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SALE1VI, OR., THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1SSS.
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CiEO. v. lit.L.1, Aiiun.m; ai ""
r niul District Attorney. Oltlce itt court
RVMSKY BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
nnd Counselors at Law. Business in
t He Supreme Court iv specialty, fenlem, Or.
Ijiw, Snlcm, Oregon.
office, up stairs in Patton's blocks
-1E0. H. BURNETT, ATTORNEY AT
(t Law, Salem, Oregon. Office over
...... .. .-..,.. invitjulML'v'u AT
O Law, Salem, Oregon. Olllee In Patton's
block, up stairs ovcrBelt's drug store.
ILndd & Rush's bink.
. ..n,.n.t inwMTLiV n
In Ijiw. Otllce over Capitol National
jlanK, ::-! uoiiimuiVHii oui, ww.tv.
J. Knlem, Oregon. Office In Knglnnd'a
aIoCK. legai uii-5iiii;s3 w. ... .... -...
Hxith life and tire insurance.
UTM. KAISKK, AMlVllUJilil Al u.vn,
Siilem. Orecou. Otllce with Tilinon
vWrA In Patton's building. "Will practice
n nil the courts of Oregon. Collections
hiade. Italia omce mraiirsi ti ixi") .
H.DVARCY, ATTORNEY ANDGOUN
uoinr lit. Law. Salem. Oreeron. Having
Ki) abstract of the records of Marion coun-
M. Ulrtlltflltlir 11. 1(11, lllltl (IIIIITtV MIIIUA ll ti-
Bum. he has special facilities for examining
titles to real csuue.
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
133 Finh Street, Portland. Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON,
MISS JULIA L. CHAMBERLIN,
I LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
PKOlll STATE COXVRXTHIX.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
111 WING, HAIR CUTTING
J shampooing neatly done,
LADD & BUSH,
Salem, - Oregon.
IrnllANSACTS A GENERAL RANKING
I business in all its urnncncs.
"JOOCoraraerclal St., Salem.
'CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEAT'S
.1 i constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rates.
Pl04i.se give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofing and Spouting a Specially.
3-At;the old stand of Ben. Strang, Com
ML jVI. MEAD,
Voice Culture, Piano fr Harmony
Music Parlers: '"' sXmtmlsl
SALEM, - - -
ESTABLISHED 11Y NATIONAL
11.,. fl 11T.
' SALEM, - -
Capital Paid up, -Surplus,
- - -
R. S. WALLACE,
- - $75,000
Itimizfd Afcoount of Doines in Cil and
21)1) Ih1t'ntis in Session wlm have n
(Jootl Time Together.
A DISASTROUS FIKK.
Tlie Chair Factory, one of Salem's
Leading Industries, I hi rued to
- - - Cashier.
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite Minto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
JUST RECEIVED. A NEW STOCK
QE NEW STYLES IN
A FUI.T. STOCK OF
Fancy Goods, Moldings,
Brackets, Picture Frames,
Artists' Materials, Etc.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. M. SARGEANT,
07 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
J.;il. ALHERT, (.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other niarket-
o produce, consigned or in st
either in private granaries or
D C. Howard, Proprietor.
1ST VTE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
ere- All kinds of fresh and cured meats
Sil ways on hand. Full weight and a square
The SALEM MARKET
OS COURT STREET".
constantly on mind the best quality of
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at roasonablo rates. Drafts
drown direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, lierlln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
L W. CCXX,
(Successor to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
Duns and Medicines
Wi and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
3The CLEANEST kept market in the
Mty CnlLqtHl bee. for yourself.
McCROW fc WILLARD.
KABBAH'S .BLOCK, STATE STREET,
AU kinds of Furnlturo made to order.
A full line'Of Caskets always on hand.
J. J. JENNINGS, D. DS.
CHEMICALS & PATENT .MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Jtceincs a Specially.
Tcctb Extracted Without Pain by a New Process
alEETH FILLED WITH THE LATEST
improved fillings. Plates mado on
short notice, and at roasonablo terms.
Gold fillings a specialty.
SrAny and all work in tho Dental line.
Olllrfi In Itrpvinnn'R block over J. M. Itrwon.
'berg fc Co's.
AGENCY FOR THE CELKHRATED
FULL HAVANA KILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
S-The best rive cent cigar in the mar
ket. H. W. COX.
100 St;ite Street, Salem.
About 1 :ol) o'clock this morning
Policeman II. Uarndrick while
stnnding on Commercial street near
the corner of State, noticed a lurid
light in the sky in the northwestern
part of the city, and thinking that
the cooperage back of the State
Insurance olllee was on lire, he im
mediately gave the alarm. The
department responded with its usual
alacrity and on arriving at Center
St., it was discovered that the large
chair factory of Mount & McMillen,
on the river front and Union streets
was the building on lire.
