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SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY, MARC PI 2S, 1SSS.
GEO. W. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
nncl District Attorney. Otllce nt court
RAMSEY & 1IINGIIAM, ATTORNEYS
, and Counselors nt Law. liusiness in
ihe Supreme Court n specialty. Salem, Or.
rnlLMON FORD, ATTORNEY AND
I Counselor nt Law, Salem, Oregon.
Olllce, up stairs In Pattern's block.
GEO. H. UItNETT, ATTOUNEY AT
Lnw, Salem, Oregon. Otllce over
Ladd & Bush's bank.
MlIAW A GKEQG, ATTOltNEYS AT
O Law, Salem, Oregon. Olllco in Pattern's
block, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
a t. hichaudson7attorney at
O Law. Otllce over Cnpltol National
Ha'uk, 249 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
r w."spriggs7attorneyat LAAV,
J. Salem, Oregon, Offlcoin England's
block. Legal business of all kinds. Also
both life and flro Insurance.
TTM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
V Salem, Oregon. Otllce with Tilmou
Kord. in Patton's building. Will practice
,n all the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land olllco business a specialty.
D H. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
I scloratLaw, Salem, Oiegon. Having
an abstract of the records of Marlon coun
y. Including n lot and block index of Sa
lem, he hns special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
J HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
J Shampooing neatly done.
LADD & BUSH,
B A N K K R S !
Salem, - Oregon.
rpRANSACTS A GENERAL HANKING
X bublness In all its branches.
ilOO, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living ratts.
Please give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
US-All kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and alsqimre
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
fell and Salt Meats J
And tdl kinds of
S AUS AG- E.
3The CLEANEST .kept market in the
city, call una see tor .yourseu.
McCROW & WILLARD.
(JS-Go to J. O'Donald's shop on High St.,
between Court and State, Salem, nnd get
ono of J. M. Coulter's patent Improved
Lightest Ladder made lu Oregon.
Kelly's Old Stand ! I
HAVING PURCHASED THE BLACK
emlth shop known as Kelly's Old
htund, I will hereafter be prepared to do all
In the best stylo known to the trndo nt
short notice. The bout of workmen cm-
ployed, nnd nil work guaranteed to elve
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Stand, Sulom, Or.
JH. W. COX,
llas constantly on hand
a well seleeted
Bcericke & Schreck's
A NEATLY I'niNTKO OUIDB TO HE
HAD UIOS A1TLICATIOS.
Tne B. k S. PREPARATIONS
Are the Purest and TUwt. IL W. COX
tr the only authoring ut.
-OiU for the IL A H. IIomeoDQthlC Pre-
parftUona and accept do otocr.
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is .Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
1X5 Fifth Street, Portlnnd. Or.
For snlo by
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofing and Spouling a Specialty.
3Attho old stand of Ben. Strang, Com
M. M. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the nlley, opposite Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
JUST RECEIVED, A NEW STOCK
OF NEW STYLES IN
A VU1A. STOCK OK
Fancy Goods, Moldings,
Brackets, Picture Frames,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. M. SARGEANT,
i07 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
FARUAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
All kinds of Furnlturo made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on Imml.
J. J. JENNINGS, D. DS.
Teeth Extracted Without Tain by a Newl'roeess
mEETH FILLED WITH THE LATEST
I Improved tllllngs. Plates made on
short notice, nnd at reasonable terms.
Gold fillings a specialty.
AJfAny and all work In thq Dental line.
Ofllce In Ilreyman's block over J. M. Rosen
berg t Co's.
Established in 1879.)
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Under, 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 1688.
For Sweot Cider, leave orders nt Fac
tory Olllce, drop a Postal, or nee drUerof
our delivery wagon.
