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Capital Journal
tlY HOFECR BROTHBR8
SATNRDAY, MAY. 23, 1890.
Dalrymple
Never Withdraws.
Before Buying
Get His Pointers,
In
Tailor Made Suitings.
An Ideal wash material. Comes
checks and stripes. J fie a yard. '
Lace Collars,
Just received a new line of cream
loco collars.
Belts and Buckles,
With tho popular hold-fasts for tlie
Ave show a complete lino from
skirt.
20f up,
Shirt Waists,
The '-Trojan" Is the
Ktyle and perfect lit.
stmidnr.I for
J, J, Dalrymple Co,
FINE MEMORIAL. 8KKVICK.
Great 1'reparatlonu, Musicnl Program
and Patriotic Sermon by Bcv. Katmer.
Tlio First Baptist church is lion
oreti this year with the Memorial day
service participated In hy the Grand
Army, Woman's Relief Corps mid
Sous of Veterans.
The decorations consist of festoons
of tlio national colors, (lowers and ferns
a marble memorial cross bcuutl fully
wreathed and Insbrlbod to the mem
ory of the heroes lBdO-05. There will
1)0 a profusion of Hags and pictures
about tlio pulpit.
'Die memorial uivicei uf llie G. A. H. will
be conducted nt iw;ji n u The evening icr.
vlcei will he a special service for llie Na
tional Guards, who will atlent) In a bedy, ac
companied by the tCKlment.il band,
Sunday school at the ujual hour.
V. I'.H. C. E.t7p. m
MORNING PROGRAM.
Opening voluntary Organ and orcheitra.
Doxolojjy -Choir and congregat'on.
Invocation by tlio nattor.
lrio-Instiumcnlal,
Hymn "Urciit King of Nallonv"
Scripture lesson.
Prayer,
Cornet solo.
Ilymn-"I.lfci Dream h Pail."
Sermon by the pastor, Rev. J. P, Tarnier,
Our Nation Pat."
Violin olo-'Mr, Carl Denton,
Hmn-'My Country 'Hi of Thee."
CIO!
SOCIAL HEVeLATIONS.
I Some Personals bnd News of the DdlriE.
of Oregon People.
Mlsfl Ida nasty went to intjepend
ence last evening on the Altona.
Mis. Olive S. England has returned
from the state grand lodge nt Astoria.
Miss Kate Wheelan, of Independ
ence, is In the cly, the Kuest of Miss
Josle Crelglitoti.
Banker A. Bush and daughter Miss
Sallle, went to Portland on the Salem
local this morn I iitf.
Mrs. M. E. Adams returned to her
homo nt Marlon this morning after a
Bhort visit with Salem friends.
Mrs. Brook of the Waldo Hills Is
visiting her grandson, Clyde Brandon
berg who lives near the penitentiary.
Mrs. N. J. Burford, of Ilrownsvlllc,
Is In this city, visiting at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. A. 11. Gardner, on
High street,
Mrs. E. II. Flugg was called to As
toria, by tlio death of her uncle, Mr.
Seamy, a fisherman, who was killed
In an encounter with Union Usher
men. Mrs. Mlnnlo Neville and little son,
Albert, leaves tonight on the overland
for Dunsmulr, Cal., where she will
make her future home with Mrs.
Ingham, who with her ulster, Mrs. Dr.
IMillhiook, accompanies her.
In these hard times poor people
llourish and even editors are favored.
There was bom at Gcrvals, Friday
morning, May 22, 181)0, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. .1. Clarke, a daughter. Mr.
Clark caused the nervals Star to
twinkle.
"HHM.U OK 8AHATOUA."
Willamette chapel tonight grand
est musical treat of the season ad
mission 10 cents to help the musical
society.
J.KIIANON MCRIOAL
Prof. '.. M. Parwlu assisted by Miss
Marguerele Alldersou and Mrs. Akers
and Luudell, or Albany conservatory
of music, gave a musical at Lebanon
lastoveulng. Owing An lucelcmeiiey
of the weather only tmnaU crowd was
out but tlio excellence of the en
tertainment moro then mado up for
the small attendance.
