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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1888.
GEO. W. BKLT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
and District Attorney. Offlco at court
RAMHBY & BINOUAM, ATTOKNEY9
and Counselors at Law. Business In
the Buprcmo Court a gpocumy. paicm.w.
fTULMON FOKD, ATTOltNKY AND
1 Counaclor at Law, Bnlcm, Oregon.
OfOoe, up stairs in Patton's block.
GEO. II. BURNETT, AXTOHNKY AT
Law, Balem, Oregon. Offlco over
JUO&&& Bush's bunk.
-JHAW & OHEGO, ATTORNEYS AT
S Law, Salem, Oregon. Offlco in rotten'
Sock, up stairs over Belt's drug Htrc.
HICHARDBON, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Offloe over Cupltol national
219 Oommorclal wireei, oaiein, ur.
T wThPSUGOB, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
J. Salem, Oregon. OUloe In fcngland's
block. Loffal business of all kinds. Also
both llfo end Arc Insurance.
WM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Salem, Oregon. Offlco -with Tllmon
Ford, In ration' building. Will practice
In all the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land offloe business a specialty.
PH. D'AROY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
. sclorat Law, Halem, Oregon. Having
an abstract of the records of Marlon coun
ty. Including a lot and tolodk index of Sa
lem, he hat) special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
-H. DIAMOKD, Proprietor, r,
Oo'nv SU, bctlFcrry and State.'
IXAVING, HAIR CUTTINO AND
Mnampooing naiuj uuuu. ,
Salem, - Oregon,
mRANBACTS A GENERAL BANKING
L business in ill 1 Its branches.
300, Oonmerclal St., Salem.
HOIfiK RTEAKH fe tXTHER MEAl
j constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rates.
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
133 Fifth Street, Porjland, Or.
For snlo by
M. ' 1
At his Millinery Establishment, 271 Com
mercial Street, Salem.
STOVES AND TINWARE !
Roofing and Spouting a Specially, ,
&:At the old stand of Ben. Strarfg, Com
mercial Street. "1?'' ' '
M. M. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop -on the alloy, opposite Mrnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
BTATE STREET,, - SALEM, OREGON.
A3-All 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 Salt Meats !
And all klndt$f
S A. OS A.GE.
5rTb6 CLEANEST kept market In tbe
city. Call and ee for yourself.
MCCROW & WILLAUU
49-Go to J. O'Donald's shop on Hbjn St.,
between Court and State, Balem, and'get
iOM of J. M. Coulter's jxitent improved
Ugbttsi Ladder Made in Oregon.
.Kelly,s Old Stand ! !
irrr aving i'urckabesd the uLaok-
XjL smith shop known as Kelly's Old
wtond, I will hereafter be prepared to do ull
Blaeksmithing & Repairing
In the bett style known to Vue trade at
short sotloe. The best of, workmen em
ployed, and all work guaranteed to give
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
'h 1. MRNJGAN,
Kelly's Old Stand, Balom.Or.
H. W. COX,
JUST RECEIVED, a NEW HTOOR .
OF NEW STYLES IN f
-k rmiu-Ktocii OK-
Fancy Goods, Holdingsr;wj?
Brackets, Picture Frames','
ALWAY8 ON H.ND.
W. M. SARGEANT,
207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
Fv J. BABCOCK,
IFARJlAR'a BLOCK, STATE 8TKEET,
-All kinds of SuralturomadQ to order.,
l'llno of Caslteta aljrsiuon iuinar Jr
MISS JULIA L. CHAMBERLIN,
-TBAOlIBn OIr , f JKCWS
.... , '
Voice Culture, Pimio & Harmony jj
Music Parlers: 3canr"1
: Bank Bkck,
SALEM, - - -
r.STABLlSIIKD BY NATIONAI. AUTIIOBITY,
Capital Paid up, -Surplus,
R. S. WALLACE, . . President.
, - Vice-President.
- J, II. ALllEHT, ,-, - Cashier.
t , ; ' DlRECTORSt
W.T.'Gray," AV. "VV. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
. J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
s liOAJIS OVlAiDE
To,fhrmersion wheat and other markct-
ublu'broduco, consigned orJu store,
cither In private granariesor .
. . :'
State and County Warrants Bought at Par-.
