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SALEiVt, OR., FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1SSS.
-1E0. W. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
(jj- nnd District Attorney. Ollleo nt court
3lILMON FORD, ATTOUNEY AND
Counselor nt Law, Salem, Oregon.
tUce, up stairs In Patton's block.
ClHAW GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
r Law.'Salcm, Oregon. Ollleo In Patton's
block, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
t T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
" Law. Office over Copltol National
Sank, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
T-rr M. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Y Salem, Oregon. Ollleo wltli Tllmou
Ford. In Patton's building. Will practlco
In nil the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land ollleo business a specialty.
HST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
repairer. All work warranted.
Leave orders nt T. JIcF. Patton's book
store, State street, Salem, Or.
EXPRESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
delivery. Wm. Rennlo having bought
the express business of Walter Lowe, Is
safer, better, nnd neater, thnn It enn bo
douo by nny body else. Leave orders nt
C o m p any.
Flro and Ma
rine. JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician nnd
surgeon, will open nn ollleo In tho New
Hank Block, on Jlay 1st, Tor tho treatment
of nil diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Jledlcal bat lis, oxygen and
electro-niagnetlsm used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis & Chamberlain.
b0 acres, 3 miles from Salem, highly
cultivated t 83000
4 lots, good houso and barn, East Sa
Slots, llncly situated 17u0
600 acres, 21 miles from Salem, well
Improved, can bo divided into 3
or four tracts 10,000
UUO acres, 8 miles from south of Saiom,
fair lmprovemements.tlno tl-ber
and water S230
1 block of land. 3 houses, rent for J12
each, pays Interest on S4000 3000
K) acres 8 miles south of Salem, fair
5 acres, adjoining city limits, in
1 lot, good houso nnd barn, ndjolniug
court houso.block 1S50
1 acre, Salem, new houso nnd barn,
plenty of small fruit 2000
The foregoing Is but n partial list of tho
bargains wo bavo to offer.
"WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
A pood Iron fmmo Horse Power,
for all uses, from one to full cnpaclty.
All for the low price of 00. Call at tho Pu
rine Cider, Vinegar & mill preserving
Company's olllce. Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE 2SS ACRES,
223 in cultivation, SO acres good timber, bal
ance pasture: 100 acres In fall wheat, 2o
ncics In oats, and SO In potatoes. House,
barn, orchard, etc. Two mllos north of
Salem, may bo divided; price, SoO per acre,
terms ensy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
HS3A ncros, near Prospect hill, 7 mlleo, by
agood road, from Salem, 118 acres in culti
vation, balanco in timber. Well watereu,
good $1000 house of 8 rooms, moderate barn,
well at tho door ; all fenced nnd a thrifty
young orchard. Thlrteou acres seeded to
pasture grass, and 07 acres Ingrain. Pur
chaser can havo liberal terms to harvest
PRICE $4000, TIMT3 GIVEN.
Come rlgUt to tho farm and savo ngent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley
the Grango Store.
FOR SALE or RENT !
WeU watered and plenty o4 tlmbar. Two
liuuM and two barnc Good orchard.
Muudow and ISO aeres plow land. Fifty
head of enUU with the place If wanted, and
boivesenouchUinm IL Wlthlu Ave miles
of depot on the 0.& a It. It. A bargain tor
Enquire at Office of Caoital Journal.
SMITH'S OIL CAN HOLDER.
Having naad W. 8. Smith' OU Oan Hold
tr in our Mwml BunWs,w lnartiLr an
diHrwaU good word srmkeuln ita Mor
We belters U to be the must owral and
n vt-nieat household article.
Prtrf. z. i. Parrtn, Dr. J. Rernolda.
1'. W. Matthews Jt do, A. T. Gilbert.
Ir J. iTSmtUi. Ir. J. W. Meredith,
H. V. duuiwtefc, A. Grsni.
w. T. Hialar, K. Krledman,
I V. WasBcr, On W. Bait,
1. li. UdSlT A. Mayer,
i. J. Kry, W. Breymsa.
H. W. COX,
(Successorto Tho l'ort Drug Co.)
