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SALEM, OR., KKIDAY, APRIL 18, 1SSS.
. .- ... .....,, TfMfW AT f . KV
J and District Attorney. Olllce atoourt
T, VMSFA' & MNG1IAM, A'lTOUNEYS
K ami Counselors nt Ijiw. Hiislness In
tbe Supreme Courtn npecialt Salem, Or.
rnlLMON KOHD. ATTORNEY AXD
rl Counselor at I-nw, S-ilcm, Oregon.
Office, up stairs in Patton'n block.
it AW & GKEOU, Aliuiurirs .vi
Law, mucin, uitrKuii. vf.iiM. ... a ........ .,
k. iip stairs o er Belt's drug stoi e.
ST IlICHAUDSON, ATTOUNEY AT
Law .Office over Capitol National
liank. 249 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
T W. SP1UGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.1 Salem. Oregon. Office In England's
hliwk Legal bullness of all kinds. Also
both life nnd Arc Insurance.
M '. -i . n-rJm., nfHrnwIth Tllmon
Ford, In iWon's building. Will practice
In nil the courts of Oregon. Collections
LUUU OIIIUU UllBliita . nt..j.
r, H. D'AKCY, ATTOUNEY AND COUN
V color at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
an abstract of the records of Marlon coun
tv including a lot and block index of Sa
lem he has special facilities for examining
title's to real estate.
Woven Wire 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.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
Mil WING, HAIR CUTTING AND
J5 shampooing neatly done.
Salem, - Oregon.
ninwsSACT A GENERAL RANKING
X business In all Its branches.
:i00, Counueit'lal St., Salem.
11IOICB STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
j constantly on hand, and delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rates.
IMcftse gl o us your patronage.
Shop on the alley, opposite Mlnto's Liv
ely Stable, Salem, Or.
EAItKAIVS BLOCK, STATE STREET,
- Salem, Oregon.
iSSi!"'' nntliroiioloKut. physician nnd
Hank Mock, on May lt, for the treatment
of all diseases or women, nnd all other
,c,?il . cfl.ve,,'on,t',r.lc,1y hjplenlcnnd nat
ural principles. Medical baths.oxvgen and
f.ltiro"mngn.e,,If m Uscd- ninrges strictly
moderate. Address box Kfl.Salem, Oregon.
ESTAnLlSHED MY NATIOXAlTAUTHORtTYi
TlteCapital National Bank
Capital Paid op,
Surplus, - -
Inprouusr. but His fliaiiccs
The Disgraced Soldier is Made a Pop
CITY MEAT MARKET
All kinds of Furniture made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on hand.
EsTAllLIbllKD IN 1S79.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
It. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
-J. H. ALBEHT, .... cashier.
W.T.Gray, W. Martin,
J. SI. Martin, R. s. Wallace.
, J. H. Albert,
T. McF. l'atton.
To flr,nlers on wheat and other market-
iiruiiuci-, censignee: or in store,
ither in piivnte grnnariesor
Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Purls, Rerlln,
Hong Kong nnd Calcutta. '
.(Successor to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon
SALEM, - -
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
as-All kinds of fresh and cm ed meats
alw.i s on hand. Full welgUUind utaiunre
leal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
US COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple anil Pear
Butter, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrup for Mince Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
And all kinds ot
3-Tne CLEANEST kept maiket in the
city. Call and see for youuclf.
McCROW A WILLARD.
A FEATURE OF 16SS.
WGo to J. O'Douald's shop on High St.,
between Court and State, Salem, and get
one of J. M. Coulter's patent Improved
Mgbtcst Ladder wade in Ortgou,
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
For Sweet Cider, leno orders at Fac
tory Oftlce, drop a Postal, or see drhcrof
our delivery wagon.
We kecpo-gallon kegs ank 2-gallon demi
johns that nre loaned to customers for a
term of six days. All orders promptly
FOR SALE or RENT !
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
llecipes a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEI5KATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
3-Tho best five cent cigar In tlio mar-
II. w. cox,
im Rtnto Street. Salem.
