CAPITAL Vol,, i. SALEM, OR., FRIDAY, MAY 1L, 1SSS. NO. 61 JOURNAL. FItOFESSIONAI. CARDS. TnEO w. belt, attoiujby at law IT fttlCl iWSITlCl AUUlllO) . OHico at court liousc. RAMSEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS nrnl Counselors nt Law. Business in tue Supremo Court a specialty. Salem, Or. M.it.nw FORD. ATTORNEY AND I Counselor at Law, Salem, . Salem. Orecon Olilcc, up stairs in ratton's uiock. OIIAW & GBEGG, ATTORNEYS AT S Law. Salem, Orecon. Ofllco In I'attou's block, up stairs over Belt's drug store. 1 T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT S Law. Offico over Copltol National Sink, 219 Commercial tsireei, saioni, ur, WM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Salem, Oregon. Oillce with Tllmon Ford, in ratton's building. Will practice in all the courts of Oregon. Collections made. Land offlco business a specialty. PH. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN selor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having nn nbstractof tho records or Marion coun tv including a lot and block Index of Sa lem, ho has special facilities for examining titles to real estate. a APITAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. O. G. T., mppis p.verv Saturday evening, in their hall, second door north of Tost Office. G. Jso. Knight. Sec.. U.S. JoitY.W.CT. DR. GILBERT, THE EMINENT Scientist, anthropologist, physiciaa and surgeon, will open tin oillce in tho New Hank Block, on May 1st, for tho trcutmout of all diseases of women, and all other chronic cases, on strictly hygienic nnd nat ural principles. Medical baths, oxygon and electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon. TOR SALK, Residence for Sale- Willis & Chambcrlin have a desirablo house, and lot. most eligibly located on High street, llrst block north of Court House, for sale at $1850. A good opportu nity to securo a homo in a convenient lo cation. For Sale. A good Iron framo Horso Power. Good for all uses, from ono to full capacity. All for the low price or SCO. call at tho raclflo Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving Com. pany's oillce. Salem, Oregon. FOR SALK. 1U353 acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by agoodroad, from, Salem, 113 acres In culti vation, balance in timber. Well watered, good S1000 house of 8 rooms, moderatobarn, well at tho door ; all fenced and a thrifty young orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to pasture grass, and 07 acres Ingrain. Pur chaser can have liberal terms to harvest crops. PRICE 4000, TIME GIVEN. Come right to tho farm and savo agent's fees. J. P. ROBERTSON. Enquire of Charley Robertson, at the Grange Store. STOCK FARM FOR SALEor RENT ! 530 ACRES Well watered and plenty ot timber. Two houses nnd two burns. Good orchard. Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Fifty head of cattle with the place If wanted, and horses enough to run It. Within flvo miles of depot on the O. & U. K. It. A bargain for somebody. Enquire at Office of Capital Journal. FOR SALE 2S8 ACRES, 25 in cultivation, SO acres good timber, baU ance pasture; 100 acres In fall wheat, 23 acres in oats, and 30 in potatoes. House, barn, orchard, etc Two miles north of Salem, may be divided; price, S00 per acre, terms easy. Inquire of G. N. POTTORFF, Cor. State and Commercial Streets, Salem. ML ESTATE BARGAINS. OFFERED BY Willis k Chamberlain. CO acres. .1 inline from Rnlom. hlchlv cultivated 83000 lota, good honw nnd barn, East So- leni 2300 Slots, ilnely situated 1760 urres, ill nines iroin eniiuiii, ncn Improved, can bo divided Into 3 , or four tracts . 