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GEO Y. HEW, ATTOHXEY AT LAW
nml District Attorney. OIllco at coutt
mILMOX FORD, ATTORNEY AND
rounelor at Law, S.ilem, Oregon.
OiH up stair3 iu Tatton's block.
MHVW GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
S Law, Snlem, Orcjson. Olllce in Pntton's
block up stairs over Belt's drug store.
n T RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
X Law. Office over Capitol National
link, 210 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
-I-ITM. KAISER, ATTORNEYAT LAV
Salem, Orcson OIllco with Tllmon
Ford in Pntton's building. 'Will practice
in all the courts of Oregon. Collections
inide Land ollico business u specialty.
5 ST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND
repairer. All work warranted,
x'e orders nt T. Mof". Pntton's book
store, state street, Salem, Or.
-nXl'HESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
IV dcli cry. Win. Rcnnie having bought
the epres business of Walter Lowe, is
Bifpaied to deliver trunks, valises, pack
ire', and any thing else fliat ho can get in
hTs wagon to any part of tlio city, quicker,
safer better, and neater, than it can be
done bv any body else. Leave orders nt
Jllnto s stable.
Fire and Ma
rine. JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
bciomist, anthropologist, physician nnd
surgeon, will open an ollico in tlio Now
B.uik Block, on May 1st, for tho treatment
of nil diseases, of women, and nil other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nnt
ui.il pilueiples. Medical baths, oxygen nnd
eleotio-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Addi ess box 170, Snlem, Oregon.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS,
.Willis k Chamberlain.
HJneies, 3 miles fiom Snlem, highly
4 lots, good house nnd barn, Fast Sa
5 lots, finely situated 17u0
S00iieies.il miles from Salem, well
iniproed, can bo divided into a
or four tracts 10,000
260 acres, 8 miles from south of Snlem,
f.iir improvemements,fino tiiber
and water 3230
1 block of land, 3 houses, rent for $12
each, pays interest on fiOOU .. 3000
Wncres J',, miles south of Snlem, fair
lmpro ements 2200
6acres, adjoining city limits, in
1 lot. good house nnd barn, adjoining
court house block 1830
Inere, Salem, new houso and barn,
plenty of small Jrult 2000
The foregoing is but a partial list of tho
bargains o have to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera. House, Court Street, Salem.
. Reed iron frame Horso Power. Good
for all uses, from ono to full capacity.
All for the low price ot $10. Call at tho Pa
clllo t'lder, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving
Company's olllce. Salem, Oiegon.
FOR SALE 2SS ACRES,
ineultintlon, 30 act Osgood timber, bal
ance pastuie; 100 acres in fall wheat, 25
acres in oats, and 30 in potatoes. House,
barn, orchard, etc. Two milos north of
iNileni, may bo divided; price, S00 per ncro,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. POTTORFP,
Cor State and Commercial Streets, Salem.
IK!5 , acres, nonr Prospect hill, 7 miles, by
agood road, from Salem, 143 neros in cultl
vulion, balanco in timber. Well watered,
good $1000 house or 8 rooms, moderate barn,
ellatthe door ; nil fenced nndn thrifty
5 oung orchard. Thirteen acres seeded to
rapture grass, nnd 07 nores Ingrain. Pur
fhnstr can have ilbeml terms to harvest
PRICE $-1000, TIME GIVEN.
lme rlglit to the farm nnd save agent's
J. P. ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, nt
lit Grange Store.
FOR SALE or RENT !
J" "ntcrcd and plenty oi timber. Two
Ju. and two barns. Gool orchard.
-.d.w mid im aero nknr land. Kilty
bead , ,f ialllt, wlu, u .lhk08 u wmaUt ud
nors enough to run It. Within ftvs miles
W d' i .t nu the O. Jt C. H. It. A bargain for
Enquire at OfTk nf CaoiUl Journal.
SMITH'S OIL CAN HOLDER.
" v nip used W. S. KiulUi ' Oil Cmo Hold
" i ur kevunU toniilitM, n iMuruty &
! i.H good words apoku. lu tui'
r'l!M. It to be the nuwt useful and
"".win, ut huuaebold utlch-.
