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"THE PEOPLE'S PAPER."
SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 185)3.
"TO-DAY'S NEWS TO-DAY."
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Everybody is Advertising Shoes, But at Osburn's
Racket Store They Are
The sales of shoes at this store in the past year have quadrupled, and are continuing on the
261 Commercial Street.
Ofllce 196 Commercial street, In Willamette
hotel building, nearly opposite tbe postoHlce.
Office Hours from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m,
AH order for -water or other bulnes will
receive prompt attention at tbe offloo. Hills
for water are payable tbe 1st or each month.
It Ik desired that as many consumers as
possible pay thtlr bills at the oUlce.
J. iff. WALLACE, President.
J. M. MARTIN, Superintendent.
WILLIAMS & ENGLAND
CAPITAL STOCK, all Subscribed, $200,000
Transact a general banking business
In all Its branches.
GEO. WII.J.IAM8 President
DIRECTOR8: Geo. Williams, Wm.
land, Dr. T, A. Richardson, J. W
Bank In new Ezohange block on Commer
cial street. 8-ia-tf
DO YOUR BANKING BU8INE8S
WITH THE OLD BANK OF LADD
& BUSH, SALEM, OREGON.
Authorized Capital $500,000.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
W. A. CUBICK, Pros. W. W. MAKTIN, Vlco
Pros. J. H. ALBERT, Cashier.
Btate, County and City Warranto bought
at Par. dw
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved Real Estate, In amounts and
time to suit. Ho delay In considering loans.
FEAR & HAMILTON,
Room 12, Bush Bank block. 6 12dw
J. H. HAAS,
215K Commercial St, Silem, Oregon,
(Next door to Klein's.)
Specialty of Spectacles, and repairing Clocks.
WatahM and Jewelry.
A. D. PALMER'S
New M?at Market
IN COTTLE BLOCK.
Tbe best goods, the best service
The Thirteenth Annual Stal
lion Show of Pine Horses
will take place at
Saturday. Marck 25, 1803, at 1 p. m.
.All pvnons from everywhere having aUl
Hops ui please attend.
Farmers, bring: your mares and colts.
Jbli promlsea to b the largest and best Bul
lion Huow yet held.
A number of horses will be offered for tale
and buyers will have fine opportunity to
Itt tbe best.
-By order of the Willamette Valley Hone
Because first-class makes of goods are sold at Lower prices than any-would-be
competitors dare make. We are not closing out or selling
at cost, but people buy our good goods and are more than satisfied.
COME IN ANDSEE OUR BARQAINS.
Yoti CaDDOl Realize
The convenience of a perfect
FLAT OPENING ACCOUNT BOOK,
until you have tried one. It is our desire to persuade ALL
merchants to give our patent back books a trial. You will
use no other. Manufactured by
CAPITAL CITY BINDERY.
Book Binders, Lithographers, Printers and Publishers.
500,000 TREES I
OSWEGO - NURSERIES.
FALL. 1892, SPRING, 1893.
We would call the attention of dealers, and large and small planters, to
our large and vnrlnl assortment of Fruit Trees and Small Fruits, Ornamental,
Shude, Nut and Evergreen trees. Our trees are clean, smooth, and first-class In
eyery resrect. Send for catalogue and price list. Address,
Walling & Jarisch,
SMention this paper. Oswego, Oregon.
White & Tanner's Livery,
(Successors to Ellis A Whitley.)
LWery.hack and feed stable. Afull supply of horses and bugeleson hand. Horses boarded
br day. week or month. Office at stable. Commercial and Trade streets, south
of Willamette hotel.
J. W. THORNBuRG,
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience In the trade
enables me to turn out llrst-class work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to
give estimates. State Insurance block, Cbemeketa street
Proprietor of tho
South Commercial St,, Balem.
AH kinds Fresh, salt and Smoked Meats
Tbe only eenulne Wienerwurst In the city.
NOT IN IT !
The North Nxlem Meat Marhet baa not
lolned tbe combine, but sells first-class metis
from S to lOcents per pound, as It always has.
Pitchford & Long,
at Hunt's old shop,
opposite W. L. Wade's
May be as good as cold, but they have little
Influence. Every lady can be good looking.
