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SALEIVI, OR., MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1SSS.
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vn w I3EI1. Anuiuit.1 ai !.
And uisirii:i.vn"-j -"... .... ... .
RAMSEY A BINGHAM, ATTOKNEYH
and Counselors at Uiw. litis ness In
the Supreme Court n specialty. fcSnlemOr.
rnlLMOX FOUI), ATTORNEY AND
T counselor at 'Lnw, , Stalem, Oregon.
Office, up stairs lu l'01)81
-MAW & GHEGU, AllVltaMS ai
S'uw, Salem, Oregon. Offlco In ration's
Hock, up stairs overllelt's drug store.
n T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
W ijiw Offlco over Cnpltol National
Bank. 249 Commercial Street, Balem, Or.
T W. 8PIWGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
I snlcm. Oregon. Offlce In England's
Mock LegKl business of all kinds. Also
both life and Arc Insurance.
KAISER, ATTORNEY AT IjAW,
in nil the courts of Oregon. Collect!
Inade. I-ind offleo business n specialty
W Sulcm. Oregon
cw.1 In Pat ton's b
Otllce with Tllinou
ulldlng. Will practice
Ti II. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
r Velor nt I-aw, Salem, Oregon. Having
jn abstract of the records of Marion cpiin
iv Including a lot iinfl block Index of Sn
lem he has specll facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Cnnr St,, bet. Kerry and State.
rjlIAVING, HAIR, CUTTING AND
5 Shampooing neatly done.
LADD & BUSH,
Salem, - Oregon.
flWANSAlT A GENERAL RANKING
1 business in nil Its. branches.
SCO. Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
(J conMiintly on hand, and delivered to
5vp.irtof the city at lowest living rates.
Heac give us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Woven Wire' Bed !
ON THIS COAST I
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. PAKKER,
13.1 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.
EARRAR'S 11LOCK, STATE STKKKT,
Scientist, anthropologist, physician nnd
surgeon, will open an olllco in tho Now
Jlank Htock, on May 1st, for the treatment
Of all diseases nf Uvm-lim nml nil ..time
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic nnd nat
ural principles. .Medical baths, ox vgeu and
electro-magnetism ucd. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 17(5, Salem, Oregon.
kstahlishei) nv national autjiohity.
Rosooe Conklin's Condition now Considered
lo be Critical.
nieCapita National Ba
aid up, -
- - 9,500
11. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. .MARTIN, - Vice-President.
.1. II. AL11KRT,( - - - - Cashier.
W.T. Gray, V. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace,
, .1. H. Albert,
T. MoE. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
uoie produce, consigned or In store.
All kinds of Furniture made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on hand.
Established is lSTfl
PACICTO CIDER, VINKGAlt
Fruit Preserving Co.
- - OREGON.
D. C Howard, Proprietor. '
STATU STREET, - , SALEM, OREGON.
S-A11 kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and akijuaro
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
US COURT STREET.
oustantly on hand the bast quality of
Fresh mid Salt Meals!
And all kinds of
S A.U S AO K.
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple -and -Pear
Butter, Sweet ami fiampagne Cider, Cider
Syrup for Mince Meat, Currant Wiue of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, -Plain nnd
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
either In private gninarle-or
Slate aud County Warrants Bought at
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, I-onclon, Purls Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to Tho Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
3-Tbe CLEANEST kept market m tho
city. Call and Fee for youn-elf.
McCROW ,t WILLARD.
Ladders. Ladders !
A FE-VTUTtU OF ISSS.'
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT JUEDIflXK
J'hysieians Preseriplious and Family
Ilcoipes a Si
SHOT FOlt XOT SI'EAKIXU.
Salnoa Keeper Kills his Sistpr's
Hetrntheu, Mistaking him tor
Sax liKKNAitniNO (I'al.), April
!). Frank Cawisas upon entering his
Miloon hero early yesterday morning
heard a man moving about the
place and eulled upon him to sur
render. The man paid no attention
to his demand and was instantly
shot down. He proved to he I).
lUirmn who was shortly to he mar
ried to Ca-iiMis' sister. "Why he
did not speak when accosted
is a mystery.
Ri:iu.i., April 1). It is stated
to-day that Hismarck has abandoned
opposition to the marriage of Prince
Alexander of Rattenburg and
Princess Victoria, having gained
certain other concessions, and tlrnt
all differences between the emperor
and Hismarck have been settled.