.M M- Vnrvin, Ir. J. m-ynold.
J , MuUhewACo, A. T. Gilbert.
-- vuuawick, A-UfMl,
H. W. COX,
(Successoi-;to Tho Port Drug Co.)
lOOState Street, Salem, Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Plijsieians Prescriptions and Family
llccipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
tt$The best five cent cigar in the mar
ket. II. W. COX,
dAw 100 State Street. Salem.
Importers and Denlcis in
oots and Siioes !
Ucneral Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsvllic's Iufalliblo Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. K. Good's old Bland.
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. EX STRANG,
No. 303 Commorclnl Street,
l'lambins'. Gas ami Steam I'illini'.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
irs-Apent for the KICIIAKDSON .t
BOYNTON COMl'ANY'H Furnace. Ek
Uiblished in 1819.
j.. -nr u i. "jv.j1
"n.. ' -" "" -r i-rx
s. 1. 1 I pi u-o . J"' - "- i"'-i
Slid f.r CtrCulJr,l,KrUHU3f.ra&
MBIETINE MrtyaLfliwu.Lt cal
SOLD AND GUARANTISKD IY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 state St., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU & W00DARD, Wholesale De ot
SALEM, OR., FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1SSS.
Atmmu iiiiii iimiwimumji-Maiiifiimr
HSTAHLtSlIKD 11Y NATIONAL AUTHORITY.
Capilal Paid up, .... $75,U()0
Surplus, ...... 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
.1. II. ALBF.RT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Mnrtin,
J. 31. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. l'.Uton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other market-
nblo produce, consigned or In store,
either in inlvnto irniunrlesor
Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Pails, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
WJl. N. LADITK, -1)R.
JOHN JI0IKU - -
- - - Cashier.
Fxehnnso on Portland, Han Francisco,
New York, London nnd Hon! Komj
bought nnd sold. Stnte, County nnd City
wnnants bought. Farmers aro cordially
invited to deposit nnd transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, Imps nnd other property nt
reasonnoio rates. Insuranco on such se
curity can be obtained at the bank In
most rellnblo companies.
The SALEM MARKET
1)8 COUltT STREET.
Constantly on hand tlio best quality of
tell and Salt Meals !
And nil kinds of
S Ay S AG E.
S3Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
city. Call and too for yourself.
IlcCKO'W A WILLAHI).
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STHUET, . SALKM, OHFGON,
3"AU kinds of fresh nnd cured meats
always on linnd. I'liHwelshtunduMiiiaio
ueai an urouuii.
LEAVE OUDKHH AT LANCES LIV
ery .Stable, corner of State nnd Front
merclul streetK. 1'i-ompt uttcntion and
W. A. 11ENSON.
STOVES AND TINWAR: I
Roofing and Spouting a Specially.
DWAt tlio old stand of lien. Ktrantt, Com
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it '
llen are kIvuik Hatinmctloii, ttml n cu-
lomerwUunroncnUniHHyii It utile only
remedy tlmt give lntUint relief.
Hkjiukli, .t Covkh, JmiKKUU1.
H,. " the pit-mure to Inform
aVU you Uuityour I'reiKratkm are
meetiiuc with large !. We luiur
Nothing but Praise &
raglon t uw them.
Naswawkn a Co., liniirrit,
That It will nooompllj.h the pud dualred
In ailalfbctlniwortntiThniataiMi Lumc"
1 1- iiiiii "nd ou not only will nut be
II Will without It onrkeir, but will
iwcsMmnciid It to other, aa lhounand
luive dune, who luv trual sverything
eiae lu vain, Money in no object where
3 82 Convince You
trtHlny uun of one dollar can puruhaa
a remedy that will aUuid between yoa
and one of the niuat dreaded of human
Clreulanaent free, oontalnin detailed
I nrriwrcd only by tho AHlhTINK
JIK1JICAL CO., OrovUle, Cat.
i no nut
A DHl'NKAKII'S HARK.
A Unnrrcl Over Canls-Hc Kills His
Wife ami llrothcr.
