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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1SSS.
-EO V. BELT, ATTOHNKY AT UWV
(j and District Attorney. Office nt court
RAMSEY ft BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
and Counselors nt Law. Business In
the Supreme Court a specialty. fenlem.Or.
3rtILM0N FORD. ATTORNEY AND
Counselor nt Law. Salem, Oregon.
nice, up stairs In Pattou's block.
HAW ft GKEGG, A'rryiwijsia at
, ijiw. Salem. Oregon. Office In Hilton's
hTnck. uri stairs over Bolt's drug store.
O T. niCHAHDSON, ATTOUNEY AT
S Law. Offico over Cupltol National
Bank, 249 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
.T sAlem. Oregon. Office In England's
hlock Legal business of all Kinds,
both life and fire Insurance.
VITM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W Salem, Oregon. Office with TUmon
Ford, In Patton'sWldlng. Will Practice
in all the courts or Oregon. Collections
made. Land office business a specialty.
PH. D'ARCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
selor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
nn nbstmct of the records of Marion caun
tv including a lot nod block Index of Sa
lem, he has special facilities for examining
title's to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com- St., bet. Ferry and State.
..iiivINn. HAIR CUTTINU AN1J
J5 Shampooing neatly done.
LADD & BUSH, , .
Salem, - Oregon.
business in an us oniuom.
Woven Wife Bed !
ON THIS COAST!
Is Manufactured by
GEO. M. OPARKER,
1S1 Finh Street, Portland. Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON,
, , , i i
Scientist, anthropology, physician and
surgeon, will open an office In the New
Bank Block, on May Kt.for the treatment
or all diseases of women, and all other
chronic cases, on strictly hjglenlcand nat
ural principles. Medical baths.ovygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 176,Salem,Oregou.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY,
The Capital National Bank
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite Mtntn's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
FAKRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
:00, Commercial St.,S4lein.
eTPAirs . OTHER MEATS
nnntnniiv m hand, anil delivered to
snypartof the city atlowtst living rates.
Please gle us your pationage.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
CTATE STREET, - fALEM, OREGON.
aa-All kinds.of fresh and cured meat
always on hand. Full weight and atquare
deal all around.
All kinds of Furniture made to oider.
A full line of Caskets always on hand.
ESTABLISHED IS 1671).
SALEM, - -Capital
Paid np, -
Surplus, - - -
- - $75,000
It. S. WALLACE, - - lVesldent,
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. H. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
W. T. Gray, y. Martin,
J. M. .Martin, R. s. Wallace,
, .1. H. Albert,
T. McF. P.itton.
To farmers on u heat and other market-
able produce, consigned or In store,
either in private granarlesor
prl ate granaries or
Stale sod Coauly Warrants Bought at Tar.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Koug and Calcutta.
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
The SALEM MARKET
m CODRT ttTREET.
Constantly on lmnd the best quality of
tell and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
S A TJ S A O E .
S-The CLEANEST kept market m the
civs- Call and see loooursclf.
McCBOW & WILLARD.
ddor 3elly, Currant Jelly, Apple aud Pear
Butter, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrnp for Mince )Ica(, Currant Wine of a
Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
H, W. COX,'
(Successor to The Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Satem, Oregon
Lisbtoine Flashes of What the
at Large is Doing.
TWO PEDDLEKS MUKDKKED.
Their Throats Cut While Asleep aud
Their Bodies Thrown to
Drags and Medicines
A FEATURE OF 1SS8.
-Go to J. O'Donald's shop on High nt..
between Court nnd State, Balem, and get
ODeof J. M. Coulter's potent Improved
Lightest Udder made In Oregon.
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
For -Sweet Older, leave orders at Fac
tory fHce, drop a Postal, or see driver of
our delivery wagon.
We been 5-callon kocs aim amnion demi
johns .that are loaned to customers for a
term 01 six aays. au oruera promnuy
FOR SALE or RENT!
CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions anil Family
Somerset (Ky.) April 12. John
and Henry Hill and Mary Smith
were arrested yesterday for the mur
der of two robbers who mysteriously
disappeared a few days ago. The
Smith woman tells the following
stery: "I was staying with Henry
Hill when two peddlers eamo to the
house and wanted to stay all night.
