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SALEM, OR., TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1SSS.
BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
uuiuu ui iuun
( T and District Attorney,
BAJI8EY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
nnd Counselors nt Law. Business in
tue Supremo Court a specialty. Snlem.Or.
Office, up stairs In Patton's block.
I counselor at Law, Salem,
11 VW & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
i tjiw. Salem. Oregon. OUlce lu Patton's
lock, up stairs over ueus urug store.
. T RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY
iS Law. Ollleo over Capitol National
Bank, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
MSER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
rcgon. uuice wuu aiiiuuu
's butldinsr. Will nrnctlco
u,' "" - ,, .,.t..
In nil the COUriS 111 uruguu. uu;iiuu:
made. Land ollleo buslnebs n specialty.
Tord. in Pi
PH P'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
selor at Law, Salem, OroRoii. Having
in abstract of tho records of Mai ion couu
iV Including a lot and block inilox of Sa
lci'n, be has bpectal facilities for examining
title's to ical estate.
-UriTAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. O. G. T.,
( meets every Saturday evening, in their
hall second door north of Post Otlice. G.
JM. Knight. Sec.. II. H. Joiiv.W.CT.
HST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
repairer. All work warranted.
Lone orders at T. McF. Patton's book
store, State street, Salem, Or.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
surgeon, will open nn ollleo in tho Now
Hank Block, on Jloy 1st, for tho treatment
of nil diseases of women, and nil other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address boxlTO.Salem, Oregon.
Specialties in Fraits
First National Bank
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Tcrnac-rauce Sentiment rushing
Way into rmatilln County.
WM. N. LADUK, -DR.
JOHN MOIR, - -
- - - Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Fmnelcco,
New ork, Loudon and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Formers nro cordially
Invited to deposit unit transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, -wool, hops and other property at
reasouabio ratos. Insurance on such se
curity ram bo obtained nt tho bank In
most rellablo companies.
Residence for Sale
Willis A Chamberlin have a deslrablo
house and lot. most eligibly located on
High stieet, llrst block north of Court
House, for sale at SISuO. A good opportu
nity to 'sccuio a homo In a convenient location.
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
201, Commercial Street
I&TAIILISIIUD 11Y NATIONAL AUTH01UTY.
W .,. fl '
A good iron framo Horse Power. Good
for nil uses, from ono to full capacity. All
for the low price of SGO. call at tho Pacific
Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving Com.
panj's olllce. Salem, Oregon.
1(3 acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
agood load, from Salem, 113 acres In cultl-
atlon, balancoin timber. Well watered,
good 1000 house of S rooms, moderate barn,
well at tho door ; nil fenced and a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasture grass, and 97 acres in grain. Pur
chaser can havo liberal terms to harvest
PRICE 4000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to tho farm nnd savo agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
The Reliable Grocers,
KELLER & SONS,
Arc Still on Top,
Rknlwed Life !
Heavier Sales !
New Goods !
Join tho procession nnd send In your
orders wo will treat you (Inc.
1 IJ .... 1. 1
.' mi mi iv n mini i Kunir
llljJ II 1 11(1 J
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paiil up, - - - - 75,000
II. S. WALLACK, - - Prosldont.
W. W. MAIITIN, - Vice-FrONldent.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. JI. JIartlu,
Everybody speaks In praisoof our canned
goods. They cannot bo supnssed In quality.
Look at our display windows ns you pass.
They nro filled with delicious things.
K. S. Wallace,
J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Pntton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other markot-
uuio prouueo, consigned or In store,
cither In prlvato graunrlesor
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Tar.
Discounted nt rensonnblo lates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Purls, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
For tho Ladlos : Call nnd oxnmlno our
Labor-saving Cnrpot a weepers four styles.
Fonther dusters nlwujs in stock.
Jamaica Bananas, direct from New York
Big follows nnd very Juicy.
