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SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY, APRIL A, 1SSS.
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m v BELT, .vnuii'"'1, '" """
Q-nU D Isl rlet Attorney. Office .it court
R;mFY HINGIIAM, ATTORNEYS
A'' a Counselor nt Law. Business In
tM Supreme Court a specialty. Kalcm, Or.
miTMDV FORD, ATTORNEY AND
'P Counselor at 'Law, , ftalcm, Oregon.
iti up stairs in Patton's block.
tn ttnrnnvLTJ at
"rVw. Salem, Oregon. Office in Patton's
'ockuP stairs over bwh urug more.
t TtlCHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
CI T,5 Offloo oor Capitol National
Sank, 29 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
t AX' 'sPtllGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
T lcm. Oregon. Office in England's
fcrSl business of nil kinds. Also
both me uuu " - ---
. .-. rrrtTjtr,v At t.aV
Wsolem Oregon. Office with Tllmon
., in ration's building. Will practice
S"al thwuHs of Orefon. Collections
made. Land office business a specialty.
-n HD'AnCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
P selopittLaw, Salem, Oregon. Having
A. Uhltract of the records of Marlon conn
?c fndudtaeYlot and block Index of Sn
Jm he has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry nnd State.
n HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
S1 shampooing neatly done.
LADD & BUSH,
B AN KK RS !
Salem, - Oregon.
TTUIANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
i bu-lness in all its branches.
HOO, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
( i constantly on hand, and delivered to
anyEutof "no city at lowest living rates.
Please gl e us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
3-All kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight nnd atiuare
deal all nrounu.
The SALEM MARKET
'JS COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality of
Freli and Salt Meals !
And nil kinds of
S ATJS AOE.
B-Tho CLEANEST kept market m tho
city. Call and see for yourself.
McCROW & WILLARD.
43-Go to J. O'Donald's. shop on High fet,
between Court and State, Salem, and get
me of J. M. Coulter's patent Improved
Lightest Ladder made in Oregon.
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
HAVING PURCHASED THE BLACK
smith shop known as Kelly's Old
stand, I will hereafter be prepared to do all
Blacksmithiiig & Repairing
In the best istvle known to the trade- nt
short notice. The best of workmen em
ployed, nnd all work guaranteed to give
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIQAN,
Kelly's Old Stand, Salem, Or.
H. W. COX,
Has conbtantly on hand a well geleoled
Boericke tit Schreck's
A NEATLY PRINTED GUIDE TO BE
HAD UPON APPLICATION.
Toe B, & S. PREPARATIONS
, Are the Purwt aad Beat. II. W. COX
" iP Only authorized Agwat.
-CttU tor the B. & fClIomeopathlo Ire
Pralkm and aeetpi bo other.
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
1 Fifth Street, Portland. Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON,
STOVES AND TINWARE!
Roofing and Spouting a Specially.
SAt'tlie old stand of Hen. Strang, Com
M. ML. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
JUST RECEIVED, A NEW STOCK
OF NEW STYLES IN
-A trjIjlSTOCK OF-
Fancy Goods, Moldings,
Brackets, Picture Frames,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. M. SARGEATJT,
207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
All kinds of Furniture inado to oidcr.
A full lloe of Caskets always on hand.
I J. JENNINGS, D. DS.
Tettu Estrtu-ted Wltnont Pain by a New Pioiess
rnEErn filled with the latest
I improved fillings. Plates made on
short notice, and at reasonable terms.
Gold fillings. specialty,
.aa-Anir and. all v
3 Any trait
In the Dental line.