They were shown a room up stairs.
John Hill then came over and he
and Henry began to concoct a plan
to murder them. They told mo to
get a quilt and follow them. We
went up stairs and they compelled
nie to throw the quilt over the heads
of the sleeping men, then Henry
gave me u knife and told me to cut
their throats or they would kill me.
I did so and caught the blood in a
dish pan and threw It in the road.
The bodies were then thrown to the
hogs who devoured them. The men
had about $200 on their persons.
Tenement IIouhch tiirnt-il.
San Francisco, April 12.
Shortly after two o'clock this morn
ing a tire destroyed three tenements
on Jessie street between 3rd and 4th.
By strenuous exertions the Hames
were prevented from spreading to
large manufacturing establish
ments in the neighborhood. Mary
Mulligan, aged 70 one of the tenants
cannot le found aud it is feared she
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
Good Ticket and an Excellent
Platform of Priniples.
HERMANN Foil CnXHKKSS,
Renominated by Acclamation nnd Lord
First Choice for Supremo Judge.
Paul, April 12. The Can-
Well watered nnd plenty ot timber. Two
houses and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and 150 ncrcs plow laud. Kilty
head of cattle with the place If wanted, and
horses enough to run It. Within Ave miles
of depot on the O. &C. It. R. A bargain for
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
HAVING PURCHASED THE HLACK
smlth shop known as Kelly's Old
Hiand, I will hereafter bo prepared to do all
In the best style known to tho trade at
hort notice. The beit of workmen em
ployed, and all work guaraoteed to gte
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J, J. JARNIGAN,
t Kelly's Old Stand, KaJem, Or.
H. W. COX,
Ha constantly on hand a well treated
Boericke & Schreck's
Salem Co-Operative Association, P. of II.
All Kinds of Produce Bought.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
(FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
3-TJie be&t five cent cigar In the mai-
H. W. COX.
lftl htato .Street. Salem.
A. E. STRANG,
Mo. :) Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Sleam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
120, Htate htreet. Salem, Or.
for tho RICHAltmON A
COMPANY'S FurnncM. Us-
tabllshed In 1810.
" Live anil Let Live Paint Shop.
(i i (i
A NEATLY PRINTED UIMUK TO UK
HAD UPON APPLICATION.
Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS
, Are the Purest and IJarf. II. V. COX
" IreJ?n,y authorUd agnU
a-Oall for the a & a Homeopathic Pnv
PntloBi and aceejH ho other.
Real Estate Agents
lluy and Mdl ftirm and rity proim-.
a luAu niimliarnritaalniuleiarmKund lillv
pro6rty nowofflirlng on rflnHUl trnni.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
non river has overflowed its luinltH,
and nearly the whole distance be
tween Hed "Wing and Cannon Falls
the bottom lands to the width'of u
quarter of a mile on eaeli side are
covered with water four feet deep.
Tho whole distance is a raging tor
rent, filled with broken trees and
New York, April 12. The news
from ex-Senator Conkllng's sick
chamber this morning was of the
most cheering character, and there
was every reason to believe that tho
dread crisis had passed. Conkling
passed one of the best nights since
his illness began.
Th llruliwr Coming Home. tffV
London, April 12. John L.
Sullivan sailed from Liverpool to
day for home. A large crowd was
on the dock to see Sullivan oil", and
he was partially cheered. A number
of Sullivan's friends followed the
steamer for some distance out in u
murium to Jtoiiic.
El. PAfeO, April 12. The Mexican
Central train containing Mexican
pilirrims on their way to Koine,
arrived in this city yesterday, and
shortly after left for Detroit. There
were about SIX) pilgrims.
Suept ly the I'looiU.
Minneapolis Anril 12. A dis
patch from Jordan states that prop
erty valued at $80,000 was swept
away last evening by Hoods. The
damage to the Minneapolis and St.
Louis road will amount to $75,000.
Portland, April 11. The repub
lican state convention assembled in
the Masonic temple hr this city at
11 a. in., and was called to order by
Hon. Joseph Simon, chairman of
the state central committee.
