Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, March 07, 1889, Image 3

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About Advertising,
"Don't bellcvo 111 advertising,"
said an old-tlmo merchant ; "I have
advertised every year and see no dif
ference." "Pray, oW mucl1 do you sPeId in
advertising," was asked.
Oh, as high as twenty-five dol-
Iim ncr year,
"prodigious. Wonder It didn't
bankrupt you."
I have a lot of hats and shoes,
old-fashioned, I olll-r for less than
t to get rid of them. Hew they
nre yet, and have been for years."
.permit mo to say you don't know
how to advertise. I could get rid of
them for vou if they arc good and
cheap." , , , , ,
"They are. i win pay you uuuuiu
if mil net rid of them."
In a few days ho came in and con
fessed that the goous were an gone,
and that ho could have sold three
times more. In this case there was
liffintiltv because the articles
wore very, very cheap.
gome day some man will come to
Salem and seeing the way the mer
chants conduct their business here
.in,nnt. advertising will start a
boom that will rather surprise them.
Were one man to begin advertising
iu the right way he would, as the
saying is, take the cake. But' they
all seem combined to carry on busi
ness without competition. Several
wen say they are doing more now
than they want to do. Surely, this
is a prosperous place for Such busi
ness. Two Souls, Etc.
r; . r , .
'"T She was a b'ride a diminuendo
sort of a little woman who clung to
lier new lord with the tenacity of an
octopus. Everybody at mo uotei
"table pitied him and laughed at her.
'She and her hubby ate out of the
same plate, drank from the same
glass, and sipped out of ono spoon,
possibly to show their conjugal clin
gativeness. But ono day a gloom
overspread the entire house. The
model couple had quarreled. Tho
chambermaid reported the facts in
the case as overheard through an
intelligent key-hole. Ho has been
heard to assert his rights. "As long
as I have tho spirit of a man I will
reserve tho right to my own tooth
brush," he has said, and ono more
hopeless woman was ready to declare
marriage a failure.
Tragic Fate of Mr. Ityland.
An accident recently occurred at
Hawkesbury Bridge, Sydney, New
South Wales. Mr. Ityland, of
Messrs. Ityland & Morse, of Now
York, sub-contractors for tho erec
tion of the superstructure of
this great bridge, was walking
along the top of one of tho spans
when ho missed his footing and fell
iome fifty feet Into the river below.
Even as ho was falling a huge shark
was observed immediately below,
and tho unfortunate man had scarce
ly reached tho water when the mon-
sterseized him, and both disappear
ed under tho water, which at once
became tinged with blood.
Tho first waves of immigration
from the east and south have already
been felt. Tho railroads are head
ing this way with the utmost haste,
far-seeing capitalists foreseeing that
for tho future the Puget Sound
country is the laud of promise. The
east has had its day, the great
Mississippi valley already sees its
glory perceptibly fading; it Is the
Pacific northwest upon which tho
sun of prosperity Is to shine for tho
future. Certain parts of this region
are already feeling the thrill of
speculative demand, and other parts
are enjoying a steady movement up
ward in values. -The whole logic
of the economic situation of the
country to-day points to a prosper
ous future. Tacoma News.
Nearly fifty years ago president
Win. Henry Harrison went to
Washington to bo inaugurated ; ho
went by wagon, stage and canal
hoat. This week his grandson has
gone to Washington, in nPullman
car on the same errand. When tho
grandfather went to the national
(Capital to take oath of office It was
with the votes of 1,275,017 citizens.
the grandson goes with the votes of
1,560,702. Then tho country had a
'Population of 17,000,000 ; now it has
17,000,000. Astorian.
rfnvFranco and Germany a bank-
i)k8 Uflblo to be punished by lm
prTMnnieSHr it is found that his
personal expenses have been execs-
ive, if ho has lost large sums of
noney by cambllucr or stock ex
change operations If hfe has put
iccommodation notes Imgfroulatioii
stave off failure, or irWHasr fail
1 to keep correct and proper books.
Wi
right's lied Cross Coueh Cure will
pre CouRhs, Colds, Ilourrenetu, toss of
;olce,and all Inflamed conditions of tho
ones. BoldbyalldruorliU.
re
PHILOMATH ITEJIS.
Grant Smith formerly of Forest
Grove, has left town.
Base ball playing has ceased and
marbles is now the game.
B. T. Harris has moved into his
new home just out of town.
