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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, APRIL L9, 1SSS.
nuRHR A flit" IsH iTlKnEHVfr
I'llO SESSIONAL CARDS.
GKO. W. 11KLT, ATTOKNEY AT UW
and District Attorney. Ofllco at court
RVMSEY & HINGHAM, ATTOHXEYH
und Counselors ut Law. lluslncs.3 In
the Supreme Court a s peciulty. Salctn, Or.
FOIID, ATTOKNKY AND
lor ut Ijiw. Hnlein. Oreiron.
Office, up stairs tn ration s diock.
CUIAW & GltEGU, ATTOUNBYh'aT
h Ijiw, Salem, Oiwon. Ofllco in button's
block, up xtnlrs over Belt's drug store.
T. RICHARDSON, ATTOKNEY AT
Law. Office over Capitol National
ink, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
r W. Sl'RIGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.1 Salem, Oregon. Olllco In England's
block. Legal business of all kind. Also
both life and lire Insurance.
WM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Salem, Oregon. Olllco with Tllmon
Kord, In l'ntton's building. Will practice
In all the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land olllco business a specialty.
sclorat Iiiw, Salem, Oregon. Having
sin abstract of tho records of Marlon coun
ty Including a lot and block Index of Sa
lem, ho has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
CAPITAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. 0. G. T.,
meets every Saturday evening. In their
lLill, second door north of Post Otllco. G.
J.VO. KHIOHT.SCC, II.S.J0IIY.W.C.T.
GEO. D. GOODHUE, WOOD DEALER
ofllco with Geo. AV. Johnson, 215 Com
mercial street. All kinds of wood for sale.
Sawed to any length desired. Cash must
accompany all orders
A good Iron framo Hon?o Power.
tor all i
i uses, from one to full capacity. All
for the low price of tm. cull at theFuclfla
Cider, Vinegar 4c Kruit Preserving Com
ptinys otllce. Salem, Oregon.
LKAVB OltDEUS AT LANCEH LIV
cry Sjtnblc, corner of State and Front
streets, or on slate at corner Hta to and Com
mcrclal strcctR. lrompt attention and
W. iV. IlE.i.'tOU,
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com St., bet. Ferry and State.
HAVING, HAIlt CUTTING AND
Hnumiooing ncaiiy aonc.
LADD &. BUSH,
Salem, - Oregon.
rnilANRACT A GENE11AL HANKING
J. business In all Its branches.
ilOO, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS fe OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of tho city at lowest living rates,
l'leaso glvo us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
9-AU kinds of fresh and cured meats
Always on hand. Full weight und uwuaro
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
98 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Fresh and Salt Meals !
And all kinds of
3-Tho CLEANEST kept market in the
city. Cull nnd seo for yourself.
McCIlOW & WILLARI).
Ladders, Ladders !
, J-Jo to J. O'Donuld's shop on High ht.,
between Court and 8tat, Baleni, und get
one of J. M. Coulter's patent Improved
LlgkttAt Udder made is Oregon.
H. W. COX,
Hon constantly on hund a well seItotl
Bcericke &. Schreck's
V KATLY riUNTKD OUIOR TO UK
HA II UrON Al'J'LICATION.
Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Are the lurt and Mart. II. W. COX
u the only authorized ngenL.
aH3Ul fur the R & ajIomeopathk Ire
riutions and eept no othw
'Salem Co-Operative Association
F. of H.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
Rurgeon, will open an otllcc in the New
lfcink Block, on May it, for the treatment
of all diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Slcdlcalbaths.oxygeuand
electro-magnetism used. Charges strlctlv
moderate. Address box 1TB, Sulem, Oregon.
NORTHWEST XKWS GMITIXflS.
ESTARMOIIKI) HV NATIONAL AITTHOISITY.
.JLJUMj' in i
i iieuapiiai ivanonai oanK
ALL, KINDS OF
JAMES AITKEN, Manager.
126 State St.,
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid op, - - - . sfe,000
Surplus, .-.-.. 9,500
It. S. WALLACE, - - IMesiileut.
W. Y MARTIN, - Vlctvlresldeiit.
J. H. AL11EKT, .... cashier.
T.Gray. W. W. .Muriin.
Flashes or What. (he
at Large is Doing.
THK DYING EMPEROR.
