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MHwjmi'M'in, " ' ; tw""r,iify-f
i,u j. .XaWT,
l Oonznle, coventor of tho
C of Guanajuato, Ir Berioiwly HI
hh home near hero. General
eel Ncuroto, who has been nick
W several Weeks, Is Btlll In a serious
,ftmUtloH. General Felipe Berrlozal
h relurucd from tho Tlerra Callon-
, ta, foaiowhatlmprovert in health.
HE WAS LYHOHED.
-A Deputy Sheriff Was Sliot Pro
OZARK, Mo., March lG.-Word
tuts just been received hero Hint John
H. Brleht, who shot and killed his
wife inLano county a day or two ago,
Imb been eantured, bad atilnl, and
was convicted iiud executed, Judge
Kansas Citv, Mo., March 15.
Adilltlonal details of the lynching
tjirtar Ozark, of John Bright, wife
murderer, recoiveu u uuy, huuw im
affair was unusually sensational,
nlbo another death resulted beside
! -nfii,fa Tim man had been cun-
tured and was being gUeii a pre
Jlininary trial. A mob of 100 men
quickly gathered urotind the coun
house ftud sent in twenty-five ol
their number to request that the
prjboner bo turned over lo them. Tht
presiding Judge pleaded thut the
law be allowed to tako its course
Deputy Hlierifl "WIHIuUih, in charm
of the man, suggested lio had a
brace of rovulvera. A delegUiou
fniin the mob started toward thi
prisoner, and Williams mined a re
volver, but before ho could shoot
was himself shot through thu heart
by o of the mob, dying instantly.
Tlio mob then took the prisonoi
ucrws tho street, and without giv
ing him an opportunity to say a
word, hung him.
Arrested forSending a Challenge.
Chicago, March 15. A. Gordon
Murp.'iy, chief of tho Highland
Wiciatlon, la to bo tried this weok
for sending a challenge through the
mulls toE. Eraskluo McMillan, a
olij'iHitmu, to fight a duel with pU-
Ula within llvo miles or this city.
Tho troubio grew out of charges
made by McMillan thut Chief Mur
ray wub converting funds of tlio
Highland association to Ills own
use. The recent Burns celebration
was a groat success, but tlio receipts
were otlset by expense bills sent in
by Chief Murray. Theso hills were
investigated by Mr. McMillan, who
is a awyer, and prmiouncpd fraiidu-lon'.
A Bill to lluild Postofflccs and
Loaso to tlio Government.
THE CABINET MEETING.
A Rstuliation Proclamation to Bo
WABiifNOTON. Marcli 15. -The
hoaso today passed the urgency de
fleiency bill appropriating 5470 (Ml.
Tho cabinet meeting wub nltenueu
by all tho members except Blaine,
Fintor and Noble. Tho Issue of a
proclamation of retaliation 'against
tho countries which refused to enter
into reciprocal trado relations with
tho United States undor tho terms
of tho McKlnley act, was tho prin
clpul subject of discussion. It was
decided to I'suo a proclamation ol
this character this afternoon ogulnsi
three countries of South America.
These are understood to be Colum
bla, Honduras nnd Venezuela, but
It cannot bo stated.
A Bill to Have Private Partio3
Washington, March 15. Tin
Judiciary committee or tlio noum.
has agreed to report a recommenuu
tlon to lay upon tlio table tho reso
lutiou looking to tho Impeachment
of A. P. McCormlck, judge of tho
district court, northern district,
Toxus. In tlio sonate today Morgan
introduced a bill to Increase the
facilities of tho postolllce depart
ment for obtaining tho use of build
ings for postofflco purposes. It pro.
posed to intorcst privato capital in
Mto construction of postofllco build
ing on long torm leases.
REIGN OP TERROR.
Leaders Sentenced to Death.
Rangoon, March 15. Tho cele
brated Dacolt chief, tho Mluliuing
prince, leader of thu revolt against
tho British near Arrukan, lias been
condemned to death. Five otliois
who took part in tlio revolt havo
also been condemned to death, and
tho father of tlio Dacolt chief has
been sentenced to penal servitude for
A Bill to Punish all Who Will
fully Destroy Proporty.
1'Aiufl, Marcli 15. It Is evident
that the poisons who stole tho dyna
mite cartridges from the Seine quar
ries, nro endeavoring to inaugurate
it reign of terror In tills city. About
two o'clock tills morning, an ex
plosion of cartridges occurred 1 1
Loubau Barracks, occupied by the
It publican Guard. In a moment
tho wildest excitement prevailed,
The only harm done was to tho bar
racks and buildings in tlio vicinity,
which was great.
A cabinet council was called this
afternoon, at which President Cur
not signed a bill, Introducing a clause
In tho Penal codo,maklng tho willful
destruction of proporty by means of
explosives, punishable with deuth.
