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SALEIVI, OR., WEDNESDAY, MAY O, 1SSS.
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G EO. W. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAV
and District Attorney. Ofllce nt court
TiAMSEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
K, anil Counselors nt law. Business in
the Supremo Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
rnlLMON' FORD, ATTORNEY AND
I Counselor at Law, Bnlem, Oregon.
Office, up stairs In fatton's block.
glUAW & GREGG, ATTORNEYS, AT
I law, Salem, Orcpron. Olllco In Patton's
ock, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
d T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
S Law. OIKco over Cepltol National
lJa'nk, 210 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
TTTmTkaTsER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AV Salem, Oregon. Office with Tllmon
Ford, In ration's building. Will pmctlco
in all tho courts of Oregon. Collections
made Land offlco business a specialty.
PH. D' ARC Y, ATTORNEY AND COUN
isclor at Law, Salem, Oiegon. Having
nn abstract of tho records of Marlon cpun
iv including a lot and block index of fen-
titles to real estate.
Salem Co-Oporativo Association
P. of H.
WM. N. LADUE, -DR.
JOHN MOIR, - -
- - President.
- - - Cashier.
CU'ITAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. O. G. T.,
' meets every Saturday evening, ntbeir
lull second door north of Post Office. G.
JNO. KKIOKT.SCC. II. S. JOBY.W.CT.
Residence for Sale
Willis & Chamberlln hnvo a desirable
houso ond lot, most eligibly located on
iii, ..front, first block north of Court
House, for wile at 51830. A good opportu
nit to secure a homo in a convenient lo-
nod Iron framo Horso Power. Goocl
nanv's office. Salem, Oregon
I uses, from ono to full capacity. All
clow price of $00. call at the Paclllc
Vinegar fc Fruit Preserving Com-
T EAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
I j cry Stable, corner of Stato and I- ront
streets, or on slato at corner Stato and Com
liiercinl streets. Prompt attention and
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
HAVING. HAIR CUTTING AND
A.IiI KINDS OP
ProcLu.ce Bought I
JAMES AITKEN, Manager.
126 State St.,
jVE. TsL. MEAD,
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, Iradon and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially
invited to deixislt md transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and othor property at
reasonablo rates. Insurance on Mien, se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank In
most rcllnblo companies.
ESTAIlLISIinD HV NATIONAL
Capital Paid up,
- - $75,000
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shampooing neatly done.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of tho city at lowest living ratos.
Please givo us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Shon on tho alley, opposite MInto's Llv.
cry Stable, Salem, Or.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - VIce-Presldont.
J. H. ALBERT, .... Coshier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J. H. Albert, ,
T. McF. Putton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In prlvuto granaries or
Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonablo rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
The first street ear in Astoria
Michigan delegates to Chicago arc
instructed for Alger.
Maekay and Food M'ill retire from
the Nevada bank and it will con
Voorhecs apologized to tho senate
for the language used by him in tho
Senator Dolph will report a bill in
n few days looking to tho carrying
lntoeflect of tho new Chinese treaty.
Mrs. .lames Brown Potter's en
gagement in San Francisco was not
a paying one, and she has canceled
tho remaining engagements and
Gen. J. AV. Ewing, disbursing
clerk of the department of Justiee.is
said to bo short in his accounts 9000.
Ho bays examination will straighten
the matter out.
;i Williams Draws a Crowded
Audience Ho Delivers an
The Depot Matter The City Assess
ment. A Saloon Petition.
All kinds of Furniture mndo to order.
A full Hue of Cuskpts always on hand.
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
3AU kinds of fresh and cured moats
always on hand. Full weight and asuuaro
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
08 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
Fresh and Si Meals !
Just Arrived !
THE FINEST LINE OF
And nil kinds of
S AUS AGE
STho CLEANEST kept market In the
city. Call and seo for yourself.
McCKOW & WTLLARD.
A. E. STRANG;
No. 303 Commercial Street,
STOCK FARM '
FOR SALE or RENT!
Well watered and plenty ol timber. Two
houses and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Fifty
head of cattle with tho placo If wanted, and
horses enough to run It. Within Ilvo miles
of depot on tho O. & C. It. R. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to The Tort DrugiCo.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Salkm, May 8, 1SSS.
