Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, April 30, 1889, Image 1

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BUR it POIILE,
Snlcm, Oregon, have received direct
From Eastern Factories
The Finest Line of
CARRIAGES,
PHAETONS,
SPRING WAGONS,,
STAGE COACHES,
MOUNTAIN WAGONS
SKELETON WAGONS,
DOG CARTS and
OTHER VEHICLES
which will bo hold at
Prices and Terms to Suit All!
These goods "uro llnd-cHss and us their
stock Is very largo u person cun find whnt
they may wsh. Thcl- warehouse on State
treet Is completely filled, and they have
another car lo.nl en route now. Lookout
for them; something fin?.
ONE PItlCE TO ALL
Wo have received direct from the
Manufacturers a
Completes to cK
OK
Staple Goods,
Consisting of -
Drv Goods,
Men's, Boys' and
Youth's Clothing,
Hats and Gaps,
Hosiery and Gloves,
Ladies' and Gents'
Furnishing Goods.
Wo shall otl'er them for cash
At Lower Prices
Than 'auy hout.o In the state. All cash
buyers will save money by calling on us.
FORSTNER, TIFFANY & CO.,
297 commercial Street, New Bonk Block
Salem, Oregon.
DR. J. C. GILBERT,
AT HIS
sanitarium:.
In the Bank Block, treats all Chronlo
diseases of
MEN AND WOMEN
On strictly sclentlllo principles. His new
Medicated Vapor Baths, Electricity and
Electro-Magnetism, Pure and Compound
Oxygen are not to be had at any other Insti
tution on the Pacific slope Dr. Gilbert
uses only
BOTANIC MEDICINES
NATURE'S OWN REMEDIES.
Offices and rooms especially fitted for the
accommodation and treatment of ladles
with ladles bath In care of Mrs. Gilbert. Dr.
Gilbert contl es himself to oirico practice
and is, therefore, nlways on hand to
wait upon his patients. Special atten
tion given to diseases of women and child
ren. Terms strictly moderate
Consultations Free.
S-21-d w
PIANOS!!
THE
::- BEST IN THE MARKET -::-
For sale cheap for ' cash or upon
the Installment plan. Also a good
piano to rent. Call upon
. WM.S. ARNOLD,
No. 367 Winter Street, Salem, Oregon.
Proposals Invited.
mllE BOARD OK TRUSTEES OF THE
J. Oregon State Insane- Asylum Invites
sealed proposals for beating the state in.
sane asylum with hot water Plans and
specifications must be furnished by the
bidders. Plansof tho building will be fur
nished upon application to Dr. Harry Lane
medical superintendent. Sulem, Oregon.
Proposals arc also Invited for an elecirl?
light plant for the asylum of COO 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-
J ect any and all bids reserved.
B Ids will be opened at 2 o'clock p. m. on
Tuesday, May 7, 18.
SYLVESTER PENNOYER,
GEO. W, McBRIDE,
G. W, WEBB,
Board of Trustees
W. A. MUNLY, Cleric of Board.
lev Ire
m
lie Farmers' Store
P. E. HOOVER.
FAIR
South Salem
Here Stretches Out Before You
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Of which entrails tho beholder with
TRANSCENDENT
Kange ilraws out its serpentine length, while along it at intervals rise up like grim sentinels till the while and
weird SNOW-CROWNED PEAKS of the great northwest, their heads extending high m the celestial vault.
Tho river goes winding northward "like a silvery ribbon wide," and on every side are elements :f beauty.
Lovely drives are being laid out and graded through the shady elevation and altogether tho nite is a grand one
for elegant homes.
The Willamette Investment Company
Have the exclusive sale of this beautiiul addition. Lots will be sold on the installment plan. This Company
also have a large list of choice city and farm property, 5, 10, 20 and 30 acre-tracts adjoining Salem.
BfetSMouey to loan on farm and city property, insurance in reliable companies. iM5 up-stars, Moores1 lllock.
First National Bank
SALEM, OREGON.
WM. N. LADUE. -Dlt.
J. REYNOLDS,
JOHN MOIK, - -
- - ; President.
Vice President,
- - - Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. Stale, County and City
warrants bnueht. Farmers are cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonable rates. Insurance on such se
curity can be obtained at the bank In
most reliable companies.
E3TAHM3HKD BY NATIONAL AUTHOUITY
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- - - OREGON.
SALEM
Capital Paid up,
$75,1)00
Surplus, ...--.- 10,01
It. S. WALLACE. - - President.
10,000
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President. .
J. II. ALBERT, ;- - - - Cashier.
DIRtCTORSl
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace.