THREE MEN SHOT.
Tho Assailant Then Shot Him-'
Tiffin, Ohio, March 15. Walter
Snyder shot Ed Naylor, Burt Cro
baugh and Thomas Downey and
killed himself this morning in a fit
of Insanity. Crobaugh will recover,
Downey was lilt three times and his
recovery Is not probable. All stand
high. Business Is nearly suspended.
To Restrict Naturalization.
Washington, March 16. Repre
sentative Oate, from the judiciary
committece of the house, yesterday
submitted a report to accompany
the bill to change the naturalization
laws. It iccites tho shameful nnd
illegal manner in which aliens are
naturalized in many parts of the
country, and dedans congress
should uiaLo laws to amply protect
thu stales against tho cltlzenfhip of
criminal putipeis, anarchist and
aliens, 'lhe name of an American
citizen s'iys tho report, should be
osteeme i us that of II .man when
Rome mi mistress of tho world.
Such prldo can never be felt by our
foreign-born citizens until the pin
cess of conferring tills great boon
upon him Is attended with greut
solemnity and scrutinized more
olo-ely than at present.
Rhode Island Republicans.
Pitovii)BNCE,It.I.,Murch 15. The
state Republican convention met
this morning. Tho platform adopted
opposes the free coinaie of silver,
endorsing tho icciproulty, thanking
BUiuo therefor, declaring tho pro
tective tarltl' tlio cardinal principle
of the Republican party, approv
ing tho vigor of Wlndom's courage,
and tho Aniericauim of lIarrlson'
administration. D. Itufrsell Brown
was unanimously chosen for
Roseiiuru, March 15. Thompson
Grubbo died at his resldonco in Wil
bur Saturday morning. Ho hud
been failing for somo time, and hit
deuth was not unexpected. Mr
Grubbo was 74 yoars of ago, ono of
tlio earliest tin. I most respected pio
neers of Doutrltis county. The
funeral was held at 10 this morning.
dlfctisslon. Jit all pni iblllty, Mon
day will b devoted In the business
of the District of Columbia, and
the tariff will occupy tin- rest of the
week, unless Friday should bo de
voted to tho private pI udar. It Is
probabiothat cxe(U'lvo sessions on
tho Behring sn and other matters
will occupy the time of tho senate
during most of the week. In the
number of bills passtd the senate Is
at present far ahead of the house.
It has sent more than a hundred
bills over to the houso for action.
Many of them, it is true, aro private
relief bills, but some are of import
ance, and are sure to provoke a dis
cussion when brought up. Tho
house lias sent tlio senate nothing
but one or two appropiiation bills,
which huvo either been disposed of
or nro ready for disposition. Mr
Vest's bill to authorize by generol
law the construction of a public
building for a postofllee in every
town where the receipts justify it,
has passed the senate.
AT THE CAPITAL.
They Caught Him.
Nkw Yoiuc, Maroh 15.-
Ho Arraigns tho Billion Dollar
Mi:iui)iAN, Miss., March 15.
Several thousand people weie as
senibled at the depot tills morning
when tlio train bearlug Senator Hill
and tmrtv rolled Into this city. The
setiutor was Introduced as "Tho
gieut Democratic loader," who never
leads to victory and never won a
victory but for the good of tlio peo
ple. Senator Hill spoko brielly and
forcibly on tho national political
Issues and was loudly cheered. Ho
denounced tho foreo bill and the
billion dollar congress and said tho
people would pronounce ugaliiBt the
Itopubltcan party in tlio coming
Pora Stallion Raco.
Ciiioaqo, Ills., March 15. Itudd
Doblo today uccapted the challenge
of C. V. Williams of Iudepc udonce,
Iowa, to tiot Axtel and Allerton in
a stalll m match raco fur $.10,000.
Wlnnor to tako all.
Pauif, March 15. President Car
not today signed tho commercial
reciprocity convention with tho
GROVEli WILL RUN
A Protest Against the
Washington. March 15. The
senate had gone into executive ses
sion. When the doors were reopened
consideration of tho postolllco bill
Nominations of circuit judges
were not considered by the senate in
executive session, but were reported
favorubly by the judiciary commit
tee. Under the rules they went
over without action, ai d probably
v hi be called up today.
Among the panels present d and
referred whs a protest bj tho Balti
more conference of tho Methodist
Eplscnpul church against the enact
ment of further oppressive legisla
tion against the Chliicso peoplo as
tending to cripple missionary work
in China through retaliatory measures.
Canada More Lenient.
London, March n.-The subject
of tho fortinVnllot.s of Esquimalt
came up again in pmlnuieut yestor
day. It appears that siiic the re
cent dl'cupxli.n of tne subject the
warolllci has rwlvod unofficial as
surances iht.t tho Clinician no
prepaied to do their share of tho
work. When questions were asked
on the subject today, Wm. St. John
F. Brodericlt, financial under secre
tary of the wnrofllcc, replied that
while no news had been reclved as
to Canada's proposed action in re
gard to Esquimult there wus every
reason to believe that tho minister
of mlllta of tho Dominion cabinet
would interest himself so as to
execute Canada's obligations.