He Still Holds out bat LHV is u Pro
J. M. Martin,
I!. . Wallace,
J. H. Albert,
T. McK. I'ntton.
M. M. JVIEAD,
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either in private granaries or
- -Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn diiect on New York, Chicago, San
h mnclsco, Portland, London, Paris, ISerlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on tho alley, opposite Jlinto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
KARKAU'S ULOCK, STATE STREET,
H. W. COX,
(Successor to Tho Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
An kinds of Furnlturo made to oider.
A full Hue of Caskets always on hand.
Established in 1879.
1'AOIKIO CIDER, VISEfiAlt
Fruit Preserving Co.
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
s a Specialty.
Cider .Idly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Butter. Sweet and Cliamoasno Cider. Cider
Syrup for Mince Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
AOENCV FOR THE CELKHRATKl)
KULL HAVANA KILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
, tt.Tho bit ilo cent cigar In the mar
ket, II. V. COX,
lft) State Street. S.jlem.
A. E. STRANG,
No. 30:1 Commercial Street,
A FEATURE OF 1888.
For Sweet Cidor, leavo orders ut Fac
tory Olllce, drop a Postal, or sco driver of
our delivery wagon.
Wo keen 5-crallon kecs auk 3-cnllon demi
johns that are loaned to customers for a
icrni 01 hx uhj-k. .n oraers promptly
FOR SALE or RENT !
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
A3-Apent for tho MCHAHDnON &
HOYNTON COMPANY'! FurnacoH. Kh
UibliHhed in l&tfl.
Ukklin, A ril 18. Improvement
in tht' condition of the emperor con
tinued yesterday evening, although
the fever increased u little. He had
a tolerably good night, though his
sleep was somewhat interrupted by
his coughing. His fever has not yet
disappeared. The condition of the
emperor is almost the same as yes
terday. Physicians held a consul
tation this morning. Rlsniarek
visited the emperor at 11 o'clock.
1:28 p. m. The consultation held
by the physicians this morning
showed the jiiupcror's condition less
satisfactory than yesterday, but bet
ter than last evening. Last even
ing the emperor's temperature rose
to 39 degrees Celsius; to-day it has
fallen to 3S 4-5 degrees. During tho
night Dr. Hovells inserted tho
canula. Physicians have again
sounded his lungs and found that
they are not affected. This
strengthens the opinion that an ab
scess hay formed on the trachea.
IlouluiiKer Writes a Letter.
Paris, April 18. General Doulan
ger hits written a characteristic let
ter to the electors of the Department
of the Nord, in which he says the
15th of April will henceforth be
marked in the annuls of France as
the date ofher true deliverance. Ho
praised the electors for their perto
venuieo and patriotism, and says
they understood his profession of
faitli although the politicians did
not. "What Franceldemands," ho
says, "what the electors havunfllrm
ed through my name, is tho necessi
ty of a Constituent Assembly, before
which all ambitions will be eH'aeed,
and which will give the peoplo the
largo place they should occupy un
der a republic. This ulways lias
been promised them, but systemat
ically withheld. We will labor to
make the republic respected and in-de-tructlble."
A Brief CIironErlo of Whut N Doinp
Oregon and Hound-About.
Over 100 men tire at work on the
Several new ears of the Occur d'
Alone railway have arrived.
The music of thohammeraud saw
is heard daily at McMlimvllIc.
A number of valuable horses are
being shipped from Pomeroy to the
Farmers in the vicinity of Boise
City are very busily engaged in
Boise City has not a single pris
oner in the county or city jail.
Happy Boise I
It is feared strawberries werosome-
A TALK OX THK FKOSPKl'TS.
State Secretary Miilridc fines
Views of licnulilirnn Chnnce
at the Polls.
Tills writer spent a pleasant hour
yesterday in conversation with
Secretary of State MeBride. Ho re
turned from his long sojourn in
California, a week or two ago, much
improved in health, took his seat in
the state convention which assem
bled in Portland on the 11th Inst.,
and has since returned to Salem.
