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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
BEST PAPER IX SALEM.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAU
IT WILL IIK
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
ra-You will be well pleased with lt.-e
9i-TheTcrminro .Most Ilcn.onnbloTEJ
SALETtf, OREGON. FRIDAY, SEPTESLBEll 13, 1SS5).
rfyi? "!' !"'
I to-day plnce on sale a complete Hue of
All Silk Windsor Ties at 18 Cts. Each,
Called cheap everywhere nt 25 and 30 ceuts. I also hnve Men's Woolen
Overshlrts, Men's Laundried and Percale Shirts, Men's Underwear and
Hats, left from the E. L. L. Johnson stock, that I am very desirous of
selling, as I intend to keep only ladies' goods, and want more room for
mem, ana in oraer to maKe tnese goods move otr rapidly I shall com
mence, to-day and continue through Fair week to sell the
SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR
(Men's only) at a great saciiflce, and shall cut the price of Hats right in
two, which will ninke them much less than manufacturers' cash. This is
no bait for every hat is marked
customers see that we do
SELL THEM AT JUST HALF PRICE !
My goods for full and winter trade are now all in and again I invite
you to come in and inspect them whether you want to purchase or not.
My Motto T " Always lead and never follow."
We have just received direct from the manufacturers the best se
lected stock of General Merchandise ever brought to this city bought for
cash, and it will be sold for cash at prices lower than any credit house in
Oregon. We wish that every one in wunt of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Blankets, Comforts, Yarns, Flannels, Groceries, Guns, Amuni
tion, Sewing Machines, Cutlery, Hats and Caps, Fancy goods, Knit goods
In fact everything in Staple Goods
T6 COME TO THE FARMERS' STORE,
No. 227, Coznmsrolal Street, Salem, Oregon. ,
S&T)on't be misled. You can save money by dealing with us.
BEN FORSTNER & CO.
A complete line of
GOLD PENS AND
FANCY LEATHER GOODS
J. BENSON STARR'S
NO. 100 STATE STREET .... SALEM, OREGON.
Having removed my office, to 95 State
street, I am now better prepared than ever
to do a rush I Dg
Fire and Accident Insurance
Written In the best companies doing busi
ness In Oregon. Call on me at once.
Isaac A. Manning,
95 State Street.
Q BO. F. SMITH
FURNITURE, WINDOW SHADES,
WALL PAPER, PICTURES.
Mirrors. Moldings, Frames, Baby Carria
ges, Wagons, Hugs, Htatioaery, No
tions, Holiday Goods, Croquet Bets,
Tats, Awiuirs, Etc, Made to Drier.
307 Commercial St., (Dink Block),
9ALBM, ... OREGON.
jb-Geala of aH kinds sold on the rssra
rlBMaHuimt ptan I the aM-?
plain figures and we mean to let the
New Bank Block.
Has removed her millinery store to the
room adjoining the Capital Jouknai,
and is now ready to do
ALL KINDS OF MILLINERY,
She has Just received a new stock of the
latest styles and can sell cheaper than any
other house In the city.
Give her a call and your orders will be
neatly and promptly tilled. It Is the only
place In the city where you can purchase
a Felt Walking Hat for the small price
of One Dollar and Fifty Cents.
NO. 211 COMMERCIAL STREET.
KRAUSSE & KLEIN
Are offering big bargains In
Boots anil Shoes!
We will sv yon money and guarantee
Large r hlpments arriving dally and the
stock will soon be complete. Call and see
KRAUSSE k KLEIN,
211 Commercial Street.
You eas't aAerd to have an oflbasl-e
breatti and decayed teeth. Wright's
Myrrh Tooth ttoap pr-rU both. Try It,
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Capitol Aikiite Company,
OPERA HOUSE 'CORNER,
Do You Wear Clothing?
Wo will sell you a good suit lrorn $5 to 20, according to quality.
Collars, Cuffs, Hats, Caps and Umbrellas, a good assortment, ami cheap
Gold and Plated, of the latest designs, fifty per cent, lower than you buy
The best and cheapest Flannel, Dalbrlggau, Lamb's wool and Merino
Prices to suit. .
Nice, new, clean goods, .suitable for the season.
CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
In Pint N it!on
A, P, ARMSTRONG, Manager.
Will open for tho Reception "f
Includes Spelling, Grammar, Writing, Ar
ithmetic, Correspondence, Commciciul
Law, (Single and Double Entry Itonk
keeping, Banking and Huslnc
Forms, Business and Ofllce
Includes Reading, Writing, Mental "and Wiitten Arithmetic, Spelling,
Grammar, Correspondence, Geography, History and
Day and evening sessions. Students admitted at any time.