Great Suffering is reared in Kan
Kansas City, March 16. The
storm continued last night villi tin
AimiPd furv. The fail of snow is
six to eight Inches on a level, prov- (
ing troublesome to rultroaus. a.
Wichita dispatch says the fall of J
snow in tne nouuiweu iivummo
eight Indies on a leve'. Many tele
graph wires west from there are
down, and it Is dltlleuir. ror ais-1
patchers to keep trains moving, me
street railway at Wichita is aban
doned. Dispatches from various
points in Oklahoma Indicate that
the blizzard provails there; also a
Guthrie special states that it bus
been snowing all day and a heavy
norther prevailing. Many of the
recent settlers are poorly housed,
poorly clothed and poorly fed, not
yet haviug opportunity to harvest a
crop. They live in Bhautles, tents
and dugouts, and their suffering will
be acute. Tho greatest Buffering is
among negroes who have been lured !
to Oklahoma by unscrupulous
agents. They havo no means pro
vided against an emergency. Msny
havo no places to sleep, all poorly
clothed, and the majority without
money. No fatalities are repoited,
out If tho storm continues another
twenty-four hours such reports are
expected. Dispatches from North
western Missouri show that tiio
storm is raging ihere.
. in i ' i
nmmjw inimiin mam
pmw. ! mw and orchard co.
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FOR TOWN LOTS, FRUIT TRACTS AND FARMS.
J. L. BENNETT k SON.
Fruits and Cigars,
P. O. Block.
J, J. HAHKINS,
On State Street.
A. P. GORDON,
All kinds of
OI Court Street,
KICE & ROSS,
47 State Street.
Cigars and Tobacco.
2-43 Com'l Street.
GLOVER k PUGH,
Baok or Red. Corner.
Open all Night
A, H. F0RSTNER & CO,,
Machine Shop, Guns,
Spoiling Goods, Etc.,
008 Com 1 Street
RADABAUGII k EPLEY
Livery, Feed and
-44 Stats Street
MEALS 15 Cents and Upwards,
101 Btate Street.
A. H. WILLARD,
mid Ilorscshoci g,
139 State Street.
cam F. A T T W E L L, s STP.RVRS HWOS.
H 0 U S E & j califovn la Buttery,
amST -PATN' KK.l
OlVJXl XXiO.J.1 ';
139 State Street.
101 Court Street.
Haagen, a Prussian forger, was ar.
rested on tlio arrival of tlio steamer
AmaHl. A peculiarity of tho cubo
wa3 ho ra ulo no attempt to conceal
liiB Identity, which nlono enabled
llioofllcors toldoutiry him, iih tlio
cablod description wus totally Inac
A Oloso Traffic Arrangomont.
Boston, March 15. Vice-President
Prluco says a oloso tiaillo ar
rangement haB been mado between
tbo Now York & Now England mid
tho Reading, and tlio latter Is yory
likely to lease tho Baltlmoro & Ohio.
Prluco looks forward to tlio fipoody
running of through traiiiH botwoen
Boston and Now OrleaiiB.
Toi'j:ka, Kan., Marcli 14,-Two
companies claimlug to havo Baiu
maker Melbourne's secret linvo boon
formed. Tboyofl'er tosoll the secret
at tho rate of $2500 per county, or
will furnish OHO or tWO itlCllCS Of
ralu at $500 nor county. They havo
men ut work In tho dry regions of
California and Arizona, and claim
to havo produced ono and one-half
Inches or rain at PlxloyC'al.
Dlas Will Bo Ro-Elected.
City ov Muxico, March 15.
Political club.9 nro bolng organized
throughout tho republic In support
of tho ro eleotlon of President Diaz.
The latest organization of tho kind
is tho Aldamo club, having a mem
bership of 8000 wprklngmou In tho
city of Loon, Hlnlo of Guanajuato.
A largo number of campaign Jour
uala havo been started In tho princi
pal cltlea of Mexico, all supporting
Dtaz'a re-election. Tho Indications
now aro that Diaz will havo a walk
over t tho clectiou In Juno, al
though some people hero assert that
General Trovlno, of Monterey, Is
making a quiet eilort to secure con
trol of the coining conventions and
eleyato himself to tho presidency.
Case of Trichlnw.