Thomas J. Mountain, resp. vs.
Multnomah county, Stato of Oregon,
app. Judgment, appealed from
reversed, and the eati'-o remanded to
the circuit court with directions to
dismiss tho writ. Opinion bv
Tl layer J.
G. It. Chrisman. resn. vs. The
Stato Insurance Co., of Salem, Or.,
app., appeal from Lane Co. Judg
ment of tho lower coin;t reversed
and a new trial ordered. Opinion
Motion for rehearing granted in
the case of F. P. Ilombreo et. al. vs.
E. Ij. Peckman ct. al., appeal from
Motion for rehearing granted In
the caso of "W. N. Northrup et. al.
vs. P. A. Marquam, appeal from
Jessie Sovcrn, administratorof tho
estate ot Johanna Goodchild, app.
vs. b. M. oran, resp., nppeal from
Lane Co. Judgment of the lower
court afllrmcd. Opinion by Lord
EVER IN SALEM.
Full line of Centemorl Kid Gloves Just
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbinff, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
Xf Agent for tho RICH
JiUYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaeeg.
tabllthed in 18 W.
l3fi acres, nr l'rofeet hill, 7 nittcc, by
Stood road, from Salem, UfMra In enltt
atlon, balance In timber. Well watered,
good tlOOOuoMceofSroQMM. wodewlebaro,
well at the door; allftneed and a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen aerae seeded to
pasture gran, and OT acre In gmta. INir-
ibaer con have liberal terms to harreat
PWCE $4000, TIME GIVEN.
Come rbtht to U AM-in and save agent
J. P, ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Itabertaon, nt .
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
AGBNOY FOR THK CELEBRATED
I'ULL HAVANA KILLKR
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
OB-Tlie best five cent elgar In the mar-
K. W. COX,
100 State Street. Salem.
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
ML Commercial Street
Eatt Side Liberty, oppjOpera Hmmc
S. 13. WATKIN8, -i- Prop.
AV- Mta at all Immiw, rpmn (e to S5c -a
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Hoodie tri SpMtiig i Sfwttiiy.
VAttlM old euitd of Ben. Btraif. Oaw-
Btteiitkit, antliropotagUt, nhyilobiii and
auiwiaa, will onen an 4Hoe In Ue New
iMIlk Itloek. on Hal- 1L for tlu liwlincut
of all dlteaaw of women, and all other
hrotile cmm, on trlctlr hyatenleaiul nat
Ufll ixiiMljiles. Medical batba, oxygen and
emifOHnacneUaiii oeed. Charge itrletly
Moiterate. Addrea box 176,Hadeui, Oregon.
Xolloe to AJu'rllscrs.
"Wooflbr to our nicrelmnts and
business men generally, an opportu
nity during the next three weeks,
of reaching every citizen of Marlon
and Polk counties through tho me
dium of (ho Wukkly Capital
Journal. AVo do not claim that
every citizen in these counties are
on our subscription list, but wo do
claim that wo Intend to send our
weelqy to every resident, and that
too for our own benefit. So take ad
vantage of this rare opportunity and
bring in your notices Immediately.
No advance in advertising rates.
Jolinny Iloolh Shiipnl.
Tho Ilrltish ship, Aigburth, dipt.
Dowling, clears from Portland to
day, bound for Queonstown. Aboard
of lier, as ships-apprentice, is John
ny Booth, son of Jno. Booth of this
city. Johnny was shipped by ids
father, in hopes that a &on voyage,
boforo tho mast, would have a ten
dency to bring him to consider tho
stem realities of life, and perhaps to
mold ids character into that of a
bottomum. lie will probably go
from Queonstown to Australia.
' - '
You cannot atlbrd to wasto tlmo
in oxporhnonting when your lungs
aro in dunge. ConBiimptinu ulvnyn
scorns nt ilrst only a cold, Do not
admit any doalor to impose upon
you with somo cheap imitation of
I)r, King's Now Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds, but bo
suro you gut the genuine. Jiccauso
ho can mako moro profit ho may
tell you lie bus sometling Just hh
good, orjiiat tho wimo. Don't lie
(lowilved, but inalt upon getting Dr.
