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SALEM, OR., MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1SSS
-7 XT BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
(Jnd Dtattlct ivttomcy. Office at court
house. . .
KAJIn nminselors at Law. Business in
1S5 Courtn specialty. Salem, Or.
rTT'FORD. ATTORNEY AND
T1 Ojuntelor at 'Law,, Salem, Oregon,
nstolraln ration's block.
TT-TliREGO. ATTORNEYS AT
QHw Salem Oreqbn. Offlco In ration's
Pockf up' SoverTielt's drug store.
:tv, ! "
S-imniAUDSON, ATIOUJNEY AT
t; nttlpo over uapuoi xwuuum
' ,.LaW rSmmerclal Street, Salem, Or.
-rTSpluaGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
T Al?m Oregon. Offlco in England's
lj. JalTemii hnflncss of all kinds. Also
&m life nndflro Insurance.
'.rfAWER ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ssoreson! Offlco with Tllmon
.5 wffl building. Will practico
ForV?i,n urts of Oregon. Collections
gX M Sfflco business a specialty.
TrvAROY. ATTORNEY AND COUN-
Hrtor nt Law7 Salem, Oregon. Having
wrt of tuo records' of Marion cpun-
S??S!udtasalot and block index of Sa-
c5 he bas f pecial facilities for examining
title's to real estate. -
kll,ndeVdrfof Post Office G.
JK0. KlonT.See.. H. JO". v.i" -
7f7) U GOODHUE, WOOD DEALER
ft office with Geo. W. Johnson, !S5 Com
Hrpfnl street. All kinds of wood for sale,
cd to any length desired. Cash must
accompany all orders
A coodiron framoHorso Power. Good
LTVVVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
cry Stable, corner of State- and Front
street i or on slato at corner State and Com
rd!a streets. lTompt attention and
care guaranteed. w A BENS0N,
H, DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
SHAVING, HAIR CUTT1
Shampooing neatly done.
LADD & BUSH,
BAN KKR.S t
Salem, - Oregon.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
business in all its branches.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
j constantly on hand, and dellveied to
any part of tlio city at lowest living rates.
I'leaso give us your patronage.
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
S-A11 kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and asquaro
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
03 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Wi and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
isrlhe CLEANHST kopt markot in tho
city. Call and see for yourself.
MCCROW & WILLARD.
Ladders, Ladders !
. O-Go to J. O'Donald's shop on High St.,
between Court and State, Salem, and get
one of J. M. Coulter's patent Improved
Lightest Ladder made In Oregon.
H. W. COX,
Hag constantly on liand a well selected
Bcericke & Schreck's
A NEATLY PRINTBD GUIDB TO DB
HAD UPON APPLICATION.
Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS
Are the Purett Bnd Bert. H. W. COX
K the only authorised atfuU
3-CaU for the B. & 87lIoeopftUil Pre
paration and aeeept no other.
Salem Co-Opcrative Association
3P. of H.
A.M KINDS OP
Produce Bought I
JAMES A1TKEN, Manager.
126 State St., - - - SALEM, OR.
JsL. JVE. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on tho alloy, opposlto Mlnto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
Alt kinds of Furnituro mado to order.
A full lino of Caskets always on hand.
Established in 1870.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Cider Jcllv, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Duller, Sweet and Cliamjiagno Cider, Cider
Syrup for Minco Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FEATURE OF 1S88.
For Swcot Cider, leavo orders at Fac
tory Olllee, drop a Postal, or seo driver of
" Vo koep&enlton kegs ank 3-gallon demi
lohns that are loaned to customers for a
Jterni of " elx days. All orders promptly
flllod a. STOITZ,
FOR SALE or RENT !
53 O ACRES
AVell watered andplenty of timber. Two
Mairtowanil ISO acre plow land. liny
head of cattle with the place If wanted, and
oeSouih to run 1U Within flve mile
of depot on the O. & C. K. W. a oanjsin mr
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
Real Estate Agents
Buy and sell Au-nw and pity property.
Kire Insurance !
and wealthy Compante.
Will negotiate loan on real estate w P
so eeiSrityoa Khw orTuorttlme.aad
for targe or tmall earns.
Scientist, anthropologist, physician and
surgeon, will open an oilleo In tho New
Bank Block, on May 1st, for tho treatment
of all diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat
ural principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address bos 170, Salem, Oregon.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY,
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, - -
- - - $75,000
- - - 9,500
It. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. H. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace.
