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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1S8S.
GEO. W. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
and District Attorney. Office at court
RAMSEY & BINGHAM. A'fTORNEYS
and Counselors nt Law. Business in
the Supreme Court a specialty. balem.Or.
rLMON F0UDf"ATTOnNEY AND
Counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon.
Office, up stairs in Pntton's block.
nEO. II. BURNETT, A-riuiuj&i i"
VJT Law, Salem, urceou
Ladd & Bush's bank.
Gl HAW & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
S Law, Salem, Orecon. Offlco In ration's
block, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
T. RICHARDSON, ATiyiuysy ai
I Law. Office, over Capitol National
ink, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
t "avTsfriggsTattorney AT LAW,
J. Salem, Oregon. Offlco in England's
block. Legal business of all kinds. Also
both life and fire Insurance.
TSTM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W Salem, Oregon. Office with Tilmon
Ford, in ration's building. Will Practice
in al the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land office business a specialty.
PH. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
sclor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
an abstract of the records of Marion coun
ty, including a lot and block index of Sa
lem, ho has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St, bet. Ferry and State.
O HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
5 Shampooing neatly done.
LADD & BUSH,
B A N KKRS !
Salem, - Oregon.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
business In all its branches.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rates.
Flease give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT" MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
bTATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
S2-A11 kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and a'square
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
98 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Fresh and Salt Meats!
And all kinds of
S AU& AGr K.
S-Thc CLEANEST kept market in the
city. Call and see for yeurself:
McCROW & WILLARD.
3Go to J. O'Donald's shop on High gt,
between Court and State, Salem, and get
one of J. M. Coulter's patent improved
Lightest Ladder made In Oregon.
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
HAVING TURCHASED THE BLACK
smlth shop known as Kelly's Old
htand, I will hereafter be prepared to do all
In the best style known to the trade at
short notice. The best of workmen em
ployed, and all work guaranteed to give
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
j. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Stand, Salem, Or.
H. W. COX,
Has constantly on hand a well selected
Boericke & Schreck's
w (ll biiwuia
A NEATLY PRINTED GUIDE TO BE
HAD UrON AW'LICATION.
The B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Are the Purest and Bert. 1L W. COX
If the'only authorized agnt-
a-OUl for the B. A HTHomeopathi Pre
parations and accept no other.
0 Tl '
ii ri ll
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is Manufactured by
133 Fifth Street, Portlnnd. Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON
r s . i
K !. I . .V fc ' .
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofing and Spouting a Specialty.
j-AtJtho old stand of Ben. Strang, Com
M. M. 1VCBAD,
Filing SaWs a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite MInto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
JUST RECEIVED, A NEW STOCK
OF NEW STYLES IN
A FDI.I. STOCK OF
Fancy Goods, Moldings,
Brackets, Picture Frames,
Artists' Materials, Etc.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
' W. M. SARGEANJ,'V "
207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
A kinds of Furniture made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on hand.
J. J. JENNINGS, D. DS.
Teeth Extracted Wlthont Pain by a .New Process
rETIL FILLED WITH THE LATEST
Improved fillings. Plates made on
snort -notice, and at reasonable terms.
Gold fillings a specialty. ' , . .-
S-Any and all work In the Dental line.
Office in Breyman's block over J. M. Rosen
berg & Co's.
Established in 1870.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Cjdcr Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Butler, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrop Tor Mince Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FEATURE OF 1888.
For Sweet Cider, leave orders at Fac
tory Ofllce, drop a Postal, or see driver of
our delivery wagon.
Wn keen fi-millon keen ank gallon doml-
johnH that are loaned to customers for a
term 01 mx uajn. .111 urucm jhuuhhij
fl,,CU- O. 8TOLTZ,
Oregon Peach Bitters
About eighteen years ago I received a
hurt In my back from a pile of lumber
billing on me, and eer since had been
troubled with weak kidneys more or less;
and the lautyearvery inuoh. Through the
recommendation of Henry Keene, I
bought a bottle of II. Klos'g Oregon l'each
Bitten and borons I had taken half the
bottle I found a great Telle, from It I
believe It to be a iplendid remedy for the
kidney, and heartily recommend it for the
tame. J- IL PORTER.
