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SALEM, OR., FRIDAY, APRIL, G, 1SSS.
"f-n w I3FLT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Q-ndPrlct Attorney. Offlcc at court
. uhKY 4 BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
PA h runselors at Law. Uuslness in
BuSCourtaalty. Salem, Or.
ttTioN FORD, ATTORNEY AND
T1 Sneelor at 'law, Hnlem, Oregon.
OlffieefupS?ars In ration's block.
.w GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
OlIAW . V nron. nnice In Patton's
UJfiv ffilwo.. drug store.
-,.-,,-m K rwivWV AT
ffi'nk, S9 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
-r" -a' "SPRIGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
T Hilcm. Oregon. Office In England's
Hock Lepil business of all kinds. Also
both Hie ana urc '"""""
- . nOTo-imamr T T.AW
.W, ii?tonVSulldlng. Will practice
.nli "he court ofOTCon. Collections
Sad" Land offlco business a specialty.
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P "selorntUvw, Salem, Oregon. Having
A K.Vifnftho records of Marlon coun
?;?MtaataSn lotmFblock Index of Sa
Im beh.f pecial facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
mm- St.. bet. Ferry and State.
HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
LADD & BUSH,
Salem, - Oregon.
bus'inehs in nil Its branches.
;00, Commercial St.,Salein.
CHOICE STEAKS A. OTHER MEATS
(! mnBUintly on hand, and delivered to
JnV Sort of "he city at lo'wcst living rates.
Pleaio give us your pationage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, SALEM, OREGON.
a-All kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and aiuftre
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
98 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Freli and Salt Meats!
And all kinds or
J-The CLEANEST kept market in the
city. Call and see lor youreen.
McCRO'SV & WILLARD.
43-Oo to J. O'Donald's shop on High St.,
between Court and State, Salem, and get
flne of J. M. Coulter's patent improved
URbtt laAitr made In Ortgon.
Kelly's Old Stand I !
HAVING PURCHASED THE BLACK,
smith shop known as Kelly's Old
Htand, I will hereafter be prepared to do all
a . . . It TV
In the best style known to the trade at
short notice. The best of workmen em
Ployed, and all work guaranteed to glvo
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
j. j. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Stand. Balem, Or,
Has constantly on hand n well selected
A NEATLY I'RINTKD GUIDE TO HE
HAD UPON AI'I'LICATION.
Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Are the IMrect and Bt. II. W. COX
w the only niithorired ufsnU
-0&ll for the U. 4 K Homeopathic IVe
txuuUooa and eept no other.
H. W. COX,
Bcericke &. Schreck's
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST I
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
Vi Fifth Street, Portland, Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON,
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Hoofing and Spouting a Specially.
3-At'tho old stand of Ben. Strang, Com
ML M: MAD,
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 KUI.T. STOCK OP
Fancy Goods, Moldings,
'Brackets, Picture Frames,
Artists' Materials, Etc.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. M. SARGEANT,
' 207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
All kinds of Furniture made to order.
A "full line of Casketa always on hand.
J. J. JENNINGS, D. DS.
Ttcth Extracted Without Pain by New Process
fTlEETH FILLED WITH THE LATEST
I improved fillings. Plates made on
short notice, and at reasonablo terms.
Gold fillings a specialty.
S"Any and all work In the Dental line.
Ofllce In Brey man's block over J. M. Rosen
berg fc Co's.
( Established in 1879.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Under Swept and inamname uaer. uaer
Syrup for Mince Meal, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FEATURE OF 1888.
.. r. ... i 1.1am Imu. nrHAn ut Vnn.
tory Offlce, drop ft 1'oMal, or see driver of
our delivery wagon. ..... . ,
Wo keep 6-gal(on kegs ink IVgallor. demi
johns that are loaned to uustoiners for a
term of Mx days. All orders promptly
m,eJ- O. 8TOLTZ.
