Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, May 11, 1889, Image 1

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VOL. ,2.
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAV II, 1SS9.
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Fksi National Bank .
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SALEM,
OJtEGON.
W'M. N.XADUE'.
DltTj. JIEYNOLD8,
JOHNiMOIK, - -
- -' President.
Vice President.
- - - Cnshler.
GENERAL BANKING,
. A I .'
tixennngo on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, Ixndon mid Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County mid City
warrants bought. Farmers are cordially
invited to deposit tmd trnnsact business
with us. Llbernl 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.
NEW LIVERY STAMLE.
Gaines "Fisher, Proprietor.
Corner Ferry and Liberty streets, N. E. cor
from Chqmeketo hotel, Bilem, Or.
Good accommodations for commercial
travelers. First-class rigs always on hand
Charges reasonable.
Wagon Making and Repairing
3P. J. LARSHjST
Is prepared to do all work In tho Una ol
making or rcpalilug wagons, buggies or
carriages In first-class style and at reason
able prices. Whop )' State si., near Front.
D
Prom New York -and Chicago
Q THE FINEST GOODS IN THE CITY, .
DRESS
And trimmings of all kinds. to match in Persian trim
mings, Plaid, Stripe and plain Surahs, .Braids, Plushes,
etc., etc.
RIBBONS, RID'GLOyES AND GLOVES OF ALL KINDS
SUNSHADES AND PARASOLS,
Full ami Complete lilies
Laces in All
ogi
Beaded Shoulder Wraps and latest Novel
ties in .Scarfs,
FULL LINE OF DRY GOODS 'AND NOTIONS.
CARPETS.
Curtains, Poles, Portiers.
B6TA full and complete stock of Men's Furnishing
Goods.
No. 239 Corner Slafe anil Commercial Streets.
LUNN & BROWN.
jPlf
NOSM
'ino
'BE MARKET
for cash or upon
Ian. Also a good
upon
ARNOLD,
;jin, Oregon.
SALEM, OIIEUOX.
' K)rdera len ot Htclner' Brocsry tote
vriu reoclre prompt Attention
"
Ueoive 11. Haye lw been apimlntcd
Hx:lal aeent tor the above lauuury nud
uuy wushlne left with lilm will be prompt -
ly attended to.
! W-on.U. and work .uaran
::- BEST W 1
Forealo chVp
mo insiaiuuHi&p
..!-.. i" Jt- A. II
piano 10 rein. jvu
WM.X
No. 367Vinltr Slreeta!
DAVID T, WILLIAMS,
l'roprletor of
Mm Steam Laundry. I
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F. E. 1I00VEK.
FAIR
South.
Here Stretches Out Before You-
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Of which en tli ml Is the beholder with bewildering admiration and wonder. In the distance the rugged Cnscado
Range draws out its serpentine length, while alonjr it at intervals rise up like grim sentinels all the white mid
weird SNOW-CROWNED PEAKS of the great northwest, their heads extending high in the celestial vault.
Tho river goes winding northward "like a silvery ribbon wide," and on every sido aro elements of beauty.
Lovely drives are being laid out and graded through the shady elevation and altogether (lie site is a grand one
for 61egunt homes.
' The Willamette Investment Company
Have the exclusive sale of tills beautiful addition. Lots will be sold on the installment plan. This Company
also have a large list of choice uity and farm property, 6", 10, 20 andp0 acre-tracts adjoining Salem.
Itr Money to loan on farm and city property, Insurance in reliable companies. 245 iip-stars, Moores' Jllock.
RECT
GOODS
9p
of Embroideries and
Widths.
i REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
IllllWrf1
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1VEEK ONLY.
Commencing May fy 1889,
In tho following strong Kcpcrtolro of Coin-
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Mondns ovenl
S.- rue iJinmona .iiyier)-
'Mwdnyovenli
g.
