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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
BEST PAPER IN SALEM.
O-You will bo well plenacd Willi It.-
IT Wtltb UK
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
3-Tho Terms aro .Most RcnsonnblcKW
A r i,r
SALEM, OREGON, FBIDAY, APK1L 19, 1SS9.
First National Bank
WM. N. LADt'E, President,
DR. J. REYNOLDS, Vice President,
Exchange on Portland, Kan Francisco,
New York, I.ondon and Hong Kong
bought and sold. Stale, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
rcasonaDie rates. Insurance on such se
curity can be obtained at the bunk In
most reliable companies.
ESTAHLISHRD MY NATIONAL AUTHORITY
TlieCapM National Bank
SALEM - OREGON.
Capital Paid op, $75,000
Surplus, -.--.- 10,000
R. S. WALLACE, President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .---- Cashier.
V. T. Q ray , W. W. 3d art! u ;
J. M. Martin, R. 8. Wallace.
Dr. W. A.Cuslck, J. H. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or in store,
either In private graaarles or
State anil County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, ParlR. Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
New Store, New Goods.
M. T. RINEMAN
Has opened up a fresh and clean stock of
GLASS aad QUEENSWARE,
WOODEN and WILLOW-WARE,
GREEN and DRIED FRUITS
and in fact everthtng kept in a first
class Grocery store. Cash paid for
Butter and Eggs.
The public In poneral Invited to call and
see us. Atl goods delivered free.
State Street, room formerly occupied by
Dugan !ros. . . - ,
Fresh bread always on hand. Feed of all
kinds kept constantly In our store.
DR J. C: GILBERT,
In the Bank Block, treats all Chronic
MEN AND WOMEN
On strictly sclentlflo principle. His rjw
Medicated Vapor Batlls, Electricity and
Electro-Magnetism, Pure and Compound
Oxygen are not to bo had at any other insti
tution on the Pacific slope. Dr. Gilbert
NATURE'S OWN REMEDIES.
Offices and rooms especially fitted for the
accommodation and treatment pf ladies
with ladles bath In care of Mrs. Gilbert. Dr.
Gilbert confines himself to otttce practice
and Is, therefore, always ou hand to
wait upon his patients. Special atten
tion given to diseases of women and child
ren. Terms strictly moderate
::- BEST IN THE MARKET -::-
For sale cheap for casli or upon
the installment plan. For particu
lars call upon
No. 367 Winter Street Salem, Oregon.
mllE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
I Oregon State Insane Asylum Invite
sealed proposals for heating the state in
sane asylum with hot water. Plans and
specifications must be furnished by the
bidders. Plans of the building will bo fur
nished upon application toDr.Harry Lane
niedlcal superintendent, Salem, Oregon,
Proposals are also Invited for an electric
light plant for the asylum of 600 lights of
16 candle power each. Incandescent system
to be wired complete and ready for service
and subject to rigid test. The right .to re
ject any and all bids reserved.
Bids will be opened atSo'elookp. m. ou
Tuesday, May 7, 1&.
QKO. W. MeBRIDB,
G. V. WKHil,
Board of Trustees
WX. A. MCNLY, Clerk of IWrd.
Immigrants are Arriving and
NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST!
$900. 2 sightly lots on proposed street railway line in North Balein.
Very cheap and choice.
$600. " feet front on Front street running through 240 feet deep to
the river bank. For a -week only.
$2600- Elegant hard finished 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. Illuming
(spring. Elegant meadow on part of tract. $200 per acre. For a short
Lots in Capital Park addition, one block from State street, 5000 for
quarter blocks. $300 and ?100 for single large lots.
Lots in Yew Park, Queen Anne, Mill addition and University addi
tions. "6x130 near Asylum avenue; $300.
Real Estate Broker, Baiil Block.
Up-Stairs, Salem. Oregon.
THE RELIABLE GROCERS
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem.
Specialties in. Table Luxuries,
Fine Tea, and Coffee, Creamery
Butter, Cream Cheese, etc.