10,000 380 acres, 8 miles from south of Salem, fair lmprovemoments,11ne timber , and water 3200 1 block of land, S houses, rent for 112 each, pays Interest on $4000 .3000 0 acres Sxnllos south of Kiilom.nilr , improvements S200 5 acres, ndjolnlng city limits, In meadow 1300 int. good house and barn, adjoining court house block- ltw 1 acre, Salem, new house and barn, Plenty of small fruit 2000 , The foregoing is but a partial list of the "rgalns we have to offer. WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN. Opera House, Court Street, Salem. ROCKY MOUNTAIN Coffee House! Eatt SMe Ufcwty, off.Ofn rUwu, S B. WATKIN8, -:- Prop. GROCERIKS. Si) Evaporated Apples, Evaporated Peaches, Evaporated Nectarines, Evaporated Apricots, Evaporated Pears. Dried Peeled Peaches, Dried Peaches, Dried Apricots, Dried Currants, Dried Apples, Dried Grapes Oregon Petit Prunes, Imported German Prunes, Smyrna Figs, , iv Raisins, Persian Dates, Weller Brothers' 201, Commercial Street KELLER & SONS, Arc Still on Top, WITH Renewed Life ! Increased Patkonaqe ! Heavier Sales! New Goods ! Join tho procession nnd send in your orders wo will treat you flue. Every body speaks in pralsoof our canned goods. They cannot bo supassed in quality. Look at our display wlndowsas you pass. They are rilled with delicious things. For the Ladles: Call and oxnmlno our Labor-Saving Carpet Sweepers four styles. Feather dusters always In stock. Jamaica Bananas, direct from New York. Big fellows and very Juicy. KELLER & SONS, The Grocers. Grange store Salem Co-Operative Association F. of H. DEALERSJIN Choice Groceries, Frovisions, Fruits, and Vegetables, Crockery, Glassware, Butter, Eggs, and Lard. A.L-I KINDS OK Produce Bought! JAMES AITKEN, Manager. 126 State St., - - - SALEM, OR. Cash Grocery Store, ISAAC S. STEINER, Proprietor, 124 v Statu v St., v Salhm. A full stock of- Groceries, Canned Goods, Fresh Vegetable, Bto. Jiwt reealvd a ntoe artWe in New -;- Orleans -:- Baking -:- Molasses. ties hi Fruits Tlic Reliable Grow. Rock Bottom Grocery, T. BUCHANAN, Fnoi'., 0r. Court and HlRh Street, Keeps efMteBltr o ha"1 WHMf GENERAL GROCERIES. FINANCIAL. ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY. The Capital National 13ank Of- SALEM, Capital Paid up, Surplus, - - OREGON. - $75,000 - - 9,500 It. S. WALLACE, - - President. W. W. MAKTIN, . Vice-President. J. II. AL11EHT, .... Cashier. DIRECTORS) W.T.Gray, W. AV. Martin, J. M. Martin, It. S. Wallace, , J. II. Albert, T. McF. Tuftou. LOANS MADE To farmers on wheat and other market able produce, consigned or in store, cither in prlvnto granaries or (public wnrehounes. State and County Warrants Bought at Par. COMMERCIAL PAPER Discounted nt rcasonablo rates. Drafts drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, ISetlln, Hong Kong nnd Calcutta. SALEM, OREGON. WM. N. LADUE, -DK. J. REYNOLDS, JOHN MOIIl, - - - - Prosldout. Vice President. - - - Cashier. GENERAL BANKING. Exchango on Portland, San Francisco, New York, Iomlon and Hong Kong bought nnd sold. State, County and City warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially Invited to deposit nnd transact business with us. Liberal advances mado on wheat, wool, hops and other property at reasonabio rates. Insuranco on such se curity can bo obtained at tho bank in most rellablo companies. MAIIKKTS. The SALEM MARKET 93 COUItT STIIEET. Constantly on hand tho best quality or Wi and Salt Meats ! And all kinds of A "US .AGr E 3-Tho CLEANEST kept market in the city. Call and seo for yourself. McCIlOW & WILLAltD. WEST BROTHERS' EAT MARKET, 300, Commercial St., Salem. CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS constantly on hand, and delivered to nnypartof tho city at lowest living rates, riease give us your patronage. CITY MEAT MARKET D, C. Howard, Proprietor. STATE STIIEET, - SALEM, OKEUON. 43-A11 kinds of fresh nnd cured moats always on hand. 1'ull weight and nsquare deal nil around. MISCELLANKOU8. STRICKLER BROS. -DKALEILS IK- STOVES AND TINWARE! Hoofing and Spouting a Specially. 3-At the old stand of Hen. Strang, Com mercial Street. F.J.BABCOCK, Cabinet Maker! UNDERTAKER, KAItltAn'S BLOCK, 8TATB STKEWT, Salem, Oregon. An klnda of Furniture made to order. A full line of Ctutkets always on hand. M. M. MEA-D, PRACTICAL CUTLER Fifing Saws a Specialty. 8ti top m tk altar, mou Mlato-a Uv-'MaMi.