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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1SSS.
mPO V. HoWi AUUlwni ai nail
(j and District Attorney. Office at court
RvMSEY A BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
mid Counselors nt Law. Business in
the Supremo Court a specialty. Snlom, Or.
nilLMON FORD, ATTORNEY AND
T Counselor nt Lnw. Salem, Oregon.
OUlec. up stairs In Pattern's block.
. A GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
S1 Law, Salem, Oregon. Office in ration's
Hock, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
n T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
S Law. Office over Capitol National
Bink 210 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
TITJI. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AY Salem, Oregon. Office with Tllmon
Ford, in Pattou'sbulldlng. Will practice
in nil tho courts or Oregon. Collections
made. Land office business a specialty.
n if DARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
J selor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
aTi abstract of tho records of Marlon coun
tv including n lot and block Index of bn
lem ho has special facilities for examining
title's to real estate.
.VPITAIi LODGE, NO. II, I. O. G. T.,
...ic nvnrvsntiirilnv nvonlnir. in their
hall, second door north of Post Office. G.
Jso. IvSIOUT. Sec. II. S. Jon Y, W. C. T.
scientist, anthropologist, physician and
sun-eon, will open an office In tho Now
Bank Block, on May 1st, for tho treatment
i,f nil diseases of womun, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
Ucrtro-inngnetlsin used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 176,Salem, Oregon.
RwMence for Sale.
Willis A Chamberlln have a deslrablo
house and lot, most eligibly located on
HiL'li street, llrst block north of Court
House, for salo at S1S00. A good opportu
nltj to secure a homo In a convenient lo
cation. For Sale-
A good iron framo Horse Power. Good
for nil uses, from ono to full capacity. All
fortholowpricoofSGO. call at tho Pacific
Cider, Vinegar A Fruit Preserving Com
pany's office. Salem, Oregon.
IWj, acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
ngood road, from Salem, 143 acres In culti
vation, balance In timber. Well watered,
good SlOOOhousoof 8 rooms, modoratobarn,
well nt tho door ; all fenced and a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasture grass, and 07 ncros in grain. Pur
chaser can havo liberal terms to harvest
PRICE $4000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to tho farm and suvo agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
tho Grange Store.
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plenty oj timber. Two
houses and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Fifty
head of cattle with tho place if wanted, and
horses enough to run It. Within five miles
of depot on the O. it C. It. It. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
FOR SALE 28S ACRES,
225 In cultivation, oO acres good timber, bal
nnco pasture; 100 acres In fall wheat, 25
acres In oats, and SO in potatoes. House,
barn, orchard, etc. Two miles north of
Salem, may bo divided; price, 50 per acre,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor, State and Commercial Streets, Salem,
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Willis k Chamberlain.
CO acres, 3 miles from Salem, highly
' lots, good houbC and barn, East Ba
llots, rineTysftuateU-I".-"! 11".'.
H acres, 31 miles from Salem, well
unproved, can ue tuviueu into
or four trueta 10,000
KO acres, 8 miles from south of Salem,
fair lmprovemements,rlno timber
, , and water S9G0
1 block of land. 3 houses, rent fer $12
each, iiays Interest on f40U S000
SO acres 3 miles south of Salem, fair
5 acres, adjoining city limits, In
1 lot, good house and barn, adjoining
court house block 1860
1 ai re, Salem, new houe and barn,
plenty of small fruit 2000
The foregoing Is hut a partial list of the
1'argHlns we have to ofler.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera Houso, Court Streot, Snlom.
Et SWe Uknj, p.:0fn Hm,
S. B. WATKINS, -.- Prop.
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Dried Apples, -Dried
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
201, Commercial Street
The Malik Grocers,
KELLER & SONS,
Arc Still on Top,
Renewed Life !
Join tho procession and send In your
orders wo will treat you tine.
Evorvbodv sneaks In nralsoof our canned
good. They cannot bo biipussed inquallty.
Iiook at our display windows ns you pas?.
They are filled with delicious things.
For tho Ladios : Call and .cxomluo our
iiiibor-saviug cnrpei a weepers iour siyies.
Feather dusters always In stock.
Jamaica Rananas, direct from New York.
Rig follow s and very Juicy.
KELLER k SONS,
Salem Co-Operative Association
P. of H.
A.LL, KINDS OF
JAMES AITKEN', Manager.
126 State St., - - - SALEM, OR.
Cash Grocery Store,
ISAAC S. STEINER, Proprietor,
124 v Statu v St., v Sai.hu.
A full Mock of.
