Friday Evening, July 26, 1878
Misc. Articles of Interest
Having no BACK WATER to interfere with business, the mill will grind every day except Sunday. Satisfaction guaranteed.
A large, well furnished and convenient residence, with well improved grounds, situated on Commercial Street, is offered for sale VERY CHEAP. Cost to improve near $5,000, and will be sold for $2,000 gold. Apply to Leo Willis, State Street, Salem, Oregon, April 9th.
The Grant County Times says [?] & Glenn lost by the Indian raid 500 head of fine brood mares and saddle horses, and their loss is estimated at $100,000. That of Robie $10,000, Dixon $8,000, and Smyth $4,000 - a loss of $122,000 for four men.|
|A letter from Butter creek, Umatilla county, says: "the situation is anything but pleasant on this creek; every home deserted and plundered of everything valuable; crops and gardens all destroyed by stock. It will take years of hard labor to rebuild the happy homes of two weeks ago."|
Business cards inserted in this column for fifty cents per month
Allen, Wm. H. - General jobbing, night work, house cleaning, and also boot blackening. Charges reasonable.
Adolph, Sam - Salem Brewery - best beer in the city - by quart, gallon or keg. Commercial Street, near covered bridge.
Armstrong, Wm. - Custom boot and shoe-maker, State St., between Commercial and Liberty. Good fits guaranteed.
Belt & Son - Druggist. Prescriptions carefully compounded. Commercial St., near State.
Boon, H.D. - Books, stationary and musical instruments State Street.
Babcock, F.J. - Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer in furniture, coffins, and caskets. Liberty Street, near North Mill Creek bridge.
Bonham & Ramsey - Attorneys at Law Practice in all the courts of the state. Office, Griswold's Block, corner of State and Commercial Streets.
Bernarbi, Joseph - Capital Saloon. Best of liquors and cigars, Commercial Street.
Bowie, C.W. - Recorder and Justice of the Peace. Patton's Block, entrance on the street.
Cunningham, T. & Company - Dealers in hardware, Agricultural Implements, Iron and Steel. Commercial Street, between State and Ferry Streets.
Chemeketa Hotel - The finest hotel in the North West. S.F. Mathews, Proprietor.
Crawford, J.W. - Stoves, tin and hollow-ware. Commercial Street.
California Exchange - B. Friedrick, Proprietor. U.S. Brewery beer. 5 cent cigars, and tobacco. Pure wine and liquors.
Dawne, E.J. - Accountant and Money Broker. Office in Griswold's Building, Salem, Oregon.
Dennis, O.F. - Sash, doors and blinds. Shop at Agricultural Works.
Brake, B.F. - Machine shop and Foundry, corner of State and First Streets.
Emerson, Pete - Crystal Restaurant, meals at all hours, fresh oysters in every style. Commercial Street.
Epler, Geo. W. - Soda Water Manufactory. State Street, opposite Opera House building. Orders promptly filled.
Fisher, Gaines - Sales, Livery and Feed stables. Corner of Commercial and Trade Streets.
Friedman, S. - General Dealer, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant. Corner of State and Commercial Streets, in Durbin's Block.
Farrar Bros. - Wholesale and retail dealers in groceries, provisions, etc; corner of Court and Commercial Streets.
Ford, Tilmon - Attorney at Law in all the courts. Office. Patton's brick, State Street.
Gray, John - Dealer in furniture, carpeting, milling and upholstery, Starkey's Block, Court Street.
Hirsch [sp?], L & E - Dry goods, clothing, bats, caps, and general merchandise. Commercial between State and Ferry Streets.
Hal [??], Reynolds - Physicians and Surgery office, Commercial Street, between State and Court.
Holbert, J.G. - Proprietor of the Oregon Candy Manufactory and Oyster Saloon. Corner of Court and Commercial Streets.
Hammers [sp?], Seth R. - Surveyor and Notary Public. Office Patton's brick, State Street.
Haas, J. Henry - Watch Maker and Jeweler. Commercial Street between State and Ferry.
Johnson, W.P. - Photograph gallery. Pictures taken in the highest style of art. State Street in rooms formerly occupied by Mrs. Russ.
Jones & Patterson - Real Estate and Insurance Agents. Reed's Opera House.
Kelsay, Benj. - Shaving hair cutting and shampooing. Commercial St., near the Chemeketa Hotel.
Kelly, Andrew - Blacksmith. Horse-shoeing a specialty. Commercial Street between State and Court Streets.
G.W. Lawson - Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office - in the old Court House State Street.
G.P. Litchfield [sp?] - Groceries and provisions. Corner of State and Liberty Streets.
Moores, C.B. - Attorney at Law. Office with Jones and Patterson, Real Estate agents, Opera House block, Salem, Oregon.
Mauzey, Thos. A. - Plumber and Gas-fitter. Jobbing a specality. Commercial between State and Ferry Streets.
F.C. Paine, M.D. - Homoepathic Physician and Surgeon. Office over Breyman Bros. store.
Reed & Cox - Real Estate and Insurance Agents and Stock Brokers. Office, Reed's Opera House.
Stahley, J. - Manufacturer of all kinds, Wood Seat and Raw Hide bottom chairs. At the penitentiary.
Snyder, Mrs. C.D. - Bookbinder. Work promptly and neatly done. State St. near Liberty.
Smith, F.A. - Photograph Gallery. Commercial Street between State and Court.
Strong & Vain - Proprietors of Pioneer Bakery Commercial Street, between State and Court.
Taff, W.H. - Bills posted and programmes distributed. Address Chemeketa Hotel.
Scott, L.S. - Proprietor of Salem Dray and Hack Company. Stables on State Street near Front.
Van Wagner, G.G. - Dealer in fine furniture. State Street near Liberty.
Weatherford & Company - Dealers in Drugs, Oils, Paints, and Window glass. Commercial Street between State and Ferry.
Wade, W.L. - General merchandise and dealen in country produce. North Salem.
Verdier, J., Mrs. - Salem Manufactory of Coffees and all kinds of spices - fresh ground. State Street opposite bank.