&ttMH.cH'. yi DEMOCRATIC AND PROM. A Joint Discussion Gov. Pcnnoycr fiives His Free Trade Views. l'HOP. MILIjER TAKES TUB STAXI). And Denounces the Liquor Traflic with Intense Vehemence. The joint discussion lust evening, botween Gov. Pennoyer and Prof. G. J. Miller, tho prohibition candi date for congress, drew a largo crowd to the opera house, and considerable enthusiasm was stirred up during the debate. Gov. Pennoyer led oil' with a long winded talk about the tariff, which he admits has been tho subject of discussion in this country for 7.1 years. But it was moro toler able than the discourse of Senator Slater, a few evenings before, be cause the governor refrained from confusing tho senses of his hearers with long tables of figures. He spoke an hour and a quarter, eliciting oc casional applause, and keeping his audience together till ho sat down. Thoargument,as a whole, was rather flat, notwithstanding he clothed his wisdom in a few apologues, and quo ted from Frederic de Bastiat, the once noted political economist of France. Tho governor showed tho sincerity of his convictions by relating the fol lowing incident. A neighbor and brother business man came into tho speaker's oillce, in Portland, one day, asking him to sign a petltioa to congress to retain tho duty on lumber. Tho visitor knew the governor's freo trade- sentiments, and ho asked tho former why ho laid such a paper as that beforo his gaze. The answer was an appeal to his selfish instincts. "You aro largely Interested in the lumber trade," said he, "and to keep the British article out of our market would bo putting considerable money in your own pocket." "Do you supposo I would admit myself such a goose," the governor returned, "as not to bo ablo to com pete with all rivals across tho line?" "They employ Chinese labor." -"Whnt of It? I wouldn't give ono of those stalwart fellows you see in my yards for three pig tail Celestials. I can mako lumber nnd sell it, with or without a duty, and if tho Mills bill reduces my profits n little, it will benefit thousands who need tho product to provide them shelter." Ho told of some Turkish depen dency where tho tax Is collected at night, and the fiscal assessment is $200 on thoso owning f 10,000 of prop erty, $100 on $1,000, and those who have but $50 lose all. Tho peoplo complained of this Inequality, called it "onerous and unjust," and wanted the tax gatherer to do his pilfering by daytime. Others resisted this, said they did not know what was taken while they were In their beds, and as thoy were Ignorant of the extent of their loss they did not feel it. If tills happy conceit is original with Gov. Ponnoyor lie is ontltied to credit as a political fabulist. It sounds Hko ono of Bastlat's, or David A. "Wells's inventions, and tells tho story with entiro exacti tude. Tho lecturor nolntod to Ins cos- tumo. "Horolsu suit of clotlios,' he said, "that cost mo a sum of money. Part of that went to pay for the raw material, part to tho man who mado tho gannonts, part to tho support of tho government, tho remainder I paid as a bonus to tho compuny who wovo tho cloth. How much of iny outlay goes for material and labor, and how much I pay for protection, I cannot figure up, and as I cannot toll how much protection costs, I am not hurt. This Is tho kind of talk that tho tarift doctors mako us Union to; the common sense of his audience could tell how much it was worth. Ho objected to tho tariff tax Ikj oaueelt was unjust. SuppoM every man, woman and child In Oregon was annottiod $1 to support the speaker's lumber enterprise. The tax would be comparatively light on them, and what grand improve ments lie could make in his busi ness, lie could buy more timber land, charter or build more vessels, Improve and extend his mill ma chinery, and givo tho peoplo of Ore gon cheaper lumber. But the tax would bo unjust. He had no right to amerco other people to aid his business, yet this is what thousands of manufacturers and others aro do ing under our present taritl laws Senator Williams, in his speech In that same hall on Tuesday evening, had exhausted his