Oregon Peach Bitters
About eighteen years ago I received a
hurt In my back from a pile of lumber
folllneon m, and ever since Mo ben
troubled with weak kidneys more or less;
aud the Utyerery much. Through the
reoomm. ndallon of Henry Keeue, I
bought bottle of H. Klas'ii Oregon I'each
Hitters and before I bad taken half the
botUel found a great relief frotn R. I
believe It to be a splendid remedy for the
kidneys, and heartily recommendlt for tho
same. J. II. TORTBK.
AwiMVllle, January IS, 1S88.
Scientist, nnthropoloRlst, plivstclan and
surgeon, vlll open an otllce in the New
llank Block, on May 1st, for the treatment
of all diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, owgen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
New Hide Store
Halng rented the store room formerly.
wvuiMtu uj rwrsiurr cc niiany, on iuu
north side of State street, I am prepared to
pay the highest market price, In cash, for
hides, furs and sheep pelts, and to those
having them for sale, I ask to call and see
me, .as I lll gic good prices and a fair
deal to all.
ESTABLISHED JIY NATIONAL AUTHORITY.
The Capital National Bank
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, .... 75,000
Surplus, ...... 9,500
R. H. WALLACK, - - President.
W. W. .MARTIN, - Vice-President.
.1. II. ALBERT, ... - Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, H. 8. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert,
T. AIcK. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other maikct-
able produce, consigned or In store.
either in priMite granarlcsor
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonablo rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Han
Francisco, Portland, London, Purls, llcrlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
H. W. COX,
Successor to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
'Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR TUB CELKHRATKI)
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
3Tho best five cent cigar In tho mur-
II. W. COX.
100 State htrcot. 8alcm
II. K. DuRois.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
From SI to 3 per day.
A. E. STRANG,
No. aon Commercial Ktreet,
SAL12M, - - OHEGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fifiing.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
n-Agtnl for the WCIIAIIDHON A
Fire and Explosion or Coal oil on a llai
Serious Damage to Property in Minne
sota and Iowa.
St. Paul, April 6. A tornado
which has just passed over south
western Minnesota and northwest
ern Iowa did enormous damage.
Five deaths have so far been report
ed at Shieldsvillc, Minn. A splen
did stone church Just erected was
demolished, the loss being $25,000.
At Faribaul the loss will foot up to
$200,000. At South Hart the railway
bridge has given way, and all
trains aro temporarily abandoned.
At Mnnknto the Minnesota river is
leaving its banks. lee is moving in
immense cakes, and'u gorge is fear
ed below tho city. At Sibley, Iowa,
the wind arose fnim a slight breeze
to a hurricane, and in a very short
space of time chimneys, pieces of
lumber and other property were
torn from their resting places and
hurled rapidly through tho air.
The roof of the public school build
ing was blown oil' whilo tho school
institute was in mksIoh. A doen
were Injured but none fatally.
Coal Oil i:ploslon Threu .Men Killed.
Louisvilli:, April 0. The con
ductor of a freight train on the
Louisville and Nashville road, while
attempting to repair a leak in one
of the barrels of oil, with which four
of the caw wcro loaded, last night
accidentally broke ids lantern. In
stantly there was an explosion.
The conductor was blown through
the window and fell unconscious,
and fatally hurt,' on the side of tho
track. Two men who were helping
him jumped for their lives, hut their
clothes were burning and they were
fearfully torched and will die. Tho
train men seeing they could do
nothing toward stopping tho lire,
cut loose the burning cars; and they
shot down an incline and did not
stop until four miles had been
covered. Nothing was left of them
but blackened trucks and iron bar
Kinperor I'li-dnrlu ImiroUnj;.
Lo.vpON, April 0. The British
Medical Journal this morning pub
lishes the following special telegram
from Berlin: The emperor of Ger
many is getting along satisfactorily.
The lesion appears quiescent. There
aro no signs of spreading and glands
urenotinthe least involved. His
general health is excellent, and his
appearance shows no truces of IIIiicbs
or suffering, except that his hair has
What Rumor Siijb.
