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ZtfTw BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
(t and District Attorney. Ofltco nt court
AMEY A 1UNGIIAM, ATTORNEYS
aiLa rvmneplnrs nt Law. Business in
&e Supreme Court n specialty. Salem, Or.
mILMON FOnD "ATTORNEY AND
' counselor nt Law, Salem, Oregon.
Office, up stairs in mtton's block.
g,HYV & GUEGG, ATT0KNEY8 AT
f iff S.ilem, Oregon. Office In Patton's
ickup stairs over Belt's drug store.
T RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
t'- rmipfi over Cnnitol Notional
nk, 249 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
iTrM KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W Salem, Oregon. Office with Tllmon
Ford, In Potion's building. Will practice
in li the courts of Oregon. Collections
Side Landjofflce business a specialty.
r H D' ARC Y, ATTORNEY AND COUN
K s'elornt Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
Si abstract of the records of Marion coun
fr Including a lot and block index of Sa
Sm, he has special facilities for examining
lilies to real estate.
7r ST HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
H repairer. All work "warranted.
Hie orders nt T. McF. Patton's book
store, State street, Salem, Or.
'dentist, anthropologist, physician and
fureeon, will open an office in the New
Bank Block, on May 1st, for the treatment
of all diseases of women, nnd nil other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
i nrlnclnles. Medical baths, oxygen nnd
dectro-maguetlim used. Charges strictly
modenue. auutuss uujiutoun-m, vjitguu,
Residence for Sale.
mnu Chamberlin have a desirable
boue and lot, most eligibly located on
' Men street, first block north of Court
House, for sale at $1850. A good opportu
nity to secure a homo in u convenient
a mnci iron frame Horse Power. Good
for nil use, from one to full capacity.
All for the low price of $30. Call at tho Pa
cific Cider, Vluegar & Frnlt Preserving
Company's olllce. Salem, Oregon.
i acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
ipxxl road, from Salem, 143 acres In cultl
ration, bjlunco In timber. Well watered,
tood $1000 house of 8 rooms, moderate barn,
nil at the door; all fenced nndn thrifty
foung orchard. Thirteen acres deeded to
pasture grass, nnd 97 acres ingrain. Pur
Hmser can have liberal terms to harvest
PRICE ?4000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to tho farm and savo agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Ennuire of Chnrlov Robertson, nt
1 the Grange Store.
FOR SALE---288 ACRES,
ffi In cultl ntlon, SO acres good timber, bal
uce pasture; 100 acres in fall wheat, 25
leres In o.Us, nnd 30 in potatoes. House,
m, orchard, etc. Two miles north of
slern, may be dlvldcdpr!cc, $50 per acre,
kniuiaNj. Inqulro of
G. N. P01TORFP,
Cor. State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
HL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis & Chamberlain.
ires, 3 miles from Salem, highly
'Ultivated ' $3000
Ms. good house and barn, East Ba-
.. ton ; 2S00
Jjw, finely situated 1750
wns, 21 miles from Salem, well
iprocci, cnu bo divided into a
I If fiMlta tnintA in Wl
I -. , titiLin iu,wu
VtVS.8mllpfmm eintli nfKnlnnv
Mr improvemementsJlno timber
nd iutftc ' oo-ji
itAiiif nfiinri rr,r.. "- aT1oiT
each, pays interest on $WU 3000
S miles south of Salem, fuir
adjoining city limits, In
"x-good house and burn, udjolnlng
. "ucuiuUM' UIOCK 1MU
'"n Salem, new house nnd barn,
Je nty of small fruit 2000
J foregoing is but n partial list of tho
"Jains mc have to offer.
WILLIS &, CHAMUF.TUjATN.
Imlloiuo, Court Street, Snlom.
M Stu"k in the State, Best Discount.
kd i- t catalogue. Call for prices for Job
E. M. WAITE, Salem, Or.
NVES AND TINWARE 1
kGi ui Speutisg a Spwlty.
