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SAI,&M, OR., THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 188S.
GEO. W. BELT, ATTORNEY AT JiAW
and District Attorney. Ofllco at court
AMBBY & BINOHAil, ATTORNEYS
i. and Counselors tit Law. Business In
the Supremo Court a specialty. Bfllom, Or.
ILMON "FOItD, ATTORNEY AND
rviiinKttini nt Ijiw. Bnlcm. Orccon.
Hoe, up Btalrs In Putton's block.
eo. h. burnett, attorney at
r Low. Salem. Oreeon. Office over
jLodd & Bush's bank
mw Aniain. ATTORNEYS AT
) Law, Balcm, Oregon. Ofllco Jn Patton'B
ook, up atalrs over Belt's drug atore.
I T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
L Law. OUlco over Capitol National
ani, 210 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
W. SPRIGGS, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Salem, Oregon. Ofllco in England's
nek. LcliiI business of all kinds,
both life and lire Insurance.
KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W "jlra.Orr. OfSco With Tllmon
1 Wl In llnHnHtii nllrtlno. Will 1ttlf1.M
i in nil tho courts of Oregon. Collections
1 made Land ofllco business a specialty, i
11. D'AttCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
Rplor at. Law. Salem. Orccon. Havlne
nn nhutmet, of the records of Marion coun
ts inninrllntrn. Int. nnd block Index of Ba
ll, 1cm, ho has hpeclal facilities for examining
II. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Com1 St., bet. Ferry and State.
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING" AND
Bhampoolng neatly done.
LADD & BUSH,
Salem, - Oregon.
rnRANSAcra a general banking
business In all Its branqhc.
300, Commercial St., Saleja,
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER MEATS
constantly on band, and delivered to
ay part of the city atlowest living rates.
I'ieose give uu your patronage'.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
XT-All kinds of fresh and cured meats
kslways on hand. Full weight and a square
Ideal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
08 COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
S AUS AQE
g 3-The CLEANEST kept market Jn tho
fUy. Call and see for yourself.
I McCROW fc WILLARD.
t iJ-Oo to J. O'Donald's shop on High at,
between Court and State, Salem, and get
mo of J. M. Coulter's patent Improved
Lightest Ladder made In Oregon.
Kelly,s Old Stand ! !
AVINQ PURQHABED THE BL,
XX smith shop known as Kelly'sTHd
will hereafter bo prepared to do all
Jn the beet stylo known to the trade at
short notice. Tho best of workmen cm-
P3iaGact? Wrk 6unraQUs8d to etv"
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. J. JARNIGAN,
Kelly's Qld Stand, Salem, Or.
H. W. COX
Hm conBUntly on liand a weU sletd
Boaricke tit, Schfeck's,
The B. & S. PREPARATIONS -.
ailfttt no ether. '
Woven. Wire Bed I
ON THIS COAST!
Is Manufactured by ,
GEO. M. PARKEU,
183 Filth Street, Portland, Or.
For tale by
A. T. YBATON,
, ?V ..'.
HAS RECEIVED A
At his Millinery Establishment, 271 Com
mercial Street, Salem.
STOVES AND TINWARE !
Roofing and Spouting a 'Specialty.
A'-B-Al the old stand of Ben. Strang, Com
M. M. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shop on tho alley, opposite Tlinto's Liv
ery Stable, Salem, Or.
JUSTVRECEIVEDlA new stock
2 OP NEW STYLES IN
iA vuxj. stock ov .
Fancy Goods, Moldings,
Brackets, Picture Fraines,
Artists' Materials, Etc.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
W. M. SAR6EANT,
207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
PARRAR'8 BLOCK, STATE STREET,
43-AU kinds of Furniture mado to order.
A full line of Caskets always on hand.
J. J. JENNINGS, D, DS.
Teeth Extracted Witbeat Pain by a New Process
mEETH KILLED WITH THE LATEST
-fr """vw umuga, runts maao on
5h9r.t..H?Uce and at reasonable terms.
Gold fillings a specialty.
n2P4aZ.aaii l work !n tho Dental Une.
pifice In Brcyman's blook over J. M. Rosen
berg fc Go's.
t Established iji im. J
PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR
Fruif Preserving Co.
