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SALEM, OR., SATURDAY, APRIL ji, 1SSS.
m W BELT, ATTOHNFA' AT LAW
Q- and District Attorney. Ofllcc nt court
RAMSEY BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
nndCoiiii-elors at Law. Buslncwj In
tbc sSSremo Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
rnlLMON KORD, ATTORNEY AND
T counselor fit Law, Snlcm, Oregon.
OfficcVP ktaiTS m p'uto" 8 Mac
.itAW & ailEGG, ATTORNEYS AT
& fiw Shlcm, Orcson. Offlcc In IMtton's
Sfceifnp &lruverTMt-H drug torc.
ST RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
Law Olllce. over Capitol National
Bank, 240 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
r WT SPRIGGS ATTORNEY AT IVW,
flrk Legal business or all Ktnan,
both life and Arc insurance.
.1 Knicm. unwu. """:..""e'"rr
WM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Halem. Oregon. Ofllce with Tllmon
Korct m mtonVltmllulng. Will practice
In nil the courts of Oregon. Collections
Inaoc. iJind olllce business a specialty.
P ieior at Law, Salem, Orefeon. Having
n ubstract of the records of Marion coun
?r including a lot and block index of Sii
em he liasspeclal facilities for examining
... .nnl net ntn
titles u " ""'
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Kerry and State.
rtHAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
5 Shampooing neatly done.
LADD & BUSH,
B A N K K R 'S !"
Salem, - Oregon.
business in all its branches.
!S00, Commercial St.,Siltni.
riHOlOE STEAKS A OTHER MEATS
C constantly on hand, and de Ivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rates.
I'leW give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor,
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
S-AU kinds of fresh and cured meats
alwaj s on hand. Full weight and asquaro
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
IN COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand tho best quality or
fresh and Salt Meats !
And nil kinds of
SAU S AGr K.
-The CLEANEST kept market in the
city. Call nnd bee for yourself.
McCROW A WILIjARI).
Ladders. Late !
J-Go to J. O'Donald'H (.hop on High M.,
between Court and State, snlein, anil get
one of J. M. Coulter's patent Improved
Lightest Udaer mtit In Oregon.
Kelly's Old Stand ! I
TJAVINO PURCHASED TIIEHLACK-
XX smith shop known as jvcuy t uiu
Stand, I will hereafter le prepared to do all
In the best stylo known to tho.trado nt
khort notice. The best of workmen em
ployed, nnd nil work guaranteed to give
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly' Old Htnnd. Hnlem, Or.
H. W. COX,
Ha ("onsuintly on hnnd it well selected
Bcericke & Schreck's
V NE.VTLY I'niNTHD UUIDE TO UK
HAD Ul"ON APPLICATION.
Tne B. t S. PREPARATIONS
re the Punt and Bt. 1L W. COX
w iht nly authorized ngent.
-Call for the R A & THomeopathle Pre
lruuon and accept no other.
Woven Wife Bed !
ON THIS COAST I
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
IS! Fifth Street, Portland, Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
KARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
All kinds of Furniture made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on baud.
ESTAIII.ISIIKD IN 1ST!).
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
llullcr, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrup for llinccIeat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality," Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FEATURE OF 1888,
For Sweet Cider, leave orders at Fac
tory Olllce, drop a. Postal, or see driver of
our delivery wagon.
Wo keep 5-gnllon kegs ank gallon demi
johns that are loaned to customers for a
term of six days. All orders promptly
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plenty ot timber. Two
houses nnd two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow und 150 acres plow land. Fifty
head of cattle with the place If wnnted, nnd
horees enough to run It. Within five miles
of depot on the 0.4C. R.R. A bargain lor
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
Salem Go-Operative Association, P. of II.
All Kinds of Produce Bought.
l'JU, SUito street, Salem, Or.
WILLIS k lllAMBERLIN,
Real Estate Agents
Huy nnd sell lrm and pity m)twty.
A laree ninnbor of dwlmble form anil olty
l)rojrly now otltarlng on raisorwble lermt!.
