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EJS (24ifIlS.4te JOURNAL
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
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A UOOD INVESTMENT.
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VOL. 2. IP-" " M'' : "i SALEM, OBEGON, MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1S89. NO. 38.
ffinnUUnim Uniw. i .' L .. . JIlM wKnfcYjPBawAb. LATEST EY TELEGRAPH.
, Cr ' fr $"'""( A
WM. N, ljADtfE. 'resident.
DIt. J. linYNOLUN, - Vice 1'iesldcnt.
JOHN MOIH, Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING. '
Bxchango on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London nnd Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially
Invited to deposit tmd transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonnbio rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained at the bank In
most reliable companies.
ESTAUI.I1IIED BT NATIONAL AUTHORITY
Capital Paid up,
it. S. WALIjACK, - - President.
W. W. MAHTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .- - - - Cashier.
V. T. Gray, W. W. ilartlu,
J. M. Martin, It. 8. Wallace.
Dr. W. A.Cuslck, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. ltitton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or in stoie,
either In prlvnto graxariesor
Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par. J
COMMERCIAL PAPER i
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta,
.New Store Jfeidlooiis,
M. T. RINEMAN
Has opened up a fresh and clean stock of
GLASS and QUEENSWARE,
WOODEN and WILLOW-WARE,
GREEN and DRIED FRUITS
and in fact everthing kept In a first
class Grocery store. Cash paid
Butter and Eggs.
The publlo In general invited to call and
see us. Atl goods delivered free.
State Street, room formerly occupied by
Fresh bread always on hand. Feed of all
kinds kept constantly In our store.
DR J. C. GILBERT,
In the Bank Block, treats all Chronlo
MEN AND WOMEN
On strictly sclentlflo principles. His new
Medicated Vapor Baths,
ams, Electricity ana
i-ure ana uompouna
Oxygen are not to be had at nny other Insti
on tho Pacific slope
NATURE'S OWN KEMEDIE8.
Offices and rooms especially fitted for the
accommodation and treatment of ladles
with ladles bath in care of Mrs. Gilbert. Dr.
Gilbert conft ics himself to office practice
nnd Is, therefore, always on hand to
wait upon his patients. Special atten
tion given to "diseases of women and child
ren. Terms strictly moderate.
:- BEST IN E MARKET -::-
For Bale cheap
lmor cash or upon
lure call upon
No. 3G7 Winter
eel, Salem, Oregon.
THE BOAUD OF lusrEES OK TUB
Oregon State Iilne Asylum iinltos
sealed proposals for tilting the stuto in
sane asylum with 4 wflter. Plans and
specifications must lj furnished by the
bidders. Plansof th&ulldlng will be fur
nished u?qn applloa&i to Dr. Harry Lane
medical superintend, Salem, Oregon.
Proposals nro also uted for an electric
light plant ror the ajim of COO lights of
18 candle power eachf candescent system
to be wired coiupletoAj ready for service
and subject to rigid R, The right .to re
ject any and all bldsQerved.
Bids wll l be opened) 2 o'clock p. in. on
Tuesdkiy, May 7, 18S!
a. w. niu,
I Board of Trusteis
Vjc. A, MUNI.Y, Cfe of IVwnl.
TlieCapital Natioiia Bank
V' 1L J0 B &V fonWAi pkinq .1 B
Immigrants are Arriving and
NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST!
$900. 2 sightly )ots on proposed street railway line in North Sttlcnl.
Very cheap anil chuce.
$600. 75 feet frint on Front street running through 210 feet deep to
tnc river oanK. ioi! a week only.
52600. Elegant hard finished
High street. Veryl sightly place,
Twenty-eight acres verv choice
spring. Elegant meadow on part of tract. f200por nere. For a short
I line onlv.
Lots in Capital 'park addition, one block from State street, $000 for
quarter blocks. 300 and ?400 for single large lots.
Lots in Yew Park, Queen Anne, Mill addition and University addi
tions. 75x130 near Asylum avenue; 300.
Real Estate Broker, Bank Block
Up-Stairs, Salem, Oregon.
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem.
Specialties in Table Luxuries,
Fine Tea, and. Coffee, Creamery
Butter, Cream Cheese, etc.
- WE LEAD IK CANNED GOODS.
