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DAILI CA1-1TAL JtLKNAL
KY MOFRR BROTHKRa
FRIDAY, J ONE 10, 1803.
;Dlljr, One Year 3,00,in Advonoo
immtr MoMm f 1 00. U ACvnnoo,
?, OwTwr 91.00, iti Advance
President and Mm. McKinley loft
' Washington todny on their NewEng-
land trip which, ncconllnir to present
arrangement!?, Is to ltmt ubont Ion days
They go djrect (o Uoiyoko, Mm., wlioro
tlioy will remain for two days nn f-iietfti
of JKH'lpjn,WlilUng, nn old friend and
jnollucnl nfi8pcinp of tlio prcmidont.
Monday tho president will ro to North
nmpton to attend tlio Ivy day oxen-iocs
,at fitnltli college. Hpringdeld will ho
visited Wednesday and tlio following
day tho president nnd Mr. McKinley
will proceed to Adams wlioro tliuy will
bo tlio ruckUi foruevoraldnyHofW.il.
Flunkett, Jirewident of tho Home
Markot Club of Boston. On their ro
turn to Washington they will ho ac
companied by MUa Graco McKinley,
( who will graduate at Mount Uoiyoko
.Seminary next Tuewlay, nnd who Is to
inakoher future homo nt Uio Wliito
John Berry, colored, win), executed at
Baltimore today for killing MIhh
Amanda Clark in Prince Georgo'H
county. OnMnrclilB lasiJUorry, miir
derously assaulted his employorH, MIhh
Amanda and Mi Annie Clark, attack
ing them with n iiloco of etovowood.
Ho crusiicd in tho skull of Miss Amanda
'Clark nnd killed her, nnd it was thought
at flint that MIhi Aiinio Clark had been
fatnlly Injured, Ho attempted to
felonously assault MIhh Annlo Clark,
and ransacked tho house for money.
Afterward he went for a doctor nnd help
at tho rcquoct of the injured woman,
first compelling iier to mvcur that she
would not divulge what ho had done.
Miss Clark took tho oath and stead
fastly kept it until Berry himself subse
fluently told of tho crime and made a
Jfull confession before tho coroner's Jury,
Tho oxcoutod man was hut nineteen
IloprcHontntlvn Odd Follows from all
parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin and the
Dakota participated in the ceremonies
today at Northlleld, Minn., iualdent to
tho laying of tho corner stone of
tlio new Minnesota Odd Fellow's home
nnd orphuu asylum. The ceromoiiloH
. which wore presided over by Grand
Master W. 0. Gamble, were witnessed
by fully 10,000 poisons. Addresses were
delivered by Grand Hlro H. A, Pinker
ton, of Worcester, Mass., head of the
order in tho world; M. C. Kelsey. grand
patriarch of Minnesota, President
Strtmgo, of Cnrultou college, and G. B.
Ives, who first uuggestol the home In
Mk ILljL. U4jh rv
fer ..STOMACH I
Thprols nut fl
Hnstctt c r'rt
j Sloinnch illt
SL tors Will SEND
)? them awny,
' and ur.RP
them uwuy. It
failed to eurc
cases. Tills Is
a fact not an experiment. Try it.
The fiftieth anniversary of tho of tab-
Lllshmcutof the Ypsllantl, Midi., semi-
dary was celebrated today by a notable
reunion of tho graduate), students and
friends of the institution. Appropriate
exerrisos wore held lids afternoon, the
principal address Iwlng delivered by
General Byron M. Cutrheon of Grand
Itnplds. This evening a reunion ban
quet is to he held at which JMwin F.
Uhl, of Grand Itapids, Henry M. Utloy,
of Detroit, Ilov, Charles 0. Belly, of
Adrian, nnd Charles B. Whitman, of
Chicago are to bo among the H'xinkers.