Well watered and plenty ol timber. Two
houses and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow nnd ISO acres plow land. Fifty
head of ciittlo with the place If wanted, nnd
horses enough to run it. Within live miles
of depot on t ho O. & C. II. It- A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
HAVING PURCHASED THE I1I.ACK
smlth shop known ns Kelly Old
stand, I will hereafter be prejwiml to do nil
In the bent stvle known to the trade at
short notice. The best of workmen em
ployed, and nil work guaranteed to gio
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Old Stand, Salwn, Or.
h well MtleelHtl
Boericke &. Schreck's
NEVTLV PRINTBI) GUIDE TV 1IK
HAD UION APPLICATION.
Salem Co-Operative Association, P. of II.
All Kinds of Produce Bought.
Vii, State hM-eet, Sftlem, Or.
WILLIS k CIIAHIIERLIN,
Real Estate Agents
lluy Mild tll fcrsw. nd oily iwiwjy.
A targ numlrof desirable mnm unci eHj
pmpmy now otlrlng on reasonable tartnc
A. E. STRANG,
No. :1 Cornmercinl Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Plumbing, Gas and Slcam Filliog,
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
, - Agent for the RICHARDSON V
1JOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Ks
tablhhed In 1649.
Nkw York, April 13. A Times
London cable tlispntuli wiys: "In
tlie department of the Xortl a cur
rent is gathering steadily in the di
rection ot lioulanger. Every Hon
langer speech is made up of eulogy
of this popular hero and of attacks on
Floury .Already in various depart
ments 130,000 votes have been cast
for ltoulanger, and the Xonl will
increase tills to 400,000. All this is
gravely ominous for the republic.
C'onkllng (rudiially Iniprotiiig.
Nkw York, April 13th. Ex
Senator Conkling passed a good
niglit; he slept well and his mind is
clearer this morning. Yesterday the
doctor pronounced his condition im
proved, the dread crisis in his sick
nets being regarded as passed. In
the afternoon Dr. ttarker declared
his patient better, but said there
was no particular gain. Hut the ex
senator's continued improvement
hourly puts him beyond the danger
of meningitis, and if no unfavorable
fcymptoms set in, hopes of his
recovery may be reasonably indulg
ed. When his sickness was at the
worst, his chance of living was set
at one in a hundred, now it Is put at
one in ten.
Among the callers yesterday were
Auguste Uehnont and Col. I'red
A "-educt'i- Killed.
El I'aso, (Texas), April 13. dipt.
W. D. Hector, a Mexican war veter
an, shot and, killed John ICohlcr.
his son-in-law, yesterday. A sister
of Kohler's wife, Leo Hector, who is
scarcely 1(5 yearsold. became a moth
er yesterday. Hector accused his
son-in-law betraying his daugh
ter ; and upon Kohler acknowledg
ing the fact he killed him.
London, April 13. The postmas
ter general Kstie.s a circular inviting
tenders for laying and maintaining
the working of a cable bet ween Hall
fax, Nova Scotia and Hermuda, for
a subsidy which the government
will ask parliament to grant.
The Waters still IlUtng.
St. Paul, April 12. The water in
the Mississippi passed the danger
line for the people on the Hats on
the northwest side of the river at 2
o'clock this morning. One or two
families moved out yesterday, but
before daylight this morning a
number found it necessary to vacate.
The water rose two feet between 2
and 3 o'clock this morning. At S
o'clock the water stood 13 feet at the
signal service gauge. It roe this
afternoon at tho rate of three
quarters of an inch per hour. Dan
ger from Hood on the tints west of
Dakota avenue isalo imminent.
Flashes of What (he World
al Larse is
Following is the list of letters re
maining in the postoftiee, at Salem,
Oregon, April 11, 1888. Parties call
ing for them will please say "ad
vertised:" All letters published as non-de
livered will be charged with one
cent In addition to the regular
lLilley, A .1
Campbell, Mrs Kllr.
Kviins, V Jt
Grey, .MIs Net tie
Holland, Thos L
.lelterson, Mrs Km
Ailniiuistrutioii Anxious to Mnko
Heat ty, V A
Dilli, 'I hew
l.-l.i.. .1 t
I Jirkfn, Kred 'J
Mrtthews, Frank C
Richards, D A
Savage, V II
Shaler, Miss Mary
Tnwiihvnii, Mrs A
Wheeler, Mrs. losle
llouty, .Miss Diiiiiiii
IJine, Afell A J!