Remember the Place and Cail.
A Bargain For Somebody ! ! ! J
A GOOP CHANCE
9-Forpartlculantill at tills oilloe"
It Is generally ooneeded by phyMelan
that about one-half of the population (H
lau oi U1IS 1MJ11UIHIMI
im iirA faiiffbrini; from
ilioUn ted HlMltM ureMiiienng irtHii !
flli.Actlmi nnd Di'ttneniilfl. Hurtl
IllfM1IU4llu H11U lllMtii.n-
tlon of food are the principal oautwa.
Henley's Dandelion Toiilesirengtlteiip'.and
ubles one to nJoy a haurty maul without
any unpletiMinl after etlbew.
tfold U' D. W. Mathew & Co.
Wright's lied Oro Cbugb Cure Tr It
nnd you will usenoothw. I.Mlliig,MM.n
lug and relieves. Hold by all druggi4.
house, with 2 lots and a good barn on
and in good neighborhood. Worth
nronortv. adiolnlnir town. Ktmniug
"It seems to me," remarked one of
our ciliena llio other tlay, ''that
filiydiciana are allowed extraordinary
iceiiBO in tho manner in which thoy
juggle witfi tho welfaro of their pa
tients." "Now hero is Dr. who was at
tending Mr. up to tho time of his
death, and it he treated bim for ono
thing ho treated him for a dozen dif
ferent disoideis. First tho doctor
said pneumonia was tho trouble; tlion
it v.'.i consumption. Then tho pa
tient w.is do-pd for 1 1 car tjt rouble, and
so on un'lt just beoro ho died it was
asceiiaiued t lint dis -aso of tho kid
neys wns tlio i!il trouble, and that
which Ii.nl hcoii at llrst treated as
pneumonia, consumption, heart dis
ease, etc., were but tiio symptoms of
"Hut then it was too late.
"This isonhnono casoin ahundred,
and I am s beginning to loso faith in
the doctore altogetlier. In fact I
haven't had any need for thoir ser
vices sinco I began to keep Warner's
Safe Cure in my house, a little over
threo years ago. Whenever I feel a
littlo out of sorts I tako a few doses of
it, confident that tho source of all dis
ease is in tho kidneys, which I know
Warner's Bafo Cure will keep in good
order, and will eradicate any diseaso
that may bo lurking there Had
Mr. followed a similar coursOj I
havo no doubt that ho would bo ahvo
tejday: but of courso all peoplo don't
"Ono thing is certain, however,
and that Is tho doctors aro allowed a
littlo too much freedom in the way
they havo of pretending to know
that which thoy really know nothing
about. If thoy don't know what is
the real trouble with the patient,
thoy should admit it and not goon
and experiment at tho cost of the pa
BRIGHTEN YOUR HOMES
By repaperlng and deenratlng your real
denoe. For material ko to &meunt' Va
riety B ore, who curries the latest myle
and po'terns In Wall I'Hiier, MorUem auu
Decorations. Paper Trimmed free of change.
A tine line of
always on hand, baldiab(rtM auMirtinent
of nw goods too nutnerou to mention
Yttrlety 8 or, Ounmr(l ., Baira.
This powder never v irles Ymret of
purity, strength nndwlinlcnmciH.s. Jtoie
economical than tho nrdlnarj binds and
eannot be sold In competition 1 1 li llio
inultltudooflow test, short weight alum or
phosphate powders, hold only In cans.
ItOVAI. llAltIKO FownKiU'o..lO( Wall.N.Y
Fit UKN1V 111 a line locality, several
nicely furnished rooms, either with or
without board. For particular!) call upon
Will. Si Arnold, 307 Wliitei street.
.jr.... i i ,,
FOlt SVIjIS A. good pony, oart, h inlaw
and somo, valuable books J. W.'tlur
lls. , ito
"HOIt SAMS A good pony, I" Idle and sad
I' die will be sold iesinnbln. For par
ticulars call at I.unn & Brown's store on
T701t MALH.-A FA KM OK US) ACHES
all under ibnee and eultivatlon, in tho
best range country of Eastern Oicgon,
Tho best clmneo over oirWod for a man to
engage In stock raising. For particulars
coll on or address
A'-', 1'ti.UU. ULICg;' ',"
WANTED To leu o a Miinll building lot,
" eonvenlent to business, with privilege
of purchase Innulro wf Cawtai. JmniNAi.
