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EVENING CiAIMTAL JOURNAL
FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1888.
SXAGS IX TUB RIVKII
Three or Four Dozen Logs Slicking
np in the Willamette Which
Should lie Removed.
The Albany Herald says that
several ugly looking dungs have for
a long time, been a menace to steam
boat s""ln the Willamette at various
points along the river. Kxeept at
night boats are in no particular
danger from them, for their jagged
ends show from one to three feet
above the surface of the water, and
can easily be steered clear of. But
this will not be. the case should
there be a few days of heavy rain,
when the river would rise several
These snags are what are techni
cally known to steamboat men as
"sawyers," that is, they are held to
the bottom of the river by dirt laden
roots, and the broken tops saw up
and down with each wave of a pass
ing boat. It was just sucli a snag
as these that the Oregon Pacific
steamer N. S. Bently struck in the
upper river, and went to the bot
tom before she reached the shore.
Should the river rise the ends of all
these "sawyers" along the river
would be under water, and the
danirer to boats would be extreme.
No attempt has been made to re
move them. Some severe criticisms
have been made through the papers
because the government snagboat
had not been broughfout and these
obstructions to safe navigation re
moved, but, as is often' the case,
these criticisms nrc made by persons
who have no knowledge of the real
facts. The government snagboat is
laid up, and there is no money at
hand to put it in order. If Presi
dent Cleveland, who is so worried
over the treasury surplus, had re
served his little pocket veto of the
river and harbor bill, this work
might now be done.
Marshal Rosson the 10th inst. sold
at public auction five head of cattle,
which he held impounded, at a pub
He sale, which was duly advertised
in the Capital Joukn'AIj. II. V.
Matthews bought the cattle for
about half what they were worth.
A day or two after the sale James
Kays, a fanner living near town
learned that the cattle sold belonged
to him and immediately went to
luuuuews aim ouercu 10 uuy iiiem
back from Matthews at the price he
had paid for them plus the cost of
keeping. Matthews refused to do
this and Kays instituted suit against
him for tho recovery of the cattle,
claiming irregularity in the proceed
ings. The case was set for hearing
in Justice O'Donald's court this
afternoon; but this morning the
matter was satisfactorily adjusted
between tho parties and the case lias
Important Business Transfer.
J. W. Cusick sold yesterday to
J. L. Cowan and J. M. Ralston, his
interest in the Linn County Bank
at Albany, and the branch bank at
Lebanon, together with the property
owned by the firm of Cowan &
Cusick. The transfer Involves a
value of about $80,000. Mr. Cusick
in the sale purchases Hie corner on
First and Broadalbin streets, recent
ly purchased of Dr. O'Toole for
$15,500. The Albany ferry property
valued at $8000, together with the
bank building valued at ?G00O, the
banking business and all other
property of the firm, both in Albany
and Lebanon, Is purchased by tho
new firm of Cowan, Ralston &? Co.
Mr. E. D. Cusick Mill remain in tho
bank as book-keepor, and Mr.
Cowan Mill remain at the head of
tho Linn County Bank here, Mr.
Ralston at present remaining at
Lebanon. Mr. Cusick will take a
rest from business and expects to
take a trip east, buthe Mill continue
his residence in Albany.
An .bsolnte Core.
The OIUOINAL ABIETINE
OINTMENT is only put up in large
two-ounce lin boxua, and is un
absolute euro for old gores, burns,
wounds, chtipied hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will positively
oure all kinds of pllos. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Sold byD.W. Mutthows
A Co., HKJ State street, Salem, at 35
fcnta jht Ikix by mail 80 eent.
, Tlie joint meeting of tlie Alka
He8Hrian and Atlxmiuum ttoeiotiw
will meet at tho society hall tills
afternoon at 0 o'clock. A full at
tendance is urged. By order of the
Following is the list of letters re
maining in the postolllee, at .Salem,
Oregon, March 21, 1888. Parties call
ing for them will please say "ad
vertised:" All letters published as non-delivered
will be charged with one
cent in addition to the regular
Anderson, Sirs K
Cnshow, llobert (1
Denny, Miss AUle
Colliding, A K
Isaacs, KllgllllO II
Ijiirktns, Mrs Mary
Leathers. Miss F
Miller, Miss M
Melteyiiolds, S I'
Prayer, Sirs Kiln
itlciiards, V W
.strain, J 11
Simpson, Ada 11
Anderson, F. K
Kerry, J 1.--
Hrown, Mrs Mary 2
Oarwood, Mrs Hell
.Murphy, W I.
