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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, JUNE 2S, 1SSS.
FO W BELT, ATTOUNEY AT LAW
and District Attorney. Office nt court
mllMON FORD, ATTORNEY AND
I Counselor nt Law, Snlem, Oioson.
(fece up stairs In Patton's block.
rtiV & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
R uiv, Salem, Oregon. Olllce In Patton's
llocM'P smlrs over llelt's drugstore.
Law. Olllco over Cnpltol National
b, 249 Commerciiu sireci, caiem, ur.
itTM KAISER, A'J'l-UHWJSl AT JjAW,
V " Salem, Oregon Olllco with Tllmon
tifd in Patton's bulldlnir. "Will practice
in all the courts of Oregon. Collections
Jade. Land oillce business a specialty.
Sr ST HKlic, i i-viu luicijfc iixu
repairer. All work warranted,
ive orders at T. Met'. Patton's book
store, Stato street, Salem, Or.
-nXPIlESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
I V delivery. Win. Rcnnle having bought
the express business of Walter Lowe, is
M-fDa'rcd to deliver trunks, valises, pnek
UesVaud any thing else, that he can get in
his vason to any part of tlio city, quicker,
iter better, and neater, than it can bo
done by any body else. Leavo orders nt
Flro and Ma
rino. JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
sunreon, will open an otllcc in the New
Bank Block, on May 1st, for the treatment
of nil diseases of women, nnd all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienloaud nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnctim used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
HEAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
.Willis & Chamberlain.
GO acres 3 miles from Salem, highly
4 lots, good house and barn, East Sa-
5 lots, finely situated 1730
SOO acres, 2.1 miles Iroin Salem, well
improved, can bo divided into 3
or four tracts 10,000
200 acre. 8 miles from south of Salem,
fair Iniprovemements.flne tlber
and water 3230
1 block of land. 3 houses, rent for $12
each, pays Interest on StOOU 3030
80 acres i miles south of Salem, fair
lmprov cments !00
6;acres, adjoining city limits, in
1 lot, good houfco nnd barn, adjoining
court house block 1830
lacre, Salem, new houso nnd barn,
plenty ot small fruit 2000
The foregoing is but a partial list of the
bargains wo have to odor.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
A good iron framo Horso Power. Good
for all uses, from ono to full capacity.
All for tho low price, ot" J.S0. Call at (ho Pa
cific Cider, Vinegar fc Fruit Preserving
Company's oltice. Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE 2SS ACRES,
25 In cultivation, Macros good tiinbor, bal
ance pasture; -100 ncros In fall wheat, 23
acres in oats, and 80 in potatoes. House,
wrn, orchard, etc Two miles north of
Salem, may bo divided: prlco, 830 per acre,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
1635a acres, near Prospect hill, 7 mllos, by
"good road, from Salem, 141 ncres In culti
vation, balance In timber. Well wntored,
good S1000 house of 8 rooms, moderntebarn,
well nt the door ; nil fenced uudn thrifty
joungorcliard. Thirteen ncros seeded to
pasture grass, nnd 07 norea ingrain. Pur
ebaser can have liberal terms to harvest
PRICE 1000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to tho farm nnd savo ngent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Chnrloy Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
FOR SALE or RENT !
w!Llr,0,T "na P ot timber. Two
"" nd two iamC Good orchard.
Meudi.w and UO acres iilow land. Fifty
ad of cauie with the place If wanted, and
nor enough to run It. Within five mites
nwSod0n ,tUIt'r- Ataulnfor
Enquire at Office nf Caoital Journal.
SlIITIi'S OIL CAN HOLDER.
llaMnc uacd w. H. Hmltb-a OU Oa Hold
ZZ!1? . o UeiJiot uaendairt
Ul-:r"""i nouaehoM artlclr.
iTu w M- P.", lr. J. lU-rnolcU.
it i ." i Oo, A. T. Gilbert,
J T. siaier
H. W. COX,
(Succossor;to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
CHEMICALS & -PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULIj HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ttS-Tho best Ave cent cigar in the mar
ket. II. w. COX, .
dJtw 100 Stato Street, Salem.
