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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
IT WILL 1IK
A nOOD INVESTMENT.
3-Tlio Terimnro'MoU llensonnblet
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL,
BEST PAPER IN SALEM.
3-You will be well pleased with lt.-e
SALEM, OTiEGOIN. SATTTBDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1SS9.
I today place on sale a complete line of
ill Silk Windsor Ties at 18 Ob. Eacli,
Called cheap everywhere ut 25 and 30 cents. I also have Men's Woolen
Overshlrts, Men's Laundried and Percale Shirts, Men's Underwear and
Huts, left from the E. L. L. Johnson stock, that I am very desirous of
selling, as 1 intend to keep only Indies' goods, and want more room for
them, and in order to make these goods move off 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 make them much less than manufacturers' cost. This is
110 bait for every hat is marked in plain figures and we mean to let the
customers see that we do
SELL THEM AT JUST HALF PRICE !
My goods for full and winter trade aro now all in and ncaiii I invite
you to come in ana inspect tnem wiietner you want to purchase or not.
My Motto : " Always lead and never follow."
New Bank Block:.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Capitol Adventure Company,
OPERA HOUSE CORNER,
Do You Wear Clothing?
We will sell you a good suit trom S5
to $20, according to quality.
We have just received direct from the manufacturers the best se
lected stock of General Merchuudise ever brought to this city bought for
casb, and it will be sola for casn at prices lower tnan any credit linuse in
Oregon. We wish that every one in want of
Dry Goods, Boots and. Shoes,
Clothing, Blankets, Comforts, Vurns, Flannels, Groceries, Guns, Amuni
tion, Sewing Machines, Cutlery, Hats and Caps, Fancy goods, Knit goods
Collars, Culls, Hats, Caps and Umbrellas, a good assortment, and cheap
' for Cash.
Gold and Plated, of the latest designs, fifty per cent. lower than you buy
The best and cheapest Flnunels, Ralbriggnn,
Lamb's wool and Merino
Prices to sul
Nice, new, clean goods, suitable for the season.
The Host Advertising.
The most eftlcient advertising in
behalf of Hood's Sarsaparllla is that
which comes from the medicine
itself. That 1, those who are cured
by it, speak to friends sull'ering simi
larly, who in turn derive benefit and
urge others to try this succeesful
medicine. Tints Its popularity Is
rapidly widening from this cause
alone, niul more and more aro be
coming enthusiastic in behalf of
Hood's Sarsaparllla as it actually
demonstrates Its absolute merit. All
that Is asked for Hood's Sarsaparllla
is that it bo given a fair trial. If
you need a goo;l blood purifier, or
building up medicine, try Hood's
The Nenglo Case.
San Francisco, Sept. 13. Judge
Sawyer will render his decision In
the Neagle case ut the opening of tho
circuit court Monday morning. The
opinion Is expected Jo be a very
A road poll tax of ?4 lias been
assessed against every male Inhabi
tant of Seattle, between the age of
21 and 50 years.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
CliAHS SI'KKCKIjKS talks.
In fact everything in Staple Goods
TO COME TO THE FARMERS' STORE,
No. 227 Commercial Street, Solera, Oregon.
1 Don't be misled. You can save money by dealing with us.
BEN FORSTNER & CO.
A complete line of
GOLD PENS AND
FANCY LEATHER GOODS
Courteous treatment and fair dealing to all
NO. 100 STATE STREET -
Having removed my office to 05 State
street, I am now better prepared Ihnn ever
to do a rushing
Has removed her millinery store to the
room adjoining the Capital Jouhnal
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 filled. 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.
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.
NO. 211 COMMERCIAL STREET.
Ice-Cold Milk Shakes!
And all kinds of tobacco at
JAMES BOWMAN'S FRDIT STAND,
(Formerly owned by Benton) on State 8t.
A OOOD CUP OV COKFEE. ,
Is a great attraction for a reUurnt-
Tb eaSfee drawn from IleUtnbrand's rat ;
nt CoSee receptacle U oae of the many
Great Attractions of tils eatlag parlors.
Thnimn-lt nf niri rf hh txeeHtul coffee
are sola every week.
KRAUSSE & KLEIN
Are offering big bargains In
Boots and Shoes !