Oflloe in Breyman's
over J. M. Rosen-
ESTABLISHED is 1S79.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Butler, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Svrun for Minee Meat, Currut Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FEATURE OF 1888.
urtH uniwii .iHir Imifl orders at Fac
tory Otllce. drop a i'otal, or ee drierof
v kBfln h-f nllon keirs nnk 3-eullon doml-
in, na hut are loaned to mutoiiieni for u
term of klx dayx. All ordi inmitly
Oregon Peach Bitters
About eighteen yean ugo I relei n
hurt In jny back from u nlle of lumber
falllneon me, and ever Mnce had been
troubled with weak kidney njere or le:
recommendation of Henry keene, I
bought a bottle of I L Klas'e Oregon Ifh
Uittera and before I had taken half the
bottle I found a ereat relief from It I
beHevelttobeaapleadld xejuedy tor iUe
kidneys and heartily reeofnmendlt for the
game. J ' '"'" "
Aumvllle, January im.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician nnd
surgeon, will open an ofllee In the New
Hank lilocK, on May 1st, for the treatment
of all diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hvclenlcand nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen nnd
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
New Hide Store
Having rented the store room formeily
occupied by Forstncr A Tiffany, on the
north side of State street, 1 am prepared to
pay tho highest market price, fn cash, for
hides, furs and sheep pelts, and to those
having them for sale, I ask to call and see
me, as I will glc good prices nnd a fair
deal to all.
B. McARTHUR. X
ESTABLISHED 11V NATIONAL lUTlIOlUTV.
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, , - -
- OREGON. '
R. S. WALLACL', - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
.1. H. ALUERT, -.- - Cashier!
W. T. Giay, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, It, s. Wallace,
-,' J. H. Albert,
' T. MuF. Pntton.
To farmers on w heat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In private granaries or
Slalc and County Warranls Bought a( Par.
Discounted nt reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New Yoik, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llcilln,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
H. W. COX,
(Succesior to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
as-The best flvo cent cigar In the mar
ket. II. W. COX,
100 Stato Street. Salem.
II. K. DUBOIS.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
Hrom SI to SI jor day.
A. 15. STRANG,
No. tWJ Commorolal Stieot,
o-rnrO JDAMPirC!111)' rurnlsii vaiuame uuiiiiioiik io
O I UVtoanQnAINuLOtholiistoryoftheomieror. Thedl-
Plumbing, (ias and Siean Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
- Agent for the RICHARDSON 4
WOYNTON COMPANY'S Piirnuew. K
tablhthed In IW.
a Spanish Ballfiaht -One Hun
died Persons Crushed.
DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.
John JI. (icarin for Congressman-'
George Belt Re-nominated for
Pendleton, April 4. At tho
morning session of the democratic
state convention, John M. ttanrin,
of Multnomah county, was nomin
ated for congress.
STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
Pkndlitton, April 4. It. H.
Dearborn, of Salem, has been chosen
a member of the democratic state
central committee for Marion coun ceun
ty: Gi:ORGK 1IELT RE-NOMINATED.
Pendleton, April 4. George
V. Belt, of Salem, received the
nomination for district attorney for
the third judicial district in the
democratic state convention this
NO JOINT hKNATOR NOMINATED.
Pendleton, April 4. The democratic-
state convention has left the
nomination of a joint senator for
Marion and Clackamas counties to
the central committees of both
A l'aiitc in u Hull ItitiK.
Crrv ok Mexico, Apr. 4. Tho fol
lowing has been received from Cel
aye: On Sunday afternoon about
4.45 o'clock the bull ring of Celaye
was crowded with spectators, when
u lire suddenly broke out on the
fashionable side of the plaza. A
panic seized upon the vat assent
binge, and n frightfulcatastropjievaji
the result. One hundred persons
were seriously wounded, and elgh
teen lives were lost.
The sides of the plaza being Jihed
with matting as dry as tinder, and
there being a slight wind blowing
the Amphitheatre was in a blaze in
a few seconds. Sixty-eight persoiiH
are badly burned ; at least ten of
then! will die. Fifty jhthohs in, es
caping were knocked down and
trampled upon : many are very se
riously, but none fatally, injured.
Tho bulls maddened by the roaring
of the flames broke loose and rushed
through the surging mass of human
ity tossingiftloft and knocking over
all who stood in their way.