Orsham, F F
Heed, Miss Mollle
Sampson, I 1
Steele, Mrs Bill
Teller, O W
Thornton, John F
Wnldon, Mrs Mary
White. J M
AV'estley, Mrs X E
W. II. ODKIil.
Now is the Time.
Now that the political campaign
is approaching it is seasonable time
to subscribe for the Capital
JouitNAii. It will contain full
reports of all political conventions,
meetings and elections, inula cordial
discussion of the questions at issue,
and will be delivered anywhere in
the city for Ifi cents per week, or
will be sent by mail for $5 per year.
Leave orders at this ofllce or with
the route agent.
Death a Welcome lielease.
Must it not be to thosewhoenduro
life-long bodily sutlering? From
childhood to old age many persons
are tormented with rheumatism and
neuralgia. Ordinary medication
and topical remedies are of slight,
and always of temporary cilicacy.
To escape tho extreme tortures of
these agonizing complaints, they
should be annihilated at the outset
with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
which expels from the system the
acid impurities that beget them.
Tlie evidence as to its cilicacy as a
blood depurent in this particular is
very ample, and strongly concurrent
and convincing. In violent forms
of these diseases tho nerves arc ter
ribly racked. 'A wlneglassful or
two of the Bitters lefore the hour of
retiring usually brings a respite from
pain, and enables tho sufferer to
secure much needed repose. For
kidney troubles, malarial complaints,
indigestion, liver complaint and con
stipation, the Bitters is likewise
The only guaranteed euro for
catarrh, cold in tho head, hay fever,
rose cold, catarrhal deafness and sore
eyes. Restore the sense of taste and
unpleasant breath, resulting from
catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use.
Follow directions and a cure is war
ranted, by all druggists. Send for
circular to ABIETINE MEDICAL
COMPANY, Oroville. Cal. Six
months' treatment for ?1; sent by
mail, $1.10. For sale by I). W.
Matthews & Co., 100 Slate street,
The Pacific Insurance company,
of Portland-, has filed articles of in
corporation with tho secretary of
state; incorporators, Theodore
Wygant, D. C. McKereher, and G.
G. Gammons; capital stock, .500,000.
Subscribe for the JointNAr..
LANDS AND HOMES.
In the Garden Spot of the
Fertility of Soli, Salubrity or Climate, Whole
some Water, Excellent Timber anil
Marion county is situated in tlie
heart of tlie magnificent Willamette
valley, tlie central gom in the clus
ter of rich counties that fonn that
princely domain, and is the banner
commonwealth of tho great north
west in all tho easontialH that go to
wards making it u profitable abiding
placo, and a home for tho thrifty
farmer, the cunning artisan and the
llich in its agricultural resources,
in its cultivated and uncultivated
lauds, in ibi water powors, and
minerals; rieli iu its col leges and
schools of learning, and with a
climate unsurpassed for its salubrity,
It presents to tlie immigrant from
tho overcrowded states, whtfcv cold
winters and hot summers, with
terrible cyclones, prevail, Miio
comes to the coast Mith some
means, advantages that no other
county in Oregon possesses.
Much has been written of
western country that remilres
stretch of the imagination to coin-
prcneiui, aim numerous complaints
arc heard from the class who have
been misled by them, so in this
brief sketch the writer desires to
avoid exageratlon as to its present
and prospective advantages, asking
those in the east into whoso hands
this may fall particularly those
who have their eyes directed towards
tins coast to peruse it careluliy,
feeling that it is not written to lure
Immigrants Mithin its borders, hut
only as a truthful dlseription of a
land which, if it does not "How
milk and honey," contains Mithin
its bosom wealth and resources equal
to any other country on the Pacific
side of the Rocky mountains.
