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T.t.-rT ATTnilN'EV AT T.AW
(j and District Attorney. Olllco at court
mrrMON KOltn, ATTORNEY AND
N Counselor nt Law, Snleni, Oregon.
Jjflce, op stairs In ration's block.
-,TrW A OHEGO, ATTORNEYS AT
K Liw Salem, Oreison. OlUce In Pntton's
O .,,"j VJi- vor'.nlt'H ilniir store.
bloeK, "P ""
r, T KICIIAKDSOW, ATTORNEY AT
N law Oll'ico over Capitol National
gink. 2W Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
,ttM KAISEIt, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
V ' alcm, Oregon Otllco with Tllmon
r!Jil in Patton's building. Will pmctico
in all the courts of Oregon. Collections
nuidc Land otllco business a specialty.
TT ST HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
H repairer. All work warranted.
fcVje orders at T. McF. Pntton's book
ito're. State street, Salem, Or.
TlWllESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
IV delivery. Wm. Rennlo having bought
iho enres business of Walter Lowe, Is
ireWroil to deliver trunks, valises, pack
Kw, and any thing else, that ho can get in
his wnjjon to any part of the city, quicker,
Sifer better, and neater, than It can bo
done by any body
else. Leave orders at
JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
pureeon, will open an olllco In tho New
Bank lllock, on May 1st, for tho treatment
of all diseases of women, nnd all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Jledlcul baths, oxygen nnd
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
A good iron framo Horse Power. Good
for all uses, from ono to full capacity.
All for tho low price or SSO. Call at tho Pa
cific Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's otllce. Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE-288 ACRES,
223 in cultivation, SO ncres good timber, bal
ance pasture; 100 acres In fall wheat, 2o
acres In oats, nnd SO In potatoes. House,
barn, orchard, etc. Two miles north of
Kileni, may bo dlvirted;,prlcc, CM per ncre,
terms easy. Innulro of
G. N. PO'PTORFF,
Cor. State and Commercial Streets, Salem,
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plenty ot timber. Two
houses nnd two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and luO acres plow land. Fifty
head of cattle with tho place If wantcd.nnd
horses enough to run it. Within llvo miles
of depot on tho O. & 0. It. It. A bargain for
Enquire at Office nf Caoital Journal.
183 acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
ngood road, from Salem, 143 acros In culti
vation, bnlanco In timber. Well watered,
good SlOOOhousoof 8 rooms, moderate barn,
well nt tho door ; nil fenced nndn thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen acros needed to
pasture grass, nnd 07 acres In grain. Pur
chaser can have liberal terms to harvest
PRICE $4000, TIME GIVEN.
Como right to tho farm nnd snvo agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, nt
the Grange Store.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis & Chamberlain.
W acres, 3 miles from Snlem, highly
, cultivated - $8000
1 lots, good house nnd barn, East 8a-
51oU, llnfyBffuBtaUlIIirZZZir!" HG0
ouuncraj, miles irom tsaiom, weu
Improved, onu be divided Into 3
, or four traota 10,000
J Bcre, 8 miles from south of Snioin,
iHlr ImprovememenU.nno timber
,, and water 83G0
1 "look ofland, S hoiiKos, rent for $12
n each, pays Interest on $1CU) r.- 3000
0 acres &H miles south of flulem, fair
. Improvements IS00
a acres, adjoining city limit, in
1 lot, good house find barn, adjoining
court home.blook 18B0
acre, Salem, new hoiue and barn,
rtenty or small fruit- 3000
, Tu foregoing is but a partial list of the
"Wins we have to oiler.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Snlem.
M. JVI. MEAD,
TWkg Saws a SpeJaKjr.
RAQ.VN-T th M otil.ll. Kmw.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to Tho Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
riijsiciaDS Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOH THE CELKUIIATEL)
FULL HAVANA FILLEK
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ttS,Tho best Ilvo tent cigar In tho mar
ket. II. "W. COX,
d&w 100 State Street. Salem.
