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JOURNAL. SALEM, OR., TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1SS8. MO. 29. HEKsi4ut9R9ii3iiiK9HfiiL 1 vol. i. i I - ritOFCB""1' CARDS. W .. ,.,-v attotiNKY AT LAW (noVrlct Attorney. Otllce at court ,-,. t nlNGUAM, ATTORNEYS RAMfun "low at Law. Business In te6S?mc Conrta hpeclalty. 8ttlem,0r. v.rtnce. oni fece, up suum ... - - . iimvinVPVH AT CUA Malcn o"Son. Olllco In Fatton's b .I2Sjg?MwSolt' drug store. DKKi " ..riTAltnSON. ATTOHNMY AT Sh , ntnee over Capitol National &$ Commercial Street, Halem.Or. T lS.m Oraon Otllco In Knp & buIucsB of all kind,. fcWtwivSrt fire insurance. i!i.' nrnnn. Otllco in Upland's Also SS Titfc Tandflre Insurance, .. ...mrn ATTORNEY AT LAW, w, FfelS of Oregon ejections " S fm! office business a specialty. ms i ,V"t.. v nrY ATTOUNEY AND COUN H.p'ARC, Aiiuivi. Having X.J.ei?i," rf the records or Marlon coun ''?S W tS block index of 8a BsKe luaedal facilities for examining tiaes iu ' " SALEM BATHS. H, DIAMONB, Proprietor. rm- St.. bet. Ferry und State. in rUTTTING AND SBStompoome neatly done. LADD & BUSH, BAN KERS ! Salem, - Oregon. moi'SAfT A GENERAL Jiivrdvixiu J. business In all Its branches. WEST BROTHERS' MEAT MARKET, 300, Commercial St., Saltra. CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS (rconsumtly on hand, and de lvcred to sVymrtof tho city at lowest living rates. XiCHM -b',x- 7 -"'- CITY MEAT MARKET D. CrHoward, Proprietor.' " STATE STREET, - SALEM, OlUSUOa. a-All kinds of fresh and cured meats always on iiand. Full weight and apquare deal all around. The SALEM MARKET 93 COUUT STREET. Constantly on hand the host quality of H and Salt Meats ! And all kinds of SAUS AGE. S-The CLEANEST kept market in the ny. urn ana see ror yoursoii. McCROW i WILLARD, 3-H to J. O'Donald's shop on High St., between Court nnd State, Kiilem, and get one of J. M. Coulter's patent improved LADDERS. Lightest ladder mule In Oregon. Kelly's Old Stand ! ! H AVING PURCHASED THE BLACK- gland, I w 111 hereafter bo prepared to -do all kinds of b pifcpairig In the best stvle known to the trade at rt notice. The best of workmen em Ployed, and all work guaranteed to glv MUfoctlon. Horseshoeing a Specialty! J. J. JARNIGAN, Kelly's Old Stand, Salem, Or. H. W. COX, Wn constantly on hand a well selected stock of Boericke & Schreck's ICO en a A NEATLY PRINTED GUIDE TO UK HAD UPON APPLICATION. EV DVEKTISEMENTS. 1 1 Yl J JdllllUllCllttuul Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS Are u,e purest nnd jt. h. W. COX i5?S!7uthorlied agent. ,, TW ?fcn tor the B. A B7lIompttthlc P" rUoo nd eteept no other. ADVERTISEMENTS. THE.'.BEST Woven Wire Bed ! ON THIS COAST! Is Manufactured by GEO. M. PAEKER, 133 Fifth Street, Portland. Or. For sale by A. T. YEATON, s SALEM, OREGON. STRICKLER BROS. -DEALERS IK- STOVES AND TINWARE I Roofing and Spooling a Specially. 3-At"theold stand of Ben. Strang, Com mercial Street. M. jVI. MEAD, PRACTICAL CUTLER filing Saws a Specialty. Shop on the alley, opposite Mlnto's Liv ery Stable, Salem, Or. l JUST RECEIVED, A NEW STOCK OF NEW STYLES IN WALL PAPER 1 A VUX.I. STOCK OK Fancy Goods, Moldings, Brackets, Picture Frames, Artists' Materials, Etc., ALWAYS ON HAND. W. M. SARGEANT, 207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or. J.BABCOCK, Cabinet IVIaker! an: UNDERTAKER. FARRA1VH BLOCK, STATE STREET, Salem, Oregon. AJl kinds of Furnituio made to order. AXull lino of Caskets always on hand. j. J. JENNINGS, D. DS. i -thh-.-mttt test Extracted Without Pain by a New Proress mEETH FILLED WITH THE LATEST I unprovcu ninngs. i-mies iiiuuu uu short notice, and at reasonable terms. Galfi Ullings n specialty. 2-Any and all work In the Dental line Offioe In Breyman's block over J. M- Rosen berg &. Co's. Established in 1870. PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR AND Fruit Preserving Co. SALEM, - - OREGON. Manufacturers of Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear Butler, Sweet and Champagne Cider, Cider Syrup for Mince ileat, Currant nine of a Superior Quality, Tomato Catsup, Plain and PURE CIDER VINEGAR. SAUER KRAUT A FEATURE OF 1888. For Sweet Cider, leave ordors at Fac tory Olllco. drop a Postal, or wo driver of our neiivury wuKuu. l',. I,,w,r. ILmillnn kKTH lillK 2-CHllail (IOIIll- lohns that nro loaned to c-iiniomera for a "" G. 8TOLT, BuhIhom Manager. Oregon Peach Bitters About eighteen rs ago I received a hurt in my bank from n pile of lumber fulling on me, and ever since had been troubled with weak kidneys more or less; and the last year very much. Through the reoommendaUon of Henry Kcene, I bought a bottle of II. KUut's Oregon Peaon Bitten and before I had taken half the bottle I found a great relief from It. I believe It to be a splendid remedy for the kidneys, and bearUly recommend it for the tame, J. H. PUHlKit. Aunuvllle, January 12, ltstf. