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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1SSS.
SEO "tf. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
(j und District Attorney. Office' nt court
TILMON1 FORD, ATTORNEY AND
counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon.
OplCe, W Bl""0 " J.m,w w,
rtHAW & GREQG, ATTORNEYS AT
n Law, Salem, urccon. uuire in muun s
Hock, up stair? oyer Halt's drug store.
H T.'RlCHARDSOtf, ATTORNEY AT
LaTT. Uluce over ulhui xuuuutu
lank, 29 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
TttM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
V salorrf, Oregon, Olnctnvlth Tllmon
Ford. In Pattern's building. Will practice
In nil the courts of Oregon, ejections
mail?, lanu, UIUUU uuamuaa u dukwhj
oT -Iltfr.VM PTANft TTTNttU ANT)
H repairer. All work "Warranted.
C?5ve orders nt T. McF. Pattern's book
store, State street, Salem, Or.
T-iXPRESS WAGON, QTJICK AND SAFE
R delivery. Wm.Rennlo having bought
ilie express business of Walter Lowe,
prepared to deliver trunks valises, pack
ages, and any thing else that ho can get In
hta wagon to any part of the city, quicker,
safer, better, and neater, than it can be
done by any bqdy else. Leave orders nt
Firo and Ma
rine. J03. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, nnthropologlst, physician nnd
surgeon, will open an olllco in the New
Bank lllock, on Slay 1st, for the treatment
of nil diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hyglenlcnnd nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis k Chamberlain.
CO acres, 3 miles from Salem, highly
Hots good house and baru, East Sa
lem . 2S2
Slots, llnely situated 1700
800 acres, 23 miles from Salem, well
Improved, can bo divided Into 3
or four tracts 10,000
aacrcs,8 miles from south of Salem,
Ail. tmhTAi'nmomAtite flnntl Mipr
and water stjjU
1 block of land, 3 houses, rent for ?12
each, pays interest on S100U 3000
enAAnt, Imllna emit), nfKnlnm fiilr
improvements - -SWU
6;aeres, adjoining city limits, in
1 lot, good house nnd barn, adjoining
court house block 1850
1 acre, Salem, new house nnd barn,
plenty of small fruit 2000
The foregoing Is but a partial list of the
bargains we have to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
A good iron frame llorso Power. Good
for all uses, from one to full capacity.
All for tho low prlco of $30. Call ut tho Pa
cific Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's olllco. Salem, Oregon,
FOR SALE 2SS ACRES,
2S In cultivation, 30 acres good timber, bal;
ance pasture: 100 neres In fall wheat, Ja
DpKu In nnd) nml fin In nntntnos. House.
barn, orchnrd, etc. Two miles north of
ojiem, may no aiviuuu; jirict, sou m u,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
108H acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
good road, from Salem, H3 acres In culti
vation, baUnco In timber. Well watered,
good $1000 house of 8 rooms, moderntobarn,
well at the door; nil fenced and a thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
pasture grass, nnd B7 neres ingrain. Pur
chaser can have liberal terms to hnrvost
PRICE $4000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to tho farm nnd savo agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON,
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
FOR SALE or RENT !
WjUwHtared and plenty oi timber. Two
low and IG0 awes plow land. Fifty
ofosttle with the place If wanted, and
oulitorunlu Wllhln five miles
um iwu parne. uimhi wwtiti.
ieu.iSU.lLiU .A. oargHin ior
Esqeire at Office of Caoltal Journal.
SMITH'S OIL CAN HOLDER.
HTinc used W. B. Health's OU Qm Hold
JJn our Mvantf uulllw.we heanUy t
S all mod womb oku li IU livor
Mleve it to be Vai atot neSfM m
ujrnieot bouMhold article.
J: . . I-arrtu, Dr. J. BerMttta.
lii.- Uw Co, A. T. OUUrt,
Oeo. W. Belt.
H. W. COX,
(Succossorto Tho Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR THE CEIiEBUATEU
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ttS,Tho best five cent cigar in tho mar
ket. H. W. COX,
difcw 100 State Street. Salem.
Importers uud Dealers In
Boots and Shoes !
