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List of Property is Offered For Sale
: e c aeea saaccaaeaseiggcigegg:
etc a g ee ;
i 160 acres Smiles cast of SUverton; J1000.
i) ncres. ono hnlf In cultivation, small
" orchard; $4000.
OT acres. 116ncrcs In cultivation, G miles
' from railroad, VA miles from jxjst
i M acres, S3) acres In cultlMitlon, good
building, S10 per acre,
t 46 acres, 15 acres In cultivation, small
d 100 acres, SO acres In cult lv atlon; S2U00.
7 1 ncres. 20 nereH lu cultivation, small
bouse, 18 miles from Salem; $1000; one
v 0ftcres,200acres In cultivation, remain
' der light timber, good house, good or
chard, 0 miles from railroad; $0300.
o House and lot In South Salem, large lot;
ii 6500-200 acres, 130 acres In cultivation,
two orchards, 0 miles from Salem.
11 S15000-375 acres, 2J0 acres in cultivation,
balance light timber, 3 miles from
i 600-520 acres, 200 acres In cultivation,
""good house, barn and orchard.
R T50O-36O acres, 200 acres in cultivation,
one half mllo from teaiuboat land
ing. 11 517.50 per acre, 180 acres, good house, 7
rooms, good barn, ono half mile from
15. 81150 per acre, 120 acre.
18. $30 per acre, 320 acres, good liouso and
17 St acres, 2 milts from Salem, Seo per
acre, OS acres in cultivation.
R SO acres, $2500, 76 acres In cultivation,
good house and barn.
11 250 acres, $14,000, all cultivated, tine
03 200 acres, 170 acres In cultivation, good
orchard and buildings, S8000.
01. 338 acres, all cultivated; 810,500.
21 155 acres, 70 acres cultivated, good build
23. 100 acres, all cultivated; $3500.
II House nnd lot on Commercial st.; $800.
THE OREGON LAND COMPANY
Ire buyingand selling Kenl Estate, and will take pleasure In showing buyers unvjprop
rty in the above list. Office in
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
H - - - H"M - sC - N - :0;
GIBSON & SINGLETON,
Snfessors to Geo. E. Good.
Toilet Articles, and'
ARTISTS' MATERIALS A SPECIALTY.
LEVY'S OLD CORNER, COMMERCIAL and STATE STREETS.
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SMOKE THIS OLD RELIABLE
Five Cent Tansil's Punch Cigars.
CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries.
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a . I . I i v -- n
U AVE YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which does not get better? Huve you nn (
4J. cesslve secretion of mucus matter In the nusnl passages? Are you troubled by
frlnj. splttlnff, weak and Inflamed eyes, frequent corenefcS of the throat, rinsing or
roaring In the ears, more or loss Impairment of the hearing, loss of smell, memory Ini
red, dullness or dizziness of the head, dryness or heat of the nose? ilnvoou loKtall
e of smell? Is your breath foul? If ho, jou hao the Cntnrrh. Some hnveull these
impionu, others only n part.
gestpnss the sense of taste and smell, removes
:- ,"iu 1 uuirru. Kasy nnu pieasuni 10 use.
by D. V. MATTHEWS i Co.
I A YT n.r .
Pk". t'UAJllilSt 1
DIMON, of Now
t5S ' and Home Insurance Company at
--uu,ea utn Chronic Catarrh for twenty years. A friend In Woodland, Cal., reeom
2"??.ed our California CAT-lt-CUItE. I procurded ujar, having but little faith in Itn
wnLUiA mvuvirtiui ... t ..mot .
Ai. v i-'wi'v km, uuvi iiiuat n,J Ji unuig
; hut I must say, alter using
rr- inclosed find t for which send mo
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY.
106 StateSt., Salem:, Or.
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Depot.
KKW APVKBT1SKMBNTS. Thc REASON POP. IT.' J GKNKB.VI. llIKKCTOK. j SKW AVKITtSEMKNT.
2-5. House and lot on Commercial st.; SKX).
2(1. KiOucrOH, 1R0 ones cultivated, ISOOprumo
trees, (WO peach trees, TOO pear trees,
IHaciesof hops, good buildings; $10,000.