We keep 6-gallon kvg nnk 'J-gnllon demi
johns that are loaned to customers for a
term of six 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 sfneo bad been
troubled with weak kidneys more or low;
and the but year very much. Through the
recommendation of Henry Keene, I
bought a bottle of H.Klas'a Oregon I'each
Ultters and before I bad taken half the
bottle I found a great relief from It. I
bottle I found a great relief from It
believe It to be a splendid remedy for
kidneys, and heartily recommend It for
ume. J. H. FOHTKR.
Aumtvllle, January 12, l&m.
MISS JULIA L. CHAMBERLIN,
Voice Culture, Piano k Harmony
SALEM, - - -
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTIIOIHTY.
SALEM, - -Capital
Paid up, -Surplus,
- - -
- - $75,000
- - 9,500
I- - - Cahler.
W. T. Oray, W. W. Martin,
J.M.Martin, U.S. Wallace,
, .1. II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market-
able produce, consigned or In More.
cither In nrlvnto granaries or
State and County Warrants Bought at 1'ar.
Discounted at rcasonnblo rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Htm
Francisco, Port laud, Ixnidon, ParK, llcrlln,
Hong Kong and Culcutta.
H. w. cox,
(Successor to The Poit Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions ana Family
Recipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
S-Tho best live cent cigar lu the mar
ket. II. W. COX.
100 State .Street. Salem.
Tin and Copper Ware,
130, State Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
TS-AgentH for the Boynton's furnace.
specialty maao of rooting and xpoutlng,
A. E. STRANG,
No. ;! Commercial Street,
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
UblUbed In 18.
Heavt Compensation Asked for the Sur
render of a .Monopoly Clause.
C. I!. & l. SWITCHMEN OX A STRIKE.
say Their Lives are
by Incompetent Engineers
Chicago, Mar. 28 A conference
of Burlington employes is known to
have taken place here yesterday.
The bwitchnien have issued u state
ment to the ell'eet that they quit
work because their lives were con
tinually in danger in consequence
of incompetent engineers now at
Work for the company. The switch
men all along the roads arc expect
ed to be out by the end of the week.
The attitude of the brakemen is anx
iously watched by thu compauy.
Obsequies of Chief Justice Walte.
Washington-, March 28. The re.
mains of the late Chief Justice
Waite were removed from his resi
dence to the capitol at lh.lO this
morning. They were accompanied
by his relations and the associate
justices and their families, the olll
ciating clergymen, ofllcers of the
bupreme court, representatives of the
ditlerent bodies of which the de
ceased was n member and numerous
friends. "When the president and
his cabinet with Mrs. Cleveland
and Miss Bayard arrived shortly
before noon, there were gathered in
the house all the distinguished ofll
cers of the government in Wahing
Portland, Mar. 28 At three
o'clock the prohibitionists have only
effected ti temporary organization.
No business of importance will be
transacted before the evening ses
The democratic county (.'(inven
tion is engaged in balloting for 17
delegates to the state convention.
The convention will pass resolutions
of censure on Collector Abrahams
for retaining four republans in his
olllce. This is a democratic exem
plification of civil service reform.
Heavy Compensation Asked.
Ottawa, Mar. 28 The Federal
authorities decided to-day to ask
Parliament in two weeks to vote a
compensation of $14,000,000 to the
Canadian Pacific railway for the
surrender of its monopoly clause as
regards Manitoba, the Northwest
territory and British Columbia.
The measure will undoubtedly be
The Floods ill Germany.
London, Mar. 28 The details of
the floods in Germany are appalling.
On the Elbe 104 soldiers were killed
while endeavoring to remove an ice
gorge by blasting. Fresh tidings of
the disaster have just come from
Fifty members have uiready been
sworn in as members of the militia
company, says a La Grande paper.
In DougliiH county, a few days
ago. Volney Oden Killed a large
eagle measuring seven feet from tip
On Sunday last Portland city pris
on was empty, the first time it has
been without Inmates for many
It is rumored that the republicans
of JticKson county will lonn a stock
company and start another renubli-
ean paper at Jacksonville atan early
If unk "Workins, living down the
river, has killed two large cougars
near his placo lately, which animals
had been feasting on his coltw, says
a Grant county exchange.