LoOisvilli:, Juno 23. Won!
rtMt'hetl hero this afternoon from
DarlnJ-, Ky., tlmt on Saturday
Marion Stewart shot and killed his
wife and his brother at their home
near that place. Marion and .lohn
Stewart, Tip Osborne and Jell Hall
were playing cards, when a dispute
arose over some point in the game.
All had been drinking and blows
passed. Marlon then drew a navy
revolver and shot John through the
brain. He turned to shoot Osborne,
who is. his stepson. Osborne ran,
followed by Stewart. Mrs. Stewart
interfered and got a bullet in the
temple. Osborne by this time had
escaped and Stewart turned his
attention to Hall. Hall got away,
but came back half an hour later,
when Stewart ny.iin tried to kill
him, but Hall again escaped. Seeing
his wife lying dead outside the door
and hU brother in a dying condition
inside, Stewart turned to his eldest
daughter, 14 years old, and said,
"Good byo; do the best you can
for the children," and started up
tho mountain side. The children
carried their dead mother into the
house where the father's brother
was dying. Mrs. Stewart leaves
seven children, the oldest fourteen
years of ago and tho youngest a babe
nursing. John Stewart leaves a wife
and small family. Xo attempt has
been made to arrest the fugitives,
although Tip Osborne- has sworn
vengeance against Stewart for kill
ing his mother.
l'ruvuutlou liettei'Tlitiu Cure.
St. Louis, Juno 28. Lute advices
from Tndian territory say tho Chick
asaw Indian police, aided by deputy
United States marshals, aro disarm
ing every" man who is carrying a
pistol contrary to the tribal laws.
Purcell was raided yesterday, and
the searchers were rewarded with a
bout a wagon load of six-shooters
which thoy took from diilerent in
dividuals. Tills ten cautionary sys
tem to cheek what Is regarded as an
inevitable war, which may break
out any day between thoChiekasjiws
and uon-citlens, on account of a re
fusal to pay stock tax by the latter.
Xi:w Youk, Juno i!& Francis
Langtry, of Malone, in this state, a
wealthy citizen, committed suicide
at tho Astor house last night. I ie
left a memorandum in which he had
noted the ell'eet of repeated dohes of
morphine he had taken to end his
life. From these notes it appeared
that during ono hour ho took 100
iuorphiuo pills, eueli containing one
eighth of a grain of the drug. Ho
then wroto that he only felt a little
drowsy, and ended ills life with a
In tho Lund of tin! Saints.
Salt Lakk, Juno US. Hon. Van
11. DoLashmutt, mayor of Portland,
is in tho city and was given a
reception at tho Walker hoiibo this
ovjiiing by prominent cltlens and
old nioinbers of tho Third California
volunteers, to which regiment lie
was attached when it was stationed
here at Fort Douglas in 18U2.
An Absolute Cere.
Tlw OWOrNAL AW13TINJ'.
OI.NTMKKTh only put up In Uirgt-lwo-uujMjM
tin lKe, ud is ay
absolute cute for old son, burn,
vt "Hilda, ohnpptsl hands, and ul!
slvin erupUuiw. Will jxwitlvtlj
cure all kinds of pile. Ak for tin;
OIUQINAL ABIKTINF, OINT.
MENT. gain byD. W. Matthew
A Vo., 104 (Hate twet, Haleu., at aS
wU pw lwxby mall SO oaubt.
Craun wkU, lee cream tod, milk
hakea, lemonades at Htrong A (Jo.'a.
. FOU DAI10AIN8 IN
Mtt Cwrt , lalMS Onfoa.
Havlncboactitoat tho rvuialnderol tlte
chair factory' nWick, we am preparvd tu
aeU cbatn Vmw than any knuc Lu Oregoft.
The Pendleton Trlbuno will short
ly change from a weekly to a semi
weekly. This is treading tlte path
The people of Pendleton aro be
stirring themselves to get a woolen
mill and a )apor mill. A bonus of
810,000 is ticked, but le-s than one
sixth of that amount is raised.
linker City is booming a new
town, to be called Cleveland, just
started on the site of the Cracker
creek mines. The Democrat tells of
saloons and barber shops being built;
churches and schools it is to be
hoped will go up afterwards.