Aurasvllle, January 12, 1688.
MISS JULIA L. CHAMBERLIN,
Voice Culture, Piano & Harmony
Music Parlors! '"'ffisr1
Bank Block, '
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL. AUTHORITY.
- SALEM, - -Capital
Paid up, -Surplus,
- - $75,000
- - 9,500
R. S. WALLACE,
- - Cashier.
J -H. ALBERT, - -
W. T. Gray, W. AV. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert,
T. MeF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In private granaries or
State and County Warrants lloughl at Par.
COMMERCIAL PAPER ',
Discounted at reasonnblo rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Parix, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
H. W. COX, I
(Successor to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT u J)ICINES
Physician Prescriptions and Family
Renpes a serially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
S-The best five cent cigar In tho mar
ket. - II. W.. COX,
100 State Street, Salem.
Tin and Copper Ware,
130, State Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
43Agents for tho Boynton's furnace. A
specialty made of rooting and spouting.
A. E. STRANG,
No. ;I03 Commercial Street,
Plumbing, Gas and feara Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
nr Agent for the RICH
UOYNTQN COMPANY'S FU;
tauiisnea in Jfrtw.
News from all Parts of the
NEWS EROM THE CHINESE EMPIRE.
Tho Yellon Riv Gap o be.Repaired"
Large Tract Inundated.
San Francisco, March 17. Tho
steamer Oeeanica arrived from
China this morning, bringing the
following news: "It is rumored that
the Viceroy of China has accepted
the ofl'er of a French syndicate to
repair the Yellon river gap for one
million four hundred thousand taels.
About one-third of tho inhabitants
of that portion of China lying north
of the Yellon river are suffering
more or less distress, niul in Honan
and Auhie large portions of tho
country are under water and
likely to remain so for some years."
Another Walk OuU
El Paso, March 17. As was ex
pected the engineers and firemen on
the Texas Pacific walked out last
night. It is understood that the
strike will be general along tho
whole line from El Paso to Fort
Worth and New Orleans. The sit
uation here is unchanged, things
remaining about as they were yes
terday along the line of tho Atchi
son Topeka and Santa Fe.
No Strikers Wuntcil.
Marcli 17, A
business men waited
upon Austin Corbin, president of
the Reading Railroad Co., and ask
ed that the strikers bo re-employed
which request was refused.
Ktlltor Hooked for Libel.
Minneapolis, Mar. 10. Judge
William Wiley has been on trial
since yesterday for criminal libel on
Secretary of Interior Vilas. Tho
suit grew out of an article in the
Home Diary of December J, 188(1, in
which Vilas and others were charged
with wrecking a Madison lire insurance-
company and dividing tho sur
plus assets among the directors, who
subscribed to bogus security funds.
TrcuHiiry Still Full.
Washington, March 10. Gold,
silver and currency in the treasury
to-day amounts to $070,300,808; cer
tificates outstanding, gold, $04,210,-
051; silver, $187,8qi,4G9; currency,
$10,335,000; internal revenue receipts,
$388,099; customs, $1,388,100.
Another Railroad Wreck.
Binohamiton (N. Y.), March 10.
On the Delaware, Lackawanna &
Western railway this morning the
east bound passenger train jumped
the track and three cars were
burned, killing one passenger and
injuring quite a number.
A Loophole Left.
New York, March 15. Tho Tele
gram says editerially: "Now that
tho treaty Is signed, tho agile Mon
golian will land on British and Mex
ican territory and burrow his way
through to the friendly laundry den
In the States."
O. & C.I(iilLItel.
New York, March 15. Tho
governing committee of the New
York Stock Exchange to-day voted
to list tho $14,254,000 lirst mortgage
bonds of the Oregon &, California
Washington, March 10. Rev.