Discounted at reasonable fates, , Drafts
FranclBco, Portland, LondonfParls.yjcrllrf,
IlUUg IVUUI UDU VjniCULUl.
The Port Drug Co.)
t00TSt?te;5treet, Salem1, Oregon.
L LINE" "
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specialty.
J. J. JENNINGS, D. OS.
Teb Sxtrtcted Wittost rain by KewFrsoees
m FILLED WITH THE LATEST
oved fillings. Mates made on
tlco, and at reasonable terms.
Gold fillings a specialty,
-09-Any and all work
Offloe in Breynian's block over J. M. Jtonen-
: ta the IMntnl JLnc.
EtrAOUBntiD Hf 1870.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
AND ' '
Fruit Preserving Co.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
43-Tho best Ave cent cigar in the mar
ket. H. W. COX,
( 100 State Street, Hfllcnu
from all Parts of the
THE EMPEROR OF GERMANY DEAD.
tomlrxnt Shtp Rancher of Arizona Shot
Killed In a Quarrel About Stock.
?UiBU(JUElHJUE. IN. M... A1UTCI1 O.
prominent sheep owner named
icCarn was shot and killed yester-
dynear St Johns, Arizona, by a
named Itudd, in a quarrel
JiboUt the ownerslilp of a few sheep.
SjiicCam had been arrested for
threatening an assault on Budd, and
jfyas iu custody of an ofllcer when
udd Urcd, killing him iustantly,
d thep escaped.
Suspected Murderer Arrested.
yiCTOHiA, B. C, March 8. A
man was arrested in this city last
night on suspicion of being Wm. B.
Tascott. susnected murderer of
SlUlionalre Snell, in Chicago lately.
e- was taken before the chief of
olioo this morning, who, after
borough examination allowed him
Miners' Strike Almost Ended.
, Mar. 8 The end
rof the great miners'
strike in this
region, which has lasted six months,
is near at hand. Of twenty thousand
men who went out on strike, -nearly
one-half are now at work. Three
Death of a Great Itulor,
Berlin, Mar. 8 Emperor
liam, of Germany, died this morn
ing. William I, emperor of Germany,
was born March 22, 1797, and his 91st
birthdy is nearly reached. He was
crowned emperor of Germany Janu
ary 18, 1871.
Ills Grandson to the Throne.
Berlin, Mar. a An imperial de
cree, dated Nov. 17, 1837, has been
promulgated and provides for a re
presentation if the emperor of Ger
many and the King of Prussia by
Prince William in the discharge of
the current business of the govern
ment in 'the event of the disability
of the .emperor.
: ' -l U Ah
Ala constantly on hand
a well wieetcd
Bcericke & Schreck's
A NEATLY PRINTJ
HAI UION Af
Th P. &S. PREPARATIONS,
Arp the PrH ui BM. H. Wi. COX
Cider Jcllv. Currant Jellv. AddIo and Pear
Butler, Sweet and Champagne Cider Cider
Syrup for Jlince Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomafo Catsup, Tlain and
PURE 1CIDER VINEGAR.
130, 8UU Street,
SAIIM, - - OREGON.
S-AgeaUror tbeBoynton's fuinocc. A
A- B. STRANG,
No. 303 Oommoroial Street,
HALEM, - - OREGON. '
North Yakima Gets the Convention.
Nrth Yakima, W. T. March.8.
The republican territorial committee
met to-day, with Hon. I. Baxter, of
Seattle, in the chair. It wan deter
mined to hold the convention for
the purpose of electing delegates to
the national convention at Chicago
Iain the city on May
3rd. T!le convention to nominate
territorial olllccra goes to Ellens
burgh,'buMhodata was not fixed.
When the committee was called to
order? the board of trade of thin city
tendered tho members a banquet
CALL FOR REPUBLICAN CONVENTION.
