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EVENING CiAPITAL JOURNAL
THURSDAY. MARCH 29, 1SSS.
, . .
n Eiithuviastu- (iatlicrnis-Spooclics,
Music ami Heart Applause.
The republican rally in the opera
house last evening was a gratifying
siiece,. The hull was tilled before
the hour announced for the meeting,
the standing room about the doors
being densely occupied. At 7:30
o'clock the second regiment band
stirred up the feelings of the audience
ith an appropriate air, and then G.
H. Burnett, chairman of the republi
can club, called the meeting to order.
The irlee club then sang the national
hymn "America." The iirt speaker
called on was Hon. T. T. Geer, who ,
started out in a serio-comic vein to ,
.i:r...tu (l.;u.,lwt vuuonmhloiii. "What, I
UlDWU3lw"Jfc'" ,.- , ..-..
In the world is the democratic party ,
'Oodfor?" He found it was nuule
up of negatives. It never advocated
any uselul thing, but Vas always
"opposed" to this, that or the other.
Mr. Geer briefly sketched the reform
promises of the democracy made four
vcars ago, and then inquired what
reform it had inaugurated. He re
garded the present time as propitious,
'for the success of the republicans,
and he looked for their triumph at
the polls in June and November
11LAI. ... .... ... J
This prediction was nailed witni
Hon. John A. Hunt was the next
speaker, who asked the forbearance
of his audience in not being prepared
to address them; but he warmed up
with his subject and made a happy
talk which was frequently and hear
The glee club then sang the "Red
White and Blue" with happy effect,
which was followed by a short and
well received address by Hon. F. C.
Baker. He said President Cleve
land's free trade message to congress
had compacted the republicans
against him, and but for the opposi
tion of Hon. Sam Randall to his
egregious folly he would hardly have
the support of a single state if he
should seek for re-election.
Prof. Lane was next called on for
a speech, but he excused himself on
the ground that he had nothing to
add to the arguments of tlie previous
.speakers. He expressed his hearty
sympathy with tlie cause of republi
canism, which was rapturously ap
plauded. Tlie meeting adjourned at an
early hour, that they might rise
refreshed, as the chairman stated it,
for the arduous work of the conven
Ion Can t Make n Samson
Out of an attenuated dude, with
menirre leirs. niireon chest and
slight cough. But a man or woman
to whom constitutional vigor lias
been denied can get it to a very con
siderable extent by the persistent
use, in regularly proportioned,
alternated doses, of America's chief
tonic, Ho-itctter's Stomach Bitters.
To the nerves and muscles of the
stomach that genial invigorant im
parts tone, and to it operations
regularity. Tlie proximate result is
thorough digestion and complete
assimilation of the food, and the
ultimate sequence, blood fertile with
the elements of muscular tissue, a
healthy appetite, nightly rest un
impaired, and a disappearance of the
nervous symptoms to which etio
lated invalids are always subject,
and which they are very prone to
take for the manifestations of serious
organic disease, and dose according
ly. In diseases of the kidneys and
bladder, always excessively weaken
ing, and for constipation, fever and I
ague, and liver complaint, use the
California Cat-K-Curc i
Tlie only guaranteed cure forj
catarrh, cold in the head, hay fever,
rose cold, catarrhal deafness and sore ,
eyes. Restore the sense of taste and ,
unpleasant breath, resulting from I
catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use.
Follow directions and a cure is war
ranted, by all druggists. Send for
circular to ABIETINE MEDICAL i
COMPANY, Oroville, Cal. Six
months' treatment for $1; sent byi
mail, 1.10. For wile by- D. V. ,
Matthews & Co., 100 State streot,
In bsoInte Curr.
The ORIGINAL ABIETINE ,
OINTMENT is only put up in large
two-ounce liu boxes, and is an
absolute cure for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will positively
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the '
ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT-
MENT. Sold byD. W. Matthews j
& Co., 100 State street, Salem, ut 25
cents er box by jnall SO cents.