, OP .
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear
Bolter, Sweet and Champagne Cidep, Cider
Syrnp far Minee Meat, Currant Wine of a
Superior Qaality.Tomalo Catsup, Plain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
A FBM'OBK OK 1884
wOHhUhws silk SraaHoB dwal.
to Mabm. to ratmm for a
J. AW oraern Hny
x MTr a
MISS JULIA L. CIIAMBERUN,
Voice Culture, Piano & Harmony
Mnsm Parlnrc; ftaBSSaFE
Bank Block, -V
' - - - OREGONlIf
BSTAJlLIflllBD BY NATIONAI, AUTKOR1
SALEM, - -
Capital' Paid up, -
Surplus,1 - -v
B. S(. WALLACE,
-' - $75,000
- - - 9,500
J. H. ALBERT, - .
W. T. Gray, W. W, Martin,
J.AL-Martin, It. M. Wallace,
, J. H. Albert,
T. McK. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or In store,
cither In private granaries or
State and County Warrants- Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct pn Now York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta,
H. W. COX,
(Successor to Thu Port Drug Co.)
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
Drugs and Medicines
CHEMICALS & PATENT MEDICINES
-Physicians Prescriptions tad Family
Recipes a Specially.
AGENCY FOU THE CELEBRATED
FULIi HAVANA FJIdER
Red Letter 5c. Cigar.
, O-Tho best Ave cent cigar la the mar
ket. H. W. COX,
100 State Street, Salem.
Tin and Copper Ware,
130. State Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
A. K. STRANG,
No. 303 Commcn-lal Street,
SALI8M, - - ORBGON.
Plaft'mg, Gas and clean PlWf'
Tinware and Artistic Metal! Vfyrk
rhe Capital Nat
tabfiiheaiBiM: "' -- ""bw
Mob Destroys a Large
Amount of Property.
MIIBDEBER LYNCHED BY A KOB.
Inrdtrer Lynched by a Hob. Boy Hnrderer
Srntcnccd to be Dang. California
Tells a Story of HI Terrible Work.
JuiCAao, Feb. 29. Zcph Davis,
tho mulatto who murdered littlo
Maggie McGoughan in a factory,
was fhls morning captured at Forest
Hljl and brought back here. Ho
confessed to having killed tho girl,
but denied performing a criminal
He says h,e ordered the girl to go
to work and she replied im
pertinently. This angcrcu him and
he threw a hatchet at Tier. She was
badly cut, but picked up a pail and
hit him. Then, he says, he lost his
mind and, forcing her into a closet,
brained her. Davis narrowly escaped
lynching in the country.
artwrlght Wants Free Trade.
' Ottawa, Feb. 29. Notice has
beciijglven by Sir Richard Cart
wright, who was minister of finance,
unaw the Mackenzie administra
tion, of a resolution setting forth
that,i is expedient that all articles
manufactured in, or natural products
of the United States or Canada,
should, be admitted from ports of
one country to another, articles sub
ject " to duties, excise or internal
reveiiue.aione excepted; aiso mat, it
is expedient that tho Dominion gov
ernment shall take stops atoncoto
ascestain upon what terms full and
freo reciprocity with the United
Statefijgin be secured. r
,,-: t Atldist Successful.
Cousins,, a well-known barber,
afflicted with leprosy, committed
suicide this afternoon by taking
laudanum. This is tho third attempt
made. If ao inquest Is held in will
be hard to get a jury.
The Work or B. Mob.
New Yohk. Feb. 29. Masked
men from Southampton, Long Is
land, armed with guns, drove away
tho watchman from Shlnnecock
cnal, which Is to connect Shlnne
cock bay with tho ocean, and de
stroyed the untiie Winter's work.
Cairo III., Feb. 29. Last night
tit Clinton, Lj, Sam Price, tho white
man who killed a Sheriff, antf Bill
Beatnes, colored, who shot a farmer
named Jackson, were taken out of
jail by about fifty men and lynched.
Killed bv a Premature Blast.
Seattle, Feb. 29. A man named
Stephen nail was killed by the pre
mature discharge of a blast to-day on
the Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern
Boy Murderer Sentenced.