Importers and Dealers In
and Shoes !
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsyte's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. E. STRANG,
No. M3 Commercial Street,
I'lumbiu?, Gas and Stcani Filling
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
as-Agent for the ItlCIIAltDSON &
IlOYNl'ON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished In 18 W.
S,tMt n CUCiiA
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HAVE YOU A COLU IN THE HEAD wiiloh does not get better? Hbv yon n ex
eelve secretion or mucus matter In the nttMtl pnmgm1 Are you troubled by
hawking-, spitting, weak and Inflamed eyn, frequent korenww of the throat, rimclutf or
roarini? In the ears, more or less Impairment of the Iwmrlnjf, ioett of smll, mwnory Im
paired, dullness or dUrlnas of tiie liead.drynewi or heat ofthenoHeT Have you lot all
benseofsmellT Is your breath foul? If so, you have the Catarrh. Some itave all tliexj
symptoms, otners oniy a pan.
Tteetore the sense of taste and smell, removes bad taste and unpleasant iH-eatli, result
Inv fmm natarrh. Emtv and Pleannilt to uie. Follow dlraelkuis anil u mm lu viuraii.
teed by D. AV. SIATTIIKWH t Co.
CA1TAIN CHARLKB U DIMON, of New
1 JMBnlX Will Jiut, uwuramn
trouuted wtui uuromo ixiuru
itveoded your uwihwnia i
eumtlve prepertiee: but I
iltow inekMed nnd to
..i i -iw-t l. niu. i pntcuraeu jar, navinc wit little
muet kay.afler ueliur three Jani.1 am cunxlof tliat
for which tend me California CAT-It-CUItK for
who are Miiierer.
WBOW" SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 Stat St., Salem, Or.S
ftfflJtltfeJlrtMllI 'Ti tliilin ll it. .- - .- .JvJ:iv,yi.ti,A, -.,.-
SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1SSS.
BSTAIIMSHKD 11V NATIONAL AUT1I01UTY.
- - 575,000
j Capital Paid up,
I Surplus, - -
It. S. WALLACE, - - President.
V. AV. MAItTIN, - Vice-President.
.1. It. ALUEUT, ... - Cashier.
V. T. Gray, AV. W. Martin,
J. SI. Martin, It. S. Wallace,
, J.II. Albert,
T. McF. Pntton.
j To farmers on wheat nnd other tnnrket-
elther in private granaries or
State anil County Warrants Ilouglit at Pap.
Discounted nt reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
M National Bank
WM. N. LADUE. -Bit.
JOHN MOlll, . - -
- - President.
- - - Cashier.
"Exchnngoon Portland, Snn Francisco,
New York, London nnd Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially
Invited to deposit nnd transact business
with us. Liberal advance mndo on
wheat, wool, hops and other property nt
reasonabio rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained at the bank in
most reliable companies.
The SALEM MARKET
1)S COUItT STltEET.
Constantly on hand tho boat quality of
And nil kinds ol
S ATJS AG-
S-Tho CLEANEST kept market m tho
city. Call and free, for yoursolf.
McCP.OW &. WILLAKI).
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C, Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STHEET, - SALEJI, OHEGON.
JT3-A11 kinds of fresh and cured moats
always on hand. Full weight nnd u bquiiro
deal all around.
f EAVE OltDEItS AT LANCE'S LIV
Jj cry Stable, corner of Stnto nnd Front
streets, or on slato nt comer State and Com
merclnl streets. Prompt attention nnd
Y. A. UEN'SON.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
lloofiog and Spouting a Specially.
TO-At tho old stand of lien. Strung, Com
THE O WLY
Vofk City, formerly Meial
it of the
nUth in 1U
n.,. ft 'i.i T.i.,...in..L
1HCU Iillll KilUOIlillDilllR
-""ijiw out r nvuouHXi. lJ.. mkrK "1 J
r,wn- years, a ineno lit wooaiand. I
DripprnitiH'H Come to ftrlpf.
