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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
IT Wll.tj UK
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
S-TlieTernnnro Most Itonsounblo-VQ
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
KEST PAPER IN SALEM.
08-You will be well pleased with lt.-S
SALEM, OREGON. 3I0XDAY, SEPTEMJJEll 10, ISSi).
I today place on sale a complete Hue of
ill Sill Windsor Ties at 18 fc Each.
Called cheap everywhere at 25 and 30 cents. I also have Men's Woolen
Overshirts, Men's Laundrlecl 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 ladles' 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 saciiflee, and shall cut the price of Hats right in
two, which will make them much less than manufacturers' cost. This is
no bait for every hut is marked in plain figures and we mean to let the
customers see that we do
SELL THEM AT JUST HALF P1UCK !
My goods for fall and winter trade are now hit in and again t invite
you to come in and inspect them whethpr you want to purchase or not.
My Motto : " Always lead and never follow."
New Bank Block.
we have lust received direct from the manufacturers the best se
lected stock of General Merchandise
cash, and it will be sold for cash at pi-ices lower than any credit House in
Oregon. We wish that every one in want of
Dry Goods, Boots arid Shoes,
Clothing, Blankets, Comforts, Yarns, Flannels, Groceries, Guns, Aimini
tion, Sewing Machines, Cutlery, Hats and Caps, Fancy goods, Knit goods
In fact everything in Staple Goods
0 pomp FARMERS' STORE,
rest, Sulom, Oregon.
e money by dealing witli us.
BEN FORSTNER & CO.
lam ... Manning,
05 State Street.
Ice-Cold Milk Shakes!
A nd all kind of tobacco at
JAMES BOWMAN'S FRUIT STAND,
'w ' WVH
Formerly owned by Kenton) on State St.
A GOOD GUI' OK COFFEE. i
I a treat attraction for a mtaumnUj
The ooSve drawn from Jlelienbrand' It
nl l.iK mvnUrlt I OS Of the mXHT i
Owat AttraettoB. of bU eatlnf P-
are tola every wk. And a fer oy Urs
and mcU he BBot be equaled "
ever brought to tills city bought forj
- FANCY LEATHER GOODS
- - SALEM, OREGON.
S removed her millinery store to the
m adjoining the Cai-itai. Journal
l In now ready to do
,L KINDS OF MILLINERY,
hfi hna lust received a new stock of the
l-st style nnd can Hell cheaper than any
Ier nuuiw iu mc city.
Ive her a call and your orders will bo
,tly and promptly tilled. It In the only
Clothe city where you can purchase
felt Walking Hat for the small price
)ne Dollar and Klfty Cents.
211 COMMERCIAL STREET.
KRAUSSE & KLEIN
Are ottering big bargains In
We will nv you money and guarantee
the good. I
mock will Mion be complete. Cnll and
KBAUSSK k KLEIN,
211 Cowwertlal Street.
y .. ffim, to be . oXtnrtxe
twmlb and decayed Utitt. Vrljma
Myrrh Teoth Boap prereow boib. iry n.
Boots and Shoes!
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER,
Salem, ---- Oregon.
Do You Wear Clothing?
We will sell you a good suit from &r to 920, according to quality.
nnd Umbrellas, a go
Collars, Cuffs, Hats, Caps and Umbrellas, a good nsortiueut, and cheap
Gold and Plated, of the latest designs, fifty per cent, lower than you buy
The best and cheapest Flanuels, Ualbriggan, Lamb's wool and Merino
Prices to suit.
Nice, new, clean goods, suitable for the season.
CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
In First Nut'uii il liilik litilldlim 1
A. P. ARMSTRONG, Manager. E. L. WILEY, Principal.
Will open for the Reception of Students, Monday, September 0.
Include Spoiling, Grammar, Writing. Ai-
Itlniietlc, Correspondence, UomtiiPicril
lnv. Single nnd DoubloKntry linn I:
keeping, Bunking and IluslneM
Forms, IluslnesH and Olllco
Includes Reading, Writing, Mentnl and Wiltten Arithmetic, Spelling,
Grammar, Correspondence, Geography, History and
Day and evening sessions. Students admitted at any time. Address the
Prlucipil for Catalogue.
THE RELIABLE GROCERS
KELLER k SONS,
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem,
Specialties in Table Luxuries,
Fine Tea, and Coffee, Creamery
Butter, Cream Cheese, etc.
WE LEAD TN CANNED GOODS.
Remember tlie Place and Call
Just received the fluent Hue of Shotguns, Hllles antl Pistols from
Chicago ond more comiiiK. We will sell lower than any other Iioiimj in
Salem. We defy all competition, Portland not excepted. Also kts-p
The Best Sewing Machines
In the market from $35 to J 40 wh, and In connection will run the U-st
Ouu Shop la the idate. Come ami ko u before huylnjj elMswhcre.
BEN FORSTNER & CO.
Courteous trcntiuont mid fair dentins; to nil
n a m r A ac ss n A A
mr J If Jm & wsij s M ff j1 MJ i
Includes 8lio"ilmnil, Typewriting (2 hours
dully practice) Penmanship, Fpcllliu;,
(Ittiiiimiir, Corrcpoiidencp, Muni-
fiildlng, Letter Copying, lluhlnchf
l''OIIIIS, llllhlllChH mid (MIliv
Mr. A. 11. Slausen,
news editor of the Oregonlan la In
the city, attending the fair.