, ' J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To fanners on wheat and other market-
able produce, consigned or In storo,
either In private granaries or
Stato and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonablo rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
H. W. COX,
(Successor to Tho Port Drug.Co.)
100 State Street, Salem. Oregon
Drugs and Medicines
CUCALS i PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
llccipos a Specialty.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ttS-Tho best flvo cont cigar in tho mar
ket. H. W. COX,
100 Stato Street. Salem.
A.. B. STRANG,
No. 203 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
tf-Anent for tho RICHARDSON &
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Funwoag. Efc
tabllshM in 1SIU.
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
All order will receive prompt attention.
tx:." ...,. on irin.iu nf u.irk in our line
chierfullyalven. HUeUfln HimlNd.
Shop In Old Court Houee on Court rtreet,
STOVES AND TINWARE !
Roofiog and Soling a SfttUlty.
ka th nid stand of Ben. Btranz, Com-
mi n mi t i i ri i
lJlCl(lJ)ltfll MtlOllill DilllK
Lightning Flashes of What tho World
at Largo is Doing.
THE FLOODS IN CHINA.
Two Million Persons DrownedHun
dreds of Towns Destroyed.
San Francisco, April 22. Tho
Cliineso Times says: Repairs in tho
groat breach of tho Yellow river go
on very slowly and it is said that
tho difficulties aro so excessivo that
tho officials -who aro supervising tho
operations despair of success. It is
ofcoursoimpossiblo to form any ac
curate ideas of tho actual loss of life,
but tho calamity was immenso in
its proportions, so much so, that
many cities, many towns and hun
dreds of small and largo villages
It seems to us that tho Cliineso esti
mate that 2,000,000 pcoplo were
drowned is not altogether incredible.
In very many places on tho lower
levels especially, not a soul escaped
Accident with a Blower.
Santa Eosa, April 22. News
has reached hero of a terrlblo ac
cident that occurred near Bodega.
John II. Miller was engaged in
mowing hay, and had cautioned his
children against running through
tho clover in front of tho mower.
Later in tho day his 3-year-old
child playfully attempted to run in
front of tho Imachlne, when it was
caught by tho knife, and both legs
were instantly sovcrcd from tho
body. At last accounts tho child
was still alive.
A Poor Hiding Place.
Boston, April 22. Miss Emma
Brown, njwcnlthy Boston woman,
has been in tho habit of tying her
jewelry up in her handkerchief and
tossing it in tho wasto basket, think
ing to thus outwit burglars. This
bit of strategy was unknown to Miss
Brown's colored servant, who, be
fore his mistress tiroso this morning,
emptied tho contents of tho wasto
basket into tho stove. Loss, $1,500.
Rheumatism anil Hulclilu.
LosANacr.ia, April 22. rrofessor
Olfsen Bagge, ti native of Schlcswig
Holstcin, aged 08, committed sulcido
this morning, by shooting himself
through the head. Several months
ago rheumatism distorted his lingers
so that ho could no longer follow his
profession of piano teacher. Ho bo
camo very despondent and threat
ened to end his life.
Killed hi Mother.
LnMARS, (Iowa), 22. Phillip
Held, a young fanner, living four
teen milo3 woat of hero, shot and
instantly killed his mother, and
shortly after committed suicide.
Tho troublo which existed for somo
tlmo in tho family culminated In a
wjimbblo over s-olllng a horse.
Too I'ond of ltuclcet Shop.
Dayton (Ohio), April 22. James
Cummlngs, manager of the B. O.
Dun Commercial Agency, com
mitted sulcido tills evening by shoot
ing. Ho has been dealing heavily
at buckot shops.
MluUtor I'umlletoii llocnvorliif.
Bhhi.in, April 22. United Suites
Minister Pendleton Is rapidly recov
ering. Pendleton's physician ad-
vibes him to lUMtalu from work for
a long time.
ItoMei t'reH IbmUoh.
