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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER."
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1893.
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(Successor to B. ForBtner & Co.)
HE SELLS FOR CASHI
He Buys for Cash. -:- r He Saves You Cash.
PORTLAND HEIRESS CASE.
Invoking Properly Valued
IN WITNESS WHEREOF:
Men's Suits $5. Never sold for less that $7.50. Men's Suits Double breasted square
cut $9, worth $13.50. Youth's Good Suits $4.50, worth $6 everywhere. Youth's Fine Suits
$5, always sold for $7.50. Boys' Josies $1.50, cheap at $2.50. Boys' Kast Iron Suits (with
two pair pants) Never Rip, Only $5, absolutely worth $7.50.
The above goods are all clean stock, lust arrived, and are absolutely the
buys goods lower than any time storo can sell at and live. We Want CASH' Trade
cannot be met elsewhere.
best bargain ever given in Oregon
uniy, ana mate
J. W. THOMAS, flt fb? Old Fopsfner Store.
OWNED IN THE CITY OF PORTLAND.
Pugilist Charlie Mitchell's Back
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or stamps.) Regular daily subscribers, to take advantage of this offer,
must not be in arrears for subscription.
WILLIAMS & ENGLAND
CAPITAL STOCK, all Subscribed, $200,006
Transact a general banking business
In all Its branches.
GEO. WILLIAMS President
Wk. ENGLAND Vice President
HUGH MCNAKY Cashier.
Williams. Wm. V.ntr.
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land, Dr. J. A.
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cial street. R:l2-tf
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merchants to give our patent back books a trial. Yu will
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Book Binders, Lithographers, Printers and Publishers
Authorized Capital (500,000.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
W. A. CUBICK, Pres. W. W. MARTIN, Vice
Pres. J. H. ALBERT, Cashier.
State, County and City Warranto bought
at Par. dw
Money to Loan.
Loans will be made on Improved city or
farm property by the
LOMBARD LAVES TMEJNT CO.
For terms, etc., apply to
iniThT A ruvonu
Attorney at law, over Bush's Bank, Salem, Or.
Alton, 111., March 18. The suit
brought by Mary Tynan, Nee Murray,
for recording her adoption, was decided
in the Alton City court in her favor.
The case became famous. She has
been known as a "Portland Heiress."
Mary Murray was adopted in the year
1869 by Jacob Young and wife, who
then lived at North Alton. They
afterwards went West and died, leav
ing property valued at $550,000. This
suit was brought to establish her in
terest in tl property, and was fought
by the Oregon Railway and Navigation
company. Michael Seis and Henry
weiuuaru, oi I'ornanu are in posses-,
sion of ubout nine ncres'of land in the
city of Portland, Orison, valued at
150,000. "The case is to be appealed to
a higher court.
SQUIRE ABINGDON'S DEATH.
May Interfere with the Oorbett
Nkw York, March 18. It is learned
that Squire Abingdon's death is due to
pneumonia, superinduced by acold con
tracted the night of the Hull and Fitz
slmmons fight. It is believed by many
that his death may affect the Corbett
Mitchell fight. Executors of his estate
may insist on withdrawing the ten
thousand dollars stake money which
the Squire put- up for Mitchell. It is
not believed Mitchell could get any
body else to back him for that amount.
Mitchell, however, says the Squire's
death will not interfere.
EARTH BURNING UNDERNEATH
Tho Mining Village of Honoybrook
Honeyijrook, Pa., March 18. Fire
is still ragiug In the Honoybrook Mine.
Grave apprehensions are felt for sur
rounding mines, as tho fires nro liable
to eat Into their workings. Millions of
dollar of coal property are imperilled.
The village ot Honoybrook, Immediate'
ly over the mine, is menaced by a col
lapse of tho earth.
"Shan.'' Oonser's Father Doad.
Eugene, Or., March 18. Special.
Jacob Conser, formerly n prominent
citizen of Jefferson, died bore last night,
aged 75 years. Ho was the father of
Jefferson, March 18. Tthe re
mains of Jacob Conser will be sent
here for burial, the funeral to take
place at 1 p. m. Sunday,'
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S Gov't Report
FOREIGN NEWS FLASHES. ANN ARBOR BTRIKE GROWING.
Caught on a Shaft.
Oregon CiTY.March 18. This morn
Ing Louis Stapler got caught on a shaft
at the Crown paper mills, and had both
arms broken besides receiving internal
injuries which may prove fatul.