It's her duty to be attiactlve. Beauty attract.
LOLA MONTEZ CREME,
makes ladle beauti
ful. I'reeuU wrink
le, withering, dry
Ing.aelnKoftbesktn keeping It In a
sells all ol Mrs Net
tle Harrison's worm
famed toilet article.
Her JIAUt VIGOR
cure all scalp bum-
en. prevrnW hair Cilllag out, keeping It line
ndSlosv. Doyoa want luxuriant growth.
liver. ueadHche, nervous Alua. all reinaJe
UT.ob!e-rll aflectlons of be bladder and kid
neys. Remember the place.
HKOOK ts LEGO, l)ruggtt, Pattoa
uin.ir. 0aleui. Oreeon.
Foraey spfolal or complicated blemish of
th.tueiBA furm. write to iv-. .!.
MAKAIMON. SM Ueary HU, Han Krancueo.
HipwfluoM tutlr pwaaaasflUy rwaoted.
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J. F. WHITE.
I Money to Loan.
Loans will be made on Improved city or
farm property by the
LOMBARD INVESTMENT CO.
For terms, etc, apply to
JOHN A. CARSON.
Attorney at law, over Bush's Bank, Salem, Or.
BIGGEST PURSE YET
Offered for a Gorbett-Mitchell Con
New York, March 17. The Newark
Atletic Club, of Newark, N. J., through
Arthur Lumley, has offered a purso of
$80,000 for tbe Corbett-Mltchell light,
and promised in the event of tbe prin
cipals accepting the club's bid to depos
it tbe amount of money mentioned in a
bank, subject to order of the referee, as
a guarantee of the club's good faith.
He also stated that the officials of the
Newark Athletic Club will agree to post
any reasonable sum of money with a
responsible sportsman, to be divided
between tbe lighters in the event of tbe
club falling to live up to IU contract
with them. The club Is composed of
wealthy busiuess and sportiuR men In
Newark, and has good financial back
ing. Tbe club's opening attraction will
take place on April 10. Tbe contestants
will be Billy Dimmer, of England, and
Danny McBrlde, of New York. They
will struggle for tbe bantam-weight
championship of tbe world, a purse of
$2500 and a stake of $1000 a bide.
Motor Line to Hillsboro.
Hillsboro, Or., March 17. Survey
ors working In the Interests of tbe
Cornell fc Barnes Heights Motor Line
company am setting preliminary stakes
In tho principal streets of Hillsboro for
the proposed Hue to connect this city
with Portland. The figures produced
by them show this city to be a faction
over 14 miles west of Portland. The
citizens are very hopeful that the
motor connection will soon be made,
although retail merchants do not like
tbe idea so well.
THE GREEN FLAG OF ERIN!
in Honor of the Ernor
aldlsle. SAINT PATRICK'S DAY
Generally Observed Throughout
New York, March 17, In honor of
St. Patrick's day tbe green flag of Ire
land was raised over the city ball to
day. The archbishop celebrated high
mass this morning, and this afternoon
Ave thousand men marched in tbe St.
Patrick's day parade, being the largest
number ever seen on a like occasion In
Portland. Or., March 17. St. Pat
rick's day was well observed by the
Irish societies today. Owing to the
rain there was no parade. John M.
Gearin, of Seattle, delivered an oration.
Chicago, March 17. Tho St. Pat
rick's day parade today was one of the
largest in tbe history of tbe city. It
was reviewed at city ball by Mayor
Washburn and the city council. Arch
bishop Feebau celebrated high mass at
the cathedral. Advices to the Associ
ated Press show that tbe day has been
CARTER GETS A HEARING.
His Counsel Have New and Startling
Mt. Vernon, Mo., Marph 17. Spec
ial to tbe Journal. Yesterday after
noon Judge Robluson, ofjlho circuit
court, consented to opejepuajytft,
Vernon on Batura"uy, April 1st, for tbe
purpose of allowing the counsel for O.
R. Carter, now under sentence of death,
an opportunity to make an' application,
and set forth their reasons why a mo
tion for a new trial should be granted.