Farmers nre complaining of the
ury weather. Too dry to plough
well.
At the school meeting W. T. Bry
an was elected director and W. H,
Boles clerk. ,
Frank Wyatt has been having
very sore oves, probably tho ellects
of a bad cold. They arc better now.
At the Philomathic Literary so
ciety last Saturday evening it was
proven that men of thought had
ucen a greater benefit to the world,
than men of action.
Philomath has two general mer
chandise stores, a hardware store, a
drugstore, livery stable, blacksmith
shop, millinery shop, warehonse,
college, district school, and a post
office all iu full running order.
Also an empty calaboose and no
saloons.
Owing to this changeable climate, It Is
dlllleult to preserve n fair complexion and
our f.iir slbtcrs nro annoyed by roughness
or tho skin, chaps, red noso, etc. If
DUlaru's speclllc Is applied to the race and
lianas night and morning, a clear and
lealthy complexion can be preserved,
Portland, Oregon, March 23.
Sold by D. W. ilothows & Co.
WEEKLY MARKET KErOUT.
BULLING IUUCKS.
Shoulders.Sugar curcd.per lb,llj 12Jic
Breakfast bacon litoltc.
Hams Sugar cured, per lb, 10 18c.
Beef 8 12lc.
Pork 812J.ic
Mutton-fl UXc.
Veal 1012e.
Onions (a) 2c.
Cabbage 100c per dozen.
Tlmotny seed Per pound, 8c; selling.
Kcd clover beed Per pound, 12c
White clover seed Per pound, 20c. "
Beans 5c per lb., belling.
Oat meal feeling at 6 to 7c
I1UYING ritlCES.
Wheat 70c net.
Flour Per barrel, $1.75.
Oats Per bushel, 20 25c.
Barley Per bushel, 60c
Bran Per ton, $14 at the mill,
fcihorts l"er ton, 815.
Chop Per ton, 18.
Hop Quoted at 12c to 18c per lb.
Kggs 1213 per dozen.
Pomtoes Per bushel, 20c,
Corn meal 3c per pound.
Cheese 20c per pound.
Dried apples Per lb., 6c
Dried plums Per lb. 7bc
Dried peaches Per lb. 10c
Dried prunes Per lb. 10c
Butter 25 per pound for good.
Lard 14c per lb.
Hums Per pound,l515c.
Bacon sides 12J per lb,
Hhouiders 10c per lb. '
Chickeus.-SS3.50S5 per doz.
Hogs On foot 65i
Beef-On foot 3 8c.
NEW TO-DAY.
WANTED A MAN TO ENGINEER,
drivo logging team, cut logs and do
some farm work, and his Wife to board
two or three hands, without lodging, a.
house and Are wood furnished. Inquire
at this ofllc. lr.
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P. WILLIAMS. STENOGRAPHER,
. and Tynowi iter ConyiBt. Will make
reports of trials, etc; copying on typo
writer accurately and neatly done. Olllco
with I. A. Manning, Commercial St.,
Up
sunrs, new uanK imock.
W. P. RANKIN'S
House and? Carfiaja Painting,
Sicn writlntw Paper hSsKlng and
decoratimr. avail tintincfSlMl kal
somininir ofecuted in thoSuutest
stylo.
Experience! Workmen Employe
oaiiswciion uuuiaiueeu,
Call and see us beiore you let your
work.
AVEUSEERS
WANTED EVERY-
m
WHERE at homo or to travel. Wo wish
to
to
employ a rcllablo person in your county
tockupadvertisments and show cards
'Electric Goods. AdvertlBments to bo
nfVAtJ1rlft floods.
tacked up everywhere, on trees, fences and
turnpike, In conspicuous places, In town
and country in all porta of the united
States and Canada. Steady employment;
wages J2.80per day; expenses advanced:
no talKing required. Local work for all
or pattofthe time. Addesa with stamp,
JSMOUY & CO., Managers, 211 Vine St.
Cincinnati, O.
WELLER BROS.!
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.THE LEADlNG
-Grocer and Provision Stere:
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IN TIIE CITY OF SALEM.
Messrs Weller Bros., Invite you to
call and see the Immense stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Frulta, Etc.,
that they are carrying. Everything
the market affords Is always to be
found at their market.
aa-New Goods Received Daily ! -ts
Prices guaranteed to suit all. A
trial Is all weask tf you, Relieving
afterwards y.ou, .will share your
patronace with us.