Last week a tram) who was en
gaged to work for Mr. Moier in
West KoseburK while sleeplntj in
the bum fell from thu loft to thu
floor below, severely Injuring him
self. A Slfesons correspondent of the
Anhluud Tidings reports that Amos
T. Home, a rancher, was killed by a
grizzly bear In tho western part of
Siskiyou county, on Monday of last
week. While wns walking through
a ravine, looking after cattle, the
bear Jumped from u high rock, and
before tho unfortunate man could
defend himself the bear pinned him
to the ground and badly lacerated
his face and body. He lived bnt a
few houxH after the attack.
La Grande Gazette: Tho land
olllce is in receipt of about 330 pat-
ems lor I'eiHiieton town lots. Tliey
arrived Tuesday, but it will reouirc
a day or two to register them, before
iney can ue sent out.
French Prahie Gazette: Mr. Win.
Seehom, residing near Hock Creek,
in Clackamas county, has been af
llicted with hard luck. About ten
days ago his family contracted the
measles, from which they took cold,
and three of them died, burying a
wife, son and daughter all in one
week. Two other members of the
family are still confined to their
PALL KOK UEI'tmMCAX CONVENTION'.
A republican convention for tho
state of Oregon is called to meet at
the city of Portland, Oregon, on
Wednesday, tho 11th day of Apri',
A. D. 1SS8, at 11 o'clock a. in.,
for tho purpose of nominating can
didat s for the following ofllcers,
to-wit. Representative in congress,
three presidential electors, supreme
judge and district ofllcers, and to
select six delegates to attend the
national republican convention,
and to transact such other business
as may propefly come before the
convention. Tho convention will
consist of 209 delegates, 'apportion
ed among the several counties as
Josephine - t
Uino - 10
Wasco I. 11
The same being ono delegate at
large from each county and one
delegate for every 150 voters and
one for every fraction over one-half
thereof cast for Hon. Ringer Her
mann, congressman, at the last
general election. Tho committee
recommend that tho primaries be
held March ill, 1883, and tho
county conventions April I, 18SS,
unless otherwise ordered by the
county central committee.
Republican electors and voters of
the state, without regard to past
political alllliations, who believe in
the American principle of protect
ive tarifl'and dignifying American
labor, giving free, popular educa
tion to the masses of the people,
effectually protecting all human
rights 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, aro cordially invited to unite
in selecting delegates to the repub
lican state convention. Respect
.Make no Jllktake,
IJy dispelling tho symptoms so
often mistaken for Consumption.
SANTA A1HE has brought glad
ness to many a household. Ry lis
prompt use for breaking up tho cold
that too often develops into that
fatal disease, thousands can be saved
from an untimely grave. You make
no mistake by keeping a bottle of
this pleasant remedy in your house.
CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE Is
equally efl'ective in eradicating all
traces of Nasal Catarrh. Roth of
these wonderful California remedies
aro sold and warranted by I). W.
Matthews & Co., 100 State street,
Salem. $1.00 a package, it for $2.60.
Now Is tbe Time
Now that the political campaign
is approaching it Is seasonable time
to subscribe for tho Capital
Jodh.val. It, will contain full
rejiortH of all political conventions,
meetings and elections, anda cordial
discussion of the questions at issue,
and will le dollvered anywhere In
tho city for 15 cent per wcok, or
will be sent by mall for $fi per year.
Leave orders at this olllco or with
the route agent.
An Abholnte Cart.
The ORIGINAL AIUI5TINK
OINTMKNTIs only put up In largo
two-ounco fin boxos, and is an
absolute euro for old sorof, burns,
wounds, chapied hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will p'wltlvaly
cure all kinds of pi low. Ask for thu
ORIGINAL AUIETINK OINT
MENT. Sold byD. W. MatthowH
& Co., 100 State street, Salem, at 25
oentu per box by mull 30 cent.
or What the World
K1VEK AM) IIAUIIOII IIIIjIi.
lit Into CoiiL'i'oss.