.Kuclnff tle I-Jnemy
Wediiftdav u-nlnff Tlio Utttou Klne
Thurhduy evening vJ' "f"
I-riuny evenin
Siilurdav vei
nl .(ueen'8ivIdenco
ilni; Terry, the Swell
llfcee .Erln-ii-C'horea
(
Kiiturday Mallb
POPULAR PRICKS.
A. D MXSSI 6 N s
10, 20 AND 30 GENTS.
NO IIIGHEH, NO HIGHER.
wsecure your wntx ot ration' nnd
avoid tho tush. -l
d"7C i d'OCfl JIONT1I mil boiOMlli
Ms M tfl rSynt I u-nrlclmr for iiu. Aeent
nreferreU who can furnUn horeo and
' Srtve their whole time lo the bulnei.8iare
i ,,imenuiiuiy he profltablyein ployed ulo.
' a. few vaoincleln town and cltlt. II. V.
1 johiuon 4 Cj., KW ilaln kt.. Itlclitnond,
,Va; j,,nmM guae Bge and bunw, ex-
n r nant
PlnnnrpA IV
Aiminm;
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ONE
O. II. EDGETT.
MOUNT
IS LOCATED ON
Salem
INT MITTY
LJJIJLU 1 1
Always in
Everybody knows that, without any exception, Tho Cap
ital Adventure Company have tho most complete general
stock In Salem and wo guarantee to undersell any of our com
petitors. We have the Hrgest and best assortment of Clothing,
Hats' Boots and Shoes for gentlemen, and can please any one
either in quality or price.
People who have to labor and want tho most for their
money will find it to their advantage to trade with u. We
always give full weight and good measure We make a spe
cialty of country trade, and fanners will find our prices (qual
ity and weight being taken into consideration) lower than the
lowest. Wo handle country produce and pay (he highest
CASH price for wool. We have plenty of room for all, and
can inako everybody feel at homo in our store. We oiler you
no baits, expecting to make It up on something else, but mark
our goods at a uniform low price.
These are facts in the case,
House Corner we will show
prove all we say to bo truo.
Capital Adventure Company,
Salem,
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Values Coming Up
Immigrants are Arriving and
ore
lasmg
NOW 13 THE TIME TO INVEST!
$900. 2 sightly lots on projosed street .railway line in North Kalein.
Very cheap and choice.
$600. 7f feet front on Front street running through 210 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
seeing.
ACREAGE
Twenty-eleht acres very
choice
tn
uing. Elegant meadow on part of
time onlv.
Iy)ts in Capital Park addition, one block from -Ktnto street, XNI for
quarter blocks. 300 and fWO for uliigie largo lots.
Lots in Yew Turk, Queen Anne, Mill addition mid University addi
tions. 75x130 near Asylum avenue; $300.
ISAAC A.
Real Estate Broker, Bank Block.
Up-Stairs, Salem, Oregon.
it, '. HOISE, Jr.
PARK
'Hiorlits
a Panorama,
A! .CM Ml
III! J U 1.1)1 in ;.uu li
the Lead!!
and
by calling at tho Opera
you goods for prices that will
Oregon.
iroerlv, adjoining town. Itiiuiilug
tract
$3J0 jier acre. ior u snort
MANNING
Ik
lily !
KEMHIUUS ixTMiiiiunxcn.
Hoi.tNr.ss Mr.KTi.vn tutuuiy afternoon
at 3 o'clock at 115 High street.
Uaniiof Hei'i: Sunday nltcrnoon at .'1
o'clock In the W. O. T. V. Hull, Court St.,
CUM11KUI.AN1) l'ltlHllY rr.UtAN High
street, llev. II. F. Moody, pastor, Services
Sunday at 11 n. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. in.
EvANni:t.uAi. Citcncn. Itev. E. T. Hoi
linger, pastor. Preaching al 10;.W n. in. and
7:"0p. lu. Sunday school nt 12 in i All nio
cordially Invited.
CiimsriAN CHUKCll Elder P. It. llur
nctt, pastor. Services a'. lO-'Uuninnd 7 p
in. Sunday scnnol at l'J in. Piiiycr incct
lng Thursday at 7:R0 p in,
Unitakian Sociktv ltcgular ei vices.
