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SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1SSS.
-F0 W. BELT, Anuii.Nt-1 vi haw
(jT and District Attorney. Offleo nt court
RAMSEY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
and Counselors nt Law. Business in
the Supreme Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
mllAION FORD, .vnuiwfii .v
rr Counselor nt Law, , Salem, Oregon.
(Bice, up btnlrs InPatton's block.
-.w & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
'Law, Salem, Oreson. Office In Putton s
block, up stairs o ernmnuiuii ".!
ST RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office over Capitol National
Bank, 249 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
"v-.a (mimap.v at t.aV
J sAlem. Oregon. Office In England's
hinok. Legal business of nil Kinus,
both life and nre insurance.
KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
litem. Oregon. Office with Tllinon
rStt'on'sTjulldlng. Will practice
in all the courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land office business a specialty.
r H. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
K "dor ntlAW, Salem, Oicgon. Having
L abstract of the records of Marion cpun
fv ?ncludinga lot and block index of Sa
lem he has Special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
mHWING, HAIR CUTTING AND
J5 Shampooing neatly done.
LADD &MJSH, , -,
Salem, - Oregon.
rrUlANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
1 buUncss In all iu branches.
;t00. Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
I ! constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rates,
l'lease give us your patronage.
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
bTATE fef ItEET, - SALEM, OREGON.
rAll kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and as.quaro
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
OS COURT bTREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Wi and Salt Meals !
And all kinds of
-The CLEANEST kept market in the
city. Call and see for yourself.
McCROW & WILLARD.
S-Go to J. O'Donald'n shop on High st
ttlween Court and State, Salem, and get
oceof J. M. Coulter's patent Improved
Lightest Ladder )ude In Oregon.
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
HAVING PURCHASED THE HIJACK
fcmlth shop known as Kelly's Old
''land, I will bemiftei- be prepared to do all
'j the bent htyle known to the trade, nt
nort notice. The best of workmen em-
toeu, anu: all work guaranteed to give
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Stand, Salem, Or.
H. W. COX,
Hus n instantly on hand
a well heleuted
Bcsricke &. Schreck's
4 EVTLY PRINTKD GUIDE TO UK
HAD UPON APPUCATION.
Tne B. & s, PREPARATIONS
Kre tbe Puratt and Bt H. W. COX
iSru the a a Homopalblc Pre
Uoei and uoej bo other.
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is .Manufactured by
GEO. M. PARKER,
W3 Fifths Street, Portland. Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON,
1VE. M. MEAD,
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
nVV.V w,n opn "" "nlw in New
IsaiiK lllock. on ilnv ut fo, ,i,n t..i. -.
of all diseases of women, and all other
elmmlo cases, on strictly hyclcnlound nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygon ad
fitr"mnsn.e!l,,m ,Lvod- Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170,Salem,Oregnii.
Rescue Conkling" Condition lircally
ESTA11LISHI.D I1Y NATIONAL AUTlIOltlTY.
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, balem, Or.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
All kinds of Furniture made to order.
A full line of Ca&kets always on band.'
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, - - . . 75,000
Surplus, ...... 9t500
R. S. WALLACE, - - PicMdont.
V. W. -MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. H. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
TUB DEADLOCK CONTINUES.
Another all Night Session, and
Signs of Accommodation.
t Established in 1S7.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
SALEM, - -
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple anil Pear
Bulter, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrup for Mince Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
.1. M. Martin, H. s. Wallace.
, J. 11. Albert, -
T. McF. ration.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or in stoie,
either ln private granaries or
Stale aud County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted nt reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New. York, Chicago, San
H. W. COX.
(Successor to The Fort Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
A FEATURE OF 1S88.
For Sweet Older. Ica oiders nt Fac
tory OlHce, drop a Postal, or see driver of
our uenvery wagon.