Dr. W. A.Cuslck, J. H. Albert,
T. McF. I'atton.
LOANS MADE
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or in store,
either In private graaarlesor
.public warehouses.
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
COMMERCIAL PAPER
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
Hong Kong nnd Calcuttu.
New Store, New Goods.
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R1NEMAN
Has opened up a fresh and clean stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
WOODEN' and W1LL0W-WARE,
VEGETABLES, SYRUPS,
GREEN and DRIED FRUITS
aud In fact everthing kept in a first
class Grocery store. Cash paid for
Butter and Eggs.
The public In general Invited to call and
seeus. Atlgoods delivered free.
State Street, room formerly occupied by
Dugan Bros. ,, ,
Fresh bread always on hand. Feed of all
kinds kept constantly In our store.
NEW LIVERY 8TAI1LE.
Gaines Fisher, Proprietor.
Corner Ferry und Liberty streets, N. E. cor
from Chemekete hotel, Silem, Or.
Qaod mcimmoda I ns for commercial
traveler. First-da, rigs always on band
Charges reasonable.
TheCapital National Bank
SALEM, OttEGOiN, TUESDAY, APE1L 0, 1889.
O. B. EDGETT.
MOUNT
IS LOCATED ON
bewildering admiration and wonder.
it and
Values Gomin
mmigrants are Arriving and
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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. 75 feet front on Front street running throujrh 240 feet deep to
the river bank. For a week only.
$2600- Elegant hard finished bouse, with 2 lots and a good barn on
High street. Very sightly place, and in good neighborhood. Worth
seeing.
ACREAGE
Twenty-eight acres very choice property, adjoining town. Itniining
fcpring. Elegant meadow on part of tract. $200 por acre. For u short
time only.
Lots in Capital Park addition, one block from State street, $000 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.
ISAAC A.
Real Estate Broker, Bank Block.
1 Jp-Stairs, Salein, Oregon.
THE RELIABLE GROCERS,
KELLER k SONS,
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem.
o
Specialties in Table Iuxuries,
Fine Tea, and. Cof.fee, Creamery
Butter, Cream Cheese, etc., .
WE LEAD m CANNED GOODS.
Remember the Blace and Call
BRIGHTEN YOUR HOMES
dence. ror material go toKaigeanl'K Va
riety Store, who irrle tho luteot ntyle
and pattern In Wall Paix-r, Jtordcru und
lHoratlon. Paper trimmed freoot charge.
A fine line of
BA13V CARRIAGES
alvruyn on hand, LxiddfHfiUrgeimKorlment
of new goods too numcrotu to mention
WM. 8AHOBANT,
Variety Store, CoiiiiiktcImI Qt,, fialem.
R, P. ROISE, Jr.
Mights
a Panorama,
GRAM
In thu distance the rugged Cascade
MANNING
9
raggrratq
7K in fcOFn ui'Wiiwinboiiiudo
ijf J IU sffCJU working for ua. Agcnn
prcfcricd who ran iiirnUh liojxi and
glot heir whole time tot he bushier. Hjuiro
inoiiKiitx limy he protltably cmpli.ytd al.o.
A few vncaiiclfi In lowmtaiid cities. II. 1'.
Johnson l Co., IUju Alain it., ilkhmoud,
Va.
N. II Ijidlcn employed ul.i. ver
inlud about uniting alamo for reply, Comu
qnlrU. Voumforbl, II. K. J.d-IVi.
VClllHUit
IVroiu wlihlng to Improve their mem.
OTiat or utrcughcn their po rof attention
klould M-nd li Pror ImUcIc, 7 Klfth
t vc.. N. Y. for In iirorfHvlu jn.! frcv, ail
,nhtrtlM:d In HOotlicr oolilinn. ,S'nM,l
g Up
Iods
Daily !
WKl.KhY MARKkT KErOKT..
sKi.i.iNd ruior-s.
Shoulders-Sugar cured.per lb.llK 12'-o
llrva leftist lucon $ 15 tollftjv.
Hams sugar cured, per Hi, 1(1 lSe.
Hecf & 1-iV.c.
Pork 8 12e.
Mutton Off) IS'de.
Vcal-10 l!ijc."
Onions to 2c.
Cabbage UXV per doin.
Timothy seed I'er pound, 8c; selling.
Hod cIo er seed l'or pound, tie.
White clover seed l'er pound, 2iV. "
llcnns fio per lb., selling.
Oat meal Soiling at f to To.
IUTVINO l'ltlCIM.
Wheat !Jc not.
Klour Per barrel, $!.".'.
