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MARCH 16, 1SSS.
IHOIST OI THE SITUATION.
GEO. W. BEI-T, ATTOItNEY ATUAV
and District Attorney. Otlleo nt court
RAMSEY A BINGHAM, A'ITOpE3
and Counselors nt Law. Business in
the Supremo Court n specialty, Bnlcm, Or.
MON FORD. ATTOHKX A-"u
Counselor at Iiw, Salem, Oregon.
up stairs in ration's uiuck.
j-aVT, IT. HtTRNETT. ATTORNEY AT
f Tjiw. Rnlrm. Oreson. Otttce over
Ijidd it Bush's bank.
CJHAW & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
C5 Law, Salem, Oregon. Olllce, In Pntton's
block, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
rj T. mCHARDSON,.ATTORNE AT
O. Law. Offlco over Capitol National
Bank, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
T W. SPRIGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J. Salem, Oregon. Olllco In England's
block. Legal business of all kinds. Also
both life and firo Insurance.
WM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Salem, Oregon. Offlco with Tllmon
Ford, in Patton's building. Will practice
In nil the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land offlco business n specialty.
PH. D'AROY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
. selor nt Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
an abstract of tho records of Marlon coun
ty, including a lot and block index of Sa
lem, he has special facilitiee for examining
titles to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
enampooing nuiuy uuuc (
LADD & BUSH,
B A. N K E R S J
Salem, - Oregon.
KANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
business in all its Branches.
300, Commercial St.)SIem.
CHOICE STEAKS OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of tho city at lowest living rates.
I'icaso give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
JTB-AU kinds of fresh and curod meats
always on hand. Full welghtand a'squaro
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
08 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
tell and Si Meats !
And nil kinds of
2-The CLEANEST kept market In tho
city. Call and seo for yourself.
MCCROW & W1LLARD.
03-Go to J. O'Donald's shop on High st.,
between Court and-State, Salem, and ct
one of J. 31. Coulter's patent improved
Lightest Ladder made In OrfgsiL
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
HAVING PURCHASED THE BLACK
smith shop known as Kelly's Old
stand, I will hereafter be prepared to do all
itiimg oe itepairing
In the best stylo known to the trade at
hort notiee. Tho best of workmen em
ployed, nnd all work guaranteed to give
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Stand, Salem, Or.
H. W. COX,
Ha constantly on hanil a well selected
Boericke & Schreck's
KD GUIDE TO BE
HAD UPON AITMCATI
The B. & S, PREPARATIONS
, Are the Purest and Bet. H. W. COX
-Call for the H, A H. Homeopathic Fre
pflratkm And aeet pt no other.
Woven Wire Bed I
ON THIS COAST 1
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PAEKER,
1 Fifth Street, Portland, Or. .
For wile by
A. T. YEATON,
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofiog and Spouting a Specially.
jraAttlin nlrt stmfri nf Tnn. Ktrnncr. Com
m. m. m:bax,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on tho alley, opposite Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
JUST RECEIVED, A NEW STOCK
OF NEW STYLES IN
A FULL STOCK OK
Fancy Goods, Moldings,
Brackets, Picture Frames,
Artists' 'Materials, Etc.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. M. SARGEAttTr-i
. 1XJ7 Commercial Street, Salcn., Or.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
All kinds of Furniture made lo order.
A full line of Caskets always on band.
J. J. JENNINGS, D. OS.
Teeth Extracted Witboit Ftln by a Xew Process
mEETH FILLED WITH THE LATEST
i improved linings, nates mnao on
ort notice, and nt reasonable terms.
Gold fillings a. specialty.
S-Any and all work in the Dental line.
Olllcccln Breyman's block over J. M. Rosen,
berg & Co's.
ESTAM'.ISIIED IN 1879.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
liutter, oweet and inampagne lider, Lider
Syrup for Mince Ileal, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FKATURE OF 1684
For Sweet Cider, leave orders at Fac
tory Calico, drop ft Postal, or see driver of
our (ieu in- wucon.
Wo keoi. -millmi kecs ank 3-callan rioinl
Johns tlmt, to IojiikhI to oustomen) for u
leni) Of su anys. aii oruers promiuiy
Oregon Peach Bitters
About eighteen year ago I received a
hurt In my buck from a pile of lumber
foiling on me, and ever Kinco had been
troubled with weak kldnevi more or lem:
and the last year very inueh. Through the
recommendation of Henry Keene, I
bought a bottle of II. Klaa'a Oregon l'eaeh
Bitters and befora 1 bad taken half the
bottle I found a great relief from .It. I
believe It to be a splendid remedy for the
kidney , and heartily recommend It for tlie
AumsvJlle, January u, lm.
MISS JULIA L. CHAMBERLIN,
Voice Culture, Piano & IlUrniony
Music Parlers: 3"' &oU1
Bank Block, '
SALEM, - - - - 0REG0N.-
KSTAULISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY.
- - OREGON.
- - - $75,000
- - - - 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
, - Vice-President.
J.;il. ALHERT, .... Cashier.