Marion county is bounded on the
north by the Willamette river and
Butte creek M'hlch separates It from
Clackamas county; on the east by
Clackamas county and tho Cascade
mountains, Miiieii separate it from
Wasco county; on the south by the
Santiam river and the north fork of
the Santiam, separating it from
Linn county,and on the west by tho
The county contains, including
valley, prairie and mountain lands,
about 1)00,000 acres.
There are two main divisions, tlie
mountain and the valley. The
latter extends from the Willamette
river gn tlie foot of the Cascade
mountains, a distance of about fif
The mountainous portion contains
some fourteen townships of mostly
unsurveyed land; lying in a strip
twelvo miles north and south by
forty miles cast and west, and com
prises all classes of land, from rich
narrow valleys in the passes, up
through all the grades of rolling,
hilly and broken, to that of rock
bound canyons and inaccessible
craggy peaks. It is generally heavily
timbered, and in the near future
Mill be valuable for its lumber sup
plies. These hills and mountains
a.Tord a wonderful summer rango
for stock, and many of the more en
terprising farmers are availing them
selves of this opportunity, and Miien
the cold frosts of autumn approach,
the stock are brought out to fresh
pastures, thus enabllmrthein to sur
vive the Minter storms Mith little
A decided advantage Marion coun
ty has over many others is the di
versified farming interest that can
bo carried on throught tho entire
year; notwithstbndlng this is a wot
climate during the Minter months,
the uplands are seldom too wet to
work, and long before the- prairie
farmers tiro through Mith their seed
ing, tho hill farmer is preparing for
his summer work. And yet the
Iom laifds are much preferred by
many; the yield per acre is generally
greater, and perhaps less labor is re
quired to place the soil in proper
condition for crops; and then should
the season prove dry, tho bottom
lands ore sure to bring the best
crops. No better larming land can
bo round in tho United States than
that on the noted Howell prairie,
French prairie, Santiam prairie and
Salem prairie. The soil of these are
wonderfully productive. With good
cultivation, forty bushels of Miieat
and sixty of oats per acre can be
FACIIiITIKS FOIt MAUICKT.
The Willamette river, with two
lines of railroad running tho entire
length of the county from north to
south, with the Oregon Pacific road
crossing the southeast corner of the
county, tuToi'ds ample facilities to
reach a market in any direction.
Is the capital of the state and
county scat of Marion county, situ
ated on tlie Willamette river and
on the O. & O. railroad. Costly
buildings have been erected, among
which the state eapitol building,
county court house, Chemckcte hotel,
opera house, new public school
building, Catholic school building,
Methodist church, Willamette Uni
versity, and many private residences
and uusiness blocks, which will
compare favorably with older and
All things considered, the Willam
ette valley has the best country in
tho world, and Marlon county Is
about centerally located therein.
To those seeking homes iu the west,
no better opportunities can be
oflcred, than are found here. . Persons
desiring information regarding
Marion county or tlie Willamette
valley, those wanting farming
lands, stock farms, business property
or city residences, will be promptly
and reliably Informed by addressing
the well known firm of Willis
Cliambcrlln, real estate agents,
opera house block, Balem, Oregon.
Tlio foreign whwit market Is llrm hut tho
local market is inactive. Thorolssenroltyof
butler and It Is In gissl deinnnd at fancy
Wheat Quote vnlloy Jl.17kftl.23 ; Walla
Walla, linn, lim.V,i.
Oats Market firm. Quote Uil7ku.
Flour Valley stnndards oiiotedal Sl.00,
and Walla' Walla brands 8X;Oc.1.7R, NUIHtr
Ilnefi5(l275ierljbl. Hay Ilaled timothy quoted at (10i17ier
Feed-HrHii, sr ton,ir18; hhortu 18
30: chopiMxl Isirley, Wi35 ler ton.
Hurley-Ilrowlng, jierctl. ft; ground ier
Jlopu (luote oiBc per lxmnd.
Ijird Kens, orft gallon lino, Hc; iwlls,
Ilutter Choice dairy, :Sfsj x lib.;
urine in rout, xjmc.
l'miltry Quote el
ehleknn. tlltiMJfl tutXo
quality ; ducks, t4LOO&00 ; et:W ; tur-
kVYH, ClMUw, 12 WH l11" ISHHllI.