Los Angeles, April 4. Near San
Fernando tunnel last night a freight
train on the Southern Pacillc collided
with a construction train. Engineer
Westernlleld, of construction train
and Jlreman Brooks of the freight,
were killed and a half dozen
An Intitule Woman' Freak.
New York, April 3. Mrs. Tillie
Sipp, aged 35, while in a lit of in
sanity this morning, threw her
twelve year old son Heorge out of a
window in the fourth story at 100
East; One Hundred and Twenty
second St. She Jumped after the
child. Both were frerlously injured
and will probably die. The husband
of tho woman is a baker and was
not at home at the time.
Tho Earthquake in China.
London, April !!. The Oriental
mail brings news of terrible earth
quakes in China, and states Unit 15,-
000 people perished in four days.
A huge chasm opened with convul
sions, and engulfed large masses of
unfortunate inhabitants. Water of
blood red color issued from the 11s
suruK. Vuluuble lt-crd round.
Pakis, Aprils. A largo amount
of correspondenco between Xupolcon
I. and King Louis, of Holland, has
leen discovered, which will proba-
lilv furnish valuable additions to
I eovury was made in u lumber room.
Inrctor Clprlro on Trial.
Han KiUNOlSCO, April 3. In the
trial to-day of Inspector Ciprico,
charged with dealing in Chinese re
turn .certificates, it was nliown that
ninety certificates per steamer,
went into the hands of the ring.
Los Angeles, April 4. The po
lice have made public the fact that
a tray containing $3000 of diamonds
was stolen from Klage's Jewelry
store on Saturday eveulng. There
is no clew to the thief.
Wilkksuakiu:, (Pa)., April 3.
The Polanders here yesterday be
came Involved in a drunken riot,
and the whole police force was call
ed out. Ono policeman was badlv
Injured, four Polanders fatally
wounded, and forty others seriously.
Snntn Fe Men go to Work,
Kansas City, April 8. At a
general and secret meeting of
switchmen in the yards here last
night inforpiation was presented to
the effect that the Santa Fe road
would not force its men to liandlo
"Q" freight. The meeting there
upon ordered that If such bo tho
case tho men on that road who went
out last evening would resume work
this morning. In accordance with
this the men all took their places
again this morning. The Santa Fe
road has posted a notice that their
road will receivo no freight what
ever of any kind to-day. All other
roads aro working all right except
Sufjur for Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, April 3. -It is
btated by reliable authority that
Claus Sprockets, the California su
gar icing, now in this city, has de
cided to build a refinery in Phila
delphia, and tha't'the purchase of a
site for it on tho Delaware river
front will be consummated to-day.
It is underhtood 5,000,000 capital
will be put into the enterprise.
All this is to be supplied by
Sprockets himself. Contracts for
the erection of a building, maclvlns
cry, etc., will bo placed in a few
Tho capaolty of the proposed re
finery is put at 7000 barrels or L',000,
000 pounds per day. The cost of
the plant lias been stated at $3,000,
000, and the annual output as worth
Ilmuocrjtia Stato Contention.
Pendleton (Or.), Apr. 3. In the
morning session to-day of tho demo
cratic stato convention, Col. J. K.
Kelly, of Multnomah, was chosen
temporary chairman, and C J.
Trenchant, of Clataop, secretary.
The usual committees were appoint
ed. The convention took a recess
till one o'clock, to hear ttie report of
the committee on credentials.
In the afternoon bcssion, the re
port of tho committee on credentials
was read and adopted. Col. Irish,
of California, was Invited to u seat
on the rostrum, which he took amid
loud cheers. Tho reports of the
committees on permanent organiza
tion and on order of business were
read and adopted. On motion u
committee of nine was appointed to
draft a platform. Following aro
their names: Weatlierford, Wagor,
McKee, Bend, Travlllian, Brad
sliaw, D'Arcy, Walters and Smith.
Starr was afterwards appointed In
stead of McKee and Eldridgo in
stead of D'Arcy.
On motion the convention ad
journed till 4 o'clock, and meeting
at the hour named, again adjourned
till 0 to-morrow morning. In the
opera house this evening Col. John
P. Irish addressed a largo audience.
Two new cases of small pox have
been discovered in Virginia, Nov.
