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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
BEST PAPER IN SALEM.
IT fflt.t, IIK
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
3-You will be well ple.tsod with lt."
awThe Terms nre .Most ltcBsoiinble-Sft
SALEM, OKEGOT, TUESDAY, APH1L 10, 1SS9.
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WSl. N. LADUR. President.
Dlt. J. RKYNOIjIM, - Vice President.
JOHN MOIK, Cashier.
Excnauge on Portland, San PrnncKo,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property ni
reasonnoie rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained at the bank In
most reliable companies.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUT1I01UTV
SALEM - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up,
K. S. WALLACE, President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .- - - - Cashier.
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace.
Dr. W. A.Cuslck, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Pat ton.
To rarmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or in store,
either In private graxnrles or
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on Now York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, uerllii.
Hong Kong and Calcutta. .
New Store, New Goods.
M. T. RINEMAN
Has opened up a frcsli and clean Btockof
GLASS and dUEENSWARE,
WOODEN and WILLOW-WARE,
GREEN and DRIED FRUITS
and in fact everthing kept lu a first
class Grocery store. Cash paid for
Butter and Eggs.
The public In general Invited to call and
Gee us. Atl goods delivered freo.
State Street, room formerly occupied by
llugan Bros. ' .,,,
Fresh bread always on hand. I ced of all
kinds kept constantly In our store.
DR. J. C. GILBERT,
In the Bank Block, treats all Chronic
MEN AND WOMEN
On strictly scientific principles. His new
Medicated Vapor Baths, Electricity and
Electro-Magnetism, Pure and Compound
Oxygen ara not to bo haat any other insti
tution on tho Pacino slopo Dr. Gilbert
NATURE'S OWN REMEDIES.
Offices and rooms especially fitted for the
accommodation aud treatment of ladles
with ladies bath in care of Mrs. Gilbert. I)r.
Gilbert conn es himself to otrtce practleo
and Is, therefore, always on hand to
wait upon his patients. Special utter,.
Hon given to diseases of women and child
ren. Terms strictly moderate.
J::- BEST IN THE .MARKET -::-
For sale cheap for cash or upon
the Installment plan. For particu
lars call upon
No. 367 Winter Sired, Salem, Oregon.
mllE BOARD OP TnOSTHM OP TIIK
1 Oregon State Insane Asylum mutes
sealed proposals for heating the state In
sane asylum with hot water. Mans and
specifications must be furnished by the
v.T. ii.i.nrtiin building will be fur
nished upon application to Dr. Harry Lane
medical superintendent, Salem, Oregon.
Proposals are also invnu -
light plantfor the asylum of 600 lights of
16 candle power each, incandescent system
to be wired oompleteand ready for wwvlee
and subject to rigid test- The right .to re
ject any and all bids reserved.
Bids will be opened at 2 o'etoek p. m. on
OHO. W. MeUHIPE,
G. V. WEBB,
Board of Trustees
Wx. A. MVNIA', Clerk of Board.
TheCapital National Bank
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NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST!
$900- 2 sightly lots on proposed street railway line in North Salem.
Very cheap and choice.
$600. "o feet front on Front street running through 240 feet deep to
the river bank. For a week only.
$2600. Elegant hard flushed house, with 2 lots and a good barn on
High street. Very sightly place, and in good neighborhood. Worth
Twenty-eight acres very choice property, adjoining town. Running
spring. Elegant meadow on part of tract. ;?200 per acre. For a short
Lots in Capital Park addition, one block from State street, ?G00 for
quarter blocks. ?300 and $400 for single large lots.
Lots in Yew Park, Queen Anne, .Mill addition and University addi
tions. 75x130 near Asylum avenue; ?300.
Real -Estate Broker, Bank Block
Up-Stairs, Salem, Oregon.
THE RELIABLE GROCERS
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem.
Specialties in Table IyU.2cu.ries,
Fine Tea, and Coffee, Creamery
Butter, Cream Cheese, etc.
