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SALEM, OR., MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1SSS.
nEO. "W. I1ELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
(r and District Attorney. Olllce at court
ILMON FORD, ATTOllNEY AND
rvinnei1nr nt Lnw. Snlcm. Oroson.
Office, up stairs in Patton's block.
HAW GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
t .-. Urtlntn rWmmti Ofiln In IMtfrm'c
ock, up stulrs hvorllolt's drug store.
7T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Oilico over Capitol National
ifinlt, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
XXT M. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Salem, Oregon Olllce with Tilmon
Ford in Patton's building. Will practice
in all tho courts of Oregon. Collections
niauC. Janu Ulliuu uusiuuaa ib i-i:iuii.j .
HST. HELEN, PIANO TUNKIl AND
repairer. All work warranted.
Leave orders nt T. McF. I'atton's book
store, State street, Salem, Or.
TlXPRESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
111 delivery- AVm.Rcnnlo having bought
tlie express business of Walter lxwo, is
prepared to deliver trunks, valises, pack
ages and any thing else that ho can get In
his wagon to nny part of tho city, quicker,
safer, better, and neater, than it can be
douo by any body else. Leave orders nt
C o m p n n y .
I Flro and Ma
rine. JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
surgeon, will open nn oilico in tho New
Hank Block, on May 1st, for the treatment
of all diseases of women, and nil other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths.oxygenand
electro-magnetism used. Charges t-trlctly
inodcrntc. Addross box 170, Salem, Oregon.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis & Chamberlain.
(H acres, 3 miles from Snlcm, highly
4 lots, good houso and barn, East Sa
lem i 2500
Jilots, llnely situated 1750
600 acres, it miles from Salem, well
improved, can bo divided into 3
or four tracts 10,000
2C0 acres, 8 miles from south of Sniom,
fair lmprovemements.tlno tlber
nnd water S230
1 block of land, 3 housos, rent for $12
each, pays interest on S10U0 3000
SO acres 3 miles south of Kalcm, fair
impro ements 1200
6;taercs, adjoining city limits, In
1 lot, good house nnd barn, adjoining
court houso block 1850
lttcre, Salem, now house and barn,
nlpntv of small fruit 2000
Tlio foregoing Is but a partial list of tho
bargains wo have to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
A good Iron framo Horso Powor. Good
for all uses, from ono to full capacity.
All for tho low prieo of 880. Call at tho 1'a
clltc Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's olllce. Snlcm, Oregon.
FOR SALE 2SS ACRES,
223 In cultivation, IMncres good tlmbor.bal
nuco pasture; 100 neros In fall whout, 25
acres In oats, nnd 30 In potatoes. House,
lurn, orchard, etc. Two mllos north of
Salem, may bo divided; price, $50 per aero,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFF,
Cor State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
IK acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
agoodrondjfrom Snlom, 118 nores In culti
vation, balance In timber. Well watered,
good $1000 house of 8 rooms, moderate barn,
well at the door ; nil fenced nndn thrifty
young orchard. Thirteen nores seeded to
pasture grahs, nnd 07 ncroa In groin. Pur
chaser can have liberal torms to harvest
PRICE $1000, TIME GIVEN.
Come right to the farm and gave agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charloy
the Grange Store.
FOR SALE or RENT!
Well watered and plenty ol Umber. Two
liousoK and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 110 mm plow land. Fifty
lima of tattle with the ntase If wanted, and
norm enough to ma It. Within Ave mllea
ofdepotontbeO. an.R. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Caohal Journal.
SMITH'S OIL CAN HOLDER.
Having need W. 8. Hmltn'a Oil Can Hold
r in our aeveral nuaUtaa,w laaartuy ea
dure all good word apoktu lu It tavor
We believe It to be the moat uaeful and
nmvmlent household article.
lruf. Z. M. J"nr in, lr. J. Reynold,
- W .. MaUbcw a A Oo, A. T. Uilbert,
1. J. N.StPilu, lr. J. W. Meredith.
H.r.rhadlek, A. Omni,
W. T. SlaU. M, Knnlimui,
Jj. f. Wagner, Ucj. W. Ik.lt,
I'.H.tiddl, A. Mayer,
l'J. r-r. W. Mreyman.