FOR SALE or RENT I
Well watered nnd plonty ot tlmbor. Two
houses nnd two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Fifty
head of cnttlo with tho place If wanted, nnd
horses enough to run it. Within tlvomllos
of depot on tho O. A C. It. It. A baignlu for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
KELLER & SONS,
FOR SALE 2SS ACRES,
225 in cultivation, 30 ncros good timber, bal
ance pasture; 100 acres In fall whont, 35
APfna It. ntta nn.l tf In nxnxno llititen
-...a ... .M.tQ.ttllll w III rkUIWSi ltuu.1.1
barn, orehnrd, etc Two miles north of
paiem, may bo divided; price, $00 poracre,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor, State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
) acres, s ml ten from Salem, highly
, , cultivated 88000
iou, good house and ban). Kftst Ha-
., lem 1B00
Jtote, lluely situated 17B0
w:re, nines irom Bfliem, -eii
improved, can be divided Into 8
nun or four tract 10,000
o acres, 8 utiles from south of Smein,
fair ImiHnvememenU.llne timber
and water S9G0
1 block ofland, 8 Uoueee, rent for (12
each.iiayii Interest on SHXJU 8000
M acre mile south of ftalem, Mr
acres, adjoining elty limit, In
,. meadow . 1900
i it, good Iioum and burn, adjoining
, court lxnice block 1
' a re, SeJem, new house and bam,
.Plenty of small firult- SOOO
. "fie ftMMotng U bat a partial list of tue
wrgaius T)iav to efltar.
WILLIS & CILtUIMSRLAIK.
0)ni Hous, Court Street, Snleni.
Salem Co-Operative Association
P. of H. ,
ALL KINDS OK
The SALEM MARKET
98 COUltT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality or
tell and Salt Meals !
And all kinds of
S ATJS AG K.
S-Tho CLEANEST lcopt market in tho
cuy. nu ami see lor yoursen.
MCCROW A "WILLARD.
1100, Coiiimercial St., Salem.
CHOICE BTEAKB & OTHER SI EATS
constantly on hand, nud delivered to
nny part of tho city at lowest living intos.
1'leas.o give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
126 State St.,
- SALEM, OR.
Eait Slat liberty, ape. Oetra Hv,
B WATKIN8, -:- Prop
.MfMOi at all batm, (torn te to c
Cash Grocery Store,
ISAAC S. STEINER, Proerieter,
liM Statu . St., v Sai.hji.
V full fcfcoek ot
GroMrific, (M GNtli, Kretli VogtiLIttt, I
Etc. Just received a nice artiole In
New -:-0rfean -:- Baking - M&lawet,
riV) WHOM IT MAY OONCKRN-NO-I
lie l Itereby given that Ute nndeiv
Mtfroed Imw been appointed admlniatrator
oTUte estate of R. A. Owner late of will
eountr. deeeated, br the honorable county
eourt of tbe Mate of Oregon, for tue ooant
ot Marlon. All persons liavlag etatina
again" aajd estate are hereby required to
present tuein Wliu proper vuueuen mi iiw
underelgued at the offli-r
D, C, Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREOON.
AS-AU kinds of frmli nnd cnrpil innnlM
nlwnys on hand. Full weight and nten uuro
acai an nrounu.
ji i.soi:r.it ni jo us.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Iloofiog and Spoaling a Specially.
3At the old btand of lien. Strang, Com
1 did not finish my notes in the
lotter forwarded to yon yttetcrdnv.
for four of trosmssing too greatly on
your space. At Eelio, wliero my
narrative left me, it is very dry and
dusty. Tho winter wheat froze,
and the spring wheat lias not had
snftlcient rain. Near town it looks
like California during a partial
drouth, and it keeps the Willamette
valley very green in one's memory.
I dropped ome of tho Oregon Land
Co.'s advertising cards around.
Fm t her hack, tho grass, where not
eaten out by over stocking, is said to
bo better, and considerable wool was
A good temperance sentiment
exists here, as is indicated by a W.