Sunday morning at I0::!i) a in at their
hull, corner of C'ouit and l.lbcity streets,
upstairs. jGcncrat imitation. Seats hoc.
Conoiiuoatioxai. Cliuiu'll Services nt
10::!0n in. Sunday school at l'J o'clock;
Christian Endeavor meeting at (i; evening
service at 7. Hew Anslcm 11. Ilrown, pastor.
PltUSllVTKHIAN Ciimicu Hcv. 11. A
Newell, pastor. Preaching at 10:.'Wn iiianil
7 pm. Society of Christian Endeavor at
(1 p in. Habb.ith school at 12 in. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening ot 7pm. .
Catholic uiiirucu cficnieketo and
Cottage streets. low mass nt 7.!W n in.
High mass and sermon at lll,.10 n in.. Sun
school at !1 p in. Vespers, sermon benedic
tion nt":'!0 ii in every Sunday. .1". S. White
lector.
M. E. Cnuitcii Services Sunday morn
ing at 10:'K), ox enlng at 7; Sunday school at
12 in. Young, peoples, meeting nt G; b'lblo
leadings and conference Monday evening
at 7. Prayer meeting Thursday evening
nt 7 o'clock. All welcome, good singing
seats free. Hew Holllns pastor.
A OOOl) cUl' OK C'OKK K.
Is a t!i'ont nttriipilou for a riMuiinint.
Tlio coII'ihj drawn from lIi'llenbrAud'H Put
cut Coll'eu rrooptiicli" Is imo of thn many
(heat Attractloiw of MN I'ntlnjr p.ivloih.
Thous mils of clips of his excellent colllo
are sola every wcok. Ann ns for oyntjiTs
and menls ho cannot bu cipialfil In tlio
slntc. . If.
I'ai'in for hale.
1(S1)$ acres, 7 miles Miuthwest of Halcm,
near 1'io-pect J I 111. all fenced and crops
fenced. Ill in cultivation, HI Needed to
grass, balance limber, plenty good spring
water, good ll-rooni house nil llnislied
near a sown bundled dollar seliool-hiiuso,
fair barn and other out buildings, (io'od
grain, grass and fruit lands. Sightly and
healthy location, good neighborhood and
good road to Kalem. Can bo divided Into
smaller fruit farms with pure spring water
op each. Don't monkey with Iho leal es,
tale agent's buis7-saw,buteotne right to the
(arm (it will cot you nothing to stay all
night), seomy nelghbois, get the unlnllated
lads and saw) fees. I'rlco S.IK per aero.
Tenns reasonable. Kor pirtleuliirs sen
t'harlie lloberlMiii, (.range store, Salem
.Imix I'. Kom'.uiMjN.
.VMlllil
Lunch fronil till 2, price 2Ti
cents tit StiVnif'H'icstiiurunt on Hun
days. I Wrlglil's Myrrh Tooth Nmp comes nil'
coiuiueror every time jnu have a biush
with II. Try It. Hold by nil diuglhlH.
Vilglir('ompoiind Syrup of Sarsapir-
II lit a reliable medicine for tho renovation
of t hu blood. Tones and hullih upthttsys--tem,
cures sliln dlseak-s etc. Sold by II.
W.Cnx.
Wrlglit'H Iteil Cros Cure iineiiialeit for
reeeut and eliiouUseougliH ami colds, and
all Irritalilllty of the ul.pas,.agi's. Sold
by all drugglslH,,
Wilghl'D Hiiji Celery nud Chamomile
Hitters re couimcmb'd liy tint mnu eminent
physicians, Iiivlgoiatlng, Stlnuilatiiig and
not Intnxleatlng. Sold by 11. W. Cox.
Wright's lllacltbcrry Cordial uu Ihfall
ble remedy for the most obstinate cascn of
Dlarrlio'H and Dysentary. Sold by all
druggisls.
aa?;ti:i.