WE LEAD IN CANNED GOODS.
Remember the Place and Call.
SCRUM S POM
Salem, Oregon, have received direct
From Eastern Factories
The Finest Line of
DOG CARTS and
which will be sold at
Prices anil Terms to Suit All !
These goods 'are first-class and as their
stock Is very Uirpeu person cannna wniiv
they may wsh. Their warehouse on State
street In completely filled, and they have
another car load en route now. Ijook out
for them; soinciningnne.
BRIGHTEN YOUR HOMES
lly repaperlne nd decorating your red
deW. kr material . B toftaWMntt . W
riely store, wu winw. imo ...,v.v .,,.
and pattern Wu" ttipor. Horde und
Decorations, l'aper trimmed free of charge.
Anno line of
pf new (foods too nuinerous to mention
Variety Store, Commercial 8L, fetlein.
$75 tO vZQV worklliK for tw. Agenw
preferred who esn furnish -Howe and
IrtJiVhSir whole time to Hie bulie. .Spare
ftLnMM Co.. MWl Main L. Mebnwnd,
I N Il-Udlw employed aUo ver
, ...i.,.i ..iu.t wndinf lami for reply. Coipe
M...."- " - -- ,. , .. ,
tilrlc. Your for I
mc. ii r. , -v.
j)jy j igi
ONE PRICE TO ALL
We havo received direct from the
Men's, Boys' and
Hats and Caps,
Hosiery and Gloves,
Ladies' and Gents'
Wo shall offer them for cash
At Lower Prices
Than any house In the state. All onsli
buyers will save money by culling on us.
FORSTNER, TIFFANY & CO.,
SOT oommerelal Street, New ltenlc Illook
NEW LIVERY STAJJLE.
Gaines Fisher, Proprietor,
(tinier Kerry and Liberty streUi, N. K. eor
from CheweUjte hotel, IfclltHil, Or.
Good aeeoniinodHtloiiH for eommeroial
travelere. HrtJwrllw8yon Imnd
A IJwwl Cnp of (tH
Is a great mtmekHi for raitoMnw.
The eon urawn intra jinmumsii inv
I ill ten:
ent Ootm rtMimrln M
una or um ma&r
ThoiMMndtiofMmor Ufa MUif same
are .old evwy vMW. M ,f
and ineahi fi HMt Wi tmM W
Great AtliMUan or m
The Farmers' Store
This powder never vailc. A marvel of
purity, hticncth and wholc-mnenoss Jloro
economical than tho ordinary 'Inds.nnd
ciinuot be wild In competition with the
multlludooflow tost, short weight aluiiior
phosphate powdois. Sold only In cnim.
IOll HUNT.-In a fine locality, t.ecml
I' ..t .1.. ...n.itcl.n.l a.i.il nltl.n. i 111. ....
"- 1I11LI3 illi Until.. 1U..III-., vttllll .11,11 .71
without board. Kor lwrtlculais call upon
Win. S. Arnold, 387 Wintci htioot.
17011 SAUK. t KAUM OV :W0 ACUKS
I' nil under fence anil cultivation, In tho
bet range country of Kaslern Oicgon
Tho best chunco ever oftVii d for a man to
engage In stock rnlHlnir. l'or paitlculais
call on or niUlrosa
WANTKIl. A 1'aituer: n cncnHtlc
' young man.to taken hall Interest In a
well-o-tliltliod and sood-piiylin; Iims1iiph.
SAX) Ih roquircil. ilan must be a good
worker. Call or iiildrosK "W. M.," cnieof
1IIAVK some very good spcoiid-hiind
bugslesand bnrnohsthut 1 wlllsell cheap.
Come and scothom. Oaikim Kihuiui.
mBmmal. m 'W' ''.'