We will save you money and guarantee
Ln f hlpraenU arriving dally and the
stock will soon be complete. Call and see
KRAUSSE k KLEIN,
211 Commercial Street.
sn't aSord to have an oSsasive
and deesyeJ teeth. Wright's
aresoH. every ww. - t y" j-b -rh jjoap preveaW both. Try M.
BBdBMatahemaBol be equaled to MV,B " ,j
ii. riera vj mn w -
Asa as for jtei I
CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
In KlrstNutlon.il bunk liullillnu.J
A. P. ARMSTRONG, Manager, E. L WILEY, Principal,
Will open for the Reception of Students, Monday, September I).
Include Spelling, Urammnr, Writing, Ar
ithmetic, Correspondence, Comincrciiil
I aw, Single and Doublo Kutry Hook -keeping,
Banking and Jlunlne
Forms, Business and Ofllee
Includes Hliorthnnd, Typewriting (2 liourH
ilnlly practice) 1'cnmnnslilp, Spelling,
Grammar, Correspondence, Multi-
rorniK, Business and Ollleo
I'm et I co.
Dealer in Groceries, Vaiiits, Oils
anil Wiiiilon' Glass, Wall Pit
per anil Uorder, Artists' Ma
terials, Lime, Hair. Nails anil
Shingles, Hay, Feed and Fence
Posts, Grass Seeds, Etc,
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
Commencing Monday, Sept. 10
BIG 4 BIG
25 Performers 25
I'. A. Cooper,.!, Kiting, ClmrlPN Colib, II.
Foster, (,'lins. Htronir, I). CiirlUIn, K Htiuirt,
S. L'lmpimin, .las. Kellelier, K Meredith,
11. Kviiih, Turk l,en, i:. Chandler, dim lie
Iran. Hugh Dotflierty, Uinii-kc Woods, J.
Prof. Bernstein's Brass Band
12 SOLOISTS ia.
OS-WutcIi fur our parade.
I'npulnr prices; CO and 75 cents,
He is Sanguine Over tlio Successful
Heel Culture on the l'nnllc.
Sax Fuancisco, Sept. 13. Clans
Spreekles, the sugar king, arrived
lust night, niter several inoiitlisjb
seenee in Enropu anil the Eastern
states, hero he has been engaged In
business connected with his new
sugar refinery nt Philadelphia.
Spreskics stated to-day thnt every
thing was in readiness for the start
ing up of tho gigantio establislnnent
at Philadelphia. "I propose to de
vote the balance of my life, wild tho
llniuicler, "to my sugar business,
leaving my other interests to tho
nmuugcniont of my sons."
Speaking of the beet sugar In
dustry of the Paelllc const, ho said:
"It will not bo long before the farm
ers of this country, and especially of
tho Pacific coast, will arrive nt tho
conclusion that tho production of
sugar in tho United States Is of more
vital importance, as far as prollts nro
concerned, than Is the production of
wheat. Of course, when 1 spenk of
tins matter, liefer to tho production
of beet sugar. Beet raising is tho
coming farming industry of this
coast, and I propose to show tho
farmers that this statement Is n fact.
Careful calculation will show that a
sulllcieiit amount of beets can be
raised on the soil of this statu alone
to make enough sugar to answer the
demand for consumption of the
entire United States. Farmers can
easily net $r0 per aero from their
land by raising beets. When our ten
new factories are started in this
state, they will be able to consume
all the California farmers can produce.
TUOUIUjK IN VIKW.
Low .'. I-uvliihon
Includes Heading, Writing, Muntnl and Written Arithmetic, Spelling,
Grammar, Correspondence, Oeograpliy, History and
Day and evening sessions. Students admitted at any time. Address the
Prlnctpil for Catalogue.
THE RELIABLE GROCERS.
KELLER L SONS,
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem.
Specialties in Table Luxuries,
Pine 'Tea, and Coffee, Creamery
Butter, Cream Cheese, etc.
1J10U HAI.IC--Kluvcn hciulnf lioitu, twelve
' head uf ynunKcnttloniHlllvn llrst-clnns
milk cowh, one koocI uurlc horn. Iiwinlro
of II. U. Allntow, 'Jul ('oniiuereliil Htrect,
Salem, or ut my farm tlirco mill a half
allies Mmtli itt Turner.
