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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY,' MAY lO, 1SSS.
- ... ,ittT iwnnXRY AT LAAV
Gnnd District Attorney. Olllce at court
VMSBY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
Aji" ..,. , tjiw. Iluslnes9 In
&&Sc5StX sanity. Snlcm, Or.
3 -lit VON FOUD, ATTORNEY AWJJ
ttunselor t 'Law,, Salem, Oregon,
lftm stnlrsjn ration's block.
gTrvW A GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
ftw 4lcm, Oregon. Office In Patton's
L.KS StaSovor Ws drug store.
r TtlCIIAItDSON, ATTORNEY AT
T. B1W""'" ..J nnnltr.1 Tint nnnl
IAW. "L" ii oTrXI S mfi
ziy Lioiiiiiii1. KJ..V.W., F
Wv KAISER. ATTORNEY AT IjAW,
Kalem Oregon. Office with Tllmon
Fom in r "ttonulldlng. Will practice
m all "lie courts of Oregon. Collections
5n Tjind olllco business a specialty.
tt, H D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
P sclor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
A, ;,bstract of tho records of Marlon coun
?v including a lot and block index of Sa
!?'.ln,? suecial facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
CvriTAL LODUli, ru. 11, i. w. " -y
ineets every SatuVday evening, nthelr
toll, second door north of ft; vlcTG
Jsu. Knight, Sec., II. S.Jon,.ui.
Residence for Sale.
Willis A Chamberliu have n desirable-hou-o
and lot, most eligibly located on
tin street, 1 rst block north of Court
Hoi e, for sale at S1850.-A good opportn
nlty to secure a homo hi a convenient lo
cation. For Sale-
A good iron iramu uuiu .....
for nil uses, from one to full capacity. All
for tho low price of SCO. call at tho l'ncllle.
rider Vinegar & Fruit Preserving Com-
pany's office. Salem. Oregon
r E WE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
j cry Stable, comer of Stato and ront
streets, or on slito nt comer Stato and Coin
mcVciiu streets. Prompt attention and
care guaranteed. A nENS0N,
SALEM 13 ATMS.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
HAVING, HAIR CUTT1JNU AJMU
Shampooing neaiiy uuue.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rates.
Please give us your patronage.
D, C. Howard, Proprietor,
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
3-All kinds of fresh and cured meats
.always on hand. Full weight and njsquare
deal all around.
The SALEM- MARKET
08 COURT STREET.
Coustantly on hand the best quality of
Mi and Si Meals !
And all kinds of
3-The CLEANEST kept market in the
city. Call and seo-for yourself.
McCROW & AVILLARD.
A. K. STRANG,
No. 303 Commercial Street,
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal VYork
f Agent Tor tho iuuuamuw
IIOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces.
wunstied in 1819.
10RK nerw, near Prospeet hill, 7 miles, by
a good road, from Salem, lUneree In culti
vation, balance in Umber. Well watered,
Reed S100O house or 8 rooms, modwutebarn,
well at the door ; uH feneed and a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen aerea seeded to
Pture gross, and OT aerea In grata. Pur
chaser can lmve liberal terms to liarvt
PRICE frlOOO, TIME GIVEN.
Coma right to the farm and my amt'
J, P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, t
the Orange Store.
Salem Co-Oporativo Association
P. of H.
A.IL, KINDS OPT
JAMES AITKEN, Manager.
126 State St..
VI. 3VL mead,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on tho alley, opposlto Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
Ah kinds of Furulturo made to order.
A full lino of Caskets always on hand.
Just Arrived !
TUB FINEST LINE OF
EVER IN SALEM.
Full lino of Centemerl Kid Gloves Just
' CHAS. CALVERT,
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
301. Oomm&retal Street
STOVES AND TINWARE I
ltwil&g atd SfMiiag a SpwUUy.
-At Uw oM MaiMl of Ben. HUma. Com
MilliQcry and Fancy Goods
Specialties in Fruits
First National Bank
"VVM. N. LARUE, -DR.
JOHN MOIR, -
- - Presldont,
- - - Cashier.
Exclmngoon Portland, Sun Francisco,!
New York, London and Hong Kongj
bought anil sold. State, County and City j
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
invited to deposit mid transact business I
with us. Liberal ndvunces mado on i
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property nt
reasonaDio rates. Insurance on such so- r
curlty can bo obtained nt the' bank In ;
most reliable companies.