I'Ui'si" "'dfclald ! Stow, Cera.
'R BARGAINS IN
RtTAN A WHITNBY,
10? Court Sbwt, Sdm, Oops.
I V:tl '-nUt out tb remainder W ths
eaTTrl ,' ' '. we M) piWMWd to
-...c iuu muf ivmiwr inunfuu.
H. W. COX,
(Succossor.to The Port Drug.Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOK THE CELEMtATED
FULL HAVANA FILLEH
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
, 2The best flvo cent cigar in tho mar
ket. II. W. COX.
100 State Street, Salem.
Importers nnd Dealers In
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsytes MalliMo Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. K. STRANG,
No. 1103 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
tfS-Acent for the RICHARDSON &
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furuacoi). Es
tablished In 1819.
LvUNW r-soia i"fw'
SenJ ( 'iUT,trWMJry.'-
Drugs and Medicines
SOLD AND GUARANTEED WY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 state St., Salem, Or.
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Depot,
SALEM:, OR., MONDAY, MAY 2S, 1SSS.
WM. N. LAPUK, -DH.
JOHN JIOIU, .- -
- - President.
- - Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Fmnclsco,
Icw York, Irf)iulon nnd Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
Invited to deposit nnd transact business
with us. Liberal ndvnnce.s mado on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property nt
reasonabio rates. Insurance on Mich se
curity can bo obtained nt tho bank in
most reliable companies.
ESTAI1LISHKD BY NATIONAL AUT1IOHITY.
SALEM, - - -
Capital Paid up, - -Surplus,
- - -
- - $75,000
- - 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALUKRT, .... Cashier.
W.T.Gray, WW. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace.
, J.'II. Albert,
T. McK. l'ntton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In prlvato cranarlesor
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonabio rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London. Paris, llcrlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best qunlity of
Frdi and Salt Meats !
And all kinds ol
S-Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Call and seo for youielf.
McCROW & WILLARD.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of tho city at lowest living rates.
Please give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, SALEM, OREGON.
9-AH kinds of fresh nnd cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and nlsquaro
deal all nrouul.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
ery Stable, corner of Stato nnd Front
streets, or on slate at corner State and Com
merclal streets. Prompt uttontlon nnd
W. A. BENSON.
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it "!!
dies are plvlng satisfaction, anil a cus
tomer with UronchltlsNiys ft 1st hoonly
remedy that gives insmnt relief.
HKliHKM. A Covku, Druggists,
U..,. " the pleuhiire to Inform
ndVU you that your Preparations are
meeting with large hale. Wo hear
jiiwtiit trit migc nt(Dt ' r d fi
Nothing but Praise ffiKV
caslon tow use them.
NANbCAWKN A. CO., DrilgglllU,
That It will aocompllah the end denlred
In allHtrectlouMof the Throat and Lung
km! 1 1 ""(1 'u not only will not be
WIN without It yourself, but will
reoommend It to other, tut tuouaandu
have done, who have tried everything
elM In vuln. Money Is no ohjeet where
SVa IBS Convince You
trltllngsumof one dollar can imrclmM)
a remedy tlutt will bUtiid Itetwean you
and one of tbeinot dreaded of Iiuumii
I prepared only by the AHIRTIXK
MEDICAL CO., Orovllle, Cal.
Tiie Canital National Bank
LhTfERMI ELDER Wlillll.
His Labors in Eastern Oregon Dry
Weather anil Famishing Crops.
SUMM0XKI) TO MINNEAPOLIS.
Travel Through a Sagebrush Country
Iiu'iilciits by the Way.
It is about ltTOO miles since I wroto
you last, and I am almost whirled
beyond the recollection of events In
connected order. From Arlington
I Ment on to Pciullcton, arriving at
1 p. m., and spent till 7 in bed, feel
ing the need of a good rest. This
town has grown wonderfully and is
ii great business centre. Tho niag
nilicent brick schoolhouse on tho
hill is a big credit mark to tho town.
