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OR,, MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1888.
GEO. "VV". BELT, ATTORNEY AT' LAW
and District Attorney. Office at court
RAMSEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
atid Counselors at Law. Business In
the Bupreme Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
mlLMON FORD, ATTORNEY AND
I Counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon.
Office, up stairs In Patton's block.
OEO. H. BURNETT, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Salem, Oregon. , Office over
Ladd& Bush's bank.
C HAW A GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
O Law, Salem, Oregon. Office In Patton's
block, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
t T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
). Law. Office over Capitol . Notional
ank, 24 Commercial Street; Salem, Or.
JW. SPRIGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
. Salem, Oregon. Office In England's
block. Legal business of all kinds. Also
both lite and fire, insurance.
XTTtt. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W Salem, Oregon. Office with Tllmon
Ford, In Patton's building. Will practice
via. all the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land offlco business a specialty.
Pi H.D'AROY, ATTORNEY AND CQUN
' selor at Law, Solemjpregon, Ha,vlng
an abstract of the recordset" Marlon coun
ty, including a lot and 'block1 Index of Sa
lem, he has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
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H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com St., bet. Ferry and State.
HAYING, HAIR GUTTING AND
unampooing neauy uone.
LADD & BUSH,'
BAN K.BRS !
Salem, - Oregon.
rTOANSACTS A GENtittAL BANKING
J business in nil Its branches.
WEST BROTHERS' -
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of the city at lowest llvlngr rates.
Please give us yolr patronage.
D. C. HovUdj Proprietor
STATE STREET - SALEM? OREGON.
AS-All kinds e:
fresh and cured meats
always on nana,
deal all around.
?uU weight and a square
The SALEM MARKET
98 COTJET STREET.
Constantly on lu(id the best, quality of
Fresh andlSalt Meats I
jJ3The CLEANEST kept market in the
city. Call and see fokyourself.
9-Qo to J. O'Donall's shop on.Hlgh st,
between Court and Sate, 8alem and get
one or J. M. Coulter's iVtent Improved"
Lightest Udder nmo In Oregon.
Kelly,s Old Stand ! !
VD THlB BtACK-
I smith shoD kne
n, aa .eny's'XJia
auiiiu. x win iicrciuicr
tpreparea to do all
In the best tiylb. Jtnbwl to tie traHe at
.... .mw u.v. nuijuiicu cm
ployed, and all work gbranteed to elvo
Kelly's Old Bind, Salem, Or.
Has constanUy On Jiani
a well selected
Bcericke & Sareck's
A NEATLY PRINTED
IDE TO OK
UAU UJN ATt'l
TheB. &.S. PREPJfiATIONS.
Aro Inr8st and. Bel H. W. COX
ia Ue only icHhjriMt BJwf
JWKJaU wMiJ.AnBephte Pit
And ifl klndsjof
l ' -rr
MCCEQW & WILLARD.
Lata, gadders !
Woven Wire Bed I
' ,. on THscpAsT-, ;
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
- 133,Flftn Strcet,,PorUand, Or. ,,
4' ' 1. t $ ,' '
For sale by ' -
A'. T. VE5ATON,
CH AS.. CALVERT .
HAS RE3EiyEiy K .PULL sioCK '
Fine Miner) Goods !
At his Millinery Establishment, 274 Com
mercial Street, Salem.
DEALERS IN 4 ''. '.'
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofing and Spouting a Specialty.
KS-Aktiio oldlstand ofiBen. Strang, Comf
merciai Birjeet. r . r i .
jiai Street, j
Xir-, 4 -
m; jsa. mead,
Filing, Saws Speciajty."
Shop on the alley, opposite Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.. . ' . '
JUST RECEIVED, A NEWJ STOCK
OP NEW STYLES IN .
-A L'tiliScKoESpr?1 T";
Fancy Goods, Moldings, .'
. Brackets) Picture Frames
Artists''. Material, Etc,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. M. SARGEANT,
297 Commercial StrcetSalem, Or.
?45-All kinds' of Furniture made to order.
A niUltne of c&skela always on haBd.