Chicaoo, April 0. There is a well
authenticated rumor current that
the Burlington officials and the men
have reached a mutually satisfacto
ry settlement. Tho next move will
be to publish an announcement
from the strikers that the battle has
been lost, and in consideration of
their withdrawal from active hostil
ities, the company will quietly re
instate all the old engineers and
firemen as rapidly as possible.
Hrll luto Molten Iron.
New York, March . At tho
Delaware Iron foundry last night
two workmen were fatally und four
seriously burned by fulling into
It Is considered certain that the
army retiring bourd will recommend
tho retirement of uon. Terry.
A son of Sonor Alontado, a rieli
sugur planter of Havana, has been
captured by bandits in Bains, 00
mile from that city, and is held for
A Rome dispatch says: Tho jkjxmj
Is seemingly willing to advlso tho
Irish leaders and people to ex
ercise modorution, but has refused
to give any positive undertaking
to oppose the national league movement.
t; 'Incompetent KiiRlneers.
Washington, April o. The
house committee on commerce lias
agreed to Andrews' substitute to
White's resolution providing for an
investigation of the Chicago, Bur
lington and Qulncy Railroad strike,
by a special committee of live to bo
appointed by the speaker. The
resolution declares that the locomo
tive engineers now employed aro
incompetent and that the claim of
resumption of public duties by tho
Burlington is a fraudulent pretense
and a gross imposition upon the
public, placing in imminent peril
both life and property. Tho com
mittee is directed to go to the scene
of t he strike and call for witnesses
and papers and investigate and
ascertain hat is necessary in the
way of legislation to protect inter
5o. l'ennojer'H 1'itrdoii.
San Francisco, April 5. Tho
Chronicle says editerially: "Gover
nor 1'cnnoyer of Oregon seems to
have peculiar views in regard to
morality. He gave tho woman
known as 'Pearl Page' full pardon,
on condition that she leave the
state forever. In other words, sho
may 'go on the town' in California
or any other state or territory, but
she must not ret main in Oregon to
inveigle any virtuous Webfoot. The
governor would havo done better to
neglect the recommendation to
mercy of a sentimental jury. 'Pearl
Page' was clearly guilty and she
showed throughout that she was
perfectly awaro of tho crime that
she aided in accomplishing. The
governor's action has simply made
it much more diflleult in future to
convict and punish any adventuress
of her stripe."
ltvneu litre -Until
llAMisTi:i (Texas), April !,
Deputy Sheriff Richard C. Cham
bers was shot and instantly killed
here yesterday by Stephen W. All
chin, a well-known citizen. The
latter wrote u communication in u
weekly newspaper, relleoting upon
the olllcial conduct of Sheriff Mo
Dude and Deputy Chambers. When
Chambers met Allchln a quarrel en
sued aud both opened -tiro simulta
neously. A bullet entered Chambers'
heart and Allchin was fatally
wounded and cannot live.
Mi:mi'iiis (Tenn.), April a. Tho
jail at Friars Point was burned tills
morning, und live prisoners perished
in tho flumes. An effort was made
to rescue them, but without success.
The jail Is supposed to havo been
fired by one of tho inmates, who
was under sentence to tho penitpir
Chagrined aud Indignant.
Pa rib, April C The supporters
of M. Clemenceuu are chagrined
and indignant at Ills defeat for
president in the ehainlwr of deputies
u AtiHolute Cult.
The ORIGINAL AJJLBTINE
OINTMENT Is only put up In largo
two-ounce I in loxes, and is an
absolute cure for old sores, burns,
wounds, chapped hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will jiosltively
cure ull kinds of piles. Ask for tho
ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Bold by D. W. Matthews
& Co., 100 State street, Salem, at 'Si
cents per box By mall !M) cents.
Dr. Gilbert has the reputation of
bciinr the finest platform speaker
that ever came to tills coast in tho
Interest of science. Ills course of
lectures nromiscs to be a rich treat to
the intelligent and thinking people
of Salem. To-morrow, (Friday) eve
ning tho lecture will bo free and
the opera house should bo ciowded.