Attorneys Jos. Freuch, T. F. T. Whit
ney and L. O. Neader, tbe, latter of
Springfield, represent tbe counsel for
the defence, and have left nothing un
done to gain this bearing, and It is tbe
opinion of all that a motion for a new
trial will be entertained by Judge Rob
inson, after hearing the strong facts
and arguments upou which such a plea
And if tbe counsel are successful In
seeming a re-opening of the case, then
there is a strong probability that the
verdict of tbe jury will be an altogether
different one than thai rendered In
18S7, as many new circumstances and
facts connected with the case, have
been brought to light within tbe past
few weeks that will tend to put a dif
ferent light upon Carter's participation
in the crime for which the death pen
alty has been placed upon him. Tbe
strong sympathy awakened in bis be
half has Interested hundreds of
friends In his bohalf, and some very
startling evidence has been brought to
light, but which cannot be made pub
lic just at present.
Aurora, Mo., March 17. Special.
The news that C. R. Carter's attorneys
have succeeded in gaining permission
to make a plea for the reopening of his
cue, was received with the greatest
satisfaction by nearly every person in
WAR ON CLEVELAND.
Congressmen to mako it Hot if Not
New York, March 17. Ex-United
States Treasurer Huston, In speaking
of the currenoy question, said he
thought Cleveland was golug to have a
hot time trying to get congresa to
legislate to suit him, In his endeavor to
have tbe Sherman bill repealed. He
said: "I beleive a majority in congress
is for free silver and If tho president
does not give numbers whutthey desire
In tbe way of patronage, I predict a
regular war on him."
CORBETT HIGH PRICED.
He Will Not right Por Less Than
Ho is Worth.
Indianapolis, March 17. Corbett
was asked today what would be tbe
lowest purse he would light for, ana
said: "We have two oflrrs, one of $75,-
000 and another of $80,000. Either
would be acceptable, but I am not go
ing to light for any small amount.
1 dou't have to come to the terms of
any club, as I have more money than
any of them, and I don't propose to
light for a eenl lees Iban I am worth.
DAILY WEATHER FORECAST.
Portland, March 17. Friday, rain,
cooler. Saturday occasional rain,
slightly warmer. B. B. Paquk,
March 17. The
prodlim-n of J. H. Turner, a real estate
dealer, who came here from Wood
stock. Ontario, eight years ago, claim
In hnvn hnfltl dwindled DV htm OUt of
over four hundred thousand dollars,
and are seeking to regain their money.
It is stated that Turner is dying at his
home in this city.
Oregon at the World's Pair.
Portland, Or. March 17. The
world's fair commission met here Infor
mally todav. All members were
present except one. The session was
devoted to arranging preliminaries in
connection with tho exhibit. The hor
ticultural societies exhib't was ac
cepted. A White Capper's Confession.
English, Ind., March 17. Otto
Faulkenberg, recently convicted of
while capping, has made a confession,
giving the names of the thirteen per
sons who lyuobed John Davidson nt
Doollttle's mills Ave years ago. Ar
rests are expected to follow.
Washington, D. C. March 17. Ex
Representative Rogers of Arkansaw re
fused a tender of the assistant attor
ney geueralshlp for the Interior. He
wants to be solicitor general.
Honored Veteran Dead.
St. Clair, March 17. General Si
mon Brown, who participated in 12 en
gagements during the war of the Re
bellion on the Union side, died here to
day, aged 81 years.
Fatal Land Slide.
St. Paul, March 17. By a dispatch
frOm'Winnipeg it Is reported that a
slide on tbe mountain division of the
Canadian Pacific has carried away the
track and snow sheds. Tho debris
buried twelve men, two of whom have
been taken out dead.
Grand Army Decreasing.
Sprinokield, March 17. The an
nual emcampment of the Illinois
Grand Army bos assembled. Depart
ment Commander Harlan's report
shows for the first time in tho history
of the organization a loss in member
ship. Up to last year tho growth ol
the order exceeded tho deaths. Dur
ing the year the number of raembsrs
decreased from 32,084 to 30,082, but tbe
number of poots Increased from 820 to
080. President Harrison will probably
meet with them. He Is duck shooting
Washington. March 17. H. J.