eloquence in pralsoof tho protective system; ho v as speaking that samo evening (Thursday) in Oregon City, where ho would uso tho same Hue of argu ment. But he said no word about the tarill tax being just, ho would not tell tho peoplo of Oregon City It was just. Ho dare not look any intelligent audience in tho face and bear such false testimony, and since ho cannot assert tho lustlcoof his cause, all his sophistry and line drawn argument fall to tho ground. Tho governor concluded a pretty successful free trade speech by as suring his democratic hearers of the cheerful position of their political atl'alrs in tills state, and predicting certain success for their candidates at tho polls. About one-third of tho audience went into, ecstasies of delight at this announcement. 1UIOF. O. M. MILL1IK was then introduced to tho audience by Prof. T. C. .Tory, and thlsspcaker essayed tho dllllcult task of keeping people In their seats an hour and a half longer. When ho began a number of peoplo left tho hall, and in tho gallery there was a noisy stampede. But tho prohibition nearcrs, who mustered strong, wore good for all tho demands made on uiciu, ami their enjoyment was great, If wo may Judge from tho heartiness of their applause. Ho ridiculed this incessant talk about tho tarlfl. Whllo an enemy was abroad In tho land, corrupting our youth, striking down moro vic tims every year than aro destroyed by war and pestilence, and pollut ing and desolating thousands of homes, republican and democratic speakers could dovoto their atten tion to nothing but tho tarltr. This had referenco solely to our property, and the speaker claimed that tho happiness of our wives and mothers, tho safety of our young men, and the morals of tho community were of moro importance that a mere tax upon imports. Ho met peoplo overy day who told him they would give him their votes it tnero was nny onanco oi his electien: but ho stood no irliost of a show and they were not willing to throw away their votes. This was a rcilection on tho wisdom of form ing a third party. "Why not stay in tho republican ranks, whoro there was sympathy with his cause, and work out roform with their aid? Ho imagined a case. Supposo a German regiment was quartered In New York, another in Boston, a third in Philadelphia, and Chicago, Bt. Louis, Baltimore and all our largo cities were similarly occupied. These foreign troops wore commit ting acts of war, killing and disab ling our citizens, robbing them of their treasure and violating their homes. Tho government is appealed to for protection, but neither the democratic nor the republican party thinks it right tointorionytnci this murdcr.aud brigandage are car ried on without molestation. How long would It take before a third party would bo formed to drive thoso foreign invaders from our shores, and deliver our laud from violence and tribute gathering? Ho mentioned the caso of an Amer ican citizen in a foreign land, Iniing condemned to death for alleged crime on unjust conviction. The American consul at that port sought to obtain ids pardon, but his efforts were futile and tho day of his execu tion arrived. At tho last moment, when tho flrng party was posted and the word or command about to 1)0 given, our faithful representative wrapped tho stars and stripes about tho victim, and turning to the olll oer In charge of tho troojw, lie said: "Thoro is the American Hag, lire on that If you dare!" The liquor Inter est had entrenched iteelfin tho na tional capital, It had wrapped the American Hug about Its lluilw, and it had challenged the democratic and republican jwrtloH to fire on that sacred emblem If they dare. We produce the above as a mere HiKKslmen of Mr. Mlller'sHtyle or ora tory and his lln of argument, but OHimot undertake to give the meruit skeleton of his long addreM. He spoke amid constant interruption rrom peopiB leaving, hiiu u nil mm- lenco tired with the governor's free trade harangue; but he was listened to with attention by thoso who went to stay, and was greeted