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DR. GILBERT, THE EMINENT Scientist, anthropologist, physician and surgeou, will open an office In the New Bank Block, on May 1st, for tho treatment or all diseases of women, anil all other chronic cases, on strictly hygienic and nat ural principles. Med leal bat lis, oxvgen and clcctro-magnctlsm us-cd. Charges strictly moderate. Adilressbox 17tt, Salem, Oregon. New Jriide Store IN SALEM. Having rented tho store room formerly cupled by Forstner & Tiffany, on the Drill side of State street. I nin nrpnnreil tr occu nort pay the highest market price, fn cash, for hides, furs and sheep pelts, and to thoso having them for sale, I ask to call and see me, as I will give good prices and a fair deal to all. B. McARTHUR. ESTAllLISHKn BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY. 1( AlJlltl mi ua -UK- SALEM, Capital Paid up, Surplus, - - - OREGON. - - - 75,000 - - - 9,500 It. S. WALLACE, - - President. , Vice-rresident. .1. II. ALBERT, ... - Cashier. DIRECTORS: , W. W. Martin, R, S. Wallace. J. II. Albert, T. McF. l'atton. W. T. Gray, J. M. Martin, LOANS MADE To farmers on wheat and other market able produce, consigned or In store, cither in private granaries or ipublle warehouses. Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par. COMMERCIAL PAPER Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin, Hong Kong and Calcutta. PI. w. cox, (Successor to Tho Port Drug Co.) 100 StatG Street, Salem, Oregon. FULL LINE Drugs (I CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES Toilet Articles, Perfumeries, Druggist Sundries. Physicians Prescriplions and Family Recipes a Specialty. AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATEDI FULL HAVANA FILLER Red Letter 5c. Cigar. 5-The best five cent cigar In tho mar ket. II. w. COX, 100 State Street. Salem. II. K. Duliois. Joe Dubois Dubois brothers, Proprietors 1. KRE12 BUS. Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers. Fro'm Jl to SI per day. 8ALKM. - - OREGON. A. E. STRANG, No. IWl Commercial Streot, SAIiEM, OREGON. -dhai.hu in- STOVES and RANGES Gas and Steam Fitting. Tinware and Artistic Metal Work a Specialty. mrm A ..nt fnr the RICHARDSON A BOYNTON OOMPANVB Furnaces, Et ThcCapital National Bank onl llnmninnn lill liluUivllllj Ghemekete Hote Ql'AKKYMKNS KIOT QUELLED. Crowd of Italian Strikers Intimi dated by a Bold Stand. Younostown (Ohio), April 3. Nearly GOO employes at the Curbon quarries of the Limestone Co., of which John A. Logan, Jr., is gener al manager and part owner, went on a strike yesterday because of a reduc tion in wages. At one of the quarries about 50 men went to work. The strikers attempted to drive them out, but the sheriH'of the county and his son, who had been telegraphed for, had arrived on the scene, and they together with young Logan planted themselves in the path of the strikers. The mob were told to disperse and they stopped in stantly and then rushed for the wood. Logan and the two olllcers remained in their position and opened fire point blank. An Italian named Nozero tumbled over on the ground with a bullet in his knee. This stampeded the mob, which became thoroughly frighten ed, and fled. Ten of the leaders were captured and locked up. All 1b quiet in the quarries to-day, TELEGRAPHIC SPLINTS. Emperor Frederic rested poorly last night, his cough being worse than usual. Smallpox is raging terribly in the small town of Bao-oachi, Sonora, and a complete quarantine is established. A city ticket composed of women for mayor and council was elected in Oskaloosa, Kan., yesterday by GO majority. In Los Angeles the jury was com pleted this morning, in tho case of Hattio Wolstcin, charged with the murder of Dr. Harlin, the dentist, and the trial commenced. The report of tho local signal otllco gives the rainfall for the last month as slightly in excess of the average rainfall for March in California and Washington territory, but less than average in Oregon. Jack Massey, conductor on the southbound Los Angeles express, was shot In the groin by a pesscnger near Conden last evening. Tho wound