CAPITAL jBfcJr?f ThST! fKr SxBt"-rt JOURNAL VOL. 1. SALEIVI, OR., FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1SSS. NO. 26. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. nE0 W. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW r nml District Attorney. Olllce at court house. RAMSEY & BINGHAM," ATTORNEYS nnd Counselors nt Law. Business In the Supremo Court a specialty, bnlcm, Or. mlLMON FORD. ATTORNEY AND I Counselor at Lnw, Balem, Oregon. Olllce, up stairs In I'attons block . GEO. H. burnettT ATTORNEY AT Lnw, Salem, Oregon. Olllce over Ladd & Bush's bank. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 11IAW & GREGG, .- .nxr Miiinin. wifiiuii. block, up stairs over Belt's drug store. ATTORNEYS AT omco in i-atton's O T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT S Law. OtHce over Capitol National Bank, 2)9 Commercial Street, Salem, Or. x W. SPRIGGS, ATTORNEYAT LAW, J. Salem, Oregon. Ollleo In England's block. Legal business of all kinds. Also both life- and flre Insurance. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WM i ,.'!.. in i,.ttnr'aiiill(llnsr. "Will practice i m thn courts of Oregon. Collections made. Land ollleo business a specialty Salem. Oregon. Otllce with Tllmpn ns uitimiuK THE.BEST Woven Wire Bed ! ON THIS COAST! Is Manufactured by GEO. M. PARKEK, IS! Fifth Street, Portland, Or. For sale by A. T. YEATON, SAIEM, OREGON. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MISS JULIA L. CHAMBERLIN, STRICKLER BROS. -DKAI.K11S IX- . .. mivMiTnl . -vtt rviT? X PH.U AliUl,AOUlv.ini ah ",V" ; " " selor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having n abstract of the records of Marion coun ty Including a lot and 7lock. Index of Sa lem, he has special facilities for examining titles to real estate. XEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SALEM BATHS. H. DIAMOND, Proprietor. Com- S., bet. Ferry and State. l HAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND J5 Shampooing ur atly done. LADD & BUSH, BANKERS! Salem, - Oregon, rrUlANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING J. business in-ill its branches. STOVES AND TINWARE! Roofing and Spouting a Specially. AS'At'tbc old stand of Ben. Strang, Com mercial Street. -TKAC1IKK or- Voice Culture, Piano & Harmony Miicip Parlnrei 311, Commercial I'lUOIV 1 UIIUIOl Bank Block, SALEM, Street. OREGON. KSTAHI.ISUKD BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY. Tlic Cawital Natio (lyiid Jr na nal Bank LATEST DISPATCHES. urate tiooillcr on Ills Palls. Pcarliri COAL MINE KXPLOSIUN. One Hundred Minors Involvod in Calamity. tlio UK- M. M. MEAD, PRACTICAL CUTLER Filing Saws a Specialty. Shop on the alley, opposite Minto's Liv ery Slable, Salem, Or. WEST BROTHERS' MEAT MARKET, ;i00, Commercial St., Salem. CnOlCE STEAKS & OTHEU MEATS constantly on hand, and delivered to any part of the city at lowest living rates. Please give us your patronage. TIE VARIETY STORE ! CITY MEAT MARKET D. C. Howard, Proprietor. STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGOK. 5-All kinds of fresh and cured meats always on hand. Full wcightandaistiuaio deal all around. The SALEM MARKET US COURT STREET. Constantly on hand the best quality of W anil Salt Meats' And all kinds of S A.US AG B JUST RECEIVED, A NEW STOCK OK NEW STYLUS IN WALL PAPER J A FULL STOCK OF Fancy Goods, Moldings, Brackets, Picture Frames, Artists' Materials, Etc., ALWAYS ON HAND. W. M. SARGEANT, 207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or. SALEM, - -Capital Paid up, - Surplus, - - - R. S. WALLACE, - OREGON., - $75,000 - - - 9,500 J. ir. W. T. Gray, J. M. Martin, - President. Vice-President. - - - Cashier. LUERT, - DIRECTORSi W. W. Martin, R. S. Wallace, J. H. Albert, T. McF. Putton. LOANS MADE To farmers on wheat and other market- prouuee, consigned or in Rtore, Itlier hi private granarlcsor able) cli P. J. BABCOCK, Cabinet Maker! public warehouses. Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par. COMMERCIAL PAPER Discounted nt reasonable rates. Drafts drawn direct on New York, Chicago, Rm r ranclsco. 1'ortlanil. London. Puru Itnrth. Hong Kong nnd Calcutta. hTw.cox,"" (Successor to The Port Drug: Co.) i 100 State Street, Salem, Oregon. FULL LIKT3S - -- -AND- UNDERTAKER. FARRAR'S BLOCK, STATE STREET, Salem, Oregon. S-Tho CLEANEST kept market in tbe city. Call and see for yourself. JIcCROW A WILLARD. mm, Land All kinds of Furnituro made lo order. A full.lrno of Caskets always on hand. J. J. JENNINGS, D. DS. DENTIST. liSVi-VV Teeth 'Extracted Without l'ain by Sew Process TEETir FILLED WITH THE LATEST Improved Illllncs. I'latcs made on short -notice, ahd at reasonable) terms. Gold flliingrf a specialty. SAny and all work In the Dental line, Olllce In Ilrevman's block over J. M. Rohcii- feerg&'Co's. Established in 1878. O'Donald's shop on High st. MTV-fn 4 T - vw 111 U) j uuiituu n nuuii mi iiijii oi., between Court nnd State, Salem, and get one of J. JL Coulter's patent Improved LADDKRS Lightest ladder made in Oregon. Iloiiicopatliic Preparations Kelly's Old Stand ! ! HAVING PURCHASED THE BLACK Bnilth shop known ns Kelly's Oh stand, I will hereafter bo prepared to do alt Kind of llffilT "0 In the best stvle known to the t-udo at short notice. The best of workm- em ployed, nnd all work guaranteed io glvo satisfaction. Horseshoeing a Specialty! J. J. JARNIGAN, Kelly's Old SUind, Salem, Or. PACIFIC CIDER, VINEGAR AND Fruit Preserving Co. Drugs and Medicines CHEMICALS k PATENT MEDICINES Toilet Articles, Perfumeries, Druggist Sundries. (Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes a Specially. AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED FULL HAVANA FILLER Red Letter 5c. Cigar. -2TllG best flvn eent. rlrrnr In Vin rrtnv. keL II. W. COX, 100 Stnto Street. Salem. Steiner& Blosser -DEALERS IK- Ron SALEM, - - OREGON. Manufacturers of Cider Jelly, Currant Jelly, Apple and Pear lluiler. Sweet and Chawnaene Cider. Cider Syrup for Mince Meat, Currant Wine of a Superior Quality, Tomato" Catsup, Plain and German Piekles. PURE CIDER VINEGAR, SAUER KRAUT A FEATURE OF 1888. H. "VST. COX, Has constantly on hand n well toleetod stock of Bcericke & Schreck's STOVES, RANGES, Tin and Copper Ware, HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS. 130, State Street, SALEM, - - OREGOjVJ. AT-Aiccnts for tho Hovnton'H furniuu. A BiKxilalty made of rooting and Hpoutlng, HutUfuctlon guaranteed. Kansas City, March 29. The following dispatch lias just been re ceived from Rich Hill, Misseuri: About 4 o'clock this afternoon there was n rumbling sound in mine No 0 nt this place, and a moment after a fearful explosion occurred that en tirely wrecked tho mine and buried in the debris over 100 miners, who were cut off from all means of escape. Forty bodies have already been taken out. The superintendent of tho mine was taken out badly in jured, but will survive. In tho terri ble excitement and confusion it is impossible to give a list of names, or oven an estimate as to the full ex tent of the disaster, but it is now thought that over fifty men were killed. The mine is situated six miles distant from the town. There were two explosions, and it is said the total loss of life will reach sixty men. Rich Hill is located in Rates county, about sixty-live miles south of Kansas City. later