Slo ens, Joseph
W. II. ODKLL, 1. M.
The motto of California means, 1
have found it. Only in that land of
sunshine, where the orange, lemon,
olive, tig and grape bloom and ripen,
and attain their highest perfection
in mkl-winter, are the herbs and
gum found, that are used in that
pleasant remedy for all throat and
lung troubles. Santa Abie the ruler
of coughs, asthmaand consumption.
Messrs. I). AV. Matthews & Co., 10(1
State street, Salem, have been ap
pointed agents for this valuable
California remedy, and sell it under
a guarantee at $1 a bottle. Three
forgot). Try California Cat-H-Cure,
the only guaranteed cure forcatarrh.
SI, by mail $-1.10.
Washington, April 12. Hcp
resontativo Hermann, of Oregon,
was congratulated to-day by many
members on the republican, side on
his unanimous re-nomination for
congress by the state convention in
Oregon. Mr. Hermann will be tho
tlrst representative elected to the
llfty-tlrst congress, if the republi
cans carry Oregon. The democrats
are making strenuous efforts to win
that state from the republican party
in tho next election. Cleveland and
Don Dickinson are employing every
device in their power to make
Oregon democratic in the June
I'hleitgo llreuei-H on ustilke.
Ciucaoo, April 12. All union
maltsters and brewers in Chicago
went out on a strike at l o'clock this
morning. Such a move lias been
imminent for some time, and had
its origin in a circular issued by the
national organization ol brewery
proprietors which, in substance, an
nounced their determination to re
fuse recognition of any brewers or
malsters unions. This morning
three hundred maltsters and brew
ers iUlt work, stopping every brew
ery in the city except that of Ernst
Uros., and throwing outof employ
ment probably fifteen hundred or
two thousand men. Ernst itros. es
tablishment is working becatiso tlie
proprietors secured a force of non
union men some days ago.
" Live and Let Live Faint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Write poc itt lommnMumlmnre
hi all iiIti r- of propwly In eHlit reltoU
aitd usallliy Ominantai.
Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS
, re to urei nnd Uckrf. II. W. COXj
OHWl for the B. A aTIomopllJlfl VrM tonal seearlty op Jone or
tAntkoiMitBd accept no other. fur tame or wwUl um.
Will BfgoUate Umb on rI tate or per
nuil tAoarity oo tone or nlMirt Mree,ad
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
' clven. SMtlflielkin iftWFM
Shoo lit Old Court IIhjm on Qmrt
A Yoiiiik Wlf Sulelili.
Washixotox, April 1J1. Mrs. U.
Jluckley, daughter of Judge C. W.
Hillyer, a leading Washington phy
sician, who created a sensation some
months ago by eloping with young
Huekley, suicided last night by
The III)- .11 mid on a Tern-.
15isjrAitci(I)ak.), April 13. Tlie
river has risen live feet this morn
ing and is still rising. The people
on the Imttoms are leaving their
homes.- This rapid rise was caused
by the breaking of an Ice gorge.
Nkw York, April 13. Hubert
Van Urtint was hanged at Warsaw
this morning for the murder of Will
Hay, who disliked Van Hrnnt's at
tentions to his sister Kva. He died
Crushed ItrtHeen l.oj;.
Hi-aixh (W. T.), April 13. A
fourteen year old orphan boy named
lleuehor Evans was killed here last
niglit by being jammed with logs In
tho log gnng camp.
.ti;til .Man Snlclili's.
Sax Hit a', April IK. Jacob
Harmelfetor, 66 yours of age, recently
from Taooma, hiilclded thismorniug
shooting liiuibelf thiYiii$h the head
with a revolver.
lire Hint l.o of I.ITil.
Kuihida (N. Y.l. April 18 In
Disappointed amateur author I
have just received my drama back
with thanks. I have sent noems.
essays, and stories, but everything
gets returned. What can I send that
will meet with acceptance?
Sympathetic and practical friend
Try a twelvemonths' subscription.