R Fairly uteudy ; lSe tier din.
l'rovUlonH Ibmin. 0.l6e ; liainn, 12
12'-v : boulders (- 7
I r.'.''' lA"'nii.ii, Secretary ofTrensiiry
i " T-v J,1-vs Secretary of tho Interior.
I .''. l;F's"1,lw,rr Secretary of Wnr.
, ; 1.' U "1TNKY Secretary of Navy.
V- '.. ' kinsox llst Master General.
A. II.(lAi!i.M) Yttorney Ucnornl.
Mouuison l;. M'aitk Chief Justice. I
State ir Oregon.
.1. N. Doi.m 1 ,, .. ..
.MI. MiTciiKM. i l- s- dilators.
HlMiKit llKUMAN.v Congressman.
Hvi.vijjTKH l'K.NxovKU Uovcrnor.
K15?.. . s,r,,,,II,K- Secretary of State.
V.vKAv""" State treasurer.
h. II. McKi.koy Supt. Pub. Instruction.
rltAXK llAKMM Sltitti. li.!tt.
It. S. HTUAIIAx!)"
jy.M,?'-Vou" Y Supreme Judges.
Third Judicial District.
It. P. IJoisk Judge.
Uko. M". 1Iki,t Prosecuting Attorney
M. L. CHAMllKltMN )
J" ' 1-oonkv - V.Stnte Senators.
J. II. Dimick j
J.T. OltKOO V
II. . I. I'KNDI.KTON
A. SI. Laioi.lkttk.
v. n. coi.vkk
C. F. Hicks
M. N. ClIAI'MAX
1'. C. SI (AW
fat-.. i, 'i.. . ... ......,w
Hknky M'AititnN If" tiaiulssloners.
Gkoiuik A. Pkkiim School Supt.
Ioiin Mtwsus Surveyor.
7T, ; - Coroner.
G. P. LnciiriKi.i) Sheep Inspector.
City or Salem.
W.M. M. Kamsry Mayor.
v.i. junit ist, ward
I'kjuiy IIaymonii 1st Ward.
J. J. Hiiaw 2nd Want
C. Lafouk 2nd Ward
Jap Minto :ird Ward
M . M Skinnkk :trd M'ard
Ms. lll'SU 4th M'ard
U. IS. IICTTON Ith M'ard J
J AM 13 UOSS
W. T. 11KM
GKO. G. 11INHIIAM
.1. c. 1HOMPSON Sup't of Streets.
C. .. CiirnriiiM. Chler KuKlneerS. F. 1).
I'. S. Olllcers.
Jas. Walton IT. s. Commissioner.
Joski'H Ai.itKUT.-Slsnal Service Observer.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon Development Company's Steam
225 MILES SHORTER 20 HOURS LESS TIME
than by nny other route.
First-class Through l'stsscnperand Freight Mue
from Portland and all points in the
Willamette Valley to and
from San Francisco.
Willamette River Line of Steamers:
Tho "Win. M. Honit," the "N. H. llcnt
ley," tho "Three Kistcrs," lcuvo I'ortlnmlH
ii. in. 3Iom!as, Wednesdays mill Fridays, from
Me.ssrM. Hofiiuiu & Co'h dork, 200 anil 202
Front Htrcot. for Oregon Ulty, lluttuvlllo,
t'htiniriocK, Haleni, Independence, Albany,
CorvulltK, mid intermediate polntv, niulc
Iiir close connection ut AUmny with trains
or tho Oregon l'acllle Kallroad.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Kxccpt Snndayh):
Cionvo Albany 1:00 1 SI
Leavo Corvallls 1:17 I'M
Arrlvo Ynqulna Sii'iOl'M
Leave Yiiqulna - -.--- -ll::!0AM
Leavo Corvallls 10.-:ASI
Arrlvo Albany 11:15 AM
O. it c. trains connect nl Albany and
Tho abovo trains coimcet at YAQUINA
with tho Oregon Develoimient Cos I.lno
orHteanishlps between aijulna and Sun
STKAJIiatS, FltOMSAN KltANCISCO.
Wlllanielto Valley, - - Monday, Mar. 12
Willamette Valley, - - Thursday, Mar. 22
Willamette Valley, - - Tuesday, April II
STKAMKUS. l'KOM YACJCINA.