The sixtli annual Southern student
conference of college Young Men's
Christian inwoolutlonn ijoiiI ul Ashe
villo, N. C, today with a large attend
ance. The conferouco is one of four
such gatherings held each year under
the auspices of the International com
mittee of Young Men's Christian Assoc
iation, Tho couferuueo will continue
for two weeks, tho dally piogmui con
sisting of missionary institutes, Normal
Bible classes and platform meetings
which will bo addressed by such prom
inent Christian workers as Itev, J. Wil
bur Chapman, I), I),, of Philadelphia:
C. K. Ober, of Chicago; Bobert K,
Hpeer, of Now York, mid Prof. W. W.
Moore, I) I)., of Iticlimond, Vu.
A letter from Abbotsfonl, II. C, to
parties In this city nnuouuros tliu death
of Bichard K, l'urvor, formerly of this
city. He wiib 72 years old, Mrs. l'urvor
who is an invalid, survives him as also
Attended the item regarding Stove
MoFaddeu'H good luck in yesterday's
Jotnt.vAi,. He Isnttonding tliu supremo
lodge of the Dttgnm of Honor of tho
Workmen, and he will he homo about
the .'Kith, not the l.'lth.
drubbing Out Trees,
The shade trees nru being removed
from around tlio First Christian church
on High and Center streets.
Passca itfcsolutlonfi About the Bhlgham
LawsJii Against Marlon County.
Woodburn 'Grange was In session
Saturday and transacted much routine
business and adopted the following
preambles and resolutions to-wlt:
Wiicreas, Tho county court has legally
been restrained from committing nn
unlawful an extravagant act by the cir
cuit Judge's dwl im in tho Levi Herron
Mandamus cac to restrain tho county
clerk and county treasurer from issuing
and paying warrants to G. G. Bingham
as pay for collecting delinquent taxes
contrary to the statute iiiudu and pro
Whereas. Halil court has now mild u
firm of uttorncys u hundred dollar fee to
defend said clerk nnd treasurer, sup.
posed to have been representing (he in
terests of Marlon county, state of Ore
gon, to the unlawful and finitiu-iiil dam
itgH of the tax t layers of -aid county, mid
Whereas, The county clerk, a servant
of tho people of this county and a sworn
olllcer duly elected to act as clerk for
and instead of said people to oroteet
them in their rights under tlio.Juw and t
constitution of this state, has ccrtill"d I
to the supreme court an np'wiil from tho i
decision of our circuit court mado to up-1
hold said Miindamas and protect the j
tit xi Hive i h from being roblwd by nn un
lawful act of our county eommissiouurs'
court to feather the financial next of'
their pot attorney. Thereforo be It
Itcsolvcd, That wo are disappoiute'l
to behold our clerk weak in his spinal I
column mid falling to stand by the law I
ami tho Interests of the taxpayers of
Whereas, The circuit court hits
granted a restraining order to Levi
Herren to prevent tliu county court from '
in. ii. ..;..,. f,.. ,i... ,.ii,.n,,.. ,. .),. i
.im-iiiij j'.,j 111,4 111 Ull t.llll'.llll .i ii.--
I i ii( j nen t taxes and
whereas, The published monthly re
ports of county expenses lead us to Is1
lieve that our county court is deliber
ately violating the spirit of lliatrestrniu
ing. which is against the interests of
our taxyaycrs, whoso interests they are
sworn to protect, nun
Whereas, Wo are further coiiilruiei
in tlio ubovo by a statement of one
our county commissioners, that
meddling policy of some of our citiens
with Mandamus suits would cost the
taxpayers more than fAOO, more than It
would If they had been let alone to at
tend to the county's huslnsss, which
they could not he unless our autocratic
county court was dutormlnod to reward
the grafters and grabbers to the fiuaii
elrl injury of this county therefore,
Unsolved, Wo aro sorry that the old
Kngllsh law of hanging lor stealing that
was in force In Ireland several years ago,
Is not now in force In tho commonwealth
of Oregon and Pally wick of Marion.