A republican convention for tho
state of Oregon is called to meet at
tho city of Portland, Oregon, on
Wednesday, the 11th day of April,
A. D. 1888, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
for the purpose of nominating can
didates for tho following ofllcera,
tc-wit. Representative in congress,
three presidential electors, supreme
judge and district oillcers, and to
select six delcgatea to attend the
national republican convention,
and to transact such other business
as may properly como before the
convention. The convention will
consist of 209 delegates, apportion
ed among the several counties as
Lane ...., . 10
Linn , 10
Malheur .. .... 2
Marlon ... 14
Coos . 7
Douglas .. 0
Jackson .. 7
Josephine . 4
Klamath ... 3
Wallowa .. 4
Washington ... 8
Total .' 200
The same being one delegate at
large from each county and one
delegate for every 150 voters and
ono Tor every fraction over one-half
thereof, cast for Hon. Binger Her
mann, congressman, at the last
general election. Tho commlttoo
recommend that the primaries bo
held March 81, 1888, and 'the
county conventions April 4, 1888,
unless otherwise ordered by tho
county central committee.
Republican electors and voters of
tho state, without regard to past
political afllliations, who believe in
the American principle of protect
ive tarift'and dignifying American
labor, giving free, popular educa
tion to tho masses of tho people,
effectually protecting all human
rights in every section of our com
mon country, and who desire to
promote irienuiy leeung ana per
manent uarmony tiiroucnout tne
tate by maintaining a government
l1Pf3?i.0T,.i, .Atwonr. fn wnrfc fMaltrtcdKCd to these objects and nrin-
UVMH, ..v.w .,w- .v i.w.. VUUJ.-. . . !,..,. r ,I.--1 X . fl-
uiinuH, uru coruiuuy uivucu to unite
In selecting delegates to the repub
lican state convention. Respect-
1 Josci'ir Simon,
8AIJ5M, Feb. 22, 1888.
in accordance with tho order of tho
Marlon Co. Central Commit too of the pro
hibition party, the County Convention of
wild party of Marion county will bu held in
L tho city of Baloin on Friday, March 18, at
U o'clock a. m. for tho purpoBO of noml
natlnf; candidates for county oillcers, nnd
choortl nl5 delegate! to tho Prohibition
Htate Convention to bo hold In Portland,
March 2tt, 1888. Tho basis of representation
for the Kcverul precinctH of the county in
Bald county convention is llxed as follow h:
One delegate at largo to each precinct and
one Additional for each ten totes cast for
legislative ticket In the year of 1888.
Halem precinct 3 Kant Halem 7
North Halem 5 Bouth Halem B
Jeflerson 2 Marlon . 2
Mehuina. ,2 Htnyton . 5
Hublimity 2 Lincoln . 3
Turner.. 3 Howell Pniirio. 2
Bilverton ji Oarfleld . .2
Abiqua . 1 uibixii 3
Oervtt!s.......3 Woodburn ......1
Hubbard 3 Aumni 1
Buttevlllo.... ....! Champoeg . 2
UU Paul . 1 Fairtleld, 1
i. W. DlMlCK,
K. L. HmnAiiD,
, A 'PHTUItE OF im. t '?.
ttFeri)Mlt fM.lor laavn nruu uf ITdo.
Uo0.Hbe, drop h VwiSi, or 3i driver of
n kern AHk 2-iwllon deml-
ato. euMonvSrs for &
All orart prewpur
W.a uQp ZBlki
Mffn w wx-iwyv
i;ial)iDg, Gas afidtStean Fitting.
and Artistic Metal Work
for thfl RICHAKDHON
MPAwr'tj rum. S
, ! A, Lovorjj Kash Act.
Cincinnati, March 7 Herman
Abbes, aged 27, Junior brother of a
wealthy banker of that name, of
Bremen, Germany, suicided hero
yesterday by shooting himself in tho
mouth with a revolver. His hope
less lovo for Mrs. Emma Pattlson, ti'
young married society woman or
this city, was tho cause of his rash
act. Abbes loft a will In which Mrs.
Pattlson Js bequeathed $12,600.
Treaty With Mexico,
Following Is the list of letters re
maining in the postolllco, at Bulcm,
Oregon, March 7, 1888. Parties call
ing for them will please say "ad-
All letters published as non-delivered
will bo charged wjth ono
cent in addition to tho regular
Anilrotts. Alfred K.
Aytlm MIkh Oyutha
Hunt Mrs K
Andemon H W
Hello Mis Anna
Caldwell J W 2
Cretith Y M
Orsborno Miss L K
Peel Mrs Amanda
Wheeler W 1
WUluims MIkh B M
of the StriRe
EMPEROR WILLIAM, OF GERMANY, OVINCT.