Schneider was hanged here this morn
ing for the cold blooded murdor of his
wife and her brother.
Tariff Reform Beaten.
Ottawa Ont., March 17. A resolu
tion calling for a reform of the tarlfl
was defeated in tho house, by 0 to 110.
Osweoo, N. Y March 17. The
Klnyon and Jones blocks," four stories
high, was burned hero today. Loss,
G. A. R- Encampment.
Sprinofikld, Ills., March 17. The
encampment of G. A. R. being held
here today, elected Major E, A. Blod
gett, of Chicago, department com
mander. French Statesman Dead.
Paris, March 17, JuIph Francois
Camllle Terry, the celebrated statesman
The German Parliament.
Berlin, March 17. A committee of
the Reichstag rejected tho second read
ing of tbe army bill aud adjourned till
A Great Surgeon.
New York, March 17. Among the
passengers on the steamship Labn,
which arrived from Bremen, Is Pro
fessor Nirchow the eminent surgeon of
Mount Holly. N. J March 17.
Wealey Warner, sentenced to be
hanged March 16 for tho murder of Ills
sweetheart, Utile Peak, has received a
respite ou account of a writ of error.
Montgomery, Ala., March 17. The
resident of Brundidge banged Tom
Brunson, colored, last night for brutally
raping Mrs. Charles Betiu. Auother
aegro rapist was caught and l abo be
lieved o have been lynched,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S Gov't Report
1 x J n3wcii
OCR MINISTERS THREATENED.
American Citizens Exposed
D.P.THOMPSON'S DESPATCHES SUPPRESSED
A Bomb Thrown Into Minister
American Minister's Residence
Rome, March 17. A bomb was ex
ploded In tbe Anclnl Mattel palace,
the otllclal resldonco of United States
Minister Porter, early this morulug.
Fortunately nobody was hurt and but
little damage was done to the building.
No cause is known for tbe deed.
It is believed that the fact of the
place being Inhabited by tho American
minister bad nothing to do with tho
outrage, but that the motive for caus
ing tbe explosion was to gratify a de
sire for vengeance upon tho proprietor
of tbe place.
Turkish Officials Stop Secretary
Thompson's Dispatches to
the U. S.
Boston, March 17. Owing to alleged
outrages by Turkish ofllciAls upon the
rights of Airierican citizens In Turkoy,
a commlttoo from tho American Mis
sionary board has gone to Washington
to lay the facts before the government.
It Is said that Minister Tompson reports
that he has Bent telegrams to the Unit
ed States government and not receiving
any reply, has concluded that thoso
dispatches havo been stopped by tbe
RICHARD CROCKER IN HORSES.
Buys a Half Interest in Bollo Meade
Naohville, Tonn., March 17. Mr,
Richard Crocker has bought an undi
vided half Inlarest In tbe thoroughbred
stock farm Belle Meade. General W.
H. Jackson, tho present proprietor of
Bello Meade, was asked about the mat
ter last night. Ho said, "whllo Iliad
not Intended to say anything orthe
transaction at this time, I will state
that it is truo that I have sold to Mr.
Crocker a half Interest In tho stallions
and brood mares and their product. Tho
yearlings to bosoldlnNewYorkiu June
are not Included in tho sale, but aro my
indlvual property. Mr. Crocker and I
have eutered into a partnership, retain
ing tbe firm name of Belle Meade stud,
having for its object tho breeding aud
annual sale of thoroughbred year
lings, as heretofore conducted at Belle
Meade, of which lam to be general
manager. Mr. Crocker box for some
time had In contemplation tho pur
chase of a farm and tho rearing aud
sale of thoroughbred yearlings, and tho
object of his visit to Kentucky aud
Tennessee was to bh tho two slates
and decide for himself which ho pre
ferred to locate in. He decided that
this section of our state possessed great
er advantages as to soil, climate and
pure water to breed the thoroughbreds
to-the best form and attain the best
irrowth of any country he liai seen.
He preferred to unite with mo In busi
ness, aud from my acquaintance with
him ho Is a most agreeablo gentlemen,
His views on the subject being lit ac
cord with my own, and being desirous
of having such a noted acquisition to
our state I mado a sale to him i re
gard his selection of our state us u very
high compliment aud tho partnership
with him as of great value to the best
Interests of the state."