The First Congregational ohureh,
of Ililbboro, yesterday rtled urtlcluw !
of Incorporation with the becrotary j
of state; hiforponitorx, C. II. AdainB, :
P. A. Ilalloj-, II. K. Luoll, P. Boa-'
oow, W. E. Thorn ; value of property,
Following is the list of letters re-
1 mniiilng in tlie postoillec, tit Salcin,
Oregon, March i2S, 18SS. Parties cull
' ing for them will please say "ail
All letters published as non-de-
I livered will be charged with one
, cont in muution to the rcgulnr
Hyrncs, Sirs Llzle
Caldwell, Knink 1
Clnry, John I)
("ox, Mrs l'millnc
Dcuhnm, Mrs I. It
(ioodcll, Clint 1
imraii, i-rea i.
Gnihm, Chus ET
Iinn K M
Mmttn Miss Cnnie
Moodle S II
McDonald U W
Johnston, Mr. A
KnlKht. .1 K
Mnrttn, A b
Nclderhuusen,Mnj or O hinder (.Near
I'hcnice. J W
Wntcrs, M c 2
Simpson b 11
Tow nsciul. T .1
Webb, W K
. ii. onni-ii, i.
)lake no MNt.ike.
dispelling the symptoms so
mistaken for Consumption.
SANTA ABIE lias brought glad
ness to many a household. By its
prompt use for breaking up the cold
that too often develops into that
fatal disease, thousands can be saved
from an untimely grave. You make
no mistake by keeping a bottle of
this pleasant remedy in your house.
CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE is
equally effective in eradicating all
ri'iipp nf "insnl Oiit'ivrl. "Until nf
tl.... .. .......lnr.l Si..lt4Y.i... .......! 1....
--- ''"' w"1""11"1 n-n.i.o
are sum aim waiiaiiicti uy ij. v.
Matthews & Co., 100 State street,
Salem. $1.00 a package, 3 for $2.50.
Will Itesume Business,
We arc glad to learn on good au
thority that the firm of Johnson &
Shelton, general storekeepers, Scio,
who recently became financially em
barrassed, have arranged with their
creditors and will shortly resume
business. Mr. Al. Johnson, who-e
health has been very poor for some
time, is much better.
Worth Your While.
Look ill at Staiger Bro.' for
genuine bargains in foot ware for
cash. Complete lines of the best
goods in tlie market. Cut rates
apply to everything in the leather
line until their removal to the Geo.
E. Good stand.
Tlio foreign wheat mm kct Is llrm but tho
local mnrkct Is inactive. There is scarcity of
I butter mid it Is in good demand ut fancy
I POn.TT.AKII MAUKinX.
Wheat Quote .nlley $1.17l.i!5 ; Walla
1 Outs Murket firm. Quote -to17Mc.
Flour Valley standards quoted ut $1.00.
and Wnllu AViillu brands S.1.G0 1.73, super
lino 32.50(3273 per bbl.
Hay Haled timothy quoted nt$lC17pcr
Feed Bran, per ton, ?lttI8; shoits is
20; chopped barley, SJlii)'-" per ton.
Hurley Hrewlng, per ctl. $1 ; giound per
Hops Quote, (VSAc per pound.
Ijird Kegs, or 5 gallon tins, 8c ; palls,
nutter Choice dairy, !J0.15o per lib.;
brine In rolls, 27Kc.
Poultry Quoto chickens, Sl.G0Jj.r0 as 'to
quality ; ducks, $0.00Cq,S.00 ; geese S&S'J ; tur
keys, choice, 12feiajc per ivound.
Ecirs Fuirl.v steady : lRc nor (Wen.
Pi ovisions llucon.
imgiiujc ; uains, isv
12J4C : shoulders 0c.(ij7
PH0HIB1TI0N COUNTY TICKET.
T W HEAVEN PORT,
H S JORY,
J H DARBY,
J G EBERHART,
W I RAY,
VIRGIL H READ,
W P JOHNSON,
W T VAN SCOY,
LOUIS I1AR7.EE, '
J D HURST,
HENRY" GILS AN,
F A FORD,
W B MAGERS,
the Garden Spot of the
Fertllltr ot Soil. Salubrity of cilmatr , hlr-
tear Wtfr, Eirtllrnt Tlmtrr and
Marion county Is situated in the
heart of the magnificent Willamette
valley, the central gem In tlie clus
ter of ricli counties that form that
princely domain, and is the banner
commonwealth of the great north
west in all the essentials that go to
wards making it a profitable abiding
place, and a home for the thrifty
fanner, the cunning artisan and the
Ricli in its agricultural resources,
in its cultivated and uncultivated
lands, in its water powers, and
minerals; ricli in its colleges and
schools of learning, and with a
climate unsurpassed for its salubrity,
it presents to tlie immigrant from
the overcrowded state-., where cold
winters and hot I summers, with
terrible cyclones, prevail, who
comes to the coast with some
means, advantages that no other
county In Oregon possesses.