The preeunwr of their dltewie and des
truction, the kidney mid bladder health
f.Mv Ktliuulalad and toned with lloateU
ter" Stomaeh Hitter, aotlvely remiine
their function. Thu Ilright'H uweae,
diabetes otrrh ofthe bladder and eneur
... un. nMvMntMl. For Irritatlnic Ulurotlee.
and thoee unmeditated and fiery tlmu-
innU which, UHd even In numeration,
,.ita imtli Urn renal and veelcal onjand,
thl 1 the bel powtble substitute. It l of
botanic oomiioeltlon, anu o congenial i
the gtnmaeh, the digestive nrooeew or
.,.1. i.i! ii iiaiti in tin ordinary degree, that
it U promptly uselmllated by the ayetem,
and Itatonleelleete are speedily felt, Not
only doee it remely inactivity oftheltld-
neye, lit renew a regular haul 01 uouy,
.,mniM n dua uaeretkin and healthy How
of bile Into the proper ehannet, and expeht
wmiiKdnilullnn aarld prlnolnlSH pro-
the leadinif epeeifle for mawruu com-plalnU.
Tiik Home Pros', published in
Umatilla county, publishes tho thrco
county tickets, but dees not venture
to coino out square in support of
either party. A rival paper twit1
tho journal with balancing on the
fence, and tho Press editor justifies
his caution by declaring his inten
tion to seiateh all three tickets. Evi
dently ho belongs to tho eclectic
school of political doctors. ""Vo
aro not tied to tho tall of any party,"
he says, "and aro in this way, belter
able to judgo for tho people's good."
But ItAVould bo well for him to form
his judgment without too groat
delay, and then pitch in and help
tho most worthy.
In Portland on Monday, Benjamin
Felles, of Albina, met with a fatal
accident. Ho was cleaning lamps,
and a can of oil, near which ho was
standing, caught firo from a light
near it and exploded, scattering
burning oil all over him. Felles was
badly burned about tho body. Ho
was taken to St. Vincent's hospital
and died at 12 o'clock that night.
In Portland last Friday, Mrs. F.
Stoker andchlUl woro terribly burn
ed, and they died after twelvo hours
Biificrlng. But tho direct causo of
the mother's death was an ovcrdoso
of morphino administered by an In
experienced physician to allevlato
her fearful suffering. Tho child
died from tho effect of burns.
Hlllsboro Independent: Tho coal
fields excitement continues without
any abatement. Several parties
havo gone from Hillsboro and other
parts of tho county Into tho coal
district, and intend to mako
thorough Investigation and ascer
tain tho extent of tho wealth depos
it. Tho Oregon Land Co., a day or
two'ago, sold tho Davis place, thrco
miles from Sheridan, in Polk coun
ty, owned by Williams & England,
of this city, to Thomas Rand, who
lately enmo to this country from
England. Tho farm contains 155
acres, and tho price paid was $2,000.
Tim minimi Eneamnnicnt of tlio
Grand Army of tlio Republic for tho
District of Washington, was neui
Inst week in Seattle. Tho boys In
bhto had a grand parade on Thurs-
You aro feeling depressed, your
tippet ito is poor, you aro bothered
with headache, you are lldgelty,
nervous, and generally out of sorts,
and want to bruco up. Brnco up,
but not with stimulants, spring
medicines, or bitters, which havo
for their basis very cheap, bad whis
koy, and which stimulate you for
im hour, and then lonvo you in
worse condition than before. What
you want is an alterative that will
purify your blood, start healthy
action ofLlverand Kidnoys, restore
your vitality, and give renewed
health and strength. Such a medi
cine you will Hud in Electrlo Bit
ters, and only 60 cenlH tt bottle at
H. W. Cox's drug store.
Their IluMnwM llouinlii);'
Probably no ono thing has caused
such a revival of tradoat H. W.
Cox's drug store as their giving
away to their customer so many
free trial bottles of Dr. King's now
medical dUcovory for consumption.
Their trtulo is simply enormous in
tills very valuable article from tho
fact that it always emeu ami never
disappoints. Coughs, colds, asth
ma, bronchitis, croup, and nil throat
and lung diseases quickly cured.
You am test It boforo buying by
getting n trial bottle free, lurge sl
$1. Every bottjo warranted.
Last week, over iu Lundy, Meno
county, Cal., tliero was aenso In tho
Justice's court In which Jim Town
send (our Jim) was it witness. A
lawyer named Burnham made fun
of Townsend's deafness, and bulged
him in every way. Jim stood it with
agooddoulofpatloncofor about an
hour, when flimlly ho sttid:
"May It ploafee tlio Court, I ask an
a' 'What fort'1 asked the Court.
"Your Honor. I would liko tho
court adjourned for flvo miiiutos
while I go out and lick this infernal
"I was Just goin1 out do, It myself,
pftrd," replied tho Court, "but if you
,,,Ani lui nvur flvo minutes I'll ad
journ." Carson Appeal.
