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CAPITAL
JOURNAL,
VOL. 1.
SALEM, OR?, WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1SSS.
NO. 40.
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ritOFKSSIONAL CAKDS.
GEO. W. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAAV
and District Attorney. Ofllco nt court
noufee.
RAM8EY & BINGHAM, ATTORNEYS
and Counselors at Law. Business In
the Supreme Court a bpcclalty. balem, Or.
fTULMON FOHD, ATTORNEY AND
I Counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon.
Office, up stairs In Patton's block,
CiHAW& IjREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
O Law, Salem, Oregon. Ofllco In Patton's
block, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
) Law. Office over Capitol National
ink, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
JW. SPRIGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Salem, Oregon. Office In England's
sioek. Legal business of all kinds. Also
both life and flro Insurance.
WM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Salem, Oregon. Office with Tilmon
Fordi In Patton's building. Will practice
in all the, courts of Oregon. Collections
made. Land office business a specialty.
PhTd'arcyTattorney and COUN
. sclor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
an abstract of the records of Marion coun
ty including a lot and block index of Sa
lem, he has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
.NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
G
AI'ITAL LODGE, NO. 11, I. o. o.
moptseverv Saturdav ovenine. In their
hall, second door north of Post Oillce. G.
Jso. Knight, Sec H. S. Joky, W. C. T.
A.mi .rrrTTTTl
WOOD DEALER
offlco with Geo. W. Johnson,
i, ISto coin-
mercial street.
Sawed to nnv
All kinds of wood for sale.
Sawed to any length desired. Cash must
accompany all orders
For Sale-
A good iron frame Horse Power.
Good
for all usi
fni theln
I uses, from one to full capacity. All
forthelowpricoofStiO. call at the Pacific
Cider, Vinegar & Fruit Preserving Com
pany B oince. J3UIU1U, uu-guu.
BENSON'S EXPRESS.
LEAVE ORDERS AT LANCE'S LIV
cry Stable, corner of State and Front
streets, or on slato at corner State and Com
rncrcial streets. Prompt nttention and
care guaranteed.
W. A. BENSON.
SALEM BATHS.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com' St., bet. Ferry and State.
(NJIAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
5 Shampooing neatly done.
LADD & BUSH,
BAN KE R
S !
Salem, -
Oregon.
mRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
J. business in all its branches.
WEST BROTHERS'
MEAT MARKET,
300, Commercial St.,SjlleiD.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on hand, aud delivered to
any part of the city at lowest living rates.
Please give us your patronage.
city meaYmarket
D. Gj Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM,. OREGON.
3A11 kinds of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. Full weight and asquare
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
98 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hund the best quality of
Fresli and Salt Meats !
And all kinds of
S AU S .A. a E.
W-The CLEANEST kept market in the
city. Call and bee for yourself,
MoCROW & WILLAHD.
ik Ladders !
SfIn tr 7
O'Donuld's slion on Mich St..
between Court and State.
i, Holcin, and gey
one of J. M. Coulter's patent Improved
nnmven l
LADDERS
LIgktft Ladder nude tn Oregon.
H. W. COX,
Ha onstantly on hand a well selected
stock of
Boericke & Schreck's
atliic Preparations
A NEATLY PRINTED GUIDE TO DK
HAD UPON APPLICATION.
Homeop
Tne p. &s.. PREPARATIONS
Are th Purect 'owl Bet. II. V. COX
the only authorized agnt.
-pU fer the U. A H. Homeopathic Pre
mkB and aeetpi no other.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Grange store
Salem Co-Operativo Association
P. of H.
-DEALEHS IN-
Choice Groceries,
Provisions, Fruits,
and Vegetables,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DR. GILBERT,
THE EMJNENT
ll'ii'81' n"tnroPl0B.st, physician and
Bank Block, on May lt,t, for the treatment
or all diseases of women, and all other
chronic ernes, on strictly hyglenionnd uat
"i Principles. Medical baths, oxygen and
electro-magnetism used. Charges strictly
moderate. Address box 170, Salem, Oregon.
KSTAnUSHKIl HY NATIONAL. AUTHORITY,
LATEST DISPATCHES,
LinMniu?
Flashes
at
Large
or What (he
is Doiusr.
THE UKKAT STATESMAN DEAD.
Crockery, Glassware,
Butter, Eggs,
i f
and Lard.
ALL, KINDS OF
Produce Bong-hit!
JAMES A1TKEN, Manager.
126 State St.,
SALEM.OR.
NT. M. MEAD,
PRACTICAL CUTLER
OF
. . SALEM,
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, - -
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on the alley, opposite Minto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
F.J. BABCOCK,
Cabinet Maker!
- -' OREGON.'
