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THE CAPITAL EVENING JOTTBNAIi.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
TEUMS OK HUIfcSCIUlTION.
One year by mnll $5 00
Hlx months by mall !W
Throv' months by mnll 1 38
lr (k, delivered by cnrrler 1G
One yonr liy mnll $1 ft)
81x monttts by mnll 76
One year. If paid In ndvnnce - 1 00
Six months, If pnld In ndvnnce 60
For advertising roles npply nt this ofllcc.
who do not secure their pnper regulnrly
will notify this office, giving nddreiw, mid
the mnttcr will bo attended to nt once.
Ofllcc, corner Court nnd Liberty Stn-otR.
New Indian Agent.
A dispatch wns received lust even
ing by Geo. P. Litchfield of this
city, informing him of his appoint
ment as special Indian agent for this
district. Ho was not fully expect
ing the appointment, and it was a
pleasant surprise to him on receiv
ing the telegram. Mr. Litchfield is
a deserving man, and hh friends arc
glad to know of ills appointment.
We Must llnriy l'.
Albany has ulrea ly received a
part of the new machinery for her
woolen mill and expects to have the
entile mill in operation in a few
months. "Wo must hurry up our
mill cho Albany will have the honor
of being the first in the Held with
her mill, but the last in her bonus.
The work should be forwarded with
If there is anything outside of
poverty that should arouse the sym
pathy of the humanitarian, it is to
seo the half grown boy of some very
respectable family Mantling out on
the street corner with ids pants legs
cut off at his knees, a pair of thin
socks on and a large pair of Hat iron
shaped shoos adorning his feet, fac
ing the winter's blunt.
To-Mght's Kecejit Ion.
This is the ovening of the A. O.
U. W. entertainment at their hall
in this city. The program as ar
ranged is nn attractive one and the
evening will no doubt lie pleas
antly passed. Following the liter
ary exercises tho chiyniH of the
mazy dance may detain tho fantas
tically Inclined until a late hour.
A Mr Enterprise.
A syndicate of Albany and Cor
vallis mou has purchased tho entire
town plat of West Yaqulna, situated
opposite the docks at Vatpiina City.
Tho price paid was $15,000. Tt em
braces 1000 lots and an undivided
half Interest In seventy-llvo acres
now owned Jointly by the syndicate
and tho Oregon development com
pany. They propose to place the
lots on tho market (ids summer.
Th t racl Drlaj Muled.
If all has gone well the passengers
on the quarantined steamer Colum
bia in Pan Francisco buy were
this morning releawd, after an un
just imprisonment of fifteen days.
In a private letter Mr. Irvine says :
"What an outrage to treat a boat so
when they let cars laud one hundred
passengers for one that comes by
boat, and where thore is more dan
ger, too. The hand of therallway
1 companies is seen in this work. Of
course it is to their interest to make
It as unpleasant nnd inconvenient as
possible for passengers who travel by
Annual report of secretary and
treasurer of the W. C. T. U. of Ha
lorn for the year ending March 12th,
18S9, shows the number of new
members received to bo -15, total
number of members 80,' delinquent
on dues $12, amount of money
raised in year $0.".J.47, amount of
money expended in year $047.06.
The following are some of the ways
in which the amount wns expended:'
For lectures, rent and furnishing of
restaurant, temperance work in
state, half column in local paper,
diffusion of temncruueo literature.
supplying cofi'co to firemen.
The Taint Ilrnsli.
There are and will bo inure paint
brushes in use in Salcnt this spring
than at any tlmo since it bceanio a
town. There is nothing that adtls
more to tho prosperity of a town
than to see neat and cosy dwelling
hoii'-es as well as business houses.
Tills fact is realized by our towns
men and every owner of a dwelling
will sec that ids property looks as
well as that of his neighbor and
ere thosumnier months havoarrived
n wonderful change will be noticed
in the appearance of our city.
tin mini: I'or lltiiurs.
Tho highways, byways and rail
ways of Oregon aie filled with peo
ple looking for homes. Theestimted
population of Oregon will be In
creased many thousand more than
for several years, or rather since the
early rush to the state in tho fifties.
The wonderful clops Oregon pro
duces every year incite Immigration
and as tlieie is ninch unoccupied
land in the state there is no reason
why all who are seeking homes may
not find happy and remunerative
ones here, the greatest and most de
sirable agricultural anil fruit grow
ing state in tho Union.
Itqioiitrs Are but Human.