AVo found this popular state oftlcer
In his chair looking bright and
cheerful, but still badly lamed with
his wounded limb. After somo gen
eral talk, tho chances of
republican success were
discussed. Mr. MeBride fully
recognized the gravity of the situa-
Well untercd and plenty ol timbor. Two
houses and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acre plow land. Fifty
head of rattle with tho plai If wanted, and
horxeHcnouKh to run it. Within tlvomllCH
of depot on thoO. ifcC. R. IC A Imrguln for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
WILLIS k CIUUBERLIN,
Real Estate Agents
Iluy und Mdl farnm und elty proporty.
A tarue nuniberof delnible farm and olty
prox3ty nowotmrlngon rtwonitblo tormn.
" Live and Let Live Faint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
All ordw will rwotve prompt utlunUou.
KxtliruUM on all kind or work In our line
chew-fully clveo. Satls&iotlon KUHrHntw1.
Shop In (jfld Court IIoumi on Court iitrtwt,
Wrltn pollelx of Inhuranen ustilnst fire
ou all eUuM of property In 4lit ntllable
and wwilthy Oouipanleii.
Will netotuite los.ru on real estate or per
wmal aeonrlty on Jons or hart time, and
for lance or smalt mim.
STOVES AND TINWARE !
Roofing &ih1 Spoutiog a fywidly.
-Attbe old cumd ot I!n. Htnme. Com-mereUlMtrret.
Kutul ItuntlliK .ttlstuLn.
Columiiia (S. C), April 10. IJen
Davis, acoloi-ed man, anil two young
men named Perry, went into tlio
woods in Georgetown county,
yesterday, to hunt wild turkeys.
The party separated, and as is custo
mary in this kind of sport, one of
tho Perrys hid himself in the thick
undergrowth und began gobbling
like u, turkey to locate the game.
His imitation was so clever that
Davis, who was also hiding n few
hundred feet away, mistook Perry's
gobbling for that of a genuine bird
and attempted to creep up on him.
Perry mistook tho stealthily ap
proaching darkey for a turkey, and
tiring away at him, the entire load
of shot entered his face ami breast,
killing him instantly.
UiiiuAfio, April 1.1. Times special
from Now Albany, Indiana; A
band of "White Caps" last night
took James Seebors, Robert Uruni
lleld and Mrs. Nancy Wilson from
the woman's house, stripped tlieni
and tied them to a tree. Tho men
were given 125 luslifs each, blood be
ing drawn every stroke. Tho men
fainted several times, but water was
thrown on thorn, and tlioy were re
suscitated, only again to bo lashed.
The woman togged plteously to bo
spared, but was given twenty-five
lushes when she fainted. 'When the
victims wore untied they foil to tho
ground and were left there, talng
taken away by friends.
A Youthful Slurderer.
Kansas City (Mo.), April 18.
what injured by tho frost Sunday tion, but was no way liopeless, of re
publican success, rroiiiuiutm spotlit
ers, he said, were making a special
efl'ort In this state to win converts
to their cause, and this led to a sus
picion in ills mind of tho good faith
of tho leaders of the movement, be
cause ho had several times remarked
that they always arouse themselves
into activity wlienadamagelng blow
can be inllieted on republicanism.
Wjj venture to ask the state secre
tary how, in ills opinion, was tho
best way to deal with this political
Not by abusing these cold water
fanatics, ho said, they are too set in
their belief for that to avail. Person
ally, ho had but little patience with
them, because their secession from
tho republican ranks was utterly
causeless. The party they have de
serted Is In sympathy with their ol
ject, and a slight, disagreement
about methods is no justification for
their going oil".
Wo asked him which party in
Oregon he thought suflercd most by
The republicans, Mr. MeUrlde,
said, in tho proportion of .'1J or per
haps l to one.
Ex-Oov. St. John's visit to this
city was next mentioned, and our
Interlocutor gave full expression;
to ills understanding of that elo
quent apostle's motive. He thinks
self seeking prompts, ills action and
not tho good of the human race, if
the people of Kansas had elected
lilin governor a third time, ho thinks
he would have been content to carry
out his temperance reform within
the lines of his party.
Ht. John's froo trade utterances
Secretary MeHride thinks come with
poor grace from such a speaker. He
lias been many years in public life,
discussing political issues and In
forming himself by reading, inquiry
and rellection as to their merits.
While ho wus In the republican
party he was a strenuous
advocate of protection. Ho took
his stand on that question, and com
mitted himself to that side as fully
as repeated declarations can commit
a speaker. His Hop over at this late
nigni, says en Albany paper.
