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SAL,EM, OR., MONDAY, MAY 14, 1SSS.
Geoav. belt, attorney at law
and District Attorney. Ofllcc at court
RAMSEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
and Counselors at Law. Business in
t he Supremo Court a 8 pecialty. Salem, Or.
3I1ILM0N FORD, ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon,
fflce, up stairs In Patton's block.
HAW & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
Law, Salem, uregou. uiuce in rnuons
!c, up 6tairs over Bolt's drug store.
WM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Salem, Oregon. Office with Tilmon
Ford, in Patton's building. Will practice
In all the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land ofllco business a specialty.
T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office over Capitol National
ink, 219 Commercial street, saiem, ur.
ecialties in Fruits
First National Bank ,
PH. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
sclor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
nn abstract of tho records of Marlon coun
ty Including a lot nnd block Index of Sa
lem, bo has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
CAPITAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. O. G. T.,
meets every Saturday evening, in their
ball, second door north of Post Office. G.
Jso. ICniqht, Sec H. S. Jony, W. C. T.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
surgeon, will open an office In tho New
Bank Block, on May 1st, for tho treatment
of all diseases of women, nnd all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic nnd not
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
Dried Peeled Peaches,
WM. N. LADUE, -DR.
JOHN MOIR, - - .
- - - Cashier,
The World Looked- atThroqgh tlio
Dust of a Flyin? Train.
A PltOHl OX THE W1X0.
Exchango on Portland, San Francisco,
New ork, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. Stato, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
Invited to deposit tmd transact business
with us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property nt
reasonaDiO rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank in
most reliablo companies.
Residence for Sale.
Willis & Chambcrlin have a deslrnblo
lioue and lot. most eligibly located on
Hlah street, lint block north of Court
House, for sale nt SISjO. A good opportu
nity to secure n homo in n convenient location.
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
201, Commercial Street
ESTABLISHED I1V NATIONAL AUT1I01UTY.
TlieCapital National Bank
SALEM, - - -
Capital Paid up, - -
Surplus, - -
- - 9,500
Friends Jostled With--Notes
by tho Way.
A good iron fraino Horse Power. Good
for all uses, from ono to full capacity. All
for the low price of ?U0. call at tho Pacific
Cider, Vinegar & Kruit Preserving Com.
pany's office. Salem, Oregon.
103 acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
agood road, from Salem, 143 acres in culti
vation, balance in timber. Well watered,
good $1000 house of 8 rooms, modem to barn,
well ot tho door ; all fenced nnd n thrifty
joung orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasture grass, and 07 acres In grain. Pur
chaser can have liberal terms to harvest
PRICE $4000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to tho farm and save agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
The Reliable Grocers,
KELLER & SONS,
Arc Still on Top,
Renewed Life !
Increased Patronage !
New Goods 1
join uio procession nnd send m your
orders we will treat you tine.
Everybody speaks In praise of our canned
goods. They cannot bo supassed In quality.
R. S. WALLACE. - - President.
V. "W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. y. Martin.
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other markets
ablo produce, consigned or in store,
either in private granaries or
Stale and County Warranto Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonablo rates. Drafts
arawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
r luiicircu, X'urumui, JjOUllOU, t'ariS, lie
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
FOR SALE or RENT !
Look nt our display wlndowsns you pass.
They aro filled with delicious tilings.
For tho Ladles : Call nnd examine our
LaboiSaving Carpet Sweepers four styles.
Feather dusters always in stock.
Jamaica Bananas, direct from New York,
Big fellows nnd very Juicy.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality or
tell and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
S AUS AG B.
Soon after boarding the O. R. &
N. train, who should take his seat
beside me but that irrepressible
prohi, (former democrat,) the ex
postmaster of Silverton? John re
cently sold out his business nnd
resigned his Nasbyship to try
Eastern Oregon, or 'Washington
Territory, his health not being
robust. Ho goes toRltzville. Close
to us was a grand daughter of one
of our old preachers, Father J. K.
Rule, of Gilroy, Cal., going with her
niuuandand family to tho same
place. A Forest Grove good tem
plar and prohi, and L. W. Robert
son, of Independence, (brother to J.
P. Robertson, of your city,) were
also on board. Mr. R. was going to
look after his stock ranch near
ALONCl THE MAJESTIC COLUMBIA
tho ride is very pleasant till you
pass Tho Dalles, which shows signs
of growth nnd improvement. Then
the sand blows so as to penetrate tho
cars, and sometimes to stop the
trains as effectually, as snow drifts.
Indeed, the sand Is fenced against,
as snow is on eastern roads. Chinese
and white men, wearing goggles to
Well watered and plenty ol timber. Two
noues nnd two bnrns. Good orclftird.
