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SAUElTsa., OK., TUESDAY
', MAY 1, 1SSS. Tvjn ro
GEO. AV. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
nnd District Attorney. Olllce nt court
RAMSEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
nnd Counselors nt Law. Business In
tlje Supremo Court n, specialty. Salem, Or.
FOUD, ATTORNEY AND
I Counselor nt Lnw, Salem, Oregon.
Office, up stairs in Pntton's block,
HAW & GREGG, ATTOKNEYS AT
Law, sniem, unwra.uuiwi m hj o
bck, up stairs over Holts arug store.
Ci T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
O Law. Office over Capitol National
Bank, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
JW. BHUUua,AiiuiuJn iv "-"i
Salem. Oregon. Office in England's
block. Legnl business ot nil Kinas,
both llfo and tiro insurance.
:,...., --o - .. . . -
WJI. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Salem, Oregon. Office with Tllmon
Ford, in ration's building. Will practice
in all the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land office business a specialty.
PH. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND Coun
selor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
.. :u.orit r,r fhn mcnrcls of Marlon coun
ty, including a lot and block index of Sa
lem, he has special facilities for examining
tines xo ruui wuu
CAPITAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. 0. O.
I , iiipntGvorv Saturday evening, in their
hnll, second door north of Post Office. G
Jso. KNIGHT. Sec. II. S. Joky, W. C. T.
(t oillco with Geo. W. Johnson, 135 Com-
- . . i A 11 I.Ih.Ic nrtrnnil fill' Cftln
. i-? t wrTVTTTTT?
Sawed to any length desired,
naisireui. jui luuuau. '"y " ..
accompany nil orders
A go lwm frame Hone Power. Good
ir nu wwm, from ono to full capacity. All
mi-tiin lnwnrleoof SflO. call at
Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving Com
pnny's olllee. saioni, uregon.
BENSON'S EXPRESS. '
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
cry Stable, corner of Stnto and Front
btrects, or on slnto nt corner Stato nnd Com
inercinl streets. Trompt attention and
care guaranteed. w A. BESB0X.
SALEIVE 13 ATMS.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
suampoomg ncniiy uone.
.300, Commercial St.,Salcui.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of tho city at lowest living rates.
Please give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C. Howard, Proprietor,
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
S-A11 kinds of fresh nnd cured moats
alwnys on hand. Full weight and asquaro
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
OS COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
Hi and Salt. Meats !
And all kinds of
S A.US AGE.
S-Tho CLEANEST kept market in tho
-city. Call and see for yourself.
McCROW & WILLARD.
H. W. COX,
Has constantly on hand a well selected
Boericke & Schreck's
A NEATLY PRINTED GUIDE TO BE
HAD UPON APPLICATION.
Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Are the Purest and Hetrt. II. W. COX
if the only authorized agent.
J8S-Call for the H. & S. Ilomeopatulo Pre
parationg and accept no other.
Hill I II' i.
NlLLia tt UlAil
Real Estate Agents
Huy and sell Btrnw an
V lanrw numliarof daglmu
tnd aJtv ihdi
A la we number ot dtrimUa Atrnu nnd el
properly now oMrtn on rwurfmabi termt.
Write itoUekw of Irammne iiflnt fln
tu au einWw of property In eW&t rallabte
and wealthy Oompautas.
Will negotiate loan Mt real eeUMe or per
iial Mmirlly cm tone or bort time, and
ur lame or eiuall aunt.
Salem Co-Opcrativo Association
P. of H.
AIL KINDS OK
126 State St.,
1VI. M. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shonontho nllev. ormoslte Mlntn's T.lv.
cry Stable, Salem, Or.
FAKRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
An kinds of Furniture mado to order,
A full lino of Caskets always on hand.
Just Arrived !
THE FINEST LINE OF
Aliilinery and Fancy Goods
EVER IN SALEM.
Full lino of Centemerl Kid Gloves just
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prune,
Imported German Prunss,
301, Ooiiimeretal Street
FOR SALEjor RENT !
