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SALBiVI, OR., MONDAY, MAY 2lT18S8.
svvn. W. BELT. ATTORNEY AT LAW
It and District Attorney. Ofllco at court
RAMSEY BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
nnd Counselors at Law. Business In
the Supreme Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
FORD, ATTORNEY AND
lor at Law. Salem. Oreson.
Office, up stairs In Tatton's block.
nHAW & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
n Law, Salem, Oregon. Ofllce In Patton's
block, up stairs over Bolt's drug store.
1 T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
) Law. Ofllce over Cnpltol National
ink, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
1 TTM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
VY Salem, Oregon. Ofllco with TUmon
Ford, In Patton's building. Will practlco
In all tho courts of Oregon. Collections
made, Land,ofllco business n specialty.
II. D'AROY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
selor at Law. Salem. Oregon. Having
an abstract of the records of Marlon coun
ty Including a Jot and block Index of Sa
lem, he has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
HST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
rcpalrtr. All work warranted.
Leave orders at T. McF. Patton's book
store, State street, Snlcm, Or.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
surgeon, will open nn ofllce in tho New
Bank llfock, on W 1st, for tho treatment
of nil diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nut
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 178, Salem, Oregon.
Residence for Sale-
Willis Chambcrlin uavo a aosirauiu
,. .. oni int most ellcrlblv loentca on
liuu-w "' --1 -- ,J --. -,,. , rv..,..f
HI?.. r,.Lii.ni S1R.V1 A trood onnortii'
UlMCll ilUllll Jl vv.
nlty to !sccuro a home In a convenient lo
cation. For Sale-
A good Iron frame Horso Power. Good
for all uses, from one to full capacity. All
for the low price of SCO. call at tho Pacific
Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving Com
pany'B oilice. Salem, Oregon.
1635; acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
agood road, from Salem, 143 acres In culti
vation, balanco In timber. Well watered,
well at tho door; all fenced and a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasture grass, and 87 acres in grain. Pur
chaser can have liberal terms to harvest
PKICE $4000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to tho farm and save, agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
FOR SALE or RENT I
Well watered and plenty ot 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 flvo miles
of depot on tho O. dtCK.lt. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
FOlTSALE 288 ACRES,
225 in cultivation, ao acres good tlmber.bal
nnce pasture: 100 acres In fall wheat, 25
acres in oats, and SO In potatoes. House,
harn, orchard, etc. Two miles north of
tsaiem, may do aivmea; price, i--i ou,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor. Stite and Commercial Street?, Salem.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
. Willis k Chamberlain.
'CO acres, 3 miles from Salem, highly
cultivated - fSOOO
1 lots, good house and barn, East 8a-
lem - -- 2800
Slots, finely situated 1750
&00 acres, 33 mllos from Salem, well
Improved, can bo divided into 8
or four tracts -- 10,000
29) acres, 8 mllos from south of Salem,
fair lmprovemcmentslne timber
, and water 32oO
1 block of land, 3 houses, rent for $12
, each, pays interest on $4000 3000
80 acres b miles south of Salem, fair
6 acres, adjoining city limits, in
, meadow 1200
1 lot, good house and barn, adjoining
court house block 1850
1 acre, Sulem, new house and barn,
plenty of small fruit 2000
. The foregoing Is but a partial list of tho
bargains we have to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
East Side Liberty, opp.lOpera Home,
S. B. WATKINS, -i- Prop.
MJJeaU at all hours, from 5o to 26c ta
My Years in tic Cfcnrik of Rose.
By Father Chlnkjuy. Priee $8.50. Bend
Sjwr oruw Jffl
Cash Grocery Store,
ISAAC S. STEINER, Proprietor,
v State v St., . Salem.
A full stock ot
Groceries, Canned Goods, Fresh Vegetables,
Etc. Just received n nlce"artlclo In
New-:-Orleans-:- Baking -:- Molasses.
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
201, Commercial Street
IOSLLER & SONS,
Are Still on Top,
Renewed Life !
Increased Patronage !
Heavier Sales !
New Goods I
Join tho procession nnd send In
orders wo will treat you lino.
Everybody speaks In praise of our canned
goods. They cannot be supassed In quality.
Look at our display windows as you pass.
They are filled with delicious things.
For tho Ladles : Call and examine 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,
Salem Co-Operative Association
P. of H.
DEAIXRS1 1 JT
Butter, Eggs,' '
' and Lard. '
ALI) KINDS OK
JAMES A1TKEN, Manager.
126 State St.,
WHOM IT MAY CONCBItN-NO-
tlee Is hereby given -inai me unaer-
alKnednas been appo-inieu uuuuiniiur
of the estate of B. A. Gamer late of said
county, deceased, by the honorable eounty
court of the state of Oregon, for the eounty
of Marion. All persona having cklm"
against sold estate are hereby required to
U months from the date of thk notlee.