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved Real Estate. In amounts and
time to suit. No dolay in considering loans.
FEAR & HAMILTON,
Room 12, Bush Bank block. fi 12dw
What Oorbett Says.
' Indianapolis, March 18. James J.
Corbett said this afternoon regarding
the death of Abingden: "I don't
think his death will in any way affect
the arrangements between Mitchell
and myself. I am willing to fight
Mitchell without any side bet, merely
for the championship of the world."
KNOCKED OUT ONOE MORE.
Fire at McMinnville.
McMinnville Or. Murch 10. At
2:10yesterday morning fire destroyed
the frame resldenco occupied by Mr.
McCabe and family, situated about one
mile from tho center of the city. Ow
ing to the distance and lack of water in
that part of the town, tho houso was
entirely consumed. Loss nominal.
Orispi Got $50,000.
Paris, March 18. LeRappel, a radi
cal Journal, has created a sensation by
publishing the statement that Crispi, a
former prime minister of Italy,received
fifty thousand francs of the Panama
Squire Abingdon Dead.
New Orleans. March 18. George
A. Balrd, better known as "Squire Ab
ingdon," the friend and compauion of
the English pugilist, Charles Mitchell,
died here this morning.
Crime and Arson.
Rockford, Ills,, March 18. The re
sidence of Henry Boedeker, Freeport,
burned this morning. Tho bodies of
Boedeker and wife wero found burned
almost beyond recognition. It is be
lieved burglars killed tho couple and
fired the house to conceal the crime.
500,000 TREES 1
OSWEGO - NURSERIES.
FALL. 1892. SPRING, 1893.
We would call the attention of dealers, and large and small planters, to
our large and varied assortment of Fruit Trees and Small Fruits, Ornamentol,
Shade, Nut and Evergreen trees. Our trees are clean, smooth, and Bret-class in
eyery resrect. Send for catalogue and price list. Address,
Walling & Jarisch,
Mention this paper. Oswego, Oregon.
Proprietor of the
South Commercial St., Salem,
More Prize Fights in Buffalo A
Buffalo, March 18. The police
commissioners this morning decided
not to allow the Mitchell Corbett fight,
or any other flstlo encounters, to take
place In this city hereafter.
All binds Fresh, Halt and
The only genuine Wienerwurst
In the city.
J. F. WHITE.
White & Tanner's Livery.
(Successors UTEUIs t Whltlsy.)
Livery, hack and feed stable. A full supply of horses and bugeles on hand. Homes boarded
by day, week or month, OWce at stable. Commercial and Trade streets, south
ui n IllttUICllC UUICU
NOT IN IT!
The North Ralem Meat Market has not
Joined the combine, but sells first-class me.ts
from 6 to 10 cents per pound, as It always has.
Pitchford & Long,
at Hunt's old shop,
opposite w. L. Wade's
J. W. TflORNBORG,
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. Long Experience in the trade
enables me to turn out first-class work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to
Rive estimates. State Iusurauce block, Chemeketa street.
CJ. N. CHURCHILL. T, B. BURROUGHS.
OHUHCHHiL & BURROUGHS.
Tinners, Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters;
SHEET METAL WORKERS.
Agents for the celebrated economic force and lift pump.
100 Cbeceketa Street.
F. T. HART,
847 COMMERCIAL STREET,
Hay be as good as gold, but they have little
Influence. Every lady can be good looking.
It's her duty to be atti act 1 ve. Beauty attracts.
LOLA M0NTEZ CREME,
makes ladle beuull
fu). Prevents wrink
le, withering, dry
lng,airlnof the skin
keeping It In a
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sells all ol Mrs Net
tle Harrison's world
fumed toilet articles.
Her J1AIII VIOOU
cures all acalp hum
an, prevents hair falllag oat, keeping It fine
and glossy. Do you want luxuriant growth,
of hair? HerLtVBB IUoclatob cures torpid
liver, heaaxene, nervous aiseanea. ai icmaie
trouble, all aflectlons of the bladder and Sid
neys. Remember the place.
BKOOK4 LKOG, Iiruggist. I'atton
Block. 8liu, Oregon.