10Q State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEI1RATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ttSTho best flvo tent cigar In tho mar
ket. II. COX,
d&w 100 Stato Street, Salem.
Importers nnd Dealers In
and Shoes !
General Agents for Oregon of
W. li. Forsyllie's Infallible. Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. E. STRANG,
No. 803 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
I'lumbinjr, Gas and Stcara Filling
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
jrar-Amrat for the
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces,
tabllshed in 1S19.
i or ik. i
lot mri sir urni.
tt-A. LU .1 L
Ci.i ir..ig , I . uui
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a AVIS YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which doe not gel Ixrtlw? Have you an ex
mmIV0 tecretlon of mucus matter In the muuil ixMaagaiT Aryou troubled by
Max. spilling, weak aud inflained eget, frequent Mtrenew of u UutMt, linclnc or
roarllUETn tlie enn, more or lean iinnainnent of the lieitrliur, torn of Mnell, ineitmry lm
PHlrad, dullnaM or dlMlnem of tlie head, drj'nemi or heat ortbe noMT Have you loit all
tetiM of smell r Is your breath foul T If so, you have the Catarrh. Some have all Uum
symptom, oUiem only a part.
Reatorea tlie kenae of taate and mnell, removes Uul uate anil unpleaaant breath, renult
inr from Catarrh. Easy and pleasant to uw. Follow dlrectlona and a cure U vuaran
tSl byl). W. MA1THKWB A Co.
CA1TAIN CHARLER U VlUns, of Hew York CHy, formerly special agent of the
ltKroU and Home Inauranoe Company at Han Franciaoo, UaL.iarK "I Iiave beeu
tranblsd with Chronic Catarrh for twenty year. A Mend In Woodland, CaL, rocuin
mended your California CAT-R-CURE. I proeurd4 ajar, having but little niiib In lu
curative Drepertk: but I nut nay.after using llirwjr, 1 am cured of that disgusting
mm. Indosednud $b tor which send me California CAT-R-CUKK for aoinelrlend,
WMsnnn. qUARANTjjED nY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 State St., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Depot.
First National Bank
WM. N. LADUE, -DR.
JOHN MOIR, - -
- - President.
- - - Cashier.
Exchaneo on Portland, Sair Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought nnd sold. State, County nnd City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
Invited to deposit mid transact buslnct-s
with us. Liberal advances niado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property nt
reasonabio rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained nt tho bank in
most reliable companies.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTIIOIUTY,
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, - -
- - - 75,000
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. AY. MARTIN, Vice-President.
J. II. ALUERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, VII. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other mnrkct-
ablo produce, consigned or in store,
eonslgncd or In M(
rl vn to granaries or
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted nt reasonabio rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Ban
Francisco, Portland, London, Purls, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
tell and Salt Meats !
And nil kinds of
3-Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Call and seo for yourself.
IlcCROW & WILHARD.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
8A11 kinds of fresh nnd cured meats
nlwnys on hand. Full weight nnd iiMjuuro
deal all around. ,
T HAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
j ery Stablo, corner of Stato and Front
stieets, or on slate at cornerStnto and Com
merclai streets. Prompt attention nnd
W. A. 11ENSON.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Rooting and Spouting a Specially.
Do-At the old stand of lien. Strang, Com
I 1 t i . in l
incuapitai fsatioual BaiiK
Chicago, 11:00 a. m. Conven
tion called to order by Chairman
At 11:30 the roll call was ordered,
and when California east 10 votes
for Blaine there was great cheering.
THE FIRST HALI.OT.
For Harrisen: Delaware 0,
Florida 1, Georgia 2, Indiana 29, Al
abama 1, Arkansas 1, Colorado 2,
Kentucky 4, Xcw Hampshire 14,
North Carolina 1, Missouri 3, Oiv
gon 1, Vermont S, Virginia 4, Wash
ington Territory 1, Tennessee 1,
Texas 1, Maine 2, West Virginia 2,
Gresham: Georgia 1, Illinois. 44,
Indiana 1, Arkansas 1, Colorado 3,
Kentucky 5, Louisiana 1, North
Carolina 2, Mississippi 3, Missouri
11, Nebraska 1, Oregon 4, Virginia
1, Montana 1, "Washington Territory
2, Texas 5, Mainol, "West Virginia
2, Dakota 1, Idaho 1.