Importers and Dealers In
Boots and Shoes !
General Agents fpr Oregon of
W. II Forsyte's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
.A. E. STRANG,
No. 303 Commercial Street,
Plumbing, Gas and Sleam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
for the RICHARDSON A
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished in 1819.
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D 1 Sr-EWfrTROAT 't
mox,r .-...'-. .'. f nfiRAN n
IV f l- V -t
fvr r iv.-1-'! "u.l n
SOLD AND GUARANTEED IJY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
1O6 state St., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale De ot
B5TABLISHKD 11Y NATIONAL AUTllOntTV.
mi.-n :xi t
u uiai iu
SALEM, - - -Capital
Paid up, - -
- - 75,000
- - 9,500
c, - - -
. S. WALLACE, - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, ... - Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. "V. Martin,
J. M. Martin, 11. S. Wnllnee.
, J. H. Albert,
T. AlcF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market-
able produce, consigned or In store.
consigned or In st
ciiuer in i
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par,
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
First National Bank
W.M, N. LADUE. - -
DR. J. REYNOLDS, -JOHN
MOIR, - - - -
- - President.
- - Cashier.
Exchango on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London nnd Hong Kong
bought nnd sold. State, County and Clt j
warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances inndo on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
rcasonaoio rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank In
most rcllablo companies.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
Mi and Salt lids !
And all kinds of
3-Tlio CLEANEST kept market 111 tho
cily. Call and see for yourself.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
t3-All kinds of frosh nnd cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and a square
ueai 1111 nrouuci.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
ory Stable, corner of Stato nnd Front
streets, or on slate at corner Stntennd Com
merclal streets. Prompt attention and
"W. A. HENSON.
STOVES AND TINWARE!
Roofing and Spouting a Specially.
JAt tho old stand of lion. Strung, Com'
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it
die are giving satUfactlon, nnd a cus
tomer with HmnrhltiHMiyit ft Utheonly
remedy that given instant relief.
Skuhell t Covkk, DnigKlstii,
Unim " the pliure to inform
nave you tliatyour l'reiwtratloii are
meeting with iante Mila. We hear
nUlU!n, U..I Dn:nn from any
nuilllllii UUt I IdlOU luvlnc oc
OlWlOll Uu UM tlMIIl.
li ...ill nnd you not only will nut I
II Will without It youiwir. hut will
recommend it to others, mt tiioujumdn
ha e done, who hav triwl everything
eliw In vain. Money l no object where
iS3lSUtaJ5 SS Convince You
trifling Hum of one dofUr ean purchiuM!
a reinedjr that will Und between you
and one of tltemoU d.aadedo hninan
Clreolan aent free, eanialnlna detailed
Railroad Train ltrenks Through.
Montoomeuy (Ala.), June 27.
This morning a train boutli bound
proceeding to Mobile went through
it small bridge near Tensas. The
engineer, fireman, and two tramps
stealing a ride were killed. The
mail agent was dangerously hurt
arid four passengers and tho b'ngungo
master slightly injured. 'The
engine, baggage ear, mall ear, two
passenger eoaches and one sleeper
were totally wrecked. The emise
of tho Occident was a weak bridge
undermined by the heavy rains.
Youth Till Homicide.
Seattle, W. T., Jhuo 27, This even,
hip at 5 o'clock two boys of II. M, Shaw,
manager nf ihe Northwestern Express
Company, aged 7 and 9 years, were carry
ing wood into the houso anil playing,
whan the younger brother climbed upon a
chair and readied for a revolver that was
hanging on the wall, cocked it, and
pointing it at his orothcr, fired. The
charge entered the elder boy's head, kill,
tug him instantly. The parents arc dis
tracted at the sad aiTuir. Tho little fellow
does not realize the awful deed he has
Gen. Sheridan was removed to
Nonqnit, Mass., to-day in the U. S.
