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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1SSS.
ST. ,)OirVS TESTIMONY.
. ... m iTTADVPV AT T.AW
(jcl Mstrlct Attorney. Office at court
RAMBBY A WNG1IAM, A'XTOHNKYH
and Counselors at Law. llu-lucss lu
tnc Supreme Court a specinlty. Salem, Or.
miLMON "foud, ATTORNEY AND
I Counselor nt Liiw, Knlcm, Orrgon.
Offcc, up stairs in rauuu uuk.
r, T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
S iiw Office over Cupltol National
tank. 2I9 Commerclnl Street, Salem, Or.
T W.SIMUOS" ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.I m era, urauu. v...v. ... .......-...
filook Igal business ol nil Kinns,
lloth lue and Are Insurance.
TTM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W Salem. Oregon. Office with TUmon
Ford, in Patton's bulldlue. Will practice
In sill the courts of Oregon. Collections
laaoc. land onlca business a specialty.
O H. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
r sclor nt Ijiw, Salem, Oregon. Having
5i abstract of tho records of Mnriou coun
ff 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. Kerry and State.
MHAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
J5 shampooing neatly done.
LADO & BUSH,
B AN K E RCS !
Salem, - Oregon.
rrUlANSACT A OKNERAL RANKING
I business Innll Its branches.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS A OTHER MEATS
j constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of tho city ut lowest living rates.
Please give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SAfiEM, OREGON.
WAll kinds of fresh and, cured meats
always on bund. Full weight and u'squure
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
H8 COURT -STREET.
Constantly on hand .tho hot quality of
Andiall kinds of
a-The CLEANEST kfi't market in tho
cuy. nui auu iseuiurjimrevu.
Jo to d. O'Donalrt's shop on High St.,
between Court and State, HaScui, und get
jneofj. M. Coulter's patent Improved
Uhte,t Ladder nuuir lu Oregon,
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
HAVING PimCHAKKD THE 11LACK
Biulth bhop known as Kelly's Old
Hund, I will hereafter be prepared to do all
iu urn iv
In the bout ktyle known to tho trade at
khort notice. The bent or workmen urn
Ployed, and all work Riiaranteod to give
Horseshoeing a Specialtyl
J. J. JARNIGAN,
KeJly'n Old SUind, Salem, Or.
1-i. w. cox,
Mart constantly on hand a well teluetitd
Bcericke & Schreck's
NEATLY IUUNTKD OVWK TO UK
HAD UPON Ari'LH'ATIO.V.
Tne B. k S. PREPARATIONS
V tfee J'unwt and m. II. W. )X
f th only authorlMd agent.
-Oali for the H. t a Homeopath! I'M
PMaUoa and KMpt noMbH.
Oil ' "
Woven Wire Bed !
ON .THIS COAST !
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
lJ Fifth Street, Portland, Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON,
M. IVE. MEAD',
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposlto Mluto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
All kinds of Furniture made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on hand.
KsTAHT.LSIIKD IN 1S73.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
. '' SALEM,'- - - OREGON.
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Butter, Sweet and Champagne 'Cider, Cider
Syrup for Mince Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FEATURE OF 168S.
For Sweet Cider, leavo orders ut Fac
tory Oltloe, drop a Postal, or see driver of
our delivery wagon. ....
Wn L-ncnS-i'nllon keeHank 2-irullon doml-
Johnsthataro loaned to customers for a
term 01 kix uays. .iii jrut:i jjiuihihij'
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plcuty ot timber. Two
house and two baron. Good orchard.
Meadow and ISO acres plow land. Fifty
head or cattle with tho place ir wanted, and
horses enough to run It. Within live miles
of depot on theO. AC. It. IL A bargain ror
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
Salem Co-Operative Association, P. of II.
All Kinds of Produce Bought.
IJd, Ktate street, Kulem, Or.
WILLIS ( CIIAlEitLIN,
Real Estate Agents
ituy und hll Ihrnw, and gty projwty-.
A targe number of durable farm and eity
pnpwtr nowoflMng on rsonUIo twin.
VtU pnUekn at InaumBWBBHlwtt w
on allclMM of property to igbt rollal!
nnd wnllhy inipnl.