A Terrible Fire In A Newspaper Office Causes Many
Deaths Compositors on the Fifth Floor
and no Means of Egress.
MuDonni'lI Dan A
lurlcr Mrs I,
Tlirlc Ueo .
WoIU Mm V
While Wm A
V. II. Odell V. M.
New YouKj March 7.A Mexico
dispatch says? "Ehero la a possibility
of General Bragg negotiating a com
prehensive treaty between the
UnItoafat08 and Mixlco, Presi
dent Diaz Is understood to be will
ing t& onUntain any reasonAbk
proposal looking to the developmout
I of International trade.
WASiimaxoN, March 7. Tho
house commlttco on tho Paclilo rail
roads to-lay agreed to tho bills ex
tending the time for tho payniont of
tb government debt by subsidized
roads comprized iu tho Union 1'aclflq
Joha Condlt a strong republican
o"f Lincoln precinct, was in the city
Freeh bannanas, orng
flg, dates and liumo nuu
at A. Strong & Go's.
Sprinofielt), Mass., March 7.
The Daily Union newspaiKT ofllce
burned this afternoon. It is known
that sixteen or eighteen people liave
been burned to death or killed. Tho
tire which is still raging threatens
to be a big one. The flames In the
Union ofllce spread so rapidly that
only a few people of those in the
upper stories escaped. Mrs. Farley,
society editor, was instantly killed
by jumping from an upper window.
Tho composing room was on tho
ilfth floor and tho inmates were shut
out from any means of escape. A
dozen men ran to tho windows and
hung suspended by their hands
until their strength gave way, when
they dropped to the sidewalk and
were cither killed or fatally Injured.
There were forty persons In the
editorial room, and twenty arc
missing, hut it is hoped they escap
ed. Struggle for JtitslneM.
San FnANClsco, March 7. The
managers of tho Paclllc Coast Kteam
shlp'llne admit that the opening of
the California & Oregon road has mado
serlous inroads iu their passenger
business. They say, however, that
tho railroad Is getting very littlo of
tho freight traffic. Tho new railroad
.freight tarilV for through, business
between this city and Portland will
soon bo Issued with tho intention of
turning as much freight as possible
to the overland route. This is ex
pected to make tho competition for
this business very warm. Tho
steamship lino managers say they
are sure to have tho best of tho tight,
as they can make lower rates than
tho railroad can luTord to haul
freight for. They say that although
In tho course of time their passenger
business may be reduced to a consid
erable extent, they will always be
able to control the fi eight tralllc.
bpreckeU' Laudable Ambition-,
Nkw Yomc, March 7. Claus
8preckels in an Interview to-day re
garding tho proposed refinery said:
This is no Mull". In my old ago I
have but ono ambition. I wish, to
give employment to enough work
men to keep tho $50,000,000 or so
that Is annually spent abroad for
sugar, In thi country. I havo not
entered into this for gain solely.
When I decide on a location, which
will be In a fow weeks at the most,
I shall put a large forco at work and
shall begin refining sugar within a
year of this time In this vicinity r
Then wo shall see whether tho trust
can ruin me. In a few years there
will bo from ten to fifteen beet sugar
factories iu operation on the Pacific
Coast. But before that time I shall
bo turning out 8000 pounds of sugar
dally from my refinery In tho East.
More of the Strike.
Minneapolis, March 7. The
strlkoof engineers on tho Chicago,
Burlington & Qulncy road lias ox
tended to the Burlington &. North
ern. All Xirotherlioou engineers
nnd firemen left their engines at 10
o'clock this morning. Tho ollbct
lias not yet been observed, because
tho road does not send out piuwon
gor trains till 4:15 p. m. At that
time, tho oilldals claim tho oxpress
will start as usual, while tho
Brotherhood claim that the road
will not bo ablo to movo a a heel.
Tho strike alleots about one hun
The uipcror Critical.
BmtLiN, Mar. 7. Tho omporor of
Germany Is dying, Prince Bis
marck, wh6 had returned to tho
palace, has just loft again to oonveno
amostiugoftho ministers. Giand
Duchess of Badon, the ampuror's
daughter, and her husbaud, and the
Crown Priucoas of Sweden, tho em
peror's granddaughter, havo been
te'ographod for and will arrive in