tho audience
sang "A Better Day is Coming"
(when tho prohls aro no more), and
President Van Scoy, of tho WJllnin
etto Unlvorsity, Bow J. J I. Boork,
nnd Elder J. W. Webb, mado
speeches which were received with
Home enthusiasm. The prohibition
ists persist In tho beliof that they
will poll au increased voto In Ore
gon and uu aggregate of half a mil
lion in tho United States for Flak
Making Hure of the I'aitou,
There Is an account going the
rounds of tho papers of n Methodist
preacher In Clackanias county
losing his way while going to marry
a couple and keeping tho expectant
pair waiting till -1 o'clock in tho
morning. Our townsman, Mr. II. O.
Ward, evidently takes no chances
for he was ospled this afternoon
driving out with Elder J. W. "Webb
to the residonco of Miss Lulu Clark
whoro tho wedding was to take
place at 6 p. in. to-day. The Joint-
NAI, always to the fore, wleues tho
bride ami groom much happlnoaw
In mlvHiieu of tho aunouuoeiuent of
the event having Uiken place.
The only HiiHrauteed cure for
catarrh, oohl fii the head, hay fever.
roe cold, catarrhal deafness ami
sore eyes. Itestore the sense of itmle
and unpleasant breath, resulting
from catarrh. Easy ami pleasant to
use. Follow directions and a cure
hs warranted, by all druggist. Send
for clruular to A1JIET1NEI MED
ICAI, COMPANY, Orovllle, Cal.
Hlx months' treatment for II: sent
by mall, $1.10. For sale by J). W.
Call oil AViiitSK & Tliomas for the
besl gro4iiis lu town.
Cream soda, lea eraain soda, milk
shakta, leraotuute atfttroug & t'o.'s.
Mrs. John King is slowly recover
ing from a severe attack ot sickness.
Farmers in the hills have general
ly tlnlshcd plowing their summer
J. P. Humphreys, who is usually
the llrst among the farmers in this
vicinity to begin the work of tho
season, be it seed time or harvest.
has already cut and stored part of
Mrs. M. A. Short has returned
from her visit to Ooldendale. V. T,
accompained by Miss Jennie Belle
Short, who has been visiting rela
tives in the territory since last au
tumn. Mr. and Mrs. George Given have
returned from their trip to Canada,
and Qeorgo Clymer and family have
returned from Prinevibe.
The Turner camp meeting, tho
Dunkards' initial meeting at Mae
leay, and the secular pi'Miic at Sil
verton last Saturday, have engaged
the attention of our people during
the past week.
Next fall there is to be a baso
boom in Pendleton.
The new hotel at Dallas is being
hurried along, and it will bo com
pleted by Aug. 1st. It will bo a
handsome three story frame struct
ure, Its cost $.1,000, Uiley & Coad the
"West Side: A Gorman, whoe
name wo were unablo to learn,
while engaged in cutting wood for
J. 11. Moran one day this week,
caught the ax on a limb over Ids
head and when the ax did come
down it struck tho German In tho
torehead, cutting an ugly gash.
Tho Astorlan Transcript com
plains of two do.on sacks of putrid
salmon being put up in that place,
and asks, "how can tho high repu
tation ofColiimbia river salmon lie
maintained under such clrcumstan-
lii the AVroiiB Place.
Albert Miller, an "engaged"
young man of JIarrisburg, has
learned oflleially that there Is a
right and a wrong place for giving
to his sweetheart a token of his af
fection. His lire-honeymoon ardor so over
came him that he kissed his be
trothed on tho street. Arraigned
beforo the court for this impropriety,
the too-fond swain pleaded that ho
had often kissed his girl in the par
lor without protest in luct, to ner
evident enjoyment and he did not
suppose sho tvould o'bet to a
snatched salute on tho street.
The stern judge, long out of prac
tice in Cupid's court, gave the young
man two months in jail "to learn
tho dlU'erenco between kissing a
young lady In her own parlor and
committing 1110 act 01 oscillation 111
a public place." The right thing at
tho wrong time is often an oil'ense.
Now York World.
"I'cnny Wise ami found FooIIhIi."
That's what men aro who plod
along trying to do their business,
when they are half dead. Their
eyes aro diiu and throb; their head
aches; tho children annoy them;
their wives ioho tneir unarms; tiioy
lose their ambition; they make mis
takes in their accounts, and the
wholo world looks blue; they hate
themselves and everyone else. And
why? If you feel so, why don't
you stop and think a minute or aro
vou too st upld? Your liver and
blood aro out of order; that's all.
You need u good rogulatorand tonic.