UANTKD HUiiatloiiKln a famlly.by two
' girls, aged HI and VI, who can do house.,
worlc or caio lor clililreii; also by a boy H
ycaix old, on fiirm or stock raiicbu. A good
worker, can plow or tend stock. Cull at tlio
olllccor tho CAi'ir.M. Joi'iinai. for"l)."
Mtrwi
I'OIt HUNT.
i;()ll HUNT.- Ill a lino locality, several
1 nicely furnished rooms, cither ullhor
without board. Kor particulars call upon
Win. H. Arnold, lamVlntci Hlreet.
roit h.v.
WUl SAI.i:. A half.blonilecl Jeisej cowat
a reasonaiil
terstieet.ornl
le price Inquire nt :Vil Win
terstieel, oral tho Iton-Toii restaurant on
Commercliil street
l.'Olt H:IA:. A new hoilkii on giMid lot, IK)
' xl.V) feci, on Illicit groumi lu Omilli
Halem.hoiisn rents lor S7 mt mouth only
tun. .. ii..ioues,isaiem,iJie(,ou
imr is. I.I. A l,4Alrl nl,' :li A I 'If f '
I' all under fence anil cnlllMitlon, lu tho
best range country of Kaslern Oregon.
The best cliniiee ever oll'ered for u man to
engage in stock raising. Kor particulars
calf on or address
W .11. IIY US.Kalem, Oregon.
I'ltOI'lI-iSIONAI, CAItlK.
I J.'KIIAW'.utlornoy at law, Snlfin.Oic.
' gou. (,'IMro iiisktulrrf lu the I'attou
block.
I J. .IKNNINIJH I). Ds.-liKN'I'IST-,)
Ollleolu the ;.'mv HifnU llloek. Com
merelal street, Hiileiu. rllgir ol tliu big
tooth. dw
I)IIVKICIAN.MIW. lilt. M, I:. lCoY
I tibVKlclan and suiu'eoo. hits lutaiic.
lain louiiej '
and taken rooms over sijillr,i I'liinir's
Krocury store. Chronte dbt-asos a vpev
(ally. Consiillatlon free. lildw
tr 1. W1U.IAMH, HTKMHilCAi'llKIt
ll , and Typenrller Copyist. Will iiinku
reports of trials, etc.; copying on lyin
wrtleraccunitel and neatly done. Olllio
with I A .Manning, (vmiiuercliil Ht., I'd
stairs, New Hank lilock.
socnri v NOTicrs
llKlKN'o. H, I. O. O. 1',, iiicelM
it Kclli.us' Hall utistiilis. Cornii
i;ominerclal and Kerry MivvU, every Hat-
uriliiyut 7'iOp. in.
J.T. (lltKllo.
J AH,
WALTON,
N.
Hecrelnry.
A. H-Hfedgwlek l',C, No. 10, Desirt-
iiient of Oregon, meeU every Monday
evening ut the hall over 1 1. e Oregon iud
compa::y oiiiie. vuninig eMiinoie arc
; (intiully Invllisl to atltnil.
A. w. I'Iiayui.ii, riw I i.iiur.mr
II, K.Horriiwii'K, Ailjula u
LATEST BYTBLEGUAPII.
I'orlliiuil I'nrngraplis.
l'oitTr.AXl), May II. Coroner
OcLm, who llappened to bo near
the seine of the shooting, reached
Weber as he -was gasping his last,
and hud the body removed to tho
sidewalk out of the sun. When it
"was raited to be put Into the . receiv
ing casket a very large, old fash
ioned Colt's nuvy revolver dropped
i from the clothing, a brass weight
or dump, such as is used in playing
shulUe-lioiird, was also picked up
near the body. A spectator said it
fell from Weber's hand, and it is
behoved to bo the weapon he reached
into his poqket for when Olds pulled
the uihtot and shnLhim.
The new steam tug that has been
In process of construction at the
yards in N()rthyJrtkuuLwaH suc
cessfully launched yesterday. At
the word of command the rjipcs were
cut and she glided swiftly down the
ways and llojtcd gracefully till the
placid surfiice of the Willamette.