Oats l'or bushel, 20 &) 2.V.
Hai ley l'er bushel, fiOc.
Itran Perton.Sllat the mill.
Shorts Per ton, $13.
Chop l'er ton, $18.
Hops Quoted at 12o to Kio per lb.
Kggs 12(1:1 penloen.
Potatoes l'or bushel, 22o,
Corn iiienl ile per pound.
Choose 20c per ikhiiuI.
Dried apples Per lb., Cc.
Dried plums Por lb. TSc.
Dried peaches Per lb. 10c.
Dried prunes Per lb. UK'.
Butter 20 por pound for good
I -me!-- He per lb.
Hums Per pound,l j(215v.
iiaoon siues 1;5 por in.
Shoulders 10c per lb.
Chlckens.-SJ.l.riO(ii!?o per do?.
Hogs On foot .V'M'4
Beet On foot 3 0 ic.
OP BRA HOUSE
ONE NIOHT,
Fridny Evening, aijiy':), 1880.
llctuin of tho Favorites
Royce i Lansing
MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY.
BNIjAHCIBI) company.
WIS HAVE
The Kuiinlcxt Comedians
Tho brightest SoubrettB,
Full .Mandoline Orchestra,
Sixty Solid Silver Swiss Bells
The Spanish Tioubadours,
Vocal and Ocarina Quartet,
Guitar, Zither, Violin and
Banjo Player, Schubert String
tjuartet, Music, lluilesquc,
Opera nnd Comedy, all In
One Great Program.
l'icss aud public unanimous In their
pmKc. Ciowds turned away nightly dur
lugtlio San KmnclKco engagement.
4S-SKCU11W SKATS EAULY.
Prices 50 and "Co.
J 'OH ItliNT
lou
HUNT,- III a lino locality, several
nicely fuiuNhed loom.s. either with or
without bomd. For p.irt Icultii H call upon
Wm. S. Arnold, ,7 Wlntei htreet.
l'Olt sali:
A)ll SaLK. A now Iioiiku on good lot, 100
I xlfiO leet, on high ground In South
Miilciu.hntihu rents for 87 per month only
f(i.J0. X. I). Jones, Halem, Oregon.
POIt HA1.K. A KAKM OK IfcX) AUItT
I' all under fenco and cultivation, In the
licst rango count ly of KaHtern Oregon,
Tho best chance ever oMcicd for a mini to
eugago In Htock raising. Kin- partlcularH
call on or addiess
W.H. HVAHS, Salem, Oregon.
MANTLII.
WANTKD. A Partner: An energetic
" young mini to talo a hulr Interest In a
well-otalillsliednud good-paying hiiHliietiH.
SJtKI Is leiiulwd. lan mtiHt lie a good
woilter. Call or nddresH "W. Jl ," cm oof
Caimtai. Jouunai..
NOTICK.
1IIAVIS Miilio very good second-hand
liugglcriund harnexHthat 1 wIl'M'll cheap.
(JOIIIO lUUl M'UtllL'lU. (lAINI.S KlSIIKII.
HltOrKHSIONAL OAKDS.
I J. SHAW, attorney at law, Halem, Oro
" gon, Ollluu invstalit In thu Patton
i)iocS.;
r J. JKNNINOS I). I). H. DKNTIHT
,) Olllcu In tho Now llanlc lllock. Com
inciclal Hticet, Halem. Hlgn of tlm big
tooth. ilw
)HVrilClANT-MTw.TnT. ll. lOTtCoV
1 phyhlclan ami Niiigeou, Iiiim located
and taken roomn ocr H(tilio Karrar'o
groiery Ktore. Cluonlo dlhoaseH a B)ieo
laity. Consultation free. 1-Sldw
117 P. WILLIAMS. SfK.NOOHAPHKIt
11, and 'J'ypewi Iter Copyist. Wlllmakii
icporls of tilals, etc.; copying on type
wrlteraccurati'ly ami neatly done. Oflu-n
with I A Mauiiliig, Commeri-ial Ht., lil
Htalm, tiuw Hunk lllock.
nLIVIMXlDOKNn. IS. I. O. O. K.
ineclH
Cornei
U in Odd KellowH' Hull upHtalrs.
Couimcrclul and Kerry Mtieets, every Sat
urday at 7:'i0 p.m.
J.T. (JltlXlO. JAS. WALTON,
Secretary. N,
New Butcher Shop
AT
No, '216 Commercial Street
ANGEVJNE & IIANS0.ME.