King's iitiw Discovery, wliioh la
gmmtewl to givo relief in all thnrnt.
I ii uk and cutMt afibctiouH. Trial
bottle free at II. "W. Cox's tlrug
store. Iitrgo littles $1.
Judge "Williams' able and Interest
ing talk last evening was listened to
by a full house, and although he
devoted a good share of his attention
to the tnriir question, still he dished
up his ligures with more attractive
ness than tho talker of the previous
evening, and thus succeeded In re
taining his audience to tho end.
Senator Slater so moved his hearers
with his numerical statements that
iviiuii ne cot inroiurli thorn wna
hardly anybody left.
Judge Williams believes In pro
tection to American industry, and
drew a vivid contrast between tho
comfort of tho homo workman, and
tho want and sutleringof tho pauper
labor of Europe. Tho Mills bill,
now before congress, is designed to
throw down tho fiscal barricade
erected to check tho inflow of
foreign products, and itis insidiously
designed to aid the north at tho
expense of the south. "Wool is to bo
admitted free of tax, while the im
port on sugar remains untouched.
So with other northern products.
Lumber, timber, oats, potatoes and
other farm products nro to bo placed
on tho free list, while the duty on
rice, almonds, lemons and other
products of the south is to remain
untouched. Tho object of tho re
publican party is to build up nianu
fiiclures by tho side of th'o grain
Held, and furnish a homo market to
tho farmer; while tho democrats, by
admitting free imports, would make
Europe tho workshop for this
country, and reduce our native
workman to a lovel with his under
paid foreign rival.
Tho speaker then gave tho cold
water party a friendly tilt. J To
avowed himself. In sympathy with
thoir aim, hut ho could not approve
tho method thoy pursued. There
wero other forms of intemperance
beside that of strong drink. Ilo
(tho speaker) drank neither tea nor
cotlee, but lie took a glass of claret
with his dinner. Deeauso of this
linbit it was not courteous or just to
denounce him as a wino-biblcr and
a bad citizen, and to hedge around
ills personal freedom by tho passage
of repressive laws. Thoro was no
need for tho third party, it could not
elect its candidates and it only con
Coming down to tho candidates
for olllce, ho commended tho zeal of
Dinger Hermann in congress and
urged his support on his hearers.
Judge Lord had earned an lionoi
ablo record on tho bench, and lie
certainly was deserving of re
election. Tho judge closed his address with
an eloquont peroration, which
elicited a hearty burst of applause.
Tho city council met last night,
and after reading tho minutes, bills
against tho city amounting to $700.30
wero ordered paid.
An unfavorable report was receiv
ed and adopted in the North Com
mercial street bridge matter; also in
matter of request for a bridge across
Mill creek on Mill street.
Tho mayor submitted a report in
regard to tho tlepot matter. Said
that the ground could bo secured nt
Court street for$o200, and that tho
street could be vacated, also that the
old depot grounds could bo secured
to tho railroad company without
any money expenditure. A telo
gram was read from Mr. Koehlor,
in which ho accedes to tho mayor's
suggestion regarding tho size of tho
pint, but In which he says ho must
still require tho bond. Tho wholo
matter was then left to the mayor
to uring before the people as he saw
Tho city attorney reported that
H. S. AVutlaco had paid his delin
quent tnxc, and that tho mutter
had been settled.
Decorder Strickler submitted tho
assessment roll of tho city for 18SS,
which amounts to $1,0!!8,8S!1, and
tho same was referred to the com
mittee on ways and means, to whom
aro also referred all applications for
revision of tho list.
On motion thostreetcommisslouer
was Instructed to have tho two tanks
now standing outside "Wlllson ave
nue removed by tho parties who
placed them there.
The codification of tho city laws
was referred to the mayor for ex
amination. A petition was presented from tho
saloon keepers of tho city asking
that drug stores and restaurants bo
compelled to pay liquor llconses, or
ciso that tho laws bo repealed which
compel saloons to pay liconso; also
asking tho ropealof tlioSunday laws
or their enforcement ngnlnst tho
drug stoics and restaurants. Tho
petition was referred to tho com
mittee on licenses.