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsytlic's Intilliblo Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. B. STRANG,
No. 303 Connncrclnl Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
JS3- Agent for the RICHARDSON &
nnvvws COMPANY'S Furnneeu. Es
tablished In 1S19.
y?6 MO J..
ft 2 BY WU.,V
i m rrinr nrnL
I ..t. VTiJ "I
tfL. r. uu .1
SAVB YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which doe not get bsttarT Have you an ex
oMlve osorrtlan of muoog maturln the naU fcng? Are you trouhtod by
klnr spitting, weak and lnllamed eyes, frequent sorenewof thethrout.rlnglnifor
roarliiE fu the erB, nvore or le Impairment of tlie herln, los of wnell, meiHorylm
irl dullneMordlwlnertofthehead.drj-neiMorheRtornienowT Have you hwtHll
ceneofsmMi7 jwruiM" uw,iuuii.imiiii v........
symptoms, otharu only ft part.
nuiraatlAitMu of UMte ana men. removes una uwieunu uniwemiani. utwui, rwuii
lnfrolfi cWtarrh7 Eiynd jrtewant to ou. Follow direction and a cure to irur.
SSl lv DlvlMATTIlfcV8 I Co.
nAPTAIV CHARLB8 L. DIMON, of New York City, formerly iteelal acent of tbe
piumbIx ad IIoiiw Inun Company at tian PBieIon,Oal.1V: "OiaTe been
i!2S rtili Chroute Catarrh tor twenty years. A friend la ooSland, Oal., reoou.
3jJS,r ciflfcirnta AT-R-CUHE. ioc4irUe.l a Jar, liavtn but Uul fclU. Inltt
fllrwiTi. iMtOMd nnd 5 w wnicu enu imuuimButAi-iwuHA wr wmw imw,
D. W. MATTHEWS &. COMPANY,
106 state St., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale DodoI
First National Bank
WJI. N. LADUE, President,
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vlco President.
JOHN SIOIR, Cashier.
Exclmngo on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London nnd Hong Kong
bought nnd sold. State, County nnd City
warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially
invited to dejKwlt und tmnsact business
with us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops nnd other property nt
reasonable rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained nt the bank In
most rellablo companies.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL ACTIIOIMTY,
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, - -
- - $75,000
- - 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. H. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
,W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J.'H. Albert,
T. McF. Vntton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other market'
nblo produce, consigned or in store,
either In prlvnto graunrles or
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted nt reasonable rntes. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Han
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong uud Calcutta.
The SALEM MARKET,
OS COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best Quality of
tell anil Salt Meats !
And all kinds oi
3-Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Call and sco for yourhdf.
McCHOW & WILLARD.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
O-AH kinds of frmh nnd cured meat
always on hand. Full weightnnd n bquaro
deal nil around.
LEAVE ORDERS AT IiANCE'8 LIV
cry Stable, corner of State and Front
streets, or on slato at corner State and Com
merclal street. Prompt attention and
W. A. BENSON.
STOVES AND TINWARE!
Hoofing and Spouting a Specialty.
aa-At tho old stand of Ben. Strnng. Com
I I AT ! I M 1
THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION.
Proceedings of Today's Convention.
Chicago, Juno 23, 4:30 p. in.
Tho convction ntljourned till Mon
day nt 11 a. in., by a voto of 492 to
Chicago, Juno 23. Tho conven
tion was called to order ntlO.-OS. Tho
roll call on tho fourth ballot of states
began at 10:20, with Warner Miller
Tho vote resulted as follews: Al
ger 135, Harrison 217, Allison SS,
Blaiuo42, Sherman 230, Gresham
9S, MoKinloy 11, Lincoln 1, Doug
lass 1, Fornkcr 1.
Tho fifth ballot followed Immedi
ately, and gave the following result:
Blaine 40, again of 4; Alger 142, a
gain of 7; Allison 09, gain of 11;
Harrison 213, lost 4; Qreslmui 87,
lost 11; Sherman 221, lost 12; MoKin
ley 14, a gain of 3.
The convention then tock another
adjournment until 4 o'clock.