Tomi5sto.Ni:, Juno 8. Lute Wed
nesday night Sherill' Slaughter, of
this county, anil his deputy came
upon three Mexicans, who answered
the description of the Sonora train
robbers, in Whitstono mountains,
about thirty miles from here. The
sherill' commanded them to throw
up their hands. The desperadoes
immediately grasped their guns and
tiring commcnci-d from both parties.
Tlie result was that one of the rob
lorswas killed instantly, another
latally wounded, and the' third es
caped intothe woods withSlaughter
in close pursuit. Either the robber
will be captured or his death is cer
tain, as the sheriir will not allow
him to escape.
Too Much Platform.
Philadelphia, Juno S. The
Public Ledger to-day says. Tho in
discretion of the democratic con
vention in adopting in addition to
the platform a resolution indorsing
the Mills bill brings about a
probability that the vote of the solid
south may come out short by tho
defection of Virginia and West Vir
ginia or North Carolina, probably
one of them, and possibly all three.
JI0N3IUI til MITKS.
Grunt "Wolvorton, of Spolaiuu
Falls, is visiting his parents In
The narrow gauge is moving con
siderable wheat from the warehouse
here tit the present time.
The clmpcl of tho Normal school
is tastefully decorated for tho exer
cises of commencement week.
Saturday evening the art exhi
bition is held. About -10 paintings,
tho work of pupils during tho year
besides numerous drawings will
be exhibited. Miss Lena Bosworth
has charge of this department. Miss
Rhetta Powell has charge of tho
musical program for the same eve
ning furnished by her pupils.
On Sunday is tho bacealaurcato
sermon by the Row A. T. Adkins of
Corvallis. On Monday evening tho
alumni reunion takes place. Tues
day afternoon a meeting of tho new
board of trustees of tho Normal
school. Christian college lias been
discontinued and the new board aro
non-sectarian and property has been
deeded to them. Tuesday evening
literary societies join in giving an
ontertaiunicnt. Wednesday com
mencement exercises of classes in
collegiate, commercial and normal
courses. Win. Dawson is tho vale
dictorian, Miss Ida Smith, salutator-
ian; G. A. llotick, historian; S.
Goodnight, humorist; E. C. Rutland,
prophet. IJesides the orations on
"Heiress to Jlllllons,"
newspaper stated, and
envied her. Rut little
was she to bo envied, however; for
In spito of her great wealth sho was
miserable. It was her lot, in com
mon with myriads of women, to
sudor from those "chronic. weak
nesses," which are ociiliar to tho
female sex. Miserable, nervous, and
discouraged, sho would gladly have
given every dollar of her fortune for
one briel Installment of health.
How easy, and how Inexpensive,
would bo the journey to health, if
Dr. Pierce's favorite prescription
was selected as a remedy, and the
use of the same persisted In; that Is,
tho experience of thousands of
women afllictedin thoahovo maimer
teaches us to predict so. It is tho
only medicine for women, sold by
druggists, under a positive guaran
tee, from the manufacturers, that it
win give satisfaction in every case,
or money will ho refunded. Tills
guarantee lias been printed on tho
bottlu-wrupior, and faithfully car
ried out for many yours. Dr.
Piurco's pellets, or anti-bilious
grumilod, euro sick headache, dys
IHipsla and constiixitfoii.
Ad Absolute Core.
Tho ORIGINAL ABIETINK
OINTMENT la only put up In large
two-ounco Hu boxes, and Is an
absolute euro for old soree, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and nil
skin oruptloiiB. Will' positively
euro nil kinds of piles. Ask for the
uhiulnaL ARIETIN'E OINT
MENT. Sola byD.W. Matthews
A Co., 100 Stuto street, Salem, nt 38
-euta iwr box by mall 80 cents.
A nt;ut of Hrlfrl I'rolU.
Dried. . neeUrlne. apricot,
IHwelnw, prune, plum, apple,
pattr, blaokbrde, flip, ete., ;the
finest ever oJIbrod In Hh1iu. nt H.