Administrator of said estate.
Salem. Oga, May 11, 18.
Specialties in Fruits
ESTABLISHED nV NATIOJJAI. AUTHOltlTY
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, - -
B. S. WALLACE, - - President.
V. W. MAKTIN, - Vice-President.
J. H. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, w. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, It. S. Wallace.
, J. II. Albert,
T. MeF. Vattqn.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or in store,
either In private granaries or
Slafc and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rate. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llcrllii,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
WM. N. LADUE, - .
DH. J. REYNOLDS, -JOHN
MOIlt, . . - -
- - Provident.
- - Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonable rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank In
most reliable companies.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
toll and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
-Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Call and see for yourself.
McCROW & WILLAUD.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, nnd delivered to
nny part of the city at lowest living rates.
Plcaso give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
.OS-All kinds of fresh nnd cured meaU
always on hand. Full weight and nsquaro
deal all around.
STOVES AND TINWARE!
Roofing and Spouting a Specialty.
3-At the old stand of lion. Strang, Com
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATU STRKBT,
All Hindi or Furniture made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on hand.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com' SU, bet. Ferry and State.
SHAVINO, HAIR CUTTING AND
Shampooing neatly done.
LBAVB ORDERS AT LANOHB 1IV
ery Stable, corner of State and Frost
streets, or on state at corner State and Coin
mereiat etreeu. Prompt attention ana
carermranued. v. BBWOjr.
I fl 1 I AT j in
uiouipiiai iNaiionai druk
- - - $75,000
- - 9,500
Til I T II
Those Illegal Ilallots tho Louisiana
Method Introduced in Oregon.
Ed. Capital Jeurnal: During
iy visit to Salem yesterday, I round
that everybody had n wronir lnnms.
fion as to the facts concerning tho
"ltUllliclnnl nWflrm l.ni.i ., i.i
, t -.--.... ..till 111 WI3
lilaceon the llrst Mondayf the pres
Tho news had been sent out that
the prohibitionists had voted on
colored, and therefore illegal paper,
nnd that their ballots had been
properly thrown out by tho city
council. Such word had been sent
out by soino person to tho Oregonian
and the Statesman.
The samo word had been carried
from hero by tho visitors from Sa
lem, whoattended on the occasion of
Judge Williams' speech here on the
8th Inst., and republicans have been
making merry over tho assump
tion that "tho little nest
OI nrollibitioilisfs nt, Rllvnrfmi"
had been ellectunlly squelched by
me judge's speech.
Very barcastic remarks have been
indulged concerning Davenport,
wljo, though lie helped to make tho
law, had no more senso than to
think any paper that the voter
might use, is legal.
To set these matters right, I wish
to say that tho ballots used by tho
prohibitionists were made of paper
furnished by the secretary of state
for the purpose, as tho law directs,
and that there was no mark or color
on tho outside of tho tickets by
which to distinguish them from
other legal ballots.
The law requires that the ballot
paper shall bo "plain white paper,"
nnd acting under the law, this is
thr; paper furnished by tho secretary
of state, and in his judgment it is
"plain white paper." It is tho same
paper we used at our election last
spring without a question nsto its
being legal paper; it was not thought
to be colored paper then, how conies
it that it is considered colored paper
And further; some of tho colored
ballots had been scratched and tho
names of candidates on tho citizens'
ticket had been inserted. Tlieso
latter were counted for tho citizen
candidates but thrown out for tho
prohibition candidates. Also somo
of tho citizen tickets had been
scratched and prohibition candi
dates inserted, but tho inserted
names wero not counted in by tho
bo it appears from these facts
that tho so called colored paper
was legal enough when it contained
tho names of tho citizens' ticket but
illegal when It contained tho names
of prohibitionists. So also tho legal
white paper upon which tho citizen
candidates,names wero printed be
came illegal at tho place where tho
prohibition names were inserted.
And further tho whole city gov
ernment is In tho hands of republi
cans; tho recorder, treasurer, and
four members of tho council aro
republicans. They wero not elected
however, not because thoy wero re
publicans but because thoy aro into
saloon republicans. To bo truthful
tho citizens' ticket should have been
headed, tho whisky ticket.
Thoissuo was whisky and anti
whisky. Tlioro Is another fact about it
which especially commends it to tho
sympathy of modest men, and that
is, tho old council, who passed upon
the legality of tho prohibition ballot
paper, were mo samo persons. Willi
ono exception, who wero running on
tho citizens' ticket. That Is. tho
council threw out their opponents
and counted themsolvos In, n pro
ceeding wholly at varlanco with tho
functions of tfiolr ofllce. As It Is
generally understood that republi
cans can read, thoy probably Knew
that tholr whole duty was performed
whon they oxamlned tho returns of
thoelectionjudgofland "declared tho
results of tho election."
