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SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1SSS.
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GEO. W. BELT, ATTOItNm AT LAW
and District Attorney. Otllco at court
RAMSEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
and Counselors at Law. Business In
the Supreme Court u specialty. Salem, Or.
TILMON FOBDr "ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon.
Olllco, up stairs In Patton's block.
-EO. II. BURNETT, ATTORNEY AT
JT Law, Salem, Oregon. Olllce over
Ladd & Bush's bank.
HAW & GREGG. ATTORNEYS AT
) Law, Salem, Oregon. OHlce in Patton s
lock, up stairs oer Belt's drag store.
C! T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
O. Law. Offlce over Capitol National
Bank, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
W. SPRIGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.1. Salem, Oregon. Olllce In England's
block. Legal business or nil Kinus.
both life and Ore insurance.
WJI. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Salem, Oregon. Oftlco with Tilmon
Ford. In Patton's building. Will practice
in all the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land oftlco business a specialty.
PH. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
. selor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
an abstractor the records of Marlon coun
ty. Including a lot and block Index of Sa
lem, he has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com St., bet. Ferry and State.
HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
Shampooing neauy uoue.
LADD & BUSH,
Salem, - Oregon.
fTUlANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
JL business In nil Its branches.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
-(HOICE STEAKS A
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part or tbe city at lowest living rates.
f lease give us your p.iiruimt;e.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STHEET, - SALEM, OREOOX.
--All kinds of frefti and cured incats
always on hand. Full weight and a'quare
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
OS COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quiilHjrof
Wi and Salt Meats!
And all kinds of
JS-The CLEANEST kept market iutiie
city. Call and see for yourself.
MCCROW & WILLARa
SGo to J. O'Donald's shop on High st,
between Court and (State, Salem, and get
one of J. 31. Coulter's patent Improved
Lightest Ladder made in Oregon.
Kelly's Old Standi!
TTAVING PURCHASED TUB 11LACK
JQ. smith stoop known as Kelly's Old
Stand, I will thereafter be prepared to do all
In the bei,t style known to the trado at
short notice. Tbe bet of workmen em
ployed, ana an work guaranteed to give
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Stand, Salem, Or.
H. W. COX,
on hand a well se-leoted
Boericke k Schreck's
A NEATLY PRINTED GUIDE TO BE
HAD UPON APPLICATION.
The B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Are tbe Purest and Bet. H. W. COX
i the'only authorized agent.
-Call for tbe a A a Homeopathic Pro
partUoo and accept no otter.
THE.'. 13 EST
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is .Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
1S3 Fifth Stiect, Portland, Or.
For sale by v
A. T. YEATON,
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofing and Spouting a Specialty.
4S-Al!thc old stand of Hen. Strang, Com
M. M. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the nllcy, opposite Minto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
JUST RECEIVED, A NEW STOCK
OF .NEW STYLES IN
A tUU, STOCK OF
Fancy Goods, Moldings,
Brackets, Picture Frames,
Artists' Materials, Etc.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. M. SARGEANT,
iOT Commercial Street, Salenv, Or.
FARRAIW BLOCK, STATE STREET,
All kinds or Furniture made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on hand.
J. J.JENNINGS, D. OS.
Teeth Extracted Without Pain by a Sew frepws
rnEETH FlLUED WITH THE LATEST
I Improved lUllngs. Plates mudo -an
short notice, and at reasonable terms.
Gold fllllngd a specialty.
9-Any and all work In tho Dental line.
Office In Breyman's block over J. M. Hosem
berg & Co's.
Established IN 187P.J
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
SALEM, - - OREGOfJ.
Cidtr Jelljv Currant Jrtty, Apple and Pear
Butter, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrup for .Mince Meat, CBwant Wine or a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FEATURE OF 188.
For Sweet Cider, leave orders nt Fac
tory Olllce, drop a Postal, or see driver of
our delivery wneon.