Much has been written of this
western country that requires a
stretch of the imagination to com
prehend, and numerous complaints
are heard from the class who have
been misled bv them, so in this
brief sketch the writer desires to
avoid exageration as to its present
and prospective advantages, asking
those in the east into whose hands
this may fall particularly those
who have their eyes directed towards
tills coast to peruse it carefully,
feeling that it is not written to lure
immigrants within its borders, but
only as a truthful discriptlon of a
land which, if it does not "How
milk and honey," contains within
its boom wealth and resources equal
to any other country on the Pacillc
side of tlie Roekv mountains.
Marion countv is bounded on the
north by the Willamette river and
Butte creek which separates it from
Clackamas county; on the east by
Clackamas countv and the Cascade
mountains, which separate it from
Wasco county; on tlie south by the
Sautiam river and the north fork of
the Santinni, separating it from
Linn eounty.and on the west by the
The county contains, including
valley, prairie and mountain lands,
about 1)00,000 acres.
There are two main divisions, the
mountain and the valley. The
latter extends from the Willamette
river to tlie foot of the Cascade
mountains, a distance of about lif
The mountainous portion contains
some fourteen townships of mostly
unsurveyed land; lying in a strip
twelve miles north and south by
forty miles east and west, and com
prises all classes of land, from ricli
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
tinibered, and in tho near future
will be valuable for its lumber sup
plies. These hills and mountains
afford a wonderful summer range
for stock, and many of the more en
terprising farmers are availing them
selves of this opportunity, and when
tno eotu irosts oi autumn approacn,
the stock are brought out to fresh
pastures, thus enabling them to sur
vive tlie winter storms with little
A decided advantage Marion coun
ty lias over many others is the di
versified farming interest that can
be carried on throught the entire
year; notwithstanding this is a wet
climate during the winter months,
the uplands are seldom too wet to
work, and long before the prairie
farmers are through with their seed
ing, the hill fanner is preparing for
his summer work. And yet the
low lands are much preferred by
many; tlie 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, the bottom
lands are sure to bring the best
crops. No better fanning land can
be found in the United States than
that on the noted Howell prairie,
French prairie, Santiam prairie and
Salem prairie. Tlie soil of these are
wonderfully productive. With good
cultivation, forty bushels of wheat
and sixty of oats per acre can lie
FACILITIES IOIt MAKKKT.
The Willamette river, with two
lilies of railroad running tlie entire
leiurtli of tlie county from north to
lciiKta ot tlie county ironi nortn to r . . irAHAIi 1 !
county, ntlorda ample facilities to
reach a market In any direction.
Ih the capital of the slate audi
county Beat of Marion county, situ-1
ated on tlie Willamette river and
on the O. & V. railroad. Costly
buildings have been erected, among ,
which the state canitol building,
county court house, Chcnieketeliotei.
opera house, new public school
building, Catholic school building, ,
Metho(fist church, Willamette Uni
versity, and many private residences
and Inisincs-s blocks, which will 1
compare favorably with older and
4 11 .l.t f.l I .I.IIFIll.....
u .tvii uiiiign uoiisniciuii, mi t 11111111
"etto valley lias the lwst country in
tlie world, anil Marlon county is
about centerally located therein.
To those seeking homes in the west,
no lietter opportunities can ne
offered, than are found here. Persons 1
ilesinng Information regarding
Marion county or the Willamette
valley, those wanting fanning
lands, stock farms, liusinunHprojierty
or city residences, ulll lie promptly
and reliably informed by addressing
tho well known llrm of Willis a
Chamberltn, real estate agents,
opera house block, Kalem, Oregon.
GEO. V. GOODHUE, WOOD DK.VI.KIt
offlce with (Jo. W. Johnson, aft Com
mercial street. All kind of wood for iwle.
Hawed to uny length desired. Cash must
sooompHnj' all orders
oi:i:i:.vi, hihf.ctohy. i
litos. I . n v., VK seoretnry of State.
W- ;.- V1,!-nit l), serretur. ifTrcomr
, .,I"Vs secivtm ot the Intel lor.