J. J. JENNINGS; DTDSV
tilth Extracted Without Pia by a NewPrioees
mEETH FJLLED WITH THE LATEST
improvea niungs. nates made on
snort notice, and at reasonable terms.
Gold lllllugs a specialty.
- 3-Anv and All.wrvrlc '
Gold JUllugs a sncclalty.
- a-Any and alLwprk In th Dental line.
Offletf InTareyinaa'sblock over Ji M. Rosen
berg Cbr. ,? I , s .i. M
1 V" f
! . '
Fruit Preserving Coi
SALEM, - - OREGON.- l
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Butter, Sweet and Champagne Cider, - Cider
Syrup for Mince Meat; 'Cnrrant mne of'a
Superior Qaalityv Tomato Catsup, Plainrand
German Pieties. ?
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FEATURE OP p.
y-For Sweet Cider, leave order at I'ao
tory QSte drop a.I'oatal, or see drivcrof,
our dell vWWaWW. '
juuBuiuatare leanea to om
era for a
i . .fv
MIS? JULIA L. CHAMBERLIN",
Voice Culture, PjaSil Harmony
ESTABLISHED BY NATIOUAI. AUTHORITY.
i SALEM-.M OREGON. ,
Capital Paidp, .... $75,000
Surplus,- - -
R. S. WALLACE,
J. H. ALBERT, -
- - Tresident.
- - Cashier.
, .. , DIRECTORS!, ,
W. T, 0ray, . , i ,'AY W. Martin,
J,, Ml Martin
J. H. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market-
ablq produce, consigned orlrv store,
8 produce, consigned orifi su
'either in private granaries or
J public 'warehouses.
State audyCounty Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn' direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
KT.. W. COX,
(Successor to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon,
s m i
CHEMICALS IttBlfT MEDICINES
, druggist Sundries.
Physiclaas Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
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AGENCY FOR THECELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red. Letter 5c. Cigar.
Thoj bjtj;flve"j cent cigar in the'jmar-
H. W. COX,
100'Stote Street, Salem,
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Titfahdt!(per Ware,? I
r f f ) , r f . . . t f,
130, SUte Strett,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
?-Agen W for the Boy utoirs rurn&co. A
specialty made of rooting and spouting.
A. B. STRANG,
No. 803 Commercial Street,
HkbiW8aS,ad Steaft Mini
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
the RimiAItnKON A
PANVS Kur&aMl. Bs-
rni (H j, l
I III) lyLlUlllUil
from all Parts of
DIG, FIRES IN THE EAST.
New YorkjClty Catches a 8100,000 Blaxe
Bridgeport, Coun., Follows
- ' Close Behind.
New York, March 6. The one
story building at 443 Greenwich!
street, which was occupied by Swan
fc Bach importers, E. H. Nell&'Co.,
dealersln! telegraph and telephone
supplies, Was almost entirely burned
out this morning. Loss1 $100,000.
FIRE AT BRIDGEPORT.
Bridgeport, Conn., March &
An explosion in the Fulminate Com
pany's works this morning destroy
ed the whole building and instantly
killed Hy Barker, who was the only
nian in the building at the time.
The cause of the catastrophe is un
known.', The Crown Prince's (Throat.
San ' jKkmo, March 6. Dr.
ValdikeiT the great Berlin cancer
specialist? has forwarded a report to
Kaiser, Wilhelm, which sayB he is
conviricctt.that the Crown Prince's
ailment isjeancer larynxi, the most
malignaift nnd incurable type of
Washinoton, Mar. 6 The new
Chinese 'treaties willjbo signed early
this wje'el? by Secretary Bayard on
the partf the United States and
the Chinese minister representing
the Emperor, and will be sent to the
senate hotlaterthan Thursday.
Vacation For Graver.
"Washington, March 6. It is an
will go to West Virginia about
the latter part of May for a vacation
of two weeks.
Slugger Sullivan's Movements.
London, Eng., Mar. 5 It is
reported here that John L. ulllvan
is now settled in an obscure town in
France, and that his fight with
Charley Mitchell .will come oiF with
in a few day 8.;
Midnight Robbery on a Railroad.