27. 117 acres, SO acres In cultivation, $1200.
23. 80 acres, one half In cultivation, S.TO0.
2". House and lot lu biilcm; S.W00.
30. House nnd lot in Salem; SSOO.
31. 320 acres, iso acres In cultivation; $s000.
32. 100 lots In Silver Falls city; S2 each.
33. 100 acres, 145 In cultivation, $32 per acie.
34. 320 acres, 150 In cultivation, good lm-
3T. Saw mill nnd grist mill; $1000.
SO. Livery stable, 10 horses, 7 buggies. 1 enr
rluge, 1 express wagon, G sets double
lnvrness,4 sets single harness, ;H board
ing horses, good stand and reasonable
rent on buildings; $2500.
37. (iO acres, acres in cultivation, liouso
nnd barn, $700.
38. 250 acres, 1 miles from llrou ns Hie,
Ik") ncres in eultlv atlon, good build
ings, $35 per acre.
39. 57 acres, all cultivated, with buildings,
1 miles from Salem; $S0U0.
40. 10 acres, nt miles from Salem, all culti
vated, u Ml buildiugs, $2000.
41. 20 acres cultivated land, with buildiugs,
1 mile from Salem; $2500.
12. 12J-j ncres cultivated laud, without
bulldlngs2ono mllo from Salem post
II. 30 ncres cultivated land, 1 miles from
44. 52 acres, 1 miles from Salem, one half
ill ciuuvuuou; ixu
4o. Lots on Capital street, at from 100 to
40. 4300 acies improved farm at from $10
to $30 per acre; known as the Ankeny
47. 97 acres, all In a good state of cultiva
Wo have, nlso. all the Scotch company's
farms for sale. Helngsold under fore
closure ot mortgages, iney are onerea
on very reasonable terms.
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THC O NLY-
Cat - R - Ciare
had taste and unpleasant breath, reult-
rouow aireciions ann a cure i guaniii'
York Cit. fonnorly special agent of the
Kan Kranolsoo, Cul., sa s: "I have been
A friend In Woodbind. Cal.t worn
iiiitcjuini a unit vi nsuft
tnree jars. 1 nmeureuoi mai uisgusung
California CAT-H-CCHK for some irlemlx.
A Defense of thc Methods of the Pro
Ei. Capital Joiu.nal. Allow
me through your columns (luue I
tun home no M'Irioni,! to extend u
cordial welcome to my ft lend
Secretary of State MelJride, on his
return with health somewhat im
proved. At the same time permit
me to express surprise that he or any
one else should wonder why the
prohibitionists should call Walter
T. Mill, St..lohuandotherspeakers
to Oregon at this particular time.
Rather, why not do so? We arc a
state and national political party
"come to stay," and, like Grant,
intending to "fight it out on this
line if it takes" all of a lifetime,
while our work Includes vastly
more than the mere "moral suasion"
temperance work of former years.
AVe are striving for political ascend
ency, as we believe the total
suppression of the legalized
dramshop will never be championed
or advocated by cither republican or
democratic party, (though many
thousands in each favor it,) and that
our party, or one with like princi
ples, possibly by another name,
must have control of the govern
ment if the object we seek is ever to
Wo are not playing at
Wo are not on a holiday
Wo mean business. And
putting in time, work,
literature and speakers in
just at this time because this is the
particular battle ground. Won't the
republicans and democrats do just
the same? What would any one
think of a foe in war complaining
that the other side went right where
he was weakest, and put in their
biggest generals and heaviest guns,
instead of going where they could
not make so good an impression?
Resides, we know that votes ob
tained now will be seed votes for the
November election. Tf we make
good gains in June we shall make
greater gains in the fall. Js Unit
bad generalship or unfair? Oregon
is the only state holding an election
Complaint is also made that we
should not be in the Held where re
publicans are hard pressed, because
many of them are more favorable to
temperance than are the democrats.
Suppose for argument's sake that
preponderance be admitted. Would
a general in war pass by a section
of country, whero lie could likely do
some effective lighting, for the
reason that although those in power
were at open enmity with him, there
were a good many of the masses who
theoretically were not opposed to
his objects, though not in favor of
his way of obtaining the end?
