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i Vw J &y(rv ' VyA- 7V OR., FRIDAY, MARCH i2il8S8. roL. i. SALEM, NO. 2. il rif&m ,-?, ITVWii, (ft TAL 'fl!!HHBH8J&fiHB2fflVMBs mi . .1 . PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. HELT. ATTORNEY AT 1-AW nd District Attorney. Ofllco at court LMHEY A BINGHAM. ATTORNEYS I and Counselors at Law. Business in Supremo Court a specialty. naiemun J1ILMON FORD, ATTORNEY ANU (vniniuiAr nt Law. Snlcm. Oregon. 1 Office, up Btnlrs In Pntton's block. GEO. H. HUIWraT.TTOttNKY jsAT Law, Halem, Oregon. Olllce yw-r (jodd & Bush's bank. QHAW A QREGQ, ATTORNEYS AT h Low, Salem, Oregon. Office In Patton 6 block, up stairs over Belt's drug store. T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY. AT O. Law. Offlce over Capitol National Hank. 2t commercial street, tmwui, v. tmK W-M. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Balein, Oregon. Office with TJlmon Ford, In l'atton'B building. Will Practice tn nil the courts of Oregon. Collections made. Land office business a specialty. t X) H.D'AItUY,ATTUHJN.rcX Ami tiUUJ.il r. Beloratiiaw, oaiem, urcsou. uuvuoj ty, including a lot and block Index of Sa lem, he lias special facllltlesffpr oxttmlning. titles toreal estate. ? - SEV ADVERTISEMENTS. SALEM BATHS u niinnwn p,,i.L. Com- St., bet. Ferry and 8tat4.ffl JA s: HAVING, HAIR. CUTJINGf 'AND; u n v nAni n c TinfiT.il (iiinit PUailiJVi'utti vw.rf """"i LADD & BUSH, 'm RANKER .-& Salem, - Oregon rpRANHACTS A GENERAL Jl ousiness in an lis uraounas. WEST BROTHff MEAT MARK . J 300, Commercial St., Salem rYIIOIfiR HTEAKB B nnnnn(ii n4 knHll any part of the city at lowest 'living rates. riwiunci'HJWJia vrairnntrnnnVH. .WP.v-r'tf-" r,.Y.-ro -" " ....,. ' .. CITY MEAT MARKET D. C. Howard, Proprietor. STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON. a-All kinds of fresh nnd cured meatu alwayit on hand. Full weight and a square ; aeai an arouna. The SALEM MARKET 98 COURT STREET. Constantly on hand the best quality of resli and Salt Meats ! And all kinds of SAUSAGE. He CLEANEST kept market In the 1 anu turn lor yourseii, MCCROW 4 WILLARD. JfB-floto Jt'tV I between Court S p on High st, ilom, and get mproved teneeivi.M. uoui 1 r JLDJMRS. Llgbtest Udder mule in Oregon, Kelly,s Old Stand!.! H AVING PURCHASED THE BLACK smith SllOD known nit Kfllv'n tWA land. I will hereafter be nrenared to dn all tlnaaofJ 111 the best stylo known to the trade At 9rt nouce. .rho best of workmen em. Juu'lf W0 Kuaranteed to give lorseshoeing a Specialty! J. J. JARNIGAN. Kelly's Old Stend, Salara, Or. .&. H. W. COX, eonstantly onhaud a wolVijiHted Boericke & Sphreck's - bmeopathic Preparations sraiuaBW0 . & S. PflEPARATinNR J.$!&- Jf.w.oox fPre- -r W. SPRIOGS. ATTORNEY AT LA5V, Ml Salem, Oregon. Offlcojn foninds ? block. Legal business of allfklmuSAlso I kinth llfn and flro llisurunce. 9 J M ! aSu KSHslk' i$EA3B v Laws TVmfiUlN iBn mm ' 'nftfc NBW '1. "11 Ti; ADVERTISED frav -i -trt THlS.'.B Woven Wire Bird I ON THIS COAST I Iif'iManuiaeturedSby JGEO. if PAfeK'Ek 133 Fifth Street, 1'ortland, JOv. For sole by v A. T?, YKAaJON,,.- iixi . . i-ijr--J. iEMJ EGO HASGAI1VIRTU HAS RECEIVED A OF FULL BTClKr A,t h-JUHllncry Establishment, 2 ncrctalBtrcet, Salem. . f 274 Com. STRICKLER BROS. -DEALEttS IN- SIQVES .AND TiNWARE I J I I f Wk ofing aifdlSpouting a Specialty- - A fiS-M the old stand of Ben. Btrang, Com mercial Street. M. M.MEAD, PRACTICAL CUTTER Wt Filing- Saws a Specialty. Itoy Shop on tho alley, opposlt ery Htablo, Salem, Or. lnto'airv-. flViRIETfSTOU ilS'j , . l&Jlinery Goods! f fW'JiHiMrftfiT"-'11'1'' v,,-"i a HjW oixnjiv . . vtifttrtTrmnnTvtnifA itn. nmn.t MUU& "X" i PAPER! i-A FUU. STOCK OF Fancy'Goods, Moldings, Brackets, Picture Frames, Artists' Materials,- Etc., , ALWAYS ON HAND. W. M. SARGEANT, 207 Commercial Streot, Salem, Or. F.J.BABCOCK, Cabinet Maker! -AN UNDERTAKER. FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET, Salem, Oregon. AS-All kinds of Furniture made to order. A full Una of Caskets always on hand. J. J. JENNINGS, 0. DS. Mfe DENTIST. Teeth Extracted Without Pain by a New r roc ws mEETH PILLED WITH THE LATEST J. Improved fllllntjs. Plates made on V-fiP11"' and S' reasonable terms. Gold fillings a specialty. .esAny and all work in the Dental line. Ofllce in Brey man's block over J. M. Rosen berg & Go's. ( ESTABI48UKI! IN 1878. PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR t , AND Fruit Preserving Co. OK . SALEM, - - OREGON. Manufacturers of Cider Jelly, Currant Jcllv. DDle and Pear Butter, Sweel and Champagne Cider, Cider Syrup for Mince Meat, Currant Wine of a Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and German Pickles. PURE CIDER VINEGAR. SAXJER KRAUT A XKATUXK OF 1888. 