with loud applause when he sat down. Sir. Sillier has good How of language, keeiH cool under provocation and Is thoroughly In earnest ; but Ids elocution is sadly defective, and his gestures are awkward In tho ex treme. Ho needs Deniostheniau practice to win fame as an orator. Don't Kipcrlmont. You cannot afford to waste time in experimenting when your lungs are in dange. Consumption always seems at llrst only a cold. Do not admit any dealer to impose upon you with some cheap imitation of Dr. King's New Discovery for con sumption, coughs and colds, but be sure you get the genuine. Because ho can mako more profit ho may 'ell you he has something just as good, or Just the same. Don't be deceived, but Insist upon getting Dr. King's New Discovery, which Is guanteod to give relief in all throat, lung and chest affections. Trial h bottles freo at 11. AV. Cox's drug store. Large bottles $1. A Truly (Irwt Invention. ."Wo desire to call the attention of our readers to a most excellent and Ingenious device, Invented by Dr. .1. H. Vincent, president of Chautauqua college. His known as Board and Writing Desk," and must be seen tobe appreciated. Itlsa simple, compact ailair, just tho tiling for each family whoro there aro children to educate and amuse, and an indispensable help In overy primary school. Fred M. Campbell, slate superintendent of public in struction of California, says of it. "1 am very sure that any family that secures one of these Inexpensive articles through tlds word of mine, will always bo grateful to mo for calling attention to it." Mr. lloopengarneris now In Salem and will call on our citizens, after which ho purpo&es making a canvass of tho county. Bo ready when ho comes to givo your order. Price only $1.60. A Sounn U'al Opinion. 13. Balnbrldgo Munduy Esq., county atty., Clay county, Tex., says: "Have used Electric Hitters with most happy results. My brothor also was very low with malarial fever and Jaundice, but was cured by timely use of this medicine. Am satisfied electrlo bitters saved his life." Mr. D. I. Wllcoxson, of Horso Cave, Ky., adds a Hko tcstimonoy, saying: Ho positively behoves ho would have died, had It not been for Electric Bitters. This great remedy will ward off, as well as cure all malarial diseases, and for all kldney,llverand stomach disorders stands unequalod. Price fiOc. and $1. at H. W. Cox's. . nurklrn'g Arnica Sal it. Tho best salvo in tho world for cuts, I) raises, sores, ulcers, saltrheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup tions, and positively cures pllos, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or monoy refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Dr. II. W. Cox. An Absolute Cure. Tho OltlGINAL ABIETINE OINTMENT Is only put up In largo iwo-ounco nn boxes, and Is an absolute cure for old soros, burns, wounds, chapped hands, and all skin ortiptlons. Will jmsltlvuly euro all kinds of piles. Ask for tho OltlGINAL ABIKTINK OINT MENT. Sola byD.W. Matthows A Co., 100 State street, Salem, lit 25 cents jier box by mall 30 cents. The Karth Kibaltw I'olton. The air In hHwiltlen where violation, rot ted hy frenheU, U laid Iwre to the tain's ruyn by the retiring Hood. Millions of Mjimre acrex, In the vicinity of the ureal trthuturles of the MlfMhutlppI and Mlwxiurl In tlinHouth and Boutli-went, lve forth thU fever-laden uiluniimtlu vaixir, dlml nalliiK inulMrlul iMwtlleiioe broudetMt. Not only throiiKhout Ue rt Wetit, hut wher ever on Hi In cmntlnent fever wild ague make It perlodlo upimMrHnee nil whHt loathly In wholly exempt from lit Ilo tetter'K HtoiiMeh Hitter U Hut reuotfiilunl defeuMt, the iikmI highly uocredld and in ubtr nuiiniiof wire, fever nnd Hgue, Itll loiw remittent, dumb Hgue ami mrue ettke are ertul lulled by It. Nor to It lw potent wlteit umxl to remove miiftUiwtkHi, .liver MHiiptolut huiI dyMii, kWimy tMWbkai nrvHjnetHii(l rltuiiwttollitt. I'm It uion tlte lint xptwnoe of tb " bUtt, mix! with erllei)w. Meal at all itewra, from tt to t l'. n-k ii ' IdHnVl ifi'ftliP .