If you hiivo 8J) or S') to Invest In u
IjiislncKH thnt will
Clear You from $5 to $1.1 a Day.
Onoil for llftce.li yearn, without competi
tion, nee tho exhibition nil tho corner of
Miiiinicraiui una miuu hireem.
WE LEAD IN CANNED GOODS.
Remember the Place and Call
Just received the finest line of Shotguns, Itllles and Piutols from
Chicago and mora coming. We will h-JI lower than any other house in
Buleni. We defy all competition, Portland not excepted. Also keep
The Best Sewing Machines
In the market front 2T, to $40 cash, and in connection will run the best
Ouu Shop in the state. Come anil see us before buying elsewhere.
BEN FORSTNER & CO.
r. ir. eaktOiVS
Salem Music Store
for Chlekerlnir A Son'n,
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OlUliinilj. jiii.ii'i.fi. w.ji.j t.i.u ,.i...-r.i.
I'lanuit, Wilcox t WliltoOriMiM, t'mtli or
94 State Streot, Patton's Block,
(IIX). Y. KJI1TII
FUHNITUHE, WINDOW SHADE?,
WALL PAPEH, IICri'UJIICS.
illrrore, Molillnitn, I'laima, ILihy Cnrrla
gn, U'jk'oii", lluic, Hlutloutry, No
tion, Holiday (IcmkU, ('nUel SeU,
Tents, Awnioy, Elf., Mule lo Order,
307 Commerciil St., 1 Bkk Blockj,
SA.MC.M, ... OKIiOON.
mr3xi of all klniU U)Id on Hie regu
lar Inafallmrul Jilni In tho elty;
SMITH'S AUCTION H0USK,
Otmvriit IJlMfflyuinl stole lr't,Mj, em,
County Seat Chunked by Murli
Dilllculty, Trouble Ahead.
Toim:ica, Bent. 12. Tlio bitter
feeling between the citizens of Itu
venuit and JCmineneu over the un
settled county seat question was re
newed yesterday by the removal by
V. K. Willliinis,treasurerof county,
of the records of his otlleo from itu
veniiii to Kmlnenee.
A tftiard of itaveuua clti.eiis has
been detailed to watch tlio treasurer
to prvent his removal. Yesterday
tho guards attended a Judicial dis
trict convention, and Williams load
ed the records of his ollleo Into a
wagon and was about to drive oil
when the alarm was given. The
guards hurried from tho convention,
and arming themselves, hastily
hitched up a team and started In
pursuit of the treasurer. At a cross
road they mistook another wagon
for the treasurer's and followed the
wrohg trail. They were too slow
for tho team In udvauce, and In
their rage Ured several shots at the
tho supposed fugitive, who dually
In the meantime Williams had
reached Kmineneo and put tho rec
ord In a place of safety. The citi
zens have armed themselves In an
tlcipatlou of tin attempt by the Ha
venua people to capture tlio records
and return them to their city.
Not a Hail Slnming.
ViCToitiA, Jl.C, Bcpt. 12. The
bark Doris lirodersou cleared for
Loudon to-day, with 2H,IKK) eases ol
lra.er river salmon, of thisseasonV
puck, ilohort Ward A; Co. are the
sliipers. Tim carg.i Is valu.-d at
$107,215. The vessel sails to-morrow.
Tint llnslersou will he iol
lowed by the clipper ship Titaula.
.-jailing about the 27th lust, for Lon
don, with ttO,000 cases, valued al
tUU),(HM. The third vessel to sail
will be tho Clermiin bark J. II
(Itibtcdc, with OOOD eases valued al
Tlie (Jrenl Strike Kuilnl..
London, Bepl. l.'t. A conference
was held to-day between Cardlnn
Manning, on hehati of the strikers,
mid the directors of the dock com
p:inlcn, The cardinal stibiultteed
proponuls for a settlement. Them
ihe cardinal I)elleve4 will lie ac
cept e 1.
The Joint cotuiiilttee to consider tin
proHsalH of tho strikers agreetl thai
tho wages demanded be eoucedetl,
to take ell'ect Nov. -I. The lord may
or, at a conference with the direct
orsoftho dock companies, gave as
siiruiiocH Ibat the men would he
reaiiy ti lgiii work on Monduy,
Tho strike Is virtually settled.
