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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ' ASSOC1ATF.D ; PRESS DAILY. V0l. H. SALJiM, OBKGON, TIIUHSDAY .MAY 21, 189G. .NO. 114 - i fl'T "SPTV "6 ""8W"''V " Made in Salem MS Ml ?U Sonna &V ausca:""SS& Men's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44, Wniif )!M iizes 13 to 19, Boys' Knee Suits TO WE$ W BUILDING COLLAPSED Fifteen Persons Caught in the Fatal Fall. BARBER SHOP SMASHED, Several Victims Dead and More Sure to Die. Buffalo, iluy 21. Tlioold Brown building, at tho corner of Main and Scnaca streets, formerly occupied by the Western Union collapsed today. The portion that fell was being recon ctructcd. Tho cause of the collapse Is supposed to liavo been tho giving away of props. Many car penters were working In the building and tho barber shop of Morris Jones was full of customers. There were perhaps 15 or 20 peoplo in the build- Inf. Two men have been taken out fatally Injured. George Mctz, a bar ber, died In the hospital; Mlko O'Brien, a carpenter, had Ills back hroked and is dying. The others rescued aro S. L. Hawcs, and James Adams. The body or Jacob Rlckman, a barber, has been removed. Jonnlo Grlbben, the woman cashier of tho barbershop, is under tho ruins and! nodoubtdead. The police and lire men are working to clear tho ruins and rescue the unfortunates, number ing probably not less than fifteen. A dozen or moro people aro 6ald to iiavo been in the barber shop when the crash came. Cries are heard from the debris. Oas Explosion. Coffeyville, Kans., May 21.-A gas explosion this morning wrecked tWO tYO-Story brick butifllnmi In Mm wnterof the city, causing the instant -vv,,ui one man, fatal injury to two tber persons and wounding thir teen. David Carter waj killed by the falling walls. The explosion was caused by the careless igniting of n natch in the basement where gas ccnmlated from gas well. Several wn wherein the basement and bout two score of other people were lettered throughout the buildings. , exP!lon completely wrecked e buildings which adjoined each ther, and hurled the occupants in every direction. Stock Market. lent .la i' 7 j-oo. May 21.. irn II n. - hZXTZ?'.'. "vy, 3ffi3.55: catt M-ecffitaaEYc-; " au betters, MJiW.W; sherw6teady tostfonger; 0 - U STORE Presbyterian Assembly. Memphis Tenn. Mny21, Tho Gen eral Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, South, will begin its sessions hero today. It will discuss tho ques tion of the union of all Prebyterian branches, which is much talked about In Presbyterian circles, and It is like ly that some bitter feelings will be ex cited if an attempt is made to force a surrender of any principles. Tho Southern branches split off on the slav ery question. If Its members hold to the same views its tho Rev. Robert r. Farrls, D. D., of St. Louis, last year's stated clerk, there will belittle chance of union. Dr. Farrls still believes in the old principles, Hob long ago ho declared ho could "hold slaves with out u stain on his soul." Kersey Resigns. New York, May 21. II. Mnltiand Kersey, who noted as Lord Dunraven's yachting representative In this city, having sent in his resignation as a member of tho Now York Yacht Club, it will be acted upon at tho general meeting of the club tonight, and will doubtless bo ucceptcd. When Dunra- ven made his ridiculous charges against the Defender, and ratno hero and appeared before tho special Inves tigating committee Kersey sympa thized with him. Kersey had Dunru ven guarded by detectives during the Investigation and when ft was all over lio disappeared from tho clubhouse and hns never entered it since Dunraven's expulsion. Working Boys Home. Boston, May 21. Mayor Qulncy will be one of the speakers at the ded ication of the iudustrlal home nt New ton Highlands. Tho home will be an annex of tho Boston Working Boys Home. Archbishop Wllllums will con duct tho exercises. Bishop Rechtor. of the Cathollo University nt Wash ington, will doliver the sermon. An ode written by Henry O'Meara will be sung by a choir of 105 boys. Near ly half of these Juvenile singers will come from the Working Boys, Home in New York. Mediccal men Meet. Marietta, Penn. May 21 This place Is fllllnir upwitli distinguished medical men, who have come hero to attend tho celebration to-morrow of the Jenner centennial in honor of the 100th centennial of tho introduction of vaccination. It will bo celebrated at the vaccine farm, near here. Col onel D. B. Case will make the address of welcome. Uoincj Out of Business. Jo. Levcque has closed his cigar stand ad joining the Lane tailoring rooms. Business is too light. Children Cry for lktohr's Castor In. by Salem People V.