Meadow nnd 150 acres plow land. Fifty
bead of cattlo with the place if wanted, and
horses enouch to run it. Within Ave miles
of depot on the O. & C. R. U. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal,
FOR SALE 2SS ACRES,
Kln cultivation, uOncros good timbor.bal
ance pasture; 100 acres In fall wheat, 25
acres in oats, nnd M in notntoos. House.
barn, orchard, etc Two miles north of
wuem, may bo divided; price, $50 per aero,
twins easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor. State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
HEAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis k Chamberlain.
) acres. 3 mil fmm Kiilnm. hiirlilv
lot, good houso and barn, Kast 8a-
., lem 2500
lot, tlnely shunted- 1760
" ucrtM, zs nines irom cuiioin, wen
Improved, am 'bo divided into 3
or four tracts 10,000
0 acres, 8 miles from south of Salem,
fair Improvemements,rlno timber
and water 3250
1 block of land, 8 houses, rent for J12
each, pays Interest on Jiouu 3000
to acres 3k miles south of Kulera, fair
4 acres, adjoining city limits, in
.. meadow:. 1200
1 'ot, good house nnd barn, adjoining
court house block 18M
1 acre, Salem, new house and barn,
Plenty of smnll fruit 2000
The foregoing Is but a partial list of the
bargains we have to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
, Grange Store
Salem Co-fljieralivo Association
V. of II.
3-Tho CLEANEST kept market In tho
city. Cull and see for younclf.
MCCROW &. WILLARD.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, nnd delivered to
nny part of tho city at lowest living rates.
Please give us your patronage.
ALL KINDS OK
JAMES AITKEX, Manager.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
WAll kinds of fresh nnd cured inoats
nl ways on hand. Full woight and nfequaro
deal all around.
126 State St.,
- - SALEM, OR.
Cash Grocery Store,
ISAAC S. STEINER, Proprietor,
124 v State v St., Salbsl
STOVES AND TINWARE!
Rooliog and Spouting a Specially.
43-At the old stand of Hen. Strang, Com
protect their eyes, nro kept busy
shoveling oil tho tracks. Timber la
scarce hero and tho only grass Is of
tho bunch variety: tho green sod of
tho Willamette being missed, and
tho landscape dreary in aspect. At
Bonneville dinner is announced an
extra good meal being served, in
cluding chicken, strawberry pie,
and ico cream for dessert. Hut you
receive only 2o cents change for
your dollar on passing out.
At Arlington, supper. Hero wo
stop to talk politics in tho M. E.
church, air. Frank McFarland, a
prominent merchant, who used his
full intluonco to carry tho county for
tho amendment, and, with tho aid
of others, grandly succeeded, opened
tho church, lighted up and rang tho
bell. A good sizedaudlenco listened
so well, that wo came near staying
with them too long to catch the 0:20
train for Echo.
Sir. McFarland is tho publisher's
friend. "Without soliciting outsido
of his store ho lias secured over 100
yearly subscribers, "cash down," for
tho Pacific Express, tho organ
of tho prohibition party. A good
many prohibition votes can bo
counted on in June and November.
Mr. Maschor decided tostayovor till
the next afternoon, so as to hear ono
more straight prohi speech.
Hero wo discovered Henry Clymer
and brother, of Marlon county, who
are stock ranching hereabouts, tho
former having taught school tho
past season; lie looks fat, sun-
browned and hearty. They accom
panied us to tho train.
The last Methodist pastor, Rro.
Doweoho, was a Willamette Univer
sity student. You find them re
flecting credit on tho Institution
considerably, like the oaks near tho
const of Southern California. Tho
largo stocks of barbed wire at tho
stores betoken the scarcity of
Tho contrast between primitive
and modern methods is well ex
emplified on tho river. Yonder aro
tho Indians, patiently sweeping tho
water for million, hour after hour,
with long-handled scoops or dip-nets,
while tho white man's llsh wheel.
turned by tho current, automatically
works day and night, picking up
uio iinuy prey aim inrowing u into
tho receptacle provided.
Arlington had a disastrous lire
recently, but is re-building, partly
with brick. Tho question whether
It can retain tho county seat, located
hero by Gov. Moody, on tho organ
ization of the newcountyof Gilliam,
will overshadow tho tariff, congress
ional, legislative nnd oven tho
presidential issues. Juno 4th -will
end tho agony.
Tho lodgo of Good Templars T had
tho pleasure of organizing, four yours
ago, is sun nourisning. Tiiero nro
lots of life nnd business in this grow
ing young town, but
Till: l'lir.VAT.KNCi: Ol' SALOONS,
nnd tho ninny stockmen, rouirh.
jolly nnd free hearted, who como In,
give it tho appearance of a frontier
or mining town, especially tho latter,
because It is built in the V. or irulch
where a laro valley narrows down.
to tho river. Among other improve
ments going on nro n lino reservoir
and water works.