Results Fatally in Nine
Cases Out of Ten A
Cure Found at Last.
from Beinjt Used on the Chicago Bou
Cmctoo, June 10, The South Park
comtutsioner8 have issued an order ex
cluding from the driveways and boule
vards all vehicles propelled by electric
ity. This rule applies to pleasure au
tomobiles as well as to thoe UFed by
The main reason for the action of the
commission was the alleged effect of the
machines uKn the horses, the animals
it is claimed, becoming frightened at
the sight of the automobiles and threat
ening the lives of the occupants of other
carriages as wen as pecetnans mm
This fearful disease often first appears
as a mere scratch, a pimple, or lump in
tho breast, too small to attract any
notice, until, in many cases, tho deadly
disease is fully doveloped.
Cancer can not bo cured by a surgical
oneration. because tho disease is a virulent
poison in tho blood, circulating throughout tho system, nnd although
the sore or ulcer known as the Cancor may be cut away, the
poison remains in tho blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with
Tho wondorful succoss of S. S. S. in curincr obstinate, deen-seated i ....mlu
blood diseases which wore considered incurable, induced a fow do- on the South Side the number of nu
Himiring sufferers to try it for Cancor, after oxhausting tho skill of imob!ioi! run Into the hundred, and tlio
tho physicians without a euro. Much to their delight JC S. S. proved ,m nm nrc mnklg vigorolH obJccUon, lo
3T,l , bu' i u" r ""r?,:? X""' iU Km" " & !' P th luistlmu.
beyond doubt that a euro had at last been
found for deadly Cancor. Evidence has accu
mulated which is incontrovertible, of which
tho following is a specimen :
" Canoer Is hereditary In our family, my father, a
sister and an aunt having died from this dreadful
disease. My feelings may be imagined when tho hor
rible disoaso mado its nnpearanco on my sido. It was
a malignant Cancor, eating inwardly In such a way as
to cause great alarm, Tlio disease secmod beyond tho
skill of tho doctors, for their treatment did no good
whatoror, tho Cancer growing worse all tho wliilo.
N-unorous remodies wcro used for it, but tho Cancer
giw steauuy worao, until it seemed that I was doomed
to follow tlio others of tho family, for I know how deadly Cancer Is, especially
when inhoritod. I was advised to try Swift's Specific (S. S. S.), which, from tho
first day, forced out tho poison. I continued its uso until I had taken eighteen
bottles, whon I was cured sound and well, and havo had no symptoms of tho
dreadful nflllction, though manv yearn havo elapsed. S. S. 8. is tno only cure
for Cancer. Mtts. 8. M. Idol, Winston, N. C.
Our book on Cancor, containing other testimonials and valuable
Information, will bo sont free to any address by tho Swift Specific
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
MRS. S. M. IDOL.
d A merciless cut in prices
A backward season, andconsequeiitly a more or less
sluggish business in spring and summer clothing ne
cessitates this move.
The Nevpoit & Sanla Ana Hallway
II) xnoclnlcil I'rrHH to lliv Jiniriiiit.
J.os A.nni,Ks, Cal., Juno 1(1. The
Southern Pacific Company lias ubsorbed
the Santa Ana & Newport railroad, re
cently purchased of J. Ko Clark. The
r.id extendi from Santa Ana to New
port beach, a distance of ten miles, and
then to Westminister, the entire lino be
ing about 22 miles long. The sale in
clude all the rolling stock, tracks and
rights of way of tho .Santa Ana, & Now-
j port Company, together with tho long
I wliurf at Newport IkmcIi and tlio ship
I ping privilege". The consideration is
'said to be $ 1 00,000.
j This purchase gives the Southern i'a
1 cific another imixirtant coast terminus
i where the lumber business alone for sev
1 end years past has amounted to manv
thousands of dollars annually.
A Mim 8AVJ3JL1,
Dr J.F, Cook, tho botanical Spael
all9t, Succeeds Where Others
To whom it may concern :
This is to certify that I3ertha P. Con
ner, of Mt .Angel precinct. Marlon coun
ty, Oregon, lias suffered from a cancer
ous growth in the left ear for about three
years. The growth was cutout twice and
btiriua out once uy Aiuany rnysicinns. i
Lut tlio grow th came back ns bad I
as ever, and pained her so badly that
she had to be taken from school. After
three week's treatment by Dr. J. F.