Well watered and plenty ot Umber. Two
bOtfeM and two hwrnfc Oood owbant
Meadow and 1M plow land. PIRy
pad at eatUe with the ! & wiied. 2
Koweaenoufbtornult. Within flnnlta
irfdwxKontUeO.iC. R.R. A bargain tor
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
ties m Fruits
Scientist, anthropoloRlst, physician and
surgeon, will open mi elllco in tho New
Rank Block, outlay 1st, ft)r tho treatment
of all diseases of womwi, nnd all other
chronic cases, on strlctly'liyclcnlcnnd nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
clectro-mnguetlsm ued. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 17(i, Snlem, Oregon.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY.
lllutillillal iidllUllcu Dcul
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capilal Paid up, .... $75,000
Surplus, -..-..- 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vicc-lV(fildent.
J. II. ALRERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Jlnrtln,
J. M. Jlartln, It. S. Wallace.
, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. l'ntton.
To fnrmors on wheat and other marltct-
auie procmee, consigned or In htore,
either In private granaries or
Stole and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable niton,
drawn direct on .Now York. Cli
I men. R
b mnclsco, Portland, London, Pari, llerlin,
HUU JVUUK 1IIIU VUIUUUH,
H. W. COX,
(SuceoBfsor to The Port DruglCo.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
Drugs and Mm
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
llceipcs a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
.Tho host flvo tent cigar in tho mar
ket. II. W. COX.
100 Stato Street, Salem.
A. EX STRANG,
No. im Commercial Htrcet,
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Sfcam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
A3-Agent for the RICHARDSON &
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnace. K
tabllshcd In 1811).
" Live and Let Live Faint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
All order will receive proiniit attention.
rWliiwtw on all klndvofworSc In our Hue
dieerrimyiilven. BUfeiUou guaranteed.
Slop In Old Court How) ou Ouurt irtreet,
STOVES AND TINWARE!
Unfits aar'SpfiBg a Sptwlty.
9-At the old Mend ot Ben. tMrang. Com
of What Hid
CRAZED WITH DKINK.
Inebriate Assaults his Daughter
anil Murders his Wife who
Chicago, April 30. While de
fending tho honor of her 13-year-old
stepdaughter against tho ilendish-
ness of her unnatural father, Mrs.
Muehlberg was struck down with
murderous intent by her husband,
at a late hour last night, and is now
Muehlberg returned to his homo
on Law avenue in an intoxicated
condition. He went directly to tho
room where Ids three children lay
bleeping and attempted an assault
on his daughter Eleanor. Tho
child screamed for aid, and Muehl
burg's wife rushed in from the next
room. The brute was beating the
child about the head to silence
her cries, and when his wife en
deavored to stop him ho turned
and dealt her two blows,
which cut her scalp and her face.
She made several at tempts to get to
the door to call for aid, but was pre
vented by her husband beating her.
In tho meantime nil three of the
children escaped from bed and en
deavored to stay their cruel father's
wrath. Mrs. Muehlberg at last suc
ceeded in reaching tho steps, where
she managed with superhuman
strength to cry for help. Muehlberg
then shook tho children from him
and took n small crowbar from
a. trml ellnct niwlstrilolf ht! WOi"'
over tho head, cnishingin her skull.
For tho llrst time ho seemed to re
alize what ho had done. Ho en
treated tho children not totoll who
did the deed, and then taking some
monpy, lie iled.
Tho police have as yet been un
able to find tho niurdeior.
A SorWt'o reunion Hill.
Washinoton, April ,10. Rcprc
fecnativo I3iUTowHofMldiIgu.il to-iliiy
introduced in tho hou&o u bill au
thorizing the secretary of tho inter
ior to placo on tho pension rolls upon
application, the names of surviving
honorably discharged soldiers and
sailors who served at least ninety
days in the late war, tho rate of pen
sion to be 1 gent per month for each
day's actual service. Provision Is
made in the bill for the employ
ment of a largo number of addition
al clerks in tho pension bureau and
tho olllce of tho adjutant-general,
for bringing up tho rolls.
A Iliotoim .111)1).
Santiago di Ciiii.i, April W).
Yesterday afternoon a mob composed
of tho worst elements of the popu
lace gathered to destroy the cars of
the tram company, because
the company had not acceded
to it demand for a reduction of its
rates of fare. More than thirty of
tho company's cars woro burned,
the police and military captured the
leaders. Tho tram company loses
$100,000 in cars alone.
I'ollceiiuin Turned lur;liir.