Eugene Peck, pastor of tho Eastern
Presbyterian church of this city, was
struck by a locomotive this morning
while walking on the railway track
and instantly killed.
llalil Kiionlier Comklrd.
OARK, Mo., March 10. MIIoh
Mathews, one of tho bald knobbers
who killed Evans and Green u year
ago, was convicted of i nurd or In tho
lirst degree yesterday.
The Vlla7l.lbel Suit.
Minnkai'olis, March 10. Tho tri
al of Judge Wm. Wiley criminally
libelling Vilas, Secretary of the In
terior, was began yesterday.
WORDS ritOM TAI.MADGK.
"It is not so much what you for
mally teach j'our cli'Uleru as what
you sing to them. A hymn has
wings and can lly every whither.
One hundred and fifty years after
you are dead, and Old Mortality' has
worn out his chisel in recuttlng your
name on tho tombstone, your great
grandchildren will bo singing tho
song which this afternoon you sing
to your little ones gathered about
"Oh, if mothers only knew tho
power of thlssacretl spell, how much
oftener tho little ones would be gath
ered, and all our homes would chime
with, the songs of Jesus.
"We want counteracting influence
upon our children. The very mo
ment your child steps into the street
ho steps into tho path of temptation.
There are foul-mouthed children
who would like to besoil your little
ones. It will not do to keen vour
boys and girls in tho house and make
them house-plants; they must have
fresh air and recreation. God save
your children from tho scathing,
blasting, darning influence of tho
streets! I know of no counteracting
influence but the power of Christian
culture and example. Hold before
your little ones tho pure life of Jesus;
let that name be the word that shall
exorcise evil from their hearts. Give
to your instruction all tho fascination
of music, morning, noon and night;
let It bo Jesus, tho cradle song.
"This is important if your chil
dren grow up; but perhaps they may
not. Their pathway may bo short.
Jesus may be wanting that child.
Then there will bo u soundless step
in the dwelling, and tho youthful
pulse will begin to flutter and the
little hands bo lifted for help.
You cannot help. And a great agony
will pinch at your heart, and tho era
dlo will bo empty, and tho nursery
will be empty, and tho world will
bo empty, andyoursoulwlllboempty
No little feet standing on tho stairs.
No toys scattered on the carpet. No
quick following from room to room.
No strange and wandering ques
tions. No upturned face, with laugh
ing blue eyes, come for a kiss, but
only a grave, jmd a wreath of white
blossoms on tho top of It. Tho heav
enly Shepherd will take that lamb
safely anyhow, whether you have
been faithful or unfaithful; but
would it not have been plcasanter
If you could heaad from those lips
tho praises of Christ? I never read
anything more beautiful than this a
bouta chllds departure. Theaccount
said: "She folded her hands, kissed
hcrmother good-bye, sang her hymn,
turned her face to the wall, said her
little prayer, then died.
"Songs In tho night! Songs in the
night! For tho sick, who have no
one to turn the hot pillow, no one to
put tho taper on tho stand, no one to
put ice on tho temple, or pour out
the soothing anodyne, or utter one
cheerful word Yet songs In the
night! For tho poor who freeze In
the winter's cold and swelter In the
summer's heat, and munch the hard
crusts that bleed the soro gums, and
shiver under blankets that cannot
any longer bo patched, and tremble
because rent day Is como and thoy
may bo set out on the sidewalk.
"Christ is the everlasting song.
The very best singers sometimes get
tired; tho strongest throats some
times get weary, and many who
sang very sweetly do not sing now;
but I hope by tho grace of God we
will, after awhile, go up and sing
tho praises of Christ v here wo will
never bo weary. You know there
aro some songs that aro esicclally
appropriate for tho homo circle.
