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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1SSS.
1K0. W. BELT, ATTOItNBY AT LAW
r and District Attorney. Offlco at court
fTAM8EY ft BINGHAM, ATTOKNKXS
tv and Counselors at Law. Business In
the Supremo Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
XMON FORD. ATTORNEY AND,
nmiriKnlnr at Law. Snlcni. Oregon.
Offloe, up stalra in Patton's block.
BURNETT, ATTORNEY AT
Salem. Orceon. Offlco over
VX Law, Salem, Oregon.
f I -add ft Bush's bank.
jrjHAW ft GREGG, ATXuitjsyH ax
f O Law, Salem, Oregon. Offlco in Patton's
block, up stairs overUelt's drug store.
T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
Law. OiHcc over Capitol National
,nk, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
JV. SPKIGGS, AXIVKWJSX AJ- mivi
. Salem, Oregon. Ottlce in England's
i block. Legal business of all kinds. Also
both life and flro insurance.
WM. KAISER, ATTOBNEY AT LAW,
Salem, Oregon. Offlco with Tilmon
Ford, in Patton's building. Will practlco
in all tho courts or Oregon, coueciions
made. Land ofllce business a specialty.
PH. D'AKOY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
. sclor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
an abstract of tho records of Marion coun
ty. Including a lot and block index of Sa
lem, ho has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet, Kerry and State
HAVING, HAIR CUTTING ,AND
Bnainpooing ncuuy uuuu.
LADD & BUSH,
Salem, - Oregon.
fttRANSAOTS A GENEKA&.rB&NKrN
JL business in all its branches. '
200, Commercial St:, Silera.
riaOICB STEAKS & OTTEIt,MEAT8
constantly on hand.
constantly on nana, k,
and delivered to
any port of the city at lowc
i-iea&o give us your pacronao;tw"p'!wi
',. , .,, . -
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STKEET, - BALKM, OREGON.
3A11 kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and a square
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
08 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Mi and Si Meafe !
And all kindsof
rTho CLEANEST kept market inithe
Ity. Coll and see tor yourself,
McCIlOW & "WTLLARD.
9Go to J. O'Donald's shop on High st,
between Court find State Uftlem. und W
! 1QA Of J. fVf TVtllttiDr'a rMtlnf.fmnmnnJ
-- wwwa nuiriuilU VU
Lightest Ladder mmie.'ln Oregon,
Kelly.s Old Stand ! 1
SAVING PUIICHABED THE BL.VOK
smltfa shop knofcn iw Kelly's Old
. . . w, I will liorcafter bo Drenarcd to do nil
la the best stylo known to the trade at
short notice. The ibejt of workmfrn em.
pwyod, and all vwk jnaranteed to give
Horseshoeing, a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kjls 01Jtend, Salem, Or.
H. W. GOX,
Haa constantly on Hand a well selected
QUIDS TO Bii
The 8. k S.
& Iml ir. w. nmr
Woven Wire Bed
ON THIS COAST I
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
133 Fifth Street, Portland, Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON,
HAS RECEIVED A FULL STOCK -
Fine Millinery Goods!
At his Millinery Establishment, 271 Com
mercial Street, Salem.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofing and Spooling a Specially.
. 3-At tho old stand of Ben. Strang, Com
M. M. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
THE MIETY STORE !
VlUST RECEIVED.A NEW STOCK
I OK NEW STYLES IN
A rULIj STOCK OV
Brackets, Picture Frames,
Artists' Materials, Etc.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. M. SARGEANT,
207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
FARRAR'8 BLOCK, STATE STREET,
3rAU kinds of Furniture made to order.
a ruu una or ixuuceu always on hand.
J. J. JENMNGS, 0. DS.
Teeth Extracted Wltksnt PIa by New Prwses
mEETII FILLED WITH THE LATEST
I Improyed HlUngg. Plates mado on
"""", uouoe, ana at. reasonaolo terms.
uouoe, ana at, reasonahlo terms,
fillings a spocinlty.
Any and all wort In the Dental line.
'.'. Breymun' block over J. M. Rosen-
berg & Co'a.
