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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1SSS.
A SU.MMKU IX NEW YUKK.
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m W BELT, ATTUHWisi at iw
" ; T.i.iint a tinrnor. Ofllee nt court
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHOKrrY,
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rrMON FOKD, ATTOKNEY AKU
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) WJ'Tvn oJt'idfuYstore
T. BICKAIUWW. AU,m
1 Law. uiutu utj ch ' r q i JV
iik, 219 Commercial dir-vi, ouii-ui,vi,
Vtt KAISER, ATTOHJNiai at ij.tw,
W alcm. Oregon. Offlcowtth Tllmon
rVrd taftuVon's building. Will practice
m ilVtho courts of Oregon. Collections
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., ..- -tit . vr miTvtn, vrr
rowurer. All work warranted.
(e orders nt T. McF. ration's book
ore, State street, Sulem, Or.
the express mn" ,""",, """- ."
Snored to deliver trunks, valises, pack
K, better, and neater, than It can bn
done by any body else. Leave orders at
Firo and Ma
rine. JOS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon.
scientist, anthropologist, physician and
...111 nnnn nil nfllpn ill tllO NOW
RinWock, outlay 1st, for the treatment
of all diseases of women, nnd nil other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic nnd nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism usett. unnrges sincuy
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
MIT TOT ATI? JAM MX"
,Willis & Chamberlain.
m nm x mllpa from Salem, highly
Hots, good houso and barn, East Sa-
Slots, flneTyftuatcinini 1750
.A.n ...lima W... Unlnm wnll
OWoCiVS, itt nulla Hum .j......... ......
Imnmveii. rain bo divided Into 8
or four tracts 10,000
30 acres, 8 miles from souin 01 saiem,
flilr tniniYivoiiinnipntR.flno ti-"ber
and water 3250
1 block of land, 3 houses, rent for S12
each, pays Interest on J0OU R000
80 acres 0 miles south of Halem, fair
Caeres, adjoining city limits, In
1 lot, good house, and barn, adjoining
court houso block 1850
1 acre, Salem, now house and barn,
plenty of small fruit 2000
ineioregoingis uui n partial list 01 mo
bargains wo have to offer.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLAIN.
Opera House, Court Street, Salem.
A good Iron framo Horse Power. Good
for all usps. from 0110 to full eanacltv.
All for the low price of $30. Call at the l'a-
uuc iiuer, vinegar e run rrcsurviug
Company's onice. Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE-288 ACRES,
iS In cultivation, !!0 acres good timber, bal
ance pasture; 100 acres in fall wheat, 25
1MU. In nn.n n .. l rt ... .A....nni. TfAIICn
rn, orchard, etc. Two miles north of
axniu, limy uo uivmeu; price, sou per ucru,
terms easy. Inquire of
G. N. rOITORFF,
Cor State and Commercial Streets, Salem,
184 acres, newr Prospect bill, 7 miles, by
good road, from Salem, 118 ncres In culti
itlon,b.ilanceln timber. Well watered,
Pd 81000 house of 8 rooms, moderatobarn,
llatthe door j all fenced nndn thrifty
foung on-hard. Thirteen acres seeded to
future grass, and 07 acres ingrain. Pur
chaser can hare liberal terms to harvest
PRICE flooo, TIME GIVEN".
Come right to the farm nnd wve agent's
J. P, ROBERTSON.
Enquire of Charley Robertson, at
we li range Store.
FOR SALE or RENT !
J" itPivd and plenty ol Umber. Two
CSr"" " 1J ore plow land. Fifty
! Cll'f '"'" with the place If wnted, ana
- ,., . , ,lltu lo ruu ,, w iuiid nve units
JtuXJi' '" ,U " C K K A bar"aln for
Jnquire at Office of Caoiut Journal.
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KT' l o wnrtU pokeu In lt vof
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f jTwii,lvJr'". It. J. tu-ynoldB.
J'-J.N.Smlih. Ir J. W. Meredith,
W T S?wk A..nuit.
txr .tatr' . rltiun,
b ' , WV1'- k W. Mt,
lill- . Mayer.
