"n, , , m EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY, MAY II, 1H8H. jtum- avi:ktisbmknts. OKNIIItAI, inii:crouv. iuvitB OMevr.l.AXl)..- Prld-nt Tt. K. Hayakii.. Hx;retry of itut 'MAM.H. FAlMCHIMi.llecratitryof 'Traswur) W. T. VILA HMTMarjr f lhi Interior. W'H. C. KKDIOOTT Hecrotarr of War H.C. WniTMIty Heeretnrjr of X 1. M. IMCKIKMOM I Hurt M(it-r Ocneral A. II. aAKI.AKU. Attorney (itsvrrnt MoMKIftOK It. WAITis Chief Juntlw KUIt f Oregon. lii'.&'iVw;,": v. h.hmmh.1 Hihokk IIkkmann ConereMinan ttrM'MTKH I'KNNorKK Governor. Oho. W. McIIkivk Secretary otHiMe. l. W. Wkhh Stale Treasurer. K. H. MrKi.Kor HttpU I'ub. Instruction Fmamk r. llAKKH .Htate l'rltllT. H.n. KTHAIIAX ) W. P. 1ikk i-Jupreme Jud W W. TilAVKK.-j Third JwJIclsl DUIrltt. K. I. HOMK, . .. JlldfC (). W. llMr.....I'raeeutltiK Atlorney Msrlon Count. M. U ClfAMKHI.Iff) J. A. INnr Htato BwiIOf J.JJ. DlMK'IC ) J.T. UNKOfl I). J. I'KWIII.KTOX., B. I.AYMAN A.M.I.AFIH.I.MTTr... W. H. CUM'kH.. C. P. IICJW M. It. CIIAI'MAN ..... CMYK. ilwiiuir. Mack . I)Hity Clerk. John Mintci Hhorlll. Kn. t'tuiiHAi DejHily Hlierlll. Arm ht (limr 'ireMurer. T. C. Hiiaw County Jinle H mil r W AHHlilT".::: -OmmMoum Omihor A. I'KKtll.M ttchool htiW IohmNkwdok . .Hurveynr (I. I'. l.iTciiwi!L7"""""H7iwJniior' (llr of Salem. J J. Mi'Hi'i-r Mayor A. II. JHIIK 11 aru .-.. ll. WltMAXK lot Wnrd. lm. Cdi.i.iwn ViiiI Wnnl .. ('. I,AI"OMKioil Ward... JAl-MlsriolMil Ward W. W. Hkinwkh rl Ward Km. IlwiH till Ward . it. N. IIitttow 4lh Wurd J. Mimicki.kk ttficonlor JAMWt lUM .MHfHlllll W.T. IIki.i TrwuHirur. Umi. n. IIinoiiam Attnrni-v, J. C. riniMiwM Muirtnf 8lreeU c. M.ciiuMiiu.t... c'iiifi:iigiiiiwn. r. i. II. H. Ofllrrrs. Jah.WAI.tiiv ... U. H. ('iiminliuiloner. JiMui'ii ALiiFHr.luiiitl HervleeOlwervor. ..IlepresenUillve THE FOLLOWING List of Property is Offered For Sale -IJV TllK- alinntlt ; ;ni; A CRICK Br THE BACK. CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW CONSULTS SIR HENRY THOMPSON. OREGON!! LAND! COMPANY Ji ' ' tti"'"1""""8"" ! a a gsgaggsaesaa L'oiillfllinci. Nl:V AI)KU'I JSCMK.VIi, PROHIBITION COUNTY TICKET, I'llOIMI. M. M1LLKH. I'Iiiwiiikntiai. ni.Kcioiis, T. V. CAMIMIICIiL, II. I'. KAMI' J)t. A. C. KINNKY. KlU'lllMltNTATIVIH. T W DAVKNI'OH'r Bllvurlon. W'M SIMl'SON, Sllvurlon. II SJOUY, South Fiilum .1 I) DAIMIY, Sublimity. .1 CUIBmSUHAUT, (JllUIIIMHg. miiiitiri'. AhlCX THOMPSON, FllVurton. CI.IIIIK. W I HAY, WiKxlburn. liuniitiiiiit. Vllttill II iucad; Tiirnor. TltH.ium:it. W V JOHNSON, Siloni. CIIOOI, BUI'KIIINTUXIIKXT. W T VAN SCOY, JulttllMIII. LOUIS HAU55I5IC Jutlbixtn. COJIMIMIOMtlte. J I) 1IUHS,P, Aimtm. III6NHY OUI.VIN, Mttrluu. .UHVHYOK. K A POHI), WWMllHltll. C0NO.NKK. W H MAUKIW, ktii. BlxliTBTossBiiT" hum ,tu IN STOVES, RANGES, 1. flerw,8JHl!i!tof8ilverlCHi; $1W). t IMfterw, onelwlf Jit culllvRlkHi, murII orcltarclj $VW. g. fl Bcrw, U Keren In eiilllrotloii, 6 mile fmm rHllrotid, IK inlleti from jkmI olllce; WV. I. W) HPri,lW ere In cultivation, good lmllilliwit.lerore. 6. 10 Heron, IS Here In cultivation, email liotiMr, !lli. Sold. 7. 