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SALM, OR., TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1SSS.
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UELT, ATTOKNEY AT LAW
(t nitd District Attorney,
UlLiUU ill lAJUlb
BAMSBY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
and Counselors nt Law. Business in
tuo Supremo Court a specialty. fenlem.Or.
3nIIJM0Nl;0HD, ATTORNEY AND
r counselor nt Law. Salem, Oregon.
Ulce, up stairs in 1'atton's block.
SAW & GUEGG, ATTORNEYS AT
, Aiw. Salem. Oregon. Ofllco in Patton's
ockTup stairs over Belt's arugstore.
rT RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
S l.nv OUico over Copltol National
Bank 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
t"w. SI'RIGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.1 sAleni. Oregon. OBlco In England's
fflftk Legal business of all fclnds. Also
both life and flro insurance-
W Salem. Oregon. Ofllco with Tllrnon
Ford, in ration's building. Will practice
in nil tho courts of Oregon. Collections
made Land olllco buslnebs a specialty.
fTlI. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
J Bolor at Law. Salem, Oregon. Having
in abstract of tho records of Jlarlon coun
tv including a lot and block index of Sa-
titles to real estate.
rnroiK. NO. 11. I. O. G. T..
meets every Saturday evening. In their
Veehnd door north of Post OHlce. G.
hall, second door
JM. KMGHT.SCC. II. S. JOBY.W.C.T.
GO) 1. GOODHUE, WOOD DEALER
olllco with Geo. W. Johnson, 235 Com
mercial street. All kinds of wood for sale,
kwedtoany length desired. Cash must
accompany all orders
mintl iron frame Horso Power. Good
for nfl uses, from one to full capacity. All
for tho low price of SCO. call at thoPaclJlo
for tho low price
Cider. Vinegar & Kruit Preserving Com
pany's ollice. Salem. Oregon.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
ery Stable, cornor of Stato and Front
streets, or on slato nt corner Stato and Coin
merclal streets. Prompt attention and
care guaranteed. Twarw
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Kerry nnd State.
HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
shampooing ncuiiy uuuu.
LADD &. BUSH,
Salem, - Oregon.
business In all its branches.
;100, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any pat t of tho city ntlowost living rutos.
l'lea'-o gl o us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
C5-A11 kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and ajsquare
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
93 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
Wi and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
S-The CLEANEST kopt market in tho
uy. uau ana see lor youneir.
McCROW & WILLARD.
9-tio to J. O'Donald's shop on High St.,
Between I'ourt and Stale, Salem, nnd got
oue of J, M. Coulter's patent Improved
Lightest Ladder m&de In Oregon.
H. W. COX,
Has constantly on hand a well seleoted
Boericke & Schreck's
A NEATLY PRINTED GUIDE TO BE
HAD UPON API'LIUATIQJJ.
Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Are the Purest and Best. H. W. COX
--r "w . u(v
iS only authoiiied
jMTTjui eor tne is. &
Salem CorOjoratiYO Association
P. of H.
, and Lard.
AX,L, KINDS OF"
- SALEM, OR.
126 State St.,
ISA. ISA. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shoo on tho alley, opposlto Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
PARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
An kinds of Furniture -made to order.
A full lino of Caskets always on hand.
ESTABLISHED IN 1870.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Applo and Pear
Butter, SVcjt and Cliamjiagno Cider, Cider
SjTup for Minco Meat, Currant Wino of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FEATURE OF 18S3.
For Sweet Cldor, leave orders nt Fac
tory Ofllco, drop a Postal, or seo driver of
our delivery wngon.
Wn keen fMmllon keers nnk ienllon demi
johns that nro loanca 10 customers lor iv
term 01 six any, ah oruurs jiruiujuiy
FOR SALE or RENT!
Well watered and plenty oi timber. Two
houvei and two burn. Good orcliord.
Meadow and ISO aeree plow laud. Fifty
hand of cattle with the place If wnnted.ana
horses oiiough to run it. Within live mile
of depot on the O. O. R. It. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
Real Estate Agents
Buy and sell farms and city property.
A large number of desirable forms and elty
property now oUerlng on reasonable terms.
Write, policies jellnsuranee against fire,
on all elaaaeavof property In-eight reliable
ana wealthy companies.
Will negotiate loan oa real estate or pe.