BBSheksian: Florida 4, Georgia 10,
Kentucky 12, Louisiana 9, North
Carolina 15, Ohio 40, Mississippi 14,
Alabama 12, Arkansas 1, Missouri 0,
Nebraska 3, Pennsylvania 31, South
Carolina 11, Vermont 11, New Mexi
co 1, Tennessee 7, Texas 7, West
Virginiti5, Dakota 2.
Fitler: Florida 3, Pennsylvania
Ai.ger: Alabama 0, Kentucky 4,
Louisiana 2, Nevada 3, North Caro
lina 2, Missouri 0, Nebraska 2, Penn
sylvania 1, South Carolina 3, Vir
ginia 4, New Mexico 1, Tennessee 0,
Texas 2, Maino 3, "West Virginia 1
"Wisconsin 2, Dakota 1.
Dei'Ew Alabama 1, Kansas 1,
Louisiana, 1, New Hampshire 4,
New York 71, North Carolina
1, Missouri 2, Pennsylvania 8,
Tennessee 2, Maino 3, Dakota 2,
South Carolina 1, Mississippi 1.
Lincoln Georgia 1.
Inqalls Arkansas 10, Kansas
17, "Washington Territory 1.
DiiAiNE California 10, Kansas 1,
New York 1, North Carolina 1,
Missouri 1, 'Oregon 1, Pennsylvania
1, Tennessee 3, Texas 3, West
Ai.iasoN Colorado 1, Iowa 20,
Louisiana 3, Novada 3, Missouri 3,
Nebraska 3,IUiodo Island 0, Vermont
3, Idaho 1, Montana 1, Tennessee
11, Texas 7, Maino 2, Wisconsin 2.
IIawwjy Connecticut 12.
Pheli'S New Jersey 18, Ne
braska 1, Pennsylvania 3, Nevada 1.
Husk Nebraska 1, Vermont 1,
Of course tho first ballot wa
merely complimentary, and signi
lloa only tho lovo of states for favor
THE SECOND HAIJ.OT.
Tho second ballot stootl as follews:
Alger 110,, Gresham 10S, Lincoln 3,
Phelps 18, Allison 75, Ingalis 10,
Hlolno 32, Sherman 2-11), Dopow 00,
Itusk 20, Harifeou 05, McKinley 3.
THK THIRD 1IAM.OT.
On tho third Ixiilot the vote stoed:
AlgorlS2, Dupew 00, Harrison 01,
Phelps 60, Lincoln 2, Sherman 211,
Allison SB, Oruiham 126, Itusk 10,
Blaine 85, MoKInluy 8.
On motion of Miller, adjourned
till 7 p. m.
IVbat Csriitticlt! Huyn.
Lovdok, Junk 21. A dispatch
from 0110 of the HUdne iwrty wtys
rnesfl mill to-day: "15llne will
not remee the nomlimtloii If It U
given him. If the ItcjHibilcuiijwrty
rinds that It cannot agree uimii their
lender, their culls for it lender to lead
atfHlii ifoea without Maylnjf. Jtbshbt
diity to do wa mid Blaine never
failed to do Ills duty, especially sine
then 1m a clear tairiptUrii to be
fought upon the lmue of proter-tioii
&wl free trade. The former Blaine
feeltte essential to Uw oouiiUt'h
prosperity. It in not anticipated
that tbla call will he made upon hlui,
but If made It miut beaovepted."
King John of Abyssinia is dead ;
it is supposed he was poisoned.
Mrs. Boueicault, wife of Dion
Boueicault, has obalned a divorce
nnd has been awarded costs.
Capt. P. B. Johnson, editor of tho
Walla Walla Union, and one of the
pioneers, is reported seriously 111.
Bismarck has notified tho powers.
Including Franco and Bussla, that
Emperor William means peace.
There is a lively war on rates be
tween the Paeltle Mail and tho Can
adian Paeitle steamship companies.