W. W. Martin,
R. S. Wallace,
' J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
W. T. Gray,
J. M. Martin,
To farmers on wheat and 'other market-
unie produce, consigned or In store,
either in private granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Dlsoounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago. San
Francisco, Portland, London, l'arls, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
H. w. cox,
(Successor to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street. Salem. Oreeon.
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBItATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
3-Tho best five cent cigar In the mar
ket. II. W. COX,
100 State Street, Salem.
Tin and Copper Ware,
130, State Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
A2-AEonts for tho Iloynton'H furnace. A
peclalty ma do of rooting and Rjioutlng.
A. E. STRANG,
No. WO'Commerclal Htreet,
, SALEM, - OREGON.
Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
-Agent for tbe
tabllibed In IMS).
Wholesale Family Murder in
And Aliout to Petition the U.
S. Court for the Appoint
ment of a Receiver.
SANTA FB ENGINEERS STRIKE.
And Railroad llusiness in tho South
and West Paralyzed Just now.
El Paso (Texas), March 1G. All
trade with the western states is
tin-own into utter confusion by the
strike of Engineers ami fireman on
the Atcliinson, Topckn & Santa Fe
road in obedience to orders received
from tho Brotherhood. Trafllc for
the west has to move over tho rails
of the A. T. & S. P. road and through
its yards to the Mexican Central
road. An enormous freight block
ade will bo the inevitable result,
which, under the most favorable
circumstances, it will take a long
time to relieve.
San Bkrnardino (Cal.), Mar. lti.
It is expected that tho engineers
on the Central road between here
and San Diego will strike to-day on
account of the road handling Bur
lington freight. They have already
stopped on the Atlantic and Pacific
JBist of Barstpw.
Omaha, Mnr. 10. Business on
the Union Pacific is moving along
here as usual this morning. All C.
B. fc Q. cars are left on tho sidings.
Terrible Family itlurdei',
Faiiifiklt) (111.), Mar. 10 D. W.
Warren waa arrested yesterday for
murder of his wife on last Sunday.
After being arrested ho asked to seo
his two daughters, Annie, aged 8
years and Cora, aged 3 years. "When
brought to him by tho oillccr, he
pulled a revolver from his sleeve
and shot the eldest girl through the
forehead, then shot the younger
one in the back nnd himself through
the heart. It was all done so quickly
that the officers could not stop him.
All are dead.
Stockholders In the liiirllngton, Uneiixy.
Chicaoo, Mar. 10. An uneasy
feeling prevails in railroad circles
and fears are entertained of a general
strike. A report is current tlmt
eastern stockholders are becoming
dissatisfied with tho condition of af
fairs on the Burlington, and that
several stockholders In New York,
all of whose means are invested in
Burlington stock, had decided to
appeal to tho LJ. S. Court for tho ap
pointment of n receiver for tho road.
Another Murder In Hllilreth.
Fkksko Mar.10 News of tho third
murder in tho town of Hildrcth in
the past week was brought in this
morning. Tho victim tills timo was
an Indian named George; his body
was found with a gun shot wound
in the back. Thuro is no cluu to the
murduror and no reason is known
for (ho deed, as tho Indian was
Kiuiuh Nothing About It.
CiucAOO, Mar. 10. Chief Arthur,
of tho Brotherhood of engineer,
stated (Ills morning that ho was
groat Iy surprised nt tho Mrlko of tho
Bantu Ko engineers and said ho
knew no cause for such auUou.
Jle unci Ilipluln.
I'Aitm, March 10. The cabinet
has summoned Boulnngor to Purls
to explain his connection with the
En. JouitNAii-. Wliile the (pies
ion is being discussed, both privately
nnd through the public press, as "to
the propriety of tho temporanco
people putting a third party ticket
in the Held at our approaching state
nnd national elections, I wish to
oiler n few thoughts on the subject
nnd by looking back over tho pnst,
seo which is the more Judicious
course to pursue.
By way of prefaco I will say that
I am as thorough a temperance
man, nnd prohibitionist for tlmt
matter, as lives in tho stnto of Ore
gon, nnd have not one particle of
sympathy with tho Oregonian and
its "me toos," while claiming to
favor temperance yet all tho time
"giving aid and comfort to its
enemies," but am opposed to the
saloon, llrst, last nnd all tho time.
All admit that tho saloon is a
mighty power in our lnnd for evil,
and that continually, and that it is
the solemn duty of every good
citizen to oppose tills monster evil
with all his might, and I believe it
to l)e beyond doubt tlmt if we could
unify our opposition as thoroughly
ns its adherents are in Its favor, that
the battle while it might bo sharp
it would also be short and ero
many years not a vestige of tills
curse of curses would bo visible in
our otherwise happy country.