Groceries Canned Goods, Fresh Vegetables,
Hta. Jut reee ved a nlee artlef in
New -s- Orleans -:- Baking -: Molastet.
Rock Bottom Grocery,
T. BUCHANAN, Pkoi.,
Oar. Court und HIrIi Streets,.
Keep MHMtsnUr oa.hMMl (toll Hw Of
R3TA11LISHED 11 Y NATIONAL AUT1IOKITV.
ThcGapital National Bank-
Capilal Paid up,
Surplus, - -
- - $75,000
It. S. WALLACK, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vlce-Presldont.
J. II. AIiHEUT, .... Chshler.
W. T. Grny, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, It. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert,
T. MoP. Patton.
LOAMS MADE '
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
cither In private granaries or
Slafe and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at roaoonahlo rates. Drafts
drawn, direct on New York, Chicago, San
Kranclsco, Portland, London, Paris, lierlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
First National Bank
WM. N. IiAIHIK, -1)11.
JOHN MOIR, - -
- - Prostdont.
- - - Cashier.
Excliango on Portland, San Francisco,
Now York, London and Hong JCong
bought nnd sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advnnccs mado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
rcasonabio rates. Insurance, on nucIi se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank In
most rellablo companies.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STItEET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
tell and Salt Meals !
And all kinds of
09-Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Call and see for yourself.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, nnd delivered to
any part of tho city at lowest living rates.
Please glvo us your patronage.
D. C, Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, SALEM, OREGON.
3-AU kinds of fresh and cured moats
always on hand. Full weight and awjuaro
deal all around.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofing and Spouting a Specially.
3-At tho old stand of Hen. Strang, Com
KAHHAItW HLOOK, STATU 8TIIBKT,
Ai, yimU of Kurnlture made to order.
A full line of GbMket always on ltad.
M. M. MEAD,
Ft&tg Sws a Specialty.
Mw)M UM MM'.anpoat MlM0fJv
An Intprpstiiig Scrips of Xcwsy Notes
Prom the Uui'iquu.
Your correspondent being in Rose
burg, begs letivo to ntllict you and
your patrons with a few notes.
Tho circuit court for tho second ju
dicial district is now in session,
Judge Bean presiding. The judgo is
very popular as n jurist in this dis
trict. Ex-U. S. District Attorney Jns. F.
Watson, of Portland, is visiting
friends hero and attending to legal
business before the court.
The Plaindealer and Review each
propose issuing campaign dailies
from now until nfter the Juno elect
ion. Mr. Robert Smith, Mrs. Alonzo
Brown and Mrs. A. E. Champaign,
all pioneers of Douglas county, were
followed to tho city of the dead dur
ing the past week and tenderly laid
to rest. They each had a host of
Mr. A. Mires of Ellonsburg is in
the city. Ho returns homo next
Roseburg is alive to her interests.
Amidst all tho turmoil, battlo and
smoke of tho present political cam
paign, the citizens do not forget to
secure all that will tend to make
their town the llrst and most enter
prising city in the state. Two east
ern men propose building n woolen
mill hero providing tho citizens glvo
them a good water power. Tho
amount of stock lias been subscribed
and the woolen mill will bo built.
Other improvments nro sure to
Hon. 0. W. Colvig, who repre
sented Douglas county for eight
years as stato senator, lias been
added to the IMaindcaler force, and
will help keep that journal spicy
and In line until all tho republicans
now nominated nro duly elected.
II. S. Haggard, late district attor
ney of tho second Judicial district, is
wanting to bo state senator for Ids
senatorial district, but it is quito
evident that not lie, but n republican
will bo elected.
iur. unanoy atepiiens, tlio young
man who recently committed sui
cide near Paisley, was raised near
tills city nnd was tho son of ono of
our most estimable citizens, Rev.
Stephens. Charley was a bright
boy, hnd good training nnd good
family associations. Rum did tho
work. Ho for some timo lias been n
nuisance to himself nnd friends.
Recently ho secured about $1,000
from his mother and went to Colo
rado, California, and thenco up
through enstern Oregon, where ho
finally ended his misernblo existence
as described by tho dispatches. He
was brothor-ln-Iaw to tho luto W. F.
Owoiib who ended his llfo tho
same way in tills city. Tho family
ure sorely nlllicted.
I prophesy that Mr. Geariit's vote
will fall fur behind ids ticket in old
W. II. B.
RosKimita, May 11.