Haviiopi iicdtlp tfliHl-cIass liutcher shop
nt tlm alion lixaitlon, wheru tli"' will bo
pleased to senr tho hoIo with the
CHOIL'ICST AND lllr illlATrl
of all kinds (hat tho uiurki-tiiHoidi..
(JU'o them u rail and bo convinced of the
HUrlirlty of llielr mentH.
'i-(loo(U dt'llU'trd free.
DO YOU BAT?
If you do, call at tho
W. C, T, U, RESTAURANT
In the opera Iioumi block,' where you can
get a good clean meal ut any time of day or
livening.
ThU rtMtaurniit Is under now innnnge
ineiit and Mituractlou In guaranteed, hv
erytlilng is In llrst-class sliuix;,
Mr.aud Mrs. H. K, IIOWAIH),
Thet-u lamigent.
LATEST BY TBUiGIUl'lL
Oldest Mnn in Oregon.
Albany, April iiO. David Cains,
who passed away at the residence of
his son, Win. Cams, some ten miles
east of Hurrlsburg, had readied the
advanced ago of 10;i years. His
home, until some six or seven vears
since, was at Sodaville in this coun
ty, but since that time he lias lived
with his son William, who is also
quite an aged man.
Tln llci'Iin Conference.
lliliiLix, April 20. A confereii c
of the representatives of United
States, Germany and England, to
consider Sainoan affairs, opened to
day in Congress hall. The meeting
at tills place was on invitation of
rrlneo Bismarck. The Mission last
ed an hour and fifteen minutes. On
the proposal of Herbert Ilisniarek it
was decided tliatthe strictest becrcey
would govern the deliberations of
tho conference.
Dragged by a l'low.
Albany, April 20. Win. ltiles
wasplowingon ills farm near this
city Saturday when a thunder show
er came up. Mr. lilies sought shel
ter in ire-tit oi his Horses. 1 lie team
became frlghtoned and ran away.
The unfortunate man was trampled
under the horses' feet and was
caught by tlio plow and dragged a
considerable distance. He received
severe injuries, but is thought ho
will recover.
Mctliiinis Was limited.
Canyo.v Citv, April Uii.Tlie
Ncwh issued n special edition Frlduy
evening, conttiluiiie; it full account
of (lie hanging of Putrid; McGlnnta
on that date. Here in what the
NowHBayn in mibstance: ''Patrick
.MeOinniH, who niurdeied Deputy
Sherlfl' Itobert Iiockwood .July ,
1888, expiated IiIh eiiino on the
gallowH. Ho nialtitained the cool
ness and nerve which law character
ized his actioiiH since his capture
and conviction, and during the past
few days of his lito when certain
doom was staring him in the face,
not a tremor, no trace of remorse or
fear of death was visible on his
kountcutmcc, and in the hour of
his death his Indifference did not
forsake Inn."
Tlio Centennial Celoliralinn."
Ni:w Yomc, April 21). Tho clocks
in the city chinch steeples had not
finished the stroke of 12 midnight
when the carpenters were at work
on the uncompleted stands and
along the avenues and streets there
was tho beginning of the adornment
of the buildings for the great day.
Tho arrangements for the naval
parade were to-day carried out to the
letter. At five o'clock the steamer
Dispatch having on board Admiral
Porter, General Schofleld and the
representatives of tho centennial
committee, left the foot of Hast
Twenty-sixth street, gay with flut
tering flags, and steamed down
J'ust river to Elizabeth port, where
she met President Jlarrisou and
party. Ily this time the harbor was
literally alive with sailing crafts of
every description ami whistles
sounded and guns boomed salutes
as tlio Dispatch picked her way on
her course.
Four Men Uniwnnl.
Tin: I)alli:h, April lif). Sunday
afternoon John I.arscu, Peter I lau-
sen, Lawrence Malstroni and Pcfcr
lioomer, Scandinavians, employed
on the locks at thu Cascades of the
Columbia, took a Whitehall boat aud
started to cross the Columbia Just
above l ho Cascades, They did not
reallo the strength of the current,
which, as the river Is rising, runs
with great rapidity, aud they did
not row uji so far as is usual before
attempting to cross.
Heforo they were half way across
they found themselves In a current
bo strong that they wcru unable
to Hteip It and wvru swept
swiftly down toward tho roaring
rapids. After struggling bravely for
a while and finding tlutf- they had
lost all control of tho boat thoy lay
down their oais In despair and in
silence awaited their fate. Thu boat
sped on like an arrow and. soon
darted down thu fall at the
iiead of the rapid Into the seeth
ing, boiling vortex below, whero
It was tossed 'almut for a moment
like a cork aud then dashed against
a rock, up-ended and sent whirling
Into tio air, throwing the unfortd
nato men into thu raging torrent.