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, tho liotanical
Specialist, the growth entirely disap
peared, and at this date,'four months
since treatment was begun, the growth
lias not reappeared, and the ear has en
tirely healed leaving only the scars In
flicted by the Albany doctors.
I hereby certify that the nbovo state
ment Is absolutely true, and that Ber
tha P Conner, tho icroii mentioned
in theafllda it, has resided In my fam
ily since early childhood, bearing the re
lationship to me of niece.
II. C. Lo.no.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before mo
this eighth day of June, 1809. V. W.
Hall, county clerk of Marlon county,
To cure I.a Gri
the feet, and take
Bpe, keep warm, crpeclallt
iSmul to the Demand,
Notwithstanding the great demand
for llrst-chiss groceries and fruit, you
willllud all you want at llranson A
Itagau'ri. il-I2 oo (I
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Albert aro stand
ing a few days in the Puget Bound cotiu.
Canada Against England,
Nkw Yoiik, Juno 1(1. Tho crack oars
men of the Argonaut Iloat Chili of Tor
onto, Canada, have sailed on the Ten
tonic for Kugland, where the Canadians
are to contest in tho I leuioy regatta on
July o, (I. and 7.
J. A, Leonard was a passenger to Ore
gon City tills morning on business.
To clear out every
next 30 days and
Prices will do it.
spring and summer suit in the
For Infants and Children.
llio Kind You Have Always Bought
These suits are all new goods and our spring sales
have taught us that they are good values at regular
prices, 56.50 $7 57.50 $8 58.50 and 59 Suits.
licit to tnko utter iliiinvri
prdvi'iit illatri-M, aid iIIkpv
lion, cure const Ipntlon,
I'urely vrxcUMo, ilo mil urlix)
or nine ln, Sold lijr all driiRRliln,
Crrril mil uj
Iiud S. Lo., Iiwnll, Mm.
I 25 UOMAIERUAL STREET. ,
. , . . . . .
V 1 -r ' . ' '3
. w. Johnson
Steam Dye Works
No. 105 Ccuiiiiiorcinl street,
opposite Wllliitnettc hotel.
Ladles' nnd gentlemen's
clothing cleaned, dyed, re
paired and pressed. Fine
blankets cleaned nr dyed
ind nicely finished. Kid
gloves cleaned, 10c; dyed
We will shoe your horse, build or
repair your wagon or Implements
Being located to stay our pitrons
uti veu guarantee that our work will
bcHitlshiutnry. Shop 100 Cheiueketu
street. Telephone 2705. 1-1 tr
All people ore hereby notified that a
tax on iiaiors of 25c for retempering
is now on and can bo paid at the shot)
of Sim II. White ami Co. at High
street, opposite tho Court House.
The Gco M, Bccler1
Always to the front with best
rates and policies in the leading
Do you want wonc,,or need help
of any kind ? Apply at once
Property to rent. Register
288 COMMKRC1AL StUBET, SALEM.
Kurtz & Hamilton
03 COURT STREET.
Mukcn specialty nf all kintm of
Sheet. Steel and Galvanized lion
worknoflng and guttering, a full
line of Puiiipsi and pump IHtlngg
Prompt work and reasonable prices.
We curry in htock the Fairbanks
wind mill. Cull and sec us before
irlvlng your order for mill or tunk.
ritOUPI WORK AND LOW PRICES
RED FRONT LIVERY
There is only one place
in town to (ret a
II you are a stranger, ntk
your neihlxir, he will tell
jus" batik of the Red Fiont
Drug Store. 4.15a wlra
Headquarters for Screen Doors, Etc.,
Ijiwii, fluid and poultry fence
and shingles at lowest" prices.
AL,LCrvl KttNCB WORKS,
W ALTKH Mom lev, I'oiu,
Little Men and Women
Magazines havo been combined into
a U2'pago book and the I'hick iik
di'ckii ntoM i to 50 cents a vkau.