Eastern papers show that wonder
ful activity is being displayed by
our party in the strongly democratic
states. We have just sent Sam
Small to canvass and organize the
statu of Georgia, for the prohibition
party; Sam Jones will also assist.
The temperance democrats will kick
like steers and say "why don't you
30 ofl' to strongly republican states
and not come here to injure our
party when you see how we carry
county after county for local option?
You nrejust a republican annex or
nid society." I notice also that
Alabama has just held her conven
tion, elected delegates to the national
convention and put a state ticket in
the field. Texas, Missouri, Ten
nessee and other southern states
have called similar conventions.
Rut I must close and hurry south
to Jackson county to work prepara
tory to its convention at Medford.
J. W. Wmhii.
Salkm, April iiOtli.
Those well-dressed gentlemen
who are sporting elegant, well-fitting
summer suits, bought them at
G. W. Johnson's clothing store,
Sub&uiilKJ for the Jouknai..
Housed from Inartluu.
The jireeuror of their disease mid lie
tmctlon, the kidneys and bladder health
fully stimulated and toned wltli Ho.let
tor's Stomuch Hitters, nctUoly riumo
their funetlons. Thus ilrlght's illswii-e,
diabetes, catarrh of the bladder and enour
osls are prewnted. Kor Irritating diuretics,
and thoM unmedlcated and fiery stimu
lants which, used uun In moderation,
oxolte both the renal and esleal organs,
this is the bust nolble substitute. It is of
botanic composition, and so congenial to
the stomach, the dlgesthe processes Of
which It helps In 110 ordinary degree, that
it Is promptly assimilated by the system,
and its tonle effects are speedily felt. Not
only does It remedy Inactivity ofthe kid
neys, but renews a regular habit of body,
promotes a due secretion and healthy flow
of bile Into the proper chnnneU, and expel"
from the olreulatlon acrid principles pro
ductive of rheumatism and gout. ItUnUo
the leading upealfle for maUvrlal com-plaints.
OnovF.n Cleveland .. . .' President.
Titos. K IIayaki) . secretary of state.
i;1.1.- Ancnti.n, Secretary of Treasury I
, f-J-vs ecretnrj of the Interior.
.Vv.,v.f",I,,",rr -secretary 01 war.
)V,VmTN" - -Secretarj of Navy.
I). 31. Dickinson- iw Muster (leneml.
A. II. (.m. n .Attorney General.
Mohkisov It. Wviit . .. ciiicCIiistlre.
Mate of llrecnn.
J. r 1oi imi .. 1
J. II. MlTlHKI 1 1
HlNum: ItntMANN (.'oiutressiiiiin.
HYI.VIMTHl I'EVMivmi IJmiTlinr.
Gilo. V . Meltiiiiii: Set retary ofstnte.
G. A . Wehii state treasurer.
K. 11. MrLi.itov . .Supt.l'uh. Instruction.
r hank IIvkui state l'rlntei.
'I. S STKAltVN )
Vm.V Ixmn . ..J. Supreme .!mt?es.
V. W. Tiiaup. J
Third Juiilrlnl lliMrict.
It. I', lloisf tuitite,
Gno. . IHi.t 1'ivsccutlni; Attorney.
M. It. C'lUMIIMtt.lN )
.1. A. I.oonj., I ..Slate Senators.
J. V. DlMtCK J
J. 1. Ulil (Hi
W. 11. COI.VI It. . .
C. K. IIlCKS
il.H. fllAl'M IN .
, Deputy Cleric.
John Junto .. .
Ki). CitoisvN . . .
T. ( Shaw
GKemu: A. Pheih.ks ...school Supt.
Iohn Nmvsos... Snr ej or.
G. I. I.ittiikiki.I) Slice p Inspector!
Cltj of Salt-111.
A. 11. .Mint 1st Wliul
(o. Williams 1st Want..
Geo. Collins auUViint
C. IjAtORRSnd Ward
JAP 3UNTO !!rd Ward
W. 3V. SKiNNKit 3rd Ward..
Nks. Hush -Ith Ward
O. N. IIlTTONMth Ward
J. STiilCKLMt Heeoider.
James Hess Man-hal.