Will Bcetlate loua on rel wtate or per
mmaI Meurity ob lmc or ohori tUM. una
tor hint or hmU ranw.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician nnd
surReon. will open an office In the New
Rank Block, on May 1st, ror thu treatment
of all diseases or women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principle. Medlml baths, oxvgen and
electro-magnetism ued. Charj;es strictly
ESTABLISHED HY NATIONAL AUTnOKlTY,
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, - -
- - - $75,000
- - - ,9,500
R. 8. WALLACE, - - lresldcnt.
W. W. MARTIN, . Viee-rresldent.
J. II. ALBERT, ..... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, It, S. Wallace,
, J. H. Albert,
T. McF. Patton. '
To farmers on wheat and other market-
able produce, consigned or In store.
6 produce, consigned or In st(
either In private granaries or
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
(Success or to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
Drugs ui Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT .MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
3-Tiie best Ave rent cigar in the mar
ket. H. W. COX,
1011 Statu Street, Malum.
No. IIOS Commercial Street,
.SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
. I'lunibicg, Gas aod Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
&lr Aw nt
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnace,
tAbllehed In 1KJ9.
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
All iwdN will rotwive iiroinpt attention.
IfctliiiaUSfionHll klndof work In our line
d CkHirt IIwmkxhi Churt olivet,
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Mag ad Spwfitg a Specialty.
?Avtb oW wnd ot Moa. KtniBK. Com-udfClallKroet.
Hie Capital Natk
The Fatal Explosion or a tiun on a
THE FLOOD IN ST. PAUL.
A Portion of the City Submerged and
Many Houses Washed Away.
Chicago, April 14. A dispatch
from St. Paul this morning says tho
western part of tho city is almost
entirely submerged, yet, although
many houses have floated away and
others have been wrecked, there are
no reports of any loss of life.
Fatal Cannon Explosion.
Havana, April 14. A cannon
exploded on the Spanish steamer,
Panama, last night, killing one-
person and wounding four others.
WIKUK.N McKl.N.NOX HEMES.
Oi'Fici: riOi'T. Pbxitkntiauy. i
Salk.m, Ore., April II!, 18SS. i
En. Jouhnam In your issues of
tho lltli uiul lL'tli inst. you nmko
clmrge to thu vtl'cct that 1 notified
the employes of this institution tlmt
tliey must pay an assessment for
eampaiu purposes, and tlmt they
must pay up or step out. Also that
there is vigorous kicking in or about
the penal abode is a malieious false
hood. 1 am utterly opposed to tho
assessment system as it is an oil
spring of the republican party and
therefore my detestation of it. If
such was my poliey it would bo un
necessary to refer back to Napoleon
but simply to the more recent au
thorthe republican party who
never failed to assess all employes
state and nation regardless of sex.
Please interview a certain postmis
tress in Oregon who is a widow's
daughter and the only support of
bur mother and her family. And as
to any neglect of public duty I elial
lenge the campaign liar.
Please do me the justice to publish
tins denial ami oblige yours etc.
M. .1. McKinxon,
Injustice to Warden McKinnon
we publish his letter as requested.
The sole difference between that
official and the Capital Joiihxai.
is lu the use of terms. Ho admits to
this writer that he passed a subscrip
tion paper among ills subordinates,
who signed their money for various
amounts with the utmost willing
ness. AVe charged him with levy
ing assessments; Warden .Mc
Kinnon says he only took up a
collection. What's In a name'.'
Collecting money for campaign
purposes of government employes
lias become an abomination to the
American people, it iscondemned by
civil service rules, and President
Cleveland has pronounced against
the practice in several state papers.
Thousands of republican olllce
holders have bei-u removed for
"ollensive partisanship" who-o sole
offense was voting a republican
ticket; yet here we have a prominent
state official collecting forced
lienevolenees from his underlings,
and he feels injured when twitted
wlththeofl'ense. In political life there
Isa wide difference between Tweedle
dum and Tweedledee.
Tiik real estate boom has collapsed
in southern California towns, and
a painful question is arising where
labor Is to be procured to save the
grain and the fruit crops. Itut
these troubles sink into insignifi
cance by the side of the Imperiled
saloons. Ht. John jinil his follow
dlsoiplori seem .to have impressed a
numlKir of their hearers with the
merits of total abstinence, and thoo
are now painfully concerned about
tho wolfareof tho unconverted. In
Pasudona tho wiloonsareelo-ed, and
in I.os Augulutf tho Industry of tho
mixologist Is about to be destroyed.