We, keep 5-gallon kegs nnk Salloa.domU
Johns that are loaned to customers for n
term of six days. All orders promptly
Oregon Peach Bitters
About eighteen years ago I received a
hurt lu jny book froni a pile of lumber
falllneoo me, and ever since had been
troubled with weak kldnevs more or Wt-
and tbe but year erymueh. Through tbe
nwnuseuiuuon 01 jienry iveene, i
bought a pottle of H.Kku'a Oregon Peach
Bitten and before I bad
bottle I found a great relief from It. I
j fc.i '
OHieve It to be a splendid remedy for the
kidneys, and heartily recommend it Cor tbe
"me. J. . POWTKB.
A umavjllf, January 12, 166&
MISS JULIA L. CHAMBERLIN,'
Voice Culture, Piano MaripY
Music Parlers: "" 8S3?KtaI
ESTABLISHED DY NATIONAL
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SALEM, - - - OREGON. '
Capital Paid up, - - - - 75,000
Surplus, -..-.- 9,500
K. S. WALLACK, - - President.
, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALHEKT, ---. Cashier.
W. W. Martin,
It. S. Wallace,
J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Pntton.
W. T. Gray,
J. M. Martin,
To fanners on wheat and other mnrket-
ablo produce, consigned or In stoic,
either In private granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llerlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
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Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prestijptions and Family
Recipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR TIIR CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
3Tho best Ave cent cigar In the mar
ket. II. W. COX,
100 Slate Street, Salem.
Tin and Copper Ware,
130, State Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
S-AKcnts for tho Itoynton's furnace. A
specialty made of rooting and hpoutlng.
A. K. STRANG,
No. 301 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
l Agent foi
hed In Ut9.
The Capital NationalBank
The New Chinese Treaty has
THAT TERRIBLE EASTERN STORM.
Railroad Collisions, by Which Scleral
Passengers Were Injured' and
a Railroad man Killed.
PiTTsnuiia, March 14. Tbu snow
blocktulc east of here is over, and
from indications trains will be run
ning thiaevening. ,
New York, Mrtrch 14. Tho
weather is moderating this after
noon. Travel on the elevated rail
roads is fully resinned, but the sur
face roads are still impassable.
There is no improvements in the
condition of the telegraph wires.
The south and eat are entirely cut
ofl'and there is little, if any, com
jnuuication with the west.
Pitn.ADKi.PiHA, Mar. 14. At
Trenton, New Jersey, this morning,
a- train of live passenger coaches was
Jelescoped by another train on
Bound Brook route. The care were
entirely" destroyed by lire. The
passengers were struck by Hying
timbers, but it is said that beyond
a few bruises none were seriously
Philadelphia, Mar. 14 Anoth
er wreck is reported at Clifton, on
the Philadelphia, Wilmington &
Baltimore railroad. A snow bound
train which was standing at
the station was run into by an
engine, telescoping the rear car in
juring a number of passengers and
killing the conductor.
Tho Chinese Treaty,
Washington, March 14. Tho
new Chinese treaty has been signed,
and provides that no Chinese Im
migration to this country shall be
permitted for 20 years. Any China
man who leaves this country for
China and wishes to return must
prove that he has a family in this
country or that lie is the owner of
property to tho value of $1,000.
righting tho liundlts.
Noo.vlks, March 14. Four of the
remaining bandits of the Bernals
band were seen near Callero Sinnloa
a few days ago. A posse has gone
in pursuit of them and it in believed
they will be captured. A big light
with the bandits has occurred in
Durango, In which several were
killed on both sides. We have no
San Fuancihco, March 14. Tho
jury in tho eae of John A. Denig,
charged with the murder of Henry
Benhayon, was discharged this
morning, having failed to agree on
it verdict. They stood seven for ac
quittal and live for conviction.
Kiiiperor Frederick's Moteiiit'iils.
Bl-klin, Mar. 14. Emperor Fred
erick will depart for Wiesbaden after
the funeral. He has decided not to
attend tho funeral, but he will re
ceive in person all royalists present
at the obsequies.
fl. A. It. Kiic.impinrut.