- M4 and Summer! $7.50 V J J J EIGHTY MEN BURIED A Mine Caves in and Im prisons tho Operatives. EFFORTS TO SAVE THEM i i But Many arc Believed to Be Dead. Ironwood, Mich. May 21. Eighty men wcic- burled In u cuve-ln lit the Ashland Miuo this morning. Largo crews of men arc at work drifting toward I he imprisoned men In the hope of rescuing them. It Is still possible to communicate with them, however, by signals and It Is known that nt least some of them nrenllvp. Cankers in Session. Pertle Springs, Mo.Mny21 This report Is crowded with hanker from all putts of the State who have conic to bo present at the opening tomorrow of the unnuil meeting of the State Bankcrb' Association. The Arrange ment Committee hns offered three prizes of W0 each for papers on bank ing methods to Imj read before the meeting. Troops Sail today. Bomiiay, May 21. A forcoof Indi an troops for service In tho Soudan is expected to sail from Bombay today for Suaklm. The troops consist of tho Bombay Lancers, the mountain battery, tho Punjab Infantry, a de tachment of Sikns and a company of sappers. They arc Intended to cngago In operations at Kussala In the autumn. J The Oakley Derby. Cincinnati, May 21. Judging from tho number and quality of the entries In the stakes of tho Cincinnati Jock ey Club, there will be Inaugurated at Oakloy today one of the best raco meetings ever held here. Today the Oakley Derby will be run, with a guaranteed value of $12,500, which embraces In Its entries all the three-year-olds In the country, The New York Presbyterians. Saratooa, N. Y., May 21. Tho eighteenth general assembly, of the Northern Presbyterian church, opened at 11 o'clock, at the First Presbyte rian church, where 60 many previous assemblies have met. Tho opening sermon was delivered by Rev. Dr, Robert Russell Booth of Now York, the retiring moderator, on tho subject of 'Christian Union and Denomina tional Loyalty." Dr. Booth spoke of conflicts In tho church, and appealed to the assembly to Uko measures for tho abatement of strife, The Czar Honored, Moscow, May 21. Tho Czar and Czarina made their triumphal entry into tills city this afternoon amid the thunder of batteries of artillery, the clanging of countless bells and cheers of the vast multitude of royal Russi ans and equally enthusiastic visitors from all parts of the world. Probably never in tho history of nutlons of lias there been sucli an assemblage. Uniform Freight Rate. Washington, May 21. The senate committee on interstate commerce to day, authorized the reporting of tho bill for u uniform classification of railroad freight, framed on the lines recommended by tho national board of trade. The bill Is Intended to meet the complaint of shippers that railroads in different parts of tho country have different classifications, which renders it Impossible to deter mine accurately In advance the cost of shipments. Scorchers. Lockwood's bicycle messengers are all scorchers. Ring blue boxes or telephone. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla, ROLAND ORANT AT 3ALEM. Intervtaw With tho Distinguished Put pit Lecturer. Rev. Roliuul I.Urunt,wlio Is lectur ing at Salem, was boon bynrornrter today, and oxproRed himself on many sullied. Ho lm $vil,-pii nt SiiIimii I fifteen ilm?s and,! so wrll known I hero, no comment vs uectvHiry loin t reduce thu geiitlQumu. Me Is a na tive of Boston, canio I Oregon live years ago and is ajwut to leave on a lecturing tour in tllj East. Mr. Grant Is not a, politician. Hels a non-partisan reformer, believes In a high tariff, prohibition mid protec-' tlon to tho homo. Qu thu silver ques tion, he says a vu-M amount of dust and fog Is thrown hi, the air. lie says there I no more reason In a double standard of valup.than jif a double standard of veracity or veghts and measurers. On tho Be v. BrnwiAcise hi 'FiU-o, lio s,iys: Brown win lint proven guilty. , Ho may have been wrong, hut it was not proven on hlui. It reminded him of the man accused of stealing a ket tle. He never 3tole It, It was broken when he took It, It was mended when he brought It back. 