. -v . .-rr - fZ.TTF - 7''''- S.
slercotiticatl lectures at Salem. lie
had dlsttesslngly small audlencei and
In the afternoon showed some temper
because with all the public schools
dtsmlscd In his behalf he had not a
hundred present. Friday evening he
was ngaln greeted by a small crowd
nnd said he had concluded to take
some pictures of Salem, but now he
would not do so and would show only
a cypher on Salem when he lectures
on Oregon In the East. It is to be
regretted that Ucv. Orant came at
such an unfavorable time. lie Is an
able man, nnd his mission Is no doubt
a commendable one. Rut hard times
and a surfeit of lectures, entertain
ments and free shows operated against
the Grant lectures.
OI'KN MTKRAIiY MEKTINO.
Last evening the Phllodoslan Liter
ory society of Willamette university
entertained Us friends In a royal
manner. A most pleasing musical
and literary- program was rendered,
Misses Myra and Ethel Raymond
played a lively duct and the recita
tion "Engineer's Making Love" by
Miss Esther Collins was exceptionally
well delivered, Miss Bessie Uurkliart
read an amusing paper on "Prophesy"
which was greatly enjoyed. The sur
roundings of each member of the
Phllodoslan soolety ten years hence,
was told by Miss Uurkliart much to
the amusement of the parties partic
ularly concerned as well as the visit
ors. Miss Georgia Davenport, one of
Salem sucessful young vocalists, sang
a beautiful solo and kindly responded
to an encore, Miss Clara Scott, One of
our accomplished elocutionists, re
cited a pleasing selection. The
drama "A Scene from the Merchant
of Venice" by Misses Mabel Carter
and Miss Ethel Hughes, representing
I'ortia and NarlsMt, respectively, was
Indeed a rare treat. These highly
successful elocutionists are entertain
ers of unusual ability. A selection
by the Heritage Lady Quartette was
omitted owing to the non-appearance
of the vocalists, after the program a
very pleasant social hour was spent
by tlie young folks.
Coxey at Salem Monday 2 p. in.
PERSONAL.
TO "LIEUTENANT" (?)
losltic exercises.
i.vr.mm
PROGRAM.
Openlnc piece by tlie reelmcntal band.
Uymn-."God bleu Our Native land."
i.estoii.
Prayer by llie pastor.
Trio -Instrumental.
llytmi,"Soldkrs of Christ Arise.
.Sermon by the pastorv-"Our Nation's
lure rrotectori."
Odcrtoryv-Initrurnental,
Hymn "Onward, Christian Soldiers."
Closing prayer.
Closing hymn "My Country Til of Thee,
Benediction.
Fu.
Excursion.
Steamer Itamona will leave for In
dependence at 7 p. m, this ovonlng,
returlngnftcr the entertainments.
Coxoy nt Salem Monday 2 p. in.
Tlio mens .lino black worsted,
other suits for men and boys, at
and
tho
Now York Itackot, aro hard to beat
In quality, and In price, thoy are at
rock bottom, tSs&w
Coxoy nt Salem Monday 2 p. m.
Two Kinds , , ,
of Wash Goods , ,
Ours and others. Ours are tho
correct kind, tho kind you want.
Latest styles, prettiest patterns,
best values. Besides, wo linvo t ho
largest stock In tho city to select
from.
Boys Suits, , . ,
2ito I.K. Youths' and men's
HiiltHttj to (12.60, Pest values for
your money every time.
Reliable, Stylish Footwear. , ,
Tho kind that will give you com.
fort and satisfaction, Beautiful
lines of new tan shoes.
Summer Corsets, , , ,
M)o and up. Foster's new chamois
gloves, beauties, Wo a pair. Elo
gant cotton and Uslo gloves and
silk mitts
Willis Bros. & Co.
m ... .. C(iurt ' Wtxirty.
Tho GiMii Dry Goods, Clothing and I
ShooJlouw,
G'lllG'KKN HUl'I'KIt.
A largo crow attended last night at
the First Presbyterian church, where
the only Item on tlio program was the
chicken pie. It was tho hrst oppor
tunity of tho member to meet Itev.
and Mrs. Steele and a pleasant social
time was had by all. The now pastor
and his family wero made at homo in
tho cordial Salem way. The Congre
gational society also gave a chicken
plo dinner and had good attendance
from f to 8 and realized a nice sum.
MINNONITK CONl'KltKNfJK.
P. P. Stolner, Pcndorn, 0.-, J. A.
Amstutz, UluIIton, O.; ltov. S. K.