Take a bottle of Dr. Plorco's Golden
Medical Discovery, and you will feel
like a new man. In three days your
wife will bo the prettiest ami sweet
est Woman lu tho world; your chil
dren's dispositions will bo exactly
like your own; your business will
Improve, alid you will make money
enough to pay for tho "Golden Med
ical discovery" a hundred times
over. Don't iw stiinnorn. mil iry 11
If vou suller from "cold In the
head." or from Nasal Catarrh,
Dr. Sago's Catarrh llcmwly.
euros wnenever every thing falls
W. D. Hoyt ifc Co., Wholesale and
Iletall Dniggl-U of Home, Ga., say:
We have Thwii selling Dr. King's
New Discovery, ISlectrfo Bitters anil
Bueklon's Arnica Salve for four
years. Have never handled reme
dies that sell as well, or give
such universal satisfaction. There
have lieen some wonderful wires ef
fected by tlteae medicine lu this
city. Several eases of pronounced
consumption have been entirely
cured by use of a few bottles of Dr.
King's New DUoovery, taken lu
connection with Electric Bitters.
We guarantee litem always. Bokl
1'nlntaM dental openstloiis at Dr.
T. C. Smith's, 02 BUte street.
liiill'alo Pill's next enterprise will
be to conduct a party of llritish nota
bles across the plains. The start will
be made early in the fall.
The Providence ill. 1.) bank de
faulter, I'ileher, was nabbed in Mon
treal on Tuesday, and will be
brought to this country for trial.
He had bought a steamer ticket for
England and would set sail tho next
Sidney Howard Gav, author of
Hryant and Gay's "History of tho
United States," died at his residence
in New Brighton, Staten Island,
after a three years' illness caused by
affectum of the spine.
J. 11. llaggin, the millionaire
mine owner of California, lias been
selling out his stable of thorough
breds In New York. Tho sum
reallcd on the sale is $1 10,000.
The London Times attributes tho
failure of the republicans to nomi
nate Blaine to his absence from tho
country. "But," it adds, "as he is
no friend to Knland, we can all'ord
to regard his defeat with consider
Klm'liiK YoMHiilto l'.imicr.
"To see how things are run by
those controlling tho Yiwenilto valley
would make any honest citizen's
blood boll," said 1-. 11. Sllman, n
stage driver and part owner In a
stage line iiiiiiilug from Milton to
the Yoseinite, while in conversation
with a Chronicle reporter yesterday.
"I can't talk about it without get
ting angry, and neither could you if
you were in my position. For a
merely nominal stun two men
named Kaufmann and Mclviuuey
have sccuried from tho Yosemito
commissioners the exclusive light
to all of the pasturage, stable, car
riage, horse and other facilities lu
the valley, and they sot their heels
on the necks of people who aro
obliged to patronize them. It Is a
shame the way in which they aro
treating the campers there. They
are In fact driving them away by
their actions. They won't give them
any decent ground to camp on and
they charge !1 cents a pound for hay
and 4 cents for barley for their
horses. This sort of thing Is out
rageous." "Yes," remarked a gentleman
from Souora, who happened to bo
present, "the hay Is worthabout $10
a ton and tho barley about 1J cents
'Thon," said Mr. Hilman, "they
overcharge on everything else.
What do you suppose they charge
to keep a horse over night? Two
dollars. Just think of It. Why, 11
dollar would bo dear enough for
such service. Wo were beforo tho
commissioners at their meeting last
week with an application for tho
privilege of stabling our stage horses
there Independent of tho monopoly.
The request was refused. The rates
wore $1.60 beforo wo mado tho re
quest; now they havo put them up
to SU, and, mind you, this Is only
for kccnliur one horse over ulKht.
Hau Franolsco Chronicle.
lli'ltrr Tlmn Ton "Wlpor,
On tho gercennt's dosW In tho Twenty-
third sub-precinct polioe itntion, nt tho
Grand Central station, ancxoaivciy inky
potato is always to be found,
"It makes a new pen m good ati old anil
an old one as good as new," a.iys Sorgt,
duration, and whou his pen troubles him
in any way as ho trios to n rile bo Jabs It
into the tuber. lie claims that it in the
sovereign remedy. It takes off n brand
now stetil gloss 111 a jiffy, and in an equally
satisfactory way it oats off tho rusted and
corroded surface of a pen long in use.
New York livening World,
Mr. N. H. Frohllchstein, of
Mobile, Ala., writes: I take great
pleasure in recommending Dr.
King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, having used It for a severe
attack of Bronchitis and Catarrh.
It gave mo instant relict and entire
lv fined 1110 and I have not been af
llicteil since. I also beg to stato
that I had tried other remedies with
no good result. Have also usoil
Eloclrlo Bitters and Dr. King's New
IJfo Pills, Imth of which win
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, Is sold
on a iioaltlve guarantee.
Trial bottles free at Dr. U. W.
Cox's Drug Htore.
An Absolute Curt.
The OHIGINAL AlUmim.
OINTMENT Is only put up In largo
two-ounce (in boxes, and Is au
absolute cure for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, ami all
skill eruptions. Will ioUlvly
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL AHIKTINIS OLNT
MKNT. boki byD.W. Matthews
Co., 100 BUte street, Salem, at 2b
Cents sjr box by mall 80 ceiits.