Farrar &. Co'. Freeh fruit and
vegetables vry morning.
. j - '' A-Aiiej;
Prof. Van Scoy delivered tho
commencement address before tho
btato agricultural eollege Wednes
day. T. P. Boyd left last evening for
Ashland, and is now enjoying the
balmy breezes of Jackson county, or
something unite as agreeable.
Mrs. Patty, of Yamhill county,
visited tho school yesterday, and
was present nt several examinations.
Mw. Mcintosh, her son and
daughter, Kenneth and Gertrude,
and A. S. Rrown left yesterday for
their homes in Seattle, W. T.
Rev. V. P. Tower conducted
chapel exercises Monday. Miss
Nettie Mereditli and W. Jl Culver
Prof. Carlton, of Helena, Montana,
visited tho school Thursday, and
was well pleased with the outlook
of the university.
recital given by
well attended, and a good
Tho commencement exercises will
all begin promptly on time, and will
be run by tho town clock.
Tho new catalogues for tho past
year aro out and aro tho neatest that
tho university has ever furnished.
The commencement of tho law
department will take place to-night,
there are two graduates in law this
year, J. N. Rrown, of Roise City,
Idaho, and W. C. Hawley, of
Tho society hall was crowded to
over (lowing last evening by mem
bers and friends of tho societies.
Tito program was well rendered,
and pronounced by those present
tho best tho societies have over
furnished. Tho poem by F. M.
Anderson, entitled "Our Alma
Mater" would have been an honor
to any poet; tho oration by S. W.
Stryker would have added a laurel
to the gown of a senior; tho essay
by Miss Maggio Rrown spoke for Ils
self; and tho other renditions wero
equally us .well executed and
enjoyed by those present.
A Montreal car stable llro yester
day, burned 1:11 horses and other
property. Loss 10,000.
Congress has voted $1,000,000 for
a public building in New York. Tho
chamber of commerce of that city
asks to have the amount doubled.
Gen. Sherman has been laid up for
two days with an attack of rheuma
tism. Thonn'cctlon is in his back,
but tho doctors do not regard tho ail
ment as serious.
E.raH. Raker a director of tho
Union Pacillc railway and president
of tho American loan and trust com
pany, died in Boston on Thursday
night, of blood poisoning.
In Oienns' Kalls.New York.a tor
nado with rain, hail and thun
der, knocked things about badly.
Several porsons wero struck with
lightning, but none killed.
Tho hotel at Manltou park. (Jul.,
burned on Thursday night with all
Its contents. It was caused by a log
rolllip; from n llroplaeo. setting tho
room on lire. Tho loss Is $60,000.
Wo rtli Knowing,
Mr. W. II. Morgan, merchant,
Lake City, Fla., was taken with a
severe cold, attended with u distress
ing cough and u running into con-
himiptlon in Its llrst stages. Ho tried
many so-called popular cough rem I-
dies ami steadily grow worse, was
reduced in iiesii, nad diiucuny in
breathing and was unablo to sleep,
F nn v tried Dr. KIiik'h jjmv JJls-
covury for Consumption ami found
Imiuiuediate relief, and after using
about a, half dozen bottles found
himself well and has had no return
of tho dlcense. No other remedy
can show so grand a record of euros,
as Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, guaranteed to do J nut
what Is claimed for It. Trial bottle
fre ut II. W. Cox's drug store.
Potklen' Amlra Halrr.
The host salvo In tho world foi
cuts, bruises, soros, ulcers, mltrhuum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or
no jwy required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 conts per box.
For wile by Dr. H. "W. Cox.
Cmu r'or Wool.
Highest audi price puld for
in me uperti itoueeuiocK.
rti gaw a him ju wu mm w wycrogaew
TUB ON) ROMAN K13I.0BIZB1).