Wo keep 5-gullon kegs ank 2-gnllon deml-
jonns tnat are loanea to customers lor a
term of blx days. All orders promptly
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well watered and plcuty ol timber. Two
houses and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 acres plow land. Fifty
head of cnttlo with the place If wanted, and
horses enough to run It- Within Ave miles
ofdepoton theO. &C R.R. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
. , j , -t -. . r
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
nti'ipts a specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
id55'1''10 "est fle cent tlgar tit the mar-
Washington, April 11. Not
withstanding an nil night session
the deadlocks In the house of repre
sentatives was this morning still
unbroken. From 2 o'clock until
daybreak, the members of the homo
sat patiently in their seats or re
clined on more easy bofas in the rear
of the hall. No motions were sub"
mitted, no points of order raised, no
parliamentary inquiries offered. The
house was in a Mute of siege, the
advocates of the direct bill recog
nizing tlieir inability to cope with
the parliamentary tactic of their
antagonists. They refrained from
the fear of being worsted if they
attempted further proceedings.
Conl.llng Much linproel.
New York, April 11. Edward S.
Stokes visited Conkling at 10 this
morning. When he came out he
said: "I never was more surprised in
my life than to see the improve
ment in the condition of Conkling.
Yesterday I believed he would not
recover, and sent a telegram to that
effect. To-day he was sitting upand
recognized me. Shortly after 1)
o'clock this morning Hr. Darker, in
the form of an olllcial bulletin, an
nounced to the members of the
press, that Mr. Conkling was be
ginning to recover. He said: 'a
change for the better has taken
place during the night."'
H. w. cox,
11M btate Ml cet. Hiilein.
Salem Co-Operative Association, P. of II.
All Kinds of Produce Bought.
120, Slate ctreet, Salem, Or.
A. E. STRANG,
No. 'Ml Commercial huvet,
SALEM, - . OltEGON.
Plumbic?. Gas and Mean Fidinr.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
IJOy.VroN COMPANY'S KurnaceH. I
tabllshed In 181.
Real Estate Agents
Huyand sell fcrnw and elty propwty,
A large nunilwruf dewmble furmti uud elty
nierty nowomwing on rnnsonauie Mtrmx.
Write polldtM at Imwnine auiltMt tire
. -t ' . uAA-.. in Alukl
on all elMMi of property In e!
ana wwmny uhhiwbw.
WW n(oltate teas en real estate or pei
soBal eaarHy eo long or nhort time, and
for large or rraall wrnn,
" Live and Let Live Faint Shop.
HUNTLY & McF ERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
All ordurw will rewiie nrouint utttuition.
Khtlmaltwon nil klndxofuork In our line
cliewftilly rHbh. KutUfeuilon eimmnlepd.
81hii ln Old Court Uimm on Court irt.
An AkiiI 3Iuri1rrer.
Cor.UJiHUS (Neb.) April 11 John
Dtiinpe, aged 00 years, living with
liis feon Charles on a farm near this
place, got into a quarrel yesterday
with his wife, and Hieing a club
crushed her nkull, killing her in
stantly. His daughter-in-law at
tempted to interfere, when the old
man knocked her down and heat
her into insensibility. He then tied.
The sheriff and posbo are in pursuit.
Want a Postal Telegraph.
Washington, April 11. Peti
tions from various parts of the
country signed by Knights of Labor
have just reached here, urging the
desirability of the gov't manage
ment of the telegraph, and tho
strong popular demand for it. This
constitutes, it is believed, the largest
array of names ever signed to a sin
gle request presented to Congress.
MinUter Phelps to be Chief Justice.
London, England, April 11.
Minister Phelps, it is said, will re
turn from America on Juno 21st,
nnd will then present letters of re
call, as he is to lie appointed Chief
Justice of the United States Su
Nkv Yohk, April II. Itccorder
Smythe to-day rendered a decision
in the Oould-Snge matter. He
denied the application to submit the
complaint of tho Kansas I'aciilo
bond holders to the grand jury.
Women MUrri up In It.