- - - $75;oqo
- - - - 9,500
R. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President. '
J. H. ALBERT, .... cashier.
DIRECTORS)
W. T. Gray, w. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. s. Wallace.
I J. II. Albert,
, TjMcF. ration.
LOANS MADE
To fanners on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or in btoro,
either In private cmnurlcaor
'PUbllo warehouses.
Sfalc and County Warrants Bought at Par.
COMMERCIAL PAPER
Discounted at -reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Kan
ronciseo, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
hTw. cox,
(Successor to The Port Drug Co.) .
He Passes ,'Away Unconscious, Sur
rounded by Sorrowing Friends.
DEATH OF AN ENGLISH POET.
Matthew
Arnold Dies Snddenly
Heart Disease.
of
100
State Street, Salem, Oregon
FULL LINE
-AN I
UNDERTAKER.
FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET,
Salem, Oregon.
An kinds of Furnlturo made to order.
A full line of Caskets always on hand.
Established in 1870.
Djngs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
-ANI
Fruit Preserving Co.
OK
SALEM, -. - OREGON.
Manufacturers of
Cider Jelly, .Currant Jelly, Apple- and Pear
Butler, Sweet .and Champagne Cider, Cider
Syrup, for llinco Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior iua!ity, tomato tatsup, flam and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
SAUER KRAUT
A FEATURE OF 1888.
Toilet Articles,
Perfumeries,
Druggist Sundries.
Physicians Prescriptions and Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
FULL HAVANA FILLER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
ttS-The beht live cent eltjur lu the mar
ket. II. W. COX.
100 Stuto Street. Salem.
New York, April 17. At 5:30
o'clock, Dr. Barker, who l'liul just
left Conkling was seen. His'coun
(enanco at once betrayed he Svprst.
Ho said Conkling was fast failing,
and his lungs were fast tilling with
blood. His breathing was becoming
shorter and shorter, and he added
that there was general wasting
away of the vital powers. Dr. Bar
ker, when pressed for an expression
of opinion as to how long he thought
Conkling would live, declined to
make any positive statement in that
direction.
Dr. Anderson says Conkling will
probably die in two hours.
New York, April IS. Conkling
died at 1 0 a. in. At the bedside of
the dying man were Mrs. Conkling,
Judge Coxe, Dr. Anderson and Mrs.
Oakinan. Mr. Conkling passed
away without moving a limb. Ho
looked as though peacefully sleep
ing. Thero were n number of per
sons outside on the street, waiting
to catch the last report. Within
doors there were between forty and
fifty persons also waiting to hear
the worst. They wero composed
ehlelly of representatives or the
press aud friends of the dead sena
tor. Mr. Conkling died in the rear
chamber, on the second floor of the
residence. "It was a dreadful strug
gle that the patient fought against
death," said Judge Coxe, "but the
end was peaceful and unaccom
panied by pain. The interment
will be at Utica."
with
high
the
A. E. STRANG,
No. il Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
deam:u in-
For Sweet Cider, leave ordet at Fac
tory Ortlcc, drop a Poiital, or see driver of
our delivery waeon.
We keep 5-gallon kegs ank 2-galIon demi
lohns that are loaned to customers for a
term of six day. All orders promptly
nnea.
G. 8TOLTZ,
lliiHlness Manager.
STOCK FARM
FOR SALE or RENT !
530 ACRES
Well watered and plenty ot timber. Two
hitnsAH and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow and lf0 oeros plow land. Fifty
head of cattle with the place If wanted, and
horses enough to run it. Within Ave miles
of depot on thoO. fcCH. It. A bargain for
MMllCDOdy.
Enquire at Office of Capital Journal.
"Mb HiifElI,
Real Estate Agents
Huy and Mill farms and elty property.
A large numberofdeslruble farms and oity
property nowonanngon reasonaoie terms.
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Sleam Fitting.
Tinware nd Artistic Metal Work
a Specialty,
A Marvel In Destructive. Kuglues.
Philadelphia, April 17. Wm.
Cramp & Sons, ship and engine
builders, have nearly completed a
dynamite cruiser gunboat called the
Yorktown, designed for the United
States navy. It will bo launched on
Saturday, April 28, In the pie&enco
of Secretary Whitney. It carries
four pneumatic guns for the hurling
of dynamite projectiles, each with a
range of at least a mile. Tho guns
are of 15-inch calibre, and the shells,
which can bo 11 red with great
accuracy twice a minute, will con
tain 000 pounds of explosive gela
tine. It Is claimed that tho gun,
properly handled, will be the most
destructive agent of war yet invented.
S-Agent for the
HOYNTON COMPANY'S
luuusnea in ism.
RICHARDSON A
Furnace. Ks-
" Live anil Let Live Faint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
House, Sign
AND
General Painters.
A Ileer Itojcutt at Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, Ohio, April 17.