7 X JKNNINOS ED. H.-DKNT1ST
J Olllcolii the New Itank lllork. Com
inerclal sticot, Kalcni. Sign of the big
nllYHlCIANTMl&lffrff. M. K. JKCOY
I phVHlclau and surgeon, has located
and taken rooms ocr Mjulio l'arrurs
grocery store. C'luonlc dlscnu'B u spec
laity, consultation ficc. 13-21dw
T V. WIM.IAMH, HTKNOliltAlMIKlt
. and Typowiller Copyist. Will make
leports of trial", etc.) copying v tyno
wrllcraccunitcly and ncally dime. Ollleo
with I A .Manning, Commercial St., Ud
Htalrs, New Hank lllock.
1'cn.ons wishing to lmpiove their mem
ories or strengthen thuir power of attention
should send to l'ror Loslsetto, 2.17 Klllh
Ave, N. Y. for his prospectus post fice, as
advertised in another column. No 8, Mdw
LlVEl.OMIKNo. 18, I. O. O. K, meets
In Odd Kcllows' Hull upstairs. Oornei
Conimcrclal and Kerry streets, ecry Kat-
J.'1GUE(!(1. .IAS. WALTON,
Societal y. . N. 0
IJIJIIGRANTS LOOK HIM!
Having fanned In this country for os-cr
half a century, which gives us a thoiough
knowledgoof tho country, wo nowoller our
services to you In
and take pleasure In aiinounoltig th.it wo
hae a very line list of pioperly imm
which to select, eiiihnii'iiiK some ot the
Grain, Stock and Fruit Farms
In Million mid Linn counties, at nrlcosthat
cannot be dupllciUcI In llio Wlllamttte
valley. Other valuable property of vari
ous kinds offered at "bed lock" price.
Come and Sec and You Will lie Convinced
that we are ollerlng nil that we here cl.ilin
Coine by Narrow (Miiko nillway, or to
Turner and lake stage, (four miles).
Descriptive price list of farms and other
nrnimrlv sunt Oil aimHoRtlnil. IXlOtltlllg
two or moie families near nch othern spe
cialty. II. C. 4V J. II. 1'ORTER,
Ileal IilHle Anents.
Aumsville, JlHilon oounty Or. W-:n)
For the Public Good.
It Isanlndlsputuble fttct tiiat the hand
smet vwllliule trains that are now run
ou tliw AnverioHii continent are those on
the nurllnaliin route, leaving from I'nloii
(luiHttln Ienver, also M. KauT, limiKullute
ly on arrival of all through trulns from the
wt. Tlu; Dnri and keooHd eliUM oouelnw
are iruwnlfloent, the rrc lillng chair cars
suburb, the I'ulhiian liier extremely
luxuriant, and a Air thelnaaU that are
krvttd In thoM) paluue Itiirllnaton dluliiK
ornt-yiim yum. The next time you o
east to Kama City, CIiWwko or HI. Juils,
If you mention to the ticket aeiit that you
want your ticket to lead from Denver or
ut. I'unl owr the llurllnuum route, you
will net It. und ou will always be ulna of
'irvnimntliillit Northern or Cmuultan
I'acillc. the elegant VMtlbuIu trains of
The llurllngUm ltoui, oeir.eeu m. i-um
r.t . U I uilll uuibm m.
rtvr for a dltioe of Vti mWm, inidnt ,f ,lw miu.,w aurfaccH.
Wfflfftf&M I W will give out, hiiidred dollars
IWfe ii yir ticket mub via The fur any mm of dottfn- (ohuwhI by
BartllwUnllutefrim CIMlinerlieil.,wMrrf,) mt wo OH.lllot Cliro by
rer, you will . llirougli i all the ihrlvUvg ,),,"', i'Vi, ciittirrll Cliro. Build
cllle and t!'- lM-ai-d li whn noou- UKlllg 11MH I Hrni i-niu. duiih
i...!Vk....u.i.i... Hip IlRHi-t of t tin luntliwnl. fiir irulmu. frt.
for furtlu-r liiioriiiatloii an nt Jo A.C,
For chapped hands, roughness of
. the skin, pimples, or blotches of any
I kind on the face or other parts of the
j body, anply Duturd's Speclllc. it
i works like ningiu and is warranted
by the druggist. Sold by 1). W.