A TIlKILLIXa KKMINISCKNCK.
A Story of tho Cincinnati Riots of Four
Ycnrs A so.
Tho presence at tho Palaco of
Colonel T. C. Campbell, a distin
guished lawyer of Cincinnati, O.,
recalls strongly to mind thoexcltlng
scenes unending tno Cincinnati
riots of four years ago. Whllo cer
tainly not an actor In tho lawless
actions which then occurred, Colonel
Campbell was nevertheless
thoroughly Identified with tho
trouble. Tho iinmedlato causo of
tho disturbances, as may bo remem
bered, wasa verdict of manslaughter,
which tho mass of tlio populaco In
sisted should havo been murder.
Numerous murders had been com
mitted In Cincinnati within a short
timo previous to this afi'alr, ono of
peculiar atrocity, tho slaughter of a
whole family and tho wilo of their
bodies toadlssectingsehool, happen
ing about tlio samo time.
When tho caso of tho white boy
cauio to trial and resulted In his
conviction of manslaughter, things
grow rapidly worse, culnnuatlng in
tho scones not yet forgotten oven
upon this coast. Thousands of ex
cited pcoplo attacked tho jail, but
failing to obtain the prisoner, burned
tlio court house, with its valuablo
library and priceless records, besides
wrecking everything clso In reach.
Tho military wero called out, light
ing ensued and over 100 pcoplo were
killed. Tho prisoner, however, waa
safely convoyed to tho penltontlary
and is still there, serving out his
twenty years' sontenco.
Colonell Campbell had defended
tho boy, and therefore Incurred
much animosity, and tho day after
tho destruction of tho court houso n
mob 600 strong started out to his
residence, situated in mo suuurus,
vowing to burn it down. Rejecting
tho advlco of his friends, ho rofuscd
to fly, and with tho assistance of his
brother and three servants, all
armed with Winchesters, success
fully repelled tho assailants. Ills
house was surrounded by thick
woods, and through theso, encircling
tho mansion, ho stretched lines of
barbed wire, over which t,lio assail
ants blindly stumbled, to their no
little confusion. A tew random
shots from thorllles wasall that M'tw
needed to complete .their discom
fiture. All tho jurors In the enso except
one, and nearly all tho criminal
lawyers In tlio city, fled during tho
excitement. Tho solitary Juror who
remained, loaded himself up with
revolvers, defying those Avholhroul
o.ied him, and escaped unharmed.
Han Francisco Examiner.
Following is tlio list of loiters re
maining In tho postolllce, titHulem,
Oregon, April 18. 18S8. Parties call
ing for them will please say "tul
veitlscd:" All letters published as nou-de-Ilvered
will bo charged with onq
cont in addition to tho regular
postage. . . ,
lleatyWT Heiijtmilii M
BeesonJohn Urown J' red K
Ciitlln Miss Belle Cruwsor Mm Ij
Collins Geo W
Daly W R
Jones Master Ilruco
Lewis Q lei i Lush Cleorgo
Martin Jake Miller Win
Mishloy Peder D Molsier Islo
Robertson SA Rowley Herbert
Hfarn Andy O Snyder 13 S
Kurry I-'rank Smith Tiny
Thornton Mrs M Todd U W
wiiitii Cuthiilonii Wilson Lydiu
Whitney Mary V
Yoatou ii wr
W. H. Oniu-ii, P. M.
Tho only guaranteed cure for
niitiirrh. cold 111 the head, hay fever,
rose cold, catarrhal deafness and
sore eyes. Restores tho sense of taste
and unpleasant breath, resulting
from catarrh. Easy and pleasant to
u e. Follow directions and a cure is
warranted, by all druggist. Bend
for elreular to Alilotlno Medical
Comimny, Orovlllo, Cal. Six
months' treatment for $1; sent by
mail, 11.10. For sale by I). W.
Matt lie ws & Co, , 100 BUito St., Bale m.
ISuckleu' Arulca Salve.
Tho host salvo In the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, sultrheimi,
lover sores, iviiui, ii't" -,
chilblains, corns, and all skin trunv
tlons, anil positively cures piles, v ?
refunded. Price 25 witgWrx'
If I n VM IH rilrUL MUinjItVMuni iu :tt tL i.
For sale by Dr. II. Wi $ $
f A a 4
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