'The Jury found him not guilty, but ronmiinended that he not do it again. t On thu Catiiolle question, Dr. Grant said: "I have had a great deal to do wllli the Catholic question. I oppose ' the machine, and jet, sympathize will, tlin fibrillin t IihiiiriIvi4. fin imn. I eral principles, I ninfu Democratic Scientist not a chrlstan scientist n student of art and nature mid If I had my way, 1 would conduct achurch absolutely Democratic. No test of membership, no form of uniting with It or leaving It, people absolutely freo to come or go." Dr. Grant Is an interesting talker not a finished lecturer or man of great literary polish, but an original and In- j dependent thinker, who expresses himself fearlessly. , Who Pays Taxes? As tho question often arises as to who must pay the taxes on property sold before the taxes are paid wo quote thu law on tho subject, being from the Codo of Oregen: " Sec. 248(1. As between tho grantor and grantco of any land, when there Is no express agreement us to which shall pay the taxes that may bo as sessed thereon before conveyance, if such land is conveyed at tho lime or prior to the dato of tho warrant auth orizing the collection of such taxes, then tho grantee shall pay the same; but If conveyed nftcr that dato, tho grantor shall pay them. School Childrkns Matinee. Recognizing tho educational value of Roland D. Grant's artistic pictures and magnificent word painting the executive couimlttco of the school board and Prof. Peebles havo author ized the closing of tho schools nt 2 p. m. on Frldny that tho children who desiro may attend a matinee at 3 p. m. for which tho nominal fco of 10 cents will bo charged, and "Where Rolls the Oregon" will bo given In nil Its beauty. Kicked By a Cow, A 10-ycar-old son of J. H. Daniel, asylum farm superintendent, was lead lug a cow to pasture, this morning, when tho animal kicked him severely nnd ho was stunned for a time. Dr. Richardson soon restored him and lie is no resting easily at his grandpa Chas. Johnson's home. The Ideal Panacea. James L. Francis, Alderman, Chi cago, says: "1 regard Dr. King's New Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints, having used It In my family for tho last fivo years, to tho exclusion of pliy sIcIuiib' prcscrldtlonsorotlier prepara tions." Rev. Jolia Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "I havo been a Minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church for fifty years or more, and havo never found anything so beneficial, or that gave me sucn specuy reuei as ur. King's Now Discovery." Ideal Couch Remedy now. '" Try this v Trial lint- sDriur Store I ties free Fred A. Lcgg's Drug Store. When Bbjr was sick, ve gave htr CMtorU. Wben (ha wu OiOJ, ib cried lor Cutoria, Wbea iba becaina VIm, bo cluoc to OwtorU. Wbea the bad CWMren, be t lieia CutorU For Sale. A ladles bicycle suit, new, latest cut, will sell less than cost if bought immediately. For further information inquire Journal office. ' j A Great Treat. j People are stopping today to see the fine display of triuit, sole, smelt perch, cod, halibut, Salmon, crabs nnd shrimps at Stelner's market on Stato street. A Dally Event. f Kansas City, May 21. Special to the Star stato that n cyclono struck seven miles south of Emporla,Kansas, last night and travelling north east skirted the town of Burlington. Near Emporia tho house of William Hughes was damaged and Edward Jenkins cut on tho head by Hying debris. Tho oyclonc cut it swath several hundred yards wide. Detmas-FiUgerald-Kenny, London, May 21. A wedding of International character Is vaguely an nounced to take placo today In this city, when Lionel Fltzgerald-Kcnny, a young Irishman of wealth and good family, will marry a Miss .Josephine Dctmas, daughter of I). M. Dctmas, of San Frnuelsco.J Willamette Field Day. 100 YARDS DASH. W. U.-Gulss, Williams, Llvesay, Y. M. C A. Ed Baker, Tarploy. POLE VAULT. W. U.-Scott, Hlbbard, Blttner, Y. M. C A.-Chaso, E. Bilker. HAMMER THROW. W. U.-Calllson, VnnWInkle. Y. M. C. A. Babcock, Ed. Baker. 120 YARD HURDLE. W. U. Gulss, Hlbbard, Blttner. Y. M. O. A.-Maccy. UROAD JUMP W. U. Llvesay, Murphy, Gulss. Y. M. O. A. Dearborn, Muccy. TWO MILE HICYCLE RACE. W. U. Rlggs, Moore, Ogle, Murphy Y. M. C. A.-arllley, Shlpp, Rich ardson. i MILE RUN. W. U. Brownell, Williams, Llve say, McCluro, O. Brown. Y. M. C. A. Briulshaw, Ross, Southwlck, man jump. W. U. A. G. Wilson, J. Rex. Byars. Y. M. C. A. Ed Baker, Macoy. 220 YARD DASH, W. U.-Gulss, Williams, Murphy, Y. M. 0. A.