PAOM, Iud., March 16. A 17-
ycHWild daughter of George Mur
Mi died -Sunday or trichlnw spl
jjhIb. Some weeks ivtjo Mr. Marlott
killed & pig and his family ale of
th pork In an uuueruoue conui
tiou. Mrs. Marleit uud tho daugh
ter were lakeu nick, tho daughter
dylHK Sunday. Tlio wlfo and
mother is still iu a precarious con
dition. Doctors, aftf r the death of
tlw daughter, mudo a mlcroscoplo
examination from a cutting from
the Bleeps uiusclu sua found au
fclwuduajtt of the deadly trlehot w
Trsach Bark Sank.
TAL-nnu M.. U Tlm TiVrtnnh I BSnfttOr M Onll'.
brk Achilla was sunk iu a collision Wamiinotosi, Murdi lo.-Beim-with
an unkuowu sltamer In tho tor Merrill's owidlliun U unchanged
So to Do.
THE SUPER SHOT
By a Messenger Boy, Who Wanted
San Fkancisco, March 15. Yes
terd.iy morning shortly after 9
o'clock E. F. Welhe, of Oakland,
superintendent of tho American Dis
trict Messenger otllce on Miuket
street, in the Grand hotel, was sl.ot
by a messenger boy named Jacob
Oppenheinier. Tlio latter had been
discharged from the office about
three wo -ksag.1, and, his claim for
waces nit being piid fast enough to
suit hlin, he threatened several times
to makj trouble. Ho called on tne
superl itfudcat, saying ho wanted
ills money, and was going to get it.
Ho stepped Into tlio private office,
pulled a pistol and filed five shots.
Welhe then ran out into the street,
jumped into a hack, and was driven
oil before any one could speak to
him. The other employes weio too
badly scared to notice their chief.
It isiumored Welhe was shot in the
bund and iu the leg. When ar
rested, the boy refused to talk, say
ing ho was no fool.
THE LARGEST DOCKET.
SALEM DYE WORKS.
KING AND UEl'AIllISO
127 Court Street.
-107 State Street.
274 Com'l Street.
B. J. PATTOtf,
Red Rubber Stamps.
Prices the Lowest.
D8 State Street.
S. W. THOMPSON & CO.,
221 Commercial Street.
Larue Line of Loose
107 Com'l Street.
F, B. SOUIHWICK,
Salem, - - Oregon.
F. T. HART,
Over Email's Clothing Store.
MRS. M. E. WILSON,
Leading Salem Modiste.
SOG Commercial St.
MISS OLIVIA MASCHER.
Itemovca to Cottle Ulook.
Spring Goods Arriving
T. J. CltESS.
Natural Wood Finishing.
Cor. 20th and Chcmeketa Streets.
L. S. & MARK S. SKIFF.
Electric Car Line.
and Fish Market.
JOHN 31. VATCE i CO,
Fist stairway north of Bush
Tho Mills Mon Boom Suro of
Austin, Muroii 15. Tlio sena
torial Hitnutlon iu inking a nioro
tleilnltoBlmno. Tho Mills mon ex
press tliniiiBolvoH iw au 10 of victory.
Tlio Mills party clulni 75 out of 100
In tho house and havo shown bucIi
strength that tho Governor Hog
lulmlnlstnvlloiilstH, who aro support
ing Chilton, havo bconmo alarnioil.
Culberson is not muoli talked of,
Whoat In Minnesota nnd Dakota.
MiNNRAi'or.iH, March 15. Tho
Journal has reports from plxty dif
ferent points In Minnesota and tho
Dakotaa, showing tlioro aro, on a
safo estimate, about 32,000,000 bushels
of wheat In Minnesota and tlio
Dakotas In tlio fanners' hands, after
deducting seed and farmers' con
Vialblo Supply of drain.
Ni:v Yoiuc, March 15. Vlslblo
blipply of whoit, 40,B10,000 bushels,
u decrcaso of 037.2.S5; corn 12,804,
000, nn Iiuuvium) of 1,202,003. oats,
H.O12.000, an Increase or 105,010; ryo,
1,001,000, a decrease of 158,050 bar
ley, 1,320,000, a deoreaso of 100,760.
Sullivan nnd Oorbott.
Nkw Yoiuc, Maroh 16. Corbett
this afternoou covered Joint L.
Bulllvan'a deptwlt of $2500. Articles
aro signed for Bulllvau uud Corbett
to light for 110,000a bldo and a purso
of (25,000 boforo tho Olympic club
at Now Orleans, Bopt. 7th.
Correspondence With Qonoral
Mhavauickk, Wis., March 16.
General E. 8. Bragga, father of tho
famous phmso, "Wo lovo him for
tho enemies ho has nindo," has been
urging Cleveland to make a public
avowal of his position regarding
tho approaching convention. On
Maroh 5th ho wrote a letter to Clove
land containing tho follewing: "I
ask you to say to tlio peoplo that
your naino bo presented lo tho na
tional Democratic convention as a
candidate for Its nomination to the
presidency, nnd that you wllhiecept
tho nomination if given, and again
undortuUo tlio duties of president, If
the peoplo shall, ns I bellovo tlioy
will, choso you for that oillce."