Mandan, Dak., March 6. About
midnight,, at New Buffalo, a Pull
man conductor maned Towne, on a
west bound Northern Pacific expreso
train was attacked in .the drawing
room car by two masked men, who
sandbagged him and robbed him of
$98 and other contents of his
pocket book. They dragged him
out on the platform of the coach
and left him for dead. He was
found there shortly after the train
started by a passenger, but did not
regain his senses until the strain
reached Mandan 'this morning;
Deadly Duel Over a Horse Ituce.
Aiia, N. M., March 6. At a
horso race in this town lost Tuesday,
Dick Blaln and Jack Pattman, both
miners and wellgknowu inl this sec
tion, got into a dispute, during
which Pattman called the other a
liar, and Blain challenged Pattman
to a' duel with revolvers at thirty
yards. Firing took place yesterday
at a spot, in the outskirts of town,
where several similar encounters
have occurred. At tho word, the
two men fired almost simultaneously
and both fell dead. Blain was s track
just above the right eye end Patt
man near the end of tho nose. The
bullet probably went out through
the hack of tho head.
A Millionaire Convict.
Harkisouro, Pa., March 4.
The board pf pardons granted a new
hearinsrto-dav in the cam of Milton
Weeto1uf UaCWoage mlllkmatre,who
waa sHt to 'prison frmh Allhny
eeunty foFia&nalaaghter. ,
Death of a Millionaire, lumber
New Y6rk, March 4. Peter
Herdick, millionaire lumberman of
Wllliamsport, Pennsylvania, died at
the. Qlcnbron hotel Saturday.
Herdlclc originated what Is known in
the lumber trade is a broom storage;
also the Herdick cab which bears
his name. Wllliamsport, .Hunting
ton, Cairo, Illinois, and other places
are indebted to him for their water
Heavy Snow Storm.
.Chicago, March 3. Dispatches
from the Northwest report severo
snow storms during Thursday and
Friday. The snow drifting badly
in Dakota, the Northern Pacific has
not,moved a freight train west of
Fargo . for two days. Tho storm
reaches, the entire length of Lake
Superior and well down into the
southern peninsula. The snow is
from six to eighteen feet deep, and
is drifted at Cheboygan, St. Ignace
and Mackinac. Several trains are
stalled and no malls have ventured
through since Wednesday.
Heavy FIro t Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, March, 4. J.
Ferneckes & Bros', candy factory
on East Water street was entirely
destroyed by fire Saturday, and
Goldsmith & Co.'s carpet warehouse
adjoining was gutted in the upper
stories, and the entire stock ruined
by smoke and water., Berger & Co.'a
mattress factory, Wiegall's feather
establishment and Loewenbach's
printing house also suffered heavy
damage by water. The loss la up
wards of $200,000, , with small insurance.
To Exclude, all Chinese,
New Yqrk, March 4. A Wash'
ington special says: Secretary
Bayard, in conversation with our
correspondent thte ovening, said
that he" expected that a new treaty
with China will be negotiated with
in a few days. The t treaty will
provide for the exclusion of all
Chinese except.thoso accredited to
this . country In a . diplomatic
A Victory For Kentucky.
Louisville, March 4. In tho
United States district court yes
terday morning, Judge Barr remand
ed the West Virginia prisoners, the
Hatfieids, to tho charge of the Pike
county officials. This is a victory
for the state of Kentucky.
An appeal to the United States
circuit court from District Judge
Barr'soplnlon was token this after
noon. A Town Destroyed.
London, March 4. A dispatch
from Tamatave says a hurricane has
devastated that town. Eleven ves
sels were wrecked and twenty per
sons killed. '
Sentenced to be Hanged,
Minneapolis, March 4. Peter
Barrett, second of tho convicted
murderers of Cardriver Tollofson;
was to-day sentenced to be hanged.
Oullty In the.I'lrBt Degree.
Banook, Mo., March 4. Tho jury
in the Cromwell-Stein murder case
found both defendants guilty in the
Cherrington, the photographer
has completed a fine, largo photo
graph of the Willamette University
building, faculty and studerits taken
by him Wednesday morning.