HSSL ml&t W-PiSftSea
Scientist, nnthropofoglst, physician and
surgeon, will open nn olllco In tho Now
Bank Block, on JIny 1st, for tho treatment
of all diseases of women, and nil other
chronic casos, on strictly hygienic nnd nut-
iiiui imui.'ipii.'s. jicuicai oainx, oxygon ana
electro-magnetism uod. Charges strictly
ESTABLISHED BY NATIOif At AUTHORITY.
Tho Capital Natioual Bank
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, .... 75,000
Surplus, -..-.- 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. JIARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Jlnrtln,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert,
T. McP. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
nblo produce, consigned or In store,
ed or In st(
uuuur in privaio i
Stato and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted nt rcasonablo rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco. Portland. London. Paris, llnrlln.
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to Tho Port Drug.Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEHRATED
FULIj HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ftS-Tho best flvo cent cigar In tho mar
II. W. COX.
100 Stnto Street. Salem.
A. E. STRANG,
No. 303 Commercial Street,
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
rs-Acont for tho RICHARDSON &
ont for tho
BOYNTON COMPANY'S l'urnncos. Es-
tnbllshed in lSl'J.
" Live anil Let Live Paint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
All orders will roeeivo nromnt attention,
Estimates on all kinds of work In our line
cheerfully jrlven. Batuwotlon cuaranteeu.
Shop In Old Court House on Court street,
STOVES AND' TINWARE!
""'Min'g'ami Spffutfog a Specially.
of What tho Woild
THKEE WITHIN A WEEK.
Missouri Pacific Engineer Has n
Hard Hun of Luck.
St. Louis, (Mo.,) April 23. Short
ly before dnrk last evening Richard
Arban mul his daughter Katie, wero
run over and killed by tho "Washing
ton accolinhbdation train of the
Missouri railroad at Big Bend cross
ing, eight miles west of St. Louis.
Arban and his daughter had spent
tho day in St. Louis, shopping, and
were driving home. Two miles
from Kirkwood thcro is a sharp
curve in tho track at that point, and
Arban could not hear tho approach
ing train. Tlios. Cary, tho engin
eer, was only released from jail yes
terday on a heavy bond to answer
tho charge of criminal carelessness
in killing n man last week at How
ard Station, and this was tho llrst
trij) ho made after being released.
Toll l'rom Tho Rigging;.
San Francisco, April 23. Gavin
Duncan, n young sailor on tho Brit
ish ship Bhotan, fell from tho rig
ging to tho deck, a distanco of thir
ty feet, this afternoon and was fatal
ly Injured, and died this evening.
A Cup of Cold Poison,
San Francisco, April 23. Hen
ry H. Llndenburger, 24 years of ago
and a salesman in tho Bancroft pub
lishing house, took poison last night
and died this morning. Ho had
been sick and despondant.
Murderer llroko .lull.
Tacoma, April 23. Martin, tho
murderer sentenced to bo hung on
tho 27th inst., escaped from the
county jail last night, and up to
this hour thcro is no traco of him.
It is rumored tho guard went to
sleep leaving the dooivt open.
Tim r.iupcror'ri Condition.
Biiklin, April 23. Tho bulletin
issued to-day says: "Although the
Emporor was troubled by coughing
last night, ho otherwise passed a tol
erably fair night. His fever is low."
Bulletins issued this evening an
nounce, that tho discharge of pus
continues abundant and that on tho
whole tho Emperor is considered
Pero lljuclnthn'x I.iiU'kI.
St. Louis, April 23. Pero Ilya
cintho is tho latest convert to Bou
langerism. In a sermon yesterday
ho advocated Ciesarlsm, and advised
tho ono man power of control of tho
nation's destiny. Ho was interrupt
ed by n party of tho church. Dr.
Loyson sharply rebuked them,
whereupon they made a demonstra
tion and left tho church in a body.
The Tariff BUI.
Washington, April 23. Tho
committee on ways and means held
a long meeting this morning, but
failed to Unally agreo upon a tarlH'
bill. Tho Itopublican members ask
ed that ton days of flvo hours each
bo sot for tho purpose of debate.
Democratic members hold that a
shortortimo would sulllco If evening
sossions woro huhl.
John M. Gonrin, democratic nom
inee for Congroao, and O. M. Miller
tho prohibition candidate, will ad
drosH tho citizens of Balem on the is
sues of the day, on Thursday, May
10th. Gov. Ponoyor will help Johnny
in tho fight hero, and at other prom
inoiit points. Blugur Ilermaun, the
republican nominee will do his cam
palguluir In his seat in tho hotiso of
representatives looking out for tho
IntorootH of his constituency. The
citlzons of Orogon await with inter
est to hear what cither Mr. Geurin
or Mr. Miller can oiler thut will bo
more valuablo than have tho Borvlcos
of Mr. Hermann.
