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SALEM, OR., TUESDAY, AI'RIL lO, 1SSS.
fTKBw'BphitTIB?! BBn IlnfiiriMMIISEiftA
Zn W MELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
rind District Attorney. Office at court
RAMSEY A. MNGIIAM, ATTOItNEYS
TAMH ",. , Taw. Itnslncsx in
,.., FORD. ATTORNEY AND
TSScli a W,, Ktlcni. Oregon.
Jblcefup stairs in Patten's block.
.. mr rlKKiU. Auuiwmo J"
T. Salem. Oregon. Office, in l'atten s
ti'.r mi atalra over neiis arug suhx-.
n T. UICHAUUa, '", .Hn!
...t.T otmnvwv at
g'nkSb Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
, . SPIUGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
T l!m. Oregon. Office in KiiKland's
LcSal bi&nct of all kinds. Alo
botn uie " "-" u V
Wsiiteiii Oregon. Offlcowlth Tllmoii
v-ord in WtonNiiildlnB. Will practice
m ;fll the courts of Oregon. Collections
-8L Find office business a specialty.
. .,-..-.., rtWt.-Vl?.V AT 1. VV.
-r II D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COl'N
P liter at tow, Salem, Oregon. Having
'kSrni'inf the records of Marlon ooun
?no lumnL-a l"t and block index of Ho,
& he has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor,
ronr St., bet. Kerry and State
HAVING. HAIR cutting: AND
J5 hhanipoolns neatly done.
LADD & BUSH, l
Salem, - Oregon.
MlKANhAlT A GENERAL HAN KINO
1 business In all Its branches. f
:i00. Coram rcinl SU Saleiu.
rdtOICE STKAKB & OTHER MEATS
C constantly on hand, and , Ivercdto
a5y part of the city at lowest living rates.
Hease, glc us your patronage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
hTATB STREET, - .VLKM, OllEGON.
3-AU kinds of fresh and cured "i
always on band. Full weight and asquare
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
!)? COURT STRJSET. "
Constantly on hand the 'best quality f
Fresh aiiil Salt Meats'
And all kinds or
WThe CLKANKST kept market in the
city. Call and bee lor yourself.
3KJoto J. O'Donald'Ht&oponJIIgh st.,
between Coirt and State, Salem, and get
one of J, M. Coulter's patent Improved
Ugbtfet bUitr made la Ortga.
"Kelly's Old Stand ! !
HAVING PURCHASED TUB nlACK
emlth shop known as Kuliy Old
huind, I will herwiftor bo prepared toJo nil
In the best stylo known to tho trade at
hort notice. Tho best of workmen au
Floyed, nnd nil work guaranteed to give
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Stand, Salem, Or.
H. W. COX,
Has njnstautly on liund well elected
Boericke & Schreck's
VKVTI.V PRINTED (U'IDK TO I1B
H VI) Pl-ON APPLICATION.
Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Vr th. Ihul and lUwl If. W. l"OX
ih ,.t- r.,7i tHirliM namT
a: t "
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is Manufactured by
GEO: M. PARKER,
133 Fifth Street, Portland, Or.
For wile by
A. T. YEATON,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite Minto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
KAItUAK'S HLOCK, STATE STREET,
All kinds of1 Eurnlturo made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on hand.
Established in 18TH.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
Cider Jcllv, Currant Jelly, Apple and I'm
Butter, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrup for Mince Meat, Cm rani Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, I'lain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FIIVTUHK OF 18SS.
For Sweet Cider, leavo order at l-ae-tory
Otllce, drop a Posuil, or tee drherof
our dollvery wagon. . .' ..
Wo keep 6-gallon kegs ank 3-gallon demi
johns that nre loaned to customers for n
term f six days. All ordem promptly
flUca- f G.STOLTZ,
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plenty t timber. Two
hoiwes sad two hams. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Hfty
head of cattle with the place If wanted, and
horses enough to run It. Within live miles
of depot on tlieO. & V. It. it. A Imrgnln for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
Salem Co-Operative Association, P. of II.
All Kinds of Produce Bought.
12u, State btrect, Haloni, Or.
WILLIS k CIIAJIIiERLIN,
Real Estate Agents
ltay nd W1 farms and city l"lf.
A krg nuiwUrof drtn1ito fcniiband elj
pnMMrty now otftriiw iw rwmIiJ tH.
Write pollfltw o ImHiwneo aguInM. iire
on all el of proparty In eight rrtteblo
and uwUbjr Oi)HinIi.