WE LEAD IN. CANNED GOODS.
Remember the Place and Call.
-To Exchange for-
A GOOD' CHANCE
S-PorirtleHlarsil at this oflle
! It is generally eonled by pliyatetan
'thai-buut onVlHiir of Ihe jiupuUtkui w
I 1,2 U.Tlted M?l- r -ulfbWijcfrom In-
dteesllon ami Dyspepsia. Ilurrted eling
itonotoodare the prlm-l-! oue. Dr.
Wrinhfs Hop tvieruurt t'liamolle blt
ten. S5-liiiiii- by the .. the
n.nnent h-ieluns. Invlgorat ni
Stlmul-llng-ml not luu.xl.-atlmi. twW by
"It seems to me," remarked ono of
our citizens tho other clay, "that
physicians nre allowed extraordinary
licenso in the manner in which they
jugglo witii the welfaio of thoir pa
tients." "Now hero is Dr. who was at
tending Mr. up to tho timo of his
death, and if ho treated him for one
thing ho treated him for a dozen dif
ferent .disorders. First tho doctor
said pneumonia was tho trouble ; tlion
,. ...'. ....,,;.... MM. or, 4l,n n,i.
l Will i:HMliiijiT tun. itufi wu ,j-
tlent was dosed for heart;troub,o, and
so on until just before he died it was
ascertained Unit uisaaso of tho kid
neyJ wu.i the real trouble, and that
wlndi lud been at first treated as
pneumonia, consumption, heart dis
ease, etc., were but the symptoms of
"But then it was too late.
"This isonly ono case In ahundrcd,
and I am beginning to loso faith in
tho doctors altogether. In fapt I
haven't had any need for thoir ser
vices since I began to keep Warner's
Bafo Cure in my house, a littlo over
three years ago. Whenever I feel a
littlo out of sorts I take a few doses of
order, and will eradicate any diseaso
that may he lurking thero. Had
Mr. followed a similar course, I
have no doubt that ho would be allvo
to-day ; but of course all peoplo don't
"One thing is certain, however,
and that is the doctors are allowed a
littlo too much freedom in tho way
thoy havo of pretending to know
that which thoy really know nothing
about. If thoy don't know what is
the real trouble with tho patient,
thoy should admit it and not go on
and experiment at tho cost of the pa
BRIGHTEN YOUR HOMES
Ity repaperlng and decorating your rosl
.in I',,- inufj-rliil i to frenl s r-
rlety Bore, who curiiM the lat style
ami patterns In Wall I'aper, Jiorqent tiu
Decorations. l"apr trimmed free ofcUwife.
A fine line of
always on hand, health-) ta aatnrHuent
of nw goods too nuieo to roenUMi
Varhjly Bum, GBfwrW St., Sataw.
it, confluent that tho sourco oi an dis
ease is in the kidneys, which I know
Warner's Kafo Cure will keen in good
This powder never vm lex. A man el of
purity, stiength nndwholcomenci. Moie
economical than the ordlnniy "MiuN, mid
cannot bo Mld In compititlun with the
multitude of low test, slurt weight nluiu or
phosphate powders. Sold only In onus.
ltovAi, Baking t,owi:itCo.,10ilVnlI.N Y
BO Ft HUNT.- In n fine locality, several
L ulnnli' Oirnlvlipil vrwima mlhni' ultlini
without board. For partlculuis call upon
Win. S.Arnold, 307 Winter street.
rtOHSAI.B Agood pony, cart.
V and some valuable books. ,1
A good pony, In Idle and sad
o sold io.isonnl.iU'. Por lur-
I' die will bo sold lcieouuble.
Iculnrs call at I,unn : Brown's store on
17011 SALE. A PA KM OP .TJU AC11K.S
L' all under foneonnd cultlMitlon, lu the
best rango country nl I.mteru Oregon.