Easton, Ohio, Feb. 29. J. A.
Bell, the lS-ycar-old boy who mur
dered ills mother near here about a
year ago, was sentenced by the
criminal court to-day to tho peniten
tiary for life.
San Francisco, Feb. 20 At 2:50
p. m. two elight shocks of earth
quake were felt here.
VIOLENT AT SANTA ROSA.
Santa Rosa, Feb. 29. A violent
earthquake occurred at 2:55 o'clock
thla afterneen. It caused people to
run ous oi tneir nouses tnrougu
fright. Tqo shock was also severely
felt at Petaluma.
Left Vor Florida.
Washington. Fob. 29.--Senator
and Mrs. Stanford -loft for Florida
on a ten day's trip thla morning.
An Aged Bmbezzler.
New York, Feb, 29.Joscph C.
Knight, aged 0-1 years, tho embezzl
ing bookkeeper of the Manufacturers'
National Bank, was Unlay sentenc
ed to pay a fine of $3500 and sorvo
seven and a half years in tho Peni
tentiary. Knight had beon a clerk
for over thirty-one years in tills
bank, and for about twentv-four
" .years bad stolen tho bank's roeney,
amounting In all to over $77,000, be
' i Tore he was found out.
Wabhincjspn, Feb. 29,Rlchard
Cbowkinaa. Postmaster at
Mt -Kr: e vr '
iiuamMB, rot county, ureeon
I Tmmam. M a. O. Doue
i oeea ufimtvw vo taxe ins
March I. ,
raging in thdWeat
Twoilty-nlmV is reported as tho
number of vhsthns of tho Vallojo ox
plosion. Anschlag, the Los A nqolcs mur
derer, will bo hanged on the 13th of
The New York grand jury failed
to indict Jay Gould and Itussel
The British Columbia members
of parliament fear trouble if efforts
are made to enforce tho law in the
disputed territory between that
province and Alaska.
An express train on tho St. Douig,
Arkansas and Texas railroad was
held up atKingsland, Arkansas and
robbed of $10,000.
The will of the late W. W. Corco
ran was offered for probate. His es
tate, valued at 13,000.000 bequeathed
to his relatives and the public insti
tutions ho founded.
Collections have been good to-day.
Tlio Capital Journal to-day it
sues 2,000 nopies.
The Eola hills had a coating of
Joseph Cook of this city has gone
to Idaho, on business.
There will be a tig shooting
match at Gervais to-morrow.
Unpaid Marion countv taxes
bacome delinquent to-morrow.
The roads are improving and aro
now in pretty good condition.
Billy Dugan has been appointed
fife major or tho 2nd regiment.
Judge J. J. Murphy is said to be
the probablo future mayor of Salem.
A reporter counted 28 "measle
flags" ituin hours walk yesterday.
Now is tho time for candidates for
Bchool clerk to mako their announce
ments, .Tom Holman is placing tho wires
for his new incandescent system in
position "' "" f-nr w? "
Miss Smith, daughter of Wm.
Smith, of Sllverton. is lying very 111
at her h ome in that city.
Miss Lida Cranston, of Sllverton,
is now In Portland, having her
eyes treated by a specialist.
Rev. D. O. Ghoomerly, of East
Portland, preached at tho First
Presbyterian church Tuesday night.
Frank Miller, druggist at the
asylum, has resigned his position,
the resignation taking effect to-day.
Mrs. Dr. LydlaHunt, of Portland,
delivered two lectures on philosophi
cal subjects at Liberal hall, Sllverton,
Swartz' wiw mill which has been
shut down seven months for re
pairs and improvemente, starts up
Tho ladles of the M. E. church
give a social at tho residence of Mrs.
A. A. McCully to-morrow (Friday)
J. C. Caywood, who has beon
living.in North Salem since last fall,
has moved back to his farm near
Only four arrests were mado by
the Salem police for violation of city
ordinances during February. Three
were for drunkenness.
Rev. J. W. Webb informs us that
although he has resigned tho
pastorate of the Christian church,
ho will continue to reside here.
"A" "B" and "I" companies, 2nd
regiment O. N. G., have been asked
to take part In tho incmorini day
exercises in this city on May 30th.