In reply, Cleveland writes: "I
have thought I might continue
slluut on tho subject you present to
mo, If, in answering tlio questions, I
might only consider personal desires,
Individual oiwo and comfort, my res
ponse would bo promptly mado
without tho least reservation or dif
ficulty, but If you nro right in sup
posing tlio subject Is related to tho
duty I owo tho country and party,
a condition exists which makes
such privato nnd personal considera
tion entirely Irrelevant. My ex
perience in tho olllco of president
so Impressed mo with tho solemnity
of tho trust and its awful responsibi
lities, that 1 onunot bring myself to
regard n candidacy for tlio placo
as something to bo won by personal
strtfo and aotlvo self assertlou. I
havo also au Idea that tho presidency
Is pro-oinliioiitly the ieople'a otlkv,
and I havo Ikhui slueero and con
stant In tho advocacy of elleotlvo
participation in polltlclal atlnlrson
tho part of nil our citizens. Conto
miently, I bollovotho people should
be heard In tho choice of their party
caudldaUa and that they themselves
should made nominations as directly
as is consistent with au open, fair,
uud full party organisation nnd
methods, 1 am eoutldoiit success Is
still within reach, but I Mlovo this
Is utliiio for thoughtmlueAa and de
liberation, not only as to candidates,
but concerning pan action upou
questions of Immense 'interest to tho
, iwtriotlo and Intelligent voters of
Lato China and Japan News.
San Fkancisco, March 15. Tho
steamship Oceanic arrived yester
day from China and Jnpau. Lieu
tenant Iletheriniiton, who shot
Grower Robinson, lias been held by
tho coroner's juiy on n charge of
Ah tho Oceanic was leaving Yoko
hama tho Unhid ctates steamer
Alliance, Lieutenant McCllutock
commanding, enmo off to saluto
Admiral lkllcnap, on tho tutgolug
steamship. In trying to get along
side elm ran im the new brnkowutei.
Tho British ship Mercury sent a
tmrgo and foity murines to get lur
oil. Tlio Paclilo Mall and Canadian
Pacillo tugs also went to tho assis
tance of tho Allinnco. It Is believed
by those ou bond tho Oceauio that
tho Alliance would be a total wreck.
School Election in Portland.
Portland, Maroh 15. A. W.
Lambert, cashier of tlio Citizens'
bank of tho East side, wus elected
school director yesterday by 071 ma-
Joilty, defeating J. F. Osborne,
piesldcnt of tho chamber of com
merce and clmlrniau of tho citizens'
committee of 100. Tlio ulectiou was
important iu that it lias a bearing
on the coming stato election. Os
borne was opposed by Republicans
because of his connection with the
citizens' movement at tho election
last June, when tho Republican
ticket was defeated. IIo was also
opposed by Democrats who aro op
posed to fusion with tho citizens'
ticket. Republicans claim that the
defeat of Osborne means thai elti
yens will not iiomluaten ticket, or It
thev do it will bo defeated.
Who Marked for Him.
Mauyhvim.k, Cal March 15.
Privato MoAfe., a National Gunnls- tll0 Jaud who watch forau Rfesurtinee
man, has wsorcd 109 out of n possible I ot Mft,,y ft8 tho price of tholr couQ.
200 at tho llntl. Ho made 80 con-' tieuco auj Bupport,"
HOiitlvo buH'wyei", tlio last Bbot '
being -1. JTHIS WEEK IN OONORESS,
Bigttl4 chaunwl, llvo
The Imyottant Matters to Come
Before the Two Housqb.
Wamiinmiv. I 'f!i 15 Tbo
this morulng. JIi condition It re- prrwu lot tuts v.tU mhe huue
ganka ft cxcwdlusly prworIou, will bo tbo continue lr. tho tailO
Assaulted a Young dirl.
Nkw Yoiuc, March 16. William
H. Gamer, nephew of tho lato Com
modore Gamer, was sentenced yes
terday to six months' Imprisonment
In tho penitentiary for assaulting a
15-year-old girl, Mary Quinu, daugh
ter of a Harlem grocer on August
21, 1800. G.irnor evaded arrost by
lleelng from tho city. July last ho
returned here, but tlio authorities
did not know of It until last week,
when ho was taken Into custody,
tried ami couvlcted of tho crime.
To Inquire into the Cause.
WauI'ACA, Wis., March 15. A
special grand Jury has been sum
moned to Inquire Into tho dentil of
Ranker Mtud, mysteriously mur
dered in October, 18S2. It is ex
peoted live persous will be Indicted.
Fatal Elevator Accident.
San Fhancisco, Maroh 15. An
elevator In the Sutter street cable
house fell yesterday with two pas
sengers. Oue of them, James FlU
Patrick, rvcelviil probably fatal
MillQ and Elevator Burned.