In less than ten minutes No ,Ts
had a stream from the hydrant and
Papitnls nnd Tigers several streams
from the hitter's engine upon the
burning building, but the lire had
gained such headway that it was
impossible to save it.
Itepoits as to where the lirestarted
are conflicting, some claiming that
It originated in the north end while
others insist that it was in the south
west corner of the building when
they arrived on tV . -:.v. Tho cause
of the lire is unknown, although
the general belief is that it M'as of
incendiary origin. Tho building
was full of dry wood, shavings and
other combustible material and burn
ed very rapidly, Two hundred doz
en finished chairs were stored in
the north end of the building and of
this number 31 dozen were saved.
Thero were 200 dozen more under
way in the shop and material for
about 100 dozen more. The
eflorts of the liremen were
successful in saving the engine and
tho dry house, but the building with
its machinery and contents, with
ino exception ol that stated above,
was a total loss. The factory was
owned by a joint stock company,
ine memoers oi wmen and tne
amount they had invested in it are
as follews: Mr. Stnhlcy. SoOOO; 11.
M. Wade & Co., $1000; H. M. Wade,
$1000; A. Jiush, $1000; Xey. Hush,
$700; Oren Barker., $800; Williams
te England, $1.'W0; Win. Wade, $o00;
Chris Fiddlier, $tf.'$00, James Wells,
The factory cost $14,500 originally
and has since been improved. There
was no insurance on the building.
1 he lessees, Messrs. Mount it Mc
The state prohibition convention
met in Portland at 10 o'clock yester
day a.m. The delegation from Mari
on county was only exceeded in num
ber by that from Multnomah. At
10:30 Prof. G. M. Miller called the
assemblage to order. As the train
bearing the delegates from Marion,
Linn, Lane and Douglas counties
was three hours late, he recom
mended that an adjournment he
taken till 1 o'clock. A motion to
that eli'ect prevailed. Shortly before
2 o'clock the delayed delegates
arrived, and tho convention re
assembled, ltev. O. Taylor was
chosen temporary chairman and N.
1$. Gaylord temporary secretary. A
committee on credentials was ap
pointed, and a recess taken to give
the committee time to report. On
re-assembling the committee report
ed the names of those delegates
entitled to their seats, which report
.1. W. Webb. J. U. Amos mul n.
W. Dinnnick were appointed a com
mittee on nominations for per
manent organization, who retired to
prepare their report.
The committee on platform was
composed of one member from each
county, .1. M. Dick, from Marion
county, being placed on the com
mittee. The committee on perma
nent organization reported in favor
of C. C. Jlogue, ofBonton, for chair
man, and K. 10. McKinney, of Mari
fn, and C. II. Stockton, of Clatsop,
The nominations were as follows :
For congress, T. W. Davenport, of
Marion ; supreme judge, to be select
ed by the executive committee ;
presidential electers: Dr. A. C. Kin
ney, of Clatsop; 1$. F. Jiamp, of
Douglas; and (). D. Taylor, of Was
co. Amouirthe deletrntos scloctoil n
the national convention, Samuel
Kami), of Marion, wa named.
While waiting the report of the
committee on nominations, Walter
Thomas Mills, tho little giant from
Ohio, made an address. 1 lis speech
waselo(uentand forcible, and arous
ed Ills audience to tho highest pitch
The convention adjourned till !)
o'clock this morning.
'S 1)1 IWia he WmU
'.urge is Doing.
THE CHIXKSK TKKATY.
The Terms unon Which tho Celestials
may Enter ami Leave our Shores.
Sali:m, March 20, 1S88.
.Mary .1. Weber, resp., vs. Emil
Weber, app.; appeal from Mult
nomah county; judgment of tho
lower court reversed; appellant to
pay thecosts; opinion by Stratum, .1.
Following is the syllabus:
1. Divorce Power to Grant
Statutory. The power to grant a
divorce and such other relief as is
Mniim. cniuiiiiifiil finminim- i ) usually incidental t Hereto is nurelv
factory last January and were build- "''itutory.
inn Hi) u irood business. Their loss - Divorce Pleading. Wife's
is about $3,000, insured for $1,)00 in
unoert isros. agency.
Washington, Mar. 28. The new
Chinese treaty, which was made
public to-day, provides that for a pe
riod of twenty years, dating from
the exchange of ratiilcations, the
coming of Chinese labours to tho
United States is prohibited. This
does not apply to a Chinese laborer
who lias a lawful wife, child or par
ent in the United States, or property
therein to the value of one thousand
dollars, or debts of like amount duo
him. Every Chinese laborer, on
leaving the United States, must, as
a condition for his return, deposit
with the collector of customs of the
district from which he departs, a full
description in writing of his family
or property or debts, and shall be
furnished with a certilicate showing
ids right to return to the United
States. Should this statement prove
false, he forfeits Ills right to return.