If tho wholo election proceedings
had been conducted fairly, only ono
of tho citizens, ticket would have
been elected und this Is tho probable
reason why the ballot paper bocumo
colored In thooyos of tho council.
Tho republican state central com
mittee should, without delay, pro
cure an ombewsedcopy of that plunk
In the stat platform which declare
In fuvor of a fulr vote and an honest
count, and sond It to tho city coun
cil of Silverton to bo road by them
at each meeting.
T. W. Davbkport.
Silvhrtox, Or., May lfith.
Subscribe for the Journal.
ll.lll.Hll.llllll, Jllil.MN. IK ,KI ! IIMIIM CmiMtDV
Ida Spaulding, a teacher studying
in the Hartford, Conn., normal
school, has been ordered to leave
on account of her Intended marriage
to Wall Lee, a Chinese latmdryman.
ah Lee courted her minus his ni-
lau aim dressed in tho American
was his Sunday
9sc?F..15oavori Saturday, shot
and killed J. Cripe, a stockman,
about four miles from Lemoore,
Cal., in a disputeover land. Heaver
In Oakland, Cal., on Sunday, Lee
ui-iwiui, ii years oi age, was killed
oy the accidental discharge of a
rrti'Alif.iH (. 11... 1- i o .
tti i ,'" U1L IlllIis oi waiter
Hicks, a boy of tho same age.
, """qs Ullbcrt, living in Augel-
iv.4, . i., iitiHiuy released lrom
prison, where ho was sent for bur
glary, snot and Killed his wife ves
terday morning during a family
quarrel. He escaped.
iawis u. Torrance, an old and
respected iarmer of Dry Point town
snip, ins., was attacked on Satur-
uay evening by a savage bull in his
lllufllV .11.1 ...... .1.1 1... 1 .
r""""M nun HK.iiu iiiiyu neen gored
to tfeatn but for the bravery of his
who who lought the infuriated ani
mal and drovo him oil".
' "A llttlo daughter of Henry
living in Caldwell Co., Kei
on Thursday drunk a poison.
lufectant, contained in a dish, anil
now lies in a precarious condition.
In San Francisco, on Saturday,
Simon Humbert; was lined SI 0.01)0
nnd sentenced ton year's hnprison-
iiium, nn- ucinuKuiig an wregon iar
mer out or iJD.fiOO. As Hamberg is
without means, this is equivalent to
fifty-tin eo years' imprisonment.
The old Libby prison in Itieh
mond has been sold to Chicago par
ties, who will remove It to that city,
and open it as a museum. Tho mice
paid was $23,000.
Ed. Capital Jeurnal: On
Wednesday evening, May 10, there
was a meeting held at Liberty
sciiooi nouso four miles south of
Salem and a non-partisan political
club organized by tho election or
W. W. Culver, president and C I.
Weaver, secretary. Tho object or
tlio club Is to Invito democrats, re
publicans nnd prohibitionists to dis
cuss tho issues ortlio day. Tho chair
appointed A. 1$. Mlze on behalf of
tho democrats, Mr. Stephens for tho
republicans nnd J. W. Jory for tho
prohibitionists to procure speakers
for tho noxt meeting to bo held on
tho 24th nt 7:30 p. m. It was ex
pected that T. S. Davidson, Win.
Armstrong and H. S. Jory would
address tho meeting, tho two llrst
named failed to come. Mr. Jory
spoke for somo tlmo givlnghis views
on tho political Issues of tho day.
Ho was followed by W. P. Johnson
of Salem who announced himself
ns a prohl from tho top of his head
to tho bottom or his fuet. Jtemarks
was mado by J. W. Jory nnd C. L.
Weaver. "Wo Intend to continue
these meetings until tho election.
An invitation is extended to the
different parties to send speakers to
address the club.
C. L. Vi:avi:u, hoc.
An Assurance of Health.
Among tho insurances of
aflorded us by tho regular discharge
of tho bodily functions, none is more
important and reliable tlian mat
which regularity of tho bowels gives
us. If there Is uny oven a tempo-
ury interruption oi tins tno nver
and the stomach suller conjointly
with inactive organs, and still great
er mischief ensues if relief is not
speedily obtained, A laxative,
abovo all cavil on tho score of min
eral composition or violent effect,
Is Hostetter's Stomach Hitters, un
proved by tho medical profession,
and n most Important item to tho
family materia medlea of American
households. It Is botanic, imlnloss
In notion, und ir jwrsisted in, oll'ocU
ual. Tho stomach und liver, in no
loss degreo und no loss
promptly nnd thoroughly than
tho bowols, aro regulated and
roused by It, and It Is an admirable
defense against miliaria and rhou
matlc ullmonts, and n bonlgn rem
edy for kldnoy complaints, iiervous
noss and debility.
