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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1SS8.
GEO. W. BELT, ATTOIINEY AT LAW
and District Attorney. Ofllco at court
RAMSEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
and Counnelors at Law. Business In
the BuprcmQ Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
fTUXMON FOUD, ATTOIINEY AND
I Counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon.
Office, up stairs In Patton's block.
nEO. H, BUUNBHTTTORNEY AT
Ladd fc Bush's bnptc.
HAW & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Salem, Oregon, umco in i-aiion b
ock, up stairs oyer Bolt's drug store.
CI T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
ij Law. unico over ipuoi iwuuuiu
Bank. 219 Commercial Btreet, SalemfOr.
JW. SPRIGGS, ATTUILNKl AT LAW,
. Salem, Oregon. Ofllce In England's
block. Legal business or all Kinus. Aisq
boti) me ana nro lnsuniocu.
-MTM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W Salem, Oregon. Ofllco with Tllmon
Ford, in Patton's building. Will practloo
In nil the courts of Oregon. Collections
mode. Land otllco business a specialty.
PH.D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
. selor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
an abt-tmct of the records of Marion 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 Stite.
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING,. AND,
Shampooing neatly done. ' ' 1 1 U r
LADD & BUSH,
Salem, - Oregon. J
rpRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
X business in all Its branches.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rates.
Please g' c us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
tfB-All kinds of freah and cured meats
alwaj s on hand. Full weight and a'squaro
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
S8 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Fresh and Salt Meals!
And all kinds of
S A U S A O E'.
-The CLEANEST kept market in the
city. Cull and see for ypurself.
McCROW & WILLARD.
OSrOo to J. O'Donald'8 shop on High St.,
bctweeh Court and State. Salem, and get
one of J. M. Coultcr'H patent Improved
Llgbtwt Ladder made In Oregon.
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
HAVING I'UnCHABED THE RLACK
emlth shop known as Kelly's Old
Stand, I will hereafter be prepareU'to do Rll
Blacksmitliing & Rc-pairin
In the btt style known to the trade at
short notice. The bet 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,
Has constantly on hand a well rejected
Bcericke &. Sch reek's
:atly trinted ouing i
HAD UPON APPLICATION.
Trve B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Are tbe iurt and Best. H. W. COX
iltw only authorised agent. w
-OUl for the a 4 B. HomeopaUile Pre
paration asd aooupt no other.
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is .Manufactured by
GEO. M. PAEKER,
1S1 Fifth S.tregt, Portland, Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON,
DKALEK3 IN- j
STOVES AND TINWARE!
Roofing and Spouting a Specially.
S-Attho old stand of Ben. Strang, Com
M. M. MEAD,,
Filing Saws a Specialty,
Shop on the alley, opixjslte Mlntp's. Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
- f 'K
JtJSTJRECEIVED, A NEW STOCK t
? OF NEW STYLES IN
WALL PAPER 1
A FULL stock of
Fancy Goofls, Moldings,
'.Brackets, Picture Frames,
v Artists' Materials, Etc,
ALWAYS ON HANI).
W. M. SARGEANT, .
207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
FAKItAR'S BLOCK, STATE STHEET,
All kinds of Furniture made to order.
A full line of Caskets ahwiya on hand.
J. J. JENNINGS, 0. DS.
Teeth Bxtrated S Itboat Tain bj- a .New Process
rETH KILLKD WITH THE LATEST
Improved fillings. Plates mado on
short notleepajid" ut reasonable terms.
Gold fillings n specialty.
aj-Any and all work in the Dental line.
Office? In Brcyman's block over J. M. Rosen
berg A Oo's.
Ehtaiilishbd in USD.)
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
'SALEM, - r OREGON.
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Butter, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrup for Mince Meat, Currant! Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR,
A FEATURE OK 1&8.
Kor Sweet Cider. le ordors ut Kao-
tory OlBee, drop 11 I'ostnl, or-wo driver of
our delivery wagon.
We keen tniallon km ank Smllon demi
johns tbataro loaned to dittonieni (or u
term of six days. All ordeiK nroinptly
Oregon; Pjgach Bitters
About oighUien yemn ago I receUed u
hurt In my back from a pile of lumber
fulllne on me, and cer since had been
troubled with weak kidneys more or less;
and the hut year very much. Through the
recommendation of Henry Koene, I
boughj a bottle of H Klas's Oregon Peaeh
uiiieriiusapciore naa uucea uaii mo
found a great relief from It
ilendld remedy for the
kidneys, and heartily recommend It for the
mu. J, H. rORTKIl.
m m store
AuraavlUe, January 12, we.
MISS JULIA I. CHAMBERUN,
Voico CulturePiaifo & Harmony
Music Parlers: 3"-$szS!!nM
ESTABLISHED 11Y NATIONAL AUTHORITY.
' SALEM,---OREGON. J
Capital Paid up, - - - - 75,00,0
Surplus, ------ 9,500
II. 8. WALLACE, - - Tiesldcnt.
Jill. ALUEHT, . e ,-,- - Cashier.