H. W. COX,
(SuccessoOo The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medici
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions anil Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ttS-The host five cent cigar In tho mar
ket. II. W. COX,
d&w 100 State Street, Salem.
Importers and Dealers in
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsyte's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
A. K. STRANG,
No. !M1 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
as- Agent for the RICHARDSON A
nnvSTns rviMPAXY'8 Furnace. Eh-
tablished In 1849.
, ViTVn n cut 1 S,:jW
? TiTTr.crcTuRnAT .yr'
-V LJUNLrO. oow-iw-v,.--
Senf f.r CircuhrfilHlkmJS:
BOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 state St., Salem, Or
SNELL, HEITSHU dt W00DARD, Wholesale De ot.
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liioucijiiuu csciuumu oauK
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SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid op, - - $75,000
Surplus, -..-.- 9,500
U. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, ... - Cashier.
W. T. Gray,
J. 31. Martin,
11. S. Wallace,
J. II. Albert,
T. ilcF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat nnd other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
cither in private smnnrlesor
Slalo anil County Warrants llouglit at Par.
Discounted nt reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llorlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
First National Bank
WM. N. LADUE, President.
DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vlco President.
JOHN MOI15, Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
Now York, London and Hong Kong
bought and Bold. State, County nnd City
warrants bought- Farmers aro cordially
invited to dejoslt vnd transact business
with us. Liberal advances mado on
wheat, wool, hops and other property nt
reasonADio rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained at tho bank in
most reliable, companies.
The SALEM MARKET
83 COURf STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
Mi and Suit Meats !
And all kinds oi
S A.US AGE
03-Tho CLEANEST kept market in the
city. Call and seo for yourself.
McCROW & WILliARI).
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, SALEM,' OREGON.
JK3-A11 kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and n'wjuare
deal all around.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
ory Stable, comer of Htato nnd Front
streets, or on hlato nt corner Statoand Com
mcrclal streets. Prompt attention and
W. A. BENSON.
STOVES AND TINWARE!
Hoofing and Spouting a Specially.
3-At the old stand of lien. Strang, Com-
Land of Discoveries.
dies are giving HutUfactWm, ami a ruu
tomer with IlronchltiHays It Utlioonly
reuifiiy uuu gives uinuini roller.
Hkhkkll a Covkk. DrumitU.
" the pleasure to lufonn
you that vour Premratiom. nn
meeting with large aslea. We hear
cniiion to " me them.
Nakkcawkk a Co., DrugvlaU,
That It will aoeompllith the end desired
In ullaffertlomtof tuoThroatand Lunn
U.,A bnd you not only wtll not Co
Will without it yourself, but will
recommend it to other, an iuouiiandu
have done, who have tried everything
ele In vain. Monev is mi uIjImi wIuth
buUnw, and the ConVillCS YOU
trifling sum of one dollar can purchiiM
a remedy that wtll aland between you '
and one of the moat dreaded of buuiuii .
(Irrulamwnt free, containing detailed
I prepared only by Uu AB1ETI.NE
MEDICAL OU OrorlUe, Cal.
Fnmllyjnr-Siilcldo nnd Inonulty.
LINCOI.N, Neb., Juno 2S, A trag
edy occurod nwir tlio littlo town of
Princftown, south of this city, lust
night, thnt litis created tho utmost
excitement in that quiet neighbor
hood. About two weeks ago tho
wife of Eberhard Theurner, of Prince
town, was confined, and a bright ba
by was born to bless their home.
Besidos the little baby there is a lit
tlo girl between 3 and 4 years old,
who has been quite ill for a day or
Last eveningatsupperMrs. Theur
ner urn-aided her husband with neg
lect ef the child, and charged him
with her parent illness. A few hot,
bitter words followed, when tho hus
band and father threw his cob pine
into tho corner and left the houue In
a towering passion. This was be
tween S and u o'clock. Ho was gone
a little longer than his wife thought
ho ought to be, anb she went out to
look him up. In the woodshed,
dangling at tho end of a rope and
swinging from a rafter, he was found
gasping his last breath, They eut
asm down and tried to save him,
but it was impossible, and ho was
soon dead. An alarm was given,
and tho neighbors catno in, and his
body was laid out for burial,
The wife was craze by tho sudben
noss or the tragedy, and tho utmost
vigilance of those who came to the
rfllef of tho family was exercised to
prevent her from ,takijig her life.