Although there are fully 150 persons
in tho picture tho likeness of each is
as plain and recognizable as If thoy
had been taken seporately In a
studio. Cherrington makes u
specialty of this kind of work and
he Is better prepared to do it than
any artist on the coast. Ho Is also
introducing the new glaze photon
which uru the latest and most
popular "fad" In the eaat. A 'call
at nis studio iu the new bank block
will well repay any lover of artistic
Entertainment and' Supper.
Refreshments will bo served, after
the entertainment by the Young
Woman' Foreign Missionary s6'
ciety onnext Wednesday ovening Jn
the M. E. church. dmisHloimn
the entertainment and supper 25,
Ju3t as we go
Rots has arrested.
Teuton andQcltyho haea fight on
Liberty strtf& ,?,! 'afternoon.
One Italian Stabs Another at
Virginia City-, Nevaila.
THE O. & C. ItONDS.
Snllior Drowned at A storln. A ProCesS
One Itnllun Stubs Another.
Virginia, Nev., March 4. G. B-
Morello was stabbed three time
Saturday night by John Casaleggio,
in Capuro's saloon on North Q
street. The wounds will probably
prove fatal. Both men are Italians,
from Lone Pine; Esmeralda county.
and the knife wielder is an employe
of the Eureka stamp millt on the
Carson river. Witnesses allege that
Morello was quietly leaning against
tho bar of the saloon when he was
approached by Casaleggio, who,
without any warning, plunged the
blade of a huge knife in him. One
wound inflicted is just over the
navel, and the other two are on the
right and left sides, the latter in the
region of the heart The victim of
tho stabbing is still alive. Tho men
are said to have been strangers to
each other. Morello's assailant fled
after the -stabbing? hut officers are
on his trail and will probably cap
ture him boforo morning.
O. & C. llouda.
New York, March 4. The Ore-
gon & California railroad company
asks the stock exohauge to strike
from its list $9,000,000 of Oregon &
California 6 per cent, bonds, and
substitute in their place $14,254,000
5 per cent, forty-year bonds. These
bonds are created by the recent ad
justment of the bonded debts.
$2,610,000 second mortgage 7 per
cent, bonds, due in 1083, have keens
cancelled, and the mortgago satis
fied. Of the $9,020,000 first mort
gage 6 per cents., due in 1022; $410,
000 have been returned, leaving an
amount outstanding of $8,605000, all
of which, except 106, have been
deposited with tho Trust Company
as collateral security for new bondj
but subject to cancellation. The
company has substituted therefor
another first mortgage, to secure the
issue of 5 per cent, forty-year bonds,
at the rate of $30,000. per mile of
standard gauge, and $10,000 narrow
gaugs, constructed or acquired; but
the total to be issued shall not ex
ceed, for all purposes, in all $20,000,
000. The amount of bonds outstand
ing at' this date, as' represented by 475
miles of road completed, amounts to
$14,254,000. This Constitutes the
enlire bonded debt of the company.
except 100 bonds of tho old Issue
which are stllf oittsandlng.
A' Sailor Drowned.
Astoria, March 4. About 2.
o'clock Saturday night Adolph
Olsen, a sailor aged 27 years, em
ployed on board tho pilot schooner
Gov. Moody, fell from a plank bo
tween the schooner and the dock.
He made no noise, or nothing was
heard, and the man was not missed
till this morning, at low tide, when
tho body was found where it fell.
He struck on a pile under water,
and broke an arm. A contusion on
the head shows tliat he was stunned
and unable to come again to the sur
face, or make na outcry. Ho was a
member of tho Scandinavian benev
A l'lotest ARUlnitt Litigation.
Pjkknix, Ark., March 4. At
mass meeting of citizens of Salt
river valley Saturduy evening reso
lutions wore unanimously adopted
condemning bills introduced into
congress to create a commission for
tho settlement of Spanish grants in
Arizona, New Mexico aud Colorado,
IiuiHimicli as they menance the pros
perity of tho territory by opening
a door for litigation.
,.-.., .. ,.,.
Hui08il Trulu ltobber Arrested.
BAir&jB, March 2.A Billing
ton was arifisted to-day at. Spring
City for complicity in tho Noplte
bank robbejy. Ho waived axami-
natlon and was eommittad to the-