WvT. Hill. Treasurer.
Gko. G. IliMiiiAM Vttomey.
J. C. Tiiominox sup't ofStieets,
C. N. CltvitciiiLi... Chief EiiKlneerS. V. 1).
I'. S. Olllifrs.
Jas. Walton V. S. Commissioner.
Joseph A might .Signal Serlco Observer.
Specialties in Fruits
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
ail, Commercial Street
STATi; TIMER'S 3ITII NOTICE.
ST VTK OK OKKOON, TltKAM'IlKU'S OrKK'K, 1
NU.KM, Apiiin.lH.SS. f
NOTICE IS HEltEltY (IIVEN THAT
there iiioKiitlU'lcnt funds on hand to
my all outstanding win nintx draw n on the
gcneinl, iicultcntlMry, Incidental, Insane
and Idiotic, eecutlc. Judicial, loglhlatle,
con let, f uglti e, pi luting orludlgi'iit lunds
w hlch have been endorM'd. " preseiiti'd and
not paid for want of funds ' fiKotho lollow
Ing wm nulls drawn on the mlllllii liind:
WarriintK mimbeU'd 'J7IJ, 27.1!, 'J7.VI, '.7.K,
and 'J7.1'i, and that nil ofubovo win nints will
he paid on piesentatlon at this oilier. In
terest will not benllowed after the dale ot
g. v. wr.nn,
Htato Tn asm er.
Oregon Peach Bitters
About elahfecn .enrs into I iecelcd a
hurt In in) back from a pile of lumber
fulling on me, and ever since hud been
troubled with weak kidneys more or less;
mid tholastcarer. much. Tliiougli tin
it-commendation of Hem v Ivii'iie. I
bought u iMiltleofll. Klas's Oregon l'eiich
Hitters and before I had taken ha f the
bottle I found a great icllef Irom It. I
believe It to ben splendid leinedj lor the
kidneys,aud heartily leeomineiiil It for the
same. J. II. roilTEK.
Aiiinsvllle, .Tanuaiy 12, lhN
Overland to California
Oregon k California Kail Road
THE MOUNT SHASTA HOUR
Time lift wren Salem ami Han Frandsiu
1 bill) -six Hours.
CAMMlltSIA KXl'HKKS TICAIN IIMIA.
10: 10 a. in.
Win ii. in.
( Il.VtlA KX-
R.00 II. 111.
I'l LhJIA.V 1UK1KT S L K K I' K It H .
Kxcurtilon Sleoiwrsfor neondliiM .ik- ,
wiiuers on all through troliM free of,
Theu. A c itaiiro.ui terry iniiKe eon
iiMtlon viithall the regular I nil lis on the
Kant Side Division from fixuot I' xtreet,
West Side Division, Between Portland
HAII.Y (MtCHIT HUMlAY).
7:.S0 a. 111.
1 p. III.
0:10 p. m.
1:00 p. m.
M'MINhVJLLi: KXI'UKTM TIIAI.V (DAILY
W5a p. in.
ttiOU p. in.
Us ia a. in.
At Albany nnd CorvullU connect "Ith
iruinn oi urexon i-iunne luiuroaa,
ror mil inior
map, et., apply
-foiith ' f
1-00 p. m. TaT-I'ortlond Ar. I
usiOp. m. Iiv. Salem Lv,
7:10 ii. m. I Ar. San I'niti. Lv.
to the Coinimny'ii aent,
on, e. r. Kuutoa.
.RR. O. V. and lluu. Ae't.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon Development Company's Steam-
225 MILES SH0RTER200URS LESS TIME
thitn b. any other route.
Klrst-rls Thiouub l'Asriirr .mil I'relcht line
from Port l.iml ami all (mint in the
Willamette .illej tn aa
from San Krancisi 0
Willamette River Line of Steamers!
The "Win. M. I long," the "N. N. ltont
le,," the'-TlinH- SNters," leave I'ortlaudS
u. m. Xoinlais. Wtiliiiil.nsiuul Krlil.iis, fixiin
5Iesrs. Iliilmnii A Cos ilock,LW and Hft!