Itiuklen's Avnuii Salve.
The best salve In tho world for
cuts, liruteos, s-oros. ulcers,- sail
rheum, fever sores, letter chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
tojilw perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price lio cents per box.
For sale by Daniel .1. Fry, drug
gist. A Virginia man has patented a
devise for catching poultry.
Vo deslro to say to our citizens,
that for years we have been selling
Dr. Kimr's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Dr. King's New Life I'ills,
inicuien's Arnica aiveitnu j'jiectrio
Hitters, and havo never handled
remedies that sell as well, or that
havo given such universal satisfac
tion. We do not hesitate to guar
antee them every time, and we stand
ready to refund the purchase price,
if satisfactory results do not follow
their use. These, remedies have won
their great popularity purely tin
their merits. Sold by Daniel J. Fry,
Lyman E. Knapp, tho now gover
nor of Alaska, wns atone time en
gaged in the newspaper business.
Derangement of the llvoi covers a
multitude of ailments. In all cases
where the functions of the liver
are interrupted or disturbed, and the
bile, Its constant secretion, left cir
dilating in the blood, some disorder
will follow. Dr. Honlo.v's Dande
lion Tonic will restore the liver to
its natural duties and promote the
secretion of bile, thereby preventing
jaundice, dyspepsia, bllliousnessand
other ailments, hold uy w. w.
None Of the four now states can bo
admitted until after the election to
be held next October.
"The (hie Huns Shay,"
of Dr. Holmes, Is full of the genial
author's exuberant humor. Its fun
Is superficial and obvious;but more
is meant than meets the eye or ear.
The vehicle which ran for a hun
dred years and a day without a
break, .typilles a healthful human
body, "and represent! tho natural
term of its service. If, however, a
man has catarrahal, bronchial,
asthmatic or pulmonary diseases, ho
cannot live out half his days, unless
lie eradicates the scrofulous humors
whomv presenco causes these, local
troubles. The great blood-cleansing
alterative of Dr. l'leice, known
as the "Golden Medical Discovery,"
rids tho blood of scrofulous pollu
tions, and, by Improving tho nutri
tion, gives new vigor to the debili
tated system, and cures these dis
eases. Une(iialcd Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Indiana is said to havo more, poli
ticians in proportion to Its Inhabi
tants than any other stato In tho
Not ono person in Ilfty arrives at
tho ago of forty, who Is not troubled
with ltidnoy or urinary complaints
in soino form. To those- allllcled
with pain in tho back, non reten
tion of urine, nervous debility, pain
ful or suppressed menstruation, we
can ofl'er a remedy that has been In
constant use over twenty years.
Oregon Kidney Tea. This prepara
tion has doi e more for millcring
humanity than any other medicine
in tho market. Sold by I). W.
The Indiana woman who only a
short tlino ago was married for the
huvouth time is now seeking a di
vorce. A Snfo Investment
Is ono which Is guaranteed to bring
vou" sat Islactory results, or in caso
of failure a return of purchase price.
On ihlu uiifi iilmi von can Jin v from
our advertised druggist a bottle of
r. IC n ir's JNew 1) scovcrv lor uoii-
sumption. It Is guaranteed to bring
relief iii ovorv case, when used for
any direction of throat, lungs or
chittt. such as consumption, iuliam-
million of liimrs. lirouc.'iltiH. usthiiiu,
whooping cauh, croup, etc. It Is
iliuiHiint and airreeablo to taste, per
fectly safo and can always bo dc-
lHiiidod unon. Trial Dollies ireo at
baniol J. Fry'n drug storey
Dkaknisw Can't iii: Cuiihd by
local applications, as they cannot
reach tho diseased portion of tho
eurr There Is only ono way to euro
deafiiiMH, and that Is by constitu
tional reiiKxIli. DoafutiM Ih caused
by an iullamed condition of the mu
cus lining of the rustachiau tube.