Wasuinoton, March 27. Tho
Committee on Rivers and Harbors
to-day concluded Its labors and has
prepared a bill appropriating $11),
432, 78!!. The Pacific Coast has fared
better than for many years past.
California receives ' 50-1,000 as
against f 245,250 in the bill of 1SS0
and $201,000 in the bill of 1887,
while Oregon and Washington
Territory get $811,000, more than
double the amount they received in
the two preceding river and harbor
The following are the items ofap
propriation in the bill completed
to-day: Humboldt, Cal., $150,000;
Oakland, Cal., $175,000; Wilming
ton, Cal., 00,000; Redwood, $7,400;
Mokeluinue, $2000; San Joaquin,
$25,000; San Luis, $25,000; Sacra
mento and Feather rivers, 20,000;
San Diego, $1000; Napa, 7500; Peta
luma, $2000. Oregon Yaquina,
$120,000; Coos bay, 50,000; Cascades,
$175,000; upper Columbia, $10,000;
mouth of tho Columbia, $!!50,000;
lower Willamette and Columbia,
$80,000; upper Willamette, $15,000;
Coquille, 20,000; Coquille, between
CoquiUe and Myrtle, 00,200; gaug
ing the waters of the Columbia,
$2500; Washington Tcrritory
Chehalis, $2000; Cowlitz., $2500;
Skagit $1500. Mississippi river from
Minnesota to the (hill receiver
$3,:'35,()00; St. Mary's rlver.$l,500f
000; Missouri liver, $025,000. The
Columbia river, $0:15,000. It is the
largest 1111 of tho kind over brought
Snow i:i,lit''ll Inclii'M Deep Tho Hull
CiiK'AMO, March 27. Dispatches
from tho Northwest continue to re
port severe storms of sleet and snow.
In Northern Wisconsin, Minnesota
and Dakota over a foot and a hair
of snow has fallen, blocking rail
roads badly. Tho little town of
Rlvlllo, Dakota, is completely block
ed In, nnd Is without fuel, neoiilo
being conielIed to break up furni
ture for flies.
Floods in the Missouri valley grow
more threatening from day to day,
as gorgesare becoming stronger with
At Jackson, Nebraska, people
have abandoned their farnmon tho
low lands, and aro seeking shelter
on the hills.
ItlVKK HIHINM ItAI'IOLY.
Kansas City, March ' 27. Tho
river to-day registered nineteen feet
above low water mark, thu highest
point readied this year. River men
fear a repetition of the disastrous
rise of 1881.
MHIIAT DAMAOl-: IN IOWA.
Dns Moiniis, Murch;U7. Reports
from tho northern and western por
tions of thu state show that great
damage lias already been done,
and much worse Is feared from
floods. Four miles above Sioux
City tliero is a heavy Ice gorge and
thousands of acres are overflowed.
Tim Mm in fit III ICiikIiii;.
Kansas City, March 27. Partic
ulars reached hero to-day of a terri
ble wind storm which struck tho
little town of Ninuuscah. About
7J'0 o'clock tho well-reuognlzed fun
nel shaped cloud was seen approach
ing from the southwest. It struck
the town and destroyed everything
hi itHpatb, leuvingonly three houses
standing in tho whole placo. Two
ohurohotf, five storen and fifteen
dwelling hoiiMJO were absolutely
torn to pieces, and tho llylngtlnilici-s
caused the death of three and the
maiming of seventeen citizen!. The
dead aro Mrs. J. C. WllllaiiiM, her in
fant and (Jcorgo Hurdony. Tin'
most severely hurt aru .lame Wil
liams, both legs broken and Miverely
bruised, who probably will die. and
CharloH Gordon, Injured lu thu back.
It Is supposed fatally, A heavy fall
of ruin, which has kept up since the
storm, has made the condition of
the sufferers destitute lu the extreme.