Front street, for Oregon Cltj, ltuttevllle.
i iiiiiuiHH1, isiiii'in, iiiueiieiiueiice, Aliianv,
CorviillN, unit liitermcdliite Hilut, limk
lug close connection at Aliianv with trains
orthenirgon rarllle Kallroad.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Keept Sundn.vs):
Ieave Albanv ikki 1' 51
Leave Corvallls 1:47 1 JI
Arrive Viuiulnn lKioiM
Ix?avo aquliia It. MAM
licavo Coivallls Ift'tSA.M
Arrive Albany 11:15 A. M
O. A C. tniins (sinnect at Albany and
Thoabovo trains connrct at YAQUINA
with the Oregon Development Cos Line
of! steamships between aqulitii and San
STK V5IJ US.
KltOM S VX i It VMJISCO.
- Monday, Mar. 12
- Thursdii) , Mar. 22
Tuesdii), April :t
Willamette Vallej -Willamette
Willamette Valley -
Sntudiiy, Mar. 17
Tuehdaj , Mar. 27
Hiindii, April 8
This compau.v reserves the light
ciiuugc sailing mucs v niioui nonce.
N. 11. l'lisscngci-s from rortlnnd nnd nil
Wlllaiiii'tte Valley points can make close
connection with the trains of the
YAljriNA ItOUTKut Allmny orClirvallls,
and If destined to San Francisco, should
arrange to an iv e at YiKiulna the evening
befoie date of sailing.
Passenger ami freight Hates Mwavs tbe
Lowest. For liitormatlon nppb to Messrs.
HULMAN A Co.. Krelglit and Ticket
Agents six) and 202 Fixuit st., I'ortland.Or.,
C. C. HOGUi:, Ae't Oen'l Fit. A
1'ass. Agt.,Oiegon 11icltloU.lt. Co.,
C. II. HASWi:i.L,.Ir. Oeu'l Frt; A
Hiss. Agt. Oregon Development
Co., :l Montgomery St.:
San Francisco, Oil.
HORSESHOEING ! !
All the Improved methods of shoeing,
shaping shoos, to cine diseases of the foot
and for thc coi reel Inn of laiilly action, con
tnu Holland lutcrh i lug, used. I giinruutca
satisfaction In all cases, lteier to any well
know n hoisemiiii In Oicgon.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
;XX Commereliil stris't, Salem, Or.
Brick Dental (life
L. S. SKIFF & CO.
NKXT DOOIt TO OlMCHA IIOUSIO, SALKM.
Vilalizcil Air Given for the Painless Extinction of Teeth.
BtSy'I'lu' iH'iwin tiwukt'iisi from it nli'icant ilicani vvltli tin.' iicIiIiik
Also Gold Crowns Skt.
HACKS -:- AND
sj csir'sriuivJ fAnss,
Scrihek -:- exnc :-
IjCapital Lumbering Company!
MAM'KACTl UK IH OK
Every Variety of
Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Fence Posts,
SALEM' .... OREGON,
PH0HIBITI0N COUNTY TICKET.
TIIOR U. M.MIIiI.EH.
T. V. CAMlMlKl.l,,
II. K. KAMI',
l)K. A. (. KINNKY.
.1 O DAHHY,
.1 (.J KHK1UIA11T,
NY I KAY,
Y I HO Ih II HEAD,
V V JOHNSON, '
V T VAN St'OY,
J I) HURST,
V A FOHD,
NY It MA(!KIS,
II. K. Dl'llOTH.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
I'llilll i lo $.1 pel llil.
TJ I E
A line line of luiekH, ImikkU , inrth.eiir
rlnp's, Iiik'UImihi ls. He. Hot li our oun
litulce and the liesl eiistcin made Iiuki1ih.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBJNG and HORSESHOEING.
Cull nn the undersigned, uiutoii and car
rliiL't inalierHiiiid hliiekninlliis, 'Jv .'II'.',
ami !! Coiiiiucri lal hire et.Suleiu.
AMI IllMI.KIIH I.N-