A great many people think a
nowspaper should have a page of
local news whether any tiling hap
pena'ornot. Deluded mortals! Lo
cal editors cannot make people
break their necks, commit suicide
or do any of tho other exciting
tilings that go to make up the ma
terial out of which tho local reporter
delights to weavo paragraphs. Al
A Public Park.
Tho Oregon land company, always
alive to tho best interests of tho
capital city, lias laid out a commo
dious tract in their popular River
side addition, which will bo convert
ed Into a public park. Already a
force of men Is at work laying out
driveways, walks, etc., and tlto park
Is sure to be one of the most coven
lent, as well as attiactlve in thot'ity.
There will bo a lino drive, witli
graveled walks, grassy lawns and a
grand view of the majestio river.
Wllllltie n.Nen .Minister.
It is announced that tho Cluis
tiau congrogauiou of tills city are to
haven new minister in tho person
of Rev. K. H. BIcafoose of Tacoiua.
Klder 1. II. IJurnolt, tho present
pastor, will occupy the pulpit until
June, when It is expected that the
now pastor will be ready to take
charge. Rev. Slcafoo-o has delivered
several addresses in the chuicli tho
past week and tho congregation are
well pleased with him. We welcome
him to our city.
'I lu) (let line at l..iM.
There arrived on the train from
Portland to-day a couple of gentle
men who came to this state about
ten days ago, going direct to Port
land. They wore not satisfied with
tho metropolis and came to Salem
to-day. They passed through here
whllo enroute for Portland and saitl
that as they passed through the city
on tho train thov were favorably im
pressed with its surroundings.
Sooner or later Salem will be t he des
tination of many of the west hound
Scarlet fever is taking a run at
For your Paints, Oils, etc., go to
Gilbert & Patterson's. d-lm
Warren Truitt of Dallas is in
Salem today, on legal business.
Painless dontnl operations at
Dr. T. C. Smith, 02 Stale street, tf.
II. W. Cottle is now a resident
of the city. He has moved into his
house on Commercial street.
Judge Shaw has been taking in
the sights of the city at tho river's
mouth, way down by the sea.
Joe Baker, our worthy towns
man, went to Coryallis to-day on
Wrlglifn Compound Extract of Snrsn
pnrllln can bo relied upon for nil blood dls
i'pos nnd skin directions. Hold by II. V.
Vox nnd u. J. Krye.
Mrs. o. P. Boardsloy Is over to
day from Kola. This Is her first visit
to Salem sinco before the slaying of
Here we are in March and new
potatoes form a part of the meal of
not a few of our citizens. Oregon
against the world.
An cflort is being made at
Brownsville to purchase the old ma
chinery of tho Brownsville woolen
mills and continue a mill there.
Death has relieved tho suffer
ings of the lad at Corvallis who
broken thermometer in his mouth
and swallowed a portion of the
Albany has organized a land
company similar to our Oregon
land company. They call It the
Willamette land company. The
capital stock is 20,000.
Gov. Pennoyer and Secretary Mc
Bride left tho city on the noon train
for Corvallis, where tlicv will at
tend a meeting to-day of tho board
of regents of tho agricultural college.
Wilght's lllnekbcrry Cordlnl, nn lnfnlll
bio remedy for the most obstliuto cases of
Dlmrlincii und Dysentery. Sold by ull
The Polk county court house
question will reach a solution on
Wednesday next. The commission
ers will then canvass the petitions
The overland train this morning
was very large and every car crowd
ed with immigrants from the east.
A great portion of them wcro destin
ed for Washington, but many
stopped at Salem.
Wright's Myrrh Tooth Soap gives Pen rly
Whlio Teeth, Purines tho llrent It. Prevents
Teeth fioui Decay . Hold by nil briigglsts.
BEAUTIFUL RIVERSIDE ADDITION
1 lie Aiii'iilnliiicnt of Olllrcis
When tho time had arrived for
Governor Pennoyer to appoint a set
of otllcials for Harney county, n
good sled cart load of corrcspon.
deuce was before His Kxcollonoy.
Of course all of these letters had to
lie read and their evidence put in
tho balance. It is a great task, and
an impossible one as well, to appoint
olllcers for a county and not have
some of them distasteful ton gieat
many. We can't suit everybody in
this world, haul as we may try.
One man's meat is another's poison.
.1. It. Stoddard, rcsp. vs. Hubert
Nelson, npp.; appeal from Multno
mah county j judgment of tho lower
court roversedand thocaiisc remand
ed for a now trial ; opinion by
A. N. Church, rcsp. vs. John Mel
ville, app.; appeal from Multuomalu
county ; judgment of tho court be
low atllrmcd ; opinion by Strnhaa J.