'JJlie spring is very dry, and people
aro anxious for rain.
The prohibition county conven
tion was called for tho court lumse.
They have the advantage here, as
in Dallns, Eugene, Roseburg and
some other towns, of not having a
court houso so high toned that the
people cannot meet in it and discuss
public intea-sts. Tho court houso
yard is in striking contrast with the
surrounding aridity. Tho shado
trees have grown up and spread,
anil by irrigation the grass is fresh
and luxuriant. It is grand for
loungers and political button-holers.
They find n green sward to reclino
ou, nature holding sunshades over
their heads, and a pump of excellent
water for a cool drink. This is hard
on vlib saloons, I admit, but while
very freely patronized, itisevidently
too thin for the crowd, judging by
the throng, of visitors to saloons
across tho street.
v PACKING A CONVENTION.
When the convention was called
to order it was evident that certain
republican leaders of tho town had
packed tho hall. Thoy. voted in a
chairman who worked against tho
amendment last fall. Then thoy
carried n motion, against thejprotest
of those who had called tho conven
tion, that allowed all present to
vote. Thoy next passed resolutions
opposing a third party Jor a third
pnrty ticket. This was published in
the evening paper, and telegraphed
through tho state as the action of
the regular prohibition convention,
notwithstanding the prohibition
delegates had retired to tho council
chamber and nominated a legislative
ticket. This movo lias not only
hurt tho perpetrators of tho fraud,
but republicans generally in tho
Next day took train to Adams,
where Dr. I. N. Richardson, son of
the lute Elder Richardson, of Polk
county, (and himself n preacher,)
drove me to tho Christian church at
Ileli. Tho doctor is nominated for
the legislature. After n good hear
ing on a gospel temperance theme,
dined at Mr. V. M. Bcott's, a former
Marion county man. I find a good
many former "Willamette residents
here, and they generally declare
they prefer this portion of tho state,
notwithstanding the country looks
so dry. The doctor drove mo to
Centreville, whicli has also grown
wonderfully. Elder Neal Cheetham
offered his pulpit for 11 gospel tem
perance sermon. He draws large
The country in this part of Uma
tilla is rolling; the soil good and
easily cultivated. Crops, though
needing rain, were not actually
suflcring; grass is short. At Milton
met Dr. Stone, son-in-law of Judge
Shaw. Hero were brought on the
train for sale
THKPIIWT ItlPK WJtAWllKHKIKtt
of the seuHon. Fruit and timber
are scarce, but do bettor as you get
toward Walla Walla. A Hume over
twenty miles long flouts lumber
down from the mountains. A
friend was hauling his yearly Htipply
of fire wood u distance of 1U to 15
miles. He mid It would take his
two four horoo team about eight
days to accomplish it. In Mime
parts of Eastern Oregon fire wood is
80 niilea distant. Think of Unit, ye
There ought to be (4 good market
for Mime of our fruits here, though
theWalltt WkIIh country (a raining
a great many berries and eotne larger
sort-. Timber culture claims and
artificial groves look weak, mot
stragKb't stunted Imix elder. Hut
the grain flelds, without atiuk,
stump or alone to interrupt kvng,
straight furrows, are vast.
At Milton, Weston mid Centre
vill had good prohibition meetings ;
at the place lust named a staunch
member of the new party. Mr. O.
V. 1$. Gerkln, (ox-deiuoemt), sou-ln-law
of Mr. Pottorii", of Salem, is a
liberal and untiring worker. Others
of his family and many of his politi
cal faith are foremost workers with
us. Elder Pruett, Raptist preacher,
Elder Neal Cheetham, Christum
preacher, and several Methodist nas-
tors are also right in line.
Metmv old Californiajfriend, Rev.