To the aveniKu toper it must look as
If the end of the world was enuiliijf.
Life without spirituous slliiailii
in tut look cold and dreary, und the j
future tunuuieull the lllntliiiws of!
their uuonrked Ixtttles.
DiMtpIioInUsI amateur author 1
liuvo jUHt received my tlranut laok
with thanks. I Jwve sent ixxjins,
tewtys, bihI Htwlw, but everything
gut returned. What can I m-imI thai
win nivot wiiii aeeopiaucu t
fiympathetto nod practical friend
Trv a twelve rooutuV MjUcrlutlon. !
The Statesman tells us this morn
ing that St. John does not endorse
the statement made by "the little
giant," that the prohibitory laws in
Kansas and Iowa are not enforced
in good faith. This is a damaging
confisslon to the prohibition party.
Republicans who are sincere and
practical in their efforts at moral
reform, In waging war upon alcohol
ism are content to redeem one state
at a time. Maine, Rhode Island,
Kansas, Iowa have excluded the
liquor traffic from their limits, and
in several other states, where public
opinion will not sustain prohibition,
it has been restrained by high li
cense and local option. IJut Mr.
Mills scouts all this successftil labor
as useless. What tho common sense
of the American people regard as
half a loaf he casts aside as "more
beer" and what is joyously hailed
as "a step in the right direction,"
he perversely declares is "a long
stride the other way." Prohibition
in Kansas and Iowa Mr. Mills re
jects as a delusion and a snare. He
tells his hearers that the republicans
in those states are not enforcing the
anti-liquor laws with any heartiness
for fear of losing votes; that the
liquor trade in those states is unre
strained, ami there Is Just enough
racket kept up to Impose on outside
communities and save the reputa
tion of the party. Tills damaging
allegation Mr. St. John denies. Ac
cording to our morning cotempor
ary this gentleman admits that "the
whisky law in Kansas is enforced
with as much certainty and readi
ness as any criminal statute In ex
istence." Which of these two plat
form orators tells the truth'.' I)oes
Mr. Mills know "whereof lie speaks
so confidently? OrN be misleading
the public on mere hearsay and
conjecture'.' Men who come into
our midst teaching morality and re
form should be above the low arts
of the demagogue. They
should tell tho truth and
hew to tlie Hue, no nmtterwhere the
chips fall. The people of Oregon as
elsewhere are desirous to aid in the
exorcism of the evil spirit of rum,
and they look for honesfy in the
professional champions who come
lie re to aid them in (lie work. Ihil
the spectacle is presented tousof one
contradicting the other; I hose who
come to bear witness do not agree in
the same story.
This truth remains to have weight
on the minds of republicans. The
pasnlon for strong drink can only be
dealt with effectively by practical
measures. Where popular senti
ment will sustain absolute prohibi
tion such exclusion is enforced; but
wherethis assent cannot beobtuined,
restriction by means of high license
willi other stringent regulations is
resorted to. This Is done in good
faith and witli very encouraging
results. Those extremists who come
among us, scouting all thai has been
doue,and inqicrlously demanding all
or nothing, are not to be accepted as
safe guides; either they are one-Idea
men who lack a balance wheel, or
they have a purpose of their own to
subserve which is not consistent with
the jiublie weal. It Is well enough
to hear them talk, but we should
guard against being misled by their
sophistry and misstatements.
I'llllUKKEfK HOThl. l!l!l Us.
SATIJItDAV, Al'ltll, II, 18S.S.
It A Fuller and sister, San Fran.;
KI1 Payne, Detroit; J C Ilutun,
ChaniMMg; It A Wright, Maekh
litiry, Or.; J' W Scott, Jt II More,
city; F M Woodard, John Lee,
Louis Anion, Win I)omm, Choiiiawa;
0 II Collin, Fugciic City; Mrs.
Horral, Sol Moiideulhal, Portland ;
J CJ lloiikt, Fo.ict Clove; A 1) Calllll
Dayton, W. T., Win L Weathered,
I'owI.ukI '!' I KL-niii. ltft.fni! J H
....... ., . ......., .-...,
Dili, Kanta Clara; Mr. Mr. Whit
ley, Taeoina; .1 Farmr, Tryon, Tex.;
J WOrlm, K Klwrhard, Aurora.
In lUulwlf Cuiv.