Wlllamotto Valley - - - Satuday, Mar. 17
Wlllainetto Valley, - - Tueday, Mar. 27
Willamette Valley - - - Sunday, April 8
This company reserves tho right to
change sailing dates without notice.
N. 1). l'assengers from Portland and all
Wlllainetto Valley points ran make closo
connection with the trains of tho
YAQUINA UOUTK at Albany ort'orvallls,
and if destined to San Francisco, should
arrango to arrive at Yaqulna the evening
ncioro naiooi sailing.
Passenger mill Krrlgtit Kales Always the
lowest. For Information apiily to Messrs.
HUIiMAN A Co., Freight and Tlckel
Agents 200 and 202 Front St., I'ortland.Or.,
C. C. IIOdb'K, Ac't (ielt'l Frl. .V
l'ass. Agt., Oregon l'aelllolt. It. Co.,
C. H. HAHWHr.b,.Ir. Oen'i Frl; A
l'ass, Agt. Oregon Development
Co., KOI Montgomery St.;
Kan Francisco, Cal.
CAPITAL LOrHJF,, NO. 11, I. O. CI. T
incuts every Saturday evening. In their
hall, second door north of I'ost (illlce, (1.
Jso. Knioht, See., U.S. .louv. W. C. T.
t0 K ClKCKtA
Am rTi ur ur-riL r
VcA. N Lift
I ' HY MAIL- . & --5r. 1 M
I- Ml """' -J. A" X w
TAVK YOU A COLD IN TIIK 1IF.AI) which does not get better? Ilavftyoiian nx
l au.lii seen. lion of iniifiiH inutter 111 the nasal ihuwhucm? Are yon troublml by
I l....:.f.l.... u..tl.... .a-.u.!. ii.i.l lotlii mini iii'ii.
r.iri..,, t.', .'i,,, w.p:. more or lew. Impairment
sense or smell T Is your breath foul? If so,
luureu, iiilllll(Mi or nizzinoss oi me neHii.orynewior nwu mine mw; ihuhjimi hwiioi
symptoms, others only u )xirl.
IlHstoros tlie sense of taste and smell, removes Imd taste and impleHMiiit breath, result
ing from Catarrh. Hhsj- and pleasant to use. Willow direction ami a euro Is unarmi
teeil by 1). W. JIATTIIKWH A Co.
CAITAIN CIIAUL1X U DI.MON.of New York City, formerly ssiIh1 agent ofthe
I'linuilx and Home InsurHiice Comisiny at Han FrauciM-o, Cal., sayi: "I huvti been
troublwl wllh Chronic Catarrh for twenty year. A frleml In Woodland. ld.. reoom.
memlel yourCallf.irnlH CAT-U-Cl'ltl 1 proeurded ajar, IihvIiik hut Utile fulfil In Its
curative properties; but I must say, after using three Jars, I am cured or that dUtiulliig
dlMHM. Jnehwed find ' fiir which send me Cslirornla CAT-lt-CI' IU'. for wiiiih frlemU,
wIhi are Kulferers."
HOLD AND Ol'AHANTKKD MV '
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
ioe State St., Salem, Or.
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Depot,
Gilbert & Patterson,
C I-I O I C L-C
Crockery and Glassware,
SOI.K AGKNTS FOK
THE EPICURE TEA!
The best and most popular brand In
SUGAR CURED HAMS
PICICLKD MEATS, ETC.
VVUK I.KAF LAUD.
Country produce, or all kinds,
plete stock In every department.
200 Commercial St., Salem, Oivkoii.
II. K. Dl'llois.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From SI to SI per day.
Overland to California
Oregon k California Hail Road
THE MOUNT SHASTA 110UTH
Time lletweeu Salem anil Nan Francisco--Thlrty-sU
CAI.H'OUNIA KXI'HIWS TIl.VIN IIAII.V.
South. I I Xorlli.
l:00 p. in. "I.v. l'ortlund Ar. 10:10 a. in.
(KiOp, in. IiV. Salem I.v. K:!K)a. in.
7:10 a. in. Ar. San Fran. Ly. l::0p.jn.