Write poW ol InAitHnee aitaliiBt lire
on all elns of property In elit rwllnble
and wealthy Companle.
Will negotiaU loaaa on real estate or per
sonal aeeuruy en lOBg or kbort time, and
for large or small ium.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
surgeon, will open an olllce In the New
Bank Block, on May 1st, for the treatment
or nil diseases of women, nnd nil other
chronic eases, on strictly hyglenlennd nat
ural principles. Medical baths.oxvgen nnd
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 176, Hnlem, Oregon.
KSTAm.ism:n hy national authokityT
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, - -
- - OREGON.
- - - $75,000
- - - 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
Y V. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace.
, J. II. Albert,
T. MeF. ltitton.
To rarmers on wheat and other market
able produce, convened or in store, . '
either In private granaries, or
Stale aud County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable Rites. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hon? Kong nnd Calcutta.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to Tho Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
pes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.'
SThc best five cent cigar In tho mar
ket. H. W. COX.
100 State Street. Salem.
A. E. STRANG,
No. :1 Commercial Htreet,
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
K3- Agent for' the UICHARDSON &.
HOYNTON COMPANY'S Kurnaecii. Ks
tnbllRbed in m.
" Live mid Let Live Paint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
All orders will receive promt attention.
HNtlnmtiMonull kind of work In our line
cheerfully given, ftaitafretlon Biwranlwl.
Shop hi Oia Court Home Oil Court street,
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofiog awl Spouting a Specially.
ba ohl Hand ot IJn. Wranc. Com-ret.
1 he Capital National Bank
Tlic ItcIatioQS or England and liermauv
in Peril of a Wedding.
Nominations fur (ho Legislature
Portland, April 7. The follow
ing nominations were made this af
ternoon -for State Senators from
Multnomah county by the republi
can county conventien: John T
Carson, J. II. Waite, Donald
Mnckay, Joseph Simon. Represent
atives: J. A. Strowbridge, W.M.
Ladd, W. T. Hume, R. P. Earhart,
D. P. Thompson, J. J. Fisher, W. R.
Gilbert, IT. A. Northup, S. R. Har
rington. The convention is still In
London, April ".The Times says
it is patent Hint Bismarck is restless
nnd sulky under the new regime.
Heretofore he has had to do with
men alone; now he llnds himself
confronted with tho inlluence of
Victoria who is blessed with true
Guelphic sentimentality and ob
stinacy. No wonder he is uncomfort
able. Alaskan Salmon Cauneriex.
San Francisco, April 7th.
Three Barks, tho W. W. Care, C. C.
Funk, and Nicholas Thayer, sailed
for Alaska to-day with men nnd
material for the Arctic Packing
Co's salmon canneries there. It is
said the barks carried 2o0 men.
Fell Into a IVcll.
Pauiyka (Mo.), Aj)ril ".Some
school children while plnyingiiround
an old well thirty feet deep, yester
day, were precipitated to tho bottom
by the breaking of several rotten
plank. Two children were drown
ed and several badly injured, who
are not expected to live.
"o Jenrr.ll .Strike.
Chicago, Apr. 7. There wasj no
general strike of the yard musters on
the "Q," Road last night as report
ed. Three yard masters at 10th st.
quit work having become disgusted
witli the men they had to work
with on the yard.
Nkw YoitK, April 7. Hans and
Fanny Stackrye, young married
Russian immigrants, suicided in a
miserable .tenement house this
morning. Want of employment is
Biipposert to be the cause.
Likely t Din.
New Youk, April 7. Jacob
Sharp's widow is announced ttf be
very ill. This morning fears are en
tertained that she will not recover.
London, April 7. Transatlantic
steamship companies nre stopping
tho booking of Irish emigrants
becauso the number of applicants
for passage is greater than can bo
Itoxron Conkllni; Hick.
Nbw Yok, April 7. Boscoo
Conkling passed a comfortable
night and Is reported very much
Han Fhan'cisco, April 7. .1. II.
Jellcrys, u ctible cur gripman, who
shot and killed Geo. Southern, a
young plasterer, in a saloon row,
was sentenced to seven und u liulf
years' imprisonment in HanQuoiitiii
state prison t.wluy.