Santa Hoha, Cal., March 14.
Tho first session of the annual en
campment of the G. A. Jt., Cali
fornia department, opened jiere this
Murder In First Degree.
Tvcosiv, W. T., March 14. The
jury In the' Martin murder trial,
after Ixiing out ten minutes, brought
in a verdict of guilty of murder in
the llrst degree.
Titrlirillll Coining Up.
Washington, Mar. 14. Tho
ways and means committee to-day
began a formal consideration of the
Mills tarifi'aud revenue bill.
Who? Why the Band of Hope
children In- their entertainment
next Friday (March 10th) evening.
Only.teh ' cents in the W. C. T. U.
Atlanta, Mnr. 14. A premature
iivnlmtnn nflvntirnltA nftiir Hntrilon
yesterday killed three convicts and
futally wounded another.
Fatal Ponder l'xplnslou.
Qkass Vallky, Cal., March 14.
Two hundred pounds of powder ex
ploded in a dry house at theEinpirc
quartz mine, killing Daniel C.
Tribelcox and fatally Injuring Win.
Shields and Juo. Paula, and slightly
injuring two others. Amount of
lliirnliig of Suiiklin.
London, Mar. 14 A report is iii
circulation that the city of Suakini
has been burned, but no continua
tion of the report lias reached the
(lie It to 'cm Hard.
San Fhancisco March 13. Sim
on Hamburg and W. J. Pilcher, tho
half-Interest swindlers, who defraud
ed J. M. Parker the Oregon rancher,
out of $0500 by selling him a piece of
property to which they had no title,
were convicted this morning In
Judge Toohy's Court. The jury was
out only live, minutes. Tho prison
ers were remanded Into the cus'o
dy of the Sherill, and ordered to ap
pear next Saturday for sentence.
Another charge of swindling Parker
in the sale of a business agency, is
pending against the prisoners and
Walter Neustadt, who is also under
Another 'Walla Walla ltliizc.
Walla Walla, March la. Tho
Aurora hotel and a two story lodg
ing house on Poplar street caught
lire at t lie same instant tills morn
ing about !t o'clock and were burned
to the ground. A fanner named
Gjeorge Herald was caught In bed
at the Aurora and was so badly
burned that it is thought he will
The lire is generally supposed to
be the work of an Incendiary and
the mayor oilers $500 reward for tho
apprehension of the perpetrator.
The buildings were fully Insured.
Tho Hoohlcr Slato Is Safe,
Washington, March lit. Br.
Gardiner, of Indiana, is the Hist
delegate chosen to tho Republican
National Convention. Ho said: "1
am not pledged to anybody but 1
will vote for Harrison. As far as
Indiana Is concerned Sherman,
Gresham, Allison, or any other
republican can carry it next fall.
Tho democrats as well as the
republicans in the I lousier state are
displeased with Cleveland's ad
Tho Strlko Afl'octs the Mall S'ci-vlic.
Chicago, March lit The trouble
of the Burlington road with its em
ployes has caused tho postponement
for one week of the contract for u
fast mall service between this city
and Council Blud's, which was to
have gone Into eUcct to-day.
Superintendent Nash, of the rail
way mall service, expresses tho in
tention of establishing a fast mail
east to make New York In twenty-
live hours from here, and in one-
hundred and twelve hours from
Droit nlng III llrltlsh Columbia.
Victoria, March 1!!. Intelli
gence was received to-duy that Bcv.
Sheldon, Mrs. Cunningham and
two Indians were drowned in Skeua
river on the 120th of February. Of
the party Mark McKay and an In
dian are the sole survivors.
Killed by it Know Slide.
SlLVKKTON, Col., Miircli l.'J. A
huow slide on King Solomon moun
tain yesterday caused the death of
the mail carrier, John 0'Ncalt
(Ilvrn upby tbeCunhlKDOiii.
