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SALEM, OR., TTLJKSDAY, MAY S, 18SS.
EO. W. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
and District Attorney. Offlco nt court
HaJISEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
K, and Counselors at Law. Bus ness in
the Supremo Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
mlLMON FORD. ATTORNEY AND
I Counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon.
'Office, up stairs lrfPatton's block.
r HAW & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
S Law, Salem, Oreson. Office in Patton's
block, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
-i T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY' AT
S Law. OlUce over Capitol National
Sank, 249 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
l-VrM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT 'LAW,
VV Salem, Oregon. OHlco with Tilmon
Ford, in Patton'sTjuildlng. Will practico
in nil the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land offlco business a specialty.
tv including a lot and block index of Sa
lei'n, ho has special facilities for examining
t itles to real estate.
CAPITAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. O. G. T.,
(J meets every Saturday evening, in their
hnll second door north of Post Office. G.
jso. KNioirP.Scc. H. S. JORY.W.CT.
Residence for Sale,
Willis & Chambcrlln have a desirable
house- and lot. most eligibly located on
wish street, llrst block north of Court
House, for salo at SliSO. A good opportu.
ntty to isecure a uomc in a conv
jt - - ,
' . .... .. 1.n.-.-n I., n iwltirfinif
A good iron framo Horso Power. Good
for all uses, from ono to full capacity. All
for the low price of SCO. call at the Pacific
Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving Com
pany's office. Salem, Oregon.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
cry Stable, corner of Stato and Front
streets, or on slate at corner State and Com
merclal streets. Prompt attention and
care guaranteed. .
SALEOVE 13 ATI-IS.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor,
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
Shampooing niamy uuuu.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
riUOICE STEAKS & OTHER JIEATS
i constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of tho city at lowest living rates.
Pleaso give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C, Howard, Proprietor,
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
8-AU kinds of frosh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and asquaro
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
3 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
tell and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
9-Tue CLEANEST kept markot In tho
city. Call and seo for youtolf.
McCUOW & WILLARD.
A.. EX STRANG,
No. !)M Commercial Street,
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Hiding.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
JSOP A cant
llOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaaes,
tabllthed In 1SW.
a good road, from Salsro, lit seres In eultl
vatioit, balance lu Urobar. Wall watered,
good tlOOObOHMorSrooHM, moderate barn,
well at the door; all rented and a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen aerea seeded to
pture . and ST aeras In groin. Pur
chaser can hare llbewl terms to harvest
PRICE 1000, TIME GIVEN.
Ooe right to tbefcrm awl agent's
A. J. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Itoberteou, at
the Grange Store.
Salem Co-Operative Association
V. of H.
JAMES AITKEN, Manager.
126 State St., -
3VI. M. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on tho nllcy, opposlto junto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
FARRAIt'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
Alt kinds of Furniture mado to order.
A full lino of Caskets always on hand.
Just Arrived !
THE FINEST LINE OF
EVER IN SALEM.
Full lino of Centomorl Kid Glovos jubt
Specialties in Fruits
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunw,
Imported German Prunes,
301, CommereJal Street
STOVES AND TINWARE !
riwfiig aid Spwiisj a SfMhKy.
-AtthoW stand erf Uu.atraBC Own-
First National Bank
WM. N. LADUE, President.
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vieo President.
JOHN JIOIR, - - Cashier.
Exchango on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. Stato, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
invited to deposit unci transact business
with us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops and other properly at
reasonable rates. Insuranco on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank in
most reliable companies.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHOKITV.
Capital Paid up,
- - $75,000
Surplus, - -
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. H. ALBERT, .... Cnshtqr.
"W.T.Gray, AV. W. Martin, -v
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert, f
T. JUcF. ratten:
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store?
either in private granaries or
Slafo and County Warrants Bought at -Par.
Discounted nt reatohnblo ratos. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco. Portland. London. Paris. Borlln.
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
FOR SALEor RENT !
Well watered and plenty ol timber. Two
housos and two barns. Good orchaid.
Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Fifty
head of cattlo with tho placo if wanted, and
horsos onougli to run It. Within llvo miles
of depot on the O. & C. It. It. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal,
H. W. COX,
(Successor to Tho Port Drug;Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prcscriplions and Family
AGENCY FOR THIS OUl.KIHtATKD
I-'OIil. HAVANA KILL1SU
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
COUThe bmt five cent cigar lu the mar-
II. W. COX,
100 Btnte Street. Salem.
East Side Llbwty, opp.iOpwa Houm,
S. B, WATKIN8, -i- Prop.
49MeHki at all hour, from Bo to Xo-'Ga
Se(ntlet, anthropologist, phynteUtn and
aurveon. win onen an
ltank Illook. on Slav Int. for the treatment
mi open an omoe in iiw new
of all dUaafiee of women, and all other
eurontc cm a, on atrlctly hyfrlenteand nat
ural principle. Medical batbit.oxygen and
eleetro-iiiagneUNm ueed. Charges atrlctly
moderate. Addreu box 17a,Haim, Oregon.
Two bay maraa, one t yeai and tlu otli
r yearn old. One branded H, and one a
revived I, with a I' made b attaching the
aurva totbBatairorUie L. Ileuirn them.
or sand Jnlormatkm to A. wrong,
stay a, am.
The Capital National Ban
of Wlial the
Geological Surveyors Start for Ore
gon, California ami Montana.
Washington, May 7. Professor
H. D. Thompson, of tho geological
survey, left lust night for tho Pacific
slope. Ho said before storting that
three parties go to tho gold belt of
California, under tho direction of II.
N. Wilson ; two to tho Cascades
mountains, In Southern Oregon, un
der W. T. Griswold, with Eugene
Rickseeker, and threo to Montana,
under E. L. Douglass.
Those parties aro compelled to
start nt an early dato In order to
finish tho work of trinngulalion be
fore tho summer haze sets in. They
will have that done by July llrst,
and tho time from then to tho mid
dlo of November will bo devoted to
topography and Working out tho do
tails of tho triungulatlon.
Tho county charts of California
are on a scalo of two miles to tho
inch, and of Oregon and Montana,
four miles to tho inch. Tho Califor
nia parties will cover about 2000
miles each, and tho Oregon and
Montana parties from (5000 to 4000.
London, May 7. Tho Prince of
Wales received a dispatch from Ror
lin late last night stating that
Emperor Frederick was much worse
and rapidly sinking.
l'rovett'H Second Trial.
HoLiiisTrju, May 7. Tho second
trial of Prowett, who killed Dr. A.
D. Powers in Bear Valley in 1885,
was commenced at Salinas to-day.
Another jr. l'.'s l?nte,
DuiiLiN, May 7. Joseph Condon,
M. P., was to-day sentenced to a
fort-night's imprisonment for citing
Sonntor Etlnunuls hns subinlttcil
an unravorablo majority report on
Rayard's fishery treaty.
Secrotary Vilas hns transmitted
tho reports of Chas. Shackelford,
special svnmp land agent, In regard
to lands in tho Klamath basin.
yesterday without division. Sena
tor Mitchell of Oregon and Toller
spoke against tho ratillcation.
Tho river and harbor bill hns
passed tho house, and Oregon's sen
ators will try and increase tho
appropriations in tho senate.
Indians in tho Northwest territory
aro said to bo dying of starvation,
and ninny eases of cannibalism nro
reported by a missionary.
The old Jlrm of "Win. T. Coloninn
and Co., of San Francisco, which
dates back to 1840, has assigned.
Tho business of tho linn, it is said,
amounted to fully $11,000,000 ovory
year. Aseete said to bo from 4 to 4 j
millions, and liabilities in excess of
2 millions of dollars.
Miae Auulo AldoiMu, a bright
and accomplished gmdtmte from the
I&tit Snlem school, has an appoint
ment to (each in a town near Port
land, and started this morning to
enter on htJr duties.
Tbe Bsitii Uxbalw 1'oltuii.
The ulr In loealttie wliore vegetatloi rot
ted by freahete, ia laid bare U the aun'a
ray by the retiring rUxxl. lllllloua or
Mjiwre aerea, In the iclnlty of the great
tributmiea of the Miwdaalppi and Mlaaouii
inth9milli and Houth-weat, give forth
thla fvei4adeu nibMinatlo vaor, dlaaeiui
natlnK malarial iieetllenue bnaMluaat. Not
only throughout tho great Went, but whe
ever on thin eonUnent fever and ague
make Ite ierkKllc apearaioa and what
locality U wlully exempt from itT lint
tettara Stomaeh ItlMen I tle reoiilod
defoe, the moat highly aeeredld and liop-
ular means of cure. Fever and ague, bil
ious reinitteut. dumb ague mid ague eake
are eradicated by It. Nor is it less latent
when used to remove oiuttliatlon, IIvit
oumpialnl and dyspepsia, kidney trouhliv
nervtmiHH(Miid rlteuiiiatloalliiu-uu. tsv
it upon tbe flnrt aiearanM of these trou
bles, and with persistence.
