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jwqr nrrr;"-- CAPITAL VOL. 1. SAIvENI, OR., FRIDAY, MARCH 9,1888. NO. 8. PKOFESSIONAI. CAUDS. NEW ADVEItTlSEMKNTS. NEW AUVERTISKMBNTSi rwyl' fflW'Jffp JOURNAL. nX. W. IJEIVT, ATTORNEY AT IiAW VX and District Attorney. OHlco at court hOtlBO. AMSEY A BINGHAM, A'lTOUNEYS JLv ontt counselors nt juiw. uusiness in tue Bupromo Court a specialty. Balcm, Or. FTUXMON FORD, ATTORNEY AND counselor ai iinw, oniem, urftuu. fUce, up stairs In Patton's block. -EO. II. BUHNETT, ATTORNEY AX i T uw. Hnlcm. ureeon. uuice over load & Bush's Bank. g HAW &. GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT i Law. Salem. Oreeon. Offlco In Fntton's ock, up stairs over Belt's drug store. t T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT . Law. Ofllco over Capitol National ank, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or. JW. 8P1UGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW . Salem, Oregon. Ofllco n England's I04OCK. XjCgai OUHIUUS" "1 ll K1UUO. iunu I both llfo and flro insurance. M. KAI8KR, ATTORNEY AT LAW," cinin.M HHumn tXen urlflt Tlltrirtn W: f Ford, in Patton's building. Will practice In all tho courts of Oregon. Collections ( made. Land ofllco business u specialty. H.D'AROY.AITORNEYANDCOUN selor at Law. Salem. Oreeon. Havlne I an abstract of tho records of Marion coun fty, Including a lot nnd block index of Sa f lorn, he has special facilities for examining MUcs to real estate. NRW ADVERTISEMENTS. SALEM BATHS H. DIAMOND, Proprietor. Com- St., bet. Ferry and State. s HAVING. HAIR, CUTTING AND1 R, CUTTING atly done. Shampoolng neatl LADD & BUSH, BANKERS! Salem, - Oregon. 1 OTRANSACTH A GENERAL BANKING JL DUS business In all lta branches. WEST BROTHERS' 1EAT MARKET, 300, Commercial St., Salem. nHOICE 8TEAIC8 & OTHER MEATS reuiHtantlv on hand, and delivered to ny part of tho city nt lowest living rates. j L ItXtBUglVU Uf, UUI iMllUIIHftU CITY MEAT MARKET D.- C. Howard, Proprietor. r STATE BTREET, - SALEM, OREGON. 43-AU kinds of fresh and cured meats always on hand. Full weight and a square deal all around. The SALEM MARKET 98 COURT BTREET. Constantly on band the best quality of ! Andall,klndsj3f , S AUS A. OK WThe CLEANEST ke.pt market in tho cKy. Call and seofor yourself. ,McCROW &,Wil4iARD. ... , : cjva I JB9-Qo to J, 'Donald'frfchop on iligh atf, between Conrt and 'State. Halpm. nnd trt. : ,. -. ".liTj; 'z. "aZli'tzzz rrr ; uun ui j. au vuuiwrH jjuveni. xznprovea LADDHRS. Ugatest Ladder made in Oregon. Kelly,s Old Stand I ! TTAVINO PURCHASED THK nijADK- . Btand, l will hereafter boprepared'toMb all ,. Buuiunuup noTO Rs iveiiyg oja iMmwpi t 11 Ip tho best style known, to tho trade at. short notioo. The best of workmen em ployed, and all work guaranteed to cive xatlsfectlon. Horseshoeing a Specialty! J. J. JARNIGAN, Kelly's OldBtUnd, Salem, Or. H. W. COX, Has constantly on hand u well gftleetwl y on hand u well s stock of Boericke & Sclireok's Hi I A NEATLY PRINTRH QTIlfiV. Tn lift ILAD UPO? JPON APTLiavTIoN. The B. & S. PREPARATIONS Are the "Pu A 8t ir. W. cox ui thVotelV nut S-Call Kor'Uia I Tl Ml 4 f AM f l M Jk . hlcPr. s jr- wn-WMi UUU (SRcp Homeopatb lcrrepara! CWftlPfAi tWWIWWMf, THE.-.BES.T Woven Wire Bed ! ON THIS COAST I Is Manufactured by GEO. M. PARKER, 133 Fifth Street, Portland, Or. For sale by A. T. YEXATON, SALEM, OREGON. . . y. ' m ' MISS JULIA L. CHAMBERLlfi, -TKACUBR OP- CMS. GALVERT HAS RECEIVED A FULL" STOCK OF At his Millinery Establishment, 274 Com mercial Street, Salem. STRICKLBR BRbS. -DKAI.EBS IN- STOVES AND TINWARE! Roofing andjSpoutiDfa Specialty. - k t .. V- . ii4-r .,. - ff-At the old stand of merclal Street. Sen. Strang, Com- ivr. m. mead, PRACTICAL?CUTLER Voice Culture, Piano & Harmony. Music Parlers: ""Sga!""1 Bank Block, SALEM, .... OREGON. BSTABttSHRD BY NATIOSAI. AUTHORITY. TlraitalMioplBanl in 'OF- SALEM, OREGON. Capital Paid up, - - - - $75,000 Surplus, --.-.