Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, January 29, 1889, Image 3

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BVENINQ CAPITAL JOURNAL
TIV.VNSI?dKTATioN.
THE YAOUINA ROUTE.
SEW ADVEnTlSEMKNTs.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD J
And Oregon Development company s
ste.unslilp line. 125 miles shorter, 20 hours
less time thim by any otliei loute. First
class through passenger unrt freight line
from Portland nnd all jwlnts In the 'Wil
lamette vallev to nnd from Snn Francisco.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays
Leave Atbnny 1:00 I'M
Leave Corvnllls 1:10 PM
Arrive Ynqutna 5:30 PM
Lcao Ynqulnn 6:15 AM
Leavo uorvums - - iims A M
Arrlo Albany 11:10 AM
O A C trains connect at Albany and
Corvnllls.
The above truing connect at YAQUISA
with tho Oregon Development Co's Line
jfStcn-iishlps between laqulna and Snn
Francisco.
, SAILING DUES.
STEAMKItS, FHOJt SAN FRANCISCO
Willamette Valley, Thursday Dec (1.
Willamette Valley Monday " it.
Wlllametto Vallev Sunday " so.
STEAMERS. FUOM YAQUIX A.
Wlllametto Valley Wednesday Dec. 12
Wlllametto V.tfley Monday " 21
This company reserves tho right to
hnngo balling dates without notice.
X. U. Passengers from Portland and all
Willamette Valley points can make close
connection with tho trains of the
YAOUINA ROUTE at Albany or Corvallls.
and if destined to San Francisco, should
arrango to arrive at Yaqulna the evening
before dato of sailing.
rawengcr ami Freight Kates Always the
Lowest. For Information apply to Messrs
HULMAN & Co., Freight and Ticket
Agents 'JOO and 202 Front st., Portland, Or.
r C.C. IIOGUK, Ac't Gen'l Frt. &
Pass. Agt., Oregon Pacific R. K, Co.,
Corvnllls, Or.
f! H.IIASWELL, Jr. Gen'l Frt; i
Pass. Agt. Oregon Development
Co., SOt Montgomery St.;
San Francisco, Call
TIME TABLE RIVEIt DIVISION.
Tho elegantly equipped steamboats, Win
M. Iloag, Capt. Geo. ltaabc; tho N. S.
Uentley, Capt. J.JP. Coulter, tho Three
Sisters, Capt. IV. P. Short; are In service
for passenger and freight traffic between
Corvallls and Portland nnd iutermcdlato
points, making three round trips each
weelc as follews:
NORTH ROUND-Leavcs Corvallls Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 8 a. m.
Arrives at Salem Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at3 p. in. Leaves Salem Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. m. Arrives
nt Portland Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day Rt 3:30 p. m.
SOUTH 110UND Leaves Portland Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday nt 0 a. in.
Arrlvcs'at Salem Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 7:15 p. m. Leaves Salem Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday nt 0 a. m.
Arrives at Corvallls Tuesday, Thursday
Saturday at 3:30 p. in.
For frelghtand passenger rates apply to
tho captains and pursers of tho respective
boats, or to W. M. Darling, ngent, 200 and
202 Front sticct, Portland; Gilbert Hios.,
agents, Kalem; I.M. Adair, agent, Albany
U. A. JMiuer, gum, loorviuHS' or louie geu
eral freight and passenger agent, Con allis.
O. & C. trains connect at Albany and
Corvallls.
F. W. BO WEN, Superintendent.
Win. IIOAG, General Manager.
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EDUCATIONAL.
Silki Evnninir SpIim
SALEM, OREGON.
MURPHY BLOCK,
Comer atinmerclnl and State SK
Opens January l-iili, 1SS9.
S. A. RAMH.E,
l. B. MKI!S,
I'rinripal.
Secretary.
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HAPPY NEW YPVR T() ALL.
