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SALEM, OR., TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1SSS.
ritorEssioxAi. cards. misokliiAnkous. i rix.vxci.vi,.
VO f BELT, ATTORNEY AT IjAV
(j and District Attorney. Olllce at oourt
mUMOX FOItD, ATTORNEY AND
H cwinsclor nt tov, Salem, Oregon.
(SflCC, P ""ra IU "w """
111 V" . ,t !. nillnn ll. IMttnn'a
..,- .. mn?nn AimnSRVS AT
lock, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
--r . Trcrw j 'm'nnVE'V Ann
. Law. Office over Capitol Nntlonnl
Junk. 219 Commercial Street, Snloni, Or.
tTTAI K.VlSlill, Aliun.im u ij.ni,
" Salem, Oregon. Olllco with Tllmou
Ford. In l'ntton's building. "Will practice
in ill the courts of Oregon. Collections
jjdde Land olllco business a specialty.
. -.... . irwr.-.--T-v m T nir
HST HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
repairer. All work warranted,
i. n'c orders at T. McF. Patton's book
Iwre. S',c street, Salein, Or.
nl'UES8 WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
the Cipro business of Walter Lowe, is
wi-wrrd to deliver trunks, valises, pack
Jrc and any thing else that ho can get in
8?CS, ill" imj i..."t. -'J" .. TV
huwuRnn to any part of tlio city, quicker,
dfine' bv any body else. 'Loa'vo orders at
Firo and Mn
rlue. JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
Seienti-t, anthropologist, physician and
Funxeon, will open an olllce in the New
B-inl; Iiloek, on Jlay 1st, for tho treatment
of nil diseases of women, and all other
chronic caes, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
eloctromngnetlsm used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box lTO.Salem, Oregon.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Willis k Chamberlain.
CO acres. 0 miles from Salem, UlgMy
i lots, good uouso and barn, East Sa
Slots, tlnely situated I'M
NW acres a miles from Salem, well
Improved, can bo divided Into 3
or four tracts .10,000
ao a. u -, 8 miles from south of Saiem,
f.ur liuprovemenients.nuo timber
and wator 3230
lblockoflnnd, 3 houses, rent for 812
e.ich, pays Interest on S10OU 3000
SO ncres 5'$ miles south of Salem, fair
. impro enients 1EJ00
5cxes adjoining city limits, in
1 lot, good houso and barn, adjoining
court houso block 1850
lacre, Salem, new houso and barn,
plenty of small fruit 2000
The foregoing is but iv partial list of tho
bargains w o have to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
A good Iron frame Ilorso Power. Good
for nil uses, from ono to full capacity.
All lor tho low price of . Call at tho Pa
c He Cider, Vlnogar & Fruit Preserving
Company's olllce. Sulom, Oregon.
FOR SALE 2SS ACHES,
225 in cultivation, UOacros good timber, bal
ance pasture; 100 ncros In fall wheat, 23
ncres in oats, and SO in potatoes. House,
ham, orchard, etc. Two miles north of
Kih m, may bo divided: price, SCO per acre,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. rOTTORFF,
Cor State and Commercial Streets, Salem,
USPS acres, near Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
h box id road, from Salem, HSaorea in oultl
minn, balance In timber. Well watered,
good $1000 house of 8 room, moderate barn,
willatthe door ; all fenced anda thrifty
J'Mng orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
paMure grass, and 97 acrus in grain. Pur
'h.mr can have liberal terms to harvest
TRICE 14000, TIME GIVEN.
( me right to the term and save agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
the Grange Store.
FOR SALE or RENT!
W, II watered and plenty ol timber. Two
l'ii4 and two barns, Uood orchard.
Mi.td.iw and U0 aerea plow land. Fifty
ii.-.. J of nulla with the place if warned, and
br enough to run It. Within Ave miles
rf di-imi on the O. A C. R. K. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Ceoital Journal.
SMITH'S OIL CAN HOLDER.
Having uaed W. &. Umltb's Otl Can Hold
er n our several atmlUea.we heartily as
duiM ail good word apokeu in 1U atvor
beiiere It to be the most sseAU and
VU)unleat household article.