Capital Paid up,
- - $75,000
- - 9,500
us, - - - - -
R. S. WALLACE, - . President,
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cashier,
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albort,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market-
able produce, consigned or hi store,
either in private, granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at rcasonabio rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Sail
Francisco, Portland, Loudon, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
FOR SALE or RENT I
Well watered and plenty ot timber. Two
houses and two burns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Fifty
head of cattlo with tho place If wanted, nnd
horses enough to run it. Within flvo miles
of depot on tho O. & U. R. R. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to Tho Port Drug;Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drags and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CEMSHRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ttjuTho best five wmt cigar lu the mar
ket. H. W. COX,
100 Stato Street, Salem.
,Eajt Side Liberty, opp.iOpera Home,
S. 13. WATK1NS, -i- Prop,
SSr XIwils at all hour, from Go to c. ?A
SoJentUt, anthropologist, physlcbin and
vuntfan, will opn mi ollloo In the ew
I tunic Illoclt, on JIhj- Jot, for th treatment
of nil dUeuMM of women, mid nil other
ohronle oumm, on eliielly lyKliilanil nat
ural principle. MedleMllwtlu), oxygen and
eieetitMnagiietism uced. CtutrKW Ktrletlr
Two bo)' autre, one S yean and the oth
er yean old. One branded H. and one a
revwsod U With a V made by attarhinx tin
MrTt0tlielafrf the U Iteluru them.
or Mad Information lu X. Mlrowg,
Sfay . iSST
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTIIOIUTyJ
TmPninln Mniiminl Rmili
lllUl( JIUllMltlU ( ucuin
TheW. C. T. U.
Eugene City, May fl.
En. Journal. Tho exeeutlvo
committee of tho Womcn'sChristlan
Temperance Union of Oregon met
on Tuesday morning in tho M. E.
church at Eugene anil perfected ar
ticles of Incorporation for that body,
In order to enable them to hold the
property invested In the Industrial
HomeJ in Portland.and other prop
erty. They also did such other bus
iness as cmo before them. The even
ing meeting was open to the pub
lic and was the ilrst meeting of tho
Convention. Mrs. AV. E. Edwards
of Newberg gave tho scripture read
ing, Rev. Wire mado tho opening
prayer and Mrs. Anna II. Riggs,
state president, gave an address.
The work of the convention was be
gun on Wednesday, Mrs. Riggs in
the chair. All the chief officers
were present. Tho superintendents
of departments wero many of them
1 absent. Tho committee on creden
tials was then elected, and tho prcs-
1 ident was instructed to appoint tho
remaining committees, which I will
send you at a future time.
Tho reports of Correspon
ding Secretary Mrs. Relle W.
Cooke, nnd treasurer E. Irvine, wero
then presented to the union. The
afternoon session was taken up with
Reports from absent superintendents,
Which wero read by tho recording
Secretary, It. M. Robb. Then fol
lowed a mother's meeting, presided
over by Mrs. M. E. Edwards of New
berg. All the meetings of tho con
vention aro prefaced by devotional
mcetings,prcsldcd over by tho super
intendent of evangelical work,M. E.
Notice to Advertisers.
VooUbr to our merchants and
business men generally, an opportu
nity during the next three wcckSj
of reaching every citizen of Marion
and Polk counties through tho me
dium of the Wkkkly Capital
Journal. Wo do not claim that
every citizen in tlicso counties aro
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 nnd
bring in your notices immediately.
No advailco in advertising rates.
lets Invite II I m Here.
Says a San Francisco dispatch:
Col. P. IJ. Mooro of the Fairview
Development Company of Santa
Ana, Cal.,has been in the city a few
days, and will depart soon to mako
a tour of Oregon and Washington
Territory, with tho Intention of mak
ing largo purchases of lands. Dr.
Mlnthom, of tho Oregon Land Co.
wrote Col. Mooro to-day inviting
him to visit Salem.
Tiik excitement created in PorU
land over a dispatch sent to Chicago,
purporting to emanate from Lahor
Assembly No. 522. of that city, has
since been nllayed by tho discovery
that It wns a bogus message. There
is no such labor assembly as tho ono
named, and the charge that the
worklngmon of Portland aro oppos
ed to tho immigration movement Is
found to bo irroundless. Koine smart
aleck has been perpetrating a fraud.
Our ilrst artlolo on tho fruit cul
ture of this section, which described
thcilno fruit farm of It. S. Wallace,
is regarded by the IJourd of Trade
as a good advertising article, and on
the ordor of tho publication commit
tee, wo have printed several hun
dred extra copies of tho Wi:kkiat
Jouhnal, unu they have been sent
through tho mall where thoy will
do most good.