0 HPrwi, a acren In cultivation, small Ikmiko, W mlle fnim BHlein; WY, one lmlfcHMli. & ThOHerwiJirtHcrBHinciilllvatlon, remain der IIkIiI limber, (rood liouiw, kimhI or chard, u mile from rMllroad; pan. - Sold. 10. Jro-9HQacrMi, ISO acrwi In cnlthatlon, two ortflutrdx, U mile from Salem. 11. tirio-aWi acre, amarren In culllvatlon,- Italanee light Umber, W iIIm from Walem. Sold. fmo)-a)aer, acre In cultivation, one half mile from steamboat land- 11 lug. II. I17.G0 iwr acre, tBfl nimiu ccnmY ImiilLA T ni:i7. ic"j nviwigiruu nuu-'i'i rtMitiN g'xm osrii. ono uhii mne iruni 19. ttleamboNt landing, Sold. 18. i) jar arre, jirrcw, 'good houiso mul Imm. 17. 81 aoren, 2 mllui from Salem, $ icr acre, m arrea in cuiiivntioii. lK Sold. Hi. 200 acri-H, 111,000, all outtlxatcd, lino ijullillyd. '. ary) arien, 170 aerea lo culllvatlon, good orchard and buildings, twoo. Sold. Sold. f I. IIH arrw, all cilltlviiloilj W 'JI. ltouiwnnd lot on Oommcrclul !.; J80O. Sold. l JVOHcriw.llnriificiiltlvHleil, laOprumo trHi, fii) iieacti tretw, M) wnr Iremi, uerHofhow,KOOilbulldliiK; JlO.UHl. It. Sold. 'X. WacrtM, oiiuliHiriucuUlvHtloii,$flX). '. lloUMiaml lot InSulem; JM). .1(1. llmiwiicl lot In Halem; NU II. )iu'r otifnill Imid, X mllrts fromSa- If in; NO pcriirrti. St. KUIol In HlUer Pallidly; S(wrh. M. (U iicnw, 1 mil cultivation, $M ht acre. .11. ) acrtw, 1WI In ciilllnttlou, Kood tm- liniM'iiu'iiti'; JIO.iui, tn- Sold. w. Willnlrawn. RT. lOaertwoJ fruit laud, IW lullea fnmi.su. lem; MU .K JM aciwi, IH mllm from llniwinvlUo, 1M ciM lit cultlvallou, xixid build- lliipt, JHR Hr aeiv. . 57atrw.Hll culthiilwl, Uh liiilldliigN, IS UillW rrom Hnlviu; MU). HI. Iklaerw adJolulUK MhIkiii ton u lle; SUO. II. 'AJ'iciilllvilwllmul,ltlil)iillilliiu, 1 mile from Salem; ttn. II Ilk ann eulllvalwl laud, without UulHllug-.ou milt) iron) Salem ihw ullUw, sTvi). II S aiwwt, one mile from Salem; IJft er ar. II. MairM,lUmlla from Salem, one half In oiilUvallonj U II IaI tut CaplM lUwl, at from liw.to 0 aaeti. I l aerw, ft mile ifrom SMlem; SIT.S ier acre. IT. Waewn.aH In a good tat,,if Mtlttxa lUm; Saul. 4j. ISacres fruit land, iXntlles from Salem . Waerea cultivated land, IX miles from Salem; SfWOO. CO. 10 aerea, IK "dies from Halem, all culti vated, with buildings, SBUW. 61. 12 acre fruit land, IX miles from Salem; pm. 8& 00 acres, 2 acres In cultivation, house and barn, S7U0. 63. $16 00 620 acres, aW acres In cultivation, ood liotiw, barn and orolmrd. 61. UOacrea of fruit land, 4X miles from Sa lem; pm 55. 320 acres, IN) acres In cultivation; XXX). M. 1 17 acres, 80 acres In cultivation, $1200. 67. 10 acres of fruit land, i miles from Sa lem; $300. Withdrawn. 59. S12JW per acre, 120 acre. W). 6 acres of fruit land, IXmllos from Sa lem; S160. 01. acres, all cultivated; S10,W0. 62. SO acres, $KO0, 711 acres In cultivation good hoiiKO and burn. . 2 acres of fruit land, miles from Sa lem; MG. 01. Saw mill and grist mill; f 1000. 116. 100 acres, 80 acres III cultivation; 92601). 69. 1 acreof fruit laud, IX miles from Salem; j-w. 07. IflOacres, 8 tulles fmm Rllverton; 8eX). W. 26 acres of fruit land, IX miles from Sn 1cm; J7TiO. 80. 10 acres, IX miles from Salem, all culti vated; Jim 70. 