Times are hard in Peru, and the
tide of imigration is betting heav
ily from that country.
Temple, tho American bicyclist,
fell from nis wheel in Amsterdam,
Holland, on Monday and he is fear
A fire at Fort Apache, A. T on
Monday destroyed tho entire quar
termaster and commissary supplies.
The New York state prohibition
convention on Wednesday adopted
Its platform and decided on an ag
Judgo G. AV. "Walker und wife, of
Pendleton, are sojourning in Walla
Walla for rest. Tho jikIko is recov
ering from an attack of pneumonia.
Spokano indulged in a grand rati
fication in the skating rink on Tues
day evening. There wero 800 per
sons present and several enthusias
tic speeeiies wero made.
The Pacific coast spiritualists are
greatly excited over t lie loss of ;!,600
through the defalcation of their
treasurer, Seymour II. Clark.
T. Cartwright, a wood hauler, who
lives at Joflorson, M. T., killed his
wife on Tuesday by striking her on
the head with an ax. They had
In Hitchcock county. Neb., on
Tuesday night, Robert Foster and
Swarzman were killed by lightning
during ti storm.
A London dispatch on Tuesday
intimated thatMrs. Folsom, mother
of Mrs. President Cleveland, was
probably a passenger on the Tyne
mouth, damaged in a collision at
ecu. Mrs. Folsom has hineo arrived
A Polish workman discharged
from a government building In Mar
quette, Mich., yesterday fatally shot
a boss named 5l. B. Williams and
then shot himself In the mouth in
llicting a mortal wound.
W. D. Uoyt & Co., Wholesale and
Retail Druggists of Rome, (Ja., any:
Wo Imvo been helling Dr. King's
New Discovery, Electric Hitters and
Rucklon'a Arnlcn Salvo for four
years. Have never I mi idled reme
dies that sell as well, or give
such universal satisfaction. There
have boon tome wonderful euros ef
fected by these medicines In this
cily. Several eases cf pronounced
consumption have been entirely
cured by use of a few bottles ofD.-.
Iving's Now Discovery, taken In
connection with Electric Hitters.
We uuiininteo them always. Sold
by If. W. Cox.
An Absolute Cure
The ORIGINAL AIJUCTINiJ
OINTMENT is only put up In large
two-ounce tin boxes, and Is mi
aljoluU ouro for old soreg, bunia,
woiimla, olmpi)ed handu, and all
Hkin oniptloiis. Will oitively
cure all kinds of pile. Ak for the
UKIUINAL ARIISTINE OINT
MENT. Sold byD. W. MhUIww.
Jt Ca, 109 State street, Salem, at 35
oeuts jMir boxby mall 80 centii.
FOR BARGAINS IN
KOTAN Ik. WHITK8Y,
Mt (tetltjatfassss, OMgaa.
H-vtnt: ItOMlit ami Us wmalader 01 tba
ebai.' auJqnr? stock, wa am iwwpar.l to
aaU duOn losm Own ty immuw la Oremp.
uigmtyis n good thing for an
elephant orsomethinjr of that kind.
but a man who is alive and kicking
has very little use for it. Atlanta
By. a mere transposition of the
two first letters of his name Alirer
can make himself the most popular
ciuuiuiaio at I'lui'rtgo. Atlanta
The Ronton Transcript says Judge
Grcsham Is of "pronounced' lloosier
birth." This Is he Hoston wav of
saying that he was born in Indiana.
People who are not famous can
became so and have their pictures
put In the papers by signing a
medicine pa per and certifying they
have beenc tired of a terrible dtease
they never had. New Orleans
Tho news from Stanley at least
conveys tho information that ho is
alive, and as Abraham Lincoln said
of ono of Ills commanders. "When
he hollers for help 1 know that ho
Isn't lost." Providence Journal.