J. M. Martin,
R. S. Wallace,
J. H. Albert,
T. McK. I'utton.
. .LOANS 1V1ADE
? v i
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In prlMito granaries or
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at leasonablc rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Kmnclfioo, Portland, London, laris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
, H. W. COX,
(Successor to Tiie Port DrujCo.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
Dm and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDfCINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOH THK CKLKliKATKI) .
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
i3Tho beHt five cent cigar in tbe mar
ket H. W. COX,
ICO Btnte Street. Sulcm.
Tin and Gopper Ware,
130, Matt Strut,
SALEM, - - OREGQN.
3tAgenU for the Ilo.vnton's furnnee.
tineciHiiy maun 01 roennt: ana. ki
.r . Norfytn'Qommorelal Htreut,
ALKAI, - - OllEGON.
Plumbing, Gas and Sfeara Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
a Specialty. -
-Agent for the RICIIAIIDBON A
BOYNTON CXIMPANVH Purnei. Kn
tablUbed in 1&9.
A taderboldt Sent to Wake up
LIGHTNING STRIKES THE CAPITOL
Senators and Congressmen Thrown info
"Tremor and Confusion by the Shook.
A MOST TERRIFIC CRASH.
Which Shakes the Ma&sivo Marble
Structure and Creates a Panic
Two Men Prostrated.
Washington, March i!2. The
iiHuoiiiil capitol was ntruck by light
ning yesterday afternoon suddenly.
First there was a blinding Hash,
followed iiihtantly by a report like
the explosion of a bombshell over
the building. Such was the territle
force of the stroke that it shook the
vast marble structure and rattled
the windows in all parts of the
building. The lightning ran in
streaks along the telegraph and elec
tric light wires and steam heating
pipes, causing a complete panic
among the employes in the building.
The report was so deafening as to
cause a temporary cessation of busi
ness in both houses of congress.
Benators and members of the house
jumped to their feet in terror, and
fomo little time elapsed before order.
could be restored in the limine. In
the basement of the capitol two
laborers to? prostrated by the
shock, but both soon recovered. All
the telegraph wires in the building
were destroyed except one.
Train Jumped the Track.
Han Diloo (Cal.), March .'. A
large freight locomotive jumped the
track near Carlsbad on Tuesday and
blockaded the road for some dis
tance. The train from the east was
delayed twenty-two hours. A large
force of men worked all night to
build it track around the wreck, and
it was not until noon yesterday
that trains were able to pass.
The V. V, KxpuctK no Strike.
Ni:w Youk, Mar. 22. President
Adams, of the Union Pacific, Is in
the city. He says he has no reason
to fear a strike on his road, because
there are no dlllerences between the
comjKiny and its employes.
Pnr Page Convicted,
Portland, March 22. Tho jur
in the ease of Tearl Page, tried for"
tho robbery of Dickinson, the Alas
ka miner, brought in tl verdict of
Thrown out unit Killed,
Santa Anna (Cal.), March 22.
T. J. Abbott, aged fifi years, an old
rcsidont of this place, was thrown
from his buggy and killed.
The ISinpeior Improving.
Bkklin. Mar. 22. The health of
His voice has improved.
Senator Dolph's bill, granting the
statu of Oregon live townships in
Orogon, including the famous Crater
lake, for a public park, passed the
renatyir l)lpl's bill granting to-
the King's Valley & 'ejK)rt Rail
road Company right of way through
thoKllet-z Indian restrvHtlon passed
The house bill authorizing the
secretary of war to coudomu landu
for improvement In tho Columbia
rivor, with Senator Dolph's amend
ment extending tho provisions to
Yaqulua bay, passed the senate, and
a committee of conference was
Free of Duty.
Washington, March 21. As
sistant Secretary Maynard has in
formed the Collector of Customs at
San Diego, Cal., that coal imported
from Northwestern Canada for use
by Spreekels' Sugar Refining Co.,
of San Francisco, being anthracite
coal, is exempt from duty under the
provisions of the free list.
liOS Angkles, March 21. A tire
which broke out in Hunter's restau
rant here to-day, destroyed tho place
and several stores adjoining. Tho
loss Is $10,000; $4000 insurance.
Organization of Alaiika.
Washington, March 21. The
house committee on territories to-day
decided to report tho bill for tho or
ganization of the territory of Alaska.
CALL FOR REPUBLICAN CONVENTION.
A republican convention for tho
state of Oregon is called to meet at
the 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 oftleers,
to-wit. Representative- in congress,
three presidential electors, supreme
judge and district olllcers, and to
select six delegates to attend tho
national republican convention,
and to transact such other business
as may properly come before the
convention. The convention will
consist of 209 delegates, nppc tion-
ed among the several counties as
!uki-r f, Uiko a
llenton 7 Ijuio 10
ClacUitinus t) I.lnn 10
Cliittfop 7 Malheur 'J
Coluinlim .. 4 Marlon It
Coos 7 Morrow , f
('look. il Multnomah 'SO
entry il Polk , II
Douulas ... 1) Tllhuuook .1
milium.. r, Umatilla 10
(!nmt 0 Union 8
.IuoIcmiii .7 Wiillowu I
Joiephlno- 4 Wiu-ro .. II
Klntniith II Washington 8
The same being ono delegate at
largo from each county and one
delegate for every ICO voters and
one for every fraction over ono-half
thereof, cast for Hon. liinger Her
mann, congressman, at the last
general election. Tho committee
recommend that the primaries be
held March 31, 1888, and tho
county conventions April !, 1888,
unless otherwise- ordered by the
county central committee.