At midnight reached Echo, named
by Mr. J. II. Kountz, after his
little daughter. It was too bad to
sco tho line Untiring mill with
$20,000 worth of now machinery,
propelled by n $.1,000 fiume, in ashes,
supposed to bo tho result of sparks
from n night locomotive engine.
J. W. W.
I'kxdi.kton, May 12th.
TUB KD1T0K TAKEN TO TASK.
Fewer Saloons Will Not Diminish the
Evils of tho hiijiior Tralllc.
From u conversation with our
heavy wheat-raisers to-day, says tlio
Pendleton Republican, wo learn
that tho outlook was never better.
Tho soil n half-inch below tho sur
face Is moist, nnd with ono good
rniu between now nnd Juno 1st, our
wheat crop will prove n heavy, one.
Tho Polk County Itemlzer gives
tho details of tho accidental killing
of W. R. Mnchctt, forcmnn of the
lumber ynrd nt La Camas. Tho
tilting of a car whilo being unloaded
on mo wnari, tnrow tno load on
this man, and his body was mnshed
from tlio shoulders downward. 1 lis
death wns Instnntnncous.
Hnrnoy Vulley Items: Ah Mr.
Thos. Rntes nnd family wero driv
ing over n bridge across Sllvles river;
foine fifteen miles southenst of Rums,
tho brldgo guvo uwny, upsetting tho
wagon in tho water. Tho lather
succeeded in rescuing all of his fam
ily except his second son, who was
drowned before ho could bo taken
lrom under tho wagon.
Ex-Senator Williams lielng asked
his opinion of tho prohibition vote
In the state nt tlio coming election,
snld: "My opinion is that the whole
vote will not bo any larger than It
wits two years.'ngo.nnd it Is doubtful
If It is as largo. A numberof avowed
prohibitionists In Clackamas county
whoio I havo Just been, say that
tlioy will support tho republican
..A full stock of
Eut Side liberty, oppJOpera Home,
S. B. WVTICINS, -f Prop.
S-Mwt alt bears bom So to . -
Groceries, Canned Goods, Fresh Vegetables,
Etc, Just received a nice article In
New -:-Orleans -:- Baking-:- Molasses.
TO WHOM 1TMAY CONCKRN-NO-I
tlco In hereby given thai the under
signed has been appointed administrator
of the estate of It A. Geaner late of said
county, deceased, by the honorable county
court orthe state of Oregon, for the county
of Marlon. All penons bavins claims
against said estate are hereby required to
present them with proper vouchers to the
six months fiuni the date of this notice.
inderslgned at the
of J.J. Mu
Jriswold's block. Salem. Oregon, wi
FAimAR'H BLOCK, HTATK STUKKT,
An kinds of Furniture made to order.
A full line of Casket ulways on bund.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- BL, bet. Kerry and Mate.
SHAVING, HAIIt CUTTING AND
HbampoolOK neutty done.
Administrator of said estate.
Balem, Offu, May 11, lit.
LEAVB OKDKItH AT UlXCSTH UV
err Htable. corner of Htate and Front
streets, or on slate at corner State and Com
mereial streets. lrompt attention and
W. A. BKN80N.
N A NAM Iff
Considerable, BliakHporo (or
Bacon) to tho contrary notwith
standing. TIiIh place wns formerly
called Alkali, but that was too mig-
gestivoofthe nature of tho noil in
tho neighborhood. Now It Ih a
county Beat, it Ih culled, more
euphemistically, Arlington. Juntas
Httiigtown, In tho California mining
region, now alma to push into
oblivion Hh lynch law history, by
dubbing itself Flncerville; and as tho
lovely Island of Van Dleman's Lund
veils Its old name, bo bukkohUvo of
convict days, in the more euphon
ious ono of Tasmania. Gov. Moody,
whom we espied at Tho Dullta
depot, has a warehouse hore.
In sheltered spots the pouch
grows thriftily, but whero the wind
cuii catch the trees they bond over
Hurklen'a Arnica Salts.
Tho bust salvo In tho world fo.
cutH, bruises, sores, ulcers, sultrheum,
fover sores, teller, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, nnd nil skin erup
lions, mid positively cures piles, or
no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
wfunded. I'rleo 25 cents per box.
For sale by Dr. II. W. Cox.