WANTKI). A l'nrtuer: An energetic
" young ninn to tnkOa hall Inlerost In a
well-established and itoliI n.ivlntr huiliirK-i.
$290 Is leqinrod. Man must no u good
worker, rail or address "V. !,," caioof
"I HAVE some very good second-hand
imigglesand harness that 1 wIUkpII
Come and seetliom.
T J. .TUNNINOS I). 11. S. T)KN ITST-
O Olllcolntho Now Ji.ink llloek, Com
street, Biilein. Sign ot tlio
1)HY8Ician. xtua. nn. m. k. mccov
1 physician and surgeon, has located
and taken rooms ocr Hqulru l'lirnu's
grocery sioie. iuonic aueineB u spew
iilty. Consultation fieo.
W P. WILliIAMH, STlCNOailAPIirit
) . and Typewriter Copyist, Will make
reports of trials, etc.; copying on tyno
wrlterntcumtely and nontly done. Otllce
with I A Manning, Commercial St., Ud
stall's, Now llauk lllook.
Persons wishing to Improvo their mem
onos or stiengtlun their poworofnttonllon
should bond to I'ml l.oslsetto, 2.17 I Iftli
Ave, N. Y. for his piospoctus post free, as
advertised in nnothor column. No 8, stdw
QUVKLODOUNo. 18, I. O. O. F., meets
In Odd Fellows' Hull up stalls. Ooinoi
i,ommeiclal and Ferry streets, oery Sat
urday nt7::M) p.m.
J . T. OltFCJO. JAS. "WAITON,
Secictmy. N. G
A tlooil Cup of Co IU' e
Is a groat nttmctlon for a restaurant.
Tho colreo dinwn from Hellenbrand's l"aP
ent Colleo receptacle Is ono of the many
Oreat Attractions of his outing parlors.
Tliousandsofciipsof his excellent eollVe
arc sold evory week. Ann as for oysters
and meals he cannot be emittlid In the
7K in fcOKn sioNTiioaiibcniado
vDJ tU CpJU worklnaforus. Agents
proferrcd iilio can furnlsli t horse and
glvo tholr whole tlmo totliolitislneiui. Hmie
moments may bo profitably employed alco.
A few aonncies In towns mid cities. B. F
Johnson ,t Co., 10OII Main st.. ltiehmond,
N. 11. IjuIIoh employed also. Never
mind about sending stainii for reply, (jome
quick. Yours for blx, II, F. ,l,ACn,
niuLniijiipm Hyi nw
NEW LIVERY STA1ILE.
Gaines Fisher, Proprietor.
Comor Fei ry and Liberty streets, N. K. euf
' from ClieinelceU' liotol.lulem.Ur.
Good aooommodatiom lot oomutefclsl
traveler. FlrstlaMrlfi always on baud.
Tliumlny Erotiiitg, April 19tli.
Untnd return ttigHgement or
Uetun. Jnhii F. Ilbrfti. l'.nil
HerrOseur Hi ni.-h. i, Pmil R"k M.i;
iiilurK ii"'J Ml.
Tito lulnti iipju i in i, i ml, r the
nuHploosof tin I'upluill i...i,,l j ,r il.ilr
benllt. Kli'in- hrtiini i.l ,11, n m
Adliiuuioii -1, gallery ..1 11 . , : .1 ! eij
MsU without extra 1 Ujri,r: ia I'Hlton'a
Book ltor, or (ruin nieinb-r 01 tin- lnd.
Boston Mid Club
:-(). If. Irvine of
Sunday in the city.
Ju.lgv L.lyeti of Albany arrived
in the city thin morning.
Kx-Govcrnor Moody depart (Hi
for The )l!e this morning.
Dr. Uyrd left this morning for n
week's sojourn along thoS;viul.
15. D 1'cHto of Ashland, well
known in llio city, is hero to-diy.
Judge Me Arthur of Portland
departed for that' oily this evening.
JI.lt. llaniiH, a prominent at
torney of Jacksonville, is In tho city
Mie Maud Jnckon departed
for Portland this afternoon to attend
the Mission tncctiiiff.