I'lmi Millkh, In Ills speech on
Thursday ovonlng, wild there was no
need to tight the Mills bill, because
It did not stand tho ghost of a ehauco
of success. A Pittsburg papor con
llnns tills judgment by saying tlioro
Is no need for Randall to array his
small following against It, "us tho
bill will bo sure to defeat Itself. "
This moans tho democrats nro not
hearty In their profossed dosiro for
tnrltr revision, and this useful work
will havo to bo delayed till tho re
publicans tnko it in hand.
This club of Jolly young jwoplu
Have Hh olosliiL' lion at Diamond's
muslo hull last oveuiuif. Tho club
bus been in existence all winter and
spring among tho younger jieople of
the city, who lutve !con studying
the Torjwiclioremi urt under the
oomiwteut tutonhlp of Chfw. Rtely.
In addition to the memleni of the
club, several guusta lMrtlcljmted in
the aiijoymeutof the evening, which
buted until iwt midnight. An ex
ceedingly pletusjiit time who ImuI by
nil who HtUHidtsd.
Pkishytuiuan Citritcir. Row
II. A. Xowell, pastor. Preach
ing at 10:30 a. u. and 7:30
i. m. Society of Christ Inn
Endeavor at 0:30 p. u. Sab
bath school at 12 u. ; R. S. "Wallace,
supt. Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 7:J0 i u. "Welcome to
all, nt nil tho services.
Baptist Cmntcii. Corner of
Liberty nnd Marion streets. Rev.
A. R. Medbury, pastor. Services nt
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 i r. Sunday
school nt noon. Young people's
meeting nt 0:30 i jr. All an?
Rev. J. W. Ilnrris, pastor. Corner
of Liberty nnd Center streets. Ser
vices nt 10:30 a. ji. and 7:30 i jr.
conducted by Rev. P. S. Knight.
Sunday school nt 112 jr. Young
people's meeting tit 0:30 i jr. All
ure cordially Invited.
M. E". Ciiuncir. Services will bo
held In tho M. E. church to-morrow
as follews: Morning, at 10:30;
Evening at 7:30, Sunday
school at 112 jr. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 0:30. All are
invited. Seats free. Rev. W.
Christian Cuuhch. Elder P.
R. Burnett, pastor. Preaching nt
10:30 n. in. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday
school at 12 in. Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
Evanoiji.icat. Cuuhch. Rev. .1.
M. Dick, pastor. Preaching onSun
dny at tho usual hour, 10:30 A. jr.
and 7:30 i. Jr. Sunday school at 12
"W. T. Grlswold, of Washington,
son of "Win. C. Grlswold, formerly
of Salem, was at tho Cliemekete
hotel this morning wlicro ho was
met by a Jouiinai. reporter. Mr.
Grlswold is chiof of one of tho two
parties which will soon begin the
work of surveying tho southeastern
part of Oregon, and they will get
up complete topographical maps of
all that section lying between the
summit of tho Cascades and tho
coast. These parties are sent out
here by tho U. S. Geological Survey
bureau. This bureau was established
about seven years ago by the gov
ernment, and now has over forty
surveying parties in tho Held. Mr.
Grlswold returned to Portland this
afternoon and will leave there for
Ashland to-morrow evening. Tho
topographical maps to bo mado will
be on a scale of four miles to the
inch, and aro for use in the interior
and war departments.
John F. Swift of California will
open the campaign for the republi
cans in Oregon, in opposition to J.
P. Irish, at Ashland on Monday
next. Ashland May 11, Grant's
Pass May l, Roseburg May 17,
Baker City May 10, Union May 21,
Ln Grande May 22, Pendleton May
23, Snlom May 25, Eugene May 20,
Albany May 28, Corvallls May 20,
Dallas May SO, McMinnville May
31. It will bo remembered that Mr.
Swift was tho republican nominee
for governor in California In 188(1.
flood Send On.
Mr. T. I). Porter, formerly In the
mechanical department of TiiuOAr
iTAi JouitNAi, on Monday will
start out on a canvassing tour
through the county, mid to wrlto
up tho towns ho visits. Mr. Porter
has had oxHirIcucc in this business,
he Is energetic and alert, and we
look to Ids giving a good account of
himself. Any favors extended to
him will be duly appreciated by tho
y Cbii Jlrfllnj,'.
Thy German Baptist, (or Dunkurd)
Brethren will hold their camp meet
ing at Maolwiy, Marlon county, Or,,
commencing June 10th, holding
over the following Sunday. All who
rosisHit religious services are heart
ily Invited to come and hear.
A line lut or 'trial r'rultn.
Dried iieutitrlutM, iienchu, nprl
oottf, tHMtrs, apple), blackberries,
prune, plums, etc., eto. The llnwt
ever brought luto this market at S.
lrwr fc Co'n.
Highest ewth prlfW -mid fur
in tli Opem HtHHwuloek.