Tho best chanco e er oflVrcd for a man to
cnmieo In mock raising. Por purtlculiirs
call on or nddipst
WANTED To lea o a small building lot,
II rativcnlonttn business, with nrlvllego
of purebasc. Innulro nf CAi'ir.vi. Jouunai.
for "B." 3-2IW
WANTKD. A I'urtncr: An energetic
young man to take u half Interest In a
well-established and good-paying business.
S200 Is required. Man
worker. Call or address '
nusi ne a goon
W. SI.," caieof
1IIAVK sonic very good seeond-hand
bugglesnnd harness that I will sell cheap.
Come and sec them. Uaimh Pismku.
T J. .IKNNINOS I). I). H. DUSTIST
J Ollleo In the New Bank Block. Com
merelal street, Salem. Sign of tho big
nnYSICIAN.-MUS.DIt. M. 13. McCOY
1 physician and surgeon, has located
mid taken . rooms over Sinilro Pamir's
grocory store. Chronic discuses a spec
laity, Consultation freo. iS-Sldw
T 1. WILLIAMS, HTKXOOKAl'IIKH
I . and Typewriter Copyist.. Wlllmuko
viMirts of trials, etc.: convliig on type
writer accunitely and neatly done. Oillce
with I A. Manning. Commercial St., Ud
stairs, New Bank Block.
Versons wishing to improve their mem
ories or strengthen their powcrof attention
should send to 1'iof l.oslsctto, SM7 Pirth
Ave, X. Y. for his prospectus post free, as
advertised In another column. No 8, 8tdw
OLIVKLODOKNo. 18, I. O. O. P., meets
In Odd Pclhfws Hall upstairs. Cornei
Commercial and Perry streets, every Sat
urday nt 7::!0 p. m.
J. T. ailKOO. JAS. "WALTON,
Secretary. N. O
A (loud Cup or Coiree
Is a great attraction for ii rosmurant.
The eoileo drawn fiom Hcllonbraiid's Pat
ent Coll'eo receiitncle Is ono of the moiiy
Oroat Attractions oi ins oaiing ixiriont.
Thousands of ciiim of his oxeelltnt colleo
in o sold oyery week. Ana ns fur oysters
and monls he cannot bo equaled In I lie
$75 to $250 i
. MONTH can bo iimdo
oikluif for us. Agents
ni-efrrrcil who in 11 llll'll HI .1 llOlW! Illlll
gl votholr whole time to tho business. Bpaio
moments may be profitably employed uho.
A few vacancies In towns and cities. II. ! .
Johnson & Co., 10UU Main st.. Klchmoiid,
N. II. Ijidles employed ulso. Never
mind about sending stamp for reply. Come
quick, Yours for hi, I). P. J. A to.
NEW LI VERY STADLE.
Gaines Fisher, Proprietor.
Comer Perry and Liberty streets, N. K, cor
from Cheiiiekete hotel, Salem, Or.
O)0(l Rccominodallnns nil- commercial
travelers. Plrst-cliisa rigs always on hand
REEDS OPERA 1 10 USB.
Tliurstlii.v Evtiniiig, April 101 h.
Uraud return engageinant of
J A i J ft
Boston (Juintetlj in.
Me-srs. Job u K. Hliodas
obu K. lUiodw, iHuil entie,
ffeo-e-el, 1 ul Htoevtri and
lenberg aid Hit Aoaie car.
11 err usoar lien ci
The Quintet appear -here
autntees or ine cupiuti taiy Na tor iumr
tt Rnilr-iilinr urn-imB-i.
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3l-Jl il; gallery T lfiti mMfrd
miM WtltMMlt extra clwrfja t rWIOH's
UpK itor. or from mmMti w tl) IsjHd.
Tj. Kuhn returned this inoriiliig
E. M.Wrdto went to Portland
this mornine; on husinef-.
C W. .Tnmcs of .Ineksonvillols n
visitor in tho elty to-dny.
A. 15. Seal of the city of Albany
arrived in Salem tlihuuorolng.