Ilucklca'v Arnica Halvr,
The best salve In tho world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, saltrhoum,
fover hores, tetter, elmpied hunds,
chilblains, corns, und ull skin eni
tlons, and iosldvely euros pllos, or
no pay required. It is guurunteod
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents rt box,
For sale by Dr. H. W. Cox.
Tin: Baker county republicans
held their convention on Wednes
day. The delegates to the state con
vention were Instructed for Her
mann for representative.
ine Flashes of Whal the Wi
at Large is Doing.
FATAL I0K (UlIUiK.
A Train Plunges into a Creek and
.Many of tho Passengers arc
St, Paul, April 5. A special dis
patch from New Hampton, Iown,
says: "A terrible railroad accident
occurred about four miles west of
here, on the Milwaukee & St. Paul,
by which at least a doeii people
lost their lives, and from fifteen to
twenty wero injured. A train
which left Chicago nt 11 :!50 yester
day morning, und was duo here at
2:1!! a. in. this morning, passed here
nearly on time, and when about
four miles west plunged Into a creek,
tho bridge of which was washed out.
Tho creek was swollen by an hn
nieiiR' amount of water which had
been running for tho past few days,
und in addition u gorge was formed,
which, previous to tho arrival of tho
train, carried away a portion of tho
bridge. There was nothing to show
that there was danger ahead, aud
the train plunged into tho stream,
while running ut full speed. The
engine und three couches went into
tho creek, und wero immediately
submerged in tho torrent of water
which overflowed the bunks.
A scene of tho wildest confusion
ensued, und tlnwo of the train eiow
and passengers who escaped death
und injury were immediately culled
into service to relievo the drew ning
or pinioned passengers. It was
with great difficulty that the pas
sengers could bo reached, owing to
tho rushing of tluTwater through
the car windows. Those who wero
rescued fiom the smoking car,
which was almost entirely sub
merged, were tuken from tho
windows, some maimed to such an
extent that they weie powerless to
help themselves, whilo others un
hurt, wero nearly drowned beforo
aid could rcuch them.
As soon as a train man who es
caped injury could bo spared he was
dispatched to tho next station, und
a relief train was telegmphed for
from Mason City. Telegrams for re
lief wcro also sent to Charles City
and other near places. It was not
until several hours after the accident
that u train a rived with physicians.
imr-AiLS ok thi: dihahtkr.
Ciiarlus City, Iown, April 0.
Tho wreck of tho Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul railroad, some claim,
wus caused by ice on the track,
while others claim by the spreading
of the rails. The engine juiuihhI
the truck llrst, und the haggugo cur
und tender plunged witli the engine
Into thu wuter. Tho smoker struck
on top of the engine and wus badly
mashed. The engino is entirely un
der water, und tho haggugo cur is
almost covered with wuter.
There wero about thirty people in
the smoker. Four wero killed, so
fur us known, besides tho engineer,
who was crushed between tho cab
and tho smoker. Tho fireman es
cuped unhurt. There were about
twenty-live to thirty wounded,
none futnlly. Tho belief is that
three or more bodies am yet under
tho wreck. Tho Imggugo man and
route agent escaped through a win
dow without much injury.
Tho names of the tlead that havo
lieon learned are as follews: W.
Anderson, C. Lureus, J. Daniels,
Juntos Scugel, engineer, of Mitchell,
I), T., und Dora Heidecker, the
latter a girl about 1 years old.
Of the Humeri of tho wounded
only two can be obtained, those of
Mr. O. Ballon and II. Hours, both of
A Chicago traveling man und a
conductor kept the passengers quiet
till they could help them out. Tho
wounded am mostly burned from
the engine. The malls and bugguge
urn in the river.
Three physlciuns from New
Hnmptoit. und three from Charles
City, urn doing all they can for tho
Chicago, April 6. A dlstteh to
the associated prow from New
Hampton, Iowa, says: Tho train
was thrown from the truck by a
block of Ice which tho wind and
high water hud placed thore.
. iigi W.i Ati