Thos. Uurnett.of tho M. II. church
south, uncle to Geo. A. llurnett, and
to -bluer r. IC. ifurnctt, aiut brother
to the beloved and lamented Glenn
O. Rurnett. Once an old democrat,
he worked hard for the amendment,
VOT1S WITH TUH PHOIUIUTION
Of course he asked how his
nephews stood politically and on
the amendment. When he learned
that Geo. H. was chairman of tho
republican county committee, ho
said he knew he did not train cither
with tho amendinentlsts or the third
party; while mv successor in tho
pastorate would not bo likely to
worry the church or the sultxmlsts
over prohibition. Though not a
user of Honor or tobacco, he is not
built on the aggressive prohibition
SUMMONS TO MINNEAPOLIS.
At Adams came a summons to
Minneapolis for a week's work, and
I left via Walla Walla ami the
Northern Pacific, on my
way to the national con
vention. Tills Is a large, busy
town, with a line, broad, main
street. Rut it is said that the rail
road passing through has to some
extent afleeted its trade. You can
now tro from hereto tho cast, via tho
! Short Lino or Northern Pacific, al
so to i'ortiaiui, lacoma or Seattle.
Tho road to Pendleton Is now In
runningorder. Rut didn't I run on
u snag while buylngsome fruit here!
The proprietor of tho store, named
Davis, declared ho would rather bo
called a horscthief than a prohibi
tionist, and he could hardly no per
suaded that his good father. Dr. Da
vis, of Sllverton, had actually joined
tho third party. Ho declared ho
had taken leave of his senses when
he left his' old party affiliations. It
bcemed odd for n stranger to have to
defend the truthfulness, sincerity
and sanity of tho father against
tho doubts expressed by hlsown son.
So much for tlio stultifying power of
OLD I'AHTV PltlUUIMCK.
Relng a stranger 1 sought tho M.
E. preacher. Rev. II. Rrown, but he
had gono with Rev. Dr. Strong, pre
siding elder, to Yakima to help or
ganize tho territory for tho prohibi
tion party. So 1 strolled around
and meandered to tho depot, thence
to waiiuiu junction, tnrougii a san
dy sagebrush country, with some
bunch grass. How this lino and
penetrating dust forces Its way
through the cloned windows. So
you have to bear the hot, stifling air
or be choked with the dust.
What is tills motley company
camping out in tho brush?
Aro they Indians? Hardly,
though so swarthy. How thoy
swarm on the outskirts and around
tho depot I They are Italian labor-
ers, untune tospoaicutignsii, nrougui
hero in tho expectation of finding
railway work. What thoy do or
How thoy live seems a mystery.
How this country is filling up with
foreign immigration ! And to think
that in a year, before thoy can read
the state or national constitution
without translation, thoy become
voters, oven oiuce homers ami law
makers I California's law Is surely
liberal enough, flvo years' residence
after deeluraing intentions, before
citizenship or permission to vote.
Now wo aro in Minneapolis, where
tho traveler encounters thousands of
Scandinavians and Germans. Hut
more in my next.
J. W. WKIlIt.
Minneapolis, Minn., Mayii'f.
You aro feeling depressed, your
appetite is jwor, you aro bothered
with headache, you aro fidgety,
nervous', and generally out of Mrts,
and want to brace up. Hrace up,
but not with stimulants, Hprlng
medicines, or bitters, which luivo for
their basis very cheap, had whisky,
and which stimulate you for an
hour, and leave you in worse condl
tl.,,1 ilmti lutfnm Wlmt von want
is an ulteratlve that will purify your
blood, start healthy action of Liver
mill Kidneys, restore your viuiuiy.
and uive renewed health and
strength. Such a medicine you will
find in Electric Rltters, una only m
centH a bottle at Dr. II. V. Cox'a
rmrMfn'n ArnlM fialrc.
The boat salve In the world fin
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, saltrheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
tions, 'and positively cures piles, or
no pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 26 centa per box.
For sale by Dr. II. W. Cox.