DlvJn services were broken up In
a church in Berkoloy county, 6. P.,
on Sunday -evening, by a shooting
affair between twdmon. Ono'of the
shootera bod ills brains iriown out,
tho other was arrested and jailed.
T1I12 IIKGIItA WKSTWAKD.
There arrived in this city last
evening three men from "Wisconsin,
who immediately sought tho olllco
of the Oregon Land Co., and at tills
writing they arc out looking over
properties that company has for
sale. They camo by way of Port
land, and while in that citywero
turned in this direction by an
agent of tho above company, who
Is doing efficient service among
land seekers. Theso men from tho
Badger stato say tho train they
eamo in was composed of twenty
passenger cars, all crowded, and
most of tho passengers ticketed
through by tho Switchback road, tp
points on tho Sound. It Is unfortu
nato for tills northwestern realon
that this How of population tends in
that direction, because most of theso
"tourists," as they aro euphemistic
ally called, aro In search of farm
lands, and in Western "Washington
thoy will not bo likely to find what
thoy want. Lumbering, fishing and
mining companies may find that a
good field for exploitation, but for
farmers it is not so well adapted.
Land seekers get out there, look
around and aro disappointed in
their expectation; thoy aro then put
to tho expense of going further, or
thoy return homo and spread a re
port that Is detrimental to our In
terests. Tho Oregon) Immigration
board havo appointed four agents to
bo stationed, ono in Southern Cali
fornia, and another in Puget Sound,
who will labor with theso disap
pointed immigrants, and ply them
with literature betting forth the ad
vantages of Oregon for their guid
ance. A better plan Avould be, how
over, to reach theso men at their
homes, and impress them with tho
opportunities awaiting them in tills
state. The other two agents em
ployed by tho Oregon Immigration
board will bo stationed in St. Paul
and Chicago, in which cities, if they
are alert and enterprising, thoy can
reach thousands of families who aro
ardently becking tho Information
they aro prepared to furnish.
These "Wisconsin men say that
most of the farmers of that state aro
casting their gazo in this direction;
and wliat is true of Wisconsin, is
also truo of Minnesota and Iowa,
and to it measurable extent, of
Kansas, Nebraska, MlsHotni and tho
other agricultural states further wist.
The iniinenfeo foreign Immigration
pouring upon our shores, finds its
way westward; the Germans and
families from tho British Isles buy
farms, and those who aro bought
out and find themselves foot loose,
start out for this favorable sido of
tho continent which lias so long
filled their imaginations. In the
most northern states mentioned
abovo, tho intensely cold wintersde
feat all efl'ort at progress, and dull
tho edge of husbandry.
This brings homo to tho minds of
tho Inhabitants of this valley a
knowledge of tho opportunity that
lies before them, and tho duties
they aro called on to perform. Tho
lesson is advertiso! advertise! ad-
vertlso ! Monoy has been subscribed
by our business men and property
holders, to set forth to people at a
distance the unsurpassed field in
this broad "Willamette valley that
lies opon to them jiu grain and fruit
raising, wool growing, dairying and
every agricultural industry that a
rich soil and propitious climate aro
capable of. Our .manufacturing fa
cilities should also be mi forth, hav
ing water jowor In abundant, fuel
cheap and raw material for almost
Tho time Is favorable to exertion.
The surplus population of Europe Is
flowing to our etustoru shores, hikI
the people of the eastern and central
statoti are following the sUr of
empire in itsprogrotw west. Oregon
has oxtont enough and natural ro
Kourcoti stifllolent to support millions
of prosperous Inhabitants,; Its sur
face Iiuh not been scratched over yet.
Now Is tho time to publish abroad
tho advuntugeM wo havo to oflbr,
and when tho truo condition of
tilings is generally known, It will
cause an Inflow thut will rival the
palmy days of JCmisuh und pull
foriila. In,Galn(vlUoj jc.,Jtho gambling
houses havo been, closed, and tho
Bportlng&jAjnlty axe emigrating to
Artlcln of Incorporation.