Charles Ilondorson, Examiner
agent hero, has been laid up with
rhoumntlsm for a fow days.
Ladles furnishing goods at IJrldg-
m & IJozorth's now store, Hank
II. SL IIolou, the piano tuner, ho
returned from a trip to Monmouth.
nurklrn'i Antra Silre.
Tim bout wive in tho world foi
i-tiiH, limbed, Boraa, ulcers, saltrhoum,
('aw attrw, let tar, ehapped hand,
cliilblaliui, corn, and all skin orui
iioiuf, mid positively cures pile, or
no iy rwitilrwl. It U gUMmuteed
k1 ve perfect swtfefuction, or money
rcmudul. Prh 2K ewito pr box.
Fur mU by Dr. II. W. Cox.
A Itail C.nr.
Living near Silverton in this
county, is a man named Warner, a
woodchopper, who Is the father of
four children. A man named
Mosier of Silverton has recently
been showing Walker's wife a good
many attentions, and on Sunday,
whllo Walker was away, he went
out and Mrs. Walker returned to
tho hotel in Silverton with hhn.
From there, Mosier sent a boy out
to get them a buggy. It happened
that tno owner of tho livery stable,
Mr. Marchbanks, is also the mar
shal, and tho messenger who came
after tho buggy, Informed htm what
was in tho wind. Accordingly
Marshal Marchbanks concluded -ho
would drive tho buggy to the hotel
himself, where- lie placed both Mosier
and Mrs. Warner under arrest. Ho
took Mosier to tho calaboose, and
loft him In charge
another man. Mosier,
some way gained permission
leave tho calaboose, and failed
return, nor has ho been re-arrested
yet. Warner was Informed of the
situation, and endeavored to got Ills
wife to return to her home, but sho
refused. Tho marshal then took
Mrs. Warner to her fa'ther's home,
she being a daughter of Mr. Sim
mons, who lives near Woodburn.
Miss Frankie Gibson of Turner
was In town visiting last week.
Mrs. Leo Rrown, who fell and
broke her ribs a few weeks ago, is
now able to bo around again.
Tho shower hero Monday night
was quite refreshing to tho gardens
after having u few days of such
Tho ball at tho armory of Co. A,
O. N. G., last Friday night was
quite a success, tho music furnished
from Salem was splendid.
Tho republican rally at tho
Whiteaker armory on Saturday last
was largely attended. Tho pro
gram of tho day consisted of music
by tho Slayton cornet band and
speeches from many ablo speakers.
V. G. Haag, of Sublimity, Is once
more going to put his head into tho
matrimonial yok'o with a damo of
Linn county. Roys, don't bo sad
any more and think there Is no
chance for you, for there surely
must bo If this young(?) man can get
Following is tho list of letters re
maining in tho postolllcc, at Salem,
Oregon, May 0, 1888. Parties call
ing for them will pleaso say "ad
All letters published as non-do-
llvered will bo charged with one
cent In addition to tho regular
Anderson, M' Mrs Ashball, I)
Bean, Oscar Host, Emellno
JJenham, jsimcr Jiruce, ucoji
Drown, U II
Chittenden, I II
Ensign, U L
Ilnrdy, W II
Johnson, A C
Ensign, J E
Hartinus, E M
Jcfl'erHon, J A
jjauuer, j ij
Mooro, D 0
Murphy, G V
Hfr'..r.l,. ftrr Aff.r Mtilniliiilll II
mwuinis. n.4 v ..,......... --
McLaughlin, J Meyers, it
Perham, J D
Smith, Mrs Dan
AVhlto, J M
rihelton. J "V
Taylor, II V
Zills, C V
W. II. Oimi.u, P. M.
We Tell Vuu TUInly
That thoboBt place to buy your
clothing Is of C. AV. Joluihon, tho
clothlor. Clout's furnishing goods
lu every variety.
An Alrtolate Cure.
Tho OHiaiNAL AHII5TINK
OINTMISNTis only put up in large
two-ounce I in boxos, and Is an
ulmohite on re for old Boron, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and all
akin eruptions. "Will positively
curu hII kinds of pIli. Auk for the
OWGINAL AHIIiri'lNE OINT
MI5NT. Bolu byD.AV. Mttliw
Co., 100 Htute strmit, Sulum, at
ruU jKr box by mail 80 cent.
STVTE AflKirULTUKK ASS0CI VTIOX.
A call for a convention to organize
a state agriculture asttociatlon.