It is a snleiK id maeuzlno for chil.
drcii from two to ten years of age.
We want tho names and addresses
of mothers of children of nlioveages,
and for a list of rim such names we
will send the tnagaiue to vnu onk
Little Men and Women CotTroy,N.Y
First-Class Feed and Boarding
104 COMMKHCIAL StrkBT.
Wm -ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rigs, for Commercial Men.
Stables In lumo bio etc Hotel WllUmotte.
tfiTSafc teams and comfortable rig
for ladles and family drlylni a spc
lalty. Horses boarded by day, week
or month nnd best or satisfaction
guaranteed. 3-1 tf
Salem Preparatory School..
Summer term opens July 5, 1890..
Tuition per month :
Normal and High school
Common nnd 1 Uglier Grades
Below "tb Grade
A. J. Gauland, M. A,
. 3 00
Russell Cyclone Thresher.
Willi most tliroHhniK innclimoa tlio oll huvmik holds good,
but with tho.UJSSEU.rYC-LONHiuicl MASSILLON FARM
KllS FRI1CND WIND STA(!KI3IUt tlooH not, Tor wo rogulnto
tho blnata to blow wlioro tlioy will do tho moat good. Our urn.
oh infos for 1800 tiro modolaof porfoolion. Tlioy aro built oapooi
ally or thoPaoiflo oonst Inulo, havo chain drivo and oxtra largo
fhoo and a 10 eubstnntiat in all tholrpnrla. Tho CY0L0N12 will
thro.sh tho fnstofit, cloan tho host, run tho lightoit and hint tho
fjmulfi -JiAJ " KiKMKAV .? -AS I ' - WMIWTi iimw
LIVVlKalT N" HJJfTsLUiVTHL-" ..J" "Vy1 TTi vdSJJi'AK JiV
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Russell ComDound Engines.
Minn i-?t.tn-r -rn ----, .
I'll I.' I I LJ Iw I.' I I n"trnAT1Tr - 1 j-atn....
itiK inonm tUiUl'ULA'U TKAUl'lU l-JNGINEl
tho .most noworful cngino built. It saves ono-third to ono. olf
in fuol and water, is of less weight than tho singlo cylinder stylo
!?J ,,,0,l)nco ,s elt. If you eontomplnto buying nn ENGINE
BOILER. 1HRESI1ER, SAW MILL or HORSE POWER, write
for our JSOil catalogue, and when in Salem call nnd see us and ox
ammo our line of machinerv. '
Tito MoCormii-k Hindora and Muwora aro acknowledged tho
b ( tl t it oarlh, tiny being tho oltlobt and largost immuftituorsin
h at Jlno, Mid build nothing but hurvoHtors and bimlurs Nowia
u gpod time to placo your onlor if you pant a MoOormiok Hinder
qr tMinyor, Lant swiyon tlioy oould not bo had at harvoat time, as
tlio faotpry could not nmko thorn faat enough.
Wc cany the old estabished lines of goods The McCormick
binders and mowersi Bain wagonsj genuine Columbus buggies?
j Racine buggies, carriages and hacks; Monitor and Tiger drills and
secdersj Buffalo Pitts' spike, spring-tooth, and disc harrows Moline,
John Deer andSyracuse plows; agents for Russell Cos wind
stra whackers and threshing. machinery s McCabe Water ville hop
press, Janesvillc hay tools; also a full line of Extras in stock for all
of the above-mentioned goods
Tho Bain Wagon is not the cheapest wagon in price, but tho
ohoapost in tho end, as it is the best. It's made by honest day
work no contract or convict nr ni n.n ,.! '.i t.. i.
4hubs. 0 birch or elm hubs in a Bain wagon. Thov are painWl
'thy hand, not dinnad.
BugciM and Hacks, Surreys and Traps. Yos, 1 havo all of
them, and they aro built ospocially for this coast trade. To an
preeinte themcall and soemvlino. p"
$: , '$$ Door to Gray Bros,
t. jr. oroisan, 2557 uibertu St Salem, ore.
Next Door to Gray Bros.