Thoy stir tho soul, they start tho
tears, thoy turn the heart In on It
self and keep sounding after tho
tune has stopped like some cathedral
(Mill, which, long after tho tap of tho
biuizen tongue has ceased, keeps
throbbing on the air. Well It will
be a homosong In heaven, all the
sweeter because those who sang
with us In tho domestic circle on
earth shall join that great haruio-
Assistant Citv Editor John
IJ. WitioiiT, of tho Ronton Herald,
being a justice of tho peace, married
a Jewish couple last Sunday lxtforo
tho high altar of his paste-pot, old
ohalr and puper-littorod table. Ho
klsKid the pretty Jowaw.
A California Rancher Killed
by a Grizzly Bear.
A QUIET INDIAN MURDERED.
Fears thai the Chinese Treaty will bo
Washington, March 10. It Is
tho universal opinion that tho new
Chinese treaty will not accomplish
tho purpose for which It Is designed,
and will not give ho relief which
tho people on tho Pacillc coast aro
entitled to expect. Nothing savo
tho absolute exclusion of all Chineso
laborers will meet tho emergency
with which for years past Call-
forlans have been obliged to contend.
Senator Mitchell, whoso bill
proposes to abrogate all treaty stipu
lations allowing the coming of
Chinese laborers to America, thinks
any such treaty as reported to bo
negotiated is simply a farce.
Representative Felton, whoso bill
proposed to prevent tho coming to
tho United States of Chinese laborers,
after giving nottco to tho Chineso
government of tho determination of
tho United States in tho premises,
thinks that tho proposed treaty will
bo entirely inadequate and in
suftlelent. Representative Morrow,
who, as a member of tho House
Committee on Foreign Afltdrs; Is
especially interested in antl-Chlncso
legislation, said In Ids opinion tho
now treaty will not accomplish
what Secretary Bayard thinks ll
Miiiulo Armstrong Dnul.
Waiiash (Iud.), March 10 This
afternoon Mamie Armstrong, tho
girl who attempted suicide on Tues
day, died from tho effects of tho big
doso of arsenic. This morning tho
girl told her physician that sho
wanted to live- and avouUI never
again repeat the rash act, though at
tho time death seemed moro
desirable than to bo beaten and
cursed, which sho declared was tho
treatment sho received at tho hands
ot her brutal father. Last night,
when death seemed very near,
Mamie said good-bye to her lover
and slipped a ringjon his finger. Tho
parting was very allcctive. Arm
strong has doggedly preslstcd In
keeping away from tho bedsldo of
his dying daughter, and has not
seen her face from tho time that sho
took the poison. Reforo dying
Manilo forgave her hard-hearted
A Touching Metttliig.
Rkrlin, March 15. Emprcas
Augusta, contrary to tho traditional
etiquette, which demands that sho
should not leave tho palace until
afterthefuneral, drove to Charlotten
burg to seo her son, It being Impossi
ble for him to como to Rcrlln to
visit her. The Emperor has decided
that his mother shall retain tho
title of "Empress Augusta" and not
bo styled "Dowager Empress," or
"Empress Mother." Tho meeting
between her son and herself was very
touching, as was also the visit paid
by Empress Victoria to her mother-in-law.
KIIIimI by ii Hear.
Sif-so.v, March 10. Amos T.
Home, a rancher, was killed by a
grll.zly bear In tho western part of
this county Monday. While walk
ing through a ravine, looking after
cattle, tho bear Jumped Iron mi high
rock, and before Home could defend
himself tho bear pinned him to the
ground and badly lacerated his face
and body. He lived hut a few hours
after the attack.
'I li AiuiHxatloii (jiii'ntltiu.
Washington, March 15. Sena
tor Stewart from the Committee on
Tcrrltofios to-dav ronortod the bill
for thu admission of Washington
Territory as tho State of Washing
ton. It Is proposed to annex tho
Panhandle of Idaho to the now
State. Tho total nomilatlou of
Washington and tho Panhandle of
Iduho is ostlnmtod at lSO.OOU. A
minority report against tho admis
sion will bo made.'