- 9,500 It. S. WALLACE, 'JIL ALBERT, DIRECTORS! W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin, J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace, , J. H. Albert, T. McF. lV.tton. News from all Parts of the World. - - President. Vice-President. - ' r - Cashier. LOANS MAflDE .. To farmers on wheat and other tnarkct- o nroauco, consigned or in st cither In private granaries or ablo nroduco, consigned or in store. public warehouses. Filing Saws a Specialty. Shop on the alley, opposite Mlnto's Liv ory'Stable, Salem, Or. Jm rt T r mm i JL UllU. JUST RECEIVED, A NEW BTOClt " OF NEW STYLES IN N WALL PA.P4,ki A tfUMitarpcic OF Fancy Goods, Moldings, Brackets, Pictur'Frarnes,, Artists' (Materials,! Etc., ALWAYS ONHAWD 5 ' W. M. SARGEANT, , . 207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or. v - ftj.BABCOCK, Gabjnet Maker! llfM ' ' tj AND ' pDERTAKtR, FARRXR&l&lJOck STATE STREET, "Salem, regpn. &?A.Yi (kinds bt Furoit'urb'made to order. A fuiyjne'bf caskets alwayj on hand. State and County Warrants Bought at Par. l COMMERCIAL PAPER , Discounted .at rcionable rales. Drafts drawn direct On Now York, Chicago, San Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin, jxuug iiuug uuu uiuuiia. ; ."" w'. cox, f (Sucfcessortp Tiio Port Drg Co. 1pOSMe4eet, Salem, Oregon, lk FXJB Iv LINE ' OF- Drains and Medicines CHEMICALS PATENT MEDiCINES '.arr Toilet jArti&ies, fflS J. J. JENNINGS, D. OS. OiBNTI'ST. Teeth Eitmcted Without Pain by a New Process mEETH FIIJ.ED WITH THE LATEST 4- Improved fillings. Plates made on ?r.S?tlce' nd , at reasonable terms. Gold fillings a specialty. . 'SX&,?Mda'':wor.ku ty Cental lino, OaioeHn Beoyman,'s block, ofer J. MJHoscn bergtOos. ' i ; t ; Established in 1879. PACIFIG CIDER,. VINEGAR AND Fruit Preserving Co. ovJ2 H - SALEM, - - OREGON. Manufacturers of Cider Jelly, Currant elly, Apple antliPjar Butter, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider Syrup for. Mince Meat 'Currant Wine-oT a Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and German Pickles. PURE CIDER VINEAR. Perfameries, Druggist Sundries. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes aiSpecially. -. AGENCY FOR THE CELEHKATEI) FULL HAVANA KILLEU Red Letter 5c. Cigar. 43-Thc best flvo cent cigar In tho mar ket. II. W. OOX, 100 JJtate Street, alem, Steiner& Blosser -DKALKKS iVf- STOVES, RANGES, i Tin, ain)Ii Copper Wafe; HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS. EMPO10R WILLIAM SURELY DEAD. The Dispatches Yesterday were Premature, but he Paijsd Away this Morning at 8:30. f BEKLtk, Mar. 0, The Emperor of Germany died at 8:30 o'clock this morningj The Emperor's remains are dis closed to view, covered with a white cloth, on the bedstead upon which Up died, in the Imperial chamber.l The body is surrounded by candles. Tho expression on his face is extremely peaceful and placid. The members of the Royal family left the palace at ten o'clock. Divine service will bo held in tho mortuany chamber to-night. At the ppening of the lower house of the Prussian Diet to-day, Herr von Puttskamer, vice president of tho Prussian ministerial council, an nounced the Emperor's death. The lit. Bev.iKeeiller, president of the hdiise, closed the sitting with the werds: "god protect tho regal house 6nll'6ur Fatherland," THE BOUItSK CLOSED. Berlin, March 0. The Bourse is closed on account of the death of the Emperor. When the Reichstag met to-day, Bismarck, with deep emo6irrinformed',th"o' members" tho death of the Emperor. He also announced that tho new King would assume the title of Frederick the Third. MOUItNINO IN ENOLANU. London, March 9.Flags are now at half mast generally through out England on account of the death of Emperor William. Balls which were to bo given at Dublin castle to night and on St Patrick's day, have been postponed. The Queen has sent telegrams of condolence to Berlin and to Ban Reino. WELL NOT'OHANQE THE POLITICAL SITUATION. London, Eno., March 9. Tho goneral impression is that the death of the German Emperor will have no effect upon the affaire of Europe. The situation wili remain unchanged while Bismarck lives. SulUvan nnd lUltcholl In France. Ameins, March 0. Both SulUvan and Mitchell