A tall, thin man, attired in a
loosely llowlng duster, wearing
slippers on hi9feet and a straw hat
on his head, constitutes an object
than which tho imagination win
conceive of nothing more terrible.
Host on Post.
Tho predominating color of Mars
Is red, while of our planet It Is given.
When the sons of Belial, overllown
with insolence and wine, wander
forth wo call it painting the town
red. Wonder what the people of
Mars call It V Pittsburg Commercial
At ono of the recent public school
examinations, among the questions
asked was r "With what crime was
Lord Bacon charged?" To which
the lioneful youth responded as If bv
Inspiration : "With writing Slinks-
pero'B plays." l'hiladelplua North
This is lino weather for growing
corn," said an enthusiastic Towa
delegate. "Every time Allison's
prospects begin to look blue I just
sit down ami tliinlc how my yoiuij.
corn is jumping out of the grouiu
over there on the other side of the
Mississippi, and then I have to
shout." Chicago Nows.J
micro havo been a great many
cruel jokes cracked at messenger
boys for their slow pace, but one of
them got thoro quick enough to
cause tho arrest of two men who
wero engaged in robbing a safe
Friday night. It might bo well to
state, however, that after robbing
the safe the fellows lay down and
went to sleep in tho room. Omaha
Ditnth of 11 l'loiim'r .MlnlHtur.
Kev. J. O. Kayor, for many years n icfi
dvnt of this stale mid the pioneer imniMcr
of this city, died at San Mateo, Col., on
the 18th inst. IIu came to Oregon
in 1847, whoro ho resided until l8Gl,
when ho entered thn U. S army at Stella
coom as chaplain Aflur a tew yoars ser
vice at that post lit. was removed toSill;a,
whoro lie remained for several years, when
lie was stationed at Angel island, Cal,
He remained army chaplain at that place
until ho was rutlrod, ripe with yearn. lie
was born In England and came to Ihii
country when a lad of 6 years. He was a
good anil useful man. anil many Oretioni.
ans will regret to lonrn of his death. Ori"
Upnutuu Alcohol Htoro.
Mrs. Ojbornc, wifoot Dr,S, C. Osborne,
who resided at No. lG26 Tenth avenue,
was preparing the mornluc repast for her
family yesterday when she- accidentally
upset an alcohol stove, which was lighted
anil prepared for us. Her olothiiif he.
came ignited from the burning fluid,
winch ran all over the floor, and she was
enveloped in flames, Dr. Osborne ran to
her asiittanco and extinguished Ihe flro,
A neighboring physician was summoned
and he assisted the hilf-frantio husband
to do what was possible for Mrs. Os
borne's relief. Their laliors were useless,
for the uufortunatc woman died after sev
eral hours of great auony, New York
only KiiarontotMl cure
1 1 1.1 r7. ,1... 1......1 l...v f..rii.
cmttrni, cum 111 uiu iimu, iv oui,
rot wild, oMtHrrlml dettfuewi and
sore eyeu. Roatoru the Mens of Uato
and uuploHMtut breath, resulting
from CMUtrrh. Eay and plwwant to
lite. Eollow dlreetliint) and a cure
in warranted, by hII ilruggUU. Hml
for circular to ABIETINEI MED
ICAL COMPANY, Orovlll, Cal.
Six iiiniitlia' treatment for 1; iwut
by mall, 11.10. For Mule by D. W.
EorklM'i Arilfs Sslre.
The lxit salve in the world foi
euta, brulaen, son, ulcers, wilt rheum,
fever norm, tatter, eluipped lwxiuU,
ahllbbiiiie, corns, and all akin erup
tion, and positively ourtw jillew, or
no jwy rtMjulred. It is guaninUed
to give porfeet stlfHctlon, or inonoy
refunded. I'riee 96 cents per box.
For wit) by Dr. II. W. Cox.
Our citizens nro pleased with tho
Justico By land, of St. Paul pre
cinct, was in town this week on his
way to Salem.