O. W.Johnson, theclothlor, keeps
a full lino of tho loading manufactur
ers' goods. Call and oxnmlno his
stock of clothing and furnishing
For HoomwItm to CeatUer.
Tablo cutlery, erookory, dishes,
glassware, silverware, lamps In largo
assortment, Jars, crooks, etc., eta,
all at bedrock prices, at 8. Kurrar A
SHOT WIUI.R IX CHURCH.
School Teacher Reflects on
Woman's Honor ami Forfeits
IvNoxviLLi:, (Tenn.), May 20.-J.
M. Chandler, agent of theliist Ten
nessee Railroad at Jelico, Tcnn 'en
tered tho Congregational church
this morning while religious services
were in progress, and shot Prof.
Lawrence, nriucinal of Mm llliri.
School, four times, indicting fatal
wounds. Every shot took clVect.
On Thursday night Lawrence
called on Chandler to collect tuition
from him for two of his children,
who had been attending school.
Words followed, in which Lawrence
retleeted on tho honor of Mix.
Chandler. Tho hitter's husband
nursed the Insult, and while Law
rence was engaged In worship nt
tho church of which ho was a mem
ber, deliberately shot him.
D1-.TKOIT May 20.-A special
from St. Charles says: A tragedy
growing out or religious diHereneo
between Edward Willman and his
wife, wcu red a row miles from this
place this afternoon. A desire by
Mrs. Willman some tlmo ago to
unite with the Seventh Advent 1st
church met strong opposition from
her husband, and she Hnally loft
him and returned to her father's
house. This afternoon Willman
drove up to tho house and found
Mrs. Wllhnan alone. Pulling out
his revolver, he shot his wife
through tho breast, and an Instant
later shot himself through tho heart.
Mrs. Willman will die.
Tin- Verdict Unanimous.
W. D. Suit, Druggst,lHppus,lnd .,
testlles: "I can recommend Elec
tric Hitters as tho very best remedy.
Every bottlo sold has given roller in
every ease. Ono man took six bot
tles, and was cured oflthcumutlsm
or 10 years' standing." Abraham
Hare, druggist, UellvJllo, Ohio, af
Irms: "Tho best selling medicine I
have over handled hi my 20 years
experience, is Electric Hitters."
Thousands of others havo added
their testimony, so that tho verdict
is unanimous that Electric Hitters
does cure all diseases of tho Liver,
Kidneys or blood. Only n half dol
lar a bottlo at Dr. II. W. Cox's Druir
Came Hume to Her.
It is said that CarrloHradloy, who
murdered Hrown In her dlvo In
Portland flvo years ago, and who
was pardoned by Gov. Moody in
188(1, was murdered by John Wad
lelgli, her lover, on May 8th, at Tuc
son, Arizona. Wadlolirh mmn
to her house in a drunken
condition, und demanded ad
mittance, which sho refused.
This enraged Wudlolgh, und ho
grabbed Hradloy by tho head, nulled
her out tho door, und cut her throat
from ear to ear. Verily, was it well
wrltton that "thoy that tuko tho
sword, shall perish by tho sword."
i m m
A Woman's Discovery.
"Another wonderful illMPnvm-viiiKi
been mado and that too by a lady in
this county. Disease fastened Us
clutches upon her and for sovon
years she withstood Us severest tests,
but her vital organs wero under
mined and deatli seemed Imminent.
For tlneo months she coughed Incos
santly and could not sleep. Sho
bought of us a bottlo of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption nnd
was so much relieved on taking
first doso that sho slopt ull night nnd
with onobottlo lias been miraculous
ly cured. Her name Is Mrs. Luther
Lutz." Thus writes W. C. Hamrlck
& Co., of Shelby, N. C. Get u free
trial bottlo at if. W. Cox's druir
Karklen'i Amies Silre.
Tho host salvo in tho world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, sultrhoum,
fever soros, tetter, chuppod hands, '
chilblains, corns, and ull skin orup
tlons, and positively cures piles, or
no puy required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or monoy
refunded. Price 25 conts per box.
For sale by Dr. H. W. Cox.
Will pay tho highest mnrkot price
In cash for wool. Squire Fiirrur Js
Co's, comer Commercial and Court
Chowpost. Tho ohwixttt place in
Salem for dry goods is IS. I. L,
. .,k. .'!.;,.-