The cale is regarded by all who have
heard of It as a moat Important one.
The price Is not given, but there Is tbe
beat of authority for saying that the
money considerations was $250,000,
Mr, Crocker has not bought any Interest
In tbe Belle Meade farm, which extends
over 4000 aoree. The Belle Meade stud
lu44 tUeHallJoft Bkwkburu, Iro-
quols, Tremont, Inspector B, imported
Great Tom, imported Loyalist and
THE HAWAIIAN PROBLEM.
Furthor Report of tho Associated
Honolulu, March 9. Referring to
the statement made by Representative
Geary, of California, nt Washington,
February 21, In which ho mentioned
the fact that a new steamer lino was to
be Inaugurated between tho Islands
and Puget Sound, the 'Associated Press
correspondent, In conversation with
George Lycurgus, projector of tho now
lino, and who Is largely interested in
tho exportation of fruit and importa
tions of wines and liquors to tho is
lands, nscertalued that the new line
would bo started as soon as tho Zam
bezi, which Is tho first of the new com
pany's steamers could bo got ready.
The Zambesi went ashore at Yokc
honia last December, aud Is now be
ing repaired there. It is expected
that sbo will be ready In about two
mouths. As to Mr. Geary's object
Ions that tho new line would
Injure the California trade, Lycurgus
said: "We can export more fruit to
Puget Bouud than California is able
to baudlo. California has its own
fresh fruits, and wilfnot pay prices for
tbe islands products which we can se
cure at Portland. From San Francisco
to Portland the steamer rate 1b about
Blxty cents per ono hundred pounds on
nil fruit. The rate Is nbout the same
from tho islands to San Francisco,
whereas wo can ship direct to Portland
for about one-half of what wo pay via
San Francisco, Wo can bring down
coal from the Seattle mines for nbout
five dollars per ton, whllo coal from
Australia costs us five and a half to six
dollars per ton.. We are obliged to go
to tho Northwest forBomo of tho pro
ducts whloh wo need.
TELEGRAM TO CLEVELAND.
Honolulu, March 17. The Haw
aiian Patrlotlo league forwarded by the
steamer Alameda tho following tele
gram to President Cleveland:
"Honolulu, March 8, 1803.
President Cloveland,Wasbiugton, D.C.
Greetings; Tho Huwallan Patri
otic league, a union of nil natlvo asso
ciations, hope for Justlco and that in
vestigation be mado hero before decis
ion as to tho annexation. Signed,
J. A. Cummings,
No Former Offlce-Holdors.
Washington, March 17. Postmas
ter Goueral Blssol stated that when
ever thoro was a contest for any post
office, a person who had hold ofllce un
der Cleveland's former udinlrilBtrarlou
was not to be considered. He further
stated that tho full power of this rule
applied to fourth class postolllccs, and
he, and not the president, was reponsi
blo for it.
Firo at Asotin.
SroiCANE, Wash., March 17. A Re
vlow special from Lewlston, Idaho,
says a fire broko out In the City hotel
ut Asotin. Tho building was frame,
und tho fire spread with great rapidity.
There were teu guests lit it al tho time,
besides tho proprietor's family, and
these wereawakenod to ilud themselves
surrounded by llainoa. Mrs. Myers and
her two little children were taken out
badly scorched. Georico Glbsou, a
prominent shoopmau, leaped from au
upper window uud escaped with minor
Injuries; but Krunk Sherry, a young
man who aroused Gibson hesitated to
malic Hiu leap and was burned to
Charged With Murder.
Oakland, Cul., March 17. Louis
Mutheiiy has been oliurgcd with the
mtirlnrnf Otlloer Cashlu. Mutbetiv U
believed to have been the companion of
Truhlll In tho West Oakland burglary,
which resulted In the death of Truhlll
aud Otllcer Cavhln.
First Oar of Grain.
Tacoma, March 17. The first car
load of grain to come over the Great
Northern Is now in a warehouse here.
It was shipped from Davenport to
Seattle, and transhipped at that point,
by the steamer Clara Brown, to thle