Thu Capitol Adventure Co. was
incorporated in March, 1SSG. Their
principal business house and nillr.-
are in tho Opera House, double cor
ner on Court nnd Liberty streets
Salem. They do a general merchan
dise business, and in connection do
an auctioneering and commission
ousincss, buy and sell real estate,
cattle, horses ami also act as nii-
praisers, administrators, assignees
and accountants. They have ex
perienced help that are competent
to act in all the above capacities on
short notice, The best of references
can be given ns required, nnd bonds
lunuy amount necessary. Tiioy nave
given the best of satisfaction as ap
praisers and assignees.
The Capitol Adventure Co. ha e,
for the short time they have been
in business, shown to the public thai
they are doing a legitimate business,
Worthy of their patronage. Among
their patrons you will find the best
farmers, who exchange their pro
ducts to them for their wares; the
mechanics and laborers, who know
the value of u dollar, and where to
invest it: also the refined and tal
ented people go there for their
elegant wares. Tlic immigrants soon
find thpmsplvps to linmn nt tho
nivirn limtcii pnrnnr fiw tin. rimcrm
that the Capitol Adventuro Co. hell
fr-nut inn tii f wmitv-ll Vfi iini nntif
cheaperthan any other house in the
ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL
state, for the t'ullo-,- inn re ioi's;
First, They buy from first hands
in large quantities. They snvo the
profits of tho middle men. They
snvo in freight. They also have tho
advantage of buying bankrupt
stocks, and ah-o very often reliable
merchants who are pushed for funds
sell them tlit'bfet of goods at twenty
to thirty percent, discount for cash.
Second, Thoy have leased the
elegant Opera House building for a
long time for almost nominal rent.
They have the most commodious
and best lighted store rooms in the
city. They carry n full and com
plete stock of dry goods, clothing,
luils, boots and shoes, ladies' anil
gents, furnishing goods, jewelry and
silverware, notions, stationery nnd
cutlery, groceries, In fact a general
variety such ns are usually kept in a
first class store. The Capitol Ad
venture Co. is about the only firm
in Salem that tries to command the
farmers' trade by buying all their
merchantable product's, nnd they re
tail the farmers' products the same
prices they pay, thus saving to
t''o mechanics and laborers from
ten to twenty per tvnt. for tins real
necessaries of life. Therefore the
C .pltol Adventuro Co. aUs for the
continuance of tho public's patron
age. You will Unit them nt the
Opera Houso corner, Court and
Liberty streets, Salem, Oregon.
Eugpae Willis, S. Fhildmaj.,
Secretary. .Manager.
&TMWlTflmilimLBHflf
Overland to California
VIA
Southern Pacific Company's Line.
THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE.
Time between Salrm and San Francisco
Thirty-six Hours.
CALIFOHNIA KXPIirSS TRAIN HUN DAIIAr
UETWKEN 1'OUTl.AH) AJU a.
"BoutE
iM p. m.
6:41 p. in.
7:13 a. in.
IjV,
Lv,
Ar.
Portland
Salem
San Fran.
Ar.
Lv.
Lv.
1-NorthT"
10:15 a. m.
7:S1 n. in.
7.Q0p. in.
B
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LOCAL FASSENCIKll TRAIN ( DAILY EX-
CEIT SUNDAY).
800 a. m.
11:10 a. m
2:10 p. m
Lv.
Lv.
Ar.
Portland
Salem
Eugene
Ar. I 8:45 p.m.
Lv. 12:52 p. in.
Lv. l'.OO a. m.
T
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PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
For accommodation of second clas
passengers attached to express trains.
neetlon with nl) the regular trains on tho
Enst. Sldo Division from foot ol t street,
Portland.
M Side Division. Between Pertland
and Cervallls:
DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY)
T
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OPT S
fSL o O
it SjCP, x- J) 1
H O E S
WM. BROWN k CO.
-DKALUltS IN-
t tfl n . in
12:25 p. m,
rev:
Ar.
"T-ttniTil A"
Corvallls lv.
'6:20 p. in.
ISM P. m.
' . . ill - 1 J ...III.. .it,fP, witS
trains of Oregon Pacific Railroad.
ist via California.
enst
M'ilNVILE EXl'REfW TRAIN (DAI LY
EXCE1T auni'Ai;.