Conditions aro favorablo for a
general lockout of brewers. Moerlin
having refused to reinbtate a man at
the request of his fellow-workmen
they struck, and their action was
ratitled last night by tho brewers'
union, which declared au immedi
ate) boycott on Moerlin's Iwer. The
boH brewers, in anticipation of this,
decided to stand in case anyone was
boycotted. In obedience to a reso
lution, one of Moerlin's customers,
who this morning stopped taking
Moerlin's beer und tried to buy
elsewhere, was refused. Both sides
are committed to the contest.
London, April 17. Matthew
Arnold, tho noted poet, scholar,
critic and theologian, whose recent
article on "Civilization in the United
States" attracted marked attention.
.tiled suddenly yesterday in Liver
pool from heart disease.
lesicruay morning no was ap
parency well. lie attended the
Presbyterian church, and after
luncheon went out for a walk
Mrs. Arnold. Ho was still in
spirits. Soon after leaving
houso he fell forward and never
afterward spoke. His daughter ar
rived at Liverpool an hour after his
death. No inquest will be neces
sary. Immediately after Mr. Arnold fell
ho was carried into the house of a
doctor near by. He was breathing,
but unconscious. Tho physician
poured spirits down his throat, but
ho never rallied, and died within
four minutes after being taken in
doors. Tho doctors have given a
certificate that Mr. Arnold's death
was due to heart disease.
A Murderer's UneuHy Conscience.
Louisvillk, April 17. Augusto
Anderson committed suicide in a
hotel at Shelbyvllle, Ky.,yesterday,
after confessing to a triple murder.
He was a Norwegian stonecutter,
and had only been in Shelbyvllle
ten days, being engaged in dressing
stone for tho foundation ofa church.
A few minutes before committing
the deed he was in tho hotel otlice
talking with several parties. It was
observed that bomethinir unusual
had disturbed him. He could speak
English very imperfectly, but
enough was learned from his re
marks that ho was conscience-strick
en over a great crime ho had com
mitted, ho claiming to have murder
ed his wife and two children in Nor
way eight years ago. Since that
timo ho said he had not a moment's
peace. Ho then went up stairs to
his room, sat down on tho side of
his bed, placed tho muzzle of a re
volver to his head, pulled tho trig
ger and fell back on tho bed a
corpse.
Why Klie Committed Kult'Ide.
ALHUQumiQUK (N. M.), April 17
Victoria Lee, the youngest daughter
of John I). Lee, the Hanlto Chief.
who was executed for tho part ho
played in the Mountain Meadows
massacre, committed suicide in
Arizona a fow days ngo by taking
laudanum after returning homo
from a party at which she seemed
one of the gayest present. Nothing
was then known as to what caused
the girl to tako her own life, hut tho
following note, found written on a
slate, explains all:
"My heart is burled with Johnnie
Taylor and it will not be long before
1 lie by his side."
Johnnie Taylor was killed in a
saloon row at Winslow several
months ago and Victoria was in love
with him.
Wheat Adtuurv.
Ciuc.voo, April 17. Wheat sold
to-day seven cents higher than it did
a week ago. So strong was tho
feeling that the opening was exact
ly one cent above the clasing last
night.
The new York market opened ex
cited, and members of the exchange
exceeded the rules In their ellbrts to
huy.
Louisiana (iocs Democratic.
Nkw okijKANs, April 18, I a. m.
The indications are that Nicholis is
elected governor by a majority of
IM.OOO.
The young men's democratic asso
ciation claim the election of their
entire city ticket, over the straight
democratic ticket, by a large major
ity. The Klniu'rol- Noiil'lntf lilt Knri.
London, April 17. A dispatch
from Berlin to the Kxchaugo Tele
grapm Company says it U learned
from a direct source that tho physi
cians at their consultation to-day
agreed that the emperor's malady
was approaching tho last stage.
I.KTTKIt LIST.
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
Decorators.
Kire Insurance!
Write polleie of Insurance agaliut tire
on ail elawwM of property In eight reliable
and wealthy Companies.
Brokerage !
Will negotiate loans on rail e-tfate or per
nal htourity oa lone or nhBrt time, and
tonal keeurlty oa lone
for large or amall suran
All orders will reeoive nromnt attention.
Et I mates on all kinds of work In our line
cheerfully Elven. Satisfaction euaranU'ed.
Khop In Old Court Houm on Court Rtreet,
Haleiu. Or.
Kallroud Dlncrlmluutloii.
St. Paul, April 17. A Fargo
( Dak.) special says: Judge McCon
nell to-day rendered a decision in
tho celebrated case of J. W. Hawk
vs. tho Northurn Pacific Itallroad
Company, begun to compel the
defendants to furnish ears to tho
plaintiff. Tho decision was in favor
of the plaiutifl, who will now bring
I suit for damage in each cuso whore
he fulled to gut cars as demanded.