Nhw York, April 0. Policeman
Chas. lllckard was detected In tho
act of burglarizing an auction storo
on his post early to-day. Ho was
arrusted and dismissed from tho
forco and a few hours later was In
dicted by tho Grand Jury; still later
ho was arraigned In court, plwadud
guilty and sentenced to ten your in
tlia statu nrlBon. All was done
within ton hours nfter committing
An Old Hutu.
1'hmiuk, April K0. To-day in it
munagorio hero, where it crowd of
1500 persons useemblod, a piokHckot
ruiwd tho cry of lire, which caused
a fittunpedu for the doors. During
tho frantio oll'orUt of the crowd to
esepo six persons were trampled to
doHth, and many others were seri
Mliu Carrie Smith who lnw been
eiiKftgwl lu setting tyjioiu thU oHlee
left for Arlington this morning on a
visit to her sifter.
Tn Dea Moines, Iowa, yesterday,
tho Daily Leader and Homestead,
tho latter a weekly agricultural
paper, burned together withAVoare's
theater building adjoining. . Losses
aggregate $45,000, insurance half.
Clara Louise Kellogg has been 111
for about a month, with whooping
cough, which lias caused her to
abandon her concert tour planned
for this spring. The cough is severe
and extremely troublesome.
Carl Sehurz, who is in Berlin, has
been invited' to an interview with
llisniarek. A few yearsslnce, hod ho
been caught In his fatherland, our
ex-cabinet ofllcer would have inter
viewed the jailer.
Ignatius Donnelly's, Shaksperiau
cypher story has been indorsed as
sound by George Parker Cidder,
queen's counsel, ono of the most
eminent of English matheniat iclans.
A rresbytorian preacher in White
Plains, New York, named Edgar
L. Hermance, shot himself in his
pulpit yesterday. He had asked an
increase of salary which was refused.
Ex-Senator O rover, of Portland,
is in New York, after a thrco
months' trip abroad. Ho declares
himself a strong Cleveland man, and
predicts his re-election.
Abmni P. Hewitt, mayor of New
York, is named as a candidate for
tho presidency. His father-in-law,
Peter Cooper, tried his hand, but
Abmm Is still hopeful.
In Sioux City sleighing Is tho
sensation. Three inches of snow
and the temperature below freezing
point welcome In tho genial May.
Emperor Frederic passed u quiet
night last night. Ills fever has
almost entirely subsided. His
general condition is unchanged.
Minister Pendleton is still sufi'or-
stroke. Ho is able to ride out, but
not to attend to business.
h Consuniitlon InniraMf?
Read tho follewing: Mr. ( II.
Morris, Newark, Ark., sayH: "Was
down with abscess of lungs, and
friends and physicians pronounced
mo an incurable consumptive. Ue
gan uiking Dr. King's New Discov
ery for consumption, am now on my
third bottle, and able to oversee- tho
work of my farm. It is tho finest
mediclno ever made."
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio
says: "J lad ill not neon lor in:
King's new discovery for consumpt
ion I would have died of lung troub
les. Was given up by doctors. Am
now In tho best of health." Try it.
Sample bottles free at IT. V. Cox's
ItcvcrendsJ. Ilenn, J. J. Miller,
O. Gearhart, J. II. Pepport, and II.
Klenisorgc, all members of the
Uvangolical conference of Iowa, are
in tho city. They are making an ex
tended visit to Oregon, and aro look
ing about for locations for themselves
and for others. It Is likely they will
make some Investments in Salem.
They will have a good deal to say
regarding our stato on their return
to the cast.
Tho only guaranteed euro for
catarrh, cold lu tho head, hay fever,
roao cold, catarrhal deafness anil
sore eyes. Restores tho sonso of taste
and unpleasant breath, resulting
from catarrh. Easy and pleasant to
use. yollow directions anil a cure Is
warranted, by all druggiits. Send
for Qlruulur to Ablotlne Medical
ConiMiiiy, Orovlllo, Cal. Six
months' treatment for II; wnt by
mall, $1.10. For sale by I). W.