C. T. U., a lodge of Good Templars,
a Hand of Hope, and by a good
majority for the amendment last
fall. Labor is in demand nt Arling
ton, a decent iooKing young man
at the depot asked tho writtr for
assistance in getting something to
eat. Ho was recently from Minne
sota, said, ho had walked half
way from Tho Dalles, and had
eaten nothing during tho day. I
told him I never gave strangers
money, because it too often went
into the saloon keeper's till, but 1
would give him a supper at tho
hotel. After ho was refreshed I
took him to Mr. MoFarland's, where
I secured him a job on tho water
works at $2 a day. Ho seemed will
ing to work, and was very thankful.
Poor fellow! ho looked awfully like
ho wished he was back homo with
In Umatilla county it is very evi
dent that Salem's ex-mayor, "W. M.
Itamsoy, will mako a good run for
To-morrow at Pendletont, ho prohi
bition county convention lu demo
cratic Umatilla, the next day il
rest (?) by preaching twice or thrice,
letting partisan politics alone, except
as no one can help reading between
tho lines of a temperance sermon.
STRANOi: I'OMTICAIi CAMI'AIONl
Wo begin our meetings with
prayor, often in churches; preach on
buuuay. lesteruay, on tlie cars,
argued for the truth of Christianity
with a well read ex-saloon keeper.
I never go near a saloon; pay for no
liquor or cigars, directly or indirect
ly, to buy or iniluenco votes; mako
no deals or trades with the other
political parties or candidates; and
get no boodle from democrats in re
publican counties, or from republi
cans in democratic counties. This
is tho kind of politics that naturally
mixes well with religion, and neither
sullies tho other. J. W. W.
PiHfm.irroN, May 12th.
Mississippi mvi:n ovkijki.ow
Tho Leu'o nt (hiinej ltreaks anil Seri
ous Diiimige is the Result.
St. Louis, May II. Tho river is
steadily rising here, and the inhabi
tants on the American bottom nro
moving nil of their portnblo proper
ty back to tho high land.
Tho entire town of Alexandria,
Missouri, is inundated with 11 vo feet
of water nnd the damage is very
heavy. The people are being taken
as fast as possible to tho high lands,
a couple of miles back of town.
Qu'ixcv, May 11. The river is 17
feet 0 iu. above low water mark to;
day. Tho levees are greatly weak
ened nnd a crevasse is expected at
any moment. Should a break oc
cur more than 200,000 acres of farm
land will bo inundated. People in
tho threatened districts havo lied to
the bluffs. Trains are nbandaned
on a number of roads. Tho brandi
es of the Chicago, Burlington &
Quincy are greatly Impeded, and
many buildings in the city are Hood
ed and vacated.
Latiik The leveo has broken
nnd tho Hood of water covers tho
ITllUC TI1KVTMK.NT OF VAfllUXTS
The number of foreign immi
grants landed in New York yester
day was 3 lit!.
The store of Wells, Fnrgo's ngeut
nt Elko, Nov., was broken into on
Sunday night. A box containing
$3,900 in silver and $1,000 in gold
coin was removed and carted on a
wheelbarrow to tho foot of a hill of
amuo instant; wiiero it was lountl
Intact tho next morning.
Tho railroad oillcials of California
nro discussing Sunday excursions to
bo given this summer. They are
unanimous in tho verdict that there
isno profit in them, and that thoy
nave a oau moral
Workmen are engaged to-day In
grubbing out a lot of French Jlroom,
a very prolific shrul), that has filled
the north east corner of WHIson's
avenue. They should next bo em
ployed to tear away that villlanous
looking fence around tho avenue,
and to trim up, nud loosen
tho sod around the trees, nnd other
wise clear up
that piece of public
Cutting up the Ankeuy Faun.
AV. P. Wright, tho surveyor and
real ostnto agent of Dallas, was iu
town yesterday with Mr. MeMiiHtors
who hid In tho famous Aukeny farm
when it was sold at Masters' wilo
last fall. Mr. Wright is engaged In
cutting up tho Aukeny farm, con
sisting of 4100 acres, into small
tracts, which aro being sold to homo
seekers through the Oregon Land
Company's agency. This is ono of
tho 11 Host farming tracts in tho Wil
lamette Valloy, and will ncconnno
dnto twenty to forty active farmers
and their famlllee.