J" Z- X. Farvin. Dr. J. Reynolds,
! M . Matthews A Co. A. T. Gilbert,
lr J. M.Hmlth, lr. J. W. MireiJth,
t-hadwtek, A. tinuit,
H. W. COX,
(Sueeeesoi'to Tho Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOH THE CELEHIIATJJD
FULL HAVANA FILLEIt
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
US-Tuo host flvo cent cigar in tlio mar
ket. II. AV. COX,
diw 100 State Street, Salem.
Importers and Doalers In
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsvllie's InfalliMo Com Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old sUmd.
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. E. STRANG,
No. ott! Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Cas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
B9- Agent for the ItlCIIAllDSON &
IIOYNTON COMl'ANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished In 1M8.
n Ttt -DEATH TOPAll- I If.
HOLD AND GUARANTEED 11Y
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 stateSt., Salem,. Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale Dooot
KSrAHLlSllr.I) 11Y JCATIONAh AUTHOKITY,
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Paid up, -.-- $75,000
Surplus, --.--- 9,500
It. S. WALLACE, , - President.
V. "V. MA11TIN, - Vlee-Prcsldent.
J. II. ALllEUT, .... Cashier.
V. T. Gray, W AV. Jlnrtin,
J. M. Jlartlu, H. S. -Wnllace,
, J.'H. Albert,
T. McF. l'atton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, conileued or In btore,
either In private granaries or
State and County Warrants llouglit at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llerlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
tt'M. N. LADUE, President.
Hit. J. UKYNOLDS, - Vico President.
JOHN JIOIH, Cashier.
ExchfiiiKO on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. Slate, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
rcabonaoio rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank In
most rellablo companies.
The SALEM MARKET
IIS COURT STHEET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality or
Frdi and Si Meals !
And all kinds ol
S AUS AG- E.
3-Tho CLEANEST kept market m tho
city. Call and see for yourself.
MCCKOW A WILLA11H.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STIIEET, - SALESI, OIIKGON.
9-AU kinds of fresh and cured moat
always on hand. Full wolghtnnd n MpiHro
deal nil around.
f HAVE OUDEltS AT LANCK'S LIV
Jj ory Stable, corner of State and Front
btrects, or on hlato nt otirner Stale and Com
merelal streets, l'ronipt attention and
AV. A. BENSON.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Hoofing and Spouting a Specialty.
AS-At the old gtand of lien. Ktrunir. (Vim-
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it "S
dies are givliiK sutlhfitctlon, and a cus
tomer with Hroni'liitls says it is tho only
remedy that gives liiKUint relief.
Hekkhi.i. it Covkk, HrtlKKlsts,
U.,n " the pleasure to Inform
nave you that your I'ruiaralloiis are
meeting with large sale. We hear
Nothing but Praise USSR'S
caslou tow use them.
XakiM'AWEx Co., Hrugglsls,
That It wlllaooompllsh the end desired
in all atlectlons of t& Throat and Luiik
U. , ,; 1 1 und you not only wUI not U
Will without It yourself, but will
recommend It to others, as thousand
have done, who have tried everything
else in aln. Money is uo object wlu-re
health is In the p,,! V-,,
balance, and the LOnVKlCe YOU
trifling suin of one dollar can purchase
X remedy that will slaud between you
and one of the moat dreaded of human
Circulars sent free, containing detailed
Isprepared only by the A
MEHIcXl 00 OrovlUe, CW.
The Capital National Bank
First National Bank
THK 1NTKXSE HEAT.
How tho New Yorkews Suircr From
llio Healed Term.
New Yoinc, Juno 05. Up to 10
o'clock tliis itiorniiiK tlio roeonl of
flvtal prost rat ions from hent is uuprc-oodonu-d
for any Juno day in tho his
tory of tin? ooronor'rt ollloo. At noon
thodoath li-t ntit'hodtwoiity.nllnioiv
or lit directly oatHwl by tlio torrid
atmosphere. Many ofthevictinwox
pirod without the slightest lnvinonl
tion of their fate. Some in the prime
of life who yesterday were in the best
of spirits and apparently the best of
health, were corpses in their
beds tliis morning. Children in
crowded, recking tenement districts
nro dying oil' like llowers that wilt
in the sun. Aged persons in many
quarters attempt to move about in
ordinary pursuits and sit down only
to gasp their last. Several persons
died at tho breakfast table. Tho
prostrations arc very numerous.