The Walla Walla Valley Agricul
tural society is a member of tho
National Trotting Association.
The O. & W. T. track litis been
laid two miles out from Wallula to
ward Eureka fiat, and live miles
McMinnville Reperter: Our new
$10,000 public school building will
bo a credit to the county. Yamhill
E. It. Skipworth, democratic
presidential elector, will open the
campaign in Eastern Oregon in a
The Spangle Record says that a
great many immigrants are coming
Into this country. The same paper
also says "Spangle N booming."
Walla Walla Unien: Tho O. k
W. T. track Saturday was com
pleted to Centerville, and the citi
zens of that burg aro highly dated.
Tho public school of MoMinnvIlIe
will close on Friday, tho 20th Inst.,
until the fall term, whin It is ex
pected tho new building will bo
Sunday night a severe frost visited
portions of Yamhill county, and it Is
feared that the small fruits have
been nipped. Ice formed on water
left out of doors.
Sunday night quite a ilea vy shower
ol rain fell in the vicinity of
Pendleton. A Pendleton exchange
says it is hoped It was general all
over Umatilla's vast wheat fields,
Work on the fair ground Is pro
gressing rapidly, says tlio McMinn
ville Reporter. This year will be
tho best in the history of tlio county,
A handsome pavilion Is soon to be
The report of the Walla Walla
public schools for tlio month ending
April 13, makes the following show shew
ing: Total number enrolled, o30;
total average attendance, KI0; total
per cent of tardiness, (12.
The apportionment of school
money for April In Kittitas county
gives that county $4,012. 7,"1 : there
being 1,.W3 school children who
draw $3.41 ouch. Ellensburg has
243 school children and gets $828.03
of tho school funds.
Tile annual meeting of the Idaho
Rible Society will ,bo held at the
Baptist church, in Uolse City, Sat
urday evening, May 6, at 7:30. The
anniversary meeting of tho society
will beheld at the same place on
Sabbath evening, May 0.
In view of the number of business
houses to bo built In Spangle this
spring and tho encouraging outlook
for a good flouring , mill to bo erect
ed in tho near future, tho public
spirited citizens of Spangle have
good reason to;' rejoice, says tho
John Rognrd, 10 years old, pleaded
guilty to-day to murder in tlio first
degree. Ho was sentenced to bo
hanged, liogard held tho hands of
Jamori Woir, at Independence, Mo.,
last Junuury, while Charles K.
Mover struck him on tho head,
killing him. Meyer was tried lust
week, convicted and sentenced to
be hanged. Bogurd la the youngest
person ever sentenced to bo hanged
A meeting was hold at Yukima, a
few days ago by tlio prohibitionists.
A lurgo number of representative
men from different sections of the
country were present. Sjeochos
were mudo by Hon. Oeo. H. Taylor,
John W. Hrlce, Frank T. Parker, P.
J. Flint, Rov. J. T. Esholmun, Rev.
K. W. Dixon, Prof. J. W. Miller, I,.
C. Parrlsh, J. W. Rook ami many
others.' Arrungeinonts were mudo
to hold the territorial convention ut
North Yakima, tho 28d und SMth of
tho present month. St. John will
be Invited to speak twico during tho
day, and at a lime, too, when ho Is
fighting tho republicans, looks more
like factiousness than honest con
viction, and Mr. Meliride could not
give him credit for sincerity.
Ho believed in treating the prohi
bitionists with courtesy and becom
ing rosjtecl, us they hud a perfect
right to follow any political prophet
they mluht set up: but ho would
like the republican press of tho state
to stand firmly by IU principles,
ami use Its best arguments to con
vince the members of that faith that
I l.o abolition of the liquor traffic can
lest he brought about by the use of
Toi'KKA (Kan.), Aprril lO.-Tho-
town of Haxelton, near here, was
(lie scene of uu explosion last night
which seriously injured four persons
and will probably result hi their
death. While George (.'lark, inun
ugerof the Hazeltou creamery, N.
P. Mooro, one of the partners, bis
little son and James Smith, were
standing near tho separator of the
creumory, which wus- running at
tho rate or 40,000 revolutions jwr
hour, It exploded, mangling all of
them In a frlghful manner.
Subwrlta for tho Jouiinai-