'fll'M ' 'r WFfWRw6t tory Ofllee, drop ouraejivi ink we m!k CWKUhL &&mm I" NEW AUVTHtTISIOIHNTS. 3EE3S333 MISS JULIA L, BERLIN, (I --rKACItBBilM..) VoicB&iltiirejFianjtt Music Parlers: '" SSffi.ercW Bank Block, - SALEM, -.-- OREGON. E8TABLIKHKU BY NATIONAL A1ITIIOBITV. Mflan t . OF- Capiiatjalp, -,- - S75.D0Q, U. S. WALLACE, ' - I'rasfdent. rm r J. H. ALBERT, DIRECTORS! W.T.Gray, W.W.Martin, J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,'. , , , J. Hi Albert ' 'T. MoF. Klttod. LOANS MDE To JarmerH on wheat and other markets able produce, oonglgncdiJor, In store, cither in prlvata granaries or ft publlo warehouses. ' i Stale and County ajiajs jBongh) at Par. COMMERCJAL PAPER , Discounted at rensoi drawn direct on Ne' Frflnelsoo( rortlanit ; Hong Kopgnnd Calenttft. i , , f 4 tJ1- -J-J : - J-- - , &iicoess9 Uj-ThJj'PortjDrueWt IPO State, Stfee'lAA, Oregon jM&uij?ikj , K w- ii.ii. ismmmwzzL.. rjzi.r.. r. . u,"" wni,jaBj Drugs and Medicines CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES Toilet Articles, - Perfumeries, Druggist Sundries. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes a Specialty. AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED FULL HAVANA FILLER Red Letter 5c. Cigar. ,03-The best five cent cigar In the mar ket. II. "VV. COX. - ' 100 State Street, Salem. Steiner& Blosser -DEALERS m- T0VES, RANGES, Tin and Copper Ware, HOUSE-FINISHING GOODS. 130, Stao Street, SALEM, - - OREGON. aAgents for the Roynton's furnace. A speclaKy made of roonti'g' and spOatltJE, Satisfaction guaranteed ' l B A. K. STRANG, No. 303 Commercial Street, SALEM, - - QRBQON. -DKALan in- STOVESand RANGES riusWog, Gas aad &m Vil'ii Tinware and Artistic Metal Work a Specialty. t for the RICRAttntinti a, CtJMPAWys Furnaws. H& mi n ijiitm iTi i hp. 9mt NatinnfliKankp. jViiAjfeVtvUiHUH 1 1 UJUlUllUljXIUllIt-.1 -7T LATEST DISPATCHES. k The Orown Prindoing Home to Die A NOVKL LYNCHING. ' Jff A Mob Compells alMnrderer to Com mlt Suicide? ') Texas, plarch 2. .BELIjVILLE, Tim Foraythe, soiIj of Bbcrlft Forsythe, of Panola iSouiity, who wns arrested Tuesday as Jbe murderer Cpunty TreaautcrHill on the 0th of February last, was hanged by the cltlzenB of this $ty last night. The mob, which consisted of about forty well known citlcns, took him from .Jail and quietH walked him up ft l4dder preparetf as a gallows jl and after tho rope was placed about his necKMie was told, to jump off, which, he did, breaking his heck. The affair was done very quietly and the citizens all upj roved of the work. Died fromjliijurieii. SAN FpANCisco.,'Cal., March 2. Thomas Gibbs, the aged gentle man who wasTiBsWlted and stabbed in the back by three Chinese high binders yesterdaymorning died this ifmoriung je was oo years oi age and jwned a restaurant. No definite clue has yet been found to llils13murderers although several st on suspicion', , Killed In ailllno. ' BIiinulk Springs. Cal. March 2.-Newfl. haaJieen received here .. ., ,wr . ... jxoar,iVYnb.uayioru, wane worming -.r-vnSrJ. lug in ins mines near weaver creeit on Tuesday was imprisoned by the shaft caving in and when taken out a few hours after was uncocsdous. He died a few hours later from as- phyxia and injuries. Alaskan jflalier's Mooting. San Francisco. At a meeting of Alaskan fishere held last night resolutions were adopted fixing the following rates for the coming sea sea eon: Wages $50 per month, and ten cents additional for each king salmon and half cent for each small salmon caught. Will Take Him Home to Die. SSan Remo, March 2 Arrange ments have been made to take the Crown Prince to Berlin, probably this week, to avoid his death on