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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1S8S.
(t and District Attorney. Offlcc at court
EO. AV. BELT, ATTORNKY AT LAW
RAMSEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
and Counselors at Law. Business In
the Supreme Court a specialty, balem, Or.
TILM6nFOHd7 ATTOIlNEY AND
Counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon.
Office, up stairs In Patton's block.
r(EbrH.BUltNETT, ATTORNEY AT
VX Law, Salem, Oregon. Office over
Ijidd &. Bush's bank.
QHAW &"GREGG7ATrpUNEYS AT
O Law, Salem, Oregon. Office In l'atton s
block, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
O-TriUCHARDS0N, ATTOUNEY AT
O. Law. Office over Capitol National
Bank, 249 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
T W. SPIUGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
-I oni.m rtmemn ntllnfi In Kntrlanu 8
block. Legal business of all kinds. Also,
botn lire ana nrc iusuiuuku.
M7 KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
-. l-...n.. tltnnn .with Tllmnil
Ford, In Patton's building. Will practice
i nit ihn nnnrin nf Orpcoii. Collections
made. Land office business a specialty.
PH. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
. sclor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
an abstract of the records of Marlon coun
ty. Including a lot and block index of Sa
lem, he has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
H, DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St,, bet. Ferry and State.
HAIR " CUTTING AND
O Shampooing noavly done,
LADD & BUSH,
B A N K KRS !
Salem, - Oregon.
MMtANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
X business in alMts branches.
304, Commercial St.fSilcru,
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
consUratly on hand, and -delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rates.
Please give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor,
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
JUS-An iklnds of fresh and 'Cured meats
always amhund. Full welghtand a'square
deal all uround.
The SALEM MARKET
98 COURT STREESL
Constantly on hand the bcst-quullty of
And all kinds of
S A. US .AO E
3Tbe CLEANEST kept market in the
city. Call aadeeefof yourself;
McCROW k WIIAARD.
A9-GO to J. O3)onald's shop on High St..
between Court and State, Salem, and get
one of J. M. CouUor's patent Improved
Lightest LaUer made In Oregon.
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
HAVING PURCHASED THE BLACK
smlth shop known us Kellyti Old
Stand, I will hereafter bo prepared to do all
In the best style known to the trade at
short notice. The best of workmen em
ployed, and all work guaranteed to give
Hors'eshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Stand, Salem, Or.
H. W. COX,
Has constantly on hand u well wleoted
Bcericke & Schreck's
A NEATLY PRINTED QUIDE TO BE
HAD UPON APPLICATION.
The B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Are the Purest and Best. U. W. COX
it tbe'only authorized Agent.
JO-Call for the U. 4 a Jloroop4tblc Pre
paraUons and aept no otbr.
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
1S1 Fifth Street, Portland, Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON,
4 ' 1
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofing and Spouting a Specialty.
AB-At'tho old stand of Ben. Strang, Com
M. M. MEAD, .
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite Mlnto's'Llv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
JUST RECEIVED, A NEW STOCK
OF NEW STYLES IN
A FULI. STOCK OF
Fancy jGqpos, Moldings,
Brackets, Picture Frames,
""" Artists' Materials, Etc.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
, W. M. SARGEANT,
' i 207 Commercial Street, Salem. Or. ti
J . . . .!.
FARRJWRW 1J1XXJK, STATE STREET,
All kinds of Furniture made to m'der.
A ruiutneor uaslcets always on band.
JJ, JENNINGS, D. DS.
TtttS Sxlrititt Wltboat Fain by a New rraeess
rnKErH" filled -vith the latest
I . Improved fillings. Plates, made on
short notice, and ai reasonable terras.
Goldimittga a specialty.
tfS-Any nd all work In the Dental tine.
Olllce in Boeyman's block over J. M. Uoen
bergACo's. f EBtahlished in 1679.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Cider Jelly, Cnrrant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Duller, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrup for Mince Meal, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR,
A FEATURE OP 1888.
For Sweet Cider, leave orders at Fac
tory Olllce, drop n loital, or see driver of
our delivery wagon.
Wo keep ogallon kegs ank gallon demi
johns that are loaned to customers for a
term of blx days. All orders promptly
Oregon Peach Bitters
About eighteen years ago I received a
hurt In my back from a pile of lumber
fulling on me, and ever since had been
troubled with weak k'rtaeys more or leas;
and the hut year very much. 'Through the
recommendation of Henry Keene, I
bought a bottle of II. Khu's Oregon reach
Hitter and before I bad taken half the
bottle I found a great relief from It. I
believe It to be a splendid remedy for the
kldneye, and heartily recommend It for the
ante. J. 1. roitTKII.
AuAsvllle, January 12, ISStJ.
MISS JULIA L CHAMBE
Voice Culture, Piano & Harmony
Music Parlors:. 3"'Sf55?r,,j!