Chicago Juno 23. Gov. Foraker
said, at 3:25 p. m., that Ohio would
not voto solid for Sherman this
afternoon. Said ho thought Blaine
a very strong man, 'when asked
about tho contemplated stampedo
to him. Thero is soino talk of com
bining tho Blaine men on Allison.
Chicago, Juno 23, 4:12. After
convention called to order, motion
i was made to adjourn till Monday.
The roll Is being allied with pros
pects against adjournment.
ADJOURNED TILL MONDAY.
Opinion of the Morning 1'rcxH.
Chicago, Juno 20. Tho Tribune
this morning says that anti-Harrison
forces have combined to prevent
his nomination, and after a ballot or
two will adjourn to unlto on some
The News says tho ticket still
looks liko Blaine and Harrison or
Blaine and Alger.
Tho Times says Alger and Allison
gained strength during tho night.
Tho Herald says Alger and Allison
nro very hopeful, and says that at
least part of tho Pennsylvania dele
gation will go to Allison, after Sher
man. The papers agreo that Harri
son is the most prominent candidate
St.Louib, Juno22 Tho homestead
of Gen. Grant, better known as tho
Dent property, consisting of 750
acres, lying twelve miles west of this
city, has boon sold at private sale,
under iv mortgage given to W. II.
Vanderbllt In 1881, during thoGrant
& Ward troubles. Tho sale was au
thorized by Chauncoy M. uopew for
Vanderbllt, and the property passed
Into tho possession of Luther II.
Conu.n, millionaire and ex-('onfeder
ate. Ho paid $00,000 for tho Dent
farm, and will uso it for a breeding
place for breeding fancy stock. Ho
has christened the place "Grant
wood." Tho homestead was in tho
possession of tho Dont family for
more than half a contury.
A Sound Legal Opinion.
E. BainbridjL'o Munday Ewj.,
County Atty., Clay Co., Tox. Buys:
"Have used Klectrlo Bitters with
most happy muiUs. My brother
also was very low with malarial
fovor und jaundice, but wiw cured by
timely uso of) this medicine. Am
satisfied Klectrlo Bittern wived his
Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Ilbreo
Cave, Ky., adds a liko testimony;
says: Ho positively ImjIIovoh ho
would have died, had It not bem
for Klectrlo Bitters.
This groat remedy will ward off,
iih well as cure all malarial ttttmtw,
and forall kidney, liver and stomach
disorder stand unomialod. l'rlco
50c. and f 1 at Dr. H. W. Cox's.
An Alxolnte Care.
Th OltlOLNAL ABIETIKK
OINTMIOfTte only put up In targe
two-ounotj lln Ihjx, and U au
alMoltite ours for old sort, burns,
wounds, olwppad hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will positively
cum nil kinds of pita. Ask for the
OHIOrNAL ABJlfiTINE OIKT
MEKT. Sold byD.W. JMfeUlMWi
4 (V., 1W Stats stntet, Bulmtt, nt 2S
oeuts r box by mall 80 osnts.
GREELEY TO PRESIDENT LINCOLN.
A Wretched Letter liy the Journal
ist After the Hull Run Disaster.
Tho following letter was written
by Horace Greeley to President Lin
coln after the battle of Bull Run,
and'Is printed for tho llrst time In
tho Hay-Nieolay "Lire of Lincoln"
In tho June Century:
Nkw York, Monday,
June 29,' 01. Midnight.
T)i:ar Sir: This is my seventh
sleepless night yours, too, doubt
lessyet 1 think 1 shall not die, be
cause l nave no ngni to me. i must
struggle to live, however bitterly.
But to business. You arc not con
sidered a groat man, and I am a
hopelessly broken one. You are
now undergoing a terrlblo ordeal,
and God has thrown tho gravest re
sponsibilities upon you. l)o not fear
to meet them. Can the rebels be
beaten after all that has occurred,
and In view of tho actual state of
feeling caused by our late awful dis
aster? Tf they can, and it Is your
business to ascertain and decide.
write mo that such Is your Judg
ment, so that I may know and do
my duty. And if they cannot bo
beaten, if our recent disaster is fa
tal, do not fear tosaclllco yourself
to your country. If tho rebels aro
not to bo beaten, if this is your
iuturinent In view of all tho lluht
yml could get, then every drop of
blood iieiiceiortn sued m tins quar
rel will bo wantonly, wickedly sued,
and the guilt will rest heavily on
tho soul of every promoter of tho
crime. T pray you (o decide quickly
and let mo know my duty.