foreign soil. Delegating Power. Berlin, March 2. The Emperor has signed a decree by which Prince William Is authorized to act for him and to sign his name In case of phy sical incapacity. Weather Indications. San Francisco, March 2. Weather Indications for the next 24 hours for the Pacific Ceast: Local rains with temperature colder. Answers Tnscott's Description. Taylorvillk, 111., March 1. A well dressed.young man, answering tho description of Tascott, the mur derer of millionaire Snell at Chicago, was arrested hero to-night by tho City Marshal, ne gave his name as John Henry, and claims to resldo at Champaign Illinois. Killed by u. Fall, San Francisco, March 1.- Joseph GareJa do Cadiz, aged 84 yeare, formerly professor of iiiatho- ,matlc8, while sitting on n window Mil In his room in this city this afternoon, lost his balance and fell. His brains were (lushed out on tho sidewalk below. Another Unfortunate. Virginia City, March 1.-8. Fraaser, a mt arrival from Bloom- field, Ne a county, California. has been t dawn with waall- pox. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. Spokane Falls, W. T., has passed an antl Chinese ordinance. Tho pupremo court denied tho petition of Sharon heirs for a rehear ing in the case recently decided In a lower court that Sarah Althca Hill, now Mrs. Judge Terry, .was legally married to the late Senator Sharon. Great revival among Methodists in New York results in over 600 conversions. J. N. Dolph chosen member of congression, republican committee. Congressman Hermann presented amemorlal'ofthoboardof trade of Portland asking an increase in United States judges salaries to $5000. A riot of unemployed workmen in Rome. Tho Russian frontier guard in creased by 2000 men. Fourregimenta of infantry, under Gen. Archinikoff, arrived at Kishonoff. The lower house of the Hungarian diet approved the convention delimiting frontier between Hun gary and Roumania. . Mexican minister's home advices deny that Mexican troops have been sent to Guatemala. Tried to Kill His Sister's Alleged Per secutor. SSan Francisco, March 2. Dr James McShafter, .son of Judge James McShafter. married Miss A. Lange, in Germany seven years since, against the' desires of his father. The Judge's family then op poesed the entree of tho son's wife into their family and social circle without avail. In tho latter part of last year Dr. McShafter, presumably under paternal pressure, commenced a suit of divorce upon the grounds that his wife was not true to her marital vows. Carl Lange, a sailor brother of tho persecuted woman, came to this city to champion his sister's cause. Divining that tho elder McShafter was at tho bottom of tho divorce proceedings, ho sought to stop them by threatening tho magistrate's life. Notbelngsucccss- ful in his threats, ho to-day attempt ed McShaftcr's life by tiring two shots at him in tho crowded now city hall. Neither shot took effect, and Lang now finds himself In the tanks, 'charged with assault to murder. -- A DESriSKATK 1IATTLK. A School How Rexults In Two Deaths tiud Hei eral Wounds, Aberdeen, Miss., March 2. A tragedy occurred ut Rome, this State, yesterday. Arthur Doveu port, a teacher of tho public schools at Rome, expelled one or two pupils recently. Friends of tho teacher on one hand, and those of tho expelled pupils on the other, met at the school house. A row ensued, and James Bailey, Jr., fired six charges from his pistol, instantly killing It. A. Rutlege, and fatally wounding his son Edward. Benjamin Fish and Bailey's son received slight wounds, Bailey wns shot Inside and received a cut In the back. I'ltOHl fONVlS.NTION. 8AM5JI, Keb. , 1888, In accordance with tho order of the Marlon Co. Con tin! Committee of tho pro hibition parly, the County Convention of said party of Marlon oounty will bo hold in tho city of Salem on Friday, Alarch 10, at 11 o'clock a. m. for tho purpose of noml nutlng candidates for county officers, nnd choosing IS delegates to the Prohibition Htate Convention to bo hold In Portland, March 28, 1888. TJio basis of represunuit Ion for the several precincts of tho county In said county convention Is fixed as tbllew: One delegate ut largo to each precinct and one additional for each ton vouw cam for legislative ticket In the j oar of 168(1. Namely; , . Bulcin prwinet . .1 Kant fiiilum- .. 