Catterliu & Hicks have scoured
tlie service of Mr. Kellx Home, tho
well known and iMipular artist of
Chicago, who will be with Jhom for
a few weeks, lie beats the world ou
baby pictures, and is the finest artist
ever in Salem. Call and Me some
of his pictures now ou exhibition at
II. W. JatuMxtn & l'.
Gentlemen detrirtuy clothing, fur
nklilng HMli, list, etc., will do
well toiiutHM)t our new and enlarg
ed stock. We promise you entire
oitEiiov 'ali'Ixk crxn.
PoiiTi.AM), Or., April 25th lSS.
El). C.U'IT.VI, .lOUHNAL. It is
our pleasant duty to call your atten
tion tojtho organization of tho Ore
gon Alpine Club, an institution
which In course of time, if it receives
tho support ot the citizens of our
beautiful state who have at heart
the welfare ofJOregon, will provo of
the greatest benefit not only to our
beloved state, butllndircctly to tho
country at large.
Tho purposes of this club aro so
manifold and extensive that tho
limited space of this communication
forbids an enumeration ; but wo
would simply stato that tho club, if
properly aided, will becomo ono of
the most powerful mediums In mak
ing Oregon known to tho world anil
elevate it to its rightful place among
other countries. Oregon not only
equals In its natural resources any
other state in tho union, but poscsses
In its grand scenery, second to none
in tho world, a source of wealth un
known abroad and nlmostj.cntlrely
unappreciated at home.
Tho Oregon Alpine Club compre
hends as an essential organic ele
ment it competent stall' of savants
capable of Investigating, discussing
and making known tho abundance
and variety of Oregon's fauna, llora,
mineral wealt h, salubrity of climate,
mineral waters, etc., thus calling the
attention of tho scientific world to a
field rich beyond description. By
such intelligent publication another
important aim is to attract to this
country the attention of tho rapidly
increasing number of tourists who
t ravel for pleasure and recreation, as
well as tho-o who travel for scien
tific purposes and In quest of relia
ble Information. If you will con
sider, as proved by statistics, tlutt
thousands of tho Inhabitants of
Switzerland live on the proceeds Of
luiu'tut i.'.nuii. i.i..iv. itonrlv throws
millions into tho lap of the Swiss,
and that our Oregon and in fact
tliu whole northwest In regard to
scenory, stands second to no coun
try in the world, you wlllj begin to
undcrstand how Important it is, for
every citizen of Oregon, that ade
quate support should bo given to
Tho club Is not a money making
Institution ; its aims are loftier, and
tho insignificant sacrifice it requires
of its members (ono dollar entrance
fee ami fifty cents monthly dues)
puts membership within reach of
every one who desires to promote
the interests of our state.
Wc cordially Invito you to join
our ranks, feeling convinced that.
you will gladly embrace an oppor
tunity to assist lu a work of so great
Please address tho corresponding
secretary of our club ; a hearty wel
come is assured you. Respectfully
P. C. Scuvuni,
AV. A. Wwr-M'.ux,,
V. G. Stkih.,
Gi:o. II. Homiw,
Commltto on Membership.
Jordan, Hound Over.
Uob Jordan was bound over yosr
terday In thosuniof 300 to await
tho action of tho grand Jury. Pierco
Mays, his attorney, returned homo
this morning, and said ho did not
know whether Jordan would bo able
to L'lvo bonds or not. or at least for
two or three weeks, until his people
who live In Eastern Oregon aro com
municated with. There Is a warrant
In the hands of Shorlfl'Mlnto await
ing Hob Jordan's return to liberty,
from tho shorlil of Gilliam county.
Jordan is wanted there for stealing
a saddle. Ho Is evidently finding
"Jordan a hard road to travel" and
prolmbly wishes ho hud wane other
name. Under these circumstance
Ionian will hardly give bonds for
his appearance but will likely stay
An Indian pupil In the Clieniawti
school, named Susie Hart, aged IS
years, died yesterday of consump
tion. She Iralouued to the Puyallup
tribe, and had been an Inmate of
tho school two yours. Tho funeral
will take place to-morrow.
Kuckleu'a Aiulra Salve.
The best wive lu the world for
cuts, brulees, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sorts, tetter, chapped hand,
chilblains, corns, and all skin crui
tlouu, and osltlvely cures piles, or
no imy required. It Is guaranteed
to give arfttct satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 26 cents per box.
For sale by Dr. II. Y. Cox.