Al English and wife of Sulillin
Ity nre the guests of friends in Salem
Mrs. X. lirown and daughter
.Tosio came down from Eugene this
T. IJutherford, nu enterprising
stock man from Marlon, was in tho
Ilev. A. H.Hrown took this after
noon's train for Voitland. Ho wlU
Miss Hill of Albany arrived in
the elty this afternoon, and is stop
ping at Dr. .Tosup's.
C. Weller or Weller Uros. took
this morning's train for Portland.
He goes on business Interests.
Hew P. S. Knight was at Cor
vallis Sunday, where he preached
In tho morning at tho dedication of
tho new Congregational church.
O. P. Beardsley of Eola went
over to Dallas yesterday evening on
n legal errand. Ho came to Salem
this morning and is at present In
this city. '
A. "W. Vow let's mother, his
sister, her husband and little
daughter, arrived In tho elty from
Michigan to-day. Mrs. Fowler is
qt ite old.
Maj. Win, Manning of Cnnyon
ville, accompanied by John Kitz
miller, ids father-in-law. Into from
East Tennessee, spent yestcrdayiind
last night with Maj. Manning's son,
Tsaac A. Manning, on Chemekcto
street, and left on this morning's
train for Portland, whero Ma. Man
ning goes to attend the United
Slates district court as a grand juror.
LOUAIj SUMM VKY .
Tho circus has gone but tlte big
horse still remains.
Painless dental openitiousut Dr.
T. C. Smith's, !) State street.
TJio rain to-day stopped tho
work on tho Yew park street rail
Wright's lllacklierry Coidlal should bo
In every family lor cholera liifutiini, sum
mer disease, etc. Pleasant to take. Sold
by all ill uggHts.
Myers' addition when platted
and placed on the market anew' will
bo known as Fair Mount park.
Wright's Myrrh Tooth Boap dentll'i lee of
t Ho ago. cooling, migrant, ueniii " iiuuh.
Sold by nil druggists.
During the past six weeks tho
Oregon land company lmssold nearly
seventy residenco lots in Salem.
Wi leht's lied Cross Cough Ctiro will euro
that tiroKomo cough. (Iiiaianteed fo glo
satisfaction. Bold by alldiugglsts.
On tho Jth n general celebra
tion of Odd Fellows will bo held,
marking the seventieth year of the
Mrs. Humphrey, who keeps a
boarding hotiso nu Court street near
tho river, slipped last evening on
the porch and broke her left arm
above the wrist.
Thos-o wishing to take a course
in the Unglish brunches, book-keeping
and stenography will do well to
attend tho Salem business college,
rjriswolds block. Apply for terms
Wright's Compound Uxlmetof Hirsiipii
rllla l" blood-making, blood-cleanilng and
health-restoring. A euro for scrofulous
and nil eruptive dUwises. Sold by II.
Cox and D.J. Pry.
No matter where you roam you
should not allow It to escape your
forgetfiilnoss that tho place to buy
groceries, pure, truuh and cheap, Is
ut Squire Fiirmr's. Kvorybody knows
the plee. Follow the crowd and
you will ooiiio out all right.
WrlalitN Hop Celery and Cliaiiimoiiille
Hitter ii reliable ton le, appolloriiiuUpn
rlenU Invigorates tho digestive orgiris
mil prvenl dystepli. Can b relied
upon. om iy ii. "
There are many people who
oouie to Oregon, stuy a Tew inontliH
Mini return to their old home, mid
toll all their nelghliorw of grand old
Oregon Mild how cheap Squlro Karrtir
of Salem twll llr-t-oluf- groeerle.
Thoe nootilo know h gooil country
when they mo It, hik
good houiu Hiid (wo
east aide school on pie.
and Hftvr a snort
wood house Hiid (wo full lots near
ttaui aide wliotil on piety hill for ,
no witlev tttrma: ami new hoiitte
ou" wullp . , , ., c- i ... r,
and two I it- In BHith bHlem for
1800. UAm lu nil the MliillioiM huh
fumm In vwy dlrwtlon, U !
flfi Statu Street.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Important Events of the Whole World
for Twentv-fotir Hour..