W. N. Wallace, roup. vs. W. A.
Scoggin, app.; appeal from Multno
mah county ; argued and submitted
Astoria has also been worked by
tho youthful boomer who got up u
Salem Mercantile Boview. Adver
tisers some day will learn that the
way to advertise Judiciously is to
patronize legitimate newspapers.
Tho resilience of Thomas Hub
bard, on Commercial street, begins
to "loom up" under tho skilful
touches of tho artist's brush. It will
present a flue appearance when the
woik is completed.
.KB. Bell ot Boscburg is In the
city, on a visit with his family. Ho
speaks of his natlvo city as about
to enteron a nice little boom. Ilor
water works will soon bo ready, and
a railway to tho coast will bo tho
Oregon offers untold induce
ments to tho Immigrant. The Wil
lamette valley Is tho best part of
Oregon. Of this garden spot Salem
is tho center. Tn Salem is tho groc
ery store of Squire Farrar, where
prices aro always low and goods as
Wilulit'H ltcd Cross Couch Cure Try It
nnd you will use noother. Jlcnllni;, nooth
liiKiindicllevort. Hold by nil druggists.
Elsewhere notice tho announce
ment of M. S. Binemau, who has
Just opened a neat and fresh stock
of groceries. Mr. Binemau invites
the public to call and sco him In his
new quarters on State street, in the
room formerly occupied by Dugan
Is situated just north of Salem, upon the banks of the Willamette. The
land lays HIGH AND DRY and affords a magnificent view of the river.
A GOOD INVESTMENT. .
Lots are selling rapidly in this popular tract, eighteen having been sold
during March. The purchase of lots here is a good Investment, as they
are sure to double in value within tho next few months, when the street
railway will run through the addition.
STREET CARS AT ONCE.
Riverside is to be placed at once in close connection with the city. The
street railway will be extended Immediately and will pass through this
popular tract. The Oregon Land Company has purchased 3100 feet of
railway iron which is now on the way here and the construction of tho
street railway lino will follow shortly.
GO AND SEE THESE LOTS
They must be seen to be appreciated. They are dirt-cheap and have a
a finer location than that of any addition to the city.
Improvements are already being made and before many weeks a large
number of now cottages will be under course of construction in this pop
ular and attractive suburb.
Go nnd seo these lots, make tho best investment of your life by purchas
ing some of them while they aro cheap, and you will make a home nnd a
fortune at the same.time.
The Oregon Land Company,
Salem, ----- Oregon.
dj Capital Jonrna
FINEST ADDITION TO THE CITY.
Wide Avenues, Beautiful Lay of land, Tull lots,
Magnificent Yieiv, and Perfect Drainage.
Corner Lots Only
Inside Lots Only
These are positively the best lots for tho money that can be bought ad
joining the city limits. The tract has been platted and there are 184
choice lots. Anticipate the coming boom with a
By Buying Lots In The
CAPITAL PARK ADDITION,
B. H. BELLINGER & CO.
They Also Have a
large list of real estate
Not advertised, which they offer at the very lowest prices, and .invito
every one having property for sale and all
Office in Armory Building, State St.,
SYMES-DAN1ELS. At tho M. E.
parsonage, Salem, on tho even
ing of Tuesday, March 20, ISSO.by
Ilov. W. Rollins, Harvey E.
Synies and Mls Ellen J. Daniels.
The Cheapest Newspaper in Oregon !
FUG - BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER
IN MARION COUNTY.
rm i r nnni
I A to
BANK BLOCK, UP STAIRS,
Still It Hon.
It will be a mutter ofouly a short
time until most any part of Halom
or Its suburbs can 1k reached by the
street ears. Iiihteud of only run
ning 1,300 feet northfroiu A.Grnnt'n
residence In Norlh Sulein, tho lino
will bo extended a, 100 feet further
on by tho Oregon land company,
which has telegraphed for tho Iron,
and It will reach here only a few
days short of tho other order. In
oxtendlugjhls lln, as tho Oregon
land eoinjmny jiropoMx to do, It
will nuike tho Hue run within
a few blooksoflhoHtnto fairgrounds,
and it is nov a certainty tint; tho
company will exlond the lino on
out to the fairground, to be uwd
only Sundays and during any tlmo
that travel require It.
Hit' lion Is (in tint Nil).