130 acres, near McIiiiiuh.GO ncriH culti vated, house, bam, orchard, etc; SOW. 71. 18 acres, near Aumsvlllp, 2 ncriM In ber ries, UU fruit trees, good bulld'gs; S12U0. 72. I20aci-es; M. 7X. "8 acres, wlUi buildings; SI300. 71. HO urn, house and orchard; Sfioo. 70. 120 acres, 100 acres In Kniss, buildings; S20 per ncru. 7a lOi) acres, oiehnrd and biilldlngHjjaxx). " Sold. TS- Sold. 711. GO acres, adjoining Salum, II") lots laid oil) 810,000. 80. 210 actus, 110 acres cultivated; SflOUO. 81. 01.' acres, bulldlUKs and UOiu-rcscultl- inlvil; )12l)crucie. 82. 0IX acres, XcultlMited; S1UO0. 8. 20 acres of fruit land, L mllos from Sa lem; fVX). 81. IX) uores, orchard and building', $7tX). 85. 318 neriH, arx) acres cultivated, orchard nndbulldlUKs, Siv'iio. fid. KM uores, M ucnw cultlMilcd, orchard ami building; SUM). 87. 26 acres of fruit laud, IX miles from Sa lem; JTTiO. 88. 2W) acres, IK) aures 'cultivated, building; jnoui! 8. 51 acres, OX miles from Salem; $1800. IM. WWaeies, lmculllvatcd; SHXXl. HI. Hotel In Sublimity, tti. Store building In Aumsvllle. IM. 2tffaerus, 60 acres cultivated; JtKXXl. 1)1. House and lot on CoiiinierclnlJ..; SXX). Itt. ) hi'imm, all cultivated, i mlerirom S ilom; 8S00. tM. 20 acres, IV iiiIIhs from Salem, Iioum, Isirn. dr) house, mid large erchard: HXH T. 10 acres, IX miles from Salem, wllli house; JIKX1. IK 10 acre., IW miles from Salem, with large orchard; gotxi. W. lOaeresoffriilt laud, IX miles from Sa- lm; x(. UXl. I1) acres Improved (arm at from JtC til ier acitij know u as the Aukciiv farm. We have, ali. all the Silcli iKtiiuiuiiv't nil'iiw for wile. Ilelngsold under fir oliwuw of morMWjies, lher' oltetiH on very reasonable term. Til u4 ripw Watt, IMStataSt., .. . SALEM, OR. THE OREGON LAND COMPANY Ar. biu lugaad Mtliucilbml l-Utiend;w.U lake .aeonure la h.iwlng bojer.unVi.nw. eny lathvlNvla. OlHeelii .i r- Bank Block, Throo Doore South of 1st National Bank, MUUHtM Wtr NO. 8 lUll tfulm MMNjrianifetMaiMd (vmmtmmwI. ir oil)' A KWMv immUoT nininil kMtttac Ortp llnihrav m fo$m WMI'ANV Hlw RmU" mzsmsz HMSUai (MHMttUl tiUkiHaW. W4M lsUw la OMAHA, KHll W PAlI, rt r t'barjcr nj Wltstat Ckwr, er 4.T. JUvvt. Q. I, a T aR I-:. I-I. BELLINOER, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS I A IjJ IC N 'V If O U A. U MAXWftl, a P A T. A. u. h. imeNi, i mim. D. M. OS BORN & GO'S; Sled Frame Bindei Mowers anil Hubs! KUSSELLJS CO'S Ccfalcil Bqgfne and New'Hlj'cloiie" Tliraslicr; A Wl Skd if hm ik! Spring Wipts, l!gi iri Cal Norwegian Walking or Riding Cultivator, Etc. SO. II STATU STItKWl'. SAl.KM, OIIRJOK. WeTen Dollars for an lliperlence vrlth One of Itojaltl's riiyslclan Inqulrj Concerning Dally HnblU An Explnna (Inn The Doctoi'i Good Advice. Preident Cbnuncey M. Depow. of the New York Central, who had been knocked out by an effort to speak at an average of five dinners 6 week, Is now in good form again. When ever any Important thing is uppermost in Mr. Depew's mind he is pretty sure to develop o tf.irv that exactly meets the situation. He says himself that he prefers stories that com naturally in this way, anu u no nas nau any success as an entertainjg:, it