particulars. Kansas City, March 30. A dis patch from Rieli Hill this morning states that the bodies recovered from yesterday's mine disaster show tho terrible force of the explosion. Coal dust was blown into tho Jlesh of the dead, until they look like the bodies of negroes. Some of tho corpus are frightfully mutilated; arms, legs and eye have in some instances been blown out of their sockets ; while other unfortunates are so disfigured as to be unrecognizable. Tho dead are strewn in the con-idol's of the mine, and it is feared that all of them will never bo recovered, as gas is lllliiiir the nit and choking thn survivors. The little village is com pletely paralyzed with horror, and men uud women are wandering about the streets, crying for tho re turn of those known to bo in the bottom of the pit. Double Murder by a JciiIiiiih Jlnxlmml. Kearny (Neb.) Mar. 30. Albert Murrish, a farmer living six miles east of this place, shot his wife dead yesterday, and fatally wounded Thomas Patterson, who was em ployed about tho farm. Murrish believed that his wife was untrue to him and that Patterson was the cause. TELEGRAPHIC splints. Emperor Frederick's nhvsicians have forbidden him taking open air exercise. The decrease in tho national debt during the present month will amount to nearly $10,000,000. Major General Terry wants to resign from the army, assigning bad health as the cause of his retirement. The inundation In the vicinity of Cassel, Germany, Is increasing. Sixty-seven villages aro submerged. The New York senate has refused to passu bill to permit women to vote at town and municipal elec tions. The second trial of Jacob Sharp, tho boodle monger, will begin in New York on Monday. His at torneys will move for a change of venue. Grand Master Workman Powder ly, last night issued a special call to the members of the Knights of Labor to return to tho llrst prinel pies of the order, and take leave of tho folly of striking in vain. MORNING TELEGRAMS. Flashes or What the at Large is Doing. ('.iliforiiin Cat-ll-fure. Tho only guaranteed cure for catarrh, cold in the head, hay fever, rose cold, catarrhal deafness and sore eyes. Restore the sense of taste and unpleasant breath, resulting from catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow directionsand a cure is war ranted, by all druggists. Send for circular to A1UETINE MI5DICAL COMPANY, Orovlllc, Cal. Six mouths' treatment for 1; sent by mail, 1.10. For sale by D. V. Matthews & Co., 100 State street, Salem. OVU, FOR KHPMIIUIUN CONVENTION. I'liiyliiK with Flro Anns. Rijtte (Mont.), Marcli no. Wes ley "Warren and Willie Jack, botii twelve years of age, were playing with u pistol yesterday. Youmr Warren accldently shot Willie Jack, mortally wounding him. CurShnjiH lliirnt. AuitORA, (111.), Mar. 30 Tho loss by last night's fire in the car shops of tho Chicago, Rurlington, and Quiney railroad Co. Is nearly $200,000 A republican convention for the state of Oregon is called to meet at the city of Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, tlielllli day of Apri , A. D. 1888, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominating can didates for the following oiiieers, to-wit. Representative in congress, three presidential electors, supreme judgo and district oiiieers. and to select six delegates to attend tho national republican convention, and to transact such other business as may properly come before tho convention. Tho convention will consist of 5209 delegates, apportion ed among the several counties as follews: Del. Del. linker d l.nlci 2 Ilcnton 7 ijino 10 CliicIciiiiuiH 0 Linn. id ClutKOl) 7 Malheur 2 Columbia I Marlon li Coos 7 Morrow fi (,'rtxik !l Multnonmh !!