Tho c itch of seals by hunters from
Bt. Johns, N. 11., within ihu last six
weeks, Is worth (1,000,000. Thu
CKtcb. is iinpreoedonliMl,
"NO. 51.
nrannmcnRwiiuncci?
"iNinasn) hisimtchbs.
i About 17o fourth-cliisa postmasters
! were appointed yesterday.
! Tho majority against prohibition
in MtisHaehu'ictts was 11,109.
Public proceedings in the Amies
court martial case have been con
cluded. Heports from Cuba indicate that
the bandits of that country have
been pretty well exterminated.
Jay Gould is about to build (he
largest Union depot In the woild
at St. LouN. It is tube twelve
hundred feet long on l'oplar street,
and thocost will bo at least $o,(K)Q,000.
Tho whole properly connected
with it is capitalized at twenty mil
lion dollars. The great 'depot at
New York is but six hundred Teef
long.
".My Country, Tis of Thee."
Ciucaoo, April liD.-The Dally
News to-morrow will publish for the
first time an additional stanza to
the hymn "My Country, TIs of
Thee." The author of tho hymn,
Kev. 8. V. Smith, has written a
new stanza for the Daily News in
honor of the national anniversary
celebrated to-morrow, lie calls it
the "centeiinar.v stanza," and hopes
to have it sung before it is a day old
at a number of churches and mass
meetings here tO'inorrow.
The lines are as follows;
"Our Joyful liosls to-day
Their grateful ti Unites pay,
Iluppyaiid live,
After our tolls and foam,
Alter our blood ami tours,
Strong with (iiii-hiindied .o.ns,
O Loul, toThee."
rilH TKUI2 OAltllLN .SPOT.
Thu Willamette alley Aeluinulolgcd
to bo The fiaidcn oi Cdeii,
(CoriL'spoadcnco Capital Join mil.)
Six weeks just pas.scd In California
at San Francisco, Oaklnad, Alameda
and San Itafael and other points
around tho bay of San Francisco
'the really most desirable part of the
stale satisfy tho writer that, take it
for all in all, this Willamette valley
is thu garden spot of all this coast.
It lias tho most advantages ami
least disadvantages of any part of
the whole region. As to climate.
whllu Oakland and other parts of
California may never see a very hard
day, yet they never, during the
wholo year, enjoy such perfect
weather as you havo here for weeks
together. They may necr have it
quite so wet oriiito so cold as you
may havo It for two or three months,
yet no such a day as this, of charm
ing serenity, was ever experienced
at any part in California, (this 29th
day of April) aud I know you had
weeks of the like during January
and February las't. There may bo
little, secluded vales In California
that onoy a nearly perfect climate
during the year, but they uro so
small as to bu like a niero spadeful
as compared with this Willamette
There they are so dry as to require
Irrigation, whereas this has timely
showeis. Tho day must mioii arrive
when tho unrivaled clulum of this
and the many tributary valleys to it
shall bo known. Kvery most choice
spot I found in California was too
dry, too dusty, too hot for omu
hours and too cold during others of
th' same day witli often had water,
and always fleas, llics and inosqul
toei ad Infinitum. The.se tilings
would make paradise Intolerable.
And now I make thu predic
tion that, In time, It will be admit
ted everywhere, that, tako It for all
In all, theru Is no part of the Inlted
St ites so doslmblu In every lespect
as tho Willamette valloy. I have
not a dollar of Interest in It, while I
have some Inotherpartsof the coast,
out of Oregon Were I a young
limn I would secure mo a small
firm of forty acres In this valley
and have it cultivated like a gar
den for my homestead. May theso
lauds become the homo of a million
or two Industrious homo hulldcis
during this century.
Vi.TintA.v OasnitvLit.
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A C'onei'tioii,
Iforrespoadoiico of the Capital Journal.
A communication In yesterday's
Jui'icnal states that there aro three
unoccupied pulpits in the city at
the jfesonttlme, namely: Christian
Huptiht and Cumberland PresbyterN
an. inow, in regard to tlio llrst
named thu pulpit Is occupied Sun
day at present by Kldcr Levering of
Lime county, with a welMUIed
bourse. After thu flivt of Junu a very
able minister by the name of IC II.
Slcafoosoof Tacoiua will occupy tho
pulpit permanently. II, A. J.
No child iioru in a. pin wall on tho
Isthmus of Panama has ever icncli
ed thctiyoof hwiily-oiu'.u irs.
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