Springer, Ilerno, Intl.; Itov. C. Kauf
man, of Ourtown, S. D.; Itov. J. J,
llalzcr, of Mountain Lake, Mlnu.,ar
rived in tho city this morning as del
egates to a confcrcnco of tho Mlnno
11 1 to church to bo held at tho Waldo
hill church. Tho conforouce will
meot Sunday holding ovor Thursday.
wcuucstiay a suuiiay scnooi conven
tion will bo held, ltov, J. C. llaor, of
niulTton, 0 traveling minister for
tho general conference of thoMlnuo
ulte church, Is also In attendance,
ltov. A. A. Sonliner, of San Diego,
Cal., arrived here Friday and will
also attend tho conference. Delegates
from Colfax, Wn., arrived last night
and a number came down from
Eugene today.
A PI.KAHANT THIP.
Jttdgo ami Mrs. L. 1). Henry arrived
on tho Saturday morning overland,
from an extouded trip through the
wist. Thoy started tho 16th of No
vember, Hrst going to St. Paul, whoro
tlio jutlgo attended the Northwestern
Immigration convention, ho bolnu a
lion-Klin', mucf visneti Mr. Henry's
mothor and sister, in Sioux Falls, S.
D., also tho Judge's brother, In Mis-
Houri. Thoy stopped In Chicago, and
at Chatiuiqua Lake, and visited Judgo
Henry's mothor and sister, In Man
chester, N. II, -After going to Spring
Held and lloston, Mass., they returned
by way of Cincinnati, Birmingham,
New Orleans, Las Angles, San Joso
and San Francisco, They have en
Joyed their trip very much, but aro
(lati to reach Salem, and to lw at
tome ti g.u 11.
HKV, QUANT ON 8AI.KM.
Hey. Grant has concluded his three
The Latest
Genuine imported cheese, such as is scl
dom seen in this country.
Fmit9 and Vegetables,
We always lead in tlw choicest vegeta
bles tlt grow, and for strawberries,
oranges, lemons, bananas, and other
fresh fruity we are fust at present leadv
iurters.
Soimemanii'fi Grocery, 124 State,
Geo. Dunsford visited the Peform
school this morning.
Receiver F. R. Anson will spend
Sunday In Portland.
Attorney Park returned from a bus
iness trip to Albany.
John Holman, of Albany, came up
from Portland this morning.
Secretary of State II. R. Klncaid
went to Eugene this morning.
Rev. Roland Grant returned to Port
land on tho Salem local today.
Gov. W. P. Lord was a Portland pas
senger on tho Salem local today.
Prof. '.. M. Parvln came down from
Albany on tho early morning train.
Dr. J. M. Kecno was a north bound
passenger; on the Salem local this
morning.
Dr. F. II. Gwyime went to Oakland
this morning, where ho will conduct
services tomorrow.
Chief of Pollco Dllloy went to Port
land today to bring one Richard Pat-
ton back to Salem.
Mayor Gatch returned from Asto
ria last night, where ho was attend
ing the Grand Lodgo I. 0. O F.
Walter Denton, traveling salesman
for tho Sterling bicycle, arrived In the
city this morning, from San FrnncUco.
At tlio closo of tho Sllvortou candi
dates meeting, tho friends or W, J,
D'Arey presented him with a beauti
ful Moral olTcrltig.
Fred McDonald has accepted the
position or news agent on tho Salem
local. Fred Is a rustler nnd will no
doubtmakoa succesnt his trade.
Tllmon Ford returned rrom address
ing a big political meeting at Harris
burg, last night. When Ford goLs ills
hand In, tho people of Salem will
want to hear him.
Stato Treasurer Phil Metschau, J.
G. Wright and Judgo Geo. II. Burnett
returned this morning from Astoria,
whore thoy attended the I. O, O. F.
grand encampment.
Excursion.
Steamer Ruth or tho O. It. & N.
leaves her dock at root or Trado street
for iltulepomienco .tonight at 0:30 p.
m. Returning leaves Independence
at 12 o'clock (midnight.)
Round trip tickets 23c. Grand kill
aud political speaking. Secure tickets
nt once.
XI. M, Powkus,
Agont.
Coxoy at Salem Monday 2 p. in.
'R
MANLY VIGOR
QNCH MORB In harmony
V y, th lU world, 200O
uriliw havpr ttnliMM fa
l ti0Brtjt, grand-
ua ool suc
ctwaful curn tot sn
uai vrekaea and
lost rlfor known to
medical scltuco. Au
account of this iron
iriul dl-oowy U
book form, with rf-
?2SUF$SL H?3? .