arrived here this morn ing. Sullivan tdok private lodgings and is keeping himself from public gaze. Mitchell suffered fearfully from his trip across the channel, and is in no condition for the encounter to-day. The seebnds arc apparently making every preparation for tho light, uut the police are watching tho movements of all concerned and the possibility of a fight is somewhat dubious. A Seducer Shot nnd Killed. FncSNo, Call, March' 9. Will Williams, and u party of miners arrived in this city from Hildrcth last night, and Williams gave him self up to the sheriff, having shot and Instantly killed an Englishman named Harry Daniels in a saloon at Hildreth on Wednesday night, Daniels, two years ago, under promise of marriage, betrayed a sister of Williams and fled the town. An Old Voluptuary Kill JUh Victim. Denny Port, Mass., Mar. 8. Phillip Costello, a fish dealer aged 42 years, yesterday shot and killed Miss Minnie Chapman, aged 15 years, the daughter of a largo capitalist, and then shot and fatally wounded himself. Costello was In fatuated with the oung girl and killed her as she was returning from school because she refused to receive his attentions. Tho prince Fussed u Good Night. San Reno, March 9. Tho new mPaWyelerickWil- liam, passed a fairly good night. He has now decided he shall leave im mediately for Berlin. 130,8tate Street, SALEM, - - 0R60jN.': ,. APnt8 Pr tho Boyntpn nSruniuee. gPSclalt niuUo of rooflng &m B'pout SuUufuctlon guaranteed. A tipoutlng. A FEATURE OF !. A. EX STRANG, NoiBf Commercial Street, SALEM, - - .OREGON. -DKALK1I IN- STOYESandRANGES Flushing, 'Gas md Steal filling JfiJ-HO-r HU'tMt rHHiU llMLlA (UribM u 11. toT Offlee, drop a fortal, or e driver of W MX day. All order promptly tioMntea MaMgtr. nmirb ah'd Aftfstlc KbtilWotk a Spe'alty U-Amtit fnr tho rANy RIOIIARDHON A 'ft Kurasee. Bs- TIiob, J. Potter Dead. Washington, March 0. T. J. Potter, vice president of tho Union Pacific railroad, died this morning. Mr. Potter was a remarkable man; a complete Illustration of what energy, faithfulness and Judgment can ac complish lb America in a short life time. He .was about .10 years old and had risen from tho ranks of the workingnufn ta bo a great power in the railroad circles of tho nation. Twenty-fiYO years ago he was station gnt at x Brnall own in Iowa, frojn which position he gradually roso to that of division superintendent of tho B. & M. di vision of tjie C. B. & Q., and thence to the general management of that great sj'stem, from which place ho stepped into that of tho vice presi dency of tho U. P. which he held when ho died. But tho great labors which ho forced upon himself wore too much for even his robust con stitution iuid lie had to succumb. "isr rrTT CrowiiTrlnco'aoliiB to ilrli. 8anRh,P, .March jwrbe Crown Prince ftgtwstlflrtg for Berlin to-mor-1 row moMriwJU bo oGOonrpanlexl by'ftll hU tlfejjtortf, k thy fttor he may have a 're'lajiae during the Journey. Tho Fight Postponed . London, March 9. The Sullivan Mitchell prize fight has been post poned. It will probably take place next Monday. It Is stated that Sul livan was on the ground this morn ing ready to go ahead with the fight, bnt Mitchell was not on time- The same information says that Mitch ell's non-appearance is due to tho fact that he was not in condition to fight. UAILKOAP .NOTES. The president of tho Manitoba railroad has issued u circular saying that with tho completion of their lines in southorn Minnesota and Da kota they will bo in shape not to need any more extensions for somo time to come. This causes Portland and Seattle to think they will bo compelled to build their own roads If they wish easterm connections. Cleveland Sends in a Message on the Chinese Treaty. SENATOR STEWART'S SILVER BILL. He Wants More Money In Circulation for the Better Encouragement of Trade. Contractor Hunt, of the Oregon & Washington Territory railroad, told ta News reporter in Portland yesterday that that line would be extended to" Centervllle this Season, but would not be built Into Pendle ton unless that city raises a bonus