Captain M. O. llutterfleld, com
manding C. Co., 2nd regt., O. N. U.,
has not been putting In tho winter
and spring iu idleness. 1 To now has
a company of as well drilled soldiers
as one often sees. Hols not afraid
to hack them, either, as he has chal
lenged any company of the Second
reglmont, 2nd brlgado, Cnl. Nat.
Otmrd for a competitive drill at
Portland, tho California company to
tuko two-thirds of tho receipts, or
drill at San Francisco for a guar
antee of $f)00.
FAititAivs iiuooic, stats fjmtnr,
Qrtswoia'a block. Hwlem, Oreeon, within
nix mouth from the date of this n
of J. J. Vlurnhy,
AdmlBMwtor ot Mid &(.
8tom, Ogs May 11. vm.
All kind of KurnlUira nudi 1a ontmr.
A full II in of Ojwkete Always on ImriI.
H. DIAMOND, PiwfHttar.
Com- 8C, hH. Farry and 8tm.
QHAVINO, HAIR CUTTING AWI)
O Bltaiupoolnc ntl)' dw.
BENSON rPRES87 "
LKAVK ORDKltti AT IjAXCIPM UV
ry Stabl, aonwr or Stoto ana front
treat, or on ilat at eoritw Statcand Oom
HMMMI atraata. Prowint attatttlon aad
W. IX Hoyt & Co., wholesale and
retail drtigglste of Home, Gt., guys:
"We havo heon selling Dr. King'
Now Discovery, Hlectrlc Hitters and
Huoklen's Aruleu Salve .for four
years. Have never handled reme
dies tiuit sell as well, or give such
universal sutlsfnctlon. There have
been same wonderful cures efleeted
by these medicines in this city.
Several eases of pronounced con
sumption havo been entirely cured
by use of u few bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery, taken in connection
with iSlsotrle Hitters. We guaran
tee them always. Sold by H. W.
A Floe Lot ur Drlrd Fruit.
Dried nectarines, patches, apri
cots, pears, apples, lilcklerrle,
prunes, plums, ute., ete. The fluent
ever brought into this market at K.
Parrar & Co'.
The lIoMcruus Atlantic
Imiturror to tlmlil vnynijflrx, Mxirotily lu
on ncoountof the purlin of the iltwithun
the uliiuwt certainly of hbh kIcIuiium. The
hunt eurutlvo ofirmlde mor Ih HoMtetter'H
titoiimuli Hitler, wliloh Kettle tho Ntnni
nchutonre and prevents lln UlHtiirbuncu.
TouII truvulerH anil tourUtH, whether by
teuorlund, It preMiitM a happy medium
hut ween the naUHcHjimorliiellbctuiil ronour-
cett of the metlloliie oIion), anil the problem
atical benefit derivable fiom nil uninedl
tinted aluohollu Ntlmiilent, no mutter how
pure. The Jarring of n rallroHtl ear oflen
produce Hlomauhlc dltMirdeniakln to that
iwiiHxl by Hie rollInK of a hIiIji, I'or thin
the bittern U a prompt and eerUtln mine
dy. The line of braekUh Hater, jMrtleti-
larly on lone nyuue In tlifc trnplea, Inovlt
ubly bretxU dUorder of the itonuMih and
Umt'lii. IIimletter'iiHUimJHih I litter mixed
with Impure wator niillllle IU linpurllle.
Mmllarly It ooiuiUirHcU iiutlurtal and oth
er prejudicial influence of cllinaUi or ut-
liHMphrre, us well an the ettevUof eito
tireand futlgui'. Tuke It for kidney com
plaint, rheumatiitm and debility.
Th9 n crYKBr ouidk is
iaujl Mwoh and Sept.,
each year. It U an enay
olopadia of uMful Infor
mation for all who pur
chase the luxuries or the
neoassitle of life. Wo
can olothe you and furnish you with
all the neoesr7 and unnooassary
appllanoes to ride, walk, danoa, sleep,
eat, flh, hunt, work, ko to ohurch,
or stay at home, and in various sizes,
styles and quantities. Just figure out
what is required to do all these thlnes
COMFORTABLY, ad you eon make a fair
estimate of the value of the ISUYHRH'
CJUIDH, whloh will be sent upon
roeaipt of 10 oeuts to pay pontage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
ill-ill Mlahigan Avenue, Obiaaeo.lll. J In every variety.