. Prlucip.il for Catalogue.
THE RELIABLE GROCERS
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem.
Specialties in Table Luxuries,
Fine Tea, and Coffee, Creamery
Butter, Cream Cheese, etc.
WE LEAD W CANNED GOODS.
Remember the Place and Call
Just received the finest Hue of Shotguns, Hides and I'lstols from
Chicago niid more coming. We will sell lower than tiny other house In
fialeni. We defy all comixdltlon, 1'oriLind not excepted. Also kii-p
The Best Sewing Machines
In the market from ?&" to gJQ cabh, and In cniiM'tiou will run the Ut
Guu Shop In the state. Come und kii us before huylng e!evi here.
BEN FORSTNER & CO,
Courteous treatment and fair dealing to nil
il bank building
E. L. WILEY, Principal,
Students, Monthly, September ft.
Includes Hhorthnnd, Typewriting (2 hours
dully practice) Penmanship, Spelling,
Ginnimar, Correspondence, Mani
folding, letter Copying, Business
Form, Hiisliicss mid OHU'o .
P residential Appointments.
Washington, Sept. 12. I. V.
Darling has been appointed post
master at Condon, Gilliam county,
Oregon, vice I). II. Crimble, re
signed. A postoftlce has been established
at West Seattle, King county, Wash
ington, with Clin. M. Cooper as
Dealer in Groceries, Pnints, Oils
mid Window Glass, Wall Pa
per and Border, Artists' Ma
terials, Lime, Hair. Nails and
Shingles, Bay, Feed and Fence
Fosls, Grass Seeds, Etc,
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
Commencing Monday, Sept. 10
BIG 4 BJG
25 Performers 25
V. A. Cooper. J, I'long, ChnrloH Colib, II.
Foster, CIiiih. Strong. 1). CnrlMo, V tjtunil,
H. Chapman, Jus. Kellchcr, K .Meredith,
II. Evans, Turk Leu, K. Clmndlcr, tins llo
ciin. Hugh Dougherty, Uvorge Woods, J.
Prof. Bernstein's Brass Band
12 SOLOISTS 12.
i-Vutch for our parade.
Popular prices; fit) mid 75 rents
Gorge, V. Mntlicrolo Milliliter.
Lew N. Ijcvlsnn Huslncss Malinger.
If you hnvo 8-JX) or $K lo Invest In u
1hibIiios Unit will
Clear Yon from $9 to $15 a Day.
Good for fifteen years, without competi
tion, M'o tho exhibition on tlio comer of
Cnuiuiurcliil und statu htreets,
1. II. EASTON'S
Salem Music Store
IlendnuarterH for Clilckurlng .t Bon's.
Rlelnwiiy. Ilnlelon, Colby mid Liiici-hoii
I'ltiuos, wlleiix Whllo Organs, casli or
94 Stato Street, Patton's Block,
0-1 2d w
And all kinds of lobneco at
JAMES BOWMAN'S FRUIT STAND,
(I'ormcrly owned hy licn.on) on HtiituHt.
SMITH'S AUCTION 1I0USK,
Corner of Liberty '! HUito Mi eels, Hulcui,
Mill HAI.K OK l.KnK.
.Kilt MALI! OH LKABU
AVho Hants to
piirchaiw) or le.is
II. IJ., thlsolllco
iiirchasu or Ie.isoa saw mlj.7 Address
r AS'l'RTtYiy u young iii'irrTeiT'iiiiiu o?
II uiiiiih iiiuiiiiiiu'iiis, ixmuon us
book-keeper, cleik, buck drhcr, or In fuel
any pluco of trust Address Jhos. W.
Mill, tuiiviu. liisiu rcicmice.
I.VJU MALK.-A I'AIIM OK JJl ACHKrt
V nil iiuilcr fence uud cultivation, In the
iiest ruiigo country or lutorn Oregon.
Tho beat clinuie ever ollervd for a man to
engage In stock ruining. For particulars
call on or address
W. II. HVAIlS.Hjiltiii, Oregon.
I.IVKUillOKNo. IS, I.
O. O. I-'., incuts
In Odd Ft IIhuV Hull lilintulrs. Cornei
Coiiiincrilal und Ferry streets, ciery HaU
uruiiyai r,uyi. in,
J.T.OItKdU. JAH, WALTON',
CA. H.-H-dgwIik I'm), No. 10, I),mrt-
mi-iil of Oregon, niU'ts e cry Holiday
evening uttlui hull over tliu Oregon Uinit
oompauy's otflce. VUltlng coiurudes nn
cordially Invited to attend.