7 North Salem , 6 South Balum 6 Jeireiwm a Marlon S Mehamu a fitayton Ji Sublimity J Lincoln Jt Turner HowmlU'rairlo,-. .Jj Bllveifon -8 fjaraeld L3 Ablqua .3 Lnbtali.-. ,, GorvulH 5 WixKiuurn.. .1 Jubunrd, Ji Aurom I Ruttevllle I Ouumweg i SMhiill --1 VnlrUM 1 O. Y. Dikiok. K, L. Hiiihaiiw. Gjwlrma.". tKW aretary. NABKIAUII MGEhSW), In the month of Kebmary mnrrl -it srriage it. whw to the following parties were mcmkI by County Glwk CbapmnJlK Prank w . AyreM ..,Jilftnah iftinri. i Lentz Joteoli Stephen , NUnny Martlii Lawrenee Mary B Qee. E. Ftatman -Anna HeMn Orchard .Aggie HHU ton. fl! Tariff Tinkers Propose to take- the Tariff off of Wool. TAIUVf TESlUntlNG. A Movement to Take Wool. Duty Off or Washington, D. C, March. 1. The tariff bill submitted by the ways and means committee of the house proposes to fix the duty on pig iron at $0 per ton. The duty on this is now $0.72 per ton. It prop6ses to fix tho duty on iron ore and steel railway bars weighing more then twenty fivo pounds to the yard and slabs of billets of steel, at $11 per ton. On iron ore and steel rails weigh ing not more than twenty-five pounds to the yard, $14 per ton. On iron ore and steel fiat mils punched, $15 per ton. WOOL DUTY FRIX. The bill provides for the admit ting, duty free, after July 1st, of all weols, hair of goats and other liko anlmals, wools on the skin, woolen rags, hoddy mingo, waste and flock. MANUKACTUHIiD WOOLKNS. After October 1st, 1888, it provides, among other tilings, for a 40-percent, duty on woolen and worsted cloth, shawls, and all manufactures of wool not specifically enumerated,, and on flanuels, blankets, knit goods, and women's and children's dress gqpds composed in part of wool. Thlais a reduction on manufactured articles. Tho duty now on all manufactured woolen not otherwise specified is -08.52 per cent (ad valorem), and on women's and children's clothing composed hv whole or in part of wool, 72.09 por cent.; on blankets tho jircsont duty is 7r.5: ' , WM. It. MORRISON. Will Run if Nominated for Presidency. tlio Vloe- Chicaoo, March 1. Wm. It. Morrison, writes to a well known democratic politician of this city, in answer to a direct question put to tho former as to whether he wanted tho Vice-Presidency. Ho answered that he considered that the wishes of Indiana should be first regarded in the matter. If that state presents an acceptable candidate in an earnest way, its wishes should not bo disregarded. If tho positiongocs to some man out side of that stMe, Mr. Morrison says that he may be considered in the race in the fullest sense of tho term. It is an open secret that Mr. Mor rison Is tired of his present placek and he is not at all ambitious to go back to congress, His friends are confident that Cleveland will be well satisfied with him as a running mate. . -.. , , lllfr l'lre in u California Tom n. Jackson, Cal., March 1. The principal business portion of the town of Sutton Creak was destroyed by fire tills afternoon. It started In Corbett's hotel, on tho east side of Main street, and burned all tho business places on thut sldo of the street, crossing to tho west side ut Werner's butcher shop and swept tho entire bjock. Over twenty bus iness houses were destroyed with nearly all tho contents. Tho post otllco and Btoro tiro u total Iqsh. will reach over 1(Vj;0U Tho fire Is still burning, but Is under control. limn; After Flvu Kepi into. HunsoN, N. Y., March 1. Oscar J. Boukwltii, was hanged at the court house at nine mlnutou past 10 o'clock this morning, for thomurdor of Simon Vuiidercools ut Austurllte on tho 11th of January, 1888. The duto of his execution had been Ibywl fivo times boforoj but hart boon post poned by legal proceedings and uxucntlvo clumouoy. Held to Autwer. Han Fraxciscq, March 1. -Th preliminary oxtunluatlon of David Malioney, charged with tho murder of John H. Lamson, of this oity, was hqld before the superior ouurt to-day. The defense present ing uo evidence, Mabouey was held to anewer before the ituperlor eourt. Vffl ' ;t ' a i j r4 M fff t teiM WMfri r .