K. II. YVcslai'ot of Tiicouui ar
rived in tho city ycetcrdi'V. He is
here on a prospecting trip.
Mrs. llaniil left this morning for
liutlo creek, where slio will tako
charge of a. millinery torc.
Judge Strulmn of Albany ni
rived in the city t outlay and la sit
ting with conit this afternoon.
Mrs. N. F. Shenpurd of Poora,
Illinois, who hat been visiting in the
oily, left to-day for Poitinnd to at
tend the V. K. P. Mission.
Mrs. 1j. L. Newell took this
morning's overland train for Port
land, where she vill nttoml tho An
nual woman's northern Pacific
board of inisslon wlitch will bo in
session in that city nn Tuesday nntl
Wednesday of this week. Quite a
number of delegates will go down to
Portland to-moriow to bo In attend
ance. LOCAL SUMMU1Y.
its nro pitched on
There wore two fecclionsof tho
overland train this morning.
toiler U near at hniid and of
course dyo stull's are being prcparctL
i'ainless dental operations at
hr. T. O. luitli, 02 Slato at root. tf.
Wright's lllMkheriy Cordial should ixi
In ovory family lor (Uolem lnlUtimi, sum
mer diseaso, etc. Pleasnnt to take. Sold
by till di ugglsts- '
Iron for tho struct railway ox-
tensions loft Pittsburg on March 2Utli
uud is here.
Tho olrcifes is heioin nil dsgloiy
and will give another of its splendid
A corps of tho Salvation Army
passed through tlio city to-day en
route for Eastern Oregon.
Wright's Jlyi rh Tooth Snap dentifrice of
the age. Cooling, li'iigrunt, death to taitar.
bold by all druggists.
The Western union telegraph
lino lonaiiors, who have been hero
for several days, shipped for Port
land this' morning.
Wright's 1181 Cross Cough Cure will cure
that tfiesome cough. Guaranteed loghe
satisfaction. Sold by alldrugglsts.
Tho.pld I1030 has boon gathered
up 15' tho fire boys nnd will bo
shipped to DoMtou soon. They havo
about 800 feet and get eight cents
per foot for It.
Those wishing to take a courro
in tho English branches, book-keeping
and stenography will do well to
attend tho Salem businoste college,
Grlswolds block. Apply for leims
Wright's Corapound Kxtractof Barsapa
rllla Is blood-making, hlood-clenuiliig and
lieulth-iustorlng. A euro for soiomloun
and nil eniptlve dlaeases. Sold by H. W.
Cox and 1). .1, Fry.
No mutter where you roam you
should not allow It to cscupo your
forgetfulness that tho place to buy
groceries, pure, Iresli and clump, Is
at Sfjulro Farmr's. livorybody knows-
tho place. Follow tho crowd and
you will 001 no out all right.
Wright's Hop Celery and OiumiuumPu
lSltterw 11 reliable umla, uppeilaer iind ape
rient. Iiiv:giii'lr the dlgiilo iilgris
and prevents dyspepsli. luii be lel'al
ujun. Bold by H. WTvox. v
W,OIMJ Bonus, for u HulIi-o.nl
To Balem would not ufTcet these
r.loute of 7-roonia, lot und b-ru on
Chomeketc St., yona ,frW live,
utrawlierriofj, etc.; $1,C00.
Ifouso uwd lot on oburolt St., hard
Aiilshed houae; I2.1C0.
Fine, largo hyusaand 2 lots near
state Capitol, will iioprovodj HJ50,
, Two ttue lota on Aayluui avomw,
9400. A beautiful building alio on
Winter Hi, 84 feet square wltlf sow.
1,803. U lU "Vtw lrtk"
"Queen Anne" aud fnlwrsUy i1
A llnefwwof ItiOactva uiih lA 1"
Ljt In Nortli Mom on street ear
line aod elaewjiere cheaji.
Cull uud at W'ylle A M-Mir, 817
Coininer. ml m. 81.
imprU EvfBls of Hie Whole World
for Twenty-four Hour.'
Si Sbws FroBi the Denmark.