TSTpTifiT Lv. ltartland Ar. I M-'
kuu p. m. Ar.MCMinnviiim'v-1 u..
Pn. ..!, t.rnmnnn romirdinST rates,
maps, etc., apply to the Company's agent,
Balem, Oregon. .. .. . ,
f. V. IIOGE IS, Awt, U. f. anu i."j"
vv. JVUrIiljH,U( ......--.
Oregon Railway and Navigation
COMPANY,
Columbia River Route.'
Leather and Findings!
CASH PaII) FOJt
Wools, Hides, Pelts and Fur
231 Commercial St., Salem, Or'
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CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries.
1 lln,, . II ,. U.n .'.kvtlAlld Al IWW
am and 1 p m dally. Tto We to nu "o
prinoiimi iKkiuUln tht unll k-'-
u ana Lurope.
ELEGANT fULMAW PALC Cdfc
Kmsgnint 8lesptn Dpi mn lrourtl
ttspwtai taiiucwi
AHA
COUNCIL BLIFP
aidn. rOJ
F"' of Chargo ami it cut CbM.
"nInxtloll'orttalHfr4'lr,
i .-i- and liicet 8oun4 t4Bl.
"' rt ir rtlcuUr inqiiiw ft '
Mnm. . IlKen, of th, coM.pry
6n,n "'" " '
A. L. KAXWEU. O. V.A-l
H- H0LC0MB, Gi.erl Mf naer.
rni r w-eip-iai. : .cArry"J?HS
i r w i J mat iwi'n
Those who have used it'
"Vnor
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m '. V . fiTn YtTn
KUKKLL A OOVKB, IWl.tJ
1WVVIWVU,VW.
, t m i be dIcaauj1 to inform
CdVu vouiuiu
Nothing butPraise
hut viMir IrvmmtkMiB r
xx&m -L rrf
twving oo
DrunrinU.
VlwUii, CM."
I, I .id you not only X"L.Jui
t Wi i Ht"Ul II jrunW..u
hue dow. who 2!J2I?1SS
S3l.taja Convince You
and one of ttwmart anmatatm
dMCrilHkiiM.
SANTA ABIE
ani.i iir t. w.um i -
n W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
SNELL.HFITSHUiWOODARO.WhdesaloDeooL
Boys and Girls.
Tho school will own on tlie 'Jltli
of t-cptemlwr. TlioroiiKli InMrno-
lion In tlio prlinnrj- nnd
mi,lnMl
English Branches.
LATIX AMI ELEMENTS OF MUSIC
-In ooiiim-
TKKMS nnd flirt lior Infornrntlon mny l
l'ndounpplicmtloii tn
tKV, P. It. TOST,
Cor. Cliemekctn nnd btnteSis.
s-'-utr
WILLAMETTE
UNIVERSITY
(IrndimtosStudcntH In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, Business, Law,
AND
MEDICAL COURSES.
It Is thooldo.t, lnrKtt nnd lenst ox)en
she Institution of lmrnlnt; In tliu Nurtli
wost. Solimil oikiis tlmt Minuliw In Sontoinlior
Send for nitulogni) to
TIIUN. VA.N MTOV,
l'riwldcnt.
I": , Ktilein, Ongon.
SELECT SCHOOL.
w
Miss Knox
Will continue Her School for the en
suing year at the LITTLE CENTRAL
SCHOOL BUILDING, Cor. Church and
Marion Sts.
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC!
Williiiiiftio University.
Mot sua i'tfiil mjIiooI of miulo on th
IlirtllWMt OOHNt. AlMHIt
150 STUDENTS LAST YKAIL
ConrM In
lJlnro, OrK'in MlntflnK, Violin,
llHrmony, unci Oountur-
point.
I)liloniHon NMiiiiMkHi ol nmnw.
TtMclierw l. I'Hrvln. 1'rnnkle I.