For aay speelal or oomplleated blemish of
tU face and fGra, wrtto to MtW. HkTIlK
MAJttUttON, M (Mary HC, Baa Francises.
ttafwf mm hair prU7 tfmuyU,
New York, March 18. Dr. HanB
Virchov ono of the best of Germany's
cholera experts, who comes as com
missioner of education in connection
with the world's fair for bis govern
ment, says he thinks there is fees dan
ger of cholera reaching America this
season than last, especially frota Ger
many. The authorities at Hamburg
are using every precaution to prevent
it breaking out again, Including a new
water supply, the source from which
vircuow reeis sure tue outbreak came
Portland. March 18 Mrs. Rhaw,
wife of Al Hhaw, who was murdered
uear Canyon City, has confessed that a
man named Gullln, who was employed
on the farm, killed her husband with a
hammer and then spread the news
that he was kicked to death by a
horse. Both Gallln and Mrs. Shaw
were arrested and placed in Jail, and
she made a confession to the district
A Bribe Offered.
Toi'eka, Murch 18. During the sen
ale investigation this morning, Into aU
leged boodle charges in connection
with the Kansas City police commis
sioners, Representative MoEleny testi
fied that Cyrus Leland o (lured him a
thousand dollars to vote for W. II.
Rossington for United States senator.
Franchise to Women.
Halifax, March 18. A bill baa
been introduced in the legislature to
extend the provincial franchise to wo
men. Er-Senator Dead.
bT. Louis, March 18. Another
prominent Mlesourlan Is dead. Ex
United Htattf Senator A,rmtrong djed
Caioaoo, March 18, (Special.) Tho
following statistics compiled from the
files of The United States Corporation
bureau,shows that during theyear 1802,
there wero incorporated in the state of
Oregon 200 new corporations, with a
total capitalization of 103,000,250 distri
buted as follews:
Mercantile and manufac
turing Cos., 107 S 8.700.850
Banks and Investment
Cos., 11 1,105,000
Gold, Silver aud other Min
ing and Smelting
Cos.. 13 10,470,000
Coal and Iron Cos., 2 125,000
Liignt, neat, rower ana
Building and Loan Asso
Irrigation Cos., 0
Miscellaneous Cos., 85
No Admission Charged.
Knoxville, TennMarch 18. Sher
iff Rutherford, of Anderson county
was killed in a freo fight at Cariyille,
last night. Three others were mortally
wounded. Rutherford had a man un
der arrest, whoso friends tried to rescue
blm aud the fight resulted.
NORTHERN DOMINION NEWS,
Sir Charles Tupper to ho Recalled as
Montreal, Quo.,March 18. Anoth
er railroad deal is on the tapis, A Bill
is before tho Dominion parliament
to Incorporate the Atlantlo t Pacific
Railroad Company, amalgamating the
Bale des Chaleures, Great Eastern,
Montreal & Sorel railway, Montreal
Bridge Company, Ottawa Valley Rail
road Company, Pontlao ic Pacific rail
way and Ontario & Paclflo Railway
Company Into one company with a
capital of 110,000,000. The bill also em
powers the company to construct a
railway from Gaspe to St. Mary's, Al
gotnii. Power is a'so desired to con
nect with a line of railway in Michigan
which gives color to the report that the
Bchemo Is backed by the Northern Pa
clflo and Is really destined to be a trans
continental lna with numerous rumlA
cations, The bill has. been reported in
committee and will paaa the bouae.
TUTT'BrJLLW wire vtillUand lever.
Australian Advices President of the
French Senate Doad,
TIIR PANAMA TRIAL.
Park, March 18. Barboux, counsel
for Charles de Lesseps, resumed the ar
gument for tho defence on the oponlng
of court. He maintained his clleut was
Ignorant of tho manner In which Bar
on Reinach had UBed the money paid
him by tho canal cempany: that the
evldeuce in the case proved the efforts
of Clemonceau, Floquet and Do Frey-
clnet to prevent a lawsuit from being
instituted by Reinach against tho com
pany werejiiade solely In the Interests
of tho government.
Dubult, counsel for Marlus Fontane,
ono of the indicted Panama directors,
received an ovation on account of his
spirited protest against Rlbot's impu
tation on the membeiB of the bar, in
his statement In the chamber of depu
ties. When Dubult arrived In tho rob-Ing-room
of tho assize court, before the
resumption of the trial, the members of
tho bar cheered and waved thelrofilclal
caps several minutes. Dubult was
warmly congratulated on his effort as a
successful refutation of Rlbot's charges.