Ottawa, April 7. Tho debute
in the parliament here, which has
lasted three weeks, terminated at
4:15 o'olook this morning. The
rewHUtlons in favor of unrestricted
reciprocity in trade und coasting
with the United Btutcs was rejected
hyuvotoofliM to 07.
London, Apr. 7. It is stated that
Lord Salisbury bus bogged the
Queeii to,d.lifctt from interfering in
the ontrjBVenjjy aver tho murrlugoof
Irinc4 Ajttxtjndjr und Vrincut Via
torlu, us hu fwre that the good rela
tions with Germany will be ruptured.
Pittsihjko, April 0. The strikers
at Edgar Thompson's steel works in
Pittsburg on Wednesday, rejected
Andrew Carnegie's co-operative
proposition. Mr. Carnegie im
mediately ordered the complete
shut-down of the great plant until
January i, issu. Tins announce
ment was received with dismay by
the workingmen. It will throw out
of employment over 5000 men.
Freight Cars Smashed Up.
Colton (Cala.), April 7. A
freight train on the California
Southern collided with somodelayed
freight cars here last night. The
freight caw were smashed and
burned but no one was hurt.
CHKMKKKTK IIDTKb AKKIVAIA
Saturday, Arnn. 7, 188S.
J Rapstir, Rashgate Dakota ; A
Schory, R A Rrown, San Francisco;
II JConser, T Jones, C V, McDon
ald, Portland ; W Furrow, Melmnia;
G Johnson, Fox Valleyl; R A
Wright, Macksburg Or. ; J Munch
Aurora ; E O Moore, Ruston ; S M
Briscoe, R H Lee, Chenmwu ; S
Wilson, Haysvllle- Or. ; J II Rah
man, J I) Matung, Independence
M McGco, Murshlleld ; II Aloxan
der, McCoy ; A B Dorsey, Harris.
burg ; Pat O'Neil, city ; II Carter,
Mehama, M llord, Fruit Vale ; J
Russell Wyutt, Jlarrisburg ; W J
Hicock, Gold Hill ; N W Mathews,
Coburg ; A Smith, St. Louis ; L
Stout, Highland ; J Chornian, Beav
er Creek ; C .1 Parker, S W Murks,
Oregon City ; G C Fowler, Colum
bia county ; L Lorsen, Washing
county : J L Chapmnn ; Selwood ;
G V Hubbard, New Port ; I A
Deeds, Albina ; Wm. Barlow, Bar
low station ; W II Welsh. Mursh
lleld ; Chns. II Frientlley, Polk
county ; J F Hendricks, Hnrris
burg ; W C Edwards, Junction ;
W P Vulleys, Sun Francisco.
MIA.M BATTI.K AT SM:U.
Ki. JoiutNAi.: Tt is now
less than three
until the 4th of
and being desirous of
ing the interests of our city, permit
me through the columns of the
JouiinaIj to make a few suggestions.
Suppose we have a grand old cele
bration on the 4th and among other
attractions a sham battle by tho O.
N. G. The cost would be nothing
compared to the number of people
it would attract; by commencing
prepurulions early we could have
all Marion and Polk counties. A
sham battle would be a novelty and
jieoplo would come from all the
small towns to see It. We could have
companies A, B, C, K, F audi,
of the 2ndIlcgimcnt,uudthocavulry
from Sheridan. These seven coni
punies could bring 2100 men armed
and uniformed. Then the Grand
Army and other military orgttnl
zutions would swell the number to
nearly 400 men, who could iniike
the eagle scream as site never
"screm" before In Salem. Let us
begin early and have a grand old
Fourth aud the business men of
Salem will nover regret It. II.
A Srrloiu fall.
Mrs. Patterson, who lives about
two aud a half miles thin side of Sil
verton, met with a serious accident
this morning in the followiugl'mun
iter; She wus churning on tho rear
porch of her house, when her chuir
tlpited over, throwing her off the
ixirch. In her effort to keep fiom
fulling site caught hold of t lie churn
which fell on top of her. Her
collar bone was fractured, her right
shoulder dislocated, her nose broken
and she received several other severe
bruises. Dr. .1. N. Smith, of this
city, drove out and gave her the
needed surgical trcutmeiit and loft
her feeling as comfortable us anyone
could bo under the elrcumstuiicoH.