ERIE MEBIOAL 00M1UFFA10,N.Y.
ferloB me
reniuuuw
S. R. Hammer, My Dear "Lieurenanl"! ')
In The Journal of the22d lost ou
have published nultc a lengthy com.
munlcatlon concerning mybclf and
Incidentally touching upon your social
standing and your legal and military
career. Although my fi lends have
unanimously counseled me to Ignore
your letter I shall treat you more
courteously by following the advice of
King Solomon to "answer a fool
according to his folly." To answer
you categorically Is rather a dllllcult
matter, because your letter, like your
pleadings In court, is diffused contra
dictory and nonsensical.
In the Hrst place you say that In
the Plum case Mr. Plum committed
perjury, and Mr. Hamilton deceived
him In fixing the fee. You say I asked
PlumS300'forafcc. Then next that
he refused to pay that amount. Then
that Mr. Hamilton was referee, and
that ho fixed the fee at 81,200. A
school boy would sec at once that you
wore a misguided seeker after truth,
but you seem to bo quite unconscious
of it. Look nt your position. Every
one except a befuddled pettifogger,
like my dear friend the lieutenant,
can see how absurd these statements
are. You nre generous (?) enough to
say that 1 did not write the names of
these parties to those documents, or
1111 In tho amount 1,200. Now my
dear lieutenant, try again, and
get your decimal points In position.
Do you yet comprehend that your
own letter, when It states that I only
usked a fee or $300, and that tho reN
eree llxcd It at 81200, shows conclu
sively that vou were cither drunk or
crazy when you wrote It. In addition
to the apparent absurdities on the
face of your letter, I wish to direct
your attention to the fact, that in
order to cast a slur upon me, It was
necessary for you to charge Mr. John
A. Plum with the crime of perjury,
and Intimate that Mr. Hamilton was
dishonest. It is likely you will hear
from both or these gentlemen in a
different way In a very short time. It
may be hereafter shown as It has been
In the past, that you aro a moral
leper, devoid of all character, except
an unenviable one.
The only defense that you can suc
cessfully Interpose Is, that you arc an
Imbccllo; and everybody who knows
you will bcllovo it. If you aro ever
tried outside of the limits of tills
county, for any of your shortcomings,
by nil means obtain a change of venue
to Marlon county, where every man,
woman nnd child will freely grant you
a rool's pardon.
Next you say I am an immigrant
from Toronto, Ontario. That Is true
Lieutenant. What Is wrong about
that? I am Irish by blrt'i, but re
sided in Toronto for some years. I
have seou many people In both Ireland
and Ontario, but I am sure that
neither of those countries can pro
duce such a paragon of nothingness
us you, and all theso United States,
with their vast territory aud teeming
population, can only show one
of your species. I have come
here without your permission, and
intend to remain. I do not llko to bo
invidious, but I cannot refrain from
saying that the merchants and busl
men of this city hnvo derived moro
licnellt rrom my living hero ror the
last seven years than from a whole
colony or such nondescripts as you
during a wholo lifetime. Moreover, I
am only one or live millions who
aro coming. Some day tho whole
Dominion or Canada will annexed to
and becjino a part of this Union, and
thou ir you are ulivo doubtless tho
namo of tho Now Nation will bo tho
United States and Hammer.
The other matters mentioned In
your screedaro too trivial to be noticed
Your statements aro devoid of truth
or common sense.
One of thejDolntsyou wish me to dis
cuss Is your legal ability. I can't do
that, Lieutenant. You haven't any.
It Is hard tooxplalnamlntisquantlty.
Next comes your military iccord,
but as that Is not written in tho an
nals of history, I can only refer to
sonio of your comrades. They say
mat you spent all your time on tho
reservation, and as this paper is read
by decent people I must not go Into
details.
Socially your standing Is somewhat
llko your legal ability, minus again.
Next tlmo you undertnko to speak of
tho high regard i which you Imagine
tho citizens hold you, just tell us new
comers how nnd why and for what
cause you nro no longer a mason; nor
considered lit to nssoclate with honor
nblo men.
Somoor my opponent's friends In
tho country precincts of this county
are saying that tho Republ cau mem-
wraoi mo oar on ins city nro oppos
posing me; and I am glad now that
you have coino out openly so that peo
ple may seo your raise pretensions.