The following report of a special
committee of Pomona grange, of
this county, is self explanatory, and
worthy of consideration.
AVorthy Master: Your committee
to whom was referred tho duty of
examination Into the manner and
cost of keeping vagrants, petty
malefactors and other prisoners, ber
icavt to report mat tney niut per
sons conllned in the county jail for
vagrancy, or other causes, are, as a
rule, fed and lodged as well ns the
average honest, Industrious citizen.
Tho food furnished Is sound, whole
some and abundant, meat gener
ally given twice eaelt day. At times,
when a considerable number is hold
atone time, tho sheiill' takos the
trouble to mako out bills of fare
specially for the prisoners; but when
the number ofinnmtesare not more
than live, they receive tho Mimo ns
do the sherifl'und his family. There
is a spirit of soft-bended senthneu
talism abroad, in society, that seems
to take more heed for the comfort of
worthless vagrants and criminals,
than for tho honest and industrious,
which Impel public ollleers to so
keep public charges, ns to bo In ef
fect nn inducement to indolence nnd
recklessness. Theie Is no means
placed within tho power of those
having charge of tho vicious and
vagrant class, by which thoy can he
mado to render labor to even pari
compensate for their cost to socletj.
Your committee very decidedly he
Hove the time is now ripe for n re
formatory prison in this state, to
which tho young criminals nnd vng
rnnts can be sent with reasonable
hope of reclamation.
As to tho cost of paupers receiving
relief outside tho poor house, your
committee llnd tho stun at present
to amount to $1!V per month, which
seems to bo Judiciously used. Tho
keeping of thoso at tho county farm
is under tho management of the
grand jury of tho county, which al
tho last session of tho district oourl,
reported tho inmates well eared for.
Signed John Minto, chairman.
Tho report was adopted by the
Orange, and tho committee contin
ued, to furtherinvestigato tho costof
tho vagrant act to tho county. The
report was ordered sent to tho coun
ty papers for publication.
W. M. 1 lilleary, See.
Eon ok Jeurnal: On last Sun
day morning, the (1th, two persons
from Salem, with their dogs and
guus,accompainied by a resident of
this precinct, who should know bet
ter, entered tho premises of W. A.
Plkoand began shooting, presum
ably killing grouse and China
pheasant. This was kept up until
lutein tho afternoon, when thoy
were ordered oil'. Thoy begged
their game, so It could not bo scon,
claiming they hud been hunting
hawks; but there Is good evidence
that a Chinese pheasant and her six
young, were among tho spoils.
Theto is a law against tills which
should bo observed. I hope nothing
of tho kind will occur again, 'as this
has heretofore been a law abiding
community, and there are enough
of the old stock left to Insist that It
remain so. 1'alr warning is given
to everyone, naturalized or uunatur
all.cd, that any recurrence of this
sort will bo reported for investiga
tion, to the authorities.
Onk Who IIijaiid.
Zkna, May 11, 1888.
MurkUn's Arnlm Snlrr.
The Itest salve In the world foi-i-uts,
bruises, soies, ulcers, saltrlieiini,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hand,
chilblains, corns, and all skin oruiw
tlons, and iiosltlvoly cures piles, or
no )my required. Jt Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
Munded. Price 25 cents m box.
Kur sale by Dr. II. W. Cox.
Per iletuwufres te 'uut4or.
Table cutlery, crockery, dishes,
glassware, silverware, laimw lit large
assortment, lars, crocks, etc., etc.,
all at Ixslrook prices, at H. I'arrar fc
We Tell imi I'Ulsl)
Thst ' the best place to buy your
clothing Is or O. W. Johnson, the
clothier. Gent's furnishing goods
' jj : asM'i"