Wo tho undersigned believe that
the tlnuhas come In the history of
our country that those engaged Jin
agricultural pursuits should organize
and combine for mental protection
and the better to advance their luter
doestsearnestly request all thoso who
huvo tho welfare of tho agricultural
classes at heart to meet with us on
Tuesday, June 1L', at Salem in Reed's
opera house at 10 o'clock In the fore
noon, that we may then and there
perfect a state organization.
(Signed:) John Osborn, vice-president
of Farmers National Congress;
J. T. Appcrson, president of the
Stato Roard of Agriculture; M. Wil
kins, vice-president of tho State
Roard of Agriculture ; members.
D.-S. K. Rulck, Thus. H. Tongue,
.1. S. Osborir; J. .1. Graham, T. P.
Goodman, James S. Sears, John M.
Osborn, Chan. Miller, T. T. Gecr,
David Rrown, David Early.
A Truly Urcat Invention.
Wo desire to call tho attention of
our leaders to a most excellent and
Ingenious device, invented by Dr.
J. II. Vincent, presldont of
Chautauqua college. It Is known as
Roard and Writing Desk," and
must bo scon toboappreelated. Itlsa
simple, compact ali'alr, just the
thing for each family where them
aro children to educate nnd amuse,
and an Indispensable help In every
primary school. Fred M. Campbell,
stato superintendent of public in
struction of California, says of it,
"1 am very sure that any family
that secures one of tlicso Inexpensive
articles through this word of mine,
will always bo grateful to mo for
calling attention to It." Mr.
Hoopcngarner Is now In Salem and
will call on our citizens, after which
he purposes making a canvass of tho
county. Re ready when ho comes
to glvo your order. Price only $ 1.50.
A Nounn J,i',Ml Opinion.
E. Dainbridgo Munday
county atty.,CIay county, Tex
"Have used Electric Hitters with
most happy results. My brother
also was very low with malarial
fever and jaundice, but was cured
by timely use of this medicine. Am
satlslled electric bitters saved his
Mr. 1). I. AVIIcoxson, of Horse
Cave, Ky., adds a like testlnioney,
saying: Ho positively believes ho
would have died, had It not been
for Electric Dltters.
This great remedy will ward ofl',
as well as cure all malarial diseases,
and for all kldnoy,llverand stomach
disorders stands unemmled. Price
COo. and 51. at II. W. Cox's.
Tho Clackamas County Society of
Spiritualists will hold a grove meet
ing on Its grounds at New Era, Ore,
beginning Friday, Juno 8th, and
holding over two Sundays. Slato
writing, clairvoyant test and tranco
speaking mediums have been en
gaged to attend tho meeting The
:ommlttce of arrangements wi. . use
every reasonable endeavor, includ
ing the usual reduction of railroad
faro, to make tho meeting a success.
The society have a good hall on the
grounds, and a hotel with accommo
dations for boarders and lodgers. A
cordial Invitation Is extended to
MlBH FitANCKH AVlllAltI) UllvIsoH
all girls who "feel a call," as she
once did, to the ministry, to enter n
theological seminary and prepare
for tho work, undisturbed by tho
alleged Irreconcilability of tho voca
tions of minister and mother.
Tlif KarU Kilialtw 1'ulson.
The air In lowlltlw. where vegetation, rot
ted by freolieU, U litlcl Imre to the hiiii'm
riiy by the retlrlni; Hood, MIIIIouh or
wiuHre Huree, In the vlolnlty ortheKreat
trlbuturiati onheMlultwIpplnad lllourl
IntheHouth and ItSouth.weat, Kive forth
thU fever-laden inlmmmtle vaMr, dUaeml
iiHtlnx liiHlHrlul iHMtlleiiuti broaduaet. Not
only throuiihoul the Kreat Weet, but wher
ever on thle oontinunt fever and umw
makea 1U perhHlle upiearane and whut
loeallty U wluilly exempt from ltf llw
tetter'aHtoiiMuh Illttere U the reuoiiUul
dofenKe, the iihmI highly uuorutllil and l)
ulur mean of wire. Kever and ague, bll
loiwreiiiltleiil, iIiiiiiIj twtie aitdaue eak
am aradleatetl by It. Norte It Umt itotvnt
when need to remove eoaetliaUHi, liver
eoHiplaliit and dyewMla, kulin'y trouble
nerWMUMHMeand rlftuimti. uiiiueuta. Um
It Hlm the Hret apiearaitM of Ikeee trou
bles, and with ientluuiue.