A loot; iliryclri Hide.
CmcAdo, Hejit. 13. Tom Iluo, tho
bicyclist and captain of tho Chicago
club, starts for Han I'VuncIsco to
morrow evening. He Intemls to re
turn on hit wheel, starling from it")
Pnlace hotel tt iux)ti Saturday, Sep
tember 21, In order to win n hand
some gold medal at a stake ho must
beat Tom Stevens's record of 69 days.
Arrangements have been made to
keep track of him tho entire journey
by telegraph. Tho route will bo
through Southern California, across
tho Mojiivo desert and nloug the
lino of tho Santa Ke railway to Kan
sas City, then taking the lino to
W. A. Munly left on tho. after
noon train for Portland.
Miss Ada Thomas, of Turner, Is
In the city on n short visit.
Miss Ida Janes returned homo
from her visit to Huttcvlllc.
Hon. W. II. Odell loft on tho
afternoon train for Portland.
Miss Jessie Looney of Jefferson,
Is in the city, on a short visit
Mr. and Mrs. Jtev. Knight left
this morning forn trip to Kugene.
Mr. Hendricks and daughtei of
llarrisburg aro In tho city on 11 visit.
Miss 151 In Hurley who has been
sick for sometime past with t,ho
fever Is Improving nicely.
Miss Agnes Aitkou left to-day
tor Mount Angel wlioro sho will
commence leaching school Monday.
Mrs. J. Sedgwick or ltlchmoiid,
Indiana arrived in this city this
morning on a visit to Mr. G. W.
Hunt of High street.
United States Marshal Unrn
drlck came down from Jcflcrsou thin
monilngand took an Indian trom
this city to Portland for trial.
Tho motor lino question on tlio
third page. Head it.
T. Holverson is making some
very low prices. Head his adver
tisements In this paper. tf.
Don't fni i to read the news on tho
second and third pago of to day's
Painless dental operations at Dr.
T. C. Smith's. 1)2 Slate slreel.
Preaching at Wade's Hal!, Bun
day, at 2::i() o'clock p. m. by Hev.
Head Joseph Myer's ad. It will
Holiness meeting every Sunday
afternoon atltocloclc, 115 High street
near Agricultural works. All are
Remember tlio big rentnurant
011 the fair grounds is Just the place
to get a llrst class incut.
There wlil lie a train running
to ami from this city to tho fair
grounds next week which will ac
commodate a largo number of people.
People ate wondering why Cut
terlln and Lussier'H photograph gal
lery Is so crowded lately, and by In
quiring It Is found that they do the
best work In tho city,
Services at tho usual hour at tho
Christian church to-morrow. Morn
ing subject: ''That Jesus Is the
Christ and Sou of Clod."
Tho accidents that have ha
pened in the elty this week have
hail no ell'ect 011 the low prices at B.
l-'arrar's for groceries. See their
line display of fruits. It's tempting.
Tlio Windsor ties that wo ad
vertised aro gone and they went tor
less than 18 cents. However, wo
will have more In a few days again
and will sell them at Hie saiuo price,
Remember that tlio Hon Ton
restaurant Is the place to get n gooil
meal for twenty-live cents.
there will be Sunday school at
tho Congregational church next
iuuday. Vou aro all Invited to at
tend. (Epicurean tea, paints, oils,
varnish, window gass and a Hue
duo of general groceries at Gillert
.t Patterson's. tf.
Harriet Gordon was admitted to
1 scholarship to tlio mute school nc
'ordlng to the act approved by th"
lojluliitiiro Get. 21th, 1880.
For a good square meal you
1I1011I1I go to tho Hon Ton restau
rant. Tlio collie made In their
.latent milieu urn Is delicious and
healthful. Try it.
Tlio man who Is too stingy to
jpeml a trllloeach week to supiort
h homo pajsir, but will borrow Ids
neighbor's paper, Is certainly doomed
for thut p'ace, "where tho worm
dletli not, and the tire Is not quen
ched." With futuret ltiiiuru blood ooiirwi,
through tlioyteiu ullliileuth la lit wuke,
Wright' Comoouui! I.xtrucl of gunuuii.
rllui eurol nil blool it mimm. Hold by
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