TIIK XATlOXAIi UUAKI).
Col. M. F. Freeman, T. G., O. X.
G., Is In tho city.
Chas. J. Howard, second lieuten
ant ofC Co., 2nd regt., O. N. G., at
Eugene, has resigned. It is under
dcrstood that ho will bo married
Col. J. T. Rowdltch, J. A. G., and
Lieut. Col. Robert A. Miller, A. D.
C, O. N. G., have each boon renom
inated by tho democrats for tho leg
islature in Jackson county.
Following is tho score made at tho
first target shoot of I Co., 2nd regt.,
at Macleay on Saturday last.
Capt A Gesncr a 4 4 4 410
1st Lieut D Craig 4 3 4 4 41!)
2d Lieut John Estes-3 4 4 5 010
Serg't C Simeral ,4 J5 4 4 520
" Wm Taylor 4 4 4 4 C 20
" ChSappingileld--4 4 4 4 !5 10
Corpllerrick 5 4 4 4 522
" J Kays 4 44 4310
" White- 0 3 4 4 314
Rrowor 4 4 4 3 318
Culver ....4 4 4 4 311)
II Craig 4 4 3 3 4 IS
J Craitr 4 4 4 4 420
Davidson 3 2 3 3 213
O Eoff 4 4 3.4 410
O Glover 5 4 3 4 810
Glover.. 4 3 3 4 317
Jones 3 2 0 2 411
N Germain 4 4 4 4 310
U Lehman 4 4 4 4 420
RRamsden 4 4 5 3 420
C Ranisdon- .4 4 3 4 410
Short 4 3 4 3 317
Stage .4 4 4 4 s 10
Savago () 4 4 2 318
Thompson 0 0 3 4 411
A Taylor 4 4 3 3 418
Wnnless ..3 4 4 3 210
Tho medal was awarded to Corp.
Hcrrick. This was tho boys' llrst
regular practice, but very few of
them ever having shot tho guns
Is Consumption IiuMiratik?
Read tho follewing: Mr. C. II.
Morris, Nownrk, Ark., says: "Was
down witli abscess of lungs, and
friends and physicians pronounced
moan Incurable consumptive. Re
gan taking Dr. King's Now Discov
ery for consumption, am now on my
third bottle, and able to ovorseo tho
work of my farm. It is tho finest
medicine over made."
Jesso Middlowart, Decatur, Ohio
says: "iiatl it not been lor I Jr.
King's now discovery for consumpt
ion I would have died of lung troub
les. Was given up by doctors. Am
now in the host of health." Try it.
Sample bottles free at II. V. Cox's
Indications aro tliat tho, concert
to bo given by Miss Franklo P.
Jones, tho program of which appears
in another column, will bo very
largely attended, anil it well deserves
tho attendance of ovory lover of
good music. Tho array of talent
that is hilled to appear Is such that
tiio entertainment cannot help being
simply a grand musical ad'alr. Only
a few reserved seals left, and persons
wanting those should not waste
time in getting thorn.
Bai.UM, May 7, '68.
Motion to dismliM appeal was
allowed in tho matter of A. Rush,
appellant, vs. August Glesy, respon
dent, appeal from Marlon county.
Jolian Paulson, et al. appellants,
appeal from Multnomah county,
argued and submitted. Geo. II.
"Williams and S. R. Llnthlcum
attorneys for respondent. W. If.
Adanuaud A. 11. Tanner attorneys
siiioriita Ct li-Cui.
The only guaranteed cure for
catarrh, wild in the head, hay fever,
roc cold, catarrhal deafness und
gore eyes. Restored the itense of lusle
and unpleasant breath, regult'lug
from catarrh. Easy and pleaaunt to
use. Follow directions and a cure la
warranted, by all drudst. Send
for circular to AbletJne Medical
Company, Orovllle, Cul, Blx
months' treatment for fl; sent by
mail, 11.10, For sale by I). W.