Commercial Street, - Oregon.
PMit hop
ira?fl4U Commercial St.
MS SI.
Can furnish either Mesquite or a mixture
of Misqulte and Lincoln grass on terms
that'will nllow you to seed down your
farms at a cost of from 50 to DOc per acre.
Address.
T. C. JORY,
w2m d2v
Box 01, Salom.Or.
A.
K. STRANG,
No. 303 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
-DEALER IN-
STOVES and RANGES
Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
a Specialty.
XSf Agent
for tho RICHARDSON A
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished in 18191
The Best on Earth is Dllworth's
JAVA FLAVORED COFFEE.
It is ready roasted and only 25 cents
per pound package. For
sale by
ROTH & GREENBAUM,
(The Opera House Grocers.)
CourtSt - Salem
DAVID T. WILLIAMS
Proprietor of
Salem Steam Laundry.
SALEM, OREGON.
P. S. Orders by postal card prompt
ly attended to. Clothes called for
and delivered.
ADVANTAGES OF STEAM LAUNDRY.
1. It does its work thoroughly, however
soiled the garment.
2. It does its work promptly, as It is in
dependent of the weather.
3. It does its workharmlessly, not In
juring tho clothes by unnecessary wear
and tear, nor by the use of injurious chem
icals. 4. Its charges are most reasonable, con
sidering tho quality of its work.
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-To Exchnngr for-
LAND!
H O M B S
-FOR THE
HOMELESS!!!
12oo ACRES
OF-
VARIED LAND
-FOIV
Sale or Rent.
Quantity and Quality to Suit
Purchaser.
Lands near R. R. Facilities.
A GOOD CHANCE
For Particulars call at
This Office.
COFFEE! COFFEE!
ill
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
pound!
Hereitis! The Key to Success!
Success In Business requires preparation ! Therefore, thoroughly master
Commercial Arithmetic, Business Penmanship and Business Correspon
dence, Book-keeping by borli Single and Double Entry, the nature and
correct iibe of Commercial Papers, Commercial Law and Business practice.
Learn, also, Shorthand and Type-writing. Manifold, and Dictation work.
All these are needed In business, and are thoroughly taught by exper
ienced teachers at tho SALEM BUSINESS COLLEGE
Griswold's Block, Salem, Oregon.-
ADJOURNED !
-o-
The Legislature Has A.djou.riiecl to
Meet at trie
HOUSE
To Carry Home "With, them to their
Wives and. Constituents a
Part of the Immense
Steck: of
Dry Cools, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ik,
TThere Offered at Astonishingly
Low Prices E$y the
Capitol Adventure Company.
THE BEST STOCK OF STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT
R. M. WADK & CO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
AND MANY OTHER
Also a Complete Stock of Hardware and
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WM. SR0WN & CO.
IKALEKS IN
Leather and Findings!
CASH PaID for
Wools, Hides, Pells and Furs-
231 Commercial St., Salem, Or
Q O T S
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H O K S
NOW OPEN!
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
-No. 06 STATE
RELIABLE GOODS AND REASONABLE P1UCES.
Goods marked In plain figures. Itombmbor tho place and give us a call.
BAltfelrT F BODWFIvL,,
95 State Street, - - Salem.
wnimMiwunuBiMLiawvimm
Garland Stoves,
Charter Oak Stoves,
Brighton Range
LEADING STYLES.
Farm Machinery, Wagons ami Carriage
7m$x
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STREET-
iWoriissioxAi. CAitns.
T J. JKXXINGS P. I). S. DHNTIST
O ortlccln tlio New Hank lllock. Com
morcliil street, Knlem. Hlgn of the bis
tooth. aw
pHYSICIAN.-MUH. m. M. K. McOOV.
1 pliyslelnn mill surgeon, ling located
nticl taken iohhim (ier Squire Fnrrar'n
Kroccr' torr. I'hronlc diseases ft bihxv
laity. Consultatltiii free. ' 12-21dw
IJt.ACKSMtTIUNO.
NOTICE.
1.I. t.AHSKN,TIIi: ltKM AIir.K Wuroii
maker, lias immd tt !" Stnte stnvt, lmv
tlitf renmed hWslinn n o , 1 and.