NKW'YottK, April Ml The ottl
aen of the Thlng alia tenmhli line
kept mi oftlw nil day to-day to an
swer (ui:Uiih of friends of tho pas-sengi-rs
of thy Ill-fated Denmnrk, of
that line, "tipposed to bo lost in mid
Atlantic. Xo news came.
The Molilalia Libel.
Hni.RNW, Mont., April 11. An
issue of veracity 1ms ocen raised in
regurtl to Utssell Prtrrlson's con
nection with the pnlh"itlon of tho
attack upon ex-Govornor Crosby In
the Live Stock Journal, which has
led to the libel suit. Sulgrovo lio-i-tlvely
nst-jrts that IJussoll mid
MeCutoheon linunrlit the copy to
him, nnd he refused to print it, on
his authority, and that Iltnxel gnvc
him the order to insert it.
Tho 1'nitm Couiitj' lloivd.
AVat.i.a Waua, April 13. The
Union county, Oregon, committee
wore hero on tho way homo fioni
tho Sound, ami express themselves
highly gratified with the r-shlt ol
their visit to T.ieonm and Seattlo in
tho Intoroot of raising n portion oi
the subsidy required to tako the
Hunt rotid from hero Into tho (numl
llonde valley, Oivgon nnd Wash
inglon engincgrs. report thoy iind a
hnlxty-ftmr footgntdo from hero to
ilieaummit of thoJiltu mountains
lowanl the 'Grand lxonde wi'ley.
This is fur bettor than expected.
Thry W Not lieg.
Nahuvim.1;, Tertu., April 11.
llio Frank Cheatham bivouac of
.MNifedte - Veterans at trrecent
meeting passed tho following resolu
tions" That the members ofUhc
Frank Cheatham blvoimo havftseeu
witta great regret and mortifaotlon
I lint certain orpuulzutloiHipurpoititig
to represent Confwlernle soldiers in
tho South, have sent committees to
the .North to bog, phi fiy (ho suppor.t
of indigent Confederate soldiers.
While we fully appreciate any
properoxpiessions ofsympnlhy from
Northern people fpr our needs as
Confederate soldiers wo enii!msi'.e
(he declaration (hat wo repudiate
any ollort, directly or Indirectly, to
beg aid for them in t lie North.
Heads Like ;: Hoiuuucc.
liKLLUFONTH, P.I., April II. Jo-
seph Wesley Wltlon, who went lo
the war li'i years ago, lias Just lblurn
ed to his mother's home in Pleasant
Gap, near this city. For 2") years ho
was believed to havo been dead, and
his mother, now Mrs. .Ktlwurd Ston
er, has been mourning over his sup
posed falo nil that time. Tho incl.
dents which have occurred since tho
time he left home until his return
'a fuw days ngo seem II ku a page
from ilcttou. lie claims ho was
sold as it slave to a Cuban planter
after being captured during' tho war,
and, after sulteriug untold hard
ships for many years, dually escaped
on a steamer to Philadelphia. lie
only found his friends after ye irs of
All Oklahoma Ti'iigeily.
Br. I.ouiH, April 14. A tragedy
occurred a few days ago In the lOast
orn part of Oklahoma leirlU ry, be
tween two men I'roul Texas, and
two nun front Kiowa, Ka.u., for
possession of a ol.tifn. Ouim woue
used frei ly und opts of the KIowh
men was killed and a 'J'c.can was
mortally wounded. The other men
called u truce, uud placing the
wounded man on a wngon, started
for a neighboring much, Before
they reached It the tight was i I'
ll owed, and (he entire party was dis
covered latttr by same oowlsiys,
stretohwl out on the prulrle. The
cowboys took one deail uud thrte
wounded men t tlio neurest st'ige
The New Seawall Is Dnwu.
Has Fiianvhwu, April 1 1. People
residing at the foot of Washluglon
and J.iekson si: e Jts were rudely
awakened this morning by ftjufliL
llug noise, whieli wm taken far mi
earthquake. It was about 1 o'clock
und very dark. Hundreds of people
were nn the street iu all kinds of
ooatumes. The jxillco went hurry
ing lu every direction to dUeover the
trouble. Klunlly it was found that
about aw feet of newly eoustruoUl
seawall bad sunkvaeurly out of sight.
The work which hud been done by
thu U m Francisco ooutruetlng com
pany was an absolute wreck from
the btftilnulug of section H of thu
waawall up to Hacruniento slrset,
Kilruln has put up $5,000 to bind
the match to fight Sullivan.