H. W. COX,
(Succesor;to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEI1KATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
Vt3,Tho best live cent cigar in tho mar
ket. II. W. COX,
d&w 100 Stnto Street, Salem.
Importers and Dealers! In
Boots and Sloes!
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. ForsvtiiD's Infallible- Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.
SALEM, : : : : : OltEGON.
A. E. STRANG,
No. !M1 Commercial Street,
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
OS- Agent, for the ItlCIIAUDSON &
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnace. Es
tablished in IS 19.
r'""!.. vT"-' ' r. .t 1,1 v
Srnrf fr ..ur.ltrWHUjK9.g-
BOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 state St., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Deoot
B3TAI1I.1SUF.D BY NATIONAL AUTIIOHITY.
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
up, .- - $75,0(10
Surplus, -..--- 9,500
11. S. WALLACE, - President. J
W. W. MAKTIN, - Vice-Proslilont,
J. II. ALHEKT, .... Cashier.
J. M. Mortln, It. S. Wallace.
, J.'II. Albert,
T. McF. l'atton.
To farmers on wheat and other mnrlsct-
nblo produce, consigned or In store,
either In private sranarlcsor
SfMo anil County Warrants llouglit at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta.
First National Bank
WM. N. LA DUE. -DH.
JOHN MOIIt, -
- - President.
Exclnngoon Portland, San Francisco,
Now York, London and Hong Kong
bought nnd sold. Stnto, County nnd City
warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially
Invited to deposit imd transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops nnd othor property nt
reasonaoio rates. Insurance on Mich se
curity can bo obtalnod nt tho hank In
most rellablo companies.
The SALEM MARKET
IIS COUKT STKEET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
cum uuu iiiw
And nil kinds ot
S AUS AG E.
a-Tlio CLEANEST kept imuketin tho
city. Call nnd sec for yourself.
JicCUOW it WILLAUl).
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STKEET, - SALEM, OHEGON.
as-All kinds of fresh nnd cured incuts
ulwnys on hand. Full weight nnd uwjuaru
deal nil nround.
f EAVE OHDBItH AT LANCE'S LIV
Jj try Stnblo, corner of Stnto and Front
streets, or on slate at corner Stnto and Com
inercinl streets. Prompt attention and
W. A. 11ENSON.
STOVES AND TINWARE!
Hoofing and Spouting a Specialty.
WAt the old stand of lien. Strang, Com
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it
dlea are kIvIiik sat Infliction, and a cua
tomer with llrnnehltisKuys It lathe only
remedy that given luatunt relief.
HKHKKLI. A CoVKH, DrilKKlatjl,
Uown " the pleaauro to Inform
nctVu you that your Preiwratloiia are
meeting with lanie anlea.
Nothing but Praise itSSlW
oaalon In'-' iiae them
Nanbcawkk .t (Jo,
That It will aoeoiiipllbtli aid deal ml
In all uirucllona of t be Throat and Lungs
U,.,! and you not only will not be
Will without It younelf. but will
nooiiiinend It U otben. aa iluuiuiiid
hae done, wlm liave irietl every! Ill iif
elHt in vain. Money U no object where
health la lu the ",,,!, Vn
balance, and the UQnVlflCG YOU
trlfllug auni of one dollar can purctuwe
a remedy tlial wfll atand between you
and one of the moat dreaded of buuian
Circulars aent free, oonUlnlng detailed
la prepared only by the AUIETINE
MEDICAL CO., OrovUle, OaL
OUR NEXT PRESIDENT.
Benjamin Harrison of Indiana.
XOMIXATEI) OX T1IK EIGHTH KAI.I.OT.
Matle Unanimous ami tho Convention
Adjourned till 6 p. m.