Matthews & Co., 100 Stato St., Salem.
A Pine Mit of Dried I'rulU.
Dried nectarine, peaches, apri
cots, iwam, apple, blackberries,
prunes, pluuui, otu., etc. The Hunt
ever brought Into this market at S.
Farrar & Co'ij.
Henry Hall is down with erysip
elas again and Is having u severe
time of it.
m Crops aro looking very lino in this
locality. Tho recent talus havo been
of great benefit to gardens ami
Fishing stories aro in order now,
and so far Undo Ash takes tho bak
ery, though Daisy claims tho girl
behind tho counter,
Mrs. Layman, wlfo of Hon Sam
uel Layman, is quitosleknt presold.
Her imiltitudo of friends aro anxious
for her speedy recovery.
Mrs. Wade, wife or F. II. Wade,
president or tho new national bank
ofTaconm, is visiting her sisters,
Mrs. Settleinler and Mrs. Slalgor.
Newt Dodd has been very sick
with mumps but is some better now.
Newt is a rustler and It Is hard for
him to remain In bed and keep
Mrs. "W. L. T00.0 entertained her
young friends last Wednesday eve
ning. Dancing and luncheon wore
tho order and all had a most enjoy
Mr. Richard Wells, traveling man
ager for tho North-wost Fire & Ma
rino Ins. Co., was In town this week.
Rumor says ho Is trying to form a
company of his own.
Fred Provost, formerly of this place,
now with Foster & Robertson of
Portland, emtio up to spend Sunday.
Wo always welcome Fred, but out
voting postmaster looks sour.
Quito a number intend going to
Salem to hear iron. Geo. U. Wil
liams next Tuesday night. Ho has
many ardent admirers hero who
consider hint tho ablest speaker on
Wilson &Co. havo moved to their
new store and Mr. Ware Is so proud
that ho will hardly notice the rest
of us. They haven lino stock and
any ono needing furniture should
glvo them a call.
Tho finance committee lmvo suc
ceeded in raising sufllciont funds to
celebrate in good stylo on the 4th.
Woodburn has never celebrated at
homo before but her people don't do
things by halves, so all can expect
a good time. Mr. Scott hns promis
ed to run excursion trains both ways
to accommodate the people from St
Paul and Sllverton.
WooDimiiN, May 7.
Charley Bvfj,'li-' HkiiI.
Chas. Swegle, well known horo,
and lu Marion county, of which ho
was n resident for a number of years,
died at his homo near Walla Walla,
at tho ago of OS years. Mr, Swegle
camo to Oregon in 18-15. Mr. Swegle
leaves a wife, and sevoral sons and
daughters, among whom are Mrs.
H. S. Rollo and Mrs. Dr. H. It.
Holmes ol" this city, who with Dr.
Holmes started for Walla Walla
this morning. Mr. Swegle leavosa
groat deal of property in this county
The proprietor of Santlo Abie
havo authorized I). V. Matthow &
Co. to refund your money If, after
giving this Calirornla king of cough
cures u fair trial as directed, It falls
to give satisfaction for tho cure of
coughs, croup, whooping cough and
all throat and lung troubles. When
the disease allccts the head, and as
sumes the form of catarrh, nothing
is so cflectlvo as California cat-r-cure.
These preparations are without
equals its household remedies. Sold
at $1 00 a package. Throe for $2.60.
An AUolule Cure.
The ORIGINAL ARiETINK
OINTMENT is only put up lu large
twiHiunce (in boxes, and is un
alMolute euro for old sore, burns,
wounds, ohnppod hands, and all
skin eruption. Will positively
cure all kinds of pile. Ak for the
ORIGINAL AIJIIOTNE OINT
MENT. Sold bylJ. AV. Matthews
A Co,, 100 State street, Saloin, ut 25
caul per boxby mall 30 cent.
nurkitus Arnica Sairr.
The best salvo In the world for
outs, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblain, corns, and all skin erujv
tions, and positively cures plies, or
no sty required. It Is guaranteed
to give jwrfect sntJsfitctiou, or money
refunded. Price 26 cent per box.
For sale by Dr. II. W. Cox.