Nineteen 1'ertoiiK Killed.
Calcl'tta, April 9. Tornado lias
done great damage in native quarter
of Dacca. Nineteen person" killed.
Tint Kiiipernr's Condition.
Rkhi.in, April !) No change re
ported in the emperor's condition.
Dr. Mackenzie has postponed his
departure for Loudon until Queen
Victoria arrives from Berlin.
S-Oo to J. O'Donald'K shop on High M-,
tt-twoen Court nnd guile, Kuleni, and Ket
one of J. M. Conlter'H patent Improved
Ughtrst Ladder nitde In Oregon.
belly's Old Stand ! !
HAVING l'URCHAHKD TI1K 11LACK
smith hbop known as Kelly's Old
htand, I wlU hereafter be prepared to do nil
l-'or weet Llder, leave orders at Kae
toiy OIBce, drop a 1'ot.tal, or see ilrher.of
tur drflvejy wugois.
Wo keep 5-gullon kegs nnk S-gullon demi
johns that are loaned to customers lor a
term of hlx days. All ordeis promptly
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watewd and plenty ot timber. Two
houses and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acrcsriow land. Plfty
head of cattle with tho pW If wanted, and
horhesenoUKh to run It- Wltliln Jive miles
of depot on UicO.LC. It. K. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
AGKNOY KOU THK (.'KM:illL.Vri:i
WLU HAVANA KIU.KK
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
3Tlie best Jlt o'iit cljpir In (he uiai'
ket. II. W. CO..
lai State Street, KaJeni.
High IVuter at Des .'Moiiii's.
DiH Moi.i:s, April, 9. The l)es
Mojnes rives at this point is higher
now than it has beeinitany time for
several vein's, and is still raising.
Fears are entertained Unit the entire
southern part of the city will he
liKiu.iN, April I). Btsinark is
seriously ill and is conlined to his
room. The details of his illness is
Clll.llnj;' Condition Crltlenl,
Xkw vohk, April . Tho condi
tion of ex-Senator Conkling tills
morning is, very critical, and fears of
a fatal termination are entertained.
The work on the Ilwaco & Shoal
water Hay railroad includes .1000 feet
trestle and roadway at Ilwaco, 1000
feet along the line, and the removal
of 05,000 cubic yards of earth.
The new school house at Hoseburg
has been completed at a cost of about
$20,000. It is n two-story building,
capable of senting GOO pupils, and
contains side rooms for school
purposes, two recitation rooms, and
one large room for special purposes.
The building is In the form of a
cross, and has a lloor area of school
rooms of 7,844 square feet.
A few days ago, says the Wasco
Sun, K. Vv. Hunker, a workman at
the company's shops, had tho mis
fortune to lose the tlrst linger of his
left hand, lie was engaged as a
helper in the blacksmith shops. In
some manner the sledge was drop
ped on the anvil aud bounced up
again, catching the linger and com
pletely tearing it tilt". A surgeon
amputated the linger above the llrst
Considerable excitement was wit
nessed at tho depot at Dallas on
Thursday, occasioned by tho south
bound train running away. The
hands were taking their dinner,
when without any apparent cause
the train started down the track at
a considerable speed. The alarm
was given by those standing by and
soon the No. 7 (north bound) was
dispatched after the runaway train
and a lively race for three miles en
sued, and brought back safely to the
station. No serious damage was
Monday afternoon ti couple of
tramps broke into the ivsldcncc of
Mr. Maxwell, who lesldes near
Irving, Lane county, and took
about $10 worth of clothing, etc. It
seems Maxwell and his wife were
out ofthe'houso at the time, but
near by, and Mrs. Maxwell found
them in there aud gave the alarm.
Mr. Maxwell took after them and
succeeded in capturing one of them
at the time aud lie was lodged in
jail. The other was captured at
J larrisburg Wednesday ami SheritT
Sloan went after him Thursday
Lightning Flashes of What the Woild
t bite is
SHOT V AX OCTOUEXAMAN.
An Acil HoMuViit of Itorkfonl Shoot
a Hoy in the Hack.
In the beht stvle known to tho trade at
hort notice. The best of workmen em
ployed, nnd all work guaranteed to k!o
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Htand. Salem, Or.
H. W. COX,
H constantly on luuul u well Ketootrtt
Bcericke &. Schreck's
NEATLY I'llINTKU UUIUB TO HK
HAD UI"ON APPLICATION.
Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Are the I'urert and BeL II. W. COTt
r lb only authortMd agent. . . ..
-OaU for the H. A H. Homeopathic Pre
paration and aeeef no other.
Salem Co-OperaliFe Association, P. of Ii.
All Kinds of Produce Bought.
120, Statu street, Salem, Or.
WILLIS' i wmw,
Real Estate Agents i
lluy and JI fernn and oily wmerty. I
A laive number of dwJmble famiK and olfy
property owofrlnBon rwwinalile U-riim.
A. E. STRANG,
No. .'Xtl Commercial Street,
SAIM, - - OKEGOX.
STOVES and RANGES
I'lumbiog, lias anil Straiu Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
9.RPnt for the HICIIAUDSON A
HOYNTON COMPANY'S KurniKVM. l'.h
tablUhed In 1819.
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop.
Norinnl School Hiirned.
Tkhwi: IIauti:, Intl., Aiaruli II.
Th Htnto Xorinal M'hool at tliU
)lii('c was totally liuruetl this moni-
in. Tim I(H4 unioiintH to 75,000.
Twenty two professors and oirlit
huntlretl htudeiits, ninny of wlioin
woro KlrlsLMiKMl wtfoly.
DUpiile to Imi Se.'llrd.
London, April 0. A clinptitch
from Timnierwiys tiiat a treaty was
signed yehteniuy whurehy the Kul
titn agrees to leave tin lis)iile lx
tween tho United States anil Ameri
can eotiHiil. Iftlioyfail to agree a
Europenu referee will he nominated
whoso decision shall Ik; linal.
Ihe Verdict I'naulnious.
W. 1). Knit, Druggist, Ulppus,
Intl., testitles: "I can recommend
Electric Hitters as the very best
remedy. Every hottle sold has
given relief in every ease. One man
took six bottles, and was cured of
Rheumatism of 10 yearn' standing."
Abraham Hare, druggist, IJellville,
Ohio, atllnns: "Tho best selling
medicine I have over handled in )ny
'20 years' experience, is Electric
Hitters." Thousands of others have
added theirtestimony, so that tho
verdict is unanimous that Electric
Hitters do cure all diseases of the
Liver, Kidneys or lliood. Only a
half dollar a bottle at II. W. Cox's
JtocKKoitn, 111., April 8. This
evening Leo Hoyt, a small boy,
while playing in the street with his
companions, was shot lu the back
by Jluel Pickett, about 80 yearn of
age. Tho old man was arraigned
and bound over to tho.'grand jury.
He was annoyed by the boys, and
took this way to frighten them
away, with tho desired ell'eet. He
A DUantroiiH Storm,
Chicaoo, April 7. A dispateii
front Evnnsville, Intl., says: A very
severe rain and wind storm swept
over Union and Livingston counties,
Kentucky, this morning. Reports
of considerable damage are just
coming in and indicate that tho
country about Uniontown suH'ered
much from barns being blown down,
the large forests being swept awuy.
One death is reported, that of an
unknown man, who was killed by a
falling tree near Caseyvllle.
I'lMilhly a Trlek.
Ji:wYoitK, April 7. One of tho
queerest episodes that ever occurred
in this city was tho funeral of Jacob
.Sharp, which occurred at 8:,TO this
evening, at his Into residence. The
utmost secrecy marked t lie arrange
ments, mid no one was allowed to
enter tho house, except by invita
tions especially sent by the family.
Even tho visitor had evidently
been instructed not to give any in
formation about the aflhir, and when
questioned denied that the funeral
was taking place.
Tim Strike H'a Not Uem-i-iil.
Ciiicauo, April 7. There was no
general strike of yardnuisters on tho
" Q" road as reported. Three yard
masters at .Sixteenth street quit
work, having become disgusted with
tlio men they had to work with in
rjUNTLY & McFERSON,
i The only guaranteed cure for
I catarrh, cold in the head, hay fever,
j ro-e cold, catarrhal deafness and
sore eyes. Restores the sense of taste
, and unpleasant breath, resulting
i from catarrh. Easy jmd pleasant to
' iw. Follow directions anil a euro Is
warranted, by all druggists. .Send
for I'iroulur to Ahlutiuo Medical
j Company, Orovlllc, Oil. Six
mouths' treatment for'Slj sent by
I mail, $1.10. For sale by I). W.