-Chliso, E. Baker. ONE MILE DIOYCLE RACE. W. U. Rlggs, Murphy, Mooro, Oglo Y M. u. A. uruioy, wnip, itichard- son ONE MILE RUN "V. U.-Wllklns, Carter, Max Miller iiinuaru, Asciicnurotincr. Y. M. 0. A.-Wlntors. PUTTINO BHOT. W. U. Fisher. Calllson. Y. M. C. A. Babcock, E. Baker. 220 YARD HURDLE. W. U. A. G. Wilson, Shulso. Mc- uiuro. Humor, urpiiy. Y. M. 0. A. Chase, Win. Evans. THE WILLAMETTE HOTEL. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. On nnd after May J, 180(1, tho fol lowing reduction In rates will bo mndo to tho traveling public: CO rooms suits $2.50 por day, for merly $3. 50 rooms suits $2 per day, formerly 2.C0. W) rooms suits $1.50 por day, for merly $2. Rooms without .board, 25c, 50c, 75o und $1. Tnblo board, $20 per month. No extrn chargo will licrorftcr bo made for sample rooms to those who remain over night. Special rates will bo given to families who desiro tablo board during tho summer mouths. Considering tho high character and strictly firstclass service at all times given to our patrons thenbovo quoted rates aro an Innovation. Tho Wll iametto Is tho largest and best up pointed hotel north of San Francisco and MMith of Portland. A. I. Waqner. Belle op Saratooa Oiiera ut university chapel, Saturday ut 8 p. in. Given uy iiie pupus oi uouege or Music. Recital of pupils for part nrsinuu opera lor pan second, mission 10 cents. All- A Valuable Prescription. Editor Morrison, of Worthlngtou, Ind., "Sun," writes: "You havo n valuable prescription In Electric Bit ters, nnd I can cheerfully recommend it for Constipation nnd Sick Headache, nnd us a general system tonic itlius no equal." Mrs. Annie Stelilo, 202.1 Cot tage urove. Ave,. Chicago, was all run down, could not cat nor digest food, had a backache which never left her nud felt tired and weary, but six bot tles of Electric Bitters restored her health and renewed her strength. Prices 60 cent nnd 11.00. Get a Bottle at Fred A. Lcgg's Drug Store. Bucklen'i Arnica Salvo The but Salve in the world for Cull, Sores, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Hheura, Fever and all Tetter. Chipped handi, Chilblains, Drulses, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to Live er fee satisfaction or money refunded. Price 35 cents a box. For talo byjfccd A. Lecg. Know Thy Future. i By consuitlni; Lcandcr the Indc- pendent slate writing Medium who WU give you proof or spirit return. Messages given from your loved oitca In the spirit world written on a Hlato, you clean and hold in your own hand, Sittings 11.00. Hours 0 to 0 dally, Parlors 16 and 16 Eldridgo block ' REDUCTION OF RATES. The Salem Water Company makes Another Cut. Tho Salem Water company has a revesed schedule of rates In thlspaper, which considerable reduco thocharges In dwclllngg, among other items tak ing olT the 2." cents for hot water privileges. It appears to bo tho ob ject of tho company to so ndjust tholr rules as lotto reasoimdlo and Just to till, and to show favoritism to none. The late reduction hud tho effect of lowering many poor pecpto mouthy rental, nud probably Increased 601110 who were previously rated too low. NOTICE TO CANDIDATES. Columns of "The Journal" Open to All Patties. The Journal Is a paper that Is read In all pintles. In view of tho fact that the Demo cratic or People's party havo no organ In Salem or Marlon county The Jour nal will bo open to candidates of all parties on equal terms. Candidates of any party before the peoplo nt the Juno election who desiro to make statements to tho public can do so In The Daily and Weekly Capital Journal and can do so until election day at tho regular commer cial rato of 10 cents per lino In either edition. The Daily and Weekly are going to nearly every taxpayer In Marlon county. THE COUNTY CANVAS. Following aro tho appoliithicnts for speaking us decided upon by tho county Republican candidates: Friday, May 22d-Scott's Mills, 8-p . p. 111. Saturday, May 2:!d-Woodburn, 2:30 m. Monday, May 2.Hh-Mt. Angel, 2 p. 111. Gcrvals, 8 p. in, Tuesday, May 2(lth-Hubbard, 2 p. in.: Aurora, 8 p. in. Weduosday, May 27th-St. Paul 10 a, 111.; Champoeg, 2 p. in.; Buttevlllo, 8 p. in. Thursday.May 28th Brooks, 10 a. m.i Howell Prairie, 2 p. 111. Friday, May 20th East Salem, 2 p. 111.; Salem, 8 p. in. MR. TONOUE'S DATES. Thursday, May H-Grant's Pass at 8 p. m. Friday, May 15 Contrul Point nt -p. m. Saturday, May 10 Medford, a p. in, and Ashland at 8 p. in. Monday, May 