Chicago, Illinois, Juno 25.
The republican convention on tbu
eighth ballot, to-day, nominated
Benjamin Harrison of Indiana, for
the presidency of the United States.
Levi 1. Norton of New York, or
William Walter Phelps of New Jer
sey, in the lead for tho second place.
Chicago, Juno 15. 11 55 n. m.
Alger 137, Allison";?, GreshamOl,
Harrison 231, Sherman 2H, Foraker
1, Blalno 10, Fred Grant 1, MoKin
si:vi:xth hallo r.
Chicacio, Juno 25, 12:30 p,
On tho seventh ballot Texas cast
one vote for Creed Haymond, of
Chicago, Juno 25, 12:32 p. in.
Alger 120, Allison 70, Blalno 15, For
aker 1, Gresham 01, Harrison 27S,
Lincoln 2, MeKinley 10, Sherman
231, Haymond 1.
Chicago, Juno 2-5, 12:37 p. m.
Henderson, of Iowa, withdraws Al
lison. Vnnt-i Them to Lot tip on lllnluu.
Ciiicago, Juno 2j. 10:30 a. at.,
Mr. Mnnley of Maine1; Mr. JJlnlne's
friend, is quoted as saying this
morning that Biaino will accept
only tho unanimous nomination of
tho convention, which nt present
seems Impossible, and ho hopes there
will bo no more voting for Blaine.
Chicago, Juno 25. Tho News
this morning gives Win. Walter
Phelps as authority for saying that
every candidate but Sherman stands
ready to call on Blalno to make tho
race, but that so long as Sherman
has a chance, Blaine's friends will
do nothing to hinder it.
Tho Tribune says tho New York
delegation has decided to glvo Sher
man ti chance to-day, aftor Urst vot
ing for Harrison. Tho Herald
thinks Blaine will bo nominated.
Tho Times says Sherman Is loading.
Chicago, Junk 25. At 11 :0S a.
m. tho convention was cnlled to or
der, and at 11:15 A. M., Boutelie,
(Maine), took the platform to with
draw Blaine's name from tho con
vention. Ho says: "without at
tempting to glvo any construction
to tho language I will road the dis
patch from Blaine." Ho then read
a dispatch from ICdlnbtirg, earnestly
requesting his friends to refrain
from voting for J. G. Blaine.
11:20 a. jl Tho balloting begins
on tho sixth ballot ; Alabama votes
Blaine 1 ; California easts 10 vote
for Blalno ; Georgia casta one voto
for Fred Grant j Maine cast ono voto
for Foraker, two for MeKinley :
Maryland east three for Blalno ;
Now York gave Harrison 72 ; Ohio
voted solid for Sherman. Tlw vote
was challenged and the delegation
Tn the poll of the Ohio delegation
Lnoliey voted for Harrison.
Voto of Ohio wa Sherman Iff,
TemiMMe gave Blaine 9 lilatea,
roll call demanded.
Chicago, Juno 2fi, 10 p. m.
Fomker (Ohio) in oven U make the
nomination unanimous. Horr of
Michigan Moomla the motion; Hena
torPnrwell (Ilto.) teooiuU the mo
tion to make nomluatiou uiuuilmoua.
Hftattngs (Peiin.) aeoonda the ino
Uoii,aIk HeiMleraon of Town, Bou
telie of Maine, Haymond of Cali
fornia and Davie of Minnesota; Bou
telie nay "in the frout of the flglil
will be found the whitti plume of
Maine's HVnryof Navarre. (Great
clioerm, di-lfgaU-s on tlitir feet.) Al
ger U-k-graplu'! his Mympufliy, aud
pU'dgtM the supsrt of Michigan.
Thin telegram was also gnul with
Wise of Virginia seconded the
motion amid great applause, and
the nomination was made unani
mous. lliivrUnn Noiuliiiit.Ml.