Tho heat is extreme in the eastern
states, and numerous prostrations in
New York aud Brooklyn have oc
curred. Tho train robbers in Montana,
havo not yet been overtaken by
their pursuers, and it Is now thought
they will mnko good their escape.
In Seattle burglaries and garrot
ings have been rile of late, but a stir
has been made by tho citizens and a
number of operators are In Jail.
Bussell Sage has purchased the
Grand Southern Hallway at auction
at St. John, paying only $101,000 for
it. Tlie original cost was $SiX,000.
Four hundred Celestials left San
Francisco on Thursday for the
Flowery Kingdom. They can go to
China now for $20 per head.
Dr. Mackenzie who attended tho
Emperor Frederic through his .fatal
sickness hits returned to England.
He asked audience of tho emperor,
but was refused.
Postmaster General Dickinson
says tho Chicago convention will
rush to Blaine alter the favoritesons
have been balloted for. Blaine Is
sure to be nominated.
Gen. Sheridan's condition remains
unchanged. He keeps informed of
tho proceedings of tlie Chicago con
vention and takes great linterestin
Mrs. Lulu Johnson has been
awarded 1.000 damages by tv Wash
ington Territory court, for ejectment
from a Northern Paclllo train. 1 Icr
daughter, who was put oil at tho
same time, also sues for damages.
Taconia has been scandalized with
the gambling fraternity and tho
city government has refused to sup
press t hem. But a raitl was made
on their haunts on Wednesday
night, ami a number of habitues ar
rested. 111. Alltel Cunimriu'ciiiciit.
Tho following Is tho commence
ment at Mt. Angel college.
Tuesday, June 2(1, 1888, 8:30 a. m.
Music aud examination In the En
glish Language for t lie 2nd commer
cial course. 10:00 a. si. Music and
examination for tho 1st commercial
00111x0 nnd preparatory department.
2:00 i. m. Music and examination
in United States history and physi
ology. 4:00 i". m. Music and exam
ination in arithmetic for all the com
mercial courses. 4:50 p. jt. Exam
ination in geography for 1st and 2nd
Wednesday, .lunc2i). 0:00 a. m.
Examination in moral theology
10:00 a.m. Examination in dog
matic theology. 4:00 i m. Com
moiiccment exercises: College or
chestra, salutatory address, song,
recitations and music. 8:00 i at.
Continuation of the commencement
exercises ; college band. Drama:
"School Oporu," address of his Grace
Archbishop W. H. Gross. Distribu
tion of premiums, songs, valedictory
and seng: 'Vnleto Studla.'
Special programs to he distributed
Juno 20 and 27. Next term com
mences Tuesday Sept. I, 1888.
If you stiller with asthma, bron
chitis, or any other (IIkohso of the
throat or lungs, nothing can sur
priho you more than the rapid Im
provement that will follow the use
of SANTA ABIE. If you are
troubled with catarrh, and have tried
other medicines, you will bo unable
to ox tress your amazement at the
marvelous and liistaulaueous cura
tive iK)vers of CA L I KO HN I A CAT-H-CUHE.
These remedies are not
freoret compounds, but iistum! pro
ductions of California. Hold utfl.00
a iMtckaue; three for $2.50, and gtmr
auteed by 1). W. Mathews Sc Co.,
106 State Street.
An AUelnte Care.
Tlie ORIGINAL ABI15TINK
OINTMENT Is only put up In large
two-ounce I in boxen, and Is an
absolute euro for old sores, burns,
wounds, ohapped Imihuj, ami all
skin eruptions. Will positively
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ABIMTINI5 OINT
MENT. Sola byD.W. MatUwws
A Co., 108 Stata street, Sateiri, at SS
etuis r boxby mall 80 cents.
THK 11)01, 01' HAVANA.
How a llrave Cuban Woman Went to
tho Holier of a (larrNon.
I ma a Cuban, and I lovo Cuba,
yet tho extreme heat of some
months of each year is unbearable.
You remember I ho entrance to
Havana harbor is guarded by Morro
Castle. The garrison numbers about
200. Three years ago last J tine tho
temperature rose beyond all pre
vious records and tho sutlerlngwas
intense. The authorities were dread
ing tho possible Invasion of Cuba's
deadliest scourge yellow fever.