J. I. Shirley, a prominent cattle
owner of the Grande Hondo country,
will ship several carloads of catte to
the east within a week. lU'tween
now and fall he will make several
other shipments. Mr. Shirley will
llntl a greatly improved market, and
will probably got handsome returns.
Fat Oregonian : An Kastern
Oregon bouipiet was presented to this
olllce yesterday in the shape of sev
eral stools of wheat from Keeney's
farm twelve miles north of Pendle
ton. The sample is fully four feet
tall and presents an exceedingly
healthy appearance, with heads well
tilled. The entire Held is as good as
this sample and will yield fully forty
bushels to the acre.
Trouble. In Alaska.
Thesteanisehoonor Leo, which ar
rived from Alaska yesterday, brought
the news of a serious Indian light.
About two weeks ago a party of
prospectors engaged several Sitka
Indians to carry their baggage from
the head of navigation on the Yu
kon to tho summit of the Chllcat
pass. A start was made, but a band
of Chllcat Indians Interfered and
claimed that the Sitka Indians were
intruding on their ground and tak
ing away their business. A light
ensued. George, chief of tho Sitkas,
was wounded and fought desperate
ly. In tho allray the second chief
of the Chllcats was killed. Thorow
was dually quieted by tho whites.
CJeorgo was taken to his tentiind his
wounds dressed. During the night
some of the Chllcats entered his tent
and stabbed him in nine places. 1 lo
was found dead, by his friends, In
tln morning. The matter had lie-
come po serious that the whites were
obliged to send to the nearest fort
for military assistance. Prospectors
are becoming timid about venturing
into that part of the country. Post
I ntelllgoncer .1 line U7I h.
'Tonii) Wlxe nml I'liiaul Fnulli-h."
That's what men aro who plod
along trying to do their business,
when they are half dead. Their
eyes aro dim and throb; their iiead
aches; tho children annoy them;
their wives lose their charms; they
lose their ambition; they mako mis
takes In their accounts, and tho
whole world looks blue: they hate
themselves and everyone else. And
why? If you feel so, why don't
yoii stop and think u minute or aro
you too stupid? Your llvur and
ldood are out of order; that's all.
You need n good rogulatorand tonic.
Take a bottle of Dr. Pierce's (iolden
Medical Discovery, and you will feel
likou now man. luthrcodaysyoiir
wife will be the prettiest ami sweet
est woman in the world; your chil
dren's dispositions will b exactly
like your own; your hiuliiosH will
Improve, and you will make money
enough to pay for the "Uolden Med
ical discovery" a hundred times
over. DoH't no stubborn, but try It.
if you sutler from "cold In tho
hoad" or from Nasnl Catarrh, uio
Dr. Suite's Catarrh Itemudy, J I
curen whenever every thing falls.
Tho only gimnintuwl erne for
unbtrrJi, cold In tlio head, buy fever,
roae oold, cururrlml (leafneas and
ore eyes. Hestore the aense of tnnto
and unplimsant broitth, iiiilting
from caUirrh. ICusy and plwtaHiil to
use. Follow directions and a euro
Is warranted, by all driiif-dnt. Komi
for circular to AIUh7PlNJ5 MISD
IVAU COMPANY, Orovlllo, Cal.
Hlx uiontlw' treatment for fl: eiit
by mull, 1.10. For sale by I). V.
natllM' Arolfj Slrr.
The Ixtst salve in the world foi
cuts, brutes, sores, ulcers, wltrheuiii,
fever sores, Utter, olutpped liandv,
chilblains, oorns, ami all skin orup
tlons, and posltiv0y otires plies, or
uo pay requlreil. It U (fuaraiitse!
to give iierfoetsatkrafttioji, or mouey
refunded. I'rke 36 cents m box;
For sale by Dr. II. AY. Cox.
Call on Winters & Thomas for the
beet groceries iu town.