Two buy iiiaren, one 3 )uur and ll' oili
er S yean old. One branded M. and mir u
reverted I. with a f made by aliiu hlnx I In
cui-m-Ui the ularruf thi' I- Keluru (li.ni,
or wnd Information to A Hlruug,
County ooinintalonerw court in
heenlon to-dy. Deride auditing
large number of bills, a llquocjioeiiee
wm gmntwl A. Jot to, Sr., of CIiuiii-
j Governor Pennoyer turned over
$18,i21.5o which lie had Jiwt wi-lv-i-ri
from WttMbliiutoii, that lx-iiiir Or
t'goii'a alinre of the net prixxvib. of
the government lm,(i hM in tlu
mUU tor the itaeal year 'm-'Wt, to i
State Trejuturvr Webb thU morning
Wiujn you seen little cotorlo of
marsupials with their heads quietly
together in a corner of thoir cage, It
is safe to conclude thoy aro hatching
mlsclilef, and n vigorous Stirling up
with a long polo will put a sudden
quietus to tho plot. Tho animals
will scattoriu agrcatragonndgunsli
thoir teetli at tho tormentor; but
thoy can do no harm, and to watch
thoir antics Is as good as a play.
This publication of the dolluquont
tax list at a price four (linos moro
than it is worth suggestion hole mid
corner arrangement, and the intru
sion of TlIIlCAl'ITAL JouitNAi, into
tho biislnctts acts like tho introduc
tion of a sharp stick in spoiling the
Following is tho list of letters re
maining in the postotllce, at Salem,
Oregon, May 0, 1888. Parties call
ing for them will plenso say "ad
vertised:" All letters published us non-delivered
will bo charged with one
cent In addition to tho regular
Anderson, M Mrs Ashball, D
I lean, Usear
Bruce, Geo 11-2
Brown, A .J
Tkr IJailh KxbalM I'olMn.
Tlw air In loMtlllle wliore vegetation, rot
ted by frexlieU, la laid Iwre to the min'n
raye by the retiring flood. .Million of
itfliwreaerea, In the vicinity of the great
trlbuUrteJi of I1m Mlabjlil and Mlanourl
IntlieHoutli and Hmitli-weat, give forth
tliU fever-laden inlaninatk! vaor, dlaeml
naiiiig malarial (lentllenoe broadiwet. Xot
only throughout the great Went, but wher
ever hi ttibj continent fever auil ague
make lb fiertodlc iiearanee and what
locality W wholly exmit from lit llim
tetter'i HUnnaeh I II Item la tlie reoognlwMl
defense, the moat highly acoHalld aud (too-
uiar ineaiut of rare. Fever and ague, bit-
loiin remittent, dumb ague and ague cake
ur- rrudluuted by It. Nor U It Im (MHeut
win u iim l to remoM' iomttliiciioii, liver
iiiilaint mid il Mla, klilm- li.ublaa
iii'rM.uMi.'M iikI rhrmiutlli ullin. ni. Uae
It upon the unit appearsttoe of theae trou
tilea, and with iieralatenee
Ensign, J E
JoH'orson, .1 A
Mooro, B 0
Clark McCIauaham, II
J'orhum, J It
Smith, Mrs Dan
White, J M
Brown, U It
Chittenden, I II
Ensign, U Ij
Joliuson, A C
Ijimdor, A L
Murphy. O W
Taylor, II W
Zllls, C V
W. II. Odiu.l, P. M.
I'unernl of Clian. Swe-le.
Tlio body of tho Into Chag. Swegle
loft Walla Walla thl morning, and
will arrive hero on to-morrow morn
ing's train. It will betaken from
tho Oregon &, California depot, di
rect to tho Odd Follow' cemetery,
where brief funeral uervlfeu will 1h
conducted by Hev. P. S. Knight.
The Joukkal utatod that Dr.
Holme and wife hihI Mr. Bellu
went to WhIIh WhIIh, wliloli wa n
error. Dr. uudMii. HolmeaHtHrtitl
for AVullft AVullu, but before reach
ing Portland they received tele
gmm to return here mid iiwku
HrrHiigenient for the funeotl. It 1
likely the xUemUuioe at Uie fiineral
UHJiiorrow will be very Urge, u Mr.
rJwegle hntl h very Urge circle of