18 Klamath Falls. Thursday and Friday, May 21 and 22 Coos nnd Curry counties. Monday, May 25 Lincoln county, Toledo In tho afternoon and Nowmirt at night if possiblo to so urrnngo it. Tuesday, May 20-Corvallls. Wednesday, May 27 Sheridan. Thursday and Friday, May 28 and 20 Tillamook county. On tho evening of Saturday, May :i0, (Memorial day) Mr. Tongue will doliver 1111 address at Hlllsboro. FUTURE EVENTS. Muy w Decoration oxcrclsos. Juno 12-13 Pror, Bristol's educated linrHAH. May 23-Local Held day, University and Y. M. O. A., Saloin. MllV 20 f'(Uint,Viiiiivnuliv Itnnnill. can candidates at Salem. Juno 1 General election. JllllO tl llltercnlleililtn nrermn field lluv. K.'ilnm. Juno 1(1 Republican national con vention. St. Louis. Juno 10 Annual reunion of Oregon pioneers, Portland. July 7 Democratic national con vention, Chicago. July 22 National Populist con vention, St. Louis. Blind School. Rev. Bollinger gavo nn able lecture last ovenimr at tho University chupel, but owing to other ami Irs there was a small attend, unco. Tho closing exercises take place tonight at tho instltuto build ing ami tho public aro Invited. S100 Reward ojiioo. The readers of this paper will be pleated to learn that there It at lesit one dreaded dlneate that science hat been able to cure in all its lafcei. and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure it the only (Kwltlve cute now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con. slitultonal diteate, requires n constitutional trearmenL Kali's Catarrh Cure It taken tnte nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces oftheiyttem, thereby destroying the foundation ol the diteate and Clvlna the patient strength by building up the conttltutlon and aulttinc nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hun dred dollars for any case that It fills to cure. ttenu lor 11st 01 testimonials. Address V, J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O, ; Sold by drugclsts, 75c. I Highest of all in Leavening Power. JOURNAL "X" RAYS. Directed Upon Persons Prominent Before the Public. Ilcrltago is a skillful advertiser. Others should got pointers, . Cohen may bo mayor of Portland. Ponnoycr will bo June 1st. .. Tho Oregon railroad commission supports Sound Monoy Northup. Tho Texas cyclono hadn't struck Mayor Tooze of Woodburn, yet. . Dr. Driver will never got to bo pro siding elder of tho Orcgon senate. Peacock Jack D'Arey will find Barklcy a tough old Republican rooster. Tho champion Idiot still nt large tho Salem man who objects to appropriations. I). Soils Cohen has tho support of the Portland women anyhow In ills raco for mayor. It Is feared Dr. .Driver has niRdo himself an Impossibility ns 11 candi date for governor. John II. Mitchell will not bo homo before congress adjourns, but lio will havo a tight hold of a Hvo wire. Tho peoplo havo dooldcd It was unchristian to boycott MoKlnloy. Ho was going to got thoro anyhow. What's tho matter? Havo Moorcs nnd Bingham loft tho benighted peo ple of Yamhill tothclrmlsorablefato? WHlnmotto university has an Aba Lincoln president. Ho has twice won tho Intercollegiate wood-chopping match, The gold rcsorvo is still vanishing under tho successful iiianagttment of Cloveluud, Helldolbach, Ickolholmer & Co. Harvey Scott snarling ut Gen oral George II, Williams reminds 0110 of a terrier snapping at tho heels of u nohlo mastiff. J. B. Montgomery keeps whacking away at Harvey Scott ubout bimet allism, He might as well sing psalms to a dead horso. For a more mortal of limited means Jonathan Bourne, Jr., is giving tho mythological deities of wobfoot poll tics a lively dance. Wo know of soveral who would, with kind permission Icavo Oregon if they Untight It would ndd to Harvoy Scott's enjoyment of life. Wanted: Designs for it statue, to lio erected by the grateful peoplo of Oregou, In inomory of Hnrvoy Scott. Any material hut silver. A fucctloiis person suggests Editor Scott of tho Orcgonlan as the twelfth great man of Oregon. To bo sure; how did we come to overlook HI As nearly us can bo ascertained, all wiio had not already been converted to freo sliver before, were converted by the Weary Wugglcs from Texas. Continued on third page. Tho mens .fine black worsted, and other suits for moo and boys, nt tho New York Racket, are hard to beat In quality, und In prlco, they are at rock bottom. t & s & w Finest fruits Branson & Co. Latest U.S. Gov't Report I vj!