A Coal llmnlU'i's' Strike.
Clkvbland, Ohio, Apiil 15. The
coal handlers, who last year was
p.dd fourlecd cet.ts per ton, deman
ded sixteen this year, while tho em
ployers reduced the price to twelve.
They struck, and this morning with
sticks and stones drove tho new men
from all docks, causing a complete
suspension of business.
(In to Oklahoma.
Kansas City, Mo., April 15. A
special from Wellington, Kansas,
says "Pawnee Dill" wos in that
city to-day, eomplotingpreparnllons
for the invasion of Oklahoma on
April d. His colony numbers
several thousand, and will Mart
from Miller's ranch, just south of the
btate line, on Thursday- morulni;,
and will locate at once and tile
afterwards. Soldiers have lieen
withdrawn from tho state line, and
posted around Oklahoma. Constant
streams of wagons pass through
San Fuaxcisco, April 15. A
London special to a local paper says:
"Tho ingenuity of the women of
London and Paris lu inventing new
dissipations is without limit. To
the morphine habit the devotees of
sensationalism have now added the
practice of smoking tea cigarettes.
Special grades of the llnest tea arc
used, and the elleet of the cigarette
Is said to be dellghtltil fur fully an
hour after one has been &mokcd.
After that comes the reaction in the
form of ti nervous trembling and ex
citability which Is best endured,
according to a woman of title, who
rather goes lu for all these things,
by drinking u thimbleful of frozen
A Cowboy llaiik Itoliher.
Cur.YKNNii, Vyo April 15. This
afternoon a young fellow riding a
spirited horse stopped opposite the
Commercial bank, dismounted and
entered, throwing tho reins over
a hitching post. Ho walked directly
to the window of tho cashier. Tho
fellow was as polite as a drummer.
He smiled as his shooter mammoth
machine swept tho lnelosuro Inside
tho desks mid rested on a level with
tho cashier's eyes. "Ho Inquired,''
says tho cashier, "If I would behind
enough to hand him about all of tho
cash on hand, I counted him out live
hundred dollars in gold and bills.
This seemed satisfactory, and my
visitor was profuse In his thanks.
Seeing a Winchester rllle near the
vault, ho demanded the weapon,
which ho placed against the outside
wall, placed tho revolver lu Its hos
tler, lauded in his saddle by a leap
from the ground, and, putting spurs
to his horse, was oil'."
Ho made good his escape and was
at once hotly pursued by u posse of
armed aud determined men.
Tliiiming tint White Caps.
Evanhvii.i.i:, Intl., April 15.
Tho White Caps, untenilled bv le
cent iiroscctitlons, and rather em
boldened by tho release and ae piit-
tal of a number of tho band, have
commenced freh depicdatlons in
Warrick aud Duhoiso counties.
John Ainsford Is a Hoad Supervisor
In Madison township, Dubolse coun
ty, and one of his duties Is to Im
pound stray hogs. He received a
notice from the WliUo Caps In tho
regulation style to tho olleet that
Home of the hogs he had Impounded
wero the property of poor peoplo,
unable to pay the fines, and If the
hogs wero not promptly lelcased ho
would be visited and compelled to
btirroiidor them. On Thursday
morning at 1 o'clock Alnsioni was
awakened by ii body of twenty
masked men, who demanded the
' Ho refused to give them up, and
tho men proceeded to go through
Ids promise. He wiiruid them to
dUIsi, anil when thoy disregarded
him ho opened tiro with u double
barreled shotgun, wounding two at
tho first shot. Tlio Whlto Caps
hntncdluloly returned tho tiro
through tin windows of the house,
wou.iilln n young hoii of Ains
ford. The old man took down a
bivoe of soven-slKMitors utter dis
charging Ids gnu and continued to
injur lend Into the runU (,f hit) u
Kulluntu. The luttur, after dlecharx
Ing their weapons, rotreMttal, iKtiriug
thrwof their wouudsd aoiurtwlwi nut
I of ths yard..