Archbishop Lynch died in Toronto
yesterday of congestion of tho lungs.
Hon. Robt. M. Me La no, minister
to France, leaves Havre to-day on
tho steamer La Rretnguc, for Now
York. He will make a short stay
Emperor Dom Pedro, of Brazil, is
lying sick at Milan, Italy, and Ids
recovery is despaired of.
The Pratt County, Kansas, Nation
al Bank was entered at noon yester
day by thieves, nnd robbed of $1010,
nil In currency, Tho cashier's mo
mentary absence enabled the thieves
to elleet an entrance by kicking a
pane of glass out of a window.
' llou't Kxporimi'iit.
You cannot allbrd to waste time
in experimenting when your lungs
nro in dauge. Consumption always
seems at llrst only a cold. Do not
admit any dealer to Impose upon
you with some cheap imitation of
Dr. Kind's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds, but be
sure you get tho genuine. UccaUHo
he can make more prollt he may
tell you he has something just as
good, or Just tho same. Don't be
deceived, but Insist upongettingDr.
King's New Discovery, which Is
giiiinteed to give relief in all throat,
lung and eliest directions. Trial
bottles free at H. W. Cox's drug
store. Large bottles $1.
A Truly (liT.it Invention.
Vo desire to call tho attention of
our readers to a most excellent and
ingenious device, invented by Dr.
J. 11. Vincent, president of.
Chautauqua college, it is known as
ing Board and Writing 'Desk," and
must be seen tobo appreciated. It Isa
simple, compact nU'alr, just the
tiling for each family whoro there
aro children to educate and amuse
and an indispensable help In every
primary school. Fred M. Campbell,
stato superintendent of public in
struction of California, says of It.
"I am very sure that any family
that secures one of these Inexpensive
articles through this word of mine,
will always bo grateful to mo for
calling attention to it." Mr.
Hoopongarner is now in Salem and
will call on our citizens, after which
he purposes making a canvass of the
county. Bo ready when ho comes
to glvo your order. Price only $1.50.
A Su'imi i.t'h'al Opinion.
E. Bainbrldgo Munday Esq.,
county ntty.,Clay county, Tex., says:
"Have used Electric Bitters 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 electric bitters saved Ills
Mr. I). L "Wllcoxson, of Horso
Cave, Ky., adds a like testlmonoy,
saying: Ho positively believes ho
would have died, had it not been
for Electric Bitters.
This great remedy will ward oil",
as well as cure all malarial diseases,
and foridlkldnoy,llvernnd stomach
disorders stands unequnled. Price
50c. and $1. at H. W. Cox's.
There will Ikj a special meeting of
Sedgwick Women's Relief Corps at
their hall In tills city Tuesday ovon
lng, May 15th for the transaction of
legal and other Important business
All members aro requested to bo
present. K. A. Byars, Prosldont.
nurklrn'a Arnlr.i fialre.
The best salvo In the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, mid all skill erup
tions, and positively euros plies, or
no pay required. It Is uuamnteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 26 eontH por box.
For sale by Dr. H. W. Cox.
Tlie brtb KxhalN 1'oUvn.
The Hlr la lorallUe wlmre veffetutlon, rot
tod hy rrwliebi, In lutil Iwra to the sun's
royn hy the retiring iUmmI. MIIIIoiw or
Mlimrii uortM, la the vlulnlty orthexreKt
trlhutMiiM or the MlamlMtippI uml Mhwotirl
In theHoiillt hiwI Hoiitli-wtait, filve forth
tliU fevr-U((Iuu iiiltwniHtlc vu)Mir, (lUuHtiiil
imtliMf uwlMrlMl iHwtllencA broHiIamtt. Not
only throiiKhout the Krwt Went, but wher
ever on thl Miiitliiuat fever Mini mjuo
inakeii 1W iwrliMlle HpimHrunoa miu! wlmt
looHllty U wliolly e.xeiat from IIT IIm
letter'HHtoiiwch Itltteni lit the reoilel
defeiDw, the iniMt highly ttocreillit hikI )mi
utur iihwim of en re. I'ever wml Htfue, bll
Iouk remittent, dumh sguo Minlimue aHke
HfertMlUlHl ly It. Nor U It low potent
when UcmI to raioov uin-tliittUon, liver
oiilnt slid dyiMlH, kldn' Ifoublw
imvuiUMiwwawl rueuinUe HllliMHta. Uo
UMiMHitlteHret HiMHWninM of tbM Ikm
blM, wild with iientUleuce.
a- Mu m an Immmh, Anw fc loScfii I