Tbe IJolMtront Atlantic
Is it terror tn timid voyagers, scarcely lomt
on uceount of the perils of tlio deep tliiin
the almost certainty of S&-1 slclcnuwi. The
best cunttlvo of mul do mor Is IIosttttor'H
Btomaoh Hitters, which settles tho stom
ach at once and prevents Its disturbance,
To all travelers ami tourists, whether by
sea or land, It presents a huppy medium
between the nuiiHoous orlnclfectuul resour
ces of the medicine chest, and the problem
atical bencflt derivable from an unincdl.
cuted ulcoholle stlmulent, no mutter how
pure. Tho Jurrlni; of u rullroud cur often
produces stomuchlo disorders akin to that
caused by tho rolling ofu ship. For this
tbe bitters Is a prompt and certain reme
dy. The use of bruvklsh water, particu
larly on lone voyuges In tho tropics, Inevit
ably breeds disorders of the stomuoh uud
bowels. Hosteller's Htomuoh Hitters mixed
with Impure water nullifies its Impurities,
Hlmlktrly It counteraets malarial and oth
er prejudicial Influences of ollmute or at
mosphere, as well as the effects of expos
ure und fatigue. Take It for kidney com
plaints, rheumatism and debility.
kv. Capita i, Jouhn.u,: "Want
of time rather than want of heart has
proven tod of Into my Inking part in
political discussion through the
columns of tlio Jouhnai,. Rut, T
think your article in Saturday's is
sue entitled "Tho Crosby License
Rill,", ought not to escnpo fnlr criti
cism. In tlio llrst place, nn nrtlele
Intended to appeal to tho judgment
and intluonco the action of intelli
gent men should be froo from deris
ive and abusive epithets, such as
"cold water disciples" and "fanatical
followers". Second, such an article-
should bo consistent; that Is, Its sev
eral statements should not contm-
dlct ono another. Tho following
pairs of statements seem to the
writer to fall short of this require
ment: "The legislature or New! York on
ncted a license law, which tlio gov
ernor vetoed. Would it not have
been wise in theso cold water disci
ples toallow this bill to pass?"
'"I'lw niM,io!H..ii (. lilu ....,C.l
measure (ltd not como chleriy from
thowhlskyiutorcst. Tho whls
kyites wero stirred with a fear such as
had never possessed their souls be
fore, declaring that high license
would take the bread from thou
sands of small dealers,"
Third, such an article should not
bo weak enough to assume as a basis
for argument, or as a reason of de
nunciation, what is not admitted to
bo true. Tlio statement, therefore,
that "Tho money that would bo
saved to tons or thousands of homes,
and the contort that would bo
gained by multitudes of wives and
families now kept penniless by tho
debauchery of tho bar-rooms, wa
never heeded in tho selfish clamor,"
is totally wllhoutpolnt, whether In
tended as a charge ugainst the
'whlskyllcs' or tho 'cold ,vater disci
ples'. And for these reasons, high
license will ho sure either to Increase
the cost or whisky to tho consumer
or to cause It to be wretchedly adul
terated, ir tlio first result follow, what be
comes of the "money that would bo
saved?" Would not tho "wives und
families now kept penniless by the
debauchery of tho bar-rooms" sllll be
"kept penniless"? Rut ir tho sec
ond result follow, what would be
come of the "comfort that would bo
gained?" The truth is, whilo high
license will diminish the number of
saloons, It does not follow that it
will diminish tlielr power for evil.
You further say: "Tho spectacle of
avowed temperance reformers Jolu
imr with liiiuor dealers to defeat a
measure designed to relievo tho truf
fle or Its worst features, is shocking
to tho sense of every reasonablo
man." I reply tho question or what
a measure Is adapted to do, Justly
has more weight with "avowed tem
perance reformers" then what It Is
designed' to do. We are very sure
(hat any license law, low or high, is
not adapted "to relievo the trallle of
its worse features." These worse
features are Inherent In thotrafllc it
self. The saloon Is naturally a
school or vice will the Immoralities
it teaches be less liunnful because
the tuition Is higher? The saloon Is
the natural parent of pauperism, in
sanity and crime. High license may
'render her hideous ollsprlng legltl
niute can It make them less mon
strous in essential character? Tho
saloon Is now the chief stronghold
or political corruption; behind her
screens, the brlbe-glver anil bribe
taker meet; In her dark corners tho
'goods' are delivered and tho'boodle'
Is paid. Can license relievo the
trnlllo of these features? Rut 1
think further argument were a
needless waste or words.
Tlio permission or government,
however obtained, cannot make
right what is essentially wrong. No
government has the right to barter
for revenue the health and safety
and virtue or her (icople.
T. C. Johv.
8ai.km, May 14th.
for llouiewires la I'onnMer.
Table cutlery, crockery, dishes,
glassware, silverware, lumps In large
assortment, lurs, crocks, etc, etc.,
nil at IhhIiocJc prices, at H. Farrar t
We Tell Yu 1'Ulnly
That the best place to buy your
clothing Is of G. W. Johnson, the
clothier. Gent's furnishing goods
in every variety.
HT. HKI.KN, PIANO TUN Kit ANI
store, Htate street, Halein, Or.
repairer. All work warranted.
Untve orders at T. McF. I'uttou's book