() ;nrry .'I l'ollc (I DOtlL'lUH I) Tllliiuioolc il (llllluin t Umatilla 10 (irant (1 Union K JacIChon... 7 Wallowa.: I Josephine 4 Wasco II Klainuth !1 Washington ....... H Vanillin I) Startling ConfexHloii. San FitANcisco, March LI). W. M. A. Boyd, customs Inspector, now awaiting trial for trafileklng in Clil neso return certificates, took the stand this morning in the case of Clprico who is being tried for tho same od'ence. Ho created a sensa tion by making a complete confes sion. He stated that inspectors Clprico, McLean, Kipp and himself entered into a conspiracy in 18S4 to send AHintztoChiiuito sell the cer tificates to tho Chinese who desired to enter the United States. On Jan uary 10th,lS8o,Hintz sailed for Hong Kong, taking a large number of cer tificates. They were soon disposed of and more were forwarded. The venture proved profitable, and the selling of certificates had been con tinued up to the time the arrests were made. I.ETTKU LIST. (11(1 V NEATLY PIUNTKD OUIRK TO UK HAD UI"ON APPLICATION. Tne B. & S. PREPARATIONS Are rtin Piinui unil llAat. II. V. OOX k theopijr authorized ngmU . 43-Glirfor tho IL A flrffnmeonathle Pre- parauoQi nnd accept no other. For Sweet Cider, leave ordors nt Fuc- tory Olllce, drop n Postal, or see driver of our uonvory wngon. Wo keep (Hrallon kojpi ank 2-nllon deml Johna that uro loaned to cuRtomera for a term of six days. All orders promptly filled. O. HTOLT, liufilutwa Manager. Oregon Peach Bitters About eighteen years ago I received u hurt In my back from a pile of lumber foiling on me, and ever blnee had been troubled with weak kldneyH more or It; and the last year Very much. Through the recommendation of Henry Keene, I bought a bottle of II. Khui' Oregon Peaob Hitters and txrforo I had taken half the bottle I found' u great relief from It. I believe It to be a splendid remedy for the kidneys, and heartily recommend It for the same. - - J. H. rQRTBR. Aunuvlllfi, January 12, 1884 " A. IS. STRANG, No. D03 Commercial Street, SALEM, - - OREGON. -DKAI.KK IS- STOVES and RANGES Plumbing, Gas and Sfeam Filling. Tinware and Artistic Metal Work a Specialty. for the lablUbed In IW. X- Aaant nOVNTON COMPANY'S RIOIIARDSON A Pu rnaceH. Hfc- Followlng Is the list of letters re maining in the postofilce, at Salem, Oregon, March 28, 1S88. Partita call ing for them will please say "ad vertised :V All letters published as non-delivered will bo charged with one cent in addition to tho regular IKwtage, IIilon,.Mrx. A. It. IJrown, Kred K Cae, Illck Crawford ClirlHte. I). Kmuiott. Kdward (Imhm, CIih KT IlelglMle, John JIilKlK KhU) Joy, Alfred L JotieN, Mm Inn K M .Martin Mlw Carrie Slurry Ida MinmIIoHII MeDouald (j W r llmuuln. Robt. Hymen, Mn Lizzie Caldwell, Frank P Clary, John P Cox. Jim Kmlllne Denliam, Mm Li! KmU., iHnny (lixHlell.ClInt 3 Henllne, Anue Jolmvtou.Mr. A II Jory Caroline Knllit,J K Marshall, Mr Martin, A L Monwn.Orln MeCTuni.ThoK eejudrhuaHinayBr Qlander U iitw. Owen Phentee. JW rrterwH', 1. I'eykerBuvllbi RlBliardon Hlla Sliniwon L R W. II. ODKLL, P. Total aw Tho same being one delegate at large from each county and one delegate for every 150 voters and one for every fraction over one-half thereof, cast for Hon. IJinger Her mann, congressman, at the last general election. The committee recommend that the primaries lie held March .'11, 1888, and the county conventions April 4, 1888, unless otherwise ordered by the county central committee. llepubllcau electors and voters of the stale, wunoiit regard io past political aHlll. (ions, who bellevo in the American principle of protect ive larHI'and dignifying American labor, uiviii'f free, popular