I.OOAI. I'ASliHNCIKIt TKAIN ( IIAII.V KX
8:00a. in. I.v. rortlaud Xv. :1:15 p.m.
1:02 a.m. Lv. Salem I.v. 12:52 p.m.
12:10 p.m. Ar. Kugeno I.v. IMKIn. in.
ri:i,I,5l AX I!l?FFKT SIiK Kl' KltS.
Kxcurslon Sleepers for seconiU'lass pas-
sengei-s on ail through trains free or
ThoO. it C. Kallroad ferry makes con
nection with all the regular trains on the
Hast Side Division from font of F street,
West Side Division, Between I'ortliiiiil
DAILY (K.XCKIT SUNDAY).
7:!Rla. in. fI7v.
12:25 p. Hi. I Ar.
(1:15 p. in.
V.'M p. iu.
I! KXI'IIKSS TKAIN (DAILY
8:(KI p. m.
5:1.) a, m,
At Albany anil Corvallls connect wllh
trains ofOrugou l'acllle Itallroad.
For rull Inroriuatlou regarding rales,
maps, etc., apply to the Company s agent,
Salem, Oregon. II. I1. ItOIIEKS.
II. KOKIl LF.lt, O. F. and l'ass. Ag'l.
Scientist, anthro)ologlst, physician and
surgeon, will open an olllcc In the Nesv
Hank Illock.ou .May 1st, for the treatment
of all diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical lint lis, oxygen and
eleelro-inagnellsm used. Charges strictly
moderate. Addresshox 17(!,Saleni, Oregon.
Land of Discoveries.
fr.uiilitfil uimhuu tt tlwt i lit'.uif rl HilllL. iV
of the hoarlng. Iimx of smell, miimory lm-
you have the Catarrh
rH.IUU 1V V III! IIIIHU
TvriCF. H IIFUKUY GIVKX THAT
1 by authority ornn order iwuetl out t
tlie (unty Court or Marlon Countv. Ore
Kon.on the aith day or December, Us? .11-
rectlmr. authorlzlmr nmi
lUlMiirvlirllltll 11 ... ..!!.... ..f. . .. . ." ...
William IX Stnltli, Frances 1-" S '
. " . " P"u,n imi aim iMtwiirtl it
sni th, minor heirs ,,r Mary .leseohlne
Smith deceased, to sell the Heal R-tntp
tielonglng to the said above named minor
heli-s; I will, on the
Fourteenth day of April, 1888,
At one o'clock, p. m. or said day. at the
lourl Houm' dtHir In Salem, Oregon, in
accordance with the provision or said or
der, sell all the undivided right, title and
Interest that the said minor heirs have at
the day ot'saleln and to the rollowlnc di
scribed Heal F.stntc.to-wlt: The W. K or the
S. W. ol section ll; the W. ',. ortb? N. W
'I section :, T. S S It. 2 west or the
lllamette Meridian, also the southeast
itiaiter or the southeast quarter or
section 21 and the N. F.. '.or the N K
4', andlots 1.2, and It of section 25,T. 5 S. jt. :i
west ofthe Willamette Merldlan.and being
the I). UC. of William Mlllsop A-wile, MW
tlllcatlon No. 51711., Certltleate No. ISSt, and
(onlalnlng :tl7.5l acivs or land more or
less. Also the following described land
"t(Mvlt:" Ileglnnlng at the Southwest
corner ofelalm No. 112. In T. 5S U. 2 W. ol'
Willamette Meridian, thence Hast on the
South line or said claim No. 112, 20.2".
chain; thence North "l.isi chains,
thence West 20.25 chains to the West llneot
said claim No. ie, thence south 21 AS chains
to tho place or beginning, and containing
a" acres of land more or less, and being a
iwirtol' Anderson Dellavennnd wire's I). U
C. No. 02: also, a strln or land oil' or the
west end ora certain tract or land deeded
to lieorge Long by Anderson Dellaven and
wll'e and beings rods wide and 10 rods long
and containing 2 acres or land more or less,
and being a part or section 10, township A
south rangel! west ofthe Willamette Merid
ian; all situate In .Marlon County and state
F. It. 1WUKTTK,
(luardlau ornhnviMiauicd Minor Heirs.