Such right of return shall bo exer
cised within one year from the date
of leaving the United States, but
may be extended for an addition
al period which must not exceed ono
year. The existing privileges of
travel and sojourn in (he United
States to Chinese olllcials. teachersy
students, merchants and travelers
for curiosity and pleasure remain
undisturbed. ( 'liinese laborers shall
have for the protection of their per
sons and property, all the rights
given by the laws of the United
States, except (he right to become
naturalized citizens. It is agreed In
(he treaty to pay $27.r),((ll) as full In
demnify for all tho losses sustained
by Chinese subjects, who have been
victims of injury in person and
property at (he hands of wicked and
lawless men. If within six months
before the expiration of a period of
twenty years, neither government
formally gives notice to the other of
its termination, the treaty shall re
main in force for another period of
It K lilMATK llt.VSCII(. S.
S-Ga to J. O'Donald's shop on Hleh St..
between Court and Btate. Halem. and cct
ine of J. M. Coulter's patent improved
Lightest LaJJtr latde In Oregon.
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
I7AVING PURCHASED THE RLACK
Ll smith shon known as Kelly's Old
ruino, i win nereaiier oe prepareu to uo an
n tho best style known to the trade at
hort notice. Tho best of workmen cm
loyed, and nil work guaranteed to give
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Stand, Kalom, Or.
KUTAUUHHED IN 1870.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
SALEM, - - OREGON. -
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Butler, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrup for iMince Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
Tin and Copper Ware,
130, State Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
The burnini; of this factory niiiv
bo coiiHlclcreri in tho light of n nubile
caliunity, hh it guvo employment to
from twenty to twenty-live IiuikIh.
several of them beinir skilled
laborers. Tho faetory has never
been a paying venture, and, al
though tho lessees were conlident of
building ui) a good business, it is
not probable that it will be renullt.
A HBATUKB OF 188S.
AKont8 for tho Iloynton'n furnace. A
specialty mado of rooting; and njoiitllit,'.
A suit brought by the Oregonlan
Railway company through its re
ceiver, C. N. Scott, to compel pay
ment by the O. It. & N. company of
the former's taxes, amounting to
about $.r),000, in Marion, Lime, Polk
and Yamhill countieH was on Tues
day decided by Judge Deady, of the
United States circuit court, against
the defendants, as former cases have
been. As Is well known tho O. It. k
N. Co. has n ninety-nine years lease
on the narrow gauge, but kicks at
paying Uh taxes. The point raised
Mils Hum hv Urn f). If. St. X. cniii.
pany was tliat the taxes were not
henarate nronertv. Tn a divorce
suit by a wife her pleading ought to
allege what personal property of
hers the husband has in his 'pos
session or control to enable the
court to make a decree in her favor
!t. Divorce Suit Pleading Jn.
In a divorce suit by the wife, when
she alleges that certain personal
property Is tho property of her hus
band, a decree tinning the same is
her separate property will be
reversed as unauthorized and con
trary to tho pleadings.
J. H. Stellen app vs. ( H. Hill
etal., rcsns.; appeal from Multno
mah county; argued and submitted.
Frank 15. Jolly, attorney for ap
pellant. Kimnit 11. Williams,
attorney for respondents.
V. Wirt Saunders' III other.
Mr. PobAVllson, son of the pop
ular county clerk of Henton county,
now attending Hellevlew Medical
college, New York city, writes home
that he recently made tho aeuuain
tanco in that city of Dr. Iliicon
Kaij,nders, a brother of tho no
torious Wirt Saunders. Jlob says
that Dr. hammers Is a genial ami
H. W. COX,
Lis conhtantly on hand a well wleetod
Brericke & Schreck's
NKVTI.Y l'ltlNTRO OUIPE TO BE
HAD I'ltlN Al'l'MCATION.
Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Vre the Purest and Bast. H. V. OOX
th only authorized agent.
-iiU for the 11. AH. Homeopathic Pro-
arutkmn and accept no other.
UVtt. fitufiitf I l.lor lnfivn nrflnra n(. KnA.
ftory Oitlco, drop a l'ostnl, or te driver of
our uwivory wheoii.