During the night too, sue became a
raving maniac, so much so that she
wasdound with ropes when brought
to this cit.C, and tho Commissioner
on insanrty will to-morrow pass up
on her case and undoubtedly con
sign her to tho asylum. Tho family
is well known nnd In n fairly pros
perous condition, with no knowfebgo
of trouble between them heretofore.
Sheep Roasted on tho Cars.
Bellkveu, I. T., Juno 29. A car
lpnd of sheep passed from Oregon on
(uc Oregon Bhort Iilnu Tuesday,
and when near Shoshone- a spark
from the engine set a boxcar on fire.
Tho sheep were fairly roasted alive.
At Shoshono they could not bo un
loaded and wero taken to Poeatollo.
Tho distressing cries of tho dying
slS?ep wero pitiable and tho sight
was oven more shocking when it
was known that thoy could not bo
relieved of their misery at Shoshone
as was hoped, and hail to bo hauled
103 miles to Pocatcllo.
Vtuh Teachers on Their Travels.
Salt Lake, Juno 21). Tho Utah
teachers' excursion to tho national
educational convention at San Fran
cisco promises to bo a splendid turn
out, over 100 leading Gentllo and
Mormon educators having signified
their intention of making the trip.
County Supt Stewart isnowmaklng
tho necessary hotel arrangements.
Tho excursion will leave hero July
10, via tho Oregon Short Lino to
Portland, where a few days will bo
spent: thonco by steamer to Kan
Francisco. Tho faro Is $60.50 for tho
Couldn't lie Lout.
" So yon porslst in receiving the
visits of that fellow Sinythc," said
Charlos In a melodramatic lone. "I
do, Ho is a very agreeablo gentle
man, and I soo no reason why T
should doliboratoly oll'ond him."
"Then I am lost to you forever."
"Dont talk nonsense, Charley."
"Nonons?" "Yes. Tho idea of
anydodp getting lust with such feet
as you have Isaueurd. You couldn't
liolit being found and ldoulllcd."
Empleye: "Sir, I would Ilko to
speak to you a moment upon a very
ktIous matter." Merchant: "Don't
bother mo." "But" "Uo away to
your work, Tsayt" "I want to ask
your consent to my mnrriMge with
.. .i ... -vT.r. .i ufii.
viiui muiikiiut ciur, aim wii.
Is that ho? Take her, my boy, and
may Mod blew you both. I thought
you were going to ask for an Increase
of salary.'' iJnooln Journal.
Saw iMrfa't mmt.
"Bistor Jenklnaon," said the new
minister, who was soliciting contri
butions for the heathen, "doutyou
lif ir the ory of our benighted fellow
cmitim-H in foreign lands?"
"Iliy!" said the sister, Inclining
hi-r right ar toward the pastor.
The qiiwtUm was repeated in a loud
"Ijw takes, no!" replied Rlster
JenkiiuKMi, "I'm so awful hard o
hearing that I can hardly hear
you!' Drake's Magazine.
I'uink-Mt dental operation at Dr.
T. C. Smith's, Hi Htato street.
Fruit ice cream, at Htrong h Cos'.
the (lotliamites Suffer With tho
New Yorkers who sweltered in
yesterday's heat, that drovo the
mercury up as far as tho ninety-six
degree mark, may find somo com
fort in tho prediction of Sergeant
Dunn, who runs tho weather bureau
for this locality, that a cool wave is
being manufactured for their special
bcnetlt. With good luck, It may bo
on hand to-day. It Is coming from
Alaska, and, should anything inter
fere with its arrival or delay it, tho
mercury will keep on Its climb, to
tho discomfort of everybody.