Established in 1879.
PACIFIC CIDJSR, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
SALEM, - - OREGON,'
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly. Anile and Pear
M(err Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrup for Mince Meat, Corrant Wiaa of a
Ssperkr Quality, Toiato Catsup, Plain aod
PURE CIDER VINEGAR,
A FKATORE OF 1W&.
JtaFW HtTMl ridfir. laavo nnicn ai. IFila.
toy JjjSSl 2 FoBi, or m driver of
W teMRMSEllkttM (lib 2.cAilmi ilunl.
Joba tti&we toaawf te ouaMusHMW r
W of U daa. All ordert trempUy
j Htmiaai' irwiinuT-
MISS JULIA L. CHAMBERLIN,
Voico Culture, Piano & Harmony
Music Parlers: '"8srtal
SALEM, - - - - OREGON.
ESTABLISHED BY HATIONArx AUTHORITY.
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, - - - - $75,000
Surplus, - -- - - 9,500
R. 8. WALLACE, - - President.
, - Vice-President.
J. H. ALBERT, Cashier.
W.T.Gray, W.W. Martin,
J. M. .Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other marhct-
able produce, consigned or In store.
e produce, consigned or In su
either in private granaries or
Stale ad County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rntAg. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
Jrl. W. COX,
(Successor to The I'orrug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
MEMICALS & PATBNT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
pes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
, 4fiT-The beat flvc cent cigar In tho mar
ket. XT tsr rvw
WO SUto Street, Safcm.
Tin and (topper Ware,
130, State Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
rAjwnta for the Boyntoa's furnace. A
specialty mado of roofing and spouting.
A. X STRANG,
Na S03 pommwolal 8lreet,
SALBM, - - OREGON.
V-' DKALKR IK
PliBfrieg, 0ag aid 8km Fitting
Tinwire wd Artktic Metal Work
Investigation of the Opium
Are Throim out of Employment on ac
count of tho Strike.
BcRAttroN, Pn,, Nearly bIx thous
and mqpihavo been thrown out of
employment by tho Delaware and
Hudson Canal company, which
discharges all tho miners in their
employ Uiat came from the Lehigh
reigon after the strike there. It is
said that Powderly will denounce
the company's action.
A Brakesman Killed.
Noa Aiffie, March 3. George Park
er, a brakeman on tho New Mexico
and Arizona railroad, was instantly
killed athe company's yard at Ber
son, ho was uncoupling cars from the
engine when he made a misstep and
fell on the track and the engine pass
ed over BJm severing his head from
his bodyji Ho was only 10 years
The Jealous Paramour.
OmatJL Nlflri, March 3. Mrs.
Helen Howard was shot and instant
ly killed last night by Frank Ryan.
Ryan had been boarding with Mr.
and -Mri$ Howard and had been
criminally intimate with the latter.
He wasjarrested late last night.
He claims the shooting was acciden-
Tho Oploin Bins
San Francisco, March 3. The
Examiner this morning has six
columns of details of the examina
tion by the special commission into
the charges against custom officers,
charged with being connected with
the opium ring at Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle, Victoria. The Examiner
states that the headquarters of the
riug are at Victoria and all its agents
hold government positions. There
are several at Seattle and Port Town
send. Collector Abrham, of Portland,
credited with stating to commis
sioners that was satisfied that both
Tacpma and Seattle were used by
smugglers in getting goods into this
country duty free as they offer un
rivalled facilities for the entrance of
schooners and small craft. Grave
suspicions are attached to a banker
at Port Townsend who is said to
bo engaged In smuggling pn a largo
scale and only uses his bank as a
.Wary "Wont Marry.
LondoV, March 8. Mary Ander
son denies tho announcement -that
she has married a Londoner or that
she intends to.
First Chinese l'ensioser.
WASiriNaTON,-Morch 8. A pen
sion has been granted to Ah Pen, a
Chinaman in San Francisco, who
served In the' U. 8, navy. This is
the first pension ever granted to a
A Wild Train.
Tuscon, Arizona, March 3.