When this tulx- gets Intliuued you
have u rumbling koihhI or imperfect
hearing, and when It Is entirely
closed deafnesH Is the result, and un
Ichu the inllumiuaU"ii etui bo taken
out and this tube rontored to IU imu
imil iKiiiilitloii. boarliiL.' will bo do-
stroved ferevcer: nine wines out of
in un; causal bv catarrh, which Is
I no hinif but uii iullHiiieil condltltm
JC J, ClIHKKV Co., Tolttflo, O,
fHnl(l by ilniggUt, 7(u 1m
LATEST BY TKIiEGRAlMF.
Slill No TiiliiiRs.
London, April 18. All lucomlng
steamers report having experienced
moderate weather, and having
hailed other side steamers almost
daily, none of which mentioned the
(Ire;;un lniii'uveiiieiit Co.
Nr.w Youk, April 18. The secre
tary of the Oregon improvement
company has declared a quarterly
dividend of ono per cent on common
stock. The preceding quarterly
dividend was at tho rate of it per
Not a True Hill. "
PoutiAm), April IS. Not true
bills were returned in the cases of
John Smalhnon, Linn county's
sheriff, anil ex-Sheritl D. S. Smith
who were charged with permitting
V. R. McDantels, defaulting post
master at Ilarrisburg, who had been
sentenced to imprisonment In the
Linn county Jail, to leave his place
of close commitment and walk at
will about tho city of Albany. It
appears that the information which
came before the grand Jury was ill
founded and hence the failure to In
diot tho oftlecrs.
Tho Great Oklahoma.
AiucANSAs City, Kan., April 18.
Captain Hays yesterday received
Instructions t'loni the war dcpait
ment to penult entrance into the
strip at 8 o'clock this morning. The
south biidgo across tho Arkansas
river is t ho most direct mute to tho
strip, being just three miles from tho
border. The road is narrow, with a
hedge on ono side and a wire fence
on the other. The rain had made
the mud hub-deep. Reforo dark last
night this three miles of road was
blockaded with wagons, and impass
able either way. Many families
slept in their wagons, which stood
up to the hubs in mud.
liuAiNinin, Minn., April 18. A
packago containing $15,000 In gold
lias mysteriously disappeared from
tho ollleo of the Noithern 1'acillc
express company in this city. Louis
Ilohman, night clerk, received from
tho train at 1:11 a. in. yesterday,
four sacks ot specie, supposed to con
tain $10,000 each, in gold, and two
containing $3000 each In silver, the
money to bo used In paying em
ployes of tho road. Ilohman says
lie carried all the specie Into tho
vault and turned the combination,
and half an hour later discovered
that ono of tho bags of gold was
missing. He immediately notified
his superior. Ilohman Is regarded
as honest and faithful.
Cheney's llig Fire.
Ciii:ni:y, Wash., April 18. Tills
morning llio was discovered in tho
general merchandise store run by
O. Duller it Co. Tho tiro apparatus,
on being brought out for work, was
found to have been tampered with.
Wooden plugs had been inserted in
tho hose nozzles, and before they
could be removed tho lire had gain
ed such headway as to be beyond
control. It swept down Main street,
and tho (lames destroyed fully half
of the beautiful city. Four hotels,
two drug stores, three groceries, a
dry goods store, livery barn, live
saloons, bakery, barber shop, Hod
oil's hall and Reunion's hall, seven
residences, and other small build
ings ami olllccs were devoured by
tho Humes. Flans are under way to
erect four or live largo brick blocks,
and work will bo commenced on re
building as soon as tho ruins can be
Gray's river, six miles back of
Vancouver, is fairly swarming with
cattish. They aro said to come from
u supply placed in .Silver laky some
years ago, ami llio iiiko overnoweu
allowing tho llsh to escape to the
river. If tho fact becomes establish
od there- will bo quite a number of
(lulling party pilgrimages to that
river, Just to renew acquaintance
ship with the native tlsh of (ho
Mississippi valley streams.
David HwlugMild tho other day
that ho understood that President
HarrUon luloudod to make u Jour
ney to Now York in George Wash
ington's carriage, "and 1'vo been
wondering,'1 continued tho profo
tor, "whether thU vohiolo was tho
hack which George look to tho fa
mous cherry tree."