Edwin Shields, who has been
teaching school on Howell Prairie,
leaves next Monday for Spraguc,
The Freo Methodists, an earnest
body of christian workers, aro hold
ing a series of meetimrs at tho Cum
berland Presbyterian church.
The Capital Journal wants a
correspondent at every,, post-office in
Marion and Polk counties. Bend
Tho, will of the lato Joseph Matt,
of Gervais has been admitted to pro
bate with his bon-in-law, W. H.
Adams, of this city, as executor.
Wm. Morely, formerly of tho
Waldo Hills, died a fow dflXfrflgo ut
Colfax, W. T., where ho was visit
ing. Ho was nearly 70 years of ago.
F. J. Babcock and T. F. Mc
Patton, returned to-day from
Kuguno City where they had bean
at ending the dedication of tho now
Misses Parrlsh and Scott and Mr.
J. Benson Starr, have indefinitely
postponed tho entertainment they
wore to have given at Eugene City
If you wish to send a eamtolo copy
of the Capital Journal, Daily or
Weekly editions, to a friend during
the next week, send their nameo and
we will mall the paper free.
Elders S. W. P. Richardson, of
Independence, Wada of Sllverton
and Webb, of thte city, are meeting
with OQflMdaraWe Htfieeea In their
HieetlngH at the ChriMlan chureh.
I .,..,., , .. - , , U ,li
an Aged Man.
TKBASURRR HIIX'N MlttDtB
A Sheriff's Son Confuses to -a HorribloICflnfe
A British Vessel Sunk-Weather
- ' ! VS-
lly the Pacific Postauj
Commit n Fatal Asmuilt
Upon an OUT
San Francisco, March 1. Ear
ly this morning John Giobs, a mair
55 years of age, was assaulted by a
gang of Chinese, who, after fatally
stabbing him fled. Two Chinese
highbinders named Map Tim and
La Kcc, have been- arrested on auii
picion of being5 Implicated in the
bloody deed. A Uaggor, the haitdle
of which wos covered with bjood,
was found upon" La Kee's person,
Tho two Chlniunpn. are notorious
highbinders. The tifeaitlteJ man l
a wealthy citizen. '
Crown FrlnceM Thront.
Berlin, . Mar,. 1 Professor
Waldieker, tho eminent mlcroscopist
has received imperative!! oidqrs to
proceed at onco to Bau Komo. It
is supposed that the Crown Prince Is
again trouqled with the caneofoaia.
The .Murderer of a- County; Treasurei
ConfcBe. his Crime.
BkllVHiLB, Texas, March 1.
Tim Foreythe, sou of Shorift
Forsythe, of Panola Jcounty, was
arrested yesterday as tho murderer
of County Treasurer Hill on the
10th of February. A sack of
silver known to be that stolon
from the coun,! treasurer when ho
was murdered, was found in For
sythe's yard and led to his arrest.
A negro barber named Tibbetts had
beeu under close survell
ance, and Forsytho at first at
tempted to throw the crime onto
him, but finally confessed thaXhe
committcd the murder by choppli
Hill's head of with an axe, whll
the court house was deserted' durln.
tho noon adjournment pf court
HIU'b widow has lost her reason
over thoJ.ior'jrlbla tragedy. Forsythe
is but 22 years of age.;
Demand Increaned 'VnK9'J
ALRBRQOBliQUE, Now MoJUQP,.
March l.-Bnikemen on th) main
tain division o,f the Atlantic nnd Pa
cific roilrojidiavo demanded aini-'
forni iilqroilof wages and ?iyo-
glvetj tlm company untU'lOoMfiflk
to-mqifw 0 fouiu to terms, fetny
will aUrl fayy ,, i- ' i
Hrltlih Vessel (iiinL..
London, Mar 1 Britteh steamer
Edcelfent s niuik "yqeterthiyFat
Gibrultor by a uolltoion with AJtJio
British steamer Mendluo. Sho Wis .
on a voyago from PhIIai0lphfn tw
MossJiin. Both crown wow etW1 '
San FiiANOifeco, afn
Weather iwflcuttons fr tlfrnoxt SM
hours for tlie PhoUIo CoaStt Local
rains with topUHmituro cgldar.