STRICKLER BROS.
-DF-AI.HJW IN-
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Roofing and Spouting a Specially.
JVAtHhe od stand ot Bn. 84 ran c, Corn,
merdal Hvec
Strike of Iturllnetou Switchmen.
Kansah City, April 17. All
Burlington switchmen in tho yards
here quit work at 7 o'clock this
evening, and the road is badly crip
pled in handling freight. Tho
calico of the strike Was the refusal of
the compaily to reinstate switch
men whom they had discharged for
waultlngii night yardimvttor.
I 'lie In Stanford Polo Alto KlahleH.
.San Fuancikco, April 17. Kire
was discovered about 10:,'t0 this eve
ning in the Palo Alto (.Senator Stan
ford, s) stables. Tho flro was discov
ered in a small shed by the watch
man, and it is supposed to have
foeon caused by an incendiary. The
following horses burned to death:
Clifton Belle, Itexford, Kiimm Rob
ertson, Lowell, Howard Maiden aud
Norlulne. Norlalue is not yet dead,
but it is impossible for hor to live
long. Hlio has the fastest trotting
record for yearlings in tho world.
Two other horses aro still alive Po
lo Alto and Mauzaulta. The Iowh Is
$200,000.
Deutli uy Jilectrklty.
Alhan'Y, April 17. Tho assembly
to-day passed a bill providing for
tho execution of the death penalty
by means of electricity. Tills Is thu
bfll recommended by (ho com
mission. It prohibits nowspaers
from publishing details of execu
tions. Tho vote was elirhty-sovon to
eight.
17lli fwa rt St.o4l.. l.lll .m....
maiicou protracted meetinif to-mor
row evenfnj' in tho Christian church
in Portland. Thoy will bo contin
ued for an Indefinite period. Alluru
invited to be crown t.
Following is the list of letters re
maining in tho postolllce, at Sulem,
Oregon, April 18, 1888. Parties call
ing for them will please say "ad
vertised:" All letters published as non-delivered
will be charged with one
cent In addition to the regular
postage.
Bcaty W T Benjamin M
Becson John Urown Fred 13
Catlin Miss Hello Crawser Mw L
Collins Geo W
Daly W 11
Karnes Levi
Ferguson John
Harriss & Co
Jonas Muster Hrueo -Krebs
Hobt
Lewis Ulen Lush George-
Martin Jake MilloiWm
Mlshloy Peder 1) Moisler Islo
Morely Mary
Peryon Avon
Kobertson HA Itowioy Herbert
Sfarn Andy () Snyder K S
Surry Frank Smith Tiny
Thornton Mrs M Todd G Vf
White Cnthalena Wilson Lydla
Whitney Mary V
Yeaton Al
W. H. Oiiijll, P. M.
llrace 1'p.
You are feeling depressed, your
appetlto is poor, you aro bothered
with headache, you aro lldgetty,
nervous, and generally out of sorts,
and want to braco up. llraco up,
but not with stimulants, spring
medicines, or bitters, which liavo
fur their basis very cheap, had whis
key, and which stimulate you for
au hour, aud then leave you In
worse condition than before. What
you want is analteiatlvo that will
purify your blood, start healthy
action of Liveraud Kidneys, restore
your vitality, and give renewed
health and strength. Such a medi
cine you will find in Electric Bit
ters, and only GO cents u bottle at
II. W. Cox's drug store.
Chicago Physician (to Mrs. Breezy)
I am sorry to hear that your
daughter Is not well, Mrs. Ilreczy.
Is It anything serious ?
Mrs. Breezy Oh, I fancy not, but
Clara Is such tin ethereal, delicate
organization that the least thing
upsets her.
Chicago Physician She didn't
say what she thought tho matter
was?
Mrs. Breezy No; shoshnply com
plained at breakfast morning that
she was feeling very rocky Now
York Sun.
Armtfd for Urrmy.
Henry Schuttlc was arrested at
Jefferson yesterday for tho larceny
of $..'10 cunts and a gold ring from
tho cabin ofa) party of woodcutters,
ami was taken to Albany last
evening by Sherlll Smith. Ho wan
brought before Justice Humphrey
and bound over lu $i.l0 bonds to
await tho action of tho grand Jury.
I'lf-U (iuil ferutlul.
For nice, fronh groceries, that can
bo relied on, wo would recommend
our rentiers to call on S. Farrar & Co,
These gentlemen spare no pains in
tholr titforts to supply their
customers with choice goods.
t'hll Kult.
An action to recovor money
brought by W. Q, Adams against
T. A. Molntlre, was trlud boforo
Judge O'DonuId and u Jury to-day.
At tho hour of going to pro tho
Jury is still out.
t . ikt u- i iff t'VftAlrf I .
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