The ono Important question then
is "will we unite ?" Wo will in
vestigate the subject a littlo nnd seo
wlmt we can ellect. AVe will go to
our friends, the democrats, and say:
"Gentlemen, this is a most important
question, and wo want you to leave
your present party atllliations and
help us to drive the demon from our
midst." They reply: "You uro
mistaken in your men; ours is not
much of u temperance party any
way, and besides having so lcccntly
gained our tirst important victory in
a quarter of a century ,Iwo think you
ask of us just a little too much to
give up so many good things all at
once." We ask our republican
friends to give us a lift but receive
for an answer: "This whisky ques
tion is not the only one before the
American people. Tho war and Its
memories are too vivid in our minds"
to think of giving up the grand old
party; besides, your third party
people beat us in our last electron,
don't talk to us." Tho old parties
will not, neither can they be ex
pected to, give up their organiza
tions. Tho ono is too much flushed with
Its recent victory, thu other too con
scious of the rectitude of its position
and the glory of its achievements
during tho darkest days of our
My friends, candidly, what is our
duty nt tho present time? I never
could sec much success in continued
defeat. Success Is the goal for which
wc are striving. AVe may bo defeat
ed but we can rally our forces again ;
but one complete victory over tho
whisky power will drive it from our
country, for if tho spirit is gone the
body will depart also. Let us then
unite with any who will help us.
Let us learn wisdom from our
friends, tho enemy. Attend the
primaries of our respective parties ;
control tho conventions ; nominate
the best men we can, but If a better
man Is on the other ticket still im
itate tho wisdom of tho whlskoyites
nnd scratch! bchatch! SCItATCII!
Had wo acted thus wisely, wo should
not now have a majority of the su
preme court in tho Interest of the
whiskey jKiwer. So also wo would
haven Prosecuting Attorney, who
would prosecute saloon keepcis and
gamblers the snnieasothercrlmlnals.
Wo should have acouuty board that
would not grant license to sell tho
actirsed Htuil'whcru the citizens have
remonstrated in largo majorities.
We would then have iixui otir stat
ute books a "Keiuly Law" or some
thing better. We would not then
have gambling carried on in our
midst without let or hindrance, and
after years had olupsod only one lit
tle "guilty" ami lined ftt). Yes, my
friends, I verily Intlleve that If we
would act wisely we could huve
laws that would protect our homus,
nnd oiueors that would "lot no guil
ty man escape." AVill we make
Heavy Fire in (lie City of
A TOUCHING MEETING.
Tho Widowed Empress Visits
her son, the new Emper
or. TIIK CHIXKSK TKEATY.
The Four Provisions That it Contains
Washington, March 15. Tho
new Chinese treaty has four provis
ions. First, it relates to laborers; It
defines laborers nnd stntos that nil
laborers hereafter shall bo excluded
from entering the United States,
except two classes, llrst those who
show that they leave property in tho
United States to tho value of $1000,
nnd secondly those who leave a wifo
or family in the United States; nil
laborers who establish either of
these facts will bo entitled to return.
It is provided, however, In tho first
provision of tho treaty that Chinese
laborers who leave this country for
China must establish these two facts
to the satisfaction of tho American
oillccr before they depart. It is also
stated that after tho Chlneso laborer
has made proof of either of theso
facts and lias departed, tho Ameri
can Government may Investigate
the truth of said evidence, and In
event that it Is found that the evi
dence Is false, the right to return
may lie cancelled.
Tho second provision relates to
merchants. It provides that mer
chants shall be permitted to enter
this country upon a certificate from
tho Chinese Government, approved
by tho American Consul at tho port
from which tho merchant departs',
certifying that tho bearer of tho
certificate is a merchant. Counsel
for the Chinese minister states that
this provision of the treaty guaran
tees to this country, provided the
American Consul bo honest, that
only bona fide merchants shall re
ceive certificates certifying that they
Tho third provision relates to the
claims of Chinamen who have been
expelled from towns on tho Paciflo
const. The total amount of damages
aggregates about $.'100,000. The
Chinamen who were expelled from
Eureka, Humboldt, California, from
Seattle, Tacoum and other olnts on
tho Pacific coast, have submitted an
estimate of the Injury they sustained
by being driven from their occu
pations, and the Chinese govern
ment now presents these claims on
the ground that this uovcrnment
guaranteed protection to theso peo
ple, which It falicd to afford.
The fourth provision states that
this convention between tho two
nations shall exist for a term of
twenty years from the date of tho
ratification of the treaty. Counsel
for tho Chinese Minister states ho
lielleves that this treaty removes all
grounds upon which tho law has
thus far been evaded. It placed the
matter of the Issuing, of certificates
entirely In the hands of tho collector
of the port, or some other American
whose duly It will be to authenticate
the evidence which the Chinaman
oilers them as possessed of $1000 or
upward, or a family which he
leaves ltchlud. Secondly, ho states,
It removes the objection to Issuing
writs oflmbeiiw corpus, because the
Chinese laborer will not bo entitled
to land except he can prove either
tlmt he has left behind $1000 or up
wards, or a family.
Mlltwiukeu I ax it l'lre.
MiJ.WAiJiciu; (Wis.), March lo.
.A four-story brick block In West
Water street took fire tills morning
at l:-lft, nnd was completely destroy
ed. The structure fell about an
hour after tho fire broke out, de
molishing tho one-story addition In
the rear, in which were a number of
firemen, who wore burled in tho
ruins. Two bodies have been taken
out. The loss will be about $276,000.