James Redmond, an engineer, was
thrown from tho top of a wild
freight train going down Dragoon
grade yesterday. The train broke
In two and the ulr brakes refused to
work, Retfrnqiid was setting on the
brakes, when ho fell. The train was
saved but lie will probably die.
ptrlbiatf Krakemaa I8UU Out.
AiiByQOBiiqg, N. M., March 3.
The striking bmkaqien on tho At
lau(Io & Paifle road are still out.
Tb eoHMwuiy 1b trying to iU their
pteeo vHtk raw we, but wlthou
DID NOT MOUKN LONG
TUourIi One Lover "Was In the Oravo
and Another in the Fen.
Atlanta, Go., March 2. Joo
White was to-day taken to tho peni
tentiary to servo a life sentence for
the murder of Charlie Phillips, of
Campbell county, on the 2d of July
last. There was a woman in tho
case. Joo White loved Lucy
Chandler, who was also a favorite
with Charlie Phillips. As the Fourth
of July festivities were approaching
in Palmetto, tho two suitors re
paired to Lucy's house on the even
ing of tho 2d, when they were
chagrined each at meeting tho
other, and as White was obstinate
and unwilling to yield, hard words
grew out of hard feelings and hard
blows followed, ending in Joo talcing
down a gun and shooting Phillips
so that he died. The woman, Lucy
Chandler, over whom tho murder
took place, removed immediately
after the murder, and although one
of tho ardent lovers was in a felon's
cell and the other in his grave, Lucy
did not mourn long, but set her cap
for new catches, and in November
last was married. '
Joo White, as ho was behind tho
bars in his cell this morning, learned
for the first time of the marriage of
tho woman for whom ho had won a
hard destiny even before his fato was
Killed Over a Game of Cards.
Socoimo, N. M., March 2. Intel
ligence of a stabbing affray which
occurred at White Oaks, Lincoln
county, a few days ago, in which a
man by the name of Foloy lost his
life, was to-day brought to this city.
The particulars were as follews:
Foley, who was a stranger in the
town, had stopped at the cabin of
Jim Curry to spend the night. After
supper tho two men sat down to a
game of cards, during which an
"altercation arose, and Curry, grasp
ing a large knife that laid upon tho
table completely disemboweled hi3
adversary. He Is under arrest. This
is tho Bame Curry who, several years
ago, gained so much notoriety in
Texas and barely escaped being
lynched at the hands of a mob for
tho brutal murder of an actor earned
Wtere Divine Services will be held To
morrow -General News anil Notes.
Baitissi. The ordinance of im
mersion will bo administered to
morrow night, at the Christian
church, during the service.
Prepakatouy Seiwice. There
will be service preparatory to com
munion at 3:30 p. m. to-day, in the
lecture room, at the First Presbyte
Pastoiis Union. Tho regular
meeting of tho Salem Paster's union
win ue ueia at tno M. a. cnurcn,
Monday, March C, at 9:80 a. ru. A.
R. Medbury, sec'y.
Baptist Cnunoir. Corner of
Liberty and Marion streets. Rev.
A. R. Medbury, pastor. Services at
10:30 a. m. and 7. p. m, : Sunday
school at noon ; young people's
meeting at 0:15 p. m. All are cor
Corner of Liberty and Center streets.
Rev. J. W. Harris, pastor. There
will be preaching to-uiorrow morn-
ins, Sunday school at 12.
people's meeting a 6 p. m.
evening an enjoyable song servieo
will be given. All are invited. Seats
St. John's Church (Cutholic).
Mass at 10:30 ii. m. Sunday school
at 8 p. in, Vespers at 7 p. m. Ser
mon morning and ovenlng. J. J.
M. E. Church. Services In tlto
M. E. church to-morrow as follews:
Morning, at 10:80, subject, "The
Skeptic as tho Christian Sees Himt''
evening ut 7; Sunday school at 12;
young people's meeting at 0; regular
prayes meeting Tnursuay evening.
uooa singing, itiveryuouyiwoicomo.