Will aepUl lM M ri w pbj
WW aegettaWteswen Ml " psr-
Scientist, anthropologist, ph.vslelan and
surgeon, will open an office In the New
Hank Block, on May 1st, for tho treatment
of all diseases of m onion, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hyplenleand nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electixvinagnetlsni used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170,S.ilcm,Oregou.
ESrAllLISHKD liY NATIONAL VUTIIOMTY.
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, .... $75,000
Surplus, -..-.- 9,500
R. S. VAU,ACK,' - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - VUe-1'revUlent.
J. II. Al'.HKHT, .... ('ashler.
W.T.Gray, W.W.Mai tin,
J. M. Martin, It. S. Wallace,
, . .1. H. Albert,
f. MeP. l'atton.
To farmers on wheat and other timiUct-
ublo produce, consigned or In store,
cither In nrlvate granaries or
Slalc ami County Warrants ilcuglil at 1'ar.
Discounted nt reasonable rates.
drawn dliect on New York, Chicago, San
r nuieisco, juruauu, 1.01111011, r.u Is, lie
iiong lvnnganu Calcutta.
PI. w. cox,
(Successor to The Port llru-g Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
Drags and i
CHEMICALS k PATENT .MEDICINES
' Druggist Sundries."
Plnsirians Prescriptions ami Family
liecipeis a Specially.
AOKXiJY imuthk okiii:kati:d
FULL HAVANA FIM.Klt
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
3-The lie-.t flv nent clg.it In the nui
kct. II. Y. COX.
JOl State Stj-eet.tSalenu
A. 13. STRANG,
No. :WJ Cntnineivlul .Street,
SALEM, - - OHKOON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, (ias and Slum Fit(iijr.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
vB Agent for tho KK'UAllDHON t
HOVN1XIN COMI'AXVS Hiii'iniu. Ks
tablisihed in im.
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
All onloni will rive iiniuiut mtemkin. j
RRtliimtos on all kfntUor wrK la our line
liMrntfy riven. KmWhellon mwmntewl.
iLH" '.. --..
I lli I IllUTill MnTiAiirtl Do nl
STOVES AND T)pARElhn;W(;
' Advice n-om 1
llooling and Spooling a Specialty.
3-Atth oW kMnU at lies. Kuhrk, ("'n
Jil l jyi
Roseoe Cotikling's Condition Still Consid
ered Yerv Critical.
THE 15L0UD AND IRON CHANCELLOR.
Hp is Condeiniicu for Heartless Trent
incut tit' tho Sick Kaiser.
London, April 10. The Vienna
papers condemn Bismarck for his
rough and heartless recoun-o to
newspaper publicity In order to
bully the ill and wearied Kaiser into
wearing the IMsmareklan collar even
in his family all'airs. There have
been conHietlng rumors to-day as to
the Queen's, intentions to abandop
her Berlin visit, but the beit advices
are that she will go.
A ltalil on Indians.
Kansas City, April 10. Advices
from the Indian tenitory say that
40 fanners from Ashland and other
southern Kansas points, organized a
vigilance committee last week and
made a raid on a band of Indians.
Four of the baud were caught and
strung up to the nearest trees; nine
more were chased into the sand hills
of the Cherokee strip and are now
surrounded in u dug out. They re
fuse to surrender and the farmers
proposv to starve them out and hang
A Domestic Tragedy.
Omaha, April 10. Peter Bergo,,a
mechanic aged 47, last night cut his
wife's throat from ear to ear with a
razor, and then attempted suicide
with the-same weapon. Mrs. Ber
go's wound Is thought to In? fatal,
but the husband will probably re
cover. Jealousy is said to be the
cause of the deed.
Two Traiiiiui'ii Killed.
L'hicaro, April i). A spci'inl to
tlio Inter-Oecan from C'aribcKi, Ari
zona, stvb : Last t'veniiiir, al S:;!0
o'clock, as the west bound freight
train on the Atlantie & 1'aclle mil
road was Hearing this place the en
gine wiih derailed, and It plunged
down a steep embankment. Frank
Ashton, tiiuliremau, and John Hell,
brakeman, were killed. The engin
eer jumped and escaped without in
jury. Ten ears were badly wrecked.
Death of Another Victim.
San Jiiutx.viiDixo, April .
(,'aduri, tlte npecial policeniau eon
eerned in the tiiatlruplo shtMiting in
the (31iib hiiloon wmie days ago,
wliereby two men were killed, died
X- York 1'olltlcH.