Republican electors and voteis of
the state, without regard to past
political alllllations, who believe hi
the American principle- of protect
ive tariff and dignifying American
labor, giving free, popular educa
tion to the masses of the people,
ellectually protecting all human
rights In every section of our com
mon country, and who desire to
promote friendly feeling and per
manent harmony throughout tho
state by maintaining a government
pledged to these olnects and prin
ciples, are connaiiy invited to unite
in selecting delegates to the rejuuV
lican state convention. Respect
.Make no illhtake.
By dispelling the symptoms so
often mistaken for Consumption,
SANTA AJHK has brought glad
ness to many a household. Ry its
prompt use for breaking up the cold
that too often develops into that
fatal disease, thousands can bo saved
from an untimely grave. You make
no mistake by keeping a bottle of
this pleasant remedy In your house.
CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURH Is
equally ollectlvo In eradicating all
traces of Nasal Catarrh. Roth of
these wonderful California remedies
are sold and warranted by I), W.
Matthews & Co., 100 State street,
Salem. $1.00 a package, .1 for Iti.oO.
IIuIWIdb Lot far Sale I!
Willis & Chambcrlln have a few
desirable building lota in Kant
Salem for sale on reasonable terms.
Parties desiring eligible building
sites would do well tooxamiuuthom,
as only a few such lots are to bo had
in the city limits. Also, !? lots In
North Halem at special bargains.
The ladles of tho Woman's College
Association will give, alniut the
middle of April, a two day's steam
boat excursion to the Ca&cados,
They proposo making this the
event of the season, so far asgonulne
pleasure and enjoyment goes.
The Raging Big Muddy Jverflow
ing ils Banks.
MET THE WRONG OPERATOR. .
Two Fellows Determined (o Assassinate
a Telegraph Operator, but got Left.
ANOTHER STRIKE PROUABLK.
Tho Chicago and Northwestern Em
ployes Ready, lint nro Waiting
for a Conference.
Minni:aioms, MarchSl. It tran
spires that a general tie-up of North
western roads has only been pre
vented by Chief Arthur's counsels.
The men have been on tho point of
striking for some time, but were un
willing to take the responsibility of
doing so without the approval of the
grand olllcers and the support of the
Committees of engineers and fire
men went to Chicago yesterday to
consult Arthur. On the result of
their visit depends whether a gener
al tie-up will be begun or not.
Attempted AhsiibsIiiuI Urn.
Hixkna, (Ark)., March fil. Last
night about two o'clock there was
an attempt made to burglarize tho
safe in the Union depot of the Irons
Mountain road and the St. Louis &
Texas railroad, and to assassinate
the operator, named Bowles, at Net
tleton, billowing to the bravery and
the presence of mind of Howies, tho
attempt proved aboi live. Tho oper
ator heard coniiderablo noise on tho
platform and awaited developments.
Presently there was a knock at tho
door, with a icqiicsttoopcn it ; that
some pai ties deshed to send a tele
gram. Tho operator became sus
picious, placed a revolver in hideout
pocket, and opened the door. Wlicn
he got the door open he saw two
men heavily masked. They said
nothing, seemed to be surprised at
Ills appearance. Howies, surmizing
their design, pulled his pistol and
tired, but owing to ills excitement,
he missed his aim.
The would-be robbers returned the
lire, but, owing to tho alertness of
liowles in getting into the depot, ho
was not hurt. One of the bullets,
however, went through his sleeve.
A posse was soon afterward organ
ized to capture the would-be assassins
and burglars, but up to tho piesent
they have not been captured or
Deruulter to h liupciiclinil.
Loui.svim,i:, March 21. A db
patch from Frankfort states that the
senate judiciary committee and the
committee appointed yesterday by
the house in their joint teport to tho
legislatuie concerning the proper
measures to be taken in the Tate
defalcation case recommend his Im
peachment. The report says that
(he suspension by tho governor does
not vacate the otllce, and that im
peachment Is tho only constitutional
means by which an absconding
treasurer may be removed and his
place made vacant.
I'IimmIn on tint .Mlnixiuil.
Poi'i.AK Rivhii (Mont.), March
121. lco in the Missouri river broke
yesterday, lee dams formed, and
It overflowed its banks, and tho
whole river bottom, which includes
millions of acres of laud, is inundat
ed for over one hundred miles.
There will be gitsnt loss of cattle.
Settlers living in the bottom lauds
have gone to tho hills. The water
Is higher than ever known In the
lluil lint In I'ditiiKnl.
Orou'io, March 21. While a jier
formauco was in proguws In the
Ilautpiet theater last night an ex
plosion of gtis opcuned, and the
theater took lire and was destroyed.
Thohouwt was full of simulators.
Ten bodies have been reeovurud from
tho ruins. Many persons were In