The weather Is cold. It Is feared
the disease will continue to spread
Tho schools are still closed.
Senator John Hamilton, ono of
tho wealthiest men in tho dominion,
died In Montreal yesterday.
In Albuquerque, X. M., tho re
publican municipal ticket is elected
by a small mujority.
Au Absvlnte Core.
Tho ORIOIXAL ABIKTIXK
OIXTMKXTIs only put up in largo
two-ounce tin boxes, and Ih an
absolute euro for old sores, bums,
wounds, chapped bunds, and all
skin eruptions. Will pohltivoly
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for tho
ORIGINAL AUIKTINK OINT
MENT. Sold byD.W. Matthows
& Co., 100 Stato street, Balum, at Bft
rents per Iwx by mail 30 cents.
Flashes of What the
al Large is Doing.
PKMIIBITION IN KANSAS.
Ofllcers in Enforcing
by the law
Topkka (Kan.), April 3. Attorney-General
Bradfonl Is advised
of the failure of tho jury to agn In
tho case brought against a druggist
in Blue Rapids for selling phosphatio
lemon rye as a non-intoxicant.
Eleven were for conviction, but ono
held out for acquittal.
There Is another case of tho samo
kind ponding In Greenwood county.
It has been proved that this
phosphatio lemon rye, a St. Loula
compound, is composed of merely
limo water, lemon juice and a very
inferior quality of whisky, and that
It intoxicates just as if it wore un
Speaking of tho liquor tralllo in
this state, in violation of the law, tho
attorney-general said all sorts of
horriblo nostrums were Introduced
Into the stato as medicine, when
they were in truth liquor of tho
vilest sort. It was his determina
tion to war against thesecompounds
and to get them out of tho state.
Tho greatest trouble has been ex
perienced along tho southern tier of
counties bordering tho Indian
Territory and Xo Man's Land
Meade county of lute has been over
run by a gang of boot-loggers, and
tho Rock Island people have
seriously cnmptnlncil that their
work has been retarded by the
drunkenness of their men. The
peddltirs get their whisky in No
Man's Land. It K "moonshine"
whisky, and undoubtedly It Is
manufactured without molestation;
for the United States collector and
marshal of this district claim to
have no uut'liorlty to uproot this
violation of the United States
Chautauqua county lias had the
same experience Meado has un
dergone, and it Is more or less true
of every county on the southern
border. The most strenuous efforts
are now being madoby tho attorney
general and the county attorneys
to prevent smuggling, and It is
thought that boot legging and
whisky Joints will soon bo us un
profitable on the border as In other
parts of Kansas, where the prohibi
tory liquor law Is enforced.
Tho Strike at Chlnifro.
Chicago, April 3. Not a wheel
turned In tho Michigan Central
yards after 7 o'clock this morning.
While no strike was declared on
this end, tho road was completely
fled up, the engineers, llromen and
switchmen all having deserted their
The cause of such a state of aflairs
at the yards wus tho presence thero
of tho "Q," freight train which was
delivered yesterday, and the an
nouncement b.. tho Michigan Cen
tral that they would handle all
The statement that no work was
done In the yards after 7 o'clock
this morning, as explained by tho
company's representatives, does not
mean that the Michigan Central's
passenger service was interfered
with. All passenger trains this
morning arrived and departed on
time, as usual. Tho strike was eon
lined to switch engineers, firemen,
and switchmen in tho local freight
yards of tho company.
Chicago, April 3. At Lhnu,
Ohio, last night Patrick Hughes,
Dave Gallagher and Jamos Stokey
were stabbed to death In a light
with Dave Crowdor and Win. Coins
(colored), Tho most lntenso excite
ment wus caused by tho murder,
nnd tho police wore iinablo to kiwp
tho street clear. A mob formed
around the police station, and tho
county Jail was vUited; but tho
murderers were not found us tho
nuthorltlos hud thorn In hiding fear
ing mob violence.