educa tion to the masses of tho people, efi'ectualiy piotcciing all human rights in eve y section of our com mon country, and who desire to promote friendly feeling and per manent harmony throughout tho state by maintaining u government pledgeil to these o!jjects and prin ciples, aro cordially invited to unite in selecting delegates to the rcptili lican state convention. Ilenpect fully submitted. Joski'ii Simon, Chairman. Tho KugliiiicrH' Strike. San Francisco, Mar. 120. Tho local division of tho brotherhood of locomotivo engineers yesterday re received nn official communication from tho east urging the brother hood to stand by the strikers. Tho olllcial epistle also stated that the brotherhood were determined to win, even if it became necessary to call out all tho western roads, and let the people judge up to the right or wrong of tho demands made by tho strikers. Tho brotherhood wore, advised also to hold themselves in readiness for orders to quit work. AViiiiIh to Slop Higher. Wasiiinhton, Marcli iiO. It is reported that Commissioner of In dian Allidrs .1. 1). Atkins will resign ids olllce within the next three months. Tho legislature to bo chosen in Tennessee next fall will elect a successor to Senator Harris, or that state. It Is Atkins' intention to ho a candidate for the NPimtit against Harris, and after resigning Ids ollleo ho will make a thorough canvass of t lie state. Tho I'liniTul Cortege. Toi.iido (Ohio), Marcli 20. Tho special train with the remains of Chief Justice Walte, members or his family, associate Justices of the supremo court and representatives of both houses of congress, arrived hero this morning. Tho remains were taken to tho residence of Klch. Walte, brother or tho deceased, to enable Mrs. Waite and other mem bers or the family to obtain a pri vate view. , A Young A eager, Camlinvilli:, (III.), March 20. William Wlneland was shot and killed hero to-day by his 12 year old adopted son. Tho father of the boy was murdered by AVlneland last fall. The ehilds motive was revenge. - 0IIKHEKKTK 11(1 m, AltUIVALS. FRIDAY, MAIICII .'JO, 1888. M. n In tfae Time Now that the Mlitico! campaign is approaching It Is seasonable time to suliMjribo for the Capital Journal. It will contain full roportH of all jtolltleal conventions, meetings and elections, and u cordial disciiwlou of theqiiostloim at luetic, and will le delivered anywhere In tho city for 1ft cunta jnir ,wuuk, or will Ik) wmt by mall for $f per year. Loavu orders at tills ollleo or with the route agent. J V Mason, K K Miller, Dallas; Stephen Smith, Aurora; Mr ami Mrs Hay, Hay's Landing; J II Johnson, A CSmlth, Wallowa, Ore.; Jno Pender and wife, City; Thomas Welch, Sllverton; J K Cook, St Paul; J W Davis, Sllverton, V C Hub bard, (Jervals; S J Kerr, Kairlleld; S It Habcrly, Sllverton; K A M Cone, Iluttevllle; Frank Wright man, Sublimity; J C McCrco, Champocg; X II Colilnluim, Hub bard; W II I lotion, Staytou; II J (Jrlm, Aurora; A O Conillt, (icrvals; It I) Allen, FA Itlnghani, Sllverton; J S Taylor, J C ltarnos, Hardy Little, J S Parvus, J M Drown, (Icrvals; I rvln.S (Jeer, F P Whlt lock, Mr Davis, Sllverton; F M ChccHinan, Chemawa; 11 V Oliver, Oakland; J F McKee, Pochonter; X V; K Small, Ilookford, MI; J V ihiuwiker, Pertland: W C Moore, St Loiiiu, Mo; L K Tucker, San Francl&co; l4 P Dcger, San Fnm clsco; II Whitney, I'hiladolphla; W HTindale, Pertland: FM Wood ard, (Jheinawaj F C Andoixui MiuiieaiKills; F J Painter, Portland. - hUl'REMK t'Ol'ltr. Halkm, March 21), 1SSS. Paulino Clark, up)., vs. Kiniiiu A. Mituhull et al. rtMM.; arguml and Hubmltted. IS. It. Wllllama ror ro sjKdiduntH ami F. A. IS. Starr for aj-IRjllants.