Jol'UN, Ma, Maroh 16. The
mllU ami iKvutor of the Bargeant
Milling company are burned. Isns,
Sossion of Circuit Court Now In
Session in Albany.
Auiany, Or., March 15. Circuit
co irt for Linn county convoned in
this city yesterday afternoon with
J ulgo Boise on tho bouch. The
d cket is the longest evor up for
hearing at ouo term or court to this
county. It contains 171 cases,
though many of tho c.i'-esare small
ones, which should havo been heard
in tho justice's courts. Tho state ol
Oregon vs. Frank S. Ingrim foi
murder, Is the most important case
to bo bard at this term, The
twenty-llvo cass ngalutt the
Farmers' and Merchants' Insurance
Co,, of this city, will probably bo
decided nt Ihls term of court. In
addition to these thoio are sixteen
divorce cases to bo heaid. A large
array of attorneys aro present, and
among them Salem and Portland
aro well represented.
Torpedo to Bo Tested.
Nkw Yoiuc, March 15. Some
day this weik the aerial sub-aqul-atlo
projectile, to the invention of
which Ericsson devoted so many
years of study, will be tested at
Fort Wadsworth under tlio super
vision of tlio board of ordnance for
tlllcatlons. Tho now projectile may
be used either on land or sea, and
carries 800 pounds of dynamlto or
gun-cotton. Tho projectile will not
explode unless tho percussion cap at
its end at) ikes some portion under
water of tho vessel sought to bo de
stroyed. When the projectile
strikes tlio water It still hassulll
clent velocity to trnvol 500 feet
underneath tho surface. The depth
at which It may travel under uator
Is regulated by an ingenious device.
It is also llttod with rudders or tins,
which, having been udjusled before
tho projectile IsdUcharged, steers it
in a straight course aguiust tho ves
sel. Tho Death of a Miser.
Lynn, Mass., March 16. Elijah
D Howard died In mi attic, on Sat
urday, which ho had occupied for
more than twenty years. He was a
machinist, and suppa-od to be worth
about ?8000. When the ro m was
searched, money and securities
ngjjrogntlng more than f000 iu
value were found, liesldea Boston &
Maine railway stook amounting to
sevral thousand more. His sole
heir Is a sou, whom he had not seen
for twenty-three years. This son,
Kdward L, Howard, Is a telegraph
operator Iu the Adams house, Bos
ton, with a si'ary of ?40 a mouth.
Caused by a Broken Rail.
Milwaukhk, VU., Maroh 15, A
northbound passenger train on the
Wisconsin Central road yestirday
was wrecked by a broken rail at
Dale, The baggage car, two coaches
uud two sleiwrs wero ditched. The
wreck took tire nud tho sleepers and
coacliea ware uwtroveu. ine pas-
Rich Mines Discovered.
San Dikoo, Cal., March 15. It is
quite probable that Southern Cali
fornia will soon experience n mining
boom greater than that,.of the newly
discovered district of Creede, Colo.
Last week a force of men driving a
tunnel in tho Steele mine, six miles
west of Perry's, in the Gaviliau
district, encountered rock which
surpassed anything yet found in the
country. Only one assay has yet
been made, which showed iOOOO in
gold and silver per ton. Tho find
created considerable excitement and
claims havo advanced rapidly in
price. Within a few days the rich
ness and exteut of the strike will bo
Guthkie, O. T Maich 15. A
terrible prairie lire has teen raging
for several days in tho eastern part
of Pnj ne county, doing many thou
sands of dollars damage. John
Shutuell, William Querry, John
Queiry and otheis had their farms
swept clear of everything and aro
penniless. John Querry was fatally
burned while attempting to save his
Hukon, S. D., March 15. A prai
rie fire twelve miles south of here
has destroyed tho farmhouses of
William Mills and William Rye,
with household goods and clothing,
Several sheds containing a large
amount of grain, hay and farm
machinery wero burned. A large
section was burned over.
San Fkancisco, Maich 15.
Wheat buyer season $1.GG.
I'OKTLAND.March 15. Wheat val
ley, $1.55$1.G0; Walla Walla, $1.50
CuiOAao, March 15. At close
wheat was weak; cash, 83j, May,
Is that Impurity ot tho Wood which iu
ducis unsightly lumps or SN.oMngs out
plamlsot tho neck; causes painful turn U
sores on tho arras, legs or feet; cle elo; et
ulcors In the 05 os, oars, or nose, often caus
ing Mimlness or deafness; Is tlio oiltshi ul
pimples, cancerous growths, or the 111 u
other manifestations usually ascrifci 1 1
"humorb;" and fastontus upon tbo limps
cauos consumption, and death. lHinr
tho most ancient, It is tho most general 1 1
nil diseasos or affections, for ery few
persons aro entirely free from it.