A. W. Ijiia vokii. Tost Coiiiiiiader.
II. r. south wick. Adjuta'it.
8. HICIKPA IV)I)eiilllryr.iliils
extraction of teeth with new priK-4s.
o mill crowns iiiuiIm ana set. Ilrli k
dental otllee nearois.ru liuiue, Malcni, Or.
J J. HIIAW.attorney at lnw.Hulem, Ore-
K"'i. Olllce up-ntulm In thu I'utton
1 1 1 1 YfTiTTIA KZ-tfibCiill. i."k: Mccoy
I physician and surgeon, luu locuied
rooms uvrr rwuire rurrurs
more. I'liroine ill. caws u
ty, CoiuultMtiiin fa.
, aud Typewriter tjpynt. Wlllmuke
reports or iriau, etc; ooiiynig on lyis
writer accurately and neatly done, onico
uvr A. T Yeaton't furniture store, Com.
areil ttrtf t, Halttq,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
What the President Hint to sny--lle
Aill Likely bo Offered Some
Washington, Sept. 112. Com
missioner Tanner's letter of resignu
tlon is now mtuio public. In It lie
says: "Tho dlflcreuco which exists
between tho secretary of the Interior
tuul myself ns to tho policy to bo
pursued In tho tulmliiistrntlon of
the pension bureau, has reached a
stage which threatens to embarrass
you to the extent which 1 feel I
should not call upon you to sull'er,
and as an Investigation Into ail'alrs
in the bureau has been completed
and I am assured both by yourself
nud tho secretary of tho lnterlor,coir
talns no retlectlon on my luteiiritv
as nn individual or as an ollleer, I
herewith place my resignation In
your hands, to take eflect at your
pleasure, to tho end that you may
bo relieved of any further embarrass
ment In the matter."
President Harrison, In his reply
accepts the resignation, to take ef
fect when the successor mutinies.
and adds: "I do not think It neces
sary In this correspondence- to
discuss tho causes which led
tho present attitude of nU'alrs. You
have been kindly and fully advised
of niy views on most of these mut
ters. It gives mo pleasure to say, as
funis I am advised, your honesty
has not at any time been called In
question. I beg to renew tho ex
pression of my personal good will.
It Is thought by many that Tanner
will ho ollereil some other govern
ment position that he cm till with
out so much hub-lnil) and one that
will not requlie as much attention.
A l'AYINU ENTEUTKISK.
1'acillc to Add Three
Stenmcrs to Tliclr
Ni:v YoiticSopt. V2. A Arontre
al special says: T. O. Shaughnessy,
present assistant general inanager of
the Canadian Pacific railroad, has
been appointed to (lie position of as
sistant president. Ho leaves for
England by way of New York to
day whero ho will contract for three
steamers of oOOO tons each, to steam
eighteen knots an hour, for the Pa
cific mall service for China and Ja
pan. Tho vessels to be purchased
are to be of tho same model and de
sign as tho North German Loyds
strainer Lahn to cost $1,000,000
apiece, ami to bo delivered at Van
couver in eighteen months, If pos
sible. President Van Jlorno In an Inter
view to-day says that nothing short
of universal disaster will prevent
tho company from earning JC'O.OOO,
000 next year, and $8,000,000 net, or
0 per cent, on Its capital. Tho gov
ernment guaranty of a percent, ends
in 1803 and the company expects to
make the btst of It while they can.
Neiifilo Still it Prisoner.
Han Fkancibco, Bept. 1!!. Argu
ment In the Neaglo ease wus re
sumed to-day before Judge Hawyer
und Kablu. The uttornoy for Neagle
contended that the prisoner was
justified In law ami reason fur shoot
ing Terry, ami asked the court to
dismiss him from custody. Dlstilel
Attorney White, of Han Joaquin
county, argued In Itehulfof the Juris
diction of the state, and claimed
theeiluie wus committed on state
soil, and Neagle should be tried hi
the state. White submitted the
case ufter usklng the court to turn
Neagle over to tho state for (rial.
The court then iidouruetl until to
morrow. It Is hard to say how the
case will terminate, yet everything
A Dangerous Operation.
Ni:w Vomc.Hept. 10, Jane At bur
ton, who wus leceutly admitted to
tit. Luke's hospital ns a patient.