Jonw, 1'vnCox. AmiUiiI.I.iiIu.M.HiiiUIi.
rtwt tofm llni Mommy, rtpltinir
M, 1H. Hnd for iwUtlonu. l'or lurllittr
liarUcuUm Hddrmw
1 X.M. IAItVIN,
Miuiml ulroetor, HhIdiii, Ur.
x-n-dtr-wit
A. IS. STRANG,
No. MM CiHiimratMl tHrt,
KALKM, - - OIUCaON.
-BKAI.MH If-
STOVESand RANGES
riubiBC, C ui SUm Fittiig. '
Tinware and Artittlc Metal Work
a Specialty.
uMUbl la um
Aid
DARING
DEEDS.-
THE CBOM f ill I00KS tf iDYENTTae ,
Cm4mmm4 Imim M VmWfo.
PIQNEfi
HEROES
jbrlhrUHoamirmttunmol Mi lb bro
eipbxrn and IMUw Min with In-'
41mm, iHiiUara and viM km: over out
hlr nMiniry .tlotniU Mftlwt Uiij l
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-TO TllK CITY OK HAI.I'.M.
V.VXIU'YX AXI) STl'JIP. I'liOl'lt'S.
The GILT EDGED Investment!
Tho only olioliv bultilliiic lots In tlio niarkot. In tho olty
liiiilts'. KiMiitiiiKoit
STATE, COURT AND aUttMEKET!?t SrPS.
-o-
Sowoiti luttl tlmuigh tho tmet with Ti nlrwuly to wuuoot. Street mil
wv will imixs tho lots in n very whorl Uhh. Thohlghiwt, (lryoKl,pruttltet
!im lHt homo spot In Snlom. In Hiol theneHru tho . ..
ONLY .VACANT LOTS IN TlilUTIT LIMITS,
OFKlillKO KOKSAl.K.-
lteliiB only four block from tho Stoto itipltul, nour tho jmbllo Mthool,
nonr the tlepot iind.neHr nil other public bullilhiKs.
They Front on the Main Thoroughfares
-Of tho citv ninl tuv in uvory wiiy ilenhiibio loU.
Title Perfect!
Full imrtleulurs by eivlllnjr on
MOORES & MANNING,'
!117 CoiiiinciTinl StiTt'l,
Who aro solo iionla for the 8iilo of thew lotn
Corrcxponilenco rejiiinliiiK thew, nnd other proportion, of which wo
lmvo n oholeo list, is sollolteil, nnd will receive prompt iitlentlon. n&W
TUB BEST STOCK OF STOVES
IN THK CITY IS AT
R. M. 'WAID'B & CQ'S '
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
Garland Stoves,
Cliarlor Oak Staves,
llrigliton Itango
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES,
Also a roniplclp Slock of Hardware and l'auii Machinery, Wagons anil Carriage
DwTcHrs7
SODAN
TIII2 COW UIIANU. TQ MAKE
DELICIOUS BISCUITS or WHOLESOME BREAD
USE
Dwight'sGow-BrandSodacrSaleratus
ABSOLUTELY PURE.
ALWAYS UNIFORM AND FULL WEIGHT.
Da lure that tbera la I'lctura of CVu tin jour ilige mil you -will lurn
tho Uat BwU UiJ. 'Jim COW IlItANI).
6WTGrTtTs7
J. W. CRAWFORD,
tifrmtfty "
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STKA.M AND WATKIl J'lIMB,
SfcttWI HH1 '11 H W'HfH, !' IIM HH
l'UWIMI.
MAjiurAaruuKHQP
HOWARD UltOTIIKKS
Gowal llouu Moling, lliitii !
Ilqairiag.
Ofw un hi CAfirAi. juvmmai. mfae
will rvwlra atMHllou. -U-tt
Tin, Conner, and
Sheet Iron Wnre!lJlf fWl Ull).':1!
261 Caomrcial St., fcilwn.Of. jum. amii.ki .'. "-i ""
Tvl.lvl. MEAD,
PRACTICAL CUTLER
filing Sawt a Specially-
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