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SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1SS8.
GEO. W. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
nnd District Attorney. Office at court
RAMSEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
and Counselors at Law. Business In
tbe Supreme Court a specialty. Solcm, ur.
rnlLMON FORD. ATTORNEY AND
I Counselor at Law, Solcm, Oregc
Office, up stairs in Patton's block.
BURNETT. ATTORNEY AT
Law. Rnlcm. Oreeon. Office over
Ladd & Bush's bank.
nHAW A GREGG. ATTORNEYB AT
3 Law, Salem, Oregon. Office In Patton's
block, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
o T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
O. Law. Office over Capitol National
Bank, 249 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
J Vf. 8PRIGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAWi
. Salem, Oregon. Offloe In England's
hwlk. Leeal business of all kinds. Also
both life and fire Insurance.
wtm TTATHpyre ATTORNEY AT LAW.
W Salem, Oregon. Office with Tilmon
Ford, In Patton's building. Will practice
In nil the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land oinco Business a specialty.
t- TT TV A nf!Y. ATTORNEY AND COUN-
r. selor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
an abstract of the records of Marion coun
ty. Including a lot and block Index of Sa
lem, he has special facilities for oxamlnlng
uucs lo roui esiuie.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com St., bet. Ferry and State.
HAVING. HAIR CUTTING AND
ttnampooing neauy uuuu.
LADD & BUSH,
Salem, - Oregon.
rnRAN8ACT8 A GENERAL BANKING
X business in an lis Drancnes.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rates.
Please give usour patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
43-AU kinds of fresh and cured meats
arways on hand. Full weight and a square
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
98 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Fresh M Salt Meals !
S AUS AGr E.
3-The CLEANEST kept market In the
city. Call and see for yourself.
McCROW fc WILLARD-
49-Go to J. O'Donald's shop on High sU
between- Court and State, Salem, 'and -get
one of J. M. Coulter's patent improved
Lightest Ladder made In Oregon.
Keliy.s Old Stand ! !
TTAVINO PURCHASED THE BLACK-
JUL emiin snop Known as Kelly's Old
ntand, I will hereafter be prepared to do all
In tJbe best style known to the trade at
Hhort notice. The pest of workmen em
ployed, and all work guaranteed to give
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's oid Stand, Salem, Or.
Has constantly on hand
a well s&eeicd
Bcericke & Schreck's
A NEATLY PRINTBD OUIDK TO BE
HAD UPON APPLICATION.
The B. & S. PREPARATIONS
4BCaa fer tbe B, A allomeepaUiU: Pre
powUeoj aad aeeept jm other.
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST! '
-Is Manufactured by
,GEO. M. PAEKER,
133 Fifth Street, Portland, Or.
For sale by
A. T. YBATON,
HAS RECEIVED A FULL STOCK
At his Millinery Establishment, 27-1 Com
merclal Street, Salem.
STOVES AND TINWARE !
Roofing and Spouting a Specially. "
43-At the old stand of Ben. Strang, Com
ML. M. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite Minto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
JUST RECEIVED.A NEW STOCK
OF NEW STYLES IN
A FULL STOCK O:
Fancy Goods, Moldings,
Brackets, Picture Frames,
.' Artists' Materials, Etc.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. M. SAR6EANT,
207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or-
... ,1 1
FARRAHa BLOCK, STATE STREET,
flQAllklnds of Furniture made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on hand. -
J. J. JENNINGS, D. DS.
Teeth Extracted Without rain by a New Process
mEETH FILLED WITH THE LATEST
A improved filllnca. Platen made on
short notice, and at reasonable terms.
oiu miings a specially.
3-Anv and all work In thn Ttental linn.
Oflloo in Breymon's block over J. M. Rosen.
E&TABUSIIED ik 1879.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Annie and Pear
baiter, sweet ana Lnacinagne Uidcr. Uider
Syrop for Mince Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FKATURK OK 1888.
tf-Kor Hweot Cider, leave orders nt Fac
tory OOlee, drop a Postal, or see driver of
but dsUvwy wages.
we tM9iu Kwa a&k oallon dmi.
to outtOHiers far a
All ordor promptly
' MISS JULIA L CHAMBERUN,
Voice Culture, Piano & Harmony
Music Parlers: m'S?Fm
SALEM, - - - - OREGON.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHOIUTY.
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, - - - - $75,000
Surplus, -..--- 9,500
R. S. WALLACE,
- - President.
- - - Cashier.
J. "H. ALBERT,
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, It. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able profluco, consigned or ln'store,
either in prlvato granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Far.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Parls,"Bcrlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to The Port Drug Co.) ,
100 State- Street, Salem, Oregon,
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Bed Letter 5c. Ciar.
, 3The best nve cent cigar in1 the mar
ket. H. W. COX,
100 State Street, Salem.
Tin and Qopper Ware;
ISO, State Street,
SALEM,, - .- OREGON.
3-Agonta.for the Boynton's furnace. A
specialty' jnado of roofing and spouting.