Wo keep frKallon kin tink 2-gallnn demi
johns that aro loaned to wihtomem for u
term of six days. All ordit promptly
Oregon Peach Bitters
About eighteen year ago I received a
hurt In wy hack from a idle of lumlwr
felling on me, and ever xtnee had !een
troubled with weak kldneyx more or lew;
and the hurt year very' much. Through the
reuimmendatlon of Henrv Keene. I
bought a bottle of II. KIiui'ii Oregon l'eaoh
Bitters and before I hud taken half the
bottle I found a great relief from It. I
Mlevelltoboniplendld remedy for the
dneyi.and heartily recommend It for the
oame. J. II. 1"011TB1U
AumavUle, January 12, Kwi
A. E. STRANG,
No. :m CommoruJal fStrcgt,
SALEM, t, - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Pilling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
rAiawt for the HICHAIUWON A
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnace. K-
-Ajft tor t
tublUhed In ISM.
due till they became del iiquent, on accomplished gentleman and that
the llrst Monday in Anrll, and that) ho 8))()kt. vcry ,t.gret fully of his
plaintin could not maintain suit to brother's unfortunate career, He
rciiuire taxes for ono year to be paid. ,i,.i,i u'lrt'u fniwirni uim-ii- .iiut
I but must sue to oblige the payment ,us father's immense wealth, and
lot all tne taxes arising during thu attrllmtoM tlioso Ktorlon mul the rest
pendency of the lease. Tho court ()f )i1h ,iet.,rf t(, ,llonti,l aberration
overreiiled the demurrer and held luluvl ,y e.cewiv um of opium.
hat the taxoH were due from the jt.iho dated that Cieo. H. VillIams
I tine the roll was put into thij ;i ,v(.eived $1 ,X) for ills service uh
1 Hher IPs hands for collection, ami l(,unw.l Wlrt'n last trial.
, inigh be collected 1-fore they were Corvailis 'l'imt.
technically tlelliKjuent, by wile of
i iiemonal protierty, unci that the1
IMirty was not bound to apply for an I Mnm r Hue lloiw.
which woro not yet iihmmaI, and i i,,irtlimi ,. iIU, tim of blaok niaroM
wiilcii it ciiuld not IK known , ,, , , , .. r .. . . .
DOUglit HI JiHIli ""I'K, "i uillll cwilll-
tv, a bay mare bought of M. X,
Chapman unil a gray homi bought
of J. A. McDonald. Thueo horse
will bo used In tho llvory stable of
fjodtlard t Knizlor, anil jih thoy nro
all fliHHtdy and showy anluials, thoy
will Ikju groat addition to tho stable.
whether tho O. It. & N. Co. would
lie milled upon to pay or not.
Rent French Kid, genuine
Kangaroo mul other brands both in
Indie and gents' foot wour at prlcoH
nver lKjforo ollfereil In Halom. Kor
eusli by Stuigor Jlros. until their
removal to Geo. 32. Good's old stand.
The following deeds were record
ed In the olllee of tho county clerk
dining tho past week:
Joseph Hcharbec'k ami wife to
Joseph 1 hissing, 100 acres In T. 0 S.,
R. 1 W.j W,'M).
I). I Libby to R. 10. Libby, in
terest In 4 acres near.SIlverton; $I(M).
.lames Reunion to August Sohreib
er, lots? and S In block 12 in Halem;
Alex Potter and wife to David 11.
Close, lots 1, U, ii, I, r, and (I in block
11 in Turner; $ir,0.
John 11. Hhults and wife to D.
Hoyer, part of lot 2 In block 1 In
Henry Heltman and wife to B. I
Randall 10. of block III) and lots 1,
l', 7 and 8 In block ill in University
Addition to Salem; $1,100.
M. W. Swegle to t,hus. Sueglo,
Id:: acres in T. 7 H., R. U W.; $-l,(M)().
W. T. (jlllliert and wife to (!. A.
Roberts, jiart of lot 7 In block 00 In
J. K. (Jill et al. to (JIiiih. R.
Moores, jmrt of block 71 in Balein;
(). & C. R. R. Co. etal. to 8. R.
Shaw, 10 acres In T. II S., It. UK.;
I Laura R. Wythe to C. R, Moores,
I part of block 71 In Salem; $1.
i S. L. MoCJco and wife to Leo
I Willis, part of lot 1 in block 1 In
l Salem; 1,00.
W. J. I 'oily ami J. W. Cox, ad
ininistrators to Angolliiu McAfee et
nl., l acres in claiin 7i, T. 7 S., R.
'J. W., and JtOfl acre in T. (I ,S., R. 2
Now U tli Tlnif
Now that tho, jxilitiuil (ainipiilgii
Is approaching 11 Is soniMiualilo time
to HiilwcrllMs for tho C'aimtai.
Jomt.VAi.. It will contain full
reports of all political coiivoiiIIohh,
meetings and oleetioiiM, and a cordial
llllJCUHHlon Of tllO (plOMtlOIIH at lame,
nnd will bo dollvorod anywhere In
tho city for lfi conU per week, or
will Imj wilt by mall for 6 per year.
Leave ordem at thin olllee or with
the route ugent.