is because h tells his on .i stories instead of repeating those that are told to him. The consequence of hi! being asked an average of 100 times a day about his health, and when he expects to be well enough to undertake Ids regular daily dinner sieecli, is that lie has furbished up his memory in regard to an experience he had in London last summer when he became a patient of Sir Henry Thompson, and It makes a very interesting tale. "Sir Henry Thompson, you know," he says, "is perhaps the swcllest physician in Europe, While I was in London I met a friend one nioniinc; who told me he was going to Sir Henry Thompson's. ' 'What does he chargof I asked. " 'Two guineas is his fee,' said my friend. "Well, that was only $11, nnd it struck me that $11 wasn't much to pay for an experi ence with ono of royalty's physicians, so I said: 'I will go along, too.' Well, I went to a house in the West End of town, was shown into a waiting room by a liveried servant, who cnnio in tho course of time and said the doctor was ready to see me. I found tho old gentleman in his study, and be roso and took my hand and asked mo my name, and said, to my astonishment, that ho knew me. WHAT WAS THE MATTER, " 'Oh,' ho said, 'I havo often heard of you. You nro from America. What is tho matter with your "Well, thero wasn't anything the matter with me, but I had been thinking up what I should say when this question was asked, and I was all prepared. So I replied promptly, 'I have a crick in my back.' Well, )vo made me tell him all about that, and I in vented n pretty good series of such symptoms as I should suppose would accompany a crick In the back. He sat down and wrote in a large book w hat I told him, and then told me that he made it a practice to keep a full record of tho facts regarding tho physical history of each patient. So ho began at the beginning and nsked me about my birth and about my iwrents, w ho, as you know, were rugged country folks. Finally ho got down to my present daily habits. " 'Now, w hat do you do from morning till night' said he. - "I told him that I got up in the morning early, and that nt tho samo time friends nnd callers began to fill up my jmrlor and other rooms while I ate n breakfast of eggs and looked over tho morning paper. " 'Well, what do you do with all tho people that comor " 'I tnko them up, ono by one, and bounce them,' said L " 'What is that?' said he, " 'I sco each ono and llro him out,' said I. "Ho looked very puzzled, and I found that that Americanism was evidently too much for him, and explained what I meant. Thei, I told him I walked over to the ofllce, a dus txneoof two or three blocks, carrying with mo tho friends I had not dono with, and thci e louini n room full of people connected with tho railroad waiting to soo me. I spent the day then weing them and oilicials and em ployes of the railroad. I told him th.it I reached home an hour or so beforo dimier, had a littlo romp with my boy, nnd then made of my dinner what I always called a duly circus. "It required somo explanation to tnako Sir Henry Thompson understand what n daily circus meant, but I told him that