The thermometer at 2:H0 p. in. was
ninety-one in tho shade.
The AVeddliur Itelli.
Dallas, Tcx., June 2-5. Tho man
agers of tho Texas State Fair and
Dallas Exposition oiler three liberal
prizes, to be awarded bridal couples
lor their prepossessing qualities, with
the provision that the marriages
shall bo publicly consummated on
the fair grounds. Three entries
have already been made, and others
to tho number of a score aro expect
ed. Liberati's band will play the
wedding march, and tho marriage
hall is to be strewn with llowers.
SalMU'd With tho Choice.
Chicago, Juno 2o. Tho mem
bers of tho Oregon delegation are
satisfied with tho work of tho con
vention. Mr. J. AV. Cusick says:
"Otii' choice was Gresham, because
tho people of Oregon wanted hlin
lintiinnlnil Lilt TTiivrtunn mill Atlir.
1IUII1IIIIIIV1I ..i.v ...,.., t... ...... ....-
ton are excellent men and will suit
our people in every respect. 1 liey
mrko a strong team, and with them
Oregon will roll up a larger major
ity for tho republican ticket in No
vembar Mum she did for the state
ticket in June." Several of our del
egates will stay cast for awhile.
Dost met IvoTlru.
New York. June 23. Fire was discov
ered tliis morning In a five- siory building
extending from Tliiny- eiuht to Thirty
nit.tli stieit 011 First avenue find occupied
a? a cigar factory by savcral firnn. I'hu
flames pruned rapid headway and soon tlir
wall fronting on First avenuo fell in.
Tenants ate removeing (ruin lurroundiiiK
The water supply pave nut and the fir?
lioats were summoned. If more water is
not soon obtained a disuferous confl.igrn
tion is certain.
There was a panic amontj tho 13OO em
ployes in tne burning building, many of
whom wern fiirls, and several were slight
ly injutcd on the croudwi fire ot.es es in
their efforts to reach the street. The loss
"Penny Wise autl I'oinnl Foullsli."
That's what men are who plod
along trying to do their IhihIiiiw,
whon thoy nro half dead. Their
cyuH nro tlim and throb; their head
aches; tho children annoy them;
their wlveft lose their charms; they
lose their ambition; they make mis
takes in their accounts, and the
Whole world look blue; they hate
tucuuwlvet and everyone cIho. And
wliyV Jf you feel so, why don't
you stop and think a nilnutu or aro
you too stupid Your liver ami
blood aro out of order; that's all.
You need a gootl regit uttor ami tonic.
Take a bottle of Dr. Pierce's (Jolden
Medical Discovery, nnl you will feel
liken new until. In three duys your
wife will be the prettiest und swwt
ent woman in tho world; your chil
dren' dlstKwIlloiiH will be exactly
like your own; your buulnewi will
improve, und you will make money
enough to y for the ;'Clolden Med
ical dlatioverv" a hundred time
over. Don't 00 stubborn, but try it.
If you aulfer from "cold in the
head," or from Naaal Catarrh, twe
Dr. Base's Catarrh Itemedy. It
curea wlienever everything fulla.
Mr. N. II. Frohllclurtein, of
Mobile, Ala., write: I take great
phaaure lu reeoiiuuc-udliiK Dr.
KitiK'a New Discovery for Con
tiuujptioii.liavliiK uned It for a severe
attack of Bronchi ti and Oatarrh.
It gave ine Instant relief and entire
ly cured ine and I have not been af
flicted since. I also beg to state
that I wjmI tried other remedies with
no good result. Have alwj used
BlectHo Jtltters and Dr. King's New
Life Pills, both of which can
Dr. King's New Discovt ry for (3on
suinptioii, CougliH and Cdds, Is sold
on a pstil ive guarantee.
Trial butties fret at Dr. II. "SV.
Cox's Druf Stove.
TWll Wr.l)l)LS AT 3IKXT0K.
A Double Union nt tin? t)M HnrfleM
The marriage of Miss Molllo Gar
field to .1. Stanley lirown, and that
of Miss Hello Mason of Cleveland to
Henry Garfield, eldest son of tho
dead president, took place Thursday
evening at the house of the family.