Lawrence Unroll, of Springtleld,
Mo., is placed under arrest on com
plaint or the neighbors, because
of his ingenious mode of correcting
his ten year old boy. He woidd in
close the boy in a bo four feet high
and make htm stand In one position
live hours, or he would tic the 1hv to
a plank and daub molasses over his
face to atlord employment for tlio
Hies. This method of punishment
is called cruel and umwual.
At Dayton, Washington Territory,
on Wednesday owning, a troup of
forty young Indie paraded on horse
back, headed witli a bRcw band.
They were practicing for the Fourth
There is a plan on foot to give
Maine u big reception when he" ar
rives in New York. A program Is
then arranged for him to enter the
political canvass, and speak in tlio
nriucipal cities on lite way west till
lie reaches Portland ami ultimately
M. T. (llhuwe, a fonuer member
of the I lilt h Indiana Volunteers, and
now a teamster, was on Thursday
thrown from his wagon, by a run
away team at Palouse and killed.
The whistle of a panting train
frightened the team.
On Wednesday tho city marshal
of Colfax, Yv. T., (diotn tough in de
fense of his own life. The- wound
is not considered fatal.
I'llncIplcN Mid mtm
Tho two great parties are now rea
dy for the national conlllct. Tlio
preliminary canvass, is over and tho
platforms and candidates aro- about
tobesubmitted tothc people. From
now until November the battle will
rage, and In their wisdom the Amer
ican people will Judgw between the
men and the pillcles ptescnted.
The campaign will bo wry largely
one of principles rat bee t ban of men.
The question to ho decided Iswhoth
cr tho people desire a continuance of
the system of protifetltin to Amer
ican Industries under which tho
country has attained such marvel
ous prosperity, or whetfier tlwy wish
tostako all upon the uncertain ex
periment of free trade. It Is to bo a
bat tie botwocu I woeeoimnlu theories.
The adoption of one has already
brought to the country an. Increase
in wealth and population, and' a gen
eral prospoilty such as uo nation
has ever before experienced. The
adoption of the other would bo an
experiment, tho icsult of which is
uncertain even lu Urn eyes- of Its
most enthusiastic advocates. The
choice must be uiatlo between pnm
tico and theory, between tho strong,
coninion-sonso Idea tluifr the duty of
tho government Is to regard tho
prosperity of the AincriPun people,
and the beautiful theory tlmt Amer
ica's llr.s I, duty Is Ihw uuMtlllsh ono
of striving to better ttiu condition of
tho underpaid MorIars of Kuropo.
Desldethe tarlll' Issue all other ques
tions will sink Into instgulllcauce.
The American people will be willed
upon to give their Judgdment on
that question as dhectly as a Jury Is
called upon to pass upon tho ease be
fore It. Post-I ntelUgeueer.
Mr. N. H. Frohllchslein, of
Mobile, Ala., writes: I take great
nleasuro iu recommending Dr.
King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption, having lifted It for a severe
attack of ISrouehitlH and Catarrh.
It gave mo Instant relief and entire
ly cured mo and I have not been af
flicted since. 1 also beg to statu
that I had tried other remedies with
no good nwiill. Have also used
KliK'trle Hitters and Dr. King's New
Lire Pills, both of which I tsui
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and ('.this, Is sold
on a positive guarantee.
Trial bottle free at Dr. IT. V.
Cox's Drug Htoro.
i a l ., wiioiesuiu nuu
. ft. ir, . .
i total i uriiLgisis oi Home, (la., say:
W'u have lieeii soiling Dr. King's
New DlstMivery, ICIectiTelMtU'rs and
Ducklen's Am lea Halve for four
years. Iluve never bundled renw
dies tlmt sell as wll, or give
such uiilveraal satlsfWnfnu. 'lTier
liave been some wonderful curt ef
fected by these medicine iu this
city. Kcvcrul cases cf pronounced
oonsuuiptloii have been entirely
cured by use of a few lsittU-a of Dr.
King's New Discovery, taken in
connection with Electric Hitters.
We giutrai ee them alwuys. Hold
by if. V. Cox.
Painless dental operations at Dr.
T. C. Hmlth's, 92 Htate street.
Fruit lee vrvaw, at Htrvng & Co.s'.