Mks Mattlo and Master Bruce
Layman have gone to tho son coast
to visit friends.
Dr. Byland, coroner elect, has for
warded his bonds and will be ready
for business at the proper time.
Mrs. L. E. White has moved
back to our village after a short
sojourn In tho capital city. Mr. and
Mrs. Roberts accoiupalned her.
1. S. Leonard's stem was robbed
of $5.00 and a box of cigars Monday
night. The major did not look tho
door when he wont homo for tho
Mrs. Johnson, of Palouse, who hns
been visiting relatives and friends
for tho past month, returned homo
to-day. Mrs. J. Is a daughter of
Grandma Kenedy of this place.
R. M. Simpson's little babe died
last night and will be buried to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. Simpson wish to ex
press their thanks to those who so
kindly assisted them in their allllc
tlon. The Woodburn base ball club
played tho Gervals chili again last
Saturday and defeated them by 11
score of 21 to 111. This Is tho second
time the Woodburns have been vic
torious. Donnie Hay says tho Ger
vals boys can't Interest our kids any
Tho 1th of July committees roport
everything progressing tlnely, and
If the weather Is pleasant 11 very
large crowd will be present to hoar
Mr. Caples. Mrs. Glesy of Salem
has consented to read tho Declara
tion of Independence. Hupt. Mo
Gulro will run special trains from
Coburg and Ray's Landing to ar
rive hero at 10 a. 111. Wo will bo
pleased to havo all come who wish
to enjoy themselves.
The raniMiit feudalism nf the proctamrt
tion issued by the new German lCinporor
to liis army Satunlay is n portent of evil
for Germany and for Kuropc, The touo
of the address show b that William II' is
less solicitous for tho prosperity of his cm.
piro and for tho peace of tho Continent
limn for military traditions and for the
opportunity for distinction in tho profes
sion of butchery which is opened to him
hy Mi inheritance nf tho powers which
his fallicr wielded, too briefly, in so wiso
and liberal 11 spirit, "A firm and Inviola
ble attachment to tho wnr lord," the Km.
pernr declares, "is an Inheritance handed
down from father to son, Irom generation
to generation." To ovury American
worthy to boar tho name this is sickening
,Oiloiiiontadc, It awakens n fetling of
pity not unmixed with contempt for a peo
ple who can listen in patience to this sort
of prating from on arrogant youth who
has never given the slightest proof of per.
sonal worth or wisdom, or of fitness to ail.
minister the great trust which untoward
accidents have committed into his hands.
What place is there for constitutional
forms, for tho.righUof tho people and of tho
mbvidual.for thaorderlynnd peaceful dc
velopeinont of tho rsourcs of the nation,
for the homo and for happiness in an em.
piro with an army of half a million men
whose headstrong stripling ruler say in
his first oliioial uttcranoei "Thus wc lie.
long to each other, I and the army; thus
we wero horn for one another, and thus
we will stand together In an Irullasolullt
bond, in pac or storm as God may will
It." Now York Tinitw.
Mr. N. J I. Krohllclwleln, ' of
Mobile, Ala., write: I Uke groat
plfHMiire lu recommending Dr.
ICIiik'h Now Discovery for Con
sumption, having tiMed it fur a wero
u.tMck of Iiro'icliltW and 0t..r.;i.
It gave me In-tant relief and entire
ly cu.txl me and I have not lieen af
llletetl alue. I alao betr to state
that 1 had tried oilier remedies with
no good result. Have alio uwxl
Electric Bittern and Dr. King's New
Life Pllla, Isitli of which I ohii
Dr. lCIng'tiNow Dlacovery for Coil
aiiinptioii, Cougiut and Colda, la told
on a iKwIllvo guarantee.
'IMal IxittU free at Dr. II. W.
Cox'tt Drug Store.
ImIii1ssm dental ojiefisUona at Dr.
T. C. Biiiltli'e, 02 Htate etreet.
Fruit Joe crwim, at Strong Jc Co.'.