While at the hospital an abcesx
formed on her left lung. An Incis
ion wus made, and the inlcrimeoja
showed protruding from the wall of
one of the arteries of the heart tin
eye of u needle. It was plainly tin
cause of tho aneurism. The needh
was caught with a small forceps mid
after much dllllculty was gently
withdrawn. The little hole In the
xrlcry vas Immediately eloscd bj
coagulated blood, and thu hemorr
hage was trifling. Within twenty,
four hours thu heart returned to Its
normal heat, and tho respiration
wushooii natural. Hhe Is now almost
well, and there Is nothing now to
prevent her infect recovery, Tho
medio wusbwullowed by ills At bur
ton twenty-six wiirsiign, when she
M ten yert old,
TIIK ST0IU1 STILL RAGING.
.Many n Soul Hits t'ountl n Watery Grave
Ureal Destruction Vessels host.
Lkwis, Del., Sept., 12. No lan
guage can picture tho torriblo scone
along tho coast. Tho wind Is blow
lug almost a hurricane, driving the
rain with a force that cuts like hall.
A half a mile beach of sand, between
the town and tho coast, Is now n
tossing ocean, bearing wreckagoon
every wave. Through the mist of
spray tho battered sails and naked
masts of a score of deserted and ills
mantled vessels nto dimly seen.
In all, twenty-seven vessels enmo
A vessel was sunk of! Drown
shoals, and all tho crew drowned but
two who got ashore on n raft. An
other vessel was sunk on Shears'
shoals. It Is not known whether
tho crew escaped,
Tho total number of lives lost will
probably exceed forty. Five of the
eight men who composed the crew
of tho E. and L. llrynn, perished
where the vessel struck on llrand
burno shcals. The mate ami two
seamen caught a spar and drifted all
night. At daybreak the others were
discovered. One of tho sailors' dead
bodies was still lashed to a spur.
Two survivors were picked up by a
tug ami brought ashore.
There Is great concern over tho
crew or tho pilot boat Jibe Tuluell.
Sho put to sea Monthly ami has not
been heard of yet. Pilots John
Dames, Lewis Dortrand, James
Hoinland and Derry Hickman and a
crew of eight men are on board.
Tho story of tho two nights on
the Morse anil Parker Is ono of suf
fering and dlspalr. Tho storm In-
created In violence, and it seemed
as If the boats would go to pieces.
All attempts to stay on deck were
abandoned, and tho men on both
boats strapped themselves to tho
rigging and resigned themselves to
their fate. All Wed nesday afternoon
and night ami until noon to-day
they remained bound to tho rigging.
Wednesday night tho storm howled
and lieut against them. Those on
the Parker took to thu rigging sev
eral bonis before those on the Morse,
and late last night by their cries It
was evident that they sullbrcd ter
ilbly. Early this morning nearly
every man on both ships wasulmowt
dumb from exposure. Finally, tbosu
on tho Parker could stand It no
longer, and the crew of tho Morse
saw ono of tho men tear away the
cords that hound him, ami with a
yell consigned himself to a watery
giave. A few minutes later another
followed his example, then another
and another, until the last man, the
captain, was seen to throw himself
overboard and disappear In tho an
A Murderer (lives Up.
Los Anh:li, Sept. 10. Early
this morning a party of hunters,
camped six miles north of Hanta
Monica, were shocked at the appear
unco In their ennui of n Mexi
can about forty-elght years old,
covered frou head to foot with
blood, it was learned that tho
Mexican hail had a tight at tho
beach some time during tho previ
ous night with somu fellow country
men, who had, the stranger assert
ed tried to rob him,
The man gvo the name of Juan
Joso Plua, and said that hu wanted
togotoHautn Monica to give him
self up. Ho was taken into town
by the hunters, and upon the olll
cers going out to tho scene or
the reported light they found
lying on thu beach thu d.-atl
body of Luis Marline, with his
head crushed In, seemingly by a
rock. There were vcrul kmfo
wounds on tho body, and the blood
was so clotted upon his race that
Identification was luiosblo until
it had been washed oil', It Is thought
that It Is nothing more than a cold
The dale Continues.
Wahiiinciton, Sept. V. a. A. M.
-There litis been no change In the
poiltlou of thu storm on the Atluutiu
coast. The storm center U at Nor
fork, where It has Iteeti since Tues
day morning; A high northeasterly
wind still prevails on the New Eng
land coaxt with a maximum veloc
ity or thirty-four miles per hour nt
lloslon ami llfty-two miles at Dlock
Island, On thu Virginia and North
Carolina const the winds are blow
ing at thu rate or twenty-five to
thirty miles mr hour from tho
northwest. North winds onj tho
coast Will ciiilliiiiKil'ir n tin day.
Pa iilvMileutuI opoiiitlcnsiit Dl
T. Q,B i th'-.IU .Statu sirvt.
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