The organization was perfected by
tho election of Geo. H. "Williams, or
Portland, as temporary chairman.
On assuming the position Mr. Wil
liams, in his usual eloquent style,
presented the position of the repub
lican party, showing a very hopeful
situation. He knew that Oregon
was a republican state, and was
fully persuaded that not a solitary
republican could bo induced to
desert his post, and help an admin
istration that was endangering the
best interests of tho country and tho
principles that they had so faithfully
battled for. While making no ob
jection to proper work on the tem
perance question, but believing in
its earnest prosecution, ho deprecat
ed the action ol'tho prohibition party
in their evident intention to bend
every etl'ort toward defeating the
republican party. He wa-. pleaded
to observe tho perfect harmony that
prevailed, and tho evident intention
of every republican of sticking by
and working for the nominees of the
On motion John H. Sluipe, of
Douglas county, was elected tem
porary secretary and O. P. Miller, of
Clackamas county, assistant secre
tary. On motion C. E. Moore, of JJen
ton, Geo. II. Jlurnett, of Marlon, S.
W. Ulaisdell, of Umatilla, J. J.
Spencer, of Yamhill, L. N. Jtoncy,
of Lane, were appointed acoinmittee
A. H. Tanner, of Multnomah, .1.
C. Fullerton, of Douglas, G. S.
"Washburne, of Lane, J. E. Uean, of
Umatilla, It. J. Hayes, of Tilla
mook, were appointed a committee
on order of business, and also by
further motion, permanent organi
zation. The committee on credentials re
ported, showing that 209 delegates
were entitled to seats in tho convention.
At the hour named at adjourn
ment the convention reassembled
and commenced work by adoption
of the report of the committee on
The committee on order of busi
ness reported as follews: First that
the temporary olllcers be made the
permanent olllcers of the conven
tion. Order of business:
1st. Appointment of committee
on plat form.
2nd. Adoption of platform.
:ird. Nomination of member 'f
Wallowa, F. D.McCully; Wasco, E.
N. Smith; Washington, I. II.
Tongue; Yamhill, A. L. Hurbank.
A motion was adopted to the ef
fect that all resolutions should be
refoned to the committee on plat
form. On motion tho convention ad
journed until 4 p. m. to give tho
committee time to report.
11 p. si. At tills evening's session
Hermann was nominated for con
gressman by acclamation amid
For supreme judge tho llrst ballot
stood, W. P. Lord, 104; Webster,
15; Whalley, 28; Lord being declared
C. W. Fulton, of Astoria, was
nominated as presidential elector on
tho tlrst iMillot.
The committee of platform aro
still at work on that document.
The district nominees were chosen
by the several districts which will
be ra titled by the convention to
night. For prosecuting attorney
of the third district H. H. Hewitt, of
Albany was nominated.
Hon. iluftiH Mallory, chairman of
tho committee on platform aud reso
lutions, then presented the report
of the committee and asked that tho
clerk be allowed to read it. Tho
platform was then read by Mr. J. IJ.
Eddy, who was frequently Inter
rupted by bursts of applause.
Thanks were voted to the olllcers
of the convention, and at 12:40 A. at.
tho convention adjourned; sine die.
TIIK XMVY0KK HOIIIHiKHS..
uve iiit'tl iJiulci'
and tlii llllicrs are
Niav Yohk, April II. Thomas
H. Kerr, ex-Secretary aud Treasurer
of the Broadway Billhead Company,
is next to lie tried in connection
with the franchise bribery of Jacob'
Sharp. Notice has been served on
Kerr's bondsmen to produce him in
court to-day for the purpose of set
ting the ease for trial. This will bo
of interest to James A. Bichmond,
who is indicted with Kerr. Both
are badly frightened, each striving
to secure the other's trial beforo his
own. Joseph M. Korshay and
Sharp have died under indictment
and Kerr, some months ago was
thrown from a carriage and was in
a critical condition, but is now said
to have recovered entirely. Kerr is
under $40,000 bonds, aud a good
many think that he will stand n
4th. Nomination of candidate for
WAbiiiNdTON, April 12th. The
deadlock In tho house of representa
tives, which has continued several
days, was broken this morning by a
motion to adjourn being carried by ) Clackamas, V. L. Kastham; Clatsop,
J. L. Halloran; Columbia, A. II.
iJilukely; Gilliam, L. I. (Joodlo;
5th. Nomination ol
for presidential electors,
0th. Nomination of candidates
for delegates to the national conven
tion. 7th. District nominations.