Xkw Yomc, April . The State
Ahsembly has at last awakened to
the fact that the public demands an
Investigation of the lobby and of tho
charges of the Now York World
that the lobby king, E. It. Phelps,
said he could buy up almost any
legWator. To-day the Assembly
ordered an inquiry into the World's
charges and the evidence secured by
Nellie Uly, and called tho attention
of tho District Attorney of Albany
to tho matter. The investigation
begins on Wednesday. Tho mem
bers, who fear tho lobby's power,
however, had passed amendments
depriving tho committee of Inquiry
of most of Its power, so the investi
gation may prove a farce. I'holps
has skipped and cannot Ik- found.
The inquiry without him will be
like "Jlamiet" without a l'rlnco.
j TIim 1,'arMin .Mint.
Wasiiixo'idx, April !), Itepre-
sentatlvo Woodburn, of Novadn,and
Director Kimball of the Mint, ap
jxwred Ixjforo tho House Appropria
tion Committee last night in rela-
(tiontollio Carson Mint. Kimball
wisheslho Carson mint tube reduced
to an umy oiiieo simply. Mr.
Woodburn oppoil the proK)ltlon
in a long and ell'eetlvo argument.
He contuuilud that as tiie mint had
i,,,,.,, lutnhllMluMl liv law it wan not
utt" ewuuuiHiiwi nj m it um
m.ii. wiupowu. ... iK. ..-.., ",, M 111H lMM.,. ..inusUul I
Congri, a w propyl in ivduo-
ing the mint to an away olllcc.
WVwrullmeil muilii nil UIUMll fur 111-
ons nir mo mini.
that tiie cholera In the Infected
district uf Chili U rupidly dyiujc
Ilia I lie's Had Health.
IIostox, April 0. Dr. AVinthrop
F. Ileywood, who has been absent
three years in Vienna studying med
icine, returned to Boston last Satur
day. Since completing ids studies,
Ileywood has been traveling on the
continent, and passed the larger por
tion of the winter at Florence where
he frequently saw and talked with
Blaine, who is now living there.
"TIow about Blaine?" asked a re
porter of Dr. Haywood to-day. " Is
lie ill, as reported, or is the story
simply a campaign He."
" Blaine is not sick in the sense
requiring constant medical care,"
replied Dr. Haywood, "but is far
from well. I believe he has a pro
gressive malady which will cause
deatli in a short time, unlcxs he gets
relief, of which there is little pros
poet." " What ails him."
"Though I was not called to at
tend him professionally, from what
he said tome and from the general
observation I have no hesitation in
in saying that ho has diabetes,
which will progress to a fatal termi
nation. Why, lie lost twenty
pounds of llesh in two months.
When he wont across the Atlantie
last .lime he was a plump man,
weighing about 200 pounds. Now
he is a shriveled, bandy-legged old
man, who will not scale 1G0 pounds.
His face Is thin and blue and his
shoulders are stooping. Those big
full eyes are hollow and underscored
with blue bands. That big under
lip Is as pale as a piece of marble.
No one can form any idea how lie
has failed this winter.
"Is he ablo to be up and about'.'"
"Yes, but takes extra good care of
hinielf. He cannot endure much
exercise. He told me that about all
he lived on was the bluest kind of
skim milk. He assured mo that ids
reason for declining tho nomination
was that he felt a presentiment that
he was going to die and did not
wish to undertake tho arduous la
bors of a campaign, fearing that he
would not hoidupundorthe strain."
"Do you think there is tiny proba
bility of Ids dying in a short time'.'"
"No, not In six months or a year,
though 1 think he cannot, with the
best of care, survive over two years."
A (JnuiU'H Deliihlim.
Sax Fkanciwo, April !).-
siderable excitement was caused
to-day by tho statement that one
Dr. Mark RamoaUempted to kidnap
Florence lily the, heiress to tho great
BIythe estate. It appears that in
18H.'t a child named Annie Mooney
was lost at Belmont during a picnic,
and although a largo reward was
I od'ered, she never lias been found.
Bame became K)ssessed of tho idea
that Florence BIythe was the miss
ing child, and in 18So, it is said,
attempted to carry her oil". On Sat
urday last ho induced tho Mooneys
to go with him to ilerkeley, where
Florence was residing with her
guardian, Janics Perry, and claim
their child. At tho same time he
conlided his plot to a boy, who
visited at Perry's. Tho latter told
an olllcer, and when tho parties put
in an appearance Hamo was arrest
ed. The Mooney family, of course,
failed to recognize their daughter in
Florence lilythc. Itamc, in the
opinion of Chief Crowley, is a crunk
who ought to spend a few months
In the house of correction. He is
hold on a charge of attempt to steal
si chllil, and tho case comes up In
Mill anil I'linelaiicl lliintliiK ToKelhei'.