The newls.tcainer for (lie O.flc. A
N., is lying on the ways, almost
Mulshed, tin about a Week situ will
bj ready for launching, llerexleri-
or is all pojutcd,
while lienf cabins
faro neat and well arranged. She
was not biultUora pas-jChger boat,
and will iiotli;u.yover thirteen
iiichcriof water. She will be a freight
. . ..7. . r .
boat and will bo able to go where
no other steamboat in this coiiutiy
dare venture. The Auniu Faxlon,
now on tho upper Columbia, is the
only steamer that caul approach her
for draught mid slie draws more
water than tho new boat. No name
hits been given I lie new eial't yet.
When the criminal court conven
ed yesterday morning, tlio ease of
the Italian, Fraiilc.Ieeliutta, neeiwed
of murdering Charley Olson, was
concluded. The ease was given the
jury and a vurdlet of manslaughter
wits returned. Ho was allowed ono
week to move for a new trial.
Alliiiny Tallies.
Ai.iianv, May 11. A workman
Named lluttcrllcld, while Vorking
Tliursduy in the stone iiuurry above
Viiiuinu Uity where stone Is ob
tained for the government work on
thejeltty, was caught under a fall
ing muss of rock and crushed to
ilctitli. lie is a young mail and
unmarried, lljs parents reside in
Iowa. tV telegram was forwarded
to them aiinouiicidg his death. The
remains of the unfortunate young
man were convoyed to Vaqiilna
City (oa will! a reply (roin his parents.
15. F. Durphy is lu (Albany look
ing over llje ground with a view to
establishiilg a boot audslioo factory.
lie has been conucclud with a large
factory ill Chicago undcontcmplulcs
locating somewhere, in the valley.
Salem litis the giiitlemuu on the
string. A y
Tho goiicrul't'oiiiuilttcu aiipointed
at the citi.eus' meeting to name
the committees and make prelimin
ary arrangements for the appro
priate celebration of the coming
Fourth of July, met Inst night. Al
bany will celebrate lu earnest.
A (litliililer Slinl.
lMKTiANrr, .May lO. Emll Web
er, tho sporting man, was shoe and
killed on tho corner of Third and
Alder streets, this afternoon by
"Sandy" Olds, crenting-'lutense ex
citement in Unit location, TIu'iicwh
of the shooting spieiyJrMlko wild tiro
throughout the cltyf but no great
surprise was muiilfrhtcd, bail b'ood
hud existed belw
iwyeii Hie I
the two men
for some lime,
u
The men mcftj (he corner, and
nicer HpcaKingffn icxnwortis, oitis
drew his revolver and (lret Weber,
the ball striking behind the right
oar and (Miming out of the leftside
of the neck. Weber Immediately
fell Into the gutter, and while Old's
victim was lying prostmio ho dls
patched 'luce more hulls Into him,
Hull! KlIollllrTK llitnvil.
Oahk, Mo., Alav 10. Three
(laid KonblniM, Dave Walker, chief
ol thogmig, his miii William Walker,
and John Matthews were hanged nt
10 o'clock this nionili.g for tlie mur
der of Charles Greeij and Wllhaiit
Kdeiis on March 11,117. Thoropes
broke and the three men fell to (he
ground, struggling, fl was a horri
ble hutelieiy. 'The coruleiuned ineii
were carried hack toy the sead'old
and again dropped, hot It was again
a IiiiiikIuY'UI'I "tjju'''10 liHK by
their nicks, struggling and wrig
gling, until Dually they were- stran
gled to death, Dave Walker died
In llfieeli minutes, John Matthews
In thirteen minutes and Hill Walker
In fourteen minutes.
C(.M)HXSi:i) DISPATCHES.
It Is announced that the experi
mental agricultural colleges estab
lished by tlio government are fail
ures. The Cheyenne and SIou.v Indians
in Alontana'are endeavoring to get
up a sun-dance, and an outbreak is
feared in consequence
The strike among the-mlners at
Westphalia, Germany, is spreading,
and several serious cbnllictsThave oc
curred between the'Vtrlker.sfand tho
military. jf
Albert .I.Cody, whoUilfWaman's
lip In a row recently, .at Portland,
was sentenced to one year in prison.