The Oregon land company order
ed by telegraph U100 feet of rails to
bo used In tho construction of the
extension of tho street railway
through their ltlvonddo addition,
and tills morning they received a re
ply from tho foundry stating that
tho mils) would bo hero within
fifteen days. This Iiimiivs the Im
mediate completion of tho line
through North Salem. And still she
booms. Conic to Salon and live.
A number of peiwoiis .living In
North Salem have complained to
tho JoiMtNAi. about boyn who are
doing some rokletfttshootlnglu that
neighborhood. The mtwiw oniric
near Injuring a mimlKir of portous.
Parontaof ttueh children should by
all nuMiM wo that there Iki no more
Thw lumber suipjHxl from Mill
City ftr (life wwk ending Friday,
MaroU i, vs sixteen our load or
SQ.W8 ftwt, ililpiwd tn Albany ud
1 las opened up a Fresh
and Clean took
S and QUKKNSWAUE,
GREENand DRIED" FRUITS
and in fmft ovurthiug kept in afirst
tilaw lirocory store. Cash paid for
I, Tli inilillo In toJtuJiiil Invito! t mill tuul
wM u. iKhmU ilallvnl fit.
Klle strmt, room formerly ixtip!l by
lttuu lliiw. !
Ei Piiov a
v i 5
Read Our Reduced Terms!
WEEKLY, one year, $1.50. WEEKLY, six months,. $0.75J
Now Read Our Discount for Cash!
WEEKLY, one year, f 1.00. WEEKLY, six mouth9,-,..$0.60
WAS THERE EVER ANYTHING EQUAL TO IT? NOW ROLL
IN THESNAMES, AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR
ONE-mHIRD OFF FOR CASH.
$1100 Excellent vacant lot one-half block from Capitol building.
$2100170 feet frontage on Center Street near East Salem school.
This week only.
$1000 Corner lot on Center street, near East School.
$1G00--Quarter block on Chemekete street. Centrally located.-
: MILL ADDITION :
Lots in MILL ADDITION; on Commercial and Front Streets;
Only six blocks from the Bank Block. Prices very low for a few days.
Street Railway construction on North Commercial street to begin at
once, which will pass through Mill Addition. An Ice factory is to be
located near this addition soon. Good water. Frontage on two sides.
Natural drainage. Choice building sites. Ask for prices.
-: QXJKEN ANNE ADDITION
Advantages. Sewers; street railway Hue; excellent view; large i
lots; central location; High and dry, nnd in every way choice building
property. $150 to $500 per lot, and- liberal rebate on completion of resl
I.A. MANNING RealEstateAnd Insurance Broker
-Gull und Son-
Popular Job Printer,
A T HIS NBW QUAUTMllH IN T1IK
1. vm mtVRn0 uuiiiiiiik'.
went i una uiihiiukwc nnH
Our Old Subscribers
Now In arrears aro urged to take advantage of our big discount, by set
tling old accounts and joining the grand timing of one dollar subscribers.
THIS IS NOT A SPECIAL OFFER
Hut a solid, pcrwntumt reductlou. W have come to tay.
TO ONE AND ALL
WYLIE A. MOORES,
Successor to MOORES & MANNING.
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
317 Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon.
LOOK HERE AT MY BARGAINS.
$2100-Good house and lot on Commercial St., lacing Marion Square,
for only a short tinio only. H '
$2500 House and lot on Church St. A more desirable location can
not bo found in tho city. Hard finish throughout.
sideS150rUer l0tS 1U Xrth Salm' nar Hu0 f trCet Rallway In
Good house and
of water. Well
e say. send im your names. If you want to take advantage of our "one
third oft for cash," and are not where you can get postal notes or other
eouvonlont method or remitting, Bend us your namo and state that you
Y if Wii opportunity. This will ensure your being placed on the
$2o0 4J blocks adjoining tho Woolen Mill site,
barn, house has eight hard finished rooms. Good well
set 10 fruit and fluo garden land.
$4500 Ton acres nn TTowoll Pwitm rnn.i n.itni..t.. t1ii.i .,.iui
to Salem. Good house and barn and largo orchard, small fruit etc.
$1750 Five acres on John Baker road.
$550 Quarter block on Commercial St., Smith Salem.
$800 Quartor block ir South Salem, goodioufro, orchard and barn.
. $425018 acres on Howell Prairie road lmltcs from town. House,
barn and orchard. No finer garden land around Salem thaa this place.
OOMT3 IN AND SEEJ M!B.