The ceremony was performed by
ltev. "W. V. W. Davis of" Worcester,
Mass., tho former pastor of the
Kuelid Avenue Presbyterian Church
of Cleveland. Both tho brides were
members of his congregation during
his pastorate in Cleveland.
An elaborate bower of roses and
siuilax had been arranged In tho
east window of the room In which
tho ceremony took place. The deco
rations throughout tho houso con
sisted of evergreen wreaths, smllax,
Marechal Xell roses, daisies and
potted plants and ferns. A special
train conveyed the guests from
Cleveland, and a city caterer pro
vided the menu.
Tlio utmost secrecy was observed
regarding the dotal Is of the wedding
and newspaper reporters were abso
lutely refused any Information.
At r::i() p. in. (lie orchestra struck
up Mendelsohn's wedding march,
and Mrs. Garfield and Mrs. Mason,
followed by tlio near members of
tho family, entered the room. Fol
lowing them were Mr. Harry Gar
lleld and his bride. The former was
attended by .lames 11. Garlleld, Mr.
Bently Warren of Boston, and Mr.
Frank Baldwin of Cleveland.
Tho bridesmaids were Miss Mary
Mason of Cleveland, Miss Helen
Newell, Chicago, and Miss Fannlo
Southworth of Cleveland.
After this ceremony had been per
formed tne second uritiai party
entered the room.
It consisted of Mr. Stanley Brown
and ids bride. 1 no lormor was ac
companied by l'erelval Famuhar of
Vr... -'..l- 1 1 IT..!. il, .if r'lif.m.ri
11U) A III l. 11.11. Illlllll Tl VVIIIIIIW,
.7. J. Chiekering, Washington;
I rving Garlleld, Mentor; and Charles
Tho biideinaids were Mis-es Mary
Garlleld and Minnie Garlleld of
Cleveland, Miss Mable Klttrcdge,
Now Yerk: Miss Sally Foster, Cin
cinnati, and Miss Noll Wlndom of
St. Paul, jNlinn.
The wedding supper was served
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gnrlleld will
go to northern Now York on their
wedding tour, and Mr. .1. Stanley
Brown and his bride, after a short
tour in tlio West, leave for Kurnpu.
Among the prominent guests pres
ent were ox-J'resldont Hayes and
wife and ex-l'ostniastcr-Goncral
James and wife.
Tho pretty romance which culmi
nated to-day in tlio double wedding
has already been fully told in The
Star. J.Stanley Brown was a life
long friend of tho lato President
Garlleld. and in the campaign which
ended In the hitter's election was hl-j
trusted nrivato secretary. Whon it
became known that Mr. Brown was
engaged to marry Miss Mary Gar
Hold, no surmise was created
It was known that the ydiingcou
nlo were much attached to each
other. Datcr on, however, It was
announced that an estrangement
had arisen and many harsh stories
were circulated In consequence. At
the time both Mrs. Garlleld and her
daughter left adruptly for Kuiojie
and rumor had It that they did so to
avoid a distasteful alliance.
Hon. James Mason, tho father of
Miss Belle Mason, now .Mrs. narry
Garlleld, was a cousin of Mrs. Gar
Held, and for years prior to his death
was counsel for tlio Ijtko Shore
railway. He was tho father of
three daughters. Josle, Belle ami
May. The two latter wore educated
at Mits Porter's school at Farming
ton, Conn. Miss Mary Garlleld was
also educated there; so was Nellie
Grant, and IsHween all a warm
friendship and Intimacy existed.
It Mas at the Mason homestead
that Mrs. Garlleld and her family
found shelter when the lxsly of the
president was brought t Cleveland.
After that event the visits of the
Garlleld family became of frequent
occurrence, and It was there that
the friendship that ripened Into love
was first formed. Unknown to any
one, they became engaged to lie
married, and It was a genuine sur
prise wlieu the fact was announced.
New York Htar, June aotli.
ssklta'i Aratai 8slv,
The best aalve in Ute world fot
ruts, bruises, sores, uloefs,saUrueuni,
fever sores, tetter, oliapped liands,
cnilblains, eoras, and all skin erup
tions, and positively eures pilex, or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfoetaaligfreUeti, or inonej
refunded. Price SB eenui per bos.