I'liir-ADKiirniA, April l. The
Washington corresjMintlent of tlio
Press sends this Ingenious story, It
says: "Hill never entertained pres
idential aspirations, but made a
demonstration m that Cleveland
would Im warned to keep out of tho
way and permit him to become gov
ernor. He showed in tliostate com
mittee that he hud strength enough
to make trouble, and as a result an
- hm (.ovt,,1H1,
.ll(n.l.v (!l,v.,l,,...l -I.,
mummers, wliereby Cleveland shall ;
siqiiMirt Hill tully In the guber
natorial hunt, Hill to reciprocate by
giving Cleveland assistance in
MHUiriiiK tiie prusiduntlal noinl
iiKtiou. Snliscritie for the Joi'unai..
Lightning Flasks or What (lie World
at Large is Doing.
HAIOIEK'S DAUHIITEK SUICIDES.
The Fatal Elleets of Loving not Wise,
ly Iiut too Well.
Pahsons (Kan.) April !). Miss
Jennie Brooks, daughter of Martin
M. Brooks, living nine miles south
east of tho city, committed suicide
Friday, by shooting herself through
tho heart with a IW-etillber revolver.
Yesterday morning her parents and
O. P. Full, and wife, who make
their homo with Brooks, came here
to do some trading, leaving tho
daughter, Jennie, and a young boy
named Ed DoiImiii, employed on tho
farm, at home. Shortly after their
departure Dodsou went to the back
part of the farm to look after some
stock, leaving the young lady In tho
house alone. Whon lie returned
two or three horn's later he called to
her, but getting no answer went up
stairs to her room, and was horrified
to find her lying in bed in a great
pool of blood, dead.
Ho immediately nolllled tho
neighbors and started for tills city to
Inform her parents. He arrived hero
about :t o'clock In tho afternoon,
just as Brooks and Full, were get
ting ready to start home. The Cor
orner was notified ami ho will hold
an inquest this morning.
The deceased hud proceeded wltlr
great deliberation to carry out her
purpose. She had retired to her
room, and, removing her clothes,
carefully hung them up, then don
ning a nightgown she lay down In
her bed, and placing tho niuz.lo of
the revolver directly over her heart,
she II rod, the revolver dropping out
of her hand by her sldo. She was
about -0 years ofageand remarkably
About a year anil a half ago she
was seduced by a neighbor's son, un
der a promise of marriage, and tho
matter so preyed upon her mind
that she became demented, and in a
fit of despondency ended her life by
her own hand.
Pauih, April D limilauger Is be
coming more and more popular.
Lastevenlng as ho was driving down
Hue Moutmartre, ids brougham,
with Coin to Dillon, was recognized
by the crowd. Tho enthusiasm of
tho coplo know no bounds. With
shouts of " Vivo Iloulanger!" they
followed the vehicle. Some of them
opened tho doors of tho carriage but
these were at once closed by the oc
Still the crowd rushed on, and as
the driver hud to pause fern moment
mi arriving at the Boulevard ties
Italicnnes the vehicle was speedily
surrounded by several hundreds of
persons, all In tho highest state of
It so1iapioued that (ten. Ferron,
Gen. Iloulunger's immediate suc
cessor at the war olllee, was passing
at the time. Ho asked what tho fuss
wasabout. " It Is Gen. Iloulanger,"
was the brief exclamation. "Ah!"
exclaimed Gen, Ferron, and he
strolled on In a thoughtful mood.
St. Julin In orrguu.
Muni'oiin.Or., April I). Kx-CJov.
St. John, of Kansas, arrived at Ash-
land at r o'clock. Tho train made a
stop of thirty minutes, and an Im
mense crowd was on the platform.
Ho shook hands with u large num
ber, and engaged In a friendly con
versation with them, but declined
to address the crowd. G. M. Miller,
prohibition nominee for congress,
who lias opened the campaign in
this valley, accompanies him to
Itoouburg and Kugone, whore the
governor spunks the lOtli and lltli.
Tlioiinaml DulliilH llituaril.
UuiHiXViM.K, March 0. At u
citizens' muetiug luot night it was
rosolvud to oiler ti reward of $HXX)
for the conviction of thomurdururof
Jamott Tannunt, a miner, wlione
body whs found in a pnwiwet hole,
with a bullet hole through thehwul.