is not necessarily fatal. The man doing tho shooting was arrest ed. .Representative ThomaSjOf Illinois, is dying by inches at his residence in Washington of cancer of the throat. There is no hope of his re covery, and his doctors say it is only a question of time when tho end will come. In u runaway accident in San Diego yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Littlcfield, wife of Dr. Ilvah Littio fleld of Boston, sustained h fracture of the skull, and recovery is doubtful, Mrs. F. W. Bradley was knocked down by the horse and seriously in jured. An Absolnte Tare. The ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINTMENT Ls only put up in largo two-ounco im boxes, and is an absolute cure for old sores, burns, wounds, chapped hands, and all skin eruptions. Will positively cure all kinds of piles. Ask for tho ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT MENT. Sold by I). W. Matthews & Co., 100 State street, Salem, at 2r cents icr box by mull SO cents. Now ls the Time Now that the political campaign is approaching it Is seasonable time to subscrllxj for tho Capita; Journal. It will contain full reports of all political conventions, Iff-- ... 1 ..fHnIt...in dftarifldft SW Ifl 1 ineetlllgH UWl uieuuuun, uuuu wtumi discussion of tho questions at Issue, and will be delivered unywhore in tho city for 16 cents per week, or will lo sent by mail for $5 por year. Leave orders at this olllce or with the route agent. Halt to Ketorcr Money. A. N. Gilbert Is suing George Cline and Minnie Cline to rccovor $170, leea certain payments in the county court to-day. George II. Burnett appoaro for tho plaintiff and J. V. SpriggH for the defendant. PRISON CHAPLAINS. En. Capital Jeurnal: In your mention of my name in yester day's iS'Hie of your paper, yoti say I served as chaplain of Michigan state prison four years. You should have said six years, as I was chaplain there from September, lSoo, to September, 1&"S, when I resigned and took my place in tho regular pastorate, and in October, 1809, I was reappointed and served until October, 1S72, when I resigned and went into tho regular pastorate again; in which work I have con tinued until last September, when I asked for a superannuated relation, that I might spend a year with my friends in Oregon and Washington Territory. The superintendent of your prison invited me to preach to the convicts last Sabbath and I accepted the invitation, and enjoyed the service very much, and hope some good may result from the ellbrt. I am surprised to learn that your state makes no provision for the appointment and support of a chaplain tothisprison. In Michigan we should as soon undertake to run a prison without a warden, as with out a chaplain. With us tho chaplains duties and responsibilities are clearly defined by the statute, and he is recognized as an olllcer of tho prison, us really as any other oilleiul. My successor at our prison, a Baptist minister, appointed on my recommendation, is now in his 10th year's servicev giving such entire satisfaction that no change of administration has jostled him, and they have grown to feel that they cannot afl'ord to spare him. Your prison needs that kind of man as chaplain and you would soon come to feel that such an olllco pays. Then us your asylum is situated, the same man could serve thoso un fortunate creatures also; acting us chaplain of both institutions, which would furnish him with plenty of work, and I do hope at your next legislative session sonio man of in fluence will take hold of this matter, and secure an amendment to your statute, that will make provision for such an ofllcc, and that soma man of tho right stamp may be found in some of theso christian bodies to All that olllce nobly. Mr. Editor, I desire to express my hearty endorsement of your criticism on Mr. Mills' representa tion of Kansas prohibition. That gentleman knows, if ho is capable of representing matters pertaining to prohibition in Kansas, that ho grossly misrepresents tho matter and does it for tho purposo of in juring tho republican party, which Is unjust and nicked in the extreme, The fact are, as demonstrated by Hgures, "which do not Ho;" the prohibitory liquor law Is as rigidly enforced in Kansas, as any prohibi tory law upon tho statute, and Mr. Mills must know it, and if ho docs not he ought to hold Ids peace. It. C. Crawford. Wonderful Cure. W. D. Hoyt & Co., wholesale and retail druggists of Rome, Gu., says: "We