".,,-,C-,J'MiioTT . Secretary of War.
!v w uT:k .. s.ecretur orNu .
1. M. Dickinson . Post Muster (lenenil.
A. II. (Svhi.vnii Attorney Oenenil.
MounisoN li. Waiti: Chief Justice, i
State or (lifgou.
J. if. Si'inj, Hi:.: v- K senutor-s .
lllMiKK Hi liMANS Congiessiunn.
-s.visTi;u PrxM.Mt Hovrrnor.
U1?,: " Mr-lluim: , ..Secretary ofstute.
,.u,:"" " rreusuicr.
K 11. Mrl'i.im. Supt. Pub. Instiuctlou.
K VNK It VKM! stlltO Plilltcr.
U.S. STHVltVN )
JJ.M,J' ''"" Supreme Judges.
W.W. Thai i-a .. )
Third. Jm1iri.ll IHMilct.
It. P. Hoisk ,. Judge
Gio. W. IIh.t . ..Pro-pentlm; Attorney.
M. I,. Cll VM1IKKI.1X 1
I. A. I.OONV
J. 11. IllMU'K "."
J. T. GlthflG
I).. I. I'KMII.KTON .
A. JI. I.u-oi.i.irrri:-.
. II. COLVKII
C F. Hicks .
M. N. CltAl'MAX
T. C. SHAW
CHo. P. Tr.HHKM. I
IIkmii Vaiiim:v. f
(H-oum A. PM-1IM..S
LiTciu iki.1i sheen Inspector.
M. M. Uamhky Major.
iv.ji. .uiiK isi ward
Pfcuu. Uaimonii 1st W'uid
J. J. shaw 2nd Wurd
C. I.AFoiiK2nd Wurd
Jai Jti.s ro .lid Wurd
W. W. SKiNNKit Hid Ward
Jkh. Itrsii ith Wnnl
O. N Hutto.n 1th Waul.. .1
GlO. O. HlNOHA.!
J. C. Thomino.n Sup't of Sticcts,
C. N. Clll'iicniM....Chlef KnglneerS. V. 1),
I'. S. Ofllrcis.
Jas. Walton V. s. Comnilssloncr.
Joski-h AiaihiiT.-Slgnul SeiicoObserer.
N EW AI VKKTIsKM KXT.S.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon Development Company's Steam
225 MILES SHORTER 20 HOURS LESS TIME
than by any other route.
I'irst-rlass Through I'ossrncrnnil freight I.I lie
Item Portland and nil points in the
Willamette Valley to and
Ci out San Fi.iurhio.
Willamette River Line of Steamers:
Tho "Win. M. Hour," tho "X. S. lient-
ley, tno"Tiiiie riisiom, ieao roiuauiin
n. m. Mondatx, edue.d.ih and I'ridajs, fiom
McHsra. Hotmail A Com dock. 20u mid 2ft!
Front street, for Oieson City, llullellp,
ununuioeg, saiem, imiciienuence, .iouuv,
CorvalllH, und lnteimedlalo points, inuK
Inff closo connection at Albany with trains
of thoOiegon r.irlllr Kallroad.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sunday.):
Lcnvo Albnny 1:00 PM
Leave CoiMillis 1:17 PM
Arrlvo YiKiuinn - -i 5.50 PM
Leuvo Yiiiiillnii - - ti: !0 A M
l.euvo Coi Willis llbWA.M
Arrlvo Albany 11:15 AM
O. & C. trains connect at Albany and
Thoaboo trains conneit ut
it Cos Lino
with the Oieuon Deelomneilt
of.Steuinslilps between "lnqutnit und Sun
VIU.(I I) VTtS.
SrilAMI'KS, PIIOMHAN UtANCISCO.
Willamette Vullcy, Monday, Mm. I'.'
Wlllumctto Vnllej, - - Thuixdiiy, Mar. 'i
Wllliiinctto Vullej, - Tuei-duy, Apill II
HrKAMKRS. F1IOM lAUl'INA.
Wllliiinctto Vullej - - - Kitudiiy, Mar. 17
Wllluniettu Vulley, - - - Ttu-Ml.tj-, Mui.27
Wlllamcttu Vullej - - Siinduj', Apill 8
TJiIh company rcxenP tho 1 1 K 1 1 1 to
chunifo Balling dates ithout notice.