For sale by Dr. II. W. Cox.
In Mlnptn.ro, Nek, George Burtou
and George S. Arnold got Into
quarrel on Sunday night over a dls
puled bet of $llr0, when Arnold
shot Burtou through the heart,
Killing nun liisiantiy. Arnold was
placed In jail.
At Los Angeles on Sunday, H.
Slattcrbaeh, an old gunsmith," was
killed by tho accidental discharge of
in San Francisco on Sunday a
drunken man pushed his wife from
a two story window, and she re
ceived probably fatal injuries. Ho
lias noon a wood engraver and for
merly lived In Portland.
Ilatillcatlon meetings were held
last evening In all tho principal
towns of Oregon, California and
Washington, at which much 011-
tuusmsm was maultested.
A thief entered the Crown I'rlnce.
of Sweden's apartments in 11 hotol
at l-ranzenbod on Saturday night
and secured jewelry to the amount,
of $100,000, anil escaped. 1 lo has not
Tho Emperor and Kmpross made
a formal entry Into Berlin on Mon
day night. The royal couple were
given a hearty reception.
Ch.is. A. Pitcher, teller of tho
Union Bank of Providence, It. I.
has left town with $120,000 cash and
all the negotiable paper, amounting
In tho county probate court, per
sonal property to the amount of
$."iS!).C0 was set aside from the ostato
of the late It. A. Gesner, for tho use
of his widow, Mary V. Gesner.
Sarah Wol.-ey Hied a bond In tho
sum of J.1S01 with Frank Wolsoy as
surety, as guardian of the estato of
Catherine Pearson, a minor.
G. M. Settleiuler llled a bond In
tho sum of $1,000 with .1. H. Settle
mteraud W. 11. Setlloinior as sure
ties, as guardian of the estate of
Cannon Pendleton, a minor.
W.J. Polly and J. W. Cox,, ad
ministrators of tlio estato of Lewis
Johnson, deceased, have Hied their
final account of the condition of tho
estate, it has been approved, and tho
administrators discharged. There
Is O.l'US.OJI (o be dlvidcdamong tho
i:ii'i'llon lu A Company.
Hint's., litiil Itegt., O. N, G.,1
June 2(1, 1888. (
Special Orders, No. 10 :
I. Tho resignation of Capl. Frank
'I'. Wrlghtman, commanding Co. A.,
2nd Kegt., O. N. G.,and of First U.
M. T. Downing, of the sumo com
pany having been tendered and ac
cepted, an election to 11 11 such vacan
cies and any other which may oc
cur by promotion at tho time, is
hereby ordered to bo hold at Whlt
eaker at ono o'clock p. 111. on Friday,
II. Lieut. Geo. II. Burnett will
preside at same election, and leport
tho result lo these headquarters lu
triplicate. By order of
Col. T. C. Smith.
Guo. H. DimNKTT, Acting AJt.
Never seeing any mention of our
(inlet little town. In tho JouitNAb, I
thought I would send a few Hems.
Prof. McAdiuus closed his school
last week ; so well are all tlicputrniiH
pleased with him, that thoy' have
engaged him to tench the winter
The farmers are talking of build
ing a new warehouse here, or buy
ing A.N. Martin out.
Wo hear that our old neighbor,
John Cornelius, will move liack
from Columbia county. Their loss
will Ih our gain.
All our youuir folks went to the
jileiilc at Amity, Saturday, and en
Joyed themselves finely.
W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and.
Itetall Druggists of I tome. Ga., say:
We have been selling Dr. King'
New Discovery, Kleetrle Bitters anu
Buck leu's Arnica Halve for four
years. Have never handled reme
dies that sell us well, or give
such universal satisfaction. There
liave been some wonderful cures ef
fected by these medicines lu this
city. Several cases of pronounced
consumption liave been entirely
cured by use of a few hottlea of Dr.
King's New Discovery, taken In
connection with Kleetrlo Bitters.
We guarantee tliem always. Hold
by H. W. Cox.
Illglteat caali price paid for wud
In Ute Opera llouw block.
Fruit Ice cream, at Strong A Co.'s.
mSaSmSmMtmvL -1 .iisfT" J " '" eWiw