my wifo n:.UI, and any others who happened to be uh us, did our best to be just as funny and jelly as we could during that meal, and that in the evening I went to my library and ivnd, or walked out to tho club, or w ent out je a dinner. Tho doctor put this all down in I laborious handwritiuc. and when I,n ,r,., to the last word that I lud said he laid down his pen and exclaimed: 'Good Ood, Mr Dope, you ought to have been dead' lone gorM Wlwn Mr. Dejmw gets to this point, his eyw sparkle so, ami he gesticulates with such beartiikM, that his hearers easily perceive that in that one remark he got his $11 worth " 'Why, what do you mean, Sir Heuryr I iVki-l,lil.. . i ....... ,, lun slwanioeior, -m all this bxnf tory of your life you make no mention or exwxjlso. "i ou are squandering thepatri raooyof those ruggl ancestors who gave you a strong constitution. You must not go , auy longw without exercim It doesn't mat ter what kind it is so much, whether you ride on lionwback, walk, or go through some form ' of manual exerrbw. but n.,u,i,in. .. .u. I on joja mu.t ilo. Let inn picture you to )ourlf as vtwvvM u it JOU(Jo cjj awl as you will be ( you uiX If you don't xrUe,t B0 or itt years you will have to retire from lmsiaew, a broken down, irrita- ims rrauKy om man, whom nobody loves vrbo .Wth many may not grieve over! Hut if you doexwvba you can continue to work long past that age. but if you have man a competency you can retire a rugged Warty, amiable old gnt wuan, defined for' a long life, a godsend to your friends, a wuro to yourwlf , an honored and thininc example to the community. "I thanked him," said Mr. Depew, "and shortly afwrward took my leave, well pleased with my experiment" "And do you take exerciser the. writer to "WeU," said Mr. Ueiwir. "I ti.... . romp with my boy, and I go up and dovrn stairs a great many Um a day. That doesnt heartily into tne spirit of a Ittth boy's iramel vo to irettlnjr dawn on r, if.rzri knee. and Baking teller you ar a umrc, adoffUagreat deal ot excrdse. Anrw It Is about all I eIkrtonHeraldr SdnveUvly ha, maj the wore or less later. eUng dtvvery aat the sealskin and .h. TlMwhaMnttoulnlrassWrUeajre. , brass g fw UrvUvana the Mwfgi lUgk Uira IfacW, ea ar atmMxae. J" urawtag rvwta In LosJml SuA eUrallyutrarvUaa7. NEAV ADIinTlSiaiENTS. A GREAT REDUCTION -AXD- AH AMAZING DISCOUK n fee if Capital Journal u Tho Cheapest Newspaper in Oregon! THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPE IN MARION COUNTY. Do you want a paper that you can with confidence take to votir fir fcidc as an Intimate friend; a clean, fresh and vigorous exponent of t truth; a foe to any system that builds up colossal fortunes for the few the expense of the many, or that reduces the farmer and laborer to sei dom? A paper that Will not descend to acrimonious personalities vituperation or abuse; but which depends on fair statement and reason'f. its weapons. A paper that dares treat its political foes with candor ar courtesy. Devoted to the material growth and prosperity of Salem Marion county, and of the fertile and wide extended Willamette valle' Using every legitimate