"It is tho hottest twenty-second
of Juno that Now York has seen In
seventeen years," said Sergeant
Dunn, "nnd tho mercury wont
higher than on any day during this
summer. At noon it marked 1)1 and
at I o'clock 0(1 was tho register."
The coolest spot in tho country
yesterday was Helena, Montana,
where tho mercury couldn't get any
higher than 10, and at Corpus
Christl, Texas, tho people had It
about as warm as In New York. At
other points, particularly In tho
West, torrents of rain came to cool
In tho tenement miartors of tho
city tho poor sullereu terribly from
tho heat, the children belugas usual
tho chief victims. Tho Moderation
Society's ice water service was taxed
far beyond Its capacity. In Cherry
street yesterday a charitable gentle
man, who refiibcd to give his name,
purchased u wagon load of Ico una
gave it away to the Buttering women
and children of tho neighborhood.
Many cases of sunstroke and pros
tration wero reported to tho nollee.
Among them tno follewing:
Charles Krangler of No. 80 Sullblk
street taken to Bellevue Hospital.
David Davidson, a Scotchman,
from Mount Klsco.
-Anjmikuowu Italian, jibout 60
years of ago died in front of No. 118
David Wlttcman of No. GOO Grand
street, overcome whllo at work at
pier 7 East lllvcr. Ho was taken to
Chambers Street hospital.
John McLean of No. II Mulberry
street was sunstruok and taken to
tho samo place.
An unknown woman about '25
years of ago was overcomo in front
of No. 223 Broomo street.
F. A. Jervnil of No. 850 Sixth
avenue, was overcome at Roso street.
He was taken to Chambers Street
A man known only as "Dutch
George" was Himstruck at Fifth
uvonuoand 135th street. 1 To was
taken to tho Harlem hospital.
James O'Connor, 50 years old, of
JNo. 8r rieeond nvenue, was over
como by heat near his homo and
was taken to Bellevtie hospital.
William O'Brien. 10 years, of No.
170 Park row, was overcome by the
heat wlulo standing in irom oi no,
62 Center street about (1:110 o'clock
last evonlnir. Ho was taken to
Chambers Street hospital.
William O'Brien, 10 years of age,
of No. 173 Park row was overcome
by tho heat In front of No. b'i Uonlro
street. Ho was tukon to Chamlwrs
Street hospital. New York Star
"I'enny Wise and I'ounil Foolish."
That's what men aro who plod
along trying to do their business,
when thoy aro half dead. Their
eyes aro dim and throb; their head
aches; tho children annoy them;
their wives lose their charms; they
lose their ambition; they make mis
takes in their accounts, and tho
whole world looks blue; they hate
themselves and everyone else. And
whv? If vou feel so. why don't
you stop anil think a minute or are
you too stupid? Your liver and
blood are out of order; that's all.
You need n good regulutoraud tonic.
Tske a lMittle of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, and you will feel
like a new man. In three day your
wife will be the prettiest and sweet
est woman in the world; your chil
dren's dls)ositloiis will be exactly
like your own; your business will
Improve, and you will make money
enough w Iy for U'0 "Golden Med
ical discovery" a hundred times
over. Dou't be stubborn, but try It.
If you sutler from "cold lu the
head," or from Nasul Catarrh, use
Hage's Catarrh ltemedy. It
i whenever everything falls.
ssffchw'i ArslM lalva.
The best salve In the world &
cuts, bruises, sores, uloers, salt rheum,
fever sores, Utter, chapped liaud-s
chilblains, eorns, and all skill erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or
uo pay required. It Is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price "2d centa per box.
For tale by Dr. U, W. Cox.
Call on Winters Jk Thuinus for the
best groceries hi towu.
A new Iron foundrv is being built
In Ellonsburg, W. T., which will bo
ready for operation on September 1st.
R. S. Sloan, editor of the Salt
Lake Herald, a Mormon sheet, is ou
his travels with his wife. At Chicago
Mrs. Sloan said an Inexpressibly
bitter feeling oxlst In Utah between
tho Gentiles and the saints.
Tt has been decided that tho
ordinances of t lie city of Sacramento
are Invalid, because they have never
been published, as Is required by
law, in any newspaper, and tho
records of tho city council fall to
show they were ever adopted.