N. 11. Passeimci-K tiom Portluiid and all
Wlllninctto Valley points can iiiiiku close
connection with the trains of the
YAOUINA ItOUTi: at Albany or Coi vullls,
and if destined to San Fiunclsco, should
ninuiK'o tourilveat Yii(iilna the eenlui;
rasseiiRer and Hi field Hates AlnaiH the
l.onest. For lutoi million upplj to .Mphsin,
HUI.MAN A Co., FielKbt and Ticket
AifcntHaoOundarJFiont t., Poitluml.Or.,
C. C. HOfiri:, Ac't Oen'l Fit. A
Puss. AKt.,Oi0Kon PucltloH. It. Co.,
C.H.HASWLMi, Jr. Oen'l Fit; A.
Pass. At. Oickoii Dewlopiuent
Co., :0I MontKomeij St.;
Sun Fiunclsco, Cul.
CAPITAL I.OI)(li:, SO. II, I. O. (i. T.,
j meets c cry butuiiluj eenlnit,ln their
all, second door north of Post (illlii'. U.
J.no. KNir.iiT.Hee., U.S. Joitl.W.C.T.
Scud for cirtuljr.31 lir Mil 3 ir ?
-rr h IV.iJ-'-M l M I I ff-H"
SOLI) AND OUAKANTKKI) 11V
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATEST,, SALKM, OK.
SNELL, HEITSHU &. WOODARD, Wholesale Depot,
Gilbert & Patterson,
Crockery and Glassware,
SDI.r. ACU'.N'l'S KOK
THE EPICURE TEA!
The best und most populur brand 111
SUGAR CURED HAMS
PICKLED JIKATS, ETC.
PUKi: t.i:.vr i.akii.
Countij- produce of all kinds.
io mock in eerj iiepaiimcui.
OII.IlKltT A PATnUtSON,
2(W Commercial St., Salem, Oregon.
11. K. Drllois,
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers,
From SI to $.1 ier day.
Overland to California
Oregon k California Rail Road
Till; MOUNT SHASTA KOlTIi
lime lletiw'cn Salem and San Fianrlsui
CAI.II'OIIMA KXI'IU.SS TKAIN IIAIIA.
1 W p. in.
.) p. in.
7: 10 u. m.
10. II) n. ill.
II. W p. 111.
'ASH1IM1I.II TUAIN ( DAILY
8.0(1 a. in.
bOJ a. 111.
12: 10 p. in.
:i.i p. m.
r.'.ri! p. m.
u 00 a. III.
I IJ 1. 1. 31 A N IIVFPKT SliKEI'EKS.
HnciiihIoii 8leeHis lor seisimU'liiss ptin
sciikcis on nil HiioukIi tiulns fieo of
TI10O. A C. Itullro.id lenj iiiukes con
nection .Wth ull tho ii'Kiilur tiulns 011 tho
lJist Side Division liom linit ol F stitet,
West Side Division, Iletween
DAIIA (IJXtTIT HUNOAY).
7: to 11. 111.
r.':i") p. 111.
l:!!0 p. m.
HMINMII.I.1! IIVI'UI.SS 'IIIAIN
I'M p. 111.
K.OO p. III.
Ia PofTlu ml A i7
r: 1 in. 111.
At Albany und CoimiIIIh conmit 'w It It
tiulns ol OicKon Pucllle Hulltoiid.
For full liifoiniiitlon ickuicUiik niliw,
iiiaiw. etc.. aiililv Io the Comiiun'N ueut.
Salem. Onron. K. I'. Itoliilit,
l li 1111 I 11, l I ...! II..ULJ ..
Ill IVUl.illll.lVi . . . Iinfi .1
DR. G I LIB I
Scientist, uuthioiKiloulsl, plijslilun und
surKCon, win oieu 1111 oiucc in uie iof
Iianli HIolIc. on Mu 1st. lor the ticiitmcut
of ull discuses of uoinon, and all other
cluonle cases, on strictly hygienic und nut
111 ill niliieitiles. Mcdleul batlis.oxjueunml
clecti-o-maKnctlsm used. ChaixeH stiUtly
moderate. Addrcssbox 17tl,Siilem,Oiei;ou.
I I C IV '
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it 'WZ"
dies urn kIvIiik hiitlsfucilnu, und u cus
tomer with llront'liltlH hiij h It istheonl)
icmcdy tbut kIcs liiHtunt icllct.