Chicago, Juno 25. On tho Sth
ballot, Colorado gtivo Harrison 0,
Connecticut gavo Harrison 12, Iowa
gavo one voto for Alger, and Gros
ham and 22 for Harrison; with
Kansas Harrison gained 10: Massa
chusetts gavo Harrison 25; New
Jersey gives IS for Harrison. Har
rison has with New York 32-5 votes
again of HI. Pennsylvania gives
Harrison 50, Harrison has now 111
1:07 p. st. Harrison is nomi
nated. Texas and Vermont each
voto solid for Harrison. Tho result
of the Sth ballot was as follews:
Harrison 514, Alger 100, Sherman
US, Blalno 5, MeKinley I, Gresham
50. Great confusion reigned, and
soon the delegates were on their teet
cheering aud the band playing.
At 2:10 p. m. it was moved that it re
cess betaken till 6 p. m.
Declared not seconded amid groat
At 2:21 p. m. roll is being willed for
nomination for vice president.
Denny, of Kentucky, nominates
Bradley for vice president.
Sewell, of New Jersey, presented
Phelps' name. Moved il recess till 5
p. m. Afterward take till (I p. m.
Conger, of Ohio, says tho nom
inee for vice president will bo Levi
P. Morton, of New York.
How the News Was ItccrUrd.
The closo Of tho contest was hailed
with delight by all republicans In
this city, and on all sides were
heard words of satisfaction at the
cholco of tho convention. Kvery
republican in Salem to-day stands
ready to voto and woi'k ltko a tiger
to elect Beniamln Harrison of
Indiana to tho presidency of tho
Tho boys are preparing, as tills Is
written, to use up u good deal of
powder tills evening, to sort of
"carry tho news to many," as It
were. Organization will bo tho
word, say prominent republicans In
this city, and aggressiveness and
victory will bo found to bo the
watch word of tho republicans In
Oregon, as it will every where else.
A Ihrat DIskihtit.
A morning paper published in this
city lias mado a great discovery
recently. It has discovered, among
oilier tilings, that the teacher, Tuck,
who was arrested for whipping a
child too severely lu Polk county,
recently, set tiro to tho Jail at Dallas,
a few nights ago. It is tho memory
ofthis paper that it made such u
statement when tho tiro was first
The same lining-, in its issue of
yesterday morning, notes the dis
covery of tho "fact" that Miss Halllo
Parrish, when last heard from was
in "Hosting." A brief reference to
tho Saturday evening edition of this
paper shows tliat the last Informa
tion had from Miss Punish was to
tho ellect thatshewasahoutluavhig,
or had Just left Grand Rapids,
Michigan, for a visit to fiionds lu u
Now York town.
Meral: If you want tho news,
and want reliability lu the news,
Milkwribo for tho Daily Joihinal.
Hllveitoii KImIIoii Caw A'lf..
Attorneys Ford and Shaw, who
represent tho defendants lu tlioHII
verton election ease, have filed a bill
of exceptions In that ease, and have
given notice of apjieal. Pending a
hearing slid decision by the supreme
court, the defendants remain lu
IKMweasieu of the ollloes of council
men at Bilverlon, and the pUtiutlfls
will enjoy the pleasure of waiting
until al)out the close of the terms of
the present council to hear whether
tltey are entitled to lite aforesaid
seats as "aldermen of the city of
SHvertnii" with the "magnitloent
emoluments" tliereunto aliaolied.
Supreme court does not meet
again for the trial of cases until Oc
tober. Tlw earliest ilate at which a
decision Is likely to be reached Is the
flrat of December. 1 1 will be readily
seen, therefore, that If tlw ease
should be decided In favor of tit
prohis in the end, they will hardly
receive much good from the unices.
Trouble is anticipated in Grant
county between owners of ranges
and slieepinen. Hango-ownors are
determined to protect thein.lvea
against roving bands of sheep by
force of arms if necessary.
Coqtillle City Herald: Conutllo
City has one Chinaman among her
population and during the past
couple of weokslthero have been two
or three looking the town over with
a view of locating here.