, The following articles of incorpo
rations have been filed in the office
of the Secretary of State: Tho Saint
Paul Stock Company, who own real
estato in tho town of St. Paul. Mar
lon county, and to build n hall for
privato or public purposes. Capital
stock foOO In 50 shares. It. Brentano,
Stephen Coleman, It. E. Kirk, J.
E. Kennedy, and others aro tho in
corporators. Tho Stato
Normal School Association of Mon
mouth, Polk county ; to establish
and maintain on institution of learn
ing at Monmouth, tho curriculum
to bo eo-extenslve with tho best col
leges of tho stato; but moro especial
ly for tho establishment of a normal
school at said place. Valuo of prop
erty aggregates ?S0O0, nnd income- is
rents, tuition, gifts, interest and ap
propriations. Incorporators D. "W.
Tnskel, A. B. Griggs, J. B. V. But
ler. l. S. Powell. N. L. HuMor.
Lake View Water Company of Lake
View, to carry on a system of water
works and to sell water to tho in
habitants of Lake View. Capital
stock $5000 in 100 shares. S. V. He
hart, "W. M. Townsend, A. l Snel
llng, l- M. Miller, C. S. Engerand
.leromo Knox aro tho incorporators.
Tho Salem prohibition club held a
meeting last night In tho W. C. T.
U. hall. Tho finance committee
reported all bills In connection with
tho Mills and St. John meetings
paid and a small balance in tho
treasury. Mr. Howell appeared as
adelegato from the newly organized
college prohibition club. Ho was
welcomed and requested to havo his
club practlso music for tho various
public meetings to bo held. It was
recommended that thorequest of the
republican county committee to
make a Joint discussion with their
nominees, throughout tho county bo
accepted. On ballot Messrs. John
Hughes, W. P. Tchnson and A. T.
Yea ton were elected an executive
committee. Adjourned till Monday,
April 30th at 7:30.
Judge It. P. Bolso and wife
returned homo this morning after
several days absence. They went
first to White Sulphur springs, near
Ashland, in hopes of benefiting tho
judge's health and front (here they
went to the Beswiek hot springs, at
lleswlek, Siskiyou county, Cali
fornia. Judge Hoiso returns much
Improved In health, which fact will
bo plei sunt news to his friends.
Kmly Chicago Plely.
"Mamma," said a little Chicago
boy us ho watched a swallow cir
cling high up In the air, "I wish I
was a bird."
"Bad men or boys might put an
end to your Httlo llfo, my son, If you
were a bird."
"Yes, buts'poso I filed too high
for 'em to hit mo with a gun."
"Then some huwk might pounce
on you und curry you oil"."
"Yes, hut H'poso I filed clear uwuy
up, close enough to heaven for God
to reach down and take mo In.
Wouldn't thut bo a good Joko on
tho hawk?" Chicago Tribune.
I'ntertalument at Lincoln.
Tho draiiiutie club of Lincoln will
present tho popular drama "Nevada,
tho Oold King," on Saturday eve
ning, April 28th, at Lincoln hull.
Tho young people composing tills
club huvo hud two or three years'
experience In umuteur theatricals,
and powess some excellent talent.
Wo bespeak for them a full house.
Doors open at 7:.'!0.
Hiifcr I'll ami SUiu.
TI10IIU and Hturut-lining thoee. word
In their literal Hamulus f the nervou
ixple often (rlko the Iwlmldur an hull
emu. The nervea of heurliiK ofHtinli tin
foi luimte are alnfiilly acute, nnd Imping
ed by abrupt, uuexpeutixl iioImm, lead thein
wiiiiutliiiwi to iKjrform Hiitlu worthy of a
JumpliiK-Jiu'k. At the root ofnervouiiiieiui,
In moHt liiktauotw, Ih noiwuulmlltttlon of
the fixid, and continently Innutrition of
tho nurvenun of the other tlmtuen of the
body. Thla prolonged U, of courae, protliiB
tUeof HerloiiH iiervotni dUeate. Therein
edyU Hotttetter'K Htomaoh Hitter, that
Invluoruto tho atomuoh and enable It to
perforin It function pro(ierly. Moon nf
UiroommonoliiK u oourno of It, It will be
found that the nerve grow more tranquil
by day, nightly repo0 become lew later
mpted, and appetite more lgonu aud
oatlifylnH. Theo ure tho Initial iudleo
Uom, followed by the complete restoration
of, nervou vigor. Tho bittern alio eure
fever.anduguo,llvcr complaint and con
I"W1om and accept atl Otftflfr .,....
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