Slid CutumciL'lal stieel, u i uoiint. ol I ho
election of the new bilek, Mr. l.aoii
will b-j plea-ed to s-ce hh old customers ami
as many new ones as will shaio their tv
tronago lth him, nt his new location.
All work guai.intceil. Next to bcrlber &
l'ohlc'.s shoji. 1-27-tr.
THE 0L1 RELIABLE
Dhii'ksnilth and Wagon maker, Jolm
Knight Is now fully established nt his new
qimilers on l.theity Stitet. Ho uses all
the. new irethodi In Ii.n ait and nmke.sa
specialty of diseases of horse's feet.
Krank Lyneh has ehaigu of tho nigon
department and does n general lcpalrliiK
business. These gentlemen aio too well
known for us u try stud recommend them
as Mr. Knight has been heic for 13 years.
lILACKSMlTlllXfi rml IIOllSESIIOEINt
SCRUM POHLE
iluvo moved to 17 nnd 41) Stato stieeU
whcio they aio now ready for work. All
our old patrons and friends nro Invited to
call and seo us In our new location. We
aio better prepared for work now than
aver having seemed mure room. 10-1-tC
BKACKSMITIIINO and WAGONMAKING.
TOHN 1IOI.M, Tim Ol.Vt IlKLIAHLR
J Hlncksmlth, has rcmoed his shop to
corner of Commercial and Chcmokcto Wh,
where ho Is ready to servo tho public. Hav
ing associated with him Mr. 1U llnnnoii.nn
experienced wagon-maker recently from
1'oitlaud, ho Is now pioparod hotter than
evcrtodo all kinds of wagon nnd carriage
inuklng and repairing; nil kinds of ulnclc
smltlilng and icpaliing, and a gcnernl
horseshoeing business, lie has all kinds
of shoes.stcel.trottlng, hand made, etc., nnd
llts them In a scientific manner, Siicclnl
attention given to tho construction of wag
ons and carriages. Hcmcmber tho place,
opposlto Stato Imurnnco building.
MISCUM.AXKOUS.
-:-E.S.Laiiii)ort-:-
TIIK HAUNISsS AX1) 8AD1H.K
ilAKKU,
289 Coiniiiorcial Street.
MHIiAMI'OHThas lust lccelvcd a Hue
llnoofslnglo and double buggy har
nesses. Ho always can les
THE LARGEST STOCK
Of buddies, whips, and everything pcitaln
Ing to his lino of lmslnuss;in tho slute, out
side of Port land;
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Itcpalrlng done with neatness nnd dlspntch
SALEM BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Ariangments havo been completed for
opening n fully and perteetly euulpped
lluslness College in Salem, lit duo tune.
Tho entlro upper Itoor of the I'Mrst National
Hank building Is to bo ro-arranged for the
school, with olllces, bank, etc., ior buslney
practice Instruction will bo given,
DAY unci EVENING,
In Hpolllng, Grammar, rciunnnntiln, Cor
respondence, Single and Double Kntry
liooK.Kcenlng.llanklng.Otllcol'rac-
tlco,
o, lluslness Forms, com-
nu'iclnl Ijiw.
Shorthand, Typewriting,
And other branches essential to a pi net leal
education The school will bo In charge of
two experienced and competent teachers;
ono for tho business department, another
for the shorthand department.
THOKOUQH WORK,
Will bo Insisted on from tho first, through
which the school expects to mnkou repu
tation equal to that of tho best. I)khcuii
tivr Ciitcui.Alt.3 will bo ready for distri
bution nt an early date. Kor further
particulars, address
HALKM HUHINK8H COM.EOE,
Bnlcm, Oregon
For Bargains
IN
Family Groceries, Provisions,
Fruits, Etc.,
GO TO
THOS. BURROWS,
Commercial St. Baleni.
Country produce of all iklndu always on
hand, Jf you havo not traded with me bo
fore, I respectfully' solicit u trial believing
I can suit you both in prices and quality.
RiNTING.
QNK OK TIIK I.AIIQKKT K8TAULIHH
inents In tho Htate. Lower rates than
. .irtland. Jjirgest stock Legal Illanks lu
tho Htate, a-d biggest discount. Rendfli
price list of Job printing, nnd cauiloriw ot
legal blanks, E. M. -WAITTi.
Htcam 1'rlntcr Halem Oregoa.
-Cult and See-
T. J. CRONISE,
Salem's Popular Job Printer,
AT HIH NEW QUAItTEnS IN, TUK
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