Hl.nitl l.i. .t Covmi, DriiKKlslK, '
H.. " the pliiiMiiotii liiloini
UVC J 'm thut join l'iciuiiiitloiisuii'
mcetliiit Mltli lurije wiU. We bear
Nothing but Praise &.
(iislon to" use them.
N.nm vwi.n .v Co., DrilKKlsU.
Tbut It u 111 m (siiiipllsb the end deslu d
ill ull ulleet loiis of the Tin out n ml I.uiikh
U.. nnd you not oiib "III not bo
Will "Ithout it miiir, but uill
rtcomiiieud It to others, iih tlioiiKumls
Iiiim done, who hue tiled iertblui
(Ikc In ulii. .Mone is no object here
.,:;;,i',!!,,.,c,u,.,','('. !!;:: Convince You
trllllhi:"Uhi orotic dollar can piiicliiihe
a remedy Unit "III hIhiiiI Ik-imis'Ii jiiii
und one of the most dtctidwlnf liiiiiuui
('lit iiIhix sent free,siiitiiliiliij;detiilliHl
Is pre I wired only by tlie AIIIKTI.S'K
Mb'DU'Ab CO., Ornllle, ChI.
SV.W All! KKTlsr.Mr.XTS.
HEED'S Ol'EKA HOl'SE.
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
, Tnpsilay. Maroli 27. I8SS,
THE M0NARCHS OF THE WORLD!
INew Amiilciin-Kuropenn Ihe
i Initial Mustoilou
Viidei the personul supeison nnd
sole muiiiiKcnicnt of
W. S, CLEVELAND.
llu cil.v's KrtnlesKtiort ! lln erlj 's onlj
minstrels) IlnVeiij'M newest und best!
lluxerlj's muster nmel
This entlielj now iinilJiceeiitlj-re-orKnnlreil
All yoii Have Never Seen!
What you Haven't Seen Equaled!
The cemedians: Uw Spencer, Hurrj
V tiuutraitir lrlii fi,i... .l.u. It l..l.nt..
ArmstroilK', John tjueen.deo. II. Kdwards,
l'ctc Mack and .lus. ltostriim lsvillUeK
the Kieatest solette ot iimicifliitis enit
men und dancers on em til !
Tin KuiMpeniiMondcr.thp huninneulRUia,
52: 1-1 iltonS
Most woiulei an uitlst 1IIhb.
Howe nnd Doj le, the dunchiR marvels,
IJueen.Ntowo and Itandiill, the orlKlnul
ItitelllKcnt (Hnersationallsts, ,Ios. Xor
CTOssiindSlK. . DeToiuasso.
UKAH Hueil's oeul cliolr Cnstell
Hrj-dges, tener: .1. D. (iicen, ptlma burl
tone; Hurry belKhtou, puieullo.
SKI! the Ilesslun ilriiKtHius! the stieet
piirude! ueuily hulf UK) perloiniers In one
sr.cuiti: sr.AT. avoid tiii: chowds
SKATS NOW ON SALIC AT
PATTON'S BOOK STORE,
Our Immense Stork of Goods is
NOW -:- ARRIVING
Direct from the East !
The liiiigi'il ami Finest Slock of Caif'
m llroiight to SALEM
STILL ARRIVING DAILY.
ly- VA I , I , A N 1) 10X A M I N K.
LUNN & BROWN,
Cor. Coiiiiiieiclal and Slate StreetH.
FOR SALE or RENT!
H130 AC KISS
Well untered uml plentj of tliubc. Two
houses uml tun bin us. flood orchard
.Meiidou' uml l.'il) ueies plow In lid. I'lfly
bend ofcuttleultlithe place If anted, unit
lioisesenoui;li Io inn H. Within live miles
nfilcpot on IlieO. A ('. It. It. A hurKuIn lor
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
I-IONJSISSHOJSINC, ! !
All the IiiiiuiimmI methods of shoeing,
shiililiiK shoes, to cure (IIschmw of the fisit
uml for thitioriis'tlonof luulty iu Hon, con
tnu tlou und luterferliiK, uttctl. 1 Kimnuitee
willMliietloii in ull niMw, ' Itefur toiinx well
Idiouii horseman In l)ieion.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
Salem Co-Operative Association, P. of II.
All Kinds of Produce Bought.
lai, Shite street. Kuleni, Or