STATU THEASlIllEirs 30TII NOTICE.
S.vi.km, March's, 18SS. f
AXOTICK IS 11KHKHY (JIVliN THAT
1S there are ftinds on hand to pay the
following warmnts, and that the same
will be paid on presentation at thlsolllce.
2Ut 221(1 2213 2101 2228 2107 221(1 2217 2218
2232 2200 2212 2211 2203 2219 22M 22.11 2187
2210 2220 21118 21811 22(12 21(12 2-JSI 2173 2170
2223 2013 1718 2231 22.'. 21113 2t(!(l 22.18 2239
22C0 2200 22111 2202 21811 2214 2215 22(13 22(1.1
22(11 22C.C. 22(17 22(18 2201 22(19 2270 2271 2272
2273 2271 1)210 2275 227(1 2210 2207 223(1 2277
21fi7 1708 2012 2205 2183 22.10 2278 2279 2280
2281 2283 2282 2290 2208 2302 2303 21111 2301
18111 17H1 1816 1723 2288 2281 21(11 2292 21(13
2171 230.1 M24 2218 2:10(1 2211 220(1 (2162 2309
2308 22111 2018 2307 2289 22110 2310 2298 2297
2311 2312 2314 2.11(1 2295 2285 2291 23!7 23C0
2319 2320 2321 2287 2i!M 2322 2321 2327 2328
2329 2.130 2333 2332 2331 2337 2330 2333 2339
2340 2338 2334 2311 2343 2312 2344 23IS 23411
2318 2347 2330 2332 23(11 2349 2333 2334 233S
223.1 2310 233(1 23MI 2302 23(11 23110 23C3 23(1 1
23(11 23110 2307 2309 2308 2370 2371 2372 2373
2373 237(1 1430 2337 2377 2378 2234 2233 2380
2381 2195 2212 2374 23711 2383 2381 2385 2380
2387 2388 2410 2141 2442 2113 2113 2417 242t
2423 2402 2393 2103 2i33 2121 2323 24111 2114
2443 2147 2448 2411 2139 2397 2451 2453 2492
2434 2434 2101 2159 2217 1810 2141 2:18I 2390
2393 2391 2392 2313 2174 2190 2394 2414 2412
2120 2422 2I25! 2127 2128 2120 2110 2408 2318
2429 2119 2382 2301 2211.1 2323 2192 2399 2132
2115 2130 2109 2155 2137 2ICII 21111 2431 2431
2402 2403 2118 2404 2589 2.187 2.192 2003 20OI
2539 2.172 2571 2573 2370 2509 25.18 257(1 257.1
2.110 2577 2578 2579 2580 2.102 2002 2381 2001
258(1 2585 2504 2491 2498 2574 2503 2497 2514
2489 2017 2479 2470 2013 2015 201(1 2503 2000
2019 2018 2400 2475 2188 2008 2317 2014 248(1
2492 2490 2501 2482
Th,) above numbers represent warrnnls
endorsed on or before January 2, 18S8. Also
the following warrants drawn out ho militia
fund numbered 2711, 2755, 275:1 and 2751.
Interest on the above described warrants
will not be allowed after the date of this
O. W. WF.1III,
FOR SALE or RENT!
Well watered ami plenty of Umber. Two
houses and two barns, Oood orchard.
Meadow and 150 acres plow laud, Fifty
head of cattle wllh the place ir wauled, and
horses enough to run It. Within live miles
of depot on theO. .tC. It, It. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
I-IOKSESHOEING ! !
All the Improved methods ut shoeing,
shaping shoes, to cure diseases or tho root
ami tor the correction of faulty act Ion, con
tract lou and Interfering, Used. I guarantee
satisfaction 111 all cases. I tiler loauy Well
known horseman In Oregon.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
"m Commercial street, Salem, Or.
Our Immense Stock of (looils is
NOW -:- ARRIVING
Mil PITS! I
r Larpl ami Fi'iicjI Muck of Carpets
Ever llroughl to SALKM
STILL ARRIVING DAILY.
lr CALL AND KXAMINK.
LUNN & BROWN,
Cor. Coimiiori'liil iind Httito Strt'i'tf.