By taking Hood's Sarsnparllla, which, to
the remarkable cures It has accomplished,
often when other medicines hive failed,
has proton Itself to bo a potent and pecul
uir medicine for this disease. Some o
the cures aro really wonderful. If jou
lufter from scrofula or Impure blood, be
sure to try Hood's Sarsaparllla.
" E ery spring my w lie and ohlldreu liaire
been troubled with scrofula, soros break
ing out on them In various places. My
Ultlo boy, three jears old, has been
terrible sufferer. Last spring ho was on
mass of sores from bead to feet. I was
advised to use Hood's Sarsaparllla, and we
luooulltakenlU The result is that all bTe
been cured ot tho ecroiula, my Utile boy
being entirely f reo from sores, and all tout
ot my children look bright and healthy.
Y, Ik Atiieutox, rassaic City, N. J.
SMbjikugsliU. flislxforf. Imudb)
i I. HOOD CO, ApoUitturlu, Lowell, Mm
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar
Oregon Land Company's Price List.
10 acres of land 5l miles south of Salem (postoffice)
best fruit land, nearly all cultivated. There will be 1 00
acres set to fruit, immediately adjoining this tract, this
spring; price, $50 per acre, $ 100 cash, balance easy pay
ments. Choice of four ten acre fruit tracts five miles south ot
Salem (postoffice) one all in cultivation, very sightly; two
other three-fourths in cultivation, balance good timber;
one three-fourths in cultivation balance in pasture, $45.00
per acre, cash, balance easy payment and long time.
Choice of 25 ten acre fruit tracts six miles south of
Salem (postoffice) best fruit land, very desirable location;
springs and running water, adjoining The Oregon-Land
Company's model 100 acre orchard farm, three miles from
steamer landing. First choice $60 per acre, cash,
balance on eight years time, enabling purchaser to pay for
land out of the fruit crop This land will be set our to
fruit trees and cultivated two years in a first-class manner,
by the Willamette Valley Fruit Growing company so that
a two year old orchard, complete in ever respect, will
cost the pur haser $125 per acre, including a good fence
The "Willamette V Hey Fruit Growing company has
now more than 300 acres set out in this way, and will
take pleasure in showing anyone, who takes an interest in
fruit growing in the Willamette Valtey, what the are
doing and how their orchards look. The people of Salem
and their visiting friends are cordially invited to call at
the office of the Willamette Valley Fruit Growing com
pany, in the Gray building with the Oregon Land com
pany, and take a ride to Sunny side and see what is being
done in tho way of fruit raising in the vicinity of Salem,
Oregon. You' will enjoy the ride to Sunnyside and see
something worth seeing.
10 80 100 acres cultivated" land with house, spring and orchard 8 miks
from Turner, $00 per acre, J cash, balance in three equal annual payments.
IS 40-101) acres cultivated land with ham nud running water, ?45
per acre, cash, balance iu three equal annual payments. First payment
will be taken iu work.
10 DG-100 acres cultivated land, running water on land, ?40 per acre,
ensh, balanco in three equal annual payments. First payment taken in
39 08-100 acres pasture and timber land, all good land, with running
water, 3 miles from Turner, 526 per ncre.
0 fruit tracts ranging from 12 to M acres each, all cultivated, 200 fruit
trees on each lot, land all plowed, $45 per ncre. J cash, balance in three
equal annual payments.
won; suon as carpenter wont, cutiinc woon, mailing raus, ouuuing
fence, betting out nud cultivating trees taken in part payment ou laud;
also horses, harness, wagons, or buggies taken in part payment on laud.
Also good city property, when unincumbered by mortgage or otl er
claims, taken in part payment 011 Jand.
TMI'llOVKD OltnKK OP 11KD MKN
1 Kamlakun Trlb No, S, Palem. Holds
ivmtxMl every Thursday e eolng, at ".SO,
M igwam iu aiai insurance nail,
K O HAKKK. Irophet.
KHNK P. WATKIW. Chief or Kecords.
VT HaUm. Oregon.
EO.H. BUlUiCTT. Attorney at law.
km. Oregon. Office over Ladd a
D-.vm.-i cc m.utiAS, Attorneys
cottDsalor at law. bUm C.
roaaty.lneladlacatolandulork iiilx m
.run.ll.f.irl.Br.,i.rmi1. "e hh Ja "
KM(inii.-i- - -" -- cwa, mj aitg ipmu ueuuM lor ex-
aiioiut uum 10 rem eviaic uusuiet in
Otetnprcm court aadtu ice state depart
t wcaU wW rccrit prompt tttenUwj,
Braktiuin Ollderuian was llllcd,
nnd four were Injured.
MCHAKDSON. Attorney nt law.
oillce up wtalrsln from rooms of new
1 blne.lt. corner Commercial nnd Com t
KtrtetB, gulum, Oregon.