of $30,000 anil gives a depot ground 2,000 feet long by 300 feet wide. The N. Y. Tribune thinks tho Joint lease of tho O. It. & N. by tho Union & Northern cannot bo prevented or hindered by tho violent opposition it has aroused In Portland. The projectors of tho Ilwaco rail road are going right ahead, and will have a mooting on tho 2,'td Inst, to further theboglnnlng of work there on. llullJIni; Lot for Sale! I Willis & Chaniborlin htivu n few desirablo building lot In East Salem for sale on reanuablo terms. Partlra doslring eligible building Bites would do well touxaminothem, tu only a few Buch lot's tiro to bo had In the city llniite. AIko, 1 lta in North Salem at special b:ir,;alus. TbelIte, Headquarters for fresh oyntrn elegant 'meals, soda wator, bread, cakes, plee, fresh eandieo, A. Stinajf I&Oo'h., B71 Commercial atrcet. Washington, March 8. Senator Stewart delivered a speech in the Senate this afternoon on his coin certificate bill. His speech, which was of great length, gave interesting history of money and the effect which contraction and expansion have had respectively upon the principal nations of the world. He claimed that contraction alwaytt caused hard times and plenty of money produced prosperity. He strongly urged jan increase of the circulatlng medium, based, upon silver. Grovcr's Mcssnge on the Treaty. Washington, March 8. The president's message to tho senate-to-day regarding the Chinese re striction bill concludes as follews: "Negotiations with tho emperor of China for a treaty such as was mentioned in your resolution were commenced many months ago and have been since continued. The progress of the negotiations no In augurated has heretofore been freely communicated to such membc,rsof tho senate and Its committee on foreign relations as sought infor mation concerning the same. It is, however, with much gratification that I deem myself justified In ex pressing to the senate In response to Irresolution tho hope and expec tation that a trt'aty will so6nle con cluded concerning tho immigration ofChincso laborers that will meet tho wants of our people and tho approbation of tho body to which it will bo submitted for confirmation." Glovolnnd'H Army KuuineraU'd. Washington, March 8. Reports submitted to-day by Senator Coek rell from the special committee, which has been studying tlu methods of transacting govern ment business In the executive de partment, is a volume of 208 printed pages in addition to a voluminous appendlcc. The committee devoted a year to tho work. Tho report at tho outset classifies tho forces em ployed by tho government, includ ing oillcors ami men of the army and navy, and finds a grand total of 171,740 Individuals. A Nuniurouft I'utltlon. Washington, March 8. Senator Ingalls presented in tho sonate a re markably petition. It is signed by 105,000 citizens of the thirteen original states of the Union, protest ing against tho admission of Utah to tho Union. Tho petition is ubout the size of a nail keg. Ladies were mainly Instrumental In securing the signatures. Don't Let Her SUdu. Ukdding, March 8. Tho overland passenger ran Into a rock slide this this morning near Moreloy, 27 miles above' Redding. The engine, bag gage and mail car were thrown off the track. There was no injury to any person, but It caused several hours delay. And Still Tlmy StrllMt. Chicago, March 8. Tho engineers on tho Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern, at Cedar Itapids, Iowa, and engineers on tho .Manitoba railroad at Minneapolis, refused to handle tho ('. 11. & (J. earn to-dfty, Ooiitlut; to Invi'Ktlniiti'. San I'uanoikco, March 8. It 1 reported that aspealal treasury agent Is on his way to this city to investi gate tho operation of the alleged opium ring. l Paul Thu largest stock ami luti-nt style of kid gloves all jrrodjmit Luiiha Brown's. A full stook of staples al ways on hand. Remember tho iplawn 8lW Statu and Commercial strcots. Fresh angol, wluo, pound, ioiige. citron, tnslu, Jelly roll, fruit, and coffee cake, and ginger bread always on hand at A. Strong & Co's.