Albany Demecrat: Pome Benton
county men have been trying to as
certain when Hush Wilson was llrst.
elected county clerk; but have not
yet succeeded. They think it was
some time after Columbus discovered
tho Columbia river, probably ten or
Baker City Demecrat: Severn
thousand sheep will be shipped by
rail to the Chicago market from
Baker City within tho next few
days. One party from Grant county
will load 3,000 head. Upwards of
100,000 head have been taken out of
the country up to tho present time,
Grant County News: Grain crops
will be a failure in tltis county, as
the rain came too late in many in
stances. 1 lav crops will be bonetltcd
by tho rain, if it continues, and asiv
great portion of the grain will bo
mowed for hay, the llnancial out
look Is not so gloomy aftor all.
Itemler: Ira Smith has been
over from Independence consilium;
with slieiill Groves as to arrange
ments for hanging Laudrcth.
They have decided to build an lnclo
suro of about 12 by 20 feet directly
In front of the Jail. The law re
quires 12 witnesses to an execution,
and not more than twenty porsons
ail told will be admitted to tho en
closure. Tho corner stone of the court
house at McMinnvllle will bo laid
on Thursday, the 2Sth lust. Tho
citizens, societies and orders of the
count v are invited to attend. Hon.
N. L. Butler, of D.illas, will deliver
the address of th' occasion, Tho
ceremonies of laying the stono will
bo conducted by the Grand Lodge
After being virtually closed for
two years, (lie Northern Pacllle rail
road company has reopened its board
of Immigration oilico in San Fran
cisco. Circulars describing cheap
lands In Oregon, Washington and
Idaho will lie distributed to Im
migrants and Information of it
general character furnished by n
local agent. A fresh supply of
cereals from the northwest is ex
Baker City Demecrat: A reporter
of the Democrat visited B. A. Hell,
ner's warehouse at tho depot yester
day, aud noted tho immense lot of
wool stored there ready for ship
ment. Mr. 1 Miner has now In his
warerooiiH 1(100 sacks, aggregating:
1,000,000 pounds of wool. Tho total
amount handled by dealers In tho
city up to date Is about 1,500.000 lbs,
anil Mr. 1 Miner estimates tho
amount to lie shipped from the city
this year at 2,000,000 pounds.
Tho yield this year in Baiter county
is much larger than in former yearn
and shows tills industry to boassuni
Mr. N. 11. Frohllehstoln, of
Mobile, Ala., writes: I take great
pleasure In recommending Dr.
King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, having used it for a severe
attack of Bronchitis aud Catarrh.
It gave me Instant relief and entire
ly cured mo and I have not been af
flicted since. I also beg to state
that I had tried other remedies with
no good result. Have also lined
Klcctrlc Bitters and Dr. King's Now
Lire Pills, both or which I am
Dr. itlnif'sNow Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs mid C.ilds, is sold
on n positive guarantee.
Trial nomes ireo at i;r. ji. w.
Cox's Drug Store.
AV. I). Hoyt A Co., Wholesale and
Betall Druggists of I tome, (la., say:
Wo have been selling Dr.JCIng's
New Discovery, Klcctrlo Bitters ami
Bucklon's Arnica Halve for four
years. Have never handled reme
dies that sell as well, or glvo
such universal satisfaction. There
have been some wonderful cures ef
fected by those medicines In this
city. Several cases of pronounced
consumption have been entirely
cured by use of a few ImiUIos of Dr.
King's New Discovery, taken lu
connection with Klectric Hitters.
Wo guarantee thorn always. Sold
byjf. W. Cox.
An Abwlalc Cars.
The OKIOINAL AWETINK
OINTMENT to only put up lu large
two-ounce I in luxea, and is an
absolute cure for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped luuida, and all
sklu em pilous. Will jwsltlvely
cure all kind of pile. Ask for the
OKICUNAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Bolo byl). W. Matthews
Co., 106 State street, Baleui, at 30
cents per box by mail 80 cents.