Mrs. Patterson Is fjiiltu well known
In Salem, having lived in North Su
Iom, near the Fnlr Ground before
her removal to Sllvorton.
riKt t HtCay.
A few tluys ago u man named
Neul got Into un ulturoution with
John Holt, tho McCoy, Polk county,
druggist, and drew a ruvnlvur,
threatening to kill him. Belt did
not proioho to bo done up In th'ut
wuy und clliuihtd Nd und then
beat tho (mmHs out of him. No
Liglilning Flashes or What Ihe World
al Large is Doing.
THK I'KOIMUTIONIST (1AMK.
St. John is Plnying into
Hands of the Democracy.
San Fhancisco, April C This
evening's Bulletin, In commenting
on tho apparent fact that the demo
cratic party will make one of the
strongest lights this year that has
ever been mude to curry Oregon, has
a long editorial on outside causes or
motives that may aid them in the
results desired. As in the east, so
democratic politicians here hold that
there is one combluution by which
a deinocraticprcsidcntcanbe elected
without the vote of Indiana. That
combination unites New York, Now
Jersey aud Oregon with the solid
south. If a democrat could bo
elected in the June election In the
last named state, a sort of leverage
would be secured to carry tho state
in November, and work out the po
litical problem the solid south plus
New York, New Jersey nnd Oiegon.
Looking at this fact, the Bulletin
St. John, the apostle of temper
ance, Is now en route to Oregon, and
Is to engage In tho contest. It is u
little remarkable, perhaps, that tho
campaign against whisky should bo
made to assume great activity in
Oregon just at the time when tho
democracy wants much to secure a.
Pueiilc state. St. John will seek to
impress on the farmers and business
men that it is alcohol in its various
forms tltui 1ms to be fought, nirtl not
free trade. Tho iisuul rule is (hut
while persons influenced by him
uro engaged in a conflict with the
monster, the democrats get away
with the state. If the question of
Intemperance could be kept in ulwy
nnce until the questions of the tariff
were settled, there would be a fairer
Held for the fray. But It Is Just
about the lime of a presidential elec
tion Unit, the Kansas propugaudlst
exhibits tlio greatest uetlvlty. Ho
has been puradlug this coast for
some time past, in a mud sort oi
way; but It Is only as the presiden
tial election approaches that ho
grows vehement on tho proposition
that the line of menu of the Pacific-
coast culture shall be vigorously
drawn at tiunollonrris water
and vinegar bitters. A system
of republican diversion, by
just such devices us that of St.
John, Is the secret of democratlo suc
cess. It is tho method by which
the minority party, which not long
ago, waged physical war against the
Union, and Is now waging an
economic war on the states which
nre opposed to it, lias managed to
win the ascendency.
Washington, April (I. Tho
senate last night removed the In
junction of secrecy from the ex-
trudltion treuty with (Jreut Brltuln,
now jiendlng in tho senute, Tills
treuty adds to the list of extruditublo
offenses munslutighter, burglury,
embezzlement, lurceny, In sums of
50 or more, malicious Injuries to
persons or property by the use of
explosives und obstructions of rull
Itiltlxll Ouliliift Cmiiii'll.
London, April fl A cabinet coun
cil wus hastily summoned to-duy by
telegraph. Many ministers camou
longdistance to take part in the
conference. It Is supposed that the
subjectsof discussion wore tho Ger
man oilsis and the proclaiming of
national leuguo meetings in Ireland.
Lord Salisbury conferred for an
hour to-day with Huron do Stael,
the Itussiun nuihasHudnr.
Wabiiinuton, April U. Thu
president sent the following nomi
nations to tho senuto to-day:
Brlgndlur-Gonurul George Crook, to
lie major gunural; Colonel John It.
Brooke, of tho Third lnfuntry, to bo