TOHN A. CARSON. Attorney nt law.
J ltooms 3 and -1, Lada & Hugh's bank
imlldlng, Salcnt, Orceen.
II. V, HON HAM. W. II. HOLJI ES.
BONHAii & Howies. AttoruoyH at law.
Ofllco In Uusb'ft block, botvteen State
nud Court, ou Com'l at.
miLatON X)KD, attorney at law. Balem,
1 vrcsuu. umce upuurs in nmonu
WH. YOUNG, M. D., Oillce formerly
t occupied by Dr. How land, corner
IXmrt nnd Liberty ktrects. Telephone No.
45. Otllce heurs: 8 n in, to 12: 2 to I p. m.,
and 7 to U p.m. H(kleuro I81I1 klreet on
electrio car line. Telephone No. ,
TTvIt. W. 8. SIOTT, physician nnd Bur
J geou. Ortlco In KIdrldce Block, .a
leiu, Ort'on. Ottli-o houn. 10 to 15 11. m.
.' to i p. iu.
J 7 B.l'mi.IlOOK,M.I).,IIomeortUlL
!i. Offlcc 165 (Xiurt btreot; Kestdet-oe Si7
tgh Hreet. GeLerul practice. bpecUtl
attrition given to dibeuse of Woman uud
J T HOUSKH.M.I). I'hysioian arwUur-
goon. I'nictlcA limited to dUiuw
uervoua grKtem. nutnrrh :iininHin
nMhina and rupture or hernia. Otllce in
tvmiebloikroomulland 12. Ofllee hours
Tojn 9 to 12 a. m. and from 3 to 6 p. in.
WD. YVOU, Architect, riaas, Sped
, tlcatlons nnd buperlntendeuce l'T
nil clusKi'S of buildings.
laurciai si., up sunns.
OUlce MO Com-
EJ. McCAUKTLAND.Clvll Sanitary and
. Hdrnullc Knglneer. U. S. Ueput
mineral buryor City urveyors otllte
Cottle-rarkhurbt Block, falem, Oregon.
OA. ltOBKKT, Architect, room 424, Mnr
, qunm bnlldlug, t'ortland, Oregon,
HORYK A MIIJ.H, Proprietors the I'oit o
lain Bathnndhhnvlugl'arlors, Hse
tne only 1'orcelnin Bath Tubs In tbo city,
SOU Commercial street, balem, Oregon.
11'KAGUE A AIXEN. Blacksmiths nnd
ij horthoelng nnd repairing. Only the
best workmen employed. Oppobiio hU
est workmen enmloved.
II. SMITH A CO., Contractors, Bewei
A., lag, cement Sidewalks, Excavatli'c,
Ete: All work promptly done, Sn'em. Or.
.eave orders with Duiu Bros. 4:lS-lm
GABPrr-LAYING. I rnake a specialty ot
oat pet-tew ing and laying; crpei
lateen up and relaid with grent care. Houho
cleaning. tave orders with J. II. Limn.
or Buren a bon. J. Q. LUUltMAN.
TK. T. C. SMITH, Dentlst.W Stale street,
J rialem. Or. Finished dental opera'
lions of every desoripttou. Paiules opera
tions a kpeclatty,
MINTA B. A. DAVIS.
..-.iu iuii,i.,;p. ru. to a u. m.
y or niift mil nmrnniiv biij.i ,n
npeeial atu ntlon tn v en to dUeases of wow
en and children. Ofllce In .New Bank Oik
806 Commercial street. Bealdenee same.
H;i"XJLh:H8vil'NX, Episcopal Heo
JLJ tory; rornor Cbfiuekvkt and Chureh.
Office hours 1 to J n. m. wuu..
TOHN KNIGHT, UIackmith. llorw
t) fcluwlng and repalrlnij a specialty. Hbop
kt the fool of Liberty street, Balem, OrgriH.
P J. LAItSBN A CO,, Manufacture ofttlt
klcrtaof vehtcle8. ltepalrlng a Epeclal.
Shop 45 titate street.
I SNICEF. JKPFRFY8, M. n. Treat
tally nrBe hour. & u l mm t.. j St.
t.-ide block, Salem, Oresjoa.
S. UcNALXY.Anlilitet. Vaw .-
Hrey uuiu Mock PUas and spectfl cr
milK aMeeeRxat roll tat Martoo goot-lt,
J. tor tie Tr Utl, twta tm plaaMl T
my haji'ls m oittewloa. Tmxjyefs v
pMiMr buaturtntaMd pay their ta
as they will mxju tm deMnqaent and i
bdded. E. if. CKOISAN,
BherttfandTaxOnllector. Marlon cnoHyV
m.:L $MMk M jmL
l l-.-.- MtMM&ma&U,fluJ
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