Tho Incident which arose out of tlio re
port that counsel for Cottu intend to
make an open statement In court to the
effect that a certain foreign embassador
was among tho recipients of Panama
bribery money, has excited the keenest
indignation among the members of the
, AUSTRALIAN ADVICKS,
San Francisco, March 17. Austra
lian advices state that tlio estimate of
loss In Brisbane and its suburbs by the
recent floods Is 110,000,000. Tho loss
throughout the colony cannot bo com
At Port Darwin on February 10 eight
aborigines, all natives of PortEsslngton
were charged with murder of a crew or
Malays on tho coast In April last. A
vefdlct of guilty was returned against
all tho prisoners and death sentences
president ferry dead.
Paris. Match 18. M. Jules Ferry,
president of tho French senate, died
Mr. Ferry's death was caused by
Heart disease, due to the effect of a hul
let striking a rib near tho basooftbr
heart at tho time ho was attacked by
Aubertin in '87. He was seized with
spasms early yesterday morning, and
despite every effort made by his phy
sicians, who wero hastily summoned,
oonvulslous continued to grow In vio
lence until 0 o'clock in tho evening ho
expired In terribly sovere spasms. The
general feeling Is that although Ferry's
election to tho presidency of the senate
was contrary to the wishes of Carnot
and Ribot, his death is a scrbus loss to
the government. As yet the possible
successors to the presidency of tho sen
ate aro hardly mentioned.
Ottawa, March 18. It Is probable
that if the indignation In official circles
hero does riot subsldo Sir Charles Tun-
per will be recalled as high commis
sioner In London. Tho government Is
angry over his action In regard to the
French treaty, a draft of which is now
beforo the Canadian parllmuut, which
Sir Charles negotiated. Ho says ono
thing and tuo members of the govern
ment say another In respect to the
negotiations prior to tho signing of the
treaty. The matter was ventilated In
parliament last night, and tho records
wero produced. Mr. Foster, who-leads
the commons, adheres to what ho has
already said in regard to the negotia
tions, tho cabled Interview with the
high commissioner to tho contrary not
MURDER AT JUNEAU.
Port Townbknd, March 18, A spec.
lal from Juneau, Alasku, says Deputy
United States Marshal Jack Pulton
entered the store ofDutilel McGlnnls
and struck him on tho hed with a re
volver. While McGliinla was fulling
to the floor, Dal ton shot him three
times, Inflicting wouuds from which
McGlnnls soon expired, Dalton claims
that McGlunlH had made remarks de
rogatory to his (Daltou'tf) character.
Dalton la now In eustody. Publio
feeling strong against hies
Other Roads Becomintr Tnvnlwnd ami
Trouble Apprehended. I
Toledo, Maroh 18. Tho Lake Shore
road is becoming involved in the strike
on tho Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan road. Five of its employes
have already quit, and a general strike
is anticipated. The Wheeling and ,
Lake Erie company refused to handle
Ann Arbor perishable freight, and
trouble from that quarter is antici
pated. An Eastern Company.
Pottsvilli:, Pa., March 18. The
Reading Company is engaging machin
ists and engineers at different dispatch
ing points hereabouts, with orders to
hold themselves In readiness to be for
warded on short notlco to tho New
York & New Englaud road, where a
strllto of employes is in contemplation.
Troubio Is feared.
A SWREWD OPERATOR.
Sold tho Same Property to Many Dif
San Francisco, March 18. The
creditors of J. H. Turner, tho real estate
dealer, who came here from Woodstock,
Out., eight years ago, claim to have
been swindled by him out of oyer $400,
000, aud aro seeking to regain their
money. They allege that Turner con
ducted all his real estate transactions
through his typewriter, Miss Lizzie
O'Donnell, aud bis practlco was to sell
the same piece of land to several differ
ent parties. Two Fresno ranches were
each sold twice, and property in Santa
Cruz was disposed of four times in the
name manner. Turner also secured the
confidence of a number of money brok
ers here, and others whom he induced
to invest $100,000 In tho Owens Valley
Water Company a scheme to irrigate
lauds In Invo county.
They gave their notes in amounts
ranging from $10,000, to $25,000, with
the verbal understanding they wero
not to bo used until they could be paid
from the profits of tho scheme Tur
ner, however, negotiated the notes at
several banks, obtaining $52,000 on
them. He then dropped tho irrigation
scheme. The banks will brine suit to
collect tho notes, und makers of them
have nothing to show for their money.
Theso facts wero brought out by a suit
filed by Turner to dissolvo an attach
ment on some Fresno lands, Turner's
office is closed and it was stated that ho
was at homo In a dying condition.
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