Mr. Tarpcy, of California, Nominates
Jiule- Tliuriiiiui for VU'i
Tho following very handsome
tribute is taken from a long and
glowing speech In tho national
Allan (5. Thurman ! What an
epitome of American statesmanship
is embodied in that name. His
character and ability are known to
every man, woman and child In the
land. His public services will bo ti
more enduring monument than
temnles of stone or brass. History
mi ft or history will inscribe his nanio
among the list of America's
illustrious sons. Attaining his seat
In tho United States senato in 1S00,
the Imprint of Ids genius is found
deeply imbedded in the legislation
of the country. From his llrst ap
pearance in tho senate until his
retirement from that body, his voice
was always raised In behalf of the
people and in defense of their rights.
For forty years lie has been a promi
nent llgure in public life, and to-day
no man can point to one single act
or expression of his which does not
do him credit. Lnrgoof heart, largo
of brain, and larger still In ex
perience, lie Is the man of all men
whose record Justllles his nomina
tion at your hands, in the sense
that ho cannot bo defeated before
the people. A man of benevolent
heart, manifesting Itself not only In
private but in public, has been it
leading feature of his career.
When tho Pacillc coast was en
deavoring to retard Chinese im
migration, when it hud decided that,
national legislation was necessary to
accomplish the desired result, wliou
the merits of tho subject wero not
understood cast of the Rocky
mountains, Allan O.TIiunimii, then
asenator of tho United States, was
tho llrst to raise his voice In defense
of those whoso means of living wero
in danger and whose homes wero
threatened witli destruction.
When the great railroad tior
poratlons evinced an Intention to
evade tho payment of their obliga
tion to the government, this great
man prepared that remarkable
enactment known us the Thurman
hill, by which tho ollendlmr cor
porations were obllued to provide u
sinking fund for tho redemption ot
During the trying times of recon
struction, Mr. Thurnian was tiio
central llguro in the United Slates
senate in upholding tho dignity and
Integrity ot the constitution. Thu
waves of parly passions, broke harm
less upon his lion front and settled
back into calmness by the force of
his logic and I ho powers of his
oratory. A scholar, too, is ho, and
his disquisitions upon constitutional
law aro masterpieces of reason and
eloquence, challenging the admir
ation of even his political opponents.
Four years since the California
delegation put forward Mr. Thur
man as tnelr candidate for tho
presidency, ami were enthusiastic in
uridinr his nomination. Four years
have but augmented their reverence
and allectlou for him. Tho patriot
of Columbus cannot bo allowed to
wither in retirement. His fame Is
not his alone. It Is the grand prl.o
of the American people. His niimo
may be most llttingly coupled with
that of your honored president,
llriicwN lltr Voulli.
Pluulio Chesloy, Peterson.
Iowa, tells llie lollowluir
remarkable story, the truth of which
jH vouched for by the residents of tho
tewn: "lam T.i years old, huv
)WJ troubled with kidney coin.
plaint and lameness for many your;
eorild not dress myself wlthouthelp.
x' i -.... r ll ....l.. ...:.i
.limy i inn iicu iiijiii tin imiu iiuiL
soreness, and am uiile to do all my
houework. I owe my thanks to
Klcclrlo Hitters for having renewed
my youth, and removed completely
ulidlHeiifeO and pain." Try a bottle.
OOC. 1111(11. Ill 11. W. L.OX'8
M'fl lu the lluil.
is it not Doner to nip coiiHimip-
not better to nip
uuii. mo greuiusi scourge or Human
ity, lu the bud, than to try to stay
its progress on tho brink of the
grave? A few doses of Calll'oriilii'n
most useful production SANTA
AHIF, the king of Consumption,
will relieve, itudu thorough treat
ment will cure. Nasal Catarrh, ton
often the forerunner of coiisuiuih
tlon, win lie cured by CALIFOR
NIA CAT-It-CURK. Theo reme
dies are Mild and fully warranted by
D. W. Matthews & Co., 100 Statu
Two girl to do dining room work.
Kuqttlre at the Chemekte hotel.