' Bank Block,
SALEM, .... OREGON.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHOHITY.
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, - -
- - OREGON.
- - - $75,000
- - - - 9,500
K. S. WALLACE, - - President.
, - Vice-President.
J. H, ALBERT Cashier.
W. W. Martin,
R. a Wallace,
J. If. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
W. T. Gray,
J. M. Martin,
To farmers on wheat and other' market
" ablo produce, consigned or in store,
either in private granaries or !
public warehouses. I
Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par.
, COMMERCIAL PAPER' j
Discounted at Teasonablo rates' Drafts
drawn direct on. New York, Chicago, SJan
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llcrlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
J ri: w. cox.
((Successor toho Port Drug Go.) s
10Q State Strjet, Salem, Oregon.
Drags and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR TIIR CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
.3-TCie best Ave cent cigar In the mar-
II. W. COX,
100 State Street, Salem.
Steiner & Blosser
Tin and Copper Ware,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
SAgent for tho noynton's furnaco.
specialty made of rooting and spouting.
M'ciauy iiihuu oi room
At. E. STRANG,
No. an Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
, a Specialty.
Agent for the IUOHAnDHON A
nOVNTON COMPANY'S Furoaees. B
UblUbed in 1W9.
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Full Reciprocity Asked by
END OF EASTERN BLIZZARD.
Many Lives LostWeather
Moderating Food Supply
BURNED THEIR WAY OUT.
The Two Jordan Roys Burn Their
Way Out of the I'olk County
Special to tho Cavital Jouunau
Dallas (Or.), Mnrch 16th. This
morning when Shuriil' Groves open
etl the county jail to feed the
prisoners he found that the two
Jordan boys, who were arrested in
Salem during January, for stealing
two horses belonging to Thomas
Jones, of Polk county, had made
their escape during the night. They
had built a fire on the iloor of the
cell in which they were confined,
burning a hole through it largo
enough to admit the passage of their
bodies, when they dropped through
to the furnace room below and
struck tint for liberty. At 1 :!50 p. in.
to-day their whereabouts aro un
known. Bennewitz, who was con
fined in an adjoining cell was asleep
at the time of their escape and made
no efl'ort to join them. This is the
second time the Jordan boys have
succeeded in breaking from tho
Polk county jail.
They Want ltcclproeity.
Ottawa (Can.), Mar. 16. What
promises to be the principnl debate
of this session of the Canadian
house of commons begun yesterday,
by Sir Itichard Cartwright moving
the adoption of his resolution in
favor of unrestricted reciprocity
between the United States and
Canada. His first reason for the
adoption of his resolution is on the
ground of popularity.
Tho lUUzarri'ft Work,
New York, Mar. 16 The weather
this morning is again warm and
bright, with prospects of much Jhaw
ing. The railroads leading Into the
city are all moving trains, business
men In New Jereey, Long Island
and the upper part of the State
reached New York this morning for
the first time since Saturday. Some
of the surface cars are running.
First Train Through.
PlTTSHUiia, Mar. 16. The first
through train from Philadelphia
over the Pensylvanla road reached
here this morning. The passengers
state that between Harrisburg and
Philadelphia the snow was drifted
to the depth of 60 feet. At many
points the houses are completely
CiMiimerclal Union with Citnuilu.
Wahhincito.v, March 16. The
house committee on foreign relations
unanimously voted to-day to report
favorably the Hill rebolutlonsto pro
mote commercial union with Can
ada. Don't Want to Fight.
London, Mar. 16. A challenge
issued by Magnus to Mitchell to
again fight Sullivan is sanctioned
by Sulllvun, but Mitchell positively
declines to fight again.
New York, Mar. 16. The deaths
In Essox County, N, V., from the ef
fects of the blizzard, will number
Philadelphia, Mar. 16. Many
stories of disasters come from Dela
ware. The last reports say that
twenty-two persons have been
drowned or frozen to death. Twenty-eight
vessels have been driven
ashore and the loss to shipping is
estimated at half a million dollars.
It is estimated that ten thousand
telegraph poles are down between
New York and Washington.
lllg Flood Imminent.
Fout AssitfAitoiNK, (Mont.) Mar.
15 Tho ice in the Missouri river
is rapidly breaking up and a general
fioodis already in progress. The
Manitoba bridge on the Telon Is
gone. Water in the three rivers is
rising at a rate never before known,
and all trains on the western divis
ion of the Manitoba road have been
Food Supply Short.
Now York, Mar. 15 Tho food sup
ply is running very short in New
Jersey towns. There is but little
fresh meat. No milk, eggs, or veg
etables can be obtained at any price.
The chances for getting releif from
hero are very jsmall, as tho supply
is decidedly short. Tho first mail
from Philadelphia and Baltimore
since Monday morning, came in
ltlalne Itcady for Action.