Mr. M. M. Banister, of the
Vamhlll county Herald, published
at Dayton, Oregon, wan in the city
to-day, and called on the JmutNAi..
H. 11. Duncan who has been
confined to his homo with the fever
for sometime is reported a not so
well to-day. His friends are nuxlous
to hear of his entire recovery.
K. C. Clark the fnutinan ar
rived home today from IiIh Hue tern
Hip. He was very Micccusfiil anil
disposed of all the fruit he (un
Kplcureaii tea, paints, oils,-
varnish, window glass and a line
line of general grooeries at Gilbert
& Patterson's. tf.
Stallions for sale. "Voting
Scotchman," one of the best Clydes
d.ile stallions ot Oregon and AVasli
luglon. Also "JJluelc Durell," a
good thoroughbred. Win. Howard
Phelps, over Capital National bank.
Residence on Garden road, or K.
Parker Kapus, Fair grounds.
Remember that the Hon Ton
restaurant is I he place to get a good
meal for twcnty-llvc cents.
Remember that the Pacific
Cider, Vinegar, and fruit preserving
Co., of Salem have two neat stands
at the fair grounds where you can
get a cool drink of sweet and cham
paign cider. Remember the place
the comer stand near ga.te entrance.
The accidents that have hap
pened in the city this week have
had no ell'ect on the low prices at S.
Farrar's for groceries. See their
fine display of fruits. It's tempting.
Persons having furnished rooms
to let, during tho week please leave
name and address at the Candy
Kitchen Bin Commercial street.
People are wondering why Cat
terlln and Lussler'H photograph gal
lery Is so erowded lately, anil by In
quiring It is round that they do the
best work In the city.
The ladies of ihe PicHbylerlan
church have a restaurant Just west of
tho pavlllion, where you can get a
first-class meal for twenty-live eent-i
and the moi-ey taken in goosto ben
efit the chinch. Also the Ladles
aid society of the M. E. church
have one near by where you can al
so get a flrst-elass meal for twenty
For a good smiaro meal you
should go to tho lion Ton restau
rant. The codec made In their
patent collee urn is delicious anil
healthful. Try It.
Dealer in Groceries, Paints, Oils
and Window Glass, Wall Pa
per and Jionler, Artists' JIa
(eriais, Lime, Hair. Nails and
Shingles, Hay, Feed and Fence
Posts, Grass Seeds, Kt,
ROACH & SPEIGHTS CIGAR STORE
In Kiilcni. oral llu-lr
llraneli Store al (lie Fair (Iromiils
r'orn flrnt-clntix Hear, or a duel lui of
Wlllii IMMIiOT flll)U
uihi rimwi lyiuiiiio
Ilia city nro Kept by tliwn, All llm
IchiIIiik tinmiN nlwiijit on Imnil,
U tlio llitenl one nil Ilia tf roiltil.
fiijnyu k'X'I iikiUc
HEED'S OPERA HOUSE.
Commencing Monday, Sept. ill
BIG 4 BIG
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LU rGnOriTIGrS 0
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Kiler. Ciu. Htron. D. (Wll.ly, P Hliiurl,
H. (.'Iiupiimn, Jiu. Ki-llelier, r. aii-rwuiii,
II. Kvuin, 1-Hrkln.K.Clinndler. lliu IKh
tran. j i iik ii nojciieny. urnr i, .
n n'n i n n I
PrOl. BernStein S BraSS Band
iu soloists iu.
?-Wtcli for our nide
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LATEST RY TELEGRAPH.
llnlli Caliles llrokrii.
Loxihix, Sept. 1". The Western
Union cables have snapped In
twenty fathoms of water, Just oil'
Flemish cape, close to the American
coast. Tlie company, however, Is
continuing to accept messages, send
ing them over the Anglo company's
cables. This break leaves the West
ern Union absolutely without any
direct cable connection. It is the
llrst time since they were laid that
both cables have snapped. To make
matters worse, the dock strike has
prevented the telegraph steamer
Faraday from going to sea with new
cable to splice the breaks. Tills de
lay means much, for tinder th'j most
favorable conditions it would proba
bly take at least a month to repair
the damage, and If It is not done be
fore November tho work may have
to be delayed until next spring. Tlie
cost of repairing the cable will bo
over 7,600 a day from the time the
The Viitory (VIclitutiMl.
London, Sept. 1". The workmen
of Loudon heldamoiistertlcmoustra
flou In Hyde park this afternoon, to
oelebrato tho victory of tho dock la
borers. Hums was tlie chief speaker,
and was greeted with deafening
cheers. Hums declared that tlie
strike now so happily concluded was
only a preliminary skirmish with
which was opened the great battle
yet to come. A federation of labor
would forthwith be organized
throughout England, and oneo It
was completed war would lie carried
Into Africa. The thanks of the
whole clvlll.ud world, ho said, were
due to the geneious contributors to
the strikers' relief fund, and the
victory of tho men was In no small
measure due to their timely aid.
Ueforo going to Hyde park, tho
dockmcu formed In procession and
marched to tho Mansion house,
where they were reviewed by the
lord niayotluiil lady mayoress. The
men as they passed tho balcony
upon which the lord mayor antl his
wife stood cheered enthusiastically.
The Australian flag had the place
of honor iu the line.
MimtciTil liy Her Illicit'.
Philadelphia, Sept 15. Btart
llng developments have