Seats free. W. Rollins, pastor
i . w t a r " r i
First Presbytkhian Church,
Rev. R. A. Newell, pastor. Com
munion and reception of members
at 10:30, uud regular service at 7
p. m. Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor at 0 p. in.;
csiiDuuiu scnooi at iz in.; cnurcn
fiiuyer meeting on Thursday oven
ncs at 7 p. m. Boats oro free, ami
tho public invited to attend.
Christian Church. Corner of
Center and High streets. J. W.
Webl), pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a.
m. by Prof. T. F. Campbell, of
Monmouth; at 7 p. in., fifteen
minutes song tservlce. 7:16, Sunday
school concert. Everybody wcucam&
Sunday wihool from 12 till 1. TJm
protracted meeting by Elder A. B.
Wade, of Kansas, and otbtm), eaelr
night during the weak and next
Sunday. Everybody invited.
flews from all Parts of the
TUB NEW TA1UFF HILT..
MUls of Texas Kxpeets Republican t
AssUt In Pausing the Sleasuro.
Washington, March 2. Chair
man Mills is much pleased with the
results of the work of the dernocratie
members of his committee. He
says tho bill is so conservative and
fair that it will commend itself to a
majority of the house. Ho admits
that fourteen democrats of tho
Randall school will probably voto
against tho measure, two from Penn
sylvania, two from New Jersey, four
from Ohio, four from Louisiana, and
two from California. He expects,
however, that their votes will be
offset by those of eight or ten repub
licans, mostly from tho Northwest.
The aggregate reduction proposed
by tho bill is about $50,000,000, It
is intended, however to re-enact, the
old package, clause, providing for
a duty on packages which does not
a lay special tax on packages of differ
ent ki nds, but merely provides for the
finding of the value of tho good and
that the duty be assessed on them
accordingly. This' will add from
flvo to ten mllUlon dollars to tho re
venue, so that the net reduction
will not exceed forty-five million
It is tho opinion of a majority of
the committee that tho revenue of
tho government should bo reduced
at least $70,000,000. Twenty-five
dollars, therefore, arc left to bo dis
posed of by changes in internal re
Negru Shot Head. - - - -
Birmingham, Ala., March 2.
Joo Hanby, colored, was shot and
killed about 3 o'clock this morning,
by Anthony Bingham, also colored.
Bingham was in tho room with
Hanby's wife when tho latter went
homo, and the door was locked on
the inside. Hanby's wife refused to
let him in, and ho tried to break
through n window, but was shot
dead by Bingham. Tho murdorer
escaped, but Hanby's wife was ar
Mitchell's light Spoiled.
London, March 2. Charley
Mitchell, pugilist, was summoned
before tho local magistrate at Cheley
to-day to answer to tho charge of ar
ranging for a prize fight with John
L. Sullivan. Mitchell was accom
panied by Rowell and Kllraln, and
disavoAved his intention to break tho
peace of England. Ho was bound
over in two thousand pounds.
Stay of Execution Granted.
Portland, Oregon, March 2.
Judge Stearns to-day granted a stay
of execution and allowed the
counsel till to-morrow tofllo a notice
of appeal in the cose of Cluing Ling,
who was sentenced to bo hanged to
day. A Democrat Itesl;us.
New York, March 2. Uonorat
John Newton hits resigned tho
position of commissioner of public
works for this city, in order to accept
tho appointment of chief coast
A Mother's llprd.
Kbywkst, Fhi March 2. A
Barucoa dispatch reports tho mur
der by tho mother of her four child
ren. Sho cut their heads off with a
hatchets Two wore drowned In, a
tub ami all cut up. Klin wild the
dovll taniptod her.
Notorious "Woman Mude Itluh
OMAHA. March 2. Mrs. Molllo
Kolmyor, notorious hero, has fttllan
heir to 76,0(Ki. Her parents lived
hi BUmx City and by the ret-out
death of her mother thlx property
dat-Qouded to her.
T. horvnson's llody Found.
Astoria, March 2. Tho body of
T. Benson was found to-day aiout
three foot from tho bow of the '
Wracked steamer Gleaner. The
Columbia River fishermen
Protective Union will bury him.