have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica Halvo for four years. Have never handled remedies that sell as well, or give such universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures cfl'cctcd by these medicines in this city. Several cases of pronounced consumption have been entirely cured by uho of a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken in connection with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them always. Sold by Dr. II. W. Cox. I'nlftnlty Concert. The concert at tho University Chapel next Wednesday evening promises to bo a musical event. Be sides tho choruses by tho University Choral Club, Misses Jones, Parrish, and Gilliugliam, Messrs. Sours unit Bagloy. and others will assist. Tho Exhibition of the Authrophone, u new kind of musical Instrument, will have its first exhibition in Sa lem ut tills time. Hut-Lien' Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcors, salt rlutuin, fever sores, tetter, chapped hand, clillbluliis. corns, und all skin oruin tlons, and positively cures plies, or no pity required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 2.'5 centa per box. For sale by Dr. II. W. Cox. UOIIfflG TELEGRAMS. Li)in: Flashes of What (lie Woild al ,argc is LAHItli TKOllltLKS EXTENDING Thh "Q" City- Cars Uorrottcd nt Kansas -Otlier Trades on n Strike. Kansas City, April 2. The boycott on Burlington freight went into eilect in the yards here prompt ly at noon. A Fort Scott switch engine hud just backed up to some Burlington cars, but when 12o'clock struck tho men left the cab and re fused to haul it. The engine was soon uncoupled and tho freight left standing. Kansas City, April 2. At 5 o'clock this afternoon switchmen and firemen In the Santa Fe vards quit work in a body. They will go to work on condition that they are not required to handle Q. freight. Sprinofibli) (Ohio), April 2. Indiana and Western engineers and firemen of the Brotherhood have notified General Manager Hender son tliat if he accepts any more C, B. & Q. cars they will strike. Milwaukee, April 2. Manager Miller said tho St. Paul has laid oil fully five thousand yard and switch men along Its system until the present trouble blows over. The order afl'ccts about eight hundred men in the yard and general olllce in the city. Iron l'lpi) IIuiiiU on h Strike. Pittshuhh, April 2. A general strike was inaugurated at Spang,, Chulfant & Co.'s pipe mill, at Etna this morning. Six hundred men. struck, and before , the troublo is settled there are apprehensions that the entire works of this llrm will im concerned. Stilko by House Painters, Cincinnati, April 2. Tho house painters of tills city, numbering over 8000, struck to-duy for an advance In wages and a decrease in hours. Jam r.8 Gordon Bi:nnrtt aniF Gould are engaged in u wordy war fare, and tlie misfortune is that their abusive letters are filling the New Yorkjournals. The Herald proprie tor ventilates his wratli by calling tho railroad king und telegraph monopolist "u red-hunded buc caneer," "a sneak" and "a skunk," and charging upon him the ninny wholesale robberies by which lie lias built up his colossal fortune. Tho latter retaliates by telling how the great Journalist spends ills time in the fashionable stews of Europe, nn ussacluto of the worst classes, a gumbler and a debauchee. This choice literature Is supplemented by letters, eight columns long, from Gen. Badeati and Fred Grant, in which the character of the deceased hero of Appomattox ls torn to pieces, und the writers plentifully bedaub each otlier with mire. Verily, the Gothumitcs liave a dainty dish of scandal set before them for their de lectation. Thousand of Dollam. Are spent every year by tho I'copic of the state for worthless medicines for the cure of throat and lung dis eases, when we know that If they would only Invest $1 In Santa Able, tho new California discovery for consumption and kindred com. plaints, they would In this pleasant remedy And relief. It is recom mended hy ministers, physicians and public speakers of the Golden Suite. Sold and guaranteed by D. W. Matthews & Co., lOOStato street, Salem, uUl a bottle. Three for$.fiU. The most stubborn cases of catarrh will speedily succumb to California CiiHi-Cure. Six months' treat ment for $1. By mall!. 10. County Treasurer Aug Gioeiy li issued a call for all outstanding Marlon county warranto which bear Ills endorsement. Tho largest stock of clothing and gontH' furnishing goods in tho gity at G. W. Johnson's. tAbltthea in una.