Heavy lighting Is still being re
ported as taking pln.ro in Hoytl.
The State Anti-Saloon alliance of
California has Hied articles of Incor
poration. Tho price of sugar is advancing in
London, owing to a reported short
ness in tho Cuban 'crop.
The Minneapolis street car strike
against (ho reduction of wages 2o
per cent, has extended to St. Paul.
Canada has adopted a resolution
against entire reciprocity with any
nation, declaring it against the in
terests of (lint country.
The United States ship Nipple, al
though lloated, has been found use
less, having received greater Injury
than was at llrst sudpictl in the
hurricane at Samoa.
Tho Herlln Volks Heiluug has
been Indicted for "leso mnjeste" in
attacking the memory of Iimpernr
William. Tho charge is based upon
thenrlielo which wus (ho cam.1 of
Ihasuspension of tlyit paper.
An electric storm parsed over a
largo area lu tho middle states yes
terday, doing considerable damage
and killing several people. Hail
stones as large us eggs fell in Ohio,
Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
l'roiii Helena (o Canada.
IIiimina, Mont.. April 14. Ex
Governor 1 lustier icturnod from New
York yesterday, where he has been
lor some tlmo engaged in advancing
the interests of two Important enter
prises which will be of immense ben
efit to the territory. Sjwaking of
them he said:
"I know tlmU thQL.lo.utunu. and
Canada railroad is going to be built,
and that In short order. It will run
from Helena to Lcthhridge, passing
within fifty miles of Fort Honton,
and will then run north to the Can
adian Pacific about 200 miles.
"Villurd is also very much Inter
ested In llclona, and he 1ms a hotel
scheme for this city thut ought to bo
can led out. Mr. Villard wants to
build a lino' hotel here, and if tlio
people will only do their part, It, will
bo built on a grand uud ningnlficcnt
War With PesHenidoi'.s.
Wam.a WAHiA, April It. To
day Sherlfr FoFiirliunl and Con
stable Morse, iu pursuit of two men
charged with bnrgalry at Prescott,
overtook them, about ulno miles
east ofWiillula, and ordered them
to throw up their hands. Tho men
fired on thoollkcrs, and tho ofilccrs
returned tho fire, and killed tone.
The dead munis named Tom Wil
liams. Thoy arrested (he other man
Davo Murphy. Tho latter fired
llvo shots at the officers. Willlnnu'
pistol was a self-cocker, and refused
to revolve when ho tried to shoot.
The coroncr'sjury said the action
of the olllcers was Justifiable.
A. II. &. 0. Kevolt.
Chicago, April l-h The Dally
News to-morrow will say: Twenty
thousand muii threaten to quit the
employ of tho IlaltlmoroA Ohio
rnihuad and tie up trains. The
News goes in to details of conipuUory
Insurance, mentioned lu the dis
patches last nhiht an being the
causoof tho trdubhynnd adds that
every -employe In (ho service has
been given to understand that he
must sign a contract or bo discharg
ed. Determined anil serious oppo
sition to the company's orders has
been ' orgnnlcd, according to the
Hindiiug lu tlio .Mines.
ISi.i.KNHiiinuj, W. ''., April 1.1.
The tldo of travel toward tho Iilg
Heud, Okanogan nnd Conconully
mines has now fairly sot lu. To-day
a constant stream of wagons hao
been rolling out of Elleusburg, load
ed with goods for (hat country, ami
the steamboat company advertise
forloOinoio Iqmuu to carry freight.
The saiiio company will put on fivo
more couches to run In connection
with their stcumcr.
A Had Youii; Man.
Ahtoiua, Or.) April 14. John O.
Mehcutl, night olerk of tho Antor
house iu this eltv, burglarized tho
safe of (he hotel, and with $350 be
longing lo Day Clerk W. II. War
ren, tiOS belonging to J. Q. Host),
aud sundry anmll deposits loft. Ho
Is lielleveU U have gono on tho Al
Itunoe to (Jruy's harbor. Ho halls
from Ne'e Westminster, British
Columbia, and recently arrived here
from Seattle, whrro ho cvllcd him.
solf George Heuorlu,