The Astorlan states that "the Glen
nvon's salmon cargo was tho only
salmon lost lu transit of the pack of
'87. In '87 all the foreign salmon
shipments arrived safely, but in '85
three cargoes were total losses." The
manner in which the f Astorlan
sjMniks shows that there is no doubt
In the minds of tho consignors at
Astoria as to tho loss of the vessel lu
whose fate tho itcoplu of Salem have
reason to take a lively Interest.
W. C. T. U. Illnstrr.
There will be a dinner givun at
the W. C. T. U. Free Reading Room
on Court street on Friday tho 16th.,
for the benefit of (he rooms. Per
sons who are Interested In keeping
open the rooms are invited to come
and dine. Price 26 cents.
from nil Tarts of
i:i'fi:ct of uMPintoifs duatii
Tho Feeling In Kusilu ns to tho Courso
to bo Pursued by tho new Km-
London, March IS. Russian and
French newspapers devote moro
space than that of any other nation
to speculation upon the probable fu
ture course of Germany.
The SI. Petersburg press is espec
ially active in tills particular opin
ion in tnat tlo capital proves to bo
that if Emperor Frederick lived any
reasonable lengtn of time than will
forbea marked change In the German
policy and one favorable to Russia
and her schemes. Emperor Fred
erick Is believe by the Russians to bo
opposed to Prince Bismarck's schcino
of alliance against the C.ar. It Is
felt that even If tho Illness of tho
Emperor deprives him of tho energy
or prestige required to overthrow
Prince Bismarck's ascendency, his
wishes will bo sufficient to prevent
anything warlike, and matters will
The Emperor, upon entering tho
schloss at Charlottenburg to-day,
surprised the attendants by the erec
tion of his bearing and the lightness
of his step. Ho bore tho appcarauco
of a man in good health. Ho stood
for a moment at the entrance to
shake hands with Sir Edward Mulct,
the British embassador, who was
this only stranger present. 1 fe then
threw open his military overcoat
and ascended the stairway with a
Tho oflleors present were no less
dejlghjed than surprised, and did
not conceal their gratification. If
tho Emperor was playing a part, ho
carried out the role to perfection..
There was not a trace of weakness
or pain visible. His manifestation
of strength erodes generalskeptielsm
as to tho truth of the medical
bulletins Issued while His Majesty
was at San Itemo.
Traieled by Laudanum Itliei'.
Taco.ma, W. T., March 1!$. To
night a young man, who arrived on
tjie Portland train, registered at tho
Empire house and immediately
retired. At 10 o'clock his heavy
breathing caused an investigation,
imd he was found insensible and
died at 1 1 o'clock.
In his memorandum book the
following was scrawled: "I cannot
keep straight. Good-bye; my name
Is Harry Smiley. Please send what
money you find hero to Mr. O.
Smiley, Portland, Oregon." In his
pocket was a letter from John Fagan,
Castle Rock, W. T., addressed to
Harvey Smiley, Portland, Oregon.
Ho was about 25 years old, and
well dressed. He had a first-class
ticket, stained at Portland to-day
for Victoria. It Is learned that lie
bought three ounces of laudanum at
tho city drug stoie immediately on
his arrival here.
County Sent War In Khiixum.
Topkka, March lit. Tho county
seapwar in Rush county broke out
afresh last Saturday and became
quite serious. The men of Lacross,
to tho number of two hundred, went
to Walnut City and tookforclblo pos
session of the records, safe and other
olllco fixtures, and can led them oil'
to their own town. This was all
in defiance of the mandate of the
supreme court, and tho people of
Lacross now ask tho assistance of
that tribunal, and also the gover
nor's interference. A bloody time
would have lccu the losult of icslst
aucooii tho part of tho Walnut peo
ple as the I.across crowd was armed
and threatened dire dcfetiuction.
Let Wool Liiough Aloiio.
Wahiiin'IO.v, March 18. Sena
tor Stewart pieMiitcd a petition to
the senate to-day from tho Northern
Pacific Sheep Breeders' Awjoclation
protesting against a reduction of
Sachajiknto, Maroh 18. Nearly
fifteen arrests for fraudulent votlug
were made in the election to-duy.