Cody escaped light, as the extreme
penalty is twenty years.
A Sensation Over Dr. Cronin.
London', May 10. LeCaron, the
spy for the llritish government on
the movements of Hie Irish leadeis
in America, and wlm testified for
the Times before the Pjirnoll con
mission, declares that Iry and Dr.
Cronin, who'reeonwy n$slerioiisly
disappeared from Ichieugo, weie
cloe fi lends. LeCaitui bglieves that
Dr. Cronin has be'eif" killed and
that the friendship between hinmelf
and the nitirderedniau may at count
for his removal.
Enormous I'riiil Vieltl.
Dovr.u, Uel., Alay 10. At the
annual meeting of the bureau of In
formation and distribution of the
Delaware fruit exchange, ex-Con-
grer-siuan Alni'lln
if all reports are
M.'llll't III' DPMI' Ml nil
-lj !'-.- -Mt'
rue', J would bo so
this; assistance' of
large as to rciiulri
all the agents ofvjjjf exchange to
enable the growers to realize any
prollt.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Levi Mugee and S. C. Dodson
went (o their homes lu Polk county
yesterday, to upend Sunday visiting.
Mrs. 0. U. llawley, who was dean
of the Woman's - G'ollcgo for two.
M'uin, nun ueru uiueieiikiiiuiioii oi
Portland M. E. hospital.
Hcv. P. S. ICnjght, whoBwas re
porteft to have lectured luSI Wed
nesday iliht In ihechiipel, fwlll de
liver tho addies Monday nlghl, of
tho coiuliiu week. fe
The regular semi-tcrni exiinilna
tlons of the academy class took
place yesterday! The college stu
denfs and those whiisejlally average
reached the niueh desired l).ri per
cent had a holiday.
Tho literary societies have arrang
ed their program for the reunion
commencement. Tho reunions,
heretofore, have been occasions
among the most enjoyable events of
the year, and on this occasion It will
not be less attractive than In tho
past.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Belknap were
summoned to Junction Friday by
the death of Miss Aora Alters, a
sister to Mrs. P.elknap. MlhS Akers
was a student of the university from
18S1 lo-'S.'l, and was highly recspect
ed by all who knrjw her, and many
friends will bo grieved to learn of
her untimely death.
The Philodorlaiis, at their meet
ing lust evenlhg, discussed, tho
questien: Itesolved, The ilghtof
franchise should be based on a prop
erty (piallllcathjdi. The debate was
opened on the alllriuatlvoby II. N.
Hounds, and on the negative by
(,'. F. Pence. Alter tho iicstum
had been warndy discussed tosoine
length, It was "diicjded, by tho chair
man, lu favor of the alllruiative.
Ono would think1 from reading
the I'mvcrslty notes tin a clly paper
that: "The bugler bldweth to better
his ait, the drummer uriimmeth his
drum; theset(or suyoth his say by
heart, for soou' commencement will
come." The ppot wuB niusliig its
pts-'tH do, llnteiili'ig tolmgler, drum
mer and senior's siiy; for something
wise and also something true, to
slug In his most melodious lay.
Not Vet Adjusted.
The Insurance losses, occasional
by tho recent fire in tho drug estab
lishment of Dr. II. W. Cox, have
not yet been adjusted. The Insur
ance companies are slow, not wll
ling to settle to thg entire
tlon of Dr. Cox, hrnce the
Mitlsfac
to matter
will not 1 o disposed of for some
days. Mrl'iithin liairifoiflieeii ablo
to iimke uS$aJhfactory i-cttleiuent
with the coi'ijffcanlcs in which tho
building wnfiiMhyd, but ho Is hav
ing It relit tvA and mulo ready for
occupancy. 1) Cox bS not deter
mined whether to roH-srnbllsh his
business. He will await the pleas
ure of the Insurers,
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