means to convince the prospective settler and buj ness man of the advantages which, as residents, we all know full w exist; and, finally, a paper which recognizes the fact that tho reduction i the price of weekly newspapers on this coast, has not kept pace with tl reduction in the price of the great staples of commerce, and has bold! struck out forever from the stereotyped "terms" nt tho head of its co limns, the lowest price ever charged for such a paper in Oregon and lr, substituted therefor as low a price as was ever charged for such a papt In the world. Read Our Reduced Terms! WEEKLY, one year, 1.50. WEEKLY, six months, .$0.75. Now Head Our Discount for Cash! WEEKLY, one year, 51.00. WEEKLY, six months,- J0.50. WAS THERE EVER ANYTHING EQUAL TO IT? NOW K0LI IN THE NAMES, AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR ONE-THIRD OFF FOR CASH. Our Old Subscribers Now in arrears are urged to take advantage of our big discount, by set tling old accounts and joining the grand throng of one dollar subscribers Is there a blue mark in tho vicinity of this letter XJ ? Then uuderstan. you are now addressed. Blue is the emblem of faith tho faith we liavi hmHhat you will settle when reminded of your indebtedness. POSTMASTERS EVERYWHERE Are asked to net us our agents. Communicate with us. TO ONE AND ALL We say, send us your names. If you want to take advantage of our "one third otr for cash," and are not where you can get postal notes or other convenient method of remitting, send us your name nnd stato that yoi will remit at lint opportunity. This will ensure your being placed on tbe dollar list. THIS IS NOT A SPECIAL OFFER, 1" feoli,,i permanent reduction. We havo come to stay. Overland to California -VIA- Oregon i California Hail Road AND CONNECTIONS. THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE. Tlaie l!tU'cn Salem ami Sau Fiauclsco---Tblrli-slx Hours. CAI.iroRNlAKxl.Hai,s THAIX-DAILY. " Live and Let Live Paint Shop. "South. ) p. m. ttt p. m. :W a. m. I.v. Lv. Ar. Portland Salem Sau Trail. LOCAL OJorffiT Ar. 110:10 a. in. e. a. in, .6:80 p. m, I-AsoKNOKB TIIAINTV DXlLYEf. CHIT bl-XDAY). "AI" EX- MM a. m, 1:02 a. m 110 Mil. I.V. Lv. Ar. Portland Salem Kugenc Ar. I.v. Lv. SilS p. m, 1232 p. m. w o. Ill, HUNTLY & McFERSON, House, Sign AND General Painters. I'lLLMAX BUFFET ShEEPEItsT Kxetirslou Sleepers for second-claim iMB. senders on all hrough trkTns ftifS rc?ta,,V;,WL,?S!!F.JWk con- I jut "ii.ti rir..i i "i.uwir trains on the lWtlandf 'VUl0n tnna '00to, K "feet. West Side Division, Between Portland and Cervallis: DAILY-(EXCK1T 8UNDAYV Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and Decorators. All orders will receive prompt atteotlea. Estimates on all kinds of work In our U cheerfully given. Satisfaction guanuitew. Shop In Old Court House on Court stiw. Salem, Or. H. K. Dubois. Jo BoU8 Dubois brothers, Proprietors WpTm: Op.m. rxcxvr apjcpAr. Vv.lrtlcSrr Ar.McMlnnvlllftl.v. W0d,m: iclSa,iii. xr full tnfonnatton returdincr .- I'ROF. ITdUMOXD, Teacher of Music Ghemekefe Hob FREE BUS-, Sample Rooms for Commercial Travel Prom tl to IS per Uy. 8ALBM, . . OBBOON.