Satisfaction guaranteed. .
A. EX STRANG,
No. 803 Commercial Street,
Plaaibiag, ti&s and Steast Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
from all Parts of the
FISHING ON PUGET SOUND.
A Seattle Man Writes East that Fishing Is In a Very
Crude, Undeveloped State.
Gloucester, Mass., March 7.
Allan McDonald, who resides at
Seattle, h few weeks 'ago Inspected
the fishUig there, has written a let
ter which says that "fishing on Pu
get Souiid is not what it is cracked
np to be. If I would believe "what
they tell me, there are halibut along
the coast line, but it will require
energy and big capital to develop
the bsbiness. Ice is worth $8
a ton. J3ale dear. Anything con
nected with fishing vessels is not to
be 'found here. To get an outfit you
must gp to San Francisco. Glou
cester fishermen who went there
sometime ago in a little craft, went
down near Cape Flattery and found
somehdlibut, but they spoiled be
fore reaching market. I have no
doubt.that if a person had a small
steamer and plonty of vim and cap
ital; waited some time for returns
there might be money in
Now it is In fearfully crude
tion, but perhaps when the land
boom dies out, they may turn atten
tion to the fisheries. Say to Glou
cester people to be slow in rushing
A Most Ilorrible Experience,
FAHGOrDakato, March 7. News
lias' beea". brought from Minnie
Waukonthat a man and his son
living atar Poplar Grove, twenty
four miles southeast of Fort Totten,
had been eaten alive by a pack of
wolves. They had left the housesJ
with shovels to clear the snow from
around a haystack not more than
twenty rods distant, when they
were attacked by a pack of sixteen
wolVes, which literally .ate them
Alive, while the wife and mother
gazed through the window at the
horrible sight, knowing at was cer-
taimdeath to go out to their assis
Berlin, March 7. The Emperor
has suffered a relapse. It is rumored
that he had a fit this morning. He
kept his bed all day yesterday. It
was thought last night ho was im
proving, but his complaint increased
during the night.
The Harmless (?) Pistol.
Colton, Dakota, March 7. San-
los Caronna, fourteen years, old was
accidentally shot and killed by his
brother (yesterday, while tho boys
were examining a loaded revolver.
Strike Reaches tho U. V.
Omaha, Neb., March 7. The
employees of the Union Pacific havo
been ordered to handle no Burling
ton freight untjl further instructed.
Surgical Knife Wanted.
San Francisco, March 0.
Frank Robbins, aged 18, employed
in a restaurant In this city, enticed
a 0-year-old girl into a back room of
tho restaurant thismomingand out
raged her Tho cries of thq child
attracted the pollco and Robbins
was taken to jail. He admits his
crime iind oilers no excuse.
A Hindoo that Couldn't Shoot. -
Portland, Or., March 0. A
Chinaman named Tung Sing tried
to shoot Ah Gheo this afternoon on
Alder street near First, but was pre
vented and arrested. A lawsuit was
the cause of trouble Nobody In
Oregon Indjnn War Claims.
Washington, March 0. The
Indian office to-day passed upon tho
claim of Austin Rice, of Douglas
county, Oregon, allowing tho amount
claimed, $470 50, for loss sustained
by the Rogue River and Crow Creek
Indians in 1855. Tho claim of
Barney P. Simmons, of Douglas
county, Oregon, for -a loss by tho
same Indians in 1855, was not allow
ed, the evidence being insufficient.
Tho claim of Wm. Hutson, of
Douglas county, Oregon, of $834 was
allowed. This loss was sustained
by the Umpqua Indians, in 1855.
Death of Louise Alcott.
New York, March G. Miss
Louise M. Alcott died this morning.
For a long time Miss Alcott has been
ill, and has been residing in High
lands for her health. Thursday she
drove in town to meet her father,
and caught cold, which settled at
the base of tho brain and developed
into spinal meningitis. Miss Alcott
was born on tho anniversary of her
father's birthday, and It is singular
that she should have followed him
so soon to tno grave. Miss Alcott
was born in 1833 and was known in
CALL FOR REPUBLICAN CONVENTION'.
A republican convention for tho
state of Oregon is called to meet at
the city of Portland, Oregon, t on
Wednesday, tho 11th' day of April,
A. D. 1888, at 11 o'clock a. tn.,
for the purpose of nominating can
didates for the following officers,
to-wit. Representative in congress,
threo presidential electors, supreme
judge and district officers, and to
Belect six delegates to attend the
national republican convention,
and to transact Buch other business
as may properly come before tho
convention. The convention will
consist of 209 delegates, apportion.
ed among tno several counties as
-. .JlQk .. Del
Baker :..3ST5TiaiKe :
Marlon . 14
Morrow . 5
Douglas ; 0
T llamook 3
Umatilla .. 10
Wallowa ... 4
Washington ....... 8
Total . 209
Tho same being one delegate at
large from each county and ono
(Ifllpimlo for nvfrv- Ififl vntom iinil
one for every fraction over one-half
tuereor, cast lor ilon. lilnircr Her
mann, . congressman, at tho last
general election. The committee
recommend that tho primaries bo
nciu Aiarcn .11, ibsa, ana tne
county conventions April 4, 1888.
unless otherwise ordered by the
county central committee.