News came to the city'of tho break
ing out of tho fever at the castle.
Immediately steps were taken for
tho complete isolation of tho fort.
No boats were allowed to land from
tho infected locality and none were
brave enough to venture tlie casting
oflhclrlot with the garrison. At
sunset each day wo watched tho
gates open and greatfuneral corteges
wind tlielr way down the hill to tlie
little garrison cemetery; we listened
for tlie volleys of salute, their num
ber denoting how many bravo fel
lows had succumbed that day. Quo
evening as we apathetically gazed
across the water a boat shot forth
from tho pier of Havana. It was
loaded to tho gunwales with provis
ions aud medicines, and none in
that crowd needed to bo told its des
tination. Our eyes then sought the
gulderof tho little craft, and, to our
horror, saw tho sole occupant was a
woman. Then a universal shout of
protest came too Into She paused
an instant from her rowing and si
lenced ouriuurniurings with a wave
of her small hand.
"I am alone," she said. "From
all Havana mil one regret will fol
low mo. 'Tls better that 1 should
go than u life upon whoso tenure
hangs tho fate of others. Good-by."
Wo strained our eyes across the
water; watched her strokes grow
slower and slower, its tho awful heat
sapped her very life, anil dually
pause exhausted beneath Castle
Meno's walls. Those faithful souls,
bravo and constant to (lie last, re
fused admission, though we could
feel the hunger and longing ex
pressed lu their long suHerhig eyes.
At length faint resistance ceased
they eagerly came down to the
welcome boat fairly lifted their
angel of mercy on wailing should
ers, and, followed by others bearing
the medicines to which many poor
fellows will owe their lives, are lost
to our view within (he castlo walls.
Tho first effect wo noted was the
reduction in the number of salutes
over tho soldiers' graves; then ono
blessed morning when a breeze, all
but cool, camo straight from your
uorthlaud tho distress signal was
hauled down, and again the royal
Hag of Simiu Honied proudly from
the battlements, denoting all was
well within. Instantly the bay was
dotted with boats. Wo Hocked to
the castlo and exchanged congratu
lations wltli the governor and badly
decimated garrison. We learned
that undoubtedly not a life would
havo been preserved hud ll not been
for the lira ve midden's timely succor
Now, there, gentlemen, Is an In
cident of u laud of hoot.
"But what became or tho girl?"
anxiously linjulrcd the Long
"She is tho hupny wife of tho
governor of tho castlo ami Is tlie Idol
of all Havana." Nashville Ameri
can. "It Make llTlif.r
To read all these advertisements of
medluinos upon medicines when
tlwiir fiimmmiitn i'lfli uilitli imWlrHi-
larlty ami minute lie of detail, all
ami oven "babyklml," are heir to.
iiowcneapoue iceis to commence
what slio supposes to boa tragic or
tender love-story, read until her
sympathies are so thoroughly
aroused that she can scarcely sleep
without knowing whether thoy were
married or not, and then have it
end something llk this: "Dr.
IMlS4lfu llYtiriifl tit ltlMlJlI lit Iflll lu till
J M li'V n ' ((!.' nmi iii. i if ia to HIV
only punitive cure for all classes of
"female weakness," such aaprolup
hum, InllumuiHtion, porlodUu pains,
etc. For sale by all driiKiilsts,"
Dr. lMcm-ft'ii I'mIIhU urn Lutullva
or Cathartic according to she of
You cannot afnird to waste time
in experimenting when your lungs
are In (lunger. Consumption always
seems at first only a oold. Do not
imrmlt any dealer to luiMje upon
you with some cheap Imitation of
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds, but lx
sure you get the genuine. ilecuiUM)
he can make more prollt he may
tell you he has something Just as
good, or Just the saiue. Don't be
deceived, but Insist umu getting Dr.
King's New Discovery, which la
guaranteed to give relief lu all
Uiroat, lung and chest urfeetioux.
Trial bolt! freo at Dr. II. V. Cox's
drug store. Large bottles $1.