TituciCKH, April 10. The town of
Boca is on the verge of a riot, 'i'-he
ditllculty originated lietween the
admirers of two women. The
frctions finally formed, and the town
is now divided into two classes
employes of the Iloca brewery and
lumbermen. Last night tho
brewery jrowd ero-ed tho river, and
numerous quarrels occurred. Win.
Beck, a brewer, was shot, but it is
thought lie will recover. Beck's
friends caught hiusupposed assailant
in a Imr-room, and h general row
took place, many Imlng badly out
and Injured. Tho brewery men sent
word over that they intended to
take the town to-night.
A Daiigerout House to I.l In,
Fhkkpokt (III.), April 10. A
large neighborhood in tills city is
very much excited over the mysteri
ous tires which break out at the
Iioinc of Louis Hildebrand, on Center
street. For over a week lie has been
the victim of live or six tires a day.
and so far their origin has baftled
the most thorough examination.
The flames will burst spontaneously
from the walls, the floors or window
or door casings, and everything
hanging on the walls has been
scorched. Nearly tv dozen of the
neighbors have witnessed these
peculiar manifestations. In several
instances the lire would suddenly
break out while some of the family
or the curious neighbors were look
ing directly at the spot. Wednes
day morning the flames started no
les than six time, and Mr. Hilde-
brand's hands were badly burned in
extinguishing them. In tho after
noon he moved out and completely
gutted the house, and since that
time the peculiar antics of the lire
have ceased. Mr. Hildebrand is a
respectable and quiet German em
ployed in the olllce of the German
Insurance Company in this city,
and owns the house himself. The
floor, ceilings and walls are scorched
in no less than thirty places, where
these spontaneous fires have broken
out. These flames have been seen
by Mrs. A. Keeler, Mrs. Thomas
Hcimbeck, Mrs. Vandegraft and
several others besidesthofumily, and
the most patient investigation fails
to reveal the cause.
Lighiuiog Flashes of What lite Woild
hups of Thirteen Persons
periled by n Poisoner.
Tlio Secretary Means lliisincss.
Washington, April 10. Secreta
ry Kndicott sent a letter to Senator
Culloin declining to revoke the or
der transferring Major Ihuidberg, of
the engineer corps, from Chicago to
San Fraueisco. This is looked upon
iu army circles as tho keynote of a
plan which the secretary of war has
adopted for future guidance. He is
determined that, no outside inter
fcicnce will be allowed to hamper
the detailing of olllcers of tho de
partment. For years it has been tho
custom forollleerH unlucky enough
to be detailed to an undesirable post
to invoke the aid of a senator or a
member of tho house in order to save
themselves such a disagreeable duty.
Now things have changed and the
army and navy details are begin
ning to bo looked upon as irrevoca
Ck.ntkuvim.k, Ga., April 10.
From Union county comes the news
of a wholesale poisoning in which
thirteen persons were the victims,
two of whom are dead.
Nathan Cochran, who owns a corn
mill about !100 yards from his houso
had taken some corn there to grind,
leaving it in the mill over night,
and grinding it next day. The men!
was taken home, and somo of It waa
used for dinner. In a few minutes
Cochran was deathly sick. Shortly
afterward his two grandchildren
were stricken down.
In the meantime Mrs. Gaddis,
Cochran's stepmother, who had used
some of the same meal was thrown
into convulsions. The family of W.
S. Ward also fell vicjinis, making
thirteen in all who were sullering
from the poison.
An analysis shows there was ar.se
nloln the meal. The supposition is
that it was spread through the corn,
while in the mill, by a man named
Mulding, who had been discharged
by Cochran. The suspected man is
lira, ltouth'H Daughter Murrleil.
Lomdon, April 10. Members of
the Salvation Army assembled in
congress hall to-day to witness tho
marriage of Gen. Booth's second
daughter, Emma, to Mr. Tucker, an
ox-ofllcer In the Indian civil service.