Republican electors and voters of
tho state, without regard to past
political amiiauons, wno neuovo in
the American principlo of protect
ive tann ana uicnuyinK American
labor, giving free, popular educa
tion to tho masses of the people,
efleetually protecting all human
righto in every section of our com
mon country, and who desire to
promote friendly feeling and per
manent harmony throughout the
state by maintaining a government
pledged to these objects and prin
ciples, are cordially invited to unite
in selecting delegates to tho repub
lican state convention. Respect
, Joseph Simon,
At The Sochi.
At their social on Wednesday
evening, tho Young Women's
Foreign Missionary society will
offer for sale the following books by
Rev. R. C. Houghton, I). D.:
Women of tho Orient, At tho
Household, and Ruth tho Moabltess,
Come prepared to buy one of each.
Hulldlm,' Lot For Sale I!
Willis & Chamberliu luivo a fow
desirable building lots in East
Salem for salo on reasonablo terms.
Parties desiring eligible building
sites would do well toexamiiiatliom,
as only a fow such lots are to bo had
in tho city limits. Also, 25 lots in
North Salem at special bargains.
The Y. W. O. T. U. will hold a
call meeting at the sesideuce of Mrs.
A. L, Port, to-morrow at 3 p. in.
By order of tho provident,
Mrs, A, Gihhy.
Ira Smith, a prominent rqpubllo
an of Independence, is in the city.
Over Non-Payment of
BLOODSHED IN OHIO.
"Oliver Optic" Dead Postal Clerk Arrested
Human Brute, Etc,
Springfield, Ohio, March C
News has just reached here of a
wholesale shooting and lynching hi
Shannon county, which has been
going on since Wednesday last, but
which had not been known, hero un
til late last night on account of the
secluded situation of tho scene.
Wednesday afternoon William Mc-
Kee, a member of tho firm of Mc
Tigh & Co., of Memphis, who aro
building the Currrnt river branches-
of tho Gulf railroad, arrived at
Winona, 125 miles southeast of this-
city, to look over the work. The-
men have not received any pay for
somo time, and when McKee made
his appearance a large crowd of
them demanded the money due.
McKee refused to comply until he
had seen the engineer of the con
struction. Anger carried the men beyond the
control of tho bosses, and upon Mc
Kee's refusal, they dragged him.
from his carriage to tho court yard.
A rope was placed around his neck
and he was drawn from tho ground.
Tho men allowed him to hang until
he became insensible. Trouble later
ensued between George Madden, a
sub-contractor, and John Rucker, a
constable, which ended in the latter
shooting Madden dead. Maddon's
friends then turned their attention
to Rucker, who was endeavoring to
make his escape. The angry mob of
laborers with whom Madden was
favorite, was soon following Rucker
with the avowed Intention of lynch
ing him. He struck out for the hills,,
turning every momentand firing at
his pursuers, several of whom ho
killed. A Jlargo portion of tho mob kept
up the chose after Rucker,, while
somo returned to Winona and col
lecting still moro men started out to
revenge themselves upon tho con
stable's friends. Twoof ' them were
caught and lynched by the Infuri
ated railroaders, while another, who
had barricaded himself In a houser
was shot. Additional forces moving
fqr the hills to ussist in tho search
for Rucker say they will not return
until they have caught and lynched,
C. n. & Q. Strike. '
Chicago, March 0. The strike
has now resolved itself into a game
of freczeout, and that is practically
the situation this morning. If tho
engineers carry out the promise
made yesterday it will have tho ef
fect of preventing tho Burlington,
road from doing any through busi
ness. Burlington ofllcials say they
are prepared to abido by thlsdeolslou.
and confine business entirely to tho
territory covered by their own sys
tem. They claim to have filled CO
per cent of tho places of the strlkem,
and say they only waiit 75 per cent,
03 tho road before tho strike hnct
moro men than it needed. They ex
pect to 1)0 ready to rccelvo live stock
and perishable freight to-day.
A Thlevlnf- Postal Clerk. ,
BoNUASf, Tex., March 0. This
evening Sheriff Evans and an Illi
nois officer named Fortenberry ar
rived In tills city from Trenton, this
county, where they arrested a man
by thonamoofE. Mundy, who is
wanted in Mount Carniol, 111., for
robbing tho mails. Mundy was a
postal clerk, and at various times
abstracted registered packages from
tho mails. He was lodged in jail
here and tho Illinois olllcor will
leavo with him to-morrow. Several
Indictments aro pending against
Mundy in Southern Illinois, whore
lie has gained the reputation of a
notorious mail robber.
Washington, March 0. A post
oillco was established tc-day at
Ferry, Curry county, Oregon, and
Sarah E. Cooley appointed as