The OKIOINAL AlllKTI.NIi
OJNT.MKNTJtMinly JHit up lu lurge
twiMMiuiv fin Imixck, und Is an
alwoluto cure for old wircn, luim,
wound, clmpiHsl hamlfe, and all
skin eruptions. Will ixwltlvuly
cure all kinds of piles, Ask for thu
OltKJIXAL AMKTIXK OINT-
MK.NT.hJjH W u. w. muiiir-wh
& Co., 100 Ktate street, Bulem, at" M6
! IX- tl., 1"" nuiu nura, "M"iH .i
cents per box by mull SO cent.
of What Ihr
Thoughts of thi Presidency Inspire
the Ambitious Soldier.
I'aius, April 18. The Figaro pub
lishes an Interview with Uoulanger,
in which the latter says: "It was
not 1 who first thought of the presi
dency of the republic. All my
hopes centered In my return to tho
Ministry. Now it is true that my
tViends hold out tome tho prospect,
of the til's! magistracy In the state.
Will you call me ambitious If I say
1 have not been able to avoid look
ing at the prospect?
"I have no liking for dragging
my sword after mo in time of peace.
If we had war, every one knows 1
would take it up again. It Is Idiotic
though to say, 'Houlanger, e'est la
guerre.' Why should I think ol
war when neither France '.nor Oer
many wish it? Prepare to wage it?
Yes. Declare it? JJevcr."
Mill." -'I'lflfl t'liptllli-d.
DitAiii: (Mo.), April lit. Deputy
SheriHM. H. Nagby and Fred. Vltte,
of Franklin county, captured i. undo
thief in Osage county, yesterday
evening. During the middle of last,
week two line mules were slolen at
Hontlt's station, in St. Lewis coun
ty. Messrs. Itagby and Vitto
struck tin' track of the thieves west
of Union and caiue upon tlicin west,
of hero. They captured the mules
and one man after a running light,
eighteen shots being 'Vxctianged.
One man succeeded in getting away,
although he was hit twice, as lie
dropped at two diU'erent shots. He
continued running, and the brush
being very thick they lost hint. Tho
thieves had ridden the mules with
out saddles fiom St. Louis county to
here, and ".then stole a saddle from
Hew C. ( Stapmaiin, which was
also iccovered. The prisoner and
mules will be taken back to St.
I.llllr Coiml) Di'llliil'l'lllli' NiilllltliltrullK.
IOikiiim:, April l:i. The demo
crats held theireouventloii for Lane
county here to-day. Several mem
bers of (he time honored parly were
badly knocked out by bad , hisky
before they got through. However,
they managed to make the follow
ing nominatiens: Senator, Hon. K.
P. Coleman ; representatives, C. IC.
Hale, J). It. Harris, (Ji . Dorr's;
county Judge, J. !'. Fciiton ; sherlfl',
P. S. MoPherson ; county clerk, L.
Itllyeii; treasurer, J. J. Walton, Sr.;
assessor, ('has. Hull'man; surveyor,
L. F. Wooley ; coroner, Dr. A. W.
Prat her. The republican conven
tion will lie held to-morrow.
llhornt uiul ,ltiilmi).
Oakland (t'al.), April lit. This
afternoon Louis Hansen shot Ids
divorced wife and her husband, J.
('. Canliicr, and then killed himself.
The cause Is supposed to bejealousy.
(itinlncr and the woman may re
cover. Hansen had oftentimes
I threatened to kill (larduer ami his
wife, and tho shooting of to-duy was
not entirely unexpected. Hansen
had on occasions' said tlmt if Ills
former wife would not live with
liiiu, she would certainly never live
to make Oanlncr happy. The
woman, although not very young,
Is quite pivposCf!ing and Is very
Mipular among her friends.
siihiilliiii Arm) I!"" ill Allium.
Ai.ii.uiv, t'r April !. A row
occurred on the street this evening
on IheiipptiHiiinceof the SnImiIIou
Army. William Price, a younjf man
I of thin city, had put on a Salvation
Army uniform and attempted fo
ttUtmi with the HttlvatlouUtM. t 'apt.
Sllllwell at tempted to put him out
of the circle, when Price knocked
him down. Prfcu ww arrUl, and
gave Iwil for hU HpiMHranoe to-nior-row
at - o'eliok.
A Hingle'ahock of mrlhtimkc was
expuriencwl In Wadnworth, KwvhUm,