8th. Batlllcation of district nom
inations. Mh. Appointment of tho state
On motion the committee on
platform was nominated by each
county delegation as follews: Baker,
C. B. Fox; Benton, Coll VanClevo;
WASHINGTON, April 11. TllO
secretary of the treasury has replied
to the resolutions calling for in
formation as to alleged smuggling of
lead aud lead ores from Canada aud
Mexico into the United States, and
tho necessity of legislation to euro
the evil, The secretary states that
he has no information whatever on
that subject; that the frontiers are
protected by custom inspectors and
that no further legislation seems to
OIHUMZUION OF ),JI.
"Write POllClM. Ol IlMMMIM MHllUlt I
on nil taHM of property '" 'lt "ta
ana v,miny uHnpaww.
Will negotiate loan on wal ettete or p
comtl irlly oa kag or (hurt time, sBd
lor targe or hhuUI ram.
All order will retwlve tiromjn attention, i
Hliop In Out (Xwrt IlmtHi mi
Ifetlmaie on All kind ol wr
tliyaven. puaieiHHi kuth
In our line I
a vote of 148 to 187.
tiimiEhjrrK num. iixihia,
Tjiuiihday. April 12, 1888.
W F Wettthoford, Harry Harris,
K W Sixmuwr, Portland ; G L Or-
1 OUll, MUtJOSv; 11 It rtliuii, riiw-
I ton; F Koishner, August Wolfe, fee-
attic; C B Bamsby, tiilverton; F
Tollor, Butteville; 15 M Kastman,
Now Yerk: J u luuia, -u t jmuvk,
,, . ,ir ,.,..... ' Boston; Cha. Logan, K K LIbby,
STOVES AND TINWARE !i!'n!"i3."
Howard. Oregon tlt.v: A uom-
ItMfisg airJ Spwiiog a ially.
V-A tttlw old un3 ot Ben. Htront, Com-merctalmreet.
schmidt, Han Francisco; J I Kills,
Polk county; FA Jtankin. Kugeno
Ml Malxd Morgan, Woodburn.
(Irant, II. M. BiiMferd: Jackson,
W, 11. Lee; CtKts, J. M. Bttberts;
CrtK.k, C. M. Cartwiight; (-'urry,
W. P. Keaily; Douglas, I). S. K.
Bulck; JiM'phlno, IS. W. Morrison;
Klanmtli, W. C. Hale; Lake, L. ('.
Conn; Laiio, A. C.Junnlng; Linn,
N. B. Humphrey; Malhetfr, W. L.
Oeury; Marlon, M. Q. Jmuo', Mor
row, I). C. Klliot; Multnomah, 11.
Mallory? Polk, W. Trultt; Tilla
mook, . H. Hayos; Umatilla, Lee
Morehouse; Union, I. N, Saunders;
it. AT U)l.
Capital Jeuunal: On last
Saturday the republicans of Kola
permanently organized a young
men's republican league by the
election of Senator Allen as chair
man. Other necessary olllcers wero
elected and several committees ap
pointed to look after Interests of the
league. Thirty names were enrolled
as members of the league. Several
(arid' speeches were made; the ad
inlnistiatlon severely criticised for
failing to carry into elleet tho
pledges made by tho democracy four
years ago, and tho "Mills bill
characterized as all Instrument of
oppression, thrust by "the bolld
south" against the producer of the
northaHitretallatory measure; much
enthusiasm prevailed. Tliesucceiwof
the Uftiguo Is assured aud much good
work antlclimted. -The league meets
again Saturday, the 214 limt., at.'i
o'clock p. m. All persons believing
in tho fidelity of tho grand old re
publican jmrty, and the principle
uihhi which she ban wifely piloted
our national ship since tho day of
1801, are cordially Invited to attend.