All ordtm wUl rtwelv prompt attention
Itlmatj on all Kinds of or ft In our lint
.treat, t0 (wo imjidi,, ti,t were buriiwl
last niglit, Mrs. Bird and hur IhiIm,
who oeuttpied one of tlie lipjHT
Coiutruetlon Train Wrnikt-d.
HnuuxaiiAoi, (Alu.,) April 18.
A uoustruetloii train was wrecked
here lafet night. Four workmun
were killed nod ten others seriouIy
STOVES ATJD TINWARE I
Ilooftsg and Speuliug a Specially.
3-At!th old Mmd of IJn. mrang, Omii-ertaIKrt.
'Ibr Vfidlct I'ihuIuiuuh.
W. I). Stilt, Druggist, lUpptls,
Iud., testilles: "I can recommend
Electric Hitters as the very best
remedy. Every bottle sold has
given relief In every ease. One man
took six bottles, and was cured of
Rheumatism of 10 years' standing."
Abraham Hare, druggist, Hellvllle,
Ohio, alllrms: "The U-st selling
medicine I have ever handled in my
20 years' experience, is Electric
Hitters." Thousands of others have
added their testimony, so that the
verdict Is unanimous that Electric
Hitlers do euro all diseases of the
Liver, Kidneys or Dlood, Only a
, half dollar a bottle at H. W. Cox's
Following n rutins went to questions
at an examination of teachers in
Geergia: "What . Is writing?"
"Writing is the Representation of
the human voice on the 11th part of
a noun." "How long wince writing
was Invented ?" "From tlie crea
tion of the world, or from the birth
of Christ." "What are thin chief
products of the state of Ocorgia?"
'Tho chief products are agriculture,
turpentine, railroads, lumber and
grate ileol of incrcliauulco iMiy-
ne." American Missionary.
u Abwilutf I'uir.
The OHIOIXAL AIHET1NE
OINTMENT Is only put up in largo
two-ounce I in Ixixus, and Is an
absolute cure for old sore, bums,
wounds, ehapjied hands, and all
skin eruptions. Will MiUvely
cure all kinds of piles. Ask for tho
ORIGINAL AHI12TINE OINT
MENT. Bold byD. W. .Matthews
& Co., 100 State street. Salem, at t
rents er Iwx by mail AG cents.
Miiiilrreil lyliU I'ailMci-.
San FhaxcIsco, April li. .John
jueisiuii, a potiury dealer, was
build murdered this morning in his.
room on Clay street. There area
number of knife wounds hi his head
and body, from four of which agreat
quantity of blood had flown. Tho
room was In a very dirty and dis
orderly condition and presented a
horrible appearance when the man
was found. Suspicion pointed to
his partner, Julian I'ortelle, as
perpetrator of the crime and lie was
llid Wheat Market.
Sax Fhaxcisco, April 12. The
recent advance in tho wheat market
Is engaging tne attention or our
business men. There has been more
activity at the produce exchange
and the call board within tlie last
few days than for six mouths past.
The Nevada bank people are sup
posed to have closed out all wheat
forced upon their hands last year,
and their losses are not so heavy as
was at llrst estimated.
Died While hinging.
Hovrox, April Hi. Miss M. Aus
tin Jones, a lady who was popular
in society here, dropped dead Tues
day evening of heart disease, at tho
Hotel Vendome, during a reception
which she was giving. She had
lieen called upon for a song, and
gave a selection, a repetition of which
was requested. Inrespoiisesho sang
one staiia of another song, but ip
the middle of the second verse sank
I to the tloorand expired almost im
CoukUm.-; Uestlng Well,
Nkw Voiik, April 12. At -1:80 p.
m. Dr. Harker Issued a bulletin stat
ing that Colliding wau about the
same. He has taken plunty of
nourishment during the day, prin
cipally beef tea, and rested well. Ho
was awake when tho doctor was
there, and rccogni.ing hint shook
his hand. His tuiniKmture and
pulse are unchanged.
Itmpeior I'leilelle's Ciiinlllhin.
Bi'iu.iN, April 12. The new de
velopment In the emiMiror's malady
Is an acute swelling of the Hustle
surrounding tlie orifice through
which tho canola is inserted. Dr.
Hergmaii remained with the
emperor all night.
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