The oldest man ou rovord dlud In
Ohluagooii the 0th of March. His
name' whs Daniel limku, and ho
was 111 yetirn of ugutuiuordlng to tho
rUtntr of vltl statUI!",
Miss Carrlo Gleason has been de
tained from school this week on ac
count of sickness.
H. V. Epley went to Portland
Wednesday to visit friends and
spend a few days in tho metropolis.
Miss Stella LeCorum departed
from the woman's college Wednes
day for her home in eastern Wash
ington. Miss Hansce was absent from her
class a few days tho llrst of the
week. Members of hcrclasses heard
Geo. II. llruce, anold thnostudent,
was seen around during the week.
He will begin teaching school next
Monday at Mt. Angel.
The University band has com
pleted the organization and report
W. E. Furry as president, N. M.
Newport, vice-president and Levi
Magce, secretary and treasurer.
They expect their instruments in a
few days and will begin practicing.
The usual activity is manifested
around tae University in the way of
gathering llowers for herberg, and
collecting specimens for geology,
geological map drawing,, with the
preparation of orations by those who
Tho Phllodorlan society at 'their
meeting this evening will discuss
tho question, Reselved: That Mor
luouUm should bo abolished. The
debate will bo opened on tho affirm
ative by S. W. Stryker, on the neg
ative by O. N. Nelson. Tho society
does not allow tho interest to drag
nor do they permit any question to
pass without being thoroughly dis
cussed. Dr. Houghton concluded his
series of lectures, which have been
givenat the University, Wednesday,
tho last lecture being a description
of tho great pyramids of Egypt, ami
his visit to tho colossal ono at
aiilzeh. His subject or the Tues
day evening discourse was "Woman
and her works." Tho lecturer dealt
at some length on woman's political
rights. While his opinions may
conllict with some, yet tho sublet
was well discussed and linn argu
Sowral (lood Halo.
Dorrcnco Dros. aro tho purchasers
of two lots in Capital park for $.100;
Mrs. L. McGregor of two for $700;
Mr. Wills, lato of Ohio, of 148 acres,
near Mt. Pleasant, at $10 per acre;
and a gentleman from Pennsylvania
of a farm near Hubbard for $2100.
E. II. Delllnger & Co. made tho
Mutter In I'robufn.
John Calvert, admlslrator of tho
estate of Peter Schartmoh, (lies his
bond in llio sum of $10,000, which is
PAima Jhoanh lies off tho Texas
shore, near tho mouth of tho Rio
Grande river. It was the theatre ot
tho dual act In the history of a peo
ple whoso birth and death aro sur
rounded by a mystery which, In all
human probability, will never find
solution. There the remnant of the
ouco powerful Caranchua tribe
yielded up-lts breath, but how or
wlujn no man can tell. Over -10
years ago a Texas ranger named
Reld, a member of Hen McCulIoch's
noted baud, visited the Island to see.
If any remnant of the tribe could bo
found, but, beyond tho massive
bones and skeletons, ho could find
nothing of va'ue.
The custom of tho Digger Indians
In California has always been to
cremate their dead. Tho llrst funeral
of an Indian by burial from tho
neighborhood of Hmartsvlllo took
placo a day or two si nee. They were
of u girl who was one of the fifth of
six genoratlMiis In which they wero
living specimens up to two years
Thorndyko Rice, the new min
ister to Russia, is positively tho
youngest man who has lioon sent to
represent this country on a (lrsU
class mission. He was born at Dos
ton 35 years ago.
Tramps from this country have
become so numerous In tho city of
Mexico, It Is said, that thoy havo
become a great nuisance to Ameri
cans residing there.
President Harrison Is said to If
deaf on tho right side. A good
many people ou the loft sldo have
also failed so far, to makothomselves
ThoSOth of May, Decoration Day,
has appropriately been selected as
tho day for dudluatlng Goneral Mo
myliand's monument at Trenton,