! .Matthew t Co., 100fjtntob't.,fc:aletn.
Following Is the list of letters re
maining in the postofilcc, at Salem,
Oregon, April 4, 1K88. Parties call
ing for them will please say "ad
All letters published us non-de-Ilvored
will bo charged with one
cent lu addition to the regular
HurrliiKton, .1 0
II ron prey, il ix M
MaHtor, (J W
.MaretiK 11 11
Shiner W A
Hollow, A K
Holloway, II (14
Menlw, Mrs l t)
Itymi, P M
'. ii. oimu P. .M.
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and' Tho original aimktink
Dppp fltnr? OINTMENT is only put up lu largo
IKIXCS, llllll is an
two-otinco l nt
VII ..!. will rK l.nilMUt lltflltkul. HllsolutO OilfO for Oil! SORW, lllirilS,
itHii Kiniuoi worn in on
in. SailKftuitloii uiwro
Miion in wi
rVtliiMltw oti Mil klniUt of work In our line wounds, dimmed hands, and all
itlim Kiwroniwxi. . ' ' '
d Court IIihmw mi t'mirt utrwi, hUin cruiitlollS. Will IMMltlvely
Write polloiw ot Initurunee aulnt fire
on all eloiweH of property In euht relkible
aud Wfttltliy Coinpanl.
Will negotiate loan oo real wtate or per
uhuU fcnourity oa lose or hrtUme, nd
(tor lurjfe or mU mm.
Htoijii.ur. cure all kinds of piles. Ask for tho
STRICKLER BROS. ORIGINAL AIII1WINK OINT
MENT. Hold by I). V. Matthews
ne.ti.KiM in ii cu, lWt Htnto street, Hwleni, at 1
STOVES AND TINWARE I ;iT'JJ
RoofiDg a&d Spouling a Sftfially.
iailKLd,rfaDd,rfI,tt,-HW,'Bfe0m,''lyoveuInB, April 0.
Now l Ibe lliiu
Nov that tho M)lltlcal campaign
is approaching It Is Kiisoiiablo tiinu
to stiliMTlbo lor tho Capital
Joi'hna'u It will contain full
lvixirts of all K)litlcal conventions,
meetings and elections, inula candid
'dihcussiou of tho questions ut Issue,
land will lie delivered any where in
I the city for 15 cents jwr week, or
I will bo sent by mail for f m' year.
Loavo orders at this olllco or with
tho route ugent.
rlowfr Social. - -
Tito ladlfe oj(5 tho M. E. diuroli ' Just received a full lino
will irivo a "Flower Social" on Yv U. Htetsnu's Imts at
l.fllri'K IVoin UlaliiK.
Aiaiukta (Me.). April 8. -Letters
received to-day from IJlalne state
that Ids family will start for Paris
In about two weeks, and that after
sending a short time there will
make a trip through Norway and
Sweden. They will arrive lii this
country on thojlast of June,
linifM lor Chairman.
Washington, April 8. It is said
that it is now talked of to make
Senator Jones of Nevada chairman
of the republican national committee
when it meets in Chicago in June.
Conkllnir Is Itottm.
Nliw Vomc, April 7. Roscoo
Conkllng passed a comfortable
night and is reported very much
better to-day. Ills physicians are
Doctors Hai'ker and Anderson, and
ho is attended by a professional
Ni:v Vohk, April 8. Roscoo
Conkllng Is now convalescent.
A dither ApiifiiU for liU Hoy.
St. Loimh, April 7. Samuel W.
Urooks, father of Hugh M. Brooks,
alias XV. H. .Maxwell, lias written a
long and touching apieal to tho
American people to help him to
save his hoy from tho gallows.
Maiuhtta (Ohio), April 7. Tho
city Is celebrating to-day the one
hundredth anniversary of tho land
ing of fieiieral Kufus Putnam and
his baud here on April 7th, 1788.
First formal part of the program
was an rehires of welooino by
Governor Forakor who alluded
warmly to memories tlioy wore
celebrating. Hon. (Jeo. F. Hoar, U,
S. senator from Mastuifhusotts, was
then introduced and delivered tho
oration of the day.
Wm. Drawn & Co, uro In receipt
of some very lino spring goodd,
among the newont is a linu of moim
cordovan, button, bale and conyrewi.
Cull in and see them.
hli M j3&AbJrdJO.tu.
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