If tho Union is Irrevocably gono,
an annistico for 80, 00, 90, 120 days
better still for a year ought at
once to bo proposed, with a view to
a peaceful adjustment. Then con
gress should call a national conven
tion, to meet at tho earliest possible
day. And there should bo an Im
mediate and mutual exchange or
release of prisoners and a dlsband
moilt of forces. I do not consider
myself at present a judge
of anything out tno punno senti
inent. That seems to mo every
where gathering and deepening
against a prosecution oi me war.
Tho gloom In tho city Is funeral,
for our dead at Bull Jlun were many,
and they llo unburled yet. On ev
ery brow sits sullen, scorching, black
despair. It would bo easy to have
Mr. Crittenden move any proposi
tion that ought to bo adopted, or to
have itcomo from any proper quar
ter. Tho llrst point is to ascertain
what can bo done which Is the
measure of our duty, and to do that
vorv thing at tho earliest moment.
This letter is written in the strict
est confidence, and is for your eye
alone. But you are at liberty to say
to members of your Cabinet that
you know I will second any move
you may sco tit to make. But do
nothing timidly nor by halves.
Send me word what to do. I will
llo till I can hear It at all events.
If It is best for tho country and for
mankind that wo make pence with
tho rebels at once and on their own
terms, do not shrink even from that.
But bear In mind the greatest truth:
"Whoso would loso his llfo for my
sake shall save It." Do tho thing
that Is the highest right, and toll
mo how 1 am to second you.
Yours in tho depth or bitterness.
not in hih right mind.
Horace Greelv's luttor to Lincoln
Just after tho battle of Bull Bun, re
cently published, has called out Mr.
Samuel Sinclair, an old time busi
ness ossoelatoof Mr. Greeley, who
says : "When that letter was writ
ten Mr. Greeley had been, anil was
still, Buffering with brain fever; the
ontlro letter, In my Judgment, re
vealed that ho wus on tho verge of
Insanity when ho wrote It, and Lin
coln must have estimated It at Its
proper value. Ah appears on Its
fa;e. tho letter was written to Jjin-
coln in the strictest confidence, for
his eye alone, and is it not doubtful
whether Messrs. Hays and NIcolay
aro justified In now bringing It lo-
fore tho world, with all the internal
evidence that tho writer of it was of
unsound mind when he wrote It?"
You cannot afford to waste time
in experimenting when your lungs
are In danger. Consumption always
seems at first only a cold. Do not
twrmlt uiiv dealer to lmmwo udoii
you with some cheap imitation of
Dr. King's xsew uisoovery inr con
sumption, cotigiis ami corns, nut oe
sure you get the genuine. Because
ii mii make more profit he may
tell you he has something Just as
good, or Just the shiiis. Don't be
deceived, but insist upon getting Dr.
King's New Discovery, which is
Cmnteed to give relief in hII
sit. Iuiik hiiu chest aflbetloiw.
Trial bottles free at Dr. II. W. Cox's
drug store. Large bottles $1.
Ed. S. Gill, business manager of
tho Soap Bubble Comedy company,
was in tho city to-day, arranging for
tho appearance of his company.
Tho Emin Bey relief committee of
London say that In view of facts in
their possession they place no reli
ance on tho sensational reinirts con
cerning tho Stanley expedition.
Tho tlrst Instalment of teachers to
tho teachers' convention, arrived in
San Francisco yesterday. Tuoy aro
frotn the eastern states.
Tho main bulldlmr of the Albu-
ntierouo Indian school burned yes
terday. The loss to the mission
board will bo quite heavy.