No Xcws From Sea.
Ni:w YoitK, April 15. Still there
Is no news of tho missing passen
gers and crew of the Thlngvalla lino
steamer Denmark, though several
steamers arrived to-day.
CoiCToN, April 15. Two coaches
of tho overland train which passed
here this evening were filled with
negro Immigrants from North aud
South Carolina, en route to Northern
"Washington, April 15. It is sla
ted here that John Swlnford ex
governor of Aluka, is organizing a
syndicate of moneyed men to con
test the Alaska commercial compa
ny's claim to n renewal of the lcaso
of the fur llsheries in Alaska.
Turn in a Sawmill.
McMinnvilli:, April 15. Ivan
Powell, a young mini working at
Jones's mill, was killed at that
place to-day. While standing over
the saws, oiling them, his coat was
caught, and lie was thrown from
his position on tho circular saws,
which had just started and were
running At the rate of about sixty
revolutions. Ills arm struck tho
saw tirst; then he fell on Ids neck,
severing the jugular vein and cut
ting deep Into his neck. He died
twenty minutes later.
Onklnnd's Had Water.
Tho .louiiNAi.'s correspondent at
Oakland, Cal., has this to say about
Oakland's poor supply of poorer
"Lest any one will think my re
mark about the water used by the
public heie to be unjust I enclose
this clipping from the Times of
Oakland, from tt report of (ho pro
ceedings of the local board of health:
'Dr. Pardee said ithat thousands
of strangers were driven away from
Oakland by the horrible water, and
many tilled drunkardsf graves
rather than be. poisoned by our
water. Ho believed in showing up
tho water company. West Murtin
said that ono of tho water company
had seen him and said that thecom
imny felt a change ol heart and was
willing to give tho public n cluuigc
of water. He said t lie board had bet
ter wait, but Dr. Crowley assured
Mr. Martin that this was only a
favorite lio resorted to by tho water
company, which professed ti desire
to bo honest every time of a new po
litical deal. He had been lied to
that way and nothing overcame of
it. Ho got three big bottles full of
water out there at tho works, and
many of tho specimens of animal
life therein were larger than tho
microscope ami too large for tho
niieroucoplsts to view at all. The
water committee was ordered to dig
up tho water question and give tho
company tho benefit of ti thorough
"It may be practicable- to supply
this peoplo with other water, but I
doubt it iniloss tho companies go
hack to tho highest ranges of moun
tains. Hud as It is, the supply Is
often Insulllclent. lllg sheds are
built to catch the rain and run It in
to the pond or slough whence conies
tbe main supply. It must soon hap
pen that thero will come ii water
famine. Tho San Francisco water
is no better to the teste and I doubt
If It bo any better in reality. And
as thecetintry around the sources
of thofco btipplics Inercabosln popula
tion ono must shudder at tho possl
bllltlesof filth and poison drained in
to tlio ponds that furnish tho drink."
Tho Pi-went Status of the Hustle.
It may not boa matter of much
moment, hut it is u fact that while
Mrs. Harrison herself wears a generous-sized
bustle, Mrs. MoKoo and
Mrs. Uusoll Harrison are following
tho tido of fashion and wear littlo if
any. Mrs. Hlulno still clings to tho
loved possession of tho samo kind,
while Miss Hlalne, win so street
dresses aro stamped with all tho
quiet elegance of Continental good
style, Is not hampered by either tv
bustle or reeds lu tier dross.
Two or throe woeks ago C. S.
Winsor Mcurctl a salmon egg from
tho hatchery and placed It lu a tea
cup of water in thestoro. IIosoou
forgot it, and it remained unnoticed
for over it weok, when ho happened
to think of It, aud on examination
found that Instead of tho egg ho had
a lino plump young wumon. mo
littlo fellow Is quito gay and frisky,
and is growing feo fubt a good-sized
bowl will soon be required to hold It,
-Gold Itaiali Gazette