Rev. Frank B. Ticknor has ac
cepted the rectorship of St. Paul's
Episcopal church at Walla Walla
and enters upon his duties at once.
Thomas B. Lincoln, nephew of
Gen. Lincoln of revolutionary fame,
lied on ids farm not far from
Elkton, Md., on tho 28th.
A Sydney dispatch says: Tho
Maritime Labor Union niivo re
solved that Chinese hands on board
the steamer Alameda must bo
replaced by Europeans, otherwise
the steamer will not be allowed to
Tho eastern coal companies aro
working their corner on that fuel,
and have given notice of an advance
of 25 cents per ton.
Philip White, who was last heard
of in San Francisco, where ho turned
up with an eloping wife from
Heidelberg, Germany, is now
wanted in New York to receive
$30,000 bequeathed him by a deceased
Tho Tahltan government has
abandoned its free trade policy and
placed a protective tarlll' amounting
to 60 per cent, on staple articles ou
all Importations from American and
A Cool Drink.
About the thno that tho world was
lunching yesterday, says u Pittsburg
paper, a small boy, who belonged
beyond all question to the genus
"cash!" entered h largo drug store
and slammed down a bucket ou tho
counter In front of tho blgsoda fount
ain and said shrilly: "Gl' mo nickel's
Tho operation was so unusual that
I nearly choked myself with tho
soda waterl was drinking, but tho
clerk took tho bucket with perfect
nonchalance, merely saying over his
shoulder to tho bey: "What llnvor?"
"Vornllla," wus tho answer.
Tho.i tho clerk drew n few spoon
fuls ofllavorlng extract from ono of
those mysterious littlo spigots
which Congress ought to appoint a
coiuinitco io investigate, tnrowit in
the Ducket, and dually let the soda-
viiu iJMiiivui, (tun iiiuiiiy iul mi: miuii
water lly till the bucket was tilled
wiui loam, Tlio clerk liamlcil tho
bucket to tho boy, who slammed ou
tho lid and threw a nickel on tlio
counter before lie bolted out of tho
door at n gallop.
"Then you have a bucket trade hi
soda-water?" said I.
"Quito u largo one," tho cleric re
plied. "The bucket trade begins n
bout this week and will IustuilHiiiii.
mer, The greater part of It Is dono
during tho midday dinner hour.
Boys goncrally bring tlio buckets',
hut 1 understand most of them aro
sent by tho girlsbohlnd tho counters
In tho big dry goods stores lu this
neighborhood. Thou bricklayers
employed on tho new buildings a
bout here, horso-car drivers, cabmen
and worklugmeu generally In this
neighborhood send their dinner
buckets hero. They Hud It hard to
got clean drinking water, I suppose,
and when onco thoy discovered that
they could get a good glass ofspark
Hug soda-water for n small sum In it
biiclcct they cmiuht ou to the Iden In
ureal shane. But the ulrls lu tho
stores uru tho most regular bucket
truqorw. Tlioy can always use the
cash Ikivs as messengers, (siying
them with a mouthful of soda water,
mm i i.
A Truly Minimi Mas.
A wllknowo wsa ot million UWsf on
ilia avaniM) wu tent down town the oUwr
day l tils wife le purebsM some little
Heist, isacr trtloUt, tns mossy suns
oat ot hsr uunt, to tbs ssvs It to hi sad
lie wst est the greater psit of lbs dftjr,
bat retained wlib the ptrssls sad aaadstl
tbs cbsags to toe good lady.
She counted it over osrefoUv, grtw ltd
in tbe face, and oried, "He teat, JatMS,
there's bad dollar!"
"It csa't t poeetblef"
"Lsadl Look I Obi"
"Suit it. I nkktd up lbs ehsaas too
qsMly. The tuned laleveel"
"It Ito'i hard to be a UuV wHb a tool
like you. Why dat yea pisk sp tbs
ia tack s buityr
I tkssbt tbey wen Mnn
bma dollar '3, moob." Detroit Free