Wednesday last tho California
Fruit Union dispatched tho first spec
ial fast fruit train of tho season . to
Eastern points. Tho train consisted
Of eleven cars,
Tho secretary of the treasury trans
mitted to tho liouso on Friday a rec
ommendation from tho lighthouse
board asking for an appropriation of
$0000 for a lightship fitted with n
foghorn signal, to bo located outside
the bar of the Columbia.
The prohibitionists held a ratifica
tion In New York on Friday, at
which tho candidates, Gen. FIskand
Col. Brooks mado speeches. Tho
latter sald, "Polygamy, feudalism
anil slavery aro dead, and whisky
PlUMHVTinilAN Church. Bov.
II. A. Newell, pastor. Preach
ing at 10:30 A. M. and 7:30
p. st. Society or Christian
Kndeavor at 0:30 p. si. Sab
bath school at 12 si. ; it. S. Wallace,
supt. Prayer meeting on Thursday
nvinlni'it7:30 P. St. WolcOlllO to
all, at all tho sorvlces.
Bov. J.W. Harris, pastor. Corner
or Liberty and Center streets. Ser
vices at 7:30 p. si. Sunday school
at 12 St. Young people's meeting at
0:30 p. si. All aro cordially In
vited. M. 13. Church. Services will bo
held In tho M. 13. church to-morrow
as follews: Morning, at 10:30;
Evening at 7:30, Sunday
school at 12 si. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 0:30. All aro
Invited. Seats free. Bov. W.
Christian Cmmon. Elder P.
It. Burnett, pastor. Preaching at
10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday
school at 12 m. Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
EvANGiii.it'Ai, Church. Bov. J.
Mi Dick, pastor. Preaching on Sun
day at the usual hour, 10:30 a. si.
un'd 7:30 p. si. Sunday school at 12
si. Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 7:45 o'clock. All aro cor
dially invited to these services.
Baptist Church. Corner of
Liberty and Marlon streets. Bov.
A. B. Medbury, pastor. Services
at 10:30 a. si. and 7:30 p. si. Sunday
school at noon. Young peon o's
miHitlinr at 0:15 P. si. Siiiijectiu tno
evening sermon "Justification by
works and by Faith." All aro cor
Continuation At St. Louie.
Becoiitly 33 persons, 14 males nnd
11) females, four being adults, says
tho Catholic Sentinel, woro recently
confirmed In tho Catholic faith at
St. Louis in this county.
Archbishop Gross visited that par
ish on tho 17th Instant, and tho
services woro well attended. Tho
congregation met at tho pastor's
rosldoiico and conducted him in
procession to the church, tho choir
singing "Vlvat Pastor Iloiius;' and
when near the church door, all knelt
to receive His Grace's blessing.
Pontifical High .Mass was then cole
i, ..i,i i. itir ir.itiiiii- Adiilliulm. of
Mount Angol ; Father Urban O. S.
ii ....il .... .1, .,.,... nml li'ntllttl-
J). IIUWIIK n wi""p .-" ,, ,i
MMIIIn... .iu uiiliiloiii-nn. ItllV. l'lltlior
Ansleni,' of Gervals was assistant
' ik --. I,i..i1...u F. .( t ittfi 1 1
priest, aim liov. miner uiiiiu.mj",
master of ceremonies.
"It Jlakt )le Tired"
To read all those advertisements of
iiiodloliiGM upon medicines wiion
they eiiumoruto with such imrtlcu
larlty and minuteness of detail, all
the diseases mankind, womankind,
and even "babyklnd," are heir to.
How cheup one feels to commence
what she supposes to hen tragic or
tender love-story, reail uiitir her
sympathies are so thoroughly
aroused that sho can scarcely sleep
without knowing whether they woro
married or not, and then have It
end something Hk" tills: "Dr.
Pierce's I'avorlte Prescription Is the
only posit I vo wire for all oUwneii of
"fenmle weakness," such hs prola
sus, Inflammation, iH-rlwlloal pains,
etc. For sale by all druggists."
Dr. Pierce's Pellets sre laxative
or Cathartic Hooordlng to slue of
BpeciMl shI of kihyhm st Bridges
Ikmortli's, for this wk mly. Gen
uine lHirynIiis. !'