Seven thousand persons were pres
ent. The hall was decorated with
floral arches, palms and tropical
plants. After the ceremonies u ban
quet was given. The festivities w ill
continue for two jlays. They have
attracted a large number of the
aristocracy, and tickets of admission
aro selling freely at high prices.
Stunforil it Canclliliittt,
San FiiANCist'o, April 10. A
gentleman of this city who just
returned from Washington, and
who is on Intimate terms witli
Senator Leland Stanford, states to a
newspaper , rejircsentaivo that
Stanford had finally decided to
allow his name to go before the
republican national convention us a
candidate for tho presidency, and
that having reached that conclusion,
ho desires the support of the Cali
fornia delegation to the National
A Turners Confession,
Paksonh (Kan.), April 10. Ad
ditional forged mortgages, aggre
gating about $3000, have been dls-povcrcd.thnt-
wurcu niado by O. L.
MuLaln, the real estato aud loan
agent of tliis city, who was arrested
last week and lodged in Jail iu de
fault of 92000 ball. Clark James, a
fanner living northeast of the city,
one of MoLain's victims, and Henry
Wilson, ii farmer living northwest
of the city, the holder of an $800
mortgage for money loaned through
his agency, called on him at tho
county jail to-day and McLaln con
fessed to the fact that all of tho sig
natures to tho mortgages and ac
companying notes, including the
notary certificates, were forgeries..
The prisoner broke completely
down and said that lie had begun
his career of forgery twelve years
ago, and by additional forgeries and
various shifts, lie had managed to
stavo of I' discovery .
Itujuril Prefers the Senate,
Washington, April 10. Among
the rumors concerning the Chief
Justiceship is ono that Secretary
Bayard would not object If the Presi
dent selected Senator Gray to fill
tho vacancy and thusopoti the way
for tho former to return to the Sonate.
Some of Bayard's most Intimate
friends say Hint he went into the
cabinet against his professed incli
nation, aud lie has never been
entirely comfortable and happy at
the head of the foreign service. Tho
duties of Senator woro much more
congenial to him, and tliey think
lie would be glad to rosumo Ills seat
in tho Senate.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
W. D. Pugh, tho architect, went
to CorvMllIs to-day to look after work
on the Agricultural College bniltl-ing.
For a better or more pleasant rem
edy for the cure of consumption,
bronchial troubles, cough, croup aud
whooping cough than tiuntu Able,
the California king of consumption.
Kvory liottlo warranted. If you
would lie cured of that disgusting
dliHMiM.', outarrh, tue California Ctit
imnu, 1 a Jar, by mall $1.1(J San
ta Able and Cnt-K-Curc are sold and
warranted by J). W. Matthews &
Co., 100 State St., Salem.
Jtlvorwlde and Naval orango ro-
-At?boid.unuorB.8irDK,omfl. celml this afternoon at A. Strong
wrote! Mred I & M .
Only one Wore Vtk
And the removal wulu aud your
chances for etiixKiial bargains iu boot
and shoos at Stalgur Bros.' clofec.
Don't full to call.
Hold Safe lliirhirs.
Pjkdmont (Mo.), April 10. Last
night burglars took a horso from
the stable of Col. W. F. Leopor, liv
ing one mile from Mill Spring,
hitched him to a sled and drove
through the streets of Mill Spring
to filestore of M. I Page. Break
ing Into his store room, they took
out'his wife, loaded it onto tho sled
and drove a mile aud a quarter,
when they opened the safe with a
sledge hammer anil chisels and se
cured but S in money. Tho safe
was ruined and Mr. Page's books
and papers lost.
The street sprinkler is out.
Spreekles mill tlin huur Trust.
Nkw Yohk, April 10. Tho Indi
cation of a strong opposition to
Hpreckios' eastern plans is given by
a writer in the Commercial Bulletin
this morning, who rojorts that tho
street rumors are identical with
those circulated by parties In Phila
delphia, that Spreokel's opposition
to the sugar tniet Is not gomilne and