GbIi' FBmlrtlnj; (UMt.
G. W. J oh non, tiieelothler, heqw
a full lliwof the leadiiig manufactur
ers' goods. Call aiulexamine his
stock of clothing and furnishing
Gu. Slirrlclmi Ucttrr.
Washington. May SSth. Gon.
Sheridan's physicians issued the fol
lowing bulletin tills merning: "Gen.
Sheridan passed a bad night, having
an Irregular pulse, labored respira
tion and being frequently delirious.
Since daybreak, however, and espec
ially within the last hour, there has
licon a slight but dost 1 net Improve
ment, in all ins symptoms. I'uise,
110, steadier. Oedema of tho logs
has gradually subsided and is now
slight. He continues to take suffi
cient, which seems to be assimilat
ed." During the day he improved
visibly, sleeping rest fully, and talk
ing rationally at intervals.
Miss Grace Hunt, is visiting
friends in Salem.
Miss Annie Henllne, of Salem, is
visiting her uncle .Toslah Moiiey.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Patton are
spending a few days at their
mountain ranch, noarSilver Creek
Roy Slmenil, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilton Slmenil is very side. His re
cover' is doubtful.
A number of Clynier people, are
making nrmugements to go to
Coburg next Saturday, ou the ex
cursion given by Co. I, Undreg't, O.
George Clynier and family, ac
companied by Robert McCrow,
have gono to Prlnevlllo on a ploasuro
trip, expecting to return in tlmo for
A party of our youngl folks spent
last Sunday at Silver Falls City.
.Toslah Morloy Is improving his
residence by tho addition of one
room, and palntingtlio outside,
adding much to tho appearance of
his cozy little cottage.
W. H. II. Dnrbyl has a field of
wheat headed out, ho thinks will bo
ready to lmvvost by tho first of July,
which is rather early for grain cut
ting in the hills.
The season when tho farmers buy
the most of their farming imple
ments Is fast approaching and II.
M. Jones has started tho ball rolling,
in this neighborhood, by purchasing
a new wagon.
Look at my face and hands not a
such as you saw there somotinio ago.
Seo my fresh cheeks, and I'm get
ting a dimple,
I don't look at ail like J used to, I
My face was all blotclioa complex
ion like tallow;
No wonder they thought mo and
called mo u fright ;
No one need have pimples uud skin
gray and sallow,
If she'll take what I took, ov'ry
morn, noon, and night.
I asked tho delighted young woman
wlmt sho referred to,
nud sho answered. Dr, Pierce's Gold
en Medicul Discovery.
It is tlio best heautlllor In the world,
because It purifies tho
blood, ami pure blood gives good
health, and good health
is always beautiful.
$500 reward ofi'ered for any Incur
able case by tho proprietors of Dr.
Sago's Catarrh Remedy.
Tttlr limine Hovmlng.
Proisibly no ono tiling lias causud
such a general revival of trade at Dr.
II. W. Cox's drug storo as tliolr giv
ing uway to their customers of so
many freo trial IhjUIoh of Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption.
Tiielr trade is simply enormous In
this very valuable article from the
fact that it always' cures and never
disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asth
ma, Rronchltis, Croup, and all
throwt and lung diseases iiulekly
cured. You win test it Iwfore buying;
by getting a trial bottle flee, large
sri $1. Every bottle warranted.
An Atmlute Cure.
Tho ORIGINAL ARIBTLKW
OINTMlSNTia only put up In Uryft
two-ounce tin boxes, and Is n.
absolute euro for old sores, burnt,
wounds, chapped hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will . positively
cure till kinds of piles. Auk for the
ORIGINAL ABIICTINJJ OINT
MENT. Sola byD.W. Mattlwwa
& Co., 100 Btuto street, Salem, id 2fl
ceuta per box by mall 80 oeuta.
Will pay the highest market yrtif
in oasli for wool. Smilre Fsrrtir &
Co', corner Commercial and Court