Wasiiinoton, Mar. 15. .Tamos
G. Blaine writes to intimate friends
in tliis city that In returning to
America in June, he Avill come
direct to New York and not by way
of Japan and California, as was the
original programme. He will tinio
his arrival In order to reach this
country after the republican nation
al convention shall have completed
Council Bluffs, March 15.
The Union Pacific engineers who
abandoned their engines yesterday
are on duty again this morning.
Freight tralllc is going on as usual,
Burlington freight not being
Clieinlciil Paper Works llurued.
Boston, March 15. Tho great
works of the Chemical Paper Com-
pahy at Holyoke, were destroyed by
fire last night. Palmer's block and
other buildings in Amherst, were
also destroyed. The loss is very
Ni:w Yohk, March 15. In the
city of New York there are about
five hundred dead bodies awaiting
the removal of the snow drifts,
which prevent their interment.
PuliitrrH In Chicago Strike.
Chicaoo, March 15. Over ;i,000
painters will go on a strike to-day
unless the wages Is raised to thirty
seven and a half cents an hour, an
Increase of 10 cents.
Helpful- tli hun'erers.
Mandan (1). T.), Tho Mandan
Boiler Mill Company this afternoon
shipped it car load offirst grade Hour
to the Hiifierers from the efi'ects of
the bli.znrd in the East.
Nnutv Storm In (icrmiinj.
Bhhlin, Mar. 15. The city Is
sufi'erlng from a heavy snow fall,
which, if It does not cease, will
seriously Interfere with the funeral
arrangements of the late emperor.
rinlifrirs Treat) Vondviiiiiel.
Nkw YoitK, March 15. The
Board ot Trade has adopted n set of
resolutions condemning the fishery
treaty as unjust and inequitable,
and usldng congress to reject it.
London, March 14. Tho market
pluoo at Cabir, Hungary, was burn
ed to the ground yesterday. Many
lives were lost.
ii iii i i
Y i 1
The Dead Emperor's Advice
to his Successor
A MILK AND COAL FAMINE.
wenty Funeral Processions
Blockaded ly Snow in
A Town in West Virginia on Fire, anil
no Fire Company or flood Chance
for Outside Help.
Paiiki:svillk (W. Va.), March
14 Last night it was reported that
tho town of Harrisvlllo was on firo
and burning rapidly. This place is
tho county seat of Ritchie county,
adjoining tills, and lias one little
narrow gauge road oil' the main line,
so that communication is difficult.
A messenger brought tho news that
a large hotel and a number of res
idences were gone, and that the firo
was making toward the court house
and burning rapidly. The town has
no fire company and a high wind is
The Demi Ihnperor'tt AiUlee.
BmtLiN, March 1 1. Tho advice
which tho dead Kmpcror gave his
grandson, tho Crown Prince, is pub
lished to-day. It is as follew:
"Do not provoke war, but do not
shun one If it lie Just. Holdfast to
the alliance with Austria, and con
fide in her, for this alliance is the
stronghold of peace."
Referring to Russia, tho Emperor
said. "Treat tho Emperor of Russia
with consideration, for you know his
Important Criminal Trial.
San Fuancihco, March 14. Tho
cases of Senaca A. Swahn and Clara
Belle McDonald, for grand larceny
and forgery, went over to-day until
next Monday for trial. Swahn wilt
bo tried for attempting to leave for
the east with $20,000 In money and
diamonds belonging, It is alleged, to
R. H. McDonald ; and Clara Belie
for forging Dr. McDonald's iiamo to
fivo certificates of Central Pacific
Jtallroiul stockand securing therefor
$10,000 from Senator Stanford.
PmieralM Hniiw Hound.
Ni:v Yohk, Mar. 11. On tho
way to Calvary cemetery, twenty
funerals are blockaded by snow
drifts on Borden avenue. Tho
colllns had to be taken in over
night to the houses convenient, and
many of those In attendance had to
lie dug out of the drifts in an almost
Spoiled the KlertlollH.
.Ii:n8i:v City, March 11. Yester
day was the day set for holding tho
spring elections In many towns In
New Jersey. The roads being Im
passable, but very few managed to
get to the polls, ami In many in
stances the polls were not opened at
lliiiidall'H l.ltle lllll.
Washington, March H. Ran
dall expressed himself freely on tho
significance of his new tarlfi' bill.
Ho says It would reduce- the revenue
seventy millions, of which twenty
five millions will come out of the
schedules of Import duties and tho
rust from internal revenues.
California Slato Contention.
Han Fuancihco, March M. Tho
Republican State Central Com
mittee held a nicoting to-day ami
decided to hold a State Convention
in Paerameiuto .May 1st, to elect
delegates to the National Conven
tion to be held In Chicago.
Deep Snow In Troy.
Thoy N. Y., Mar. 14. Snow 1
over four feet high on a level in this
city and in many places tho drlftH
reaoh to the second story windows
of dwelling houses.