Your rrlcnds will uow know to what
"bar" rererenco was made.
In conclusion I wish to say to you
that I never llko to engage In a com
bat with n skunk, and therefore If
your next communication should be
unanswered you havo my excuse In
advance. Yours, ect.,
John A. Oahson. '
Salem, May 23, 1800.
P. S.Convey my congratulations
6IAL SALE
Monday and Tuesday,
SHIRT
m
STS!
FREE TO Aft
Will bo tlie
'J .nuicn
opera loihebiiiiu,ir,kr,,?J!1 Beeft
257 Commercial st,
Wc carry a good assortment of Groceries, and all
of our stock is fresh except soap, This we keep
a long time in our warehouse that it may become
hard and not all melt away at mc nrst wasning,
20 ounces for 5 cents, The best soap and the
most for the money, Wc name it "WorldBeatcr"
Try it and you will know the rest, "A hint to
the wise is sufficient."
Beans per can only 5c. Corn per can only 5c,
Also some more of that famous maple syrup,
HflRRITT & LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery,
IPOyertolS,l'?n.
waahr"
, And still the Go .iR ", 'Mlor
ing ollllcted liUMiwtySe?i,,','
on. Day after day I,. br.
most prom nent ami . t. . ()f the
of Salem and vlcl, " ! , ,cng diC
tlie parlors or Hem, nil 7, n
at tnc Wlllnmetto i,n?i, l,le,,V
waiting their turn CS, '
Many are Just co union, in,t?t
nidnt, who ror years ,ic,n lr
their unilotlonVhtti0 aWM
able, but who were itf i?,dir.
treatment arter personal Jaclhl
Ing tlio many plieiES T. Ilne3s
formed upon f0' g .?nwper.
then Investigating ' tliifr i'1K7 an'l
afterwards, for Uw 1iUitS, ,c?"llitl
lug themselves a" to1 1 R i'
of a cure by anlina Jf,uatency
wltllo others niav b" L ' nRnetl8!a
from the treatment ZmTt
smlllnir facpa ndiii,., i.r?vns the r
ktirv kiiitit Kl-t-it .. l'T'
. --', - wuii uii;;V) JQU
..r.f'..""'.1 u' Praise and Ji,
miceVtllatlsmoa
in tho extreme. m nnd Pathetic
SO tnllCll llllU hnnn ,...!..
lug the wonderrul no versnf mSttn'
the Healer, and t he K " i Tr 1""
cures he has perroriueufn l ft
the past week; that to tl ose l'Le"f
side out of the city It read L"
romance. So startling w Ca
many or his cures that. mtnalvfe
laymen, but the medical worlSSwdf
stand ntrhast In nttor ..,. !"??"
... vsfs qui ill i via nrif k.
srment nt a power so strons ami
C0U8 118 tO 1)C ublotnhrSk S2
to our friend Sam L. Haydcn upon
having secured such an able champion
as yourself, and my slucern desire that
he may be able to get a few more as
nearly like you as possible to manage
his champaign.
CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW
WILLAMETTE V. W. C. A.
Holds its campaign preparatory
service Sunday at :i o'clock In tho
Phllodorlan hall. This movement ror
the study of plans ror tho rail
campaign Is being carried out In the
colleges of Oregon, Washington nnd
Idaho. Papers as follews: "The Fall
Campaign, Its Necessity and Advant
ages," Cora LUchllcld-.'sPlansfor Fall
Camralni;." Clara Scett: "Personal
Work," Nellie Clark; quartet, Misses
Harris and Uurkliart, Messrs. Early
and Llvcsay. Prof. Frlckey leads the
meeting. Meeting open to all.
CHUISTIAN.
II. A. Denton, paster: morning ser
mon at 10:30: '-Saul of Tarsus. ' Com
munion nt 11:30, Sunday school at 12
m. Junior endeavor, 3 p. m. Y. P. S.
C 13 nt 7 p. in., tenic: "Christ's widen
ing kingdom." Evening sermon at 8
o'cleck: "Why do people spend their
money for that which is not bread,
and for that which satlslleth not?"
OEItMAN HAVT1ST.
At close of preaching at 10:30, can
didates for baptism will bo received,
among them a lady nearly 80 years of
age. Uantlsm will take place at 3:00
p. in. nt Mill Creek on North Cottage
streot. A cordial invitation to all. C.
E. Kllewer, pastor.
UNITY.
No morning service.
Evening serv
ice at 8 o'clock; children's meeting at
11:15 a. in.; Unity guild at (1:45 p. ni.
Evening address, "Echoes from the
Old soldiers and families In
a new memorial otio written
ulvtliw '
vfted.
by Mrs. L. 11. Osbunip, with music by
Prof. Parvln will be sung.
U. II. CHUKCH.
Quarterly meeting to-night and to
morrow. Business session this even
ing at 7; preaching at 8. Preaching
to-morrow at 11 a. in., follows! hv
communion. Proncliinoit. k ... .
Sabbath school 10 n. in.: Y.P.C. E.'
7 p. in.
MEMOMAL BEKVICE.
All comrades, old soldiers and sail
rs,iire rc(le9ted to meet at Post hall
at 10 a. ni. sharp, Sunday morning, to
"ttend tho Memorial servlco at tho
I Irst Baptist church. Wo want to bo
?n.,r t0T a? lh0 ,,aU Promptly at
10:10. J, (J. Barnes. Post CnmmnnrW.
Awarded
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
mis
w CREAM
BAKING
kMort Perfect Made.
40 Years the SttrJUui
FIltST UNITED EVANGELICAL.
On Cottage street near Center.
Preaching at 10:30 In the morning.
At 8 o'clock Presiding Elder M. .1.
Ballantyc will preacli;also will preach
there this evening nt 8 o'clock.
EVANGELICAL.
Cor. Chcmekctn and 17th streets.
Sunday school at 10 a. in.; preaching
at 11 u. m. and 8 p. m. Y. P. A. nt 7
p. m. Ezra Maurer, pastor.
CONOUEQATIONAL.
Slate Supt. O. M. Irwin will preach
morning aud evening. Singing led by
choir conducted by Prof. O. G. Allen.
CENTKAL CHAPEL.
Regular exercises at 10 and 11 a. in.
and 7:30 p. in. In tho evening Rov.W.
W. ouiig of Portland will preach.
Y. M. C. A.
Secretary Paige will give u farewell
talk at tho men's meeting at 4 p. in.
FHtST l'KESUYTEHIAN.
Services nt 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. in.,
conducted by Itov. Win. Steele.
CHUISTIAN SCIENCE.
Services at 10:30 n. m. iinrl 7:30 n. ii.
at their hall corner Liberty and Court
aircuiH.
CHUISTIAN SCIENCE.
Services at 10:30 a. m in Stato In
suranco hall. All welcome.
1?TWl fr-wr i , ,
- -rT--n a i isuannrMswssssw
DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. I
STEAMERS
Altona and Ramona
LEAVE I
OAILV.
Tortland, 6:45 a f",
Salem, 7:45 a, m.
Independence, 6:30 a. m.
SUNDAY.
9:00 a.m.
10:15 &"'
6oa,m.
Cuick time, regular service and cheap
...rates ...
M. P. BALDWIN,
Acent, Salem.
Marion County Populist Ticket
1. r ,.T Representatives,
lv. L. HIBBAltD, II. CLEVELAND
OKO.II ,. CALDWELL, Ts J. M?-'
CLARY, F. A. MYERS.
County Judge,
I. M. WAGNER.
Commissioner,
I. LARSON.
WASHINGTON ifUNSAKER.
ueric,
R. n. LEABO.
Treasurer,
GEO. M. BROWN.
Recorder
R. R. RYAN.
Assesor,
T. Y. McCLELLAN.
IWdTAW'
n n Suveyor,
S. R. BURFORD, Jk.
., Coroner.
DR. T. L. GOLDEN.
SALEM
vc'anTCn0 dp al,l,kinds of wofk "
nVklnd i orWfw RePltinE,ncWnery of
and repaired! vAZSZX X.'. "17. k,aa a
BSK-eSsWBa
u
wlldcrment
marvelous as to be ablo to break n
congestion In a row moments' time
His private rooms at the Wl lam.
ette bote havo been crowded the nt
week with patients from eve v tJSrn
and hamlot within a radius of Srr2
Hi 03 of Knlnni. wl.n l,.,i ' . 0! "."?
the many startling cu'res8 1 "J
dnlly bolngaccompirshcd by Hemiunn
the Healer aro taking aivantaS j
his oilicc with patients anilcted with
nearly every disease In tlie catalo-ue
of chronic complaints.
In this 10th century science bj
made rapid progress In treating with
disease in every form. Research and
study have brought to light many
remedies that are Invaluable to suffer.
Ing humanity, but, without doubt.
the greatest und grandest discover?
known in tho annals of medical
science ror tho amelioration of
chronic diseases, centers upon human
magnetism as tho 0110 great healing
power whoso potency Is unmiotlnnfd
and unrivaled.
The citizens of Salem and the sur
roundlm; towns have li.nl an m-nlnr
demonstration of this mot subtle
power the past week, and an oppor
tunity toludge ror thcnischcs, bj
personal observation and Interviews
with many or our prominent cltlienj.
relative to tho permanency or (food
and bad effects ns a lesult of their
treatment, both upon the nubllcstage
or Reed's opera house nimat liljpri
vate ofilco In tho Wlllametto hotel.
Tho many surprising cares he las
accomplished, or cases that had been
pronounced hopeless and given upas
Incurable by all other modes of treat
ment, has resulted In dispelling all
doubts as to Itsclllcacy that existed
prior to his appearance here. The
people havo been con vlnccd.skcptlclsm
has vanished and today the public are
firm bellovcrs In the wonderful cura
tive power of vital magnetism, u
possessed and exemplified by this great
llealer.
The management, realizing the
lamentable fact that there arc Mill a
great many poor pcoplo In baiem
aflllctcd with diseases suppoed tow
Incurable, but which would readily
succumb to magnetism, und who were
disappointed in not being able to
reach tho stage at tho previous ex
hibitions, havo genorously decided to
treat the poor andadmlt ull absolutely
free; therefore, tho poor who are the
most seriously aflllctcd, such nstoe
lame, deaf, cripples on crutchevana
those suffering with rheumatism,
paralysis, and neuralgia, will be ad
mitted freo and treated free upoutfce
stage of Reed's opera house tomorrow,
Sunday night, May 21. ,
When sick, Is tho tlmo werieedthe
best advice and treatment; therefore
wo say. Inform yourselves, you wno
nro sick, visit tho reception partori
any day and witness with jourowo
eyes the healing of your own fr end i.
go to their homes, talk with 1 theui,
and then act as your best Judgmeui
dictates. , , . . . ,,,,,
Dr. W. K. Vance, the physician In cMp,
not only treats the deaf. lame. hlt, jarsro
and rheumatic, but at the WilJjBKtte boW,
under his personal direction. Herrm im, ik
Healor, trials neatly all chronic dUeuei w
this marvelous gift from birth, ;th ch y leww
this strange power. Catarrh, MjX
sumption, chronic bronchitis, chroa
rhrJ. nmirlTia. nervous prostrstiofl, J
betes, Bright' disease, epilepsy m ,
mors In aft conditions, disease of s d
nature, aueasea oone, u.i- -"v-;te .j.
dUorder, hemorahoids or pll "Sm of .
matism, obstinate constspatlondUorimei
women, cataract of the eyes, rfJr
ysls, fistula, liver complaint, ;9 "
scrofula, gravs thtoat disorders, .JgfiSu
and in fact nearly all chronic dues
to animal maCne'ism in the bnds 01
for 10 davs only, at WillametU 5w
Tho management of 1!J,I!lj prl-
vaie panora ut ." ?-,- Nine
who A nil those who des re P"
all
4 p. iu. For a Brew
treatment may call from w.jj(,
U19 "V
May 2Stu.
Consultation, wim -, "Tickets
yourdlseaso In all ; cases, n
can bo secured at rpiutDC(,
made A. niir.'" "oac towrv-bani
.. - u csnnn nmn n. .1
B- I. HERSCHBACH,
Thursday afternoon, May "-nMli0i
Consultation, with full ,&&
Willamette hotel, woiw --fro0
-r . n AaT HiEll -rf - -
10 a. m. to 4 p. m. for ten W .
The office athotel win w --j opea
sharp on avertised time-no
evenings or Sundays. mli of $
Is It Intuition? A "IMHJU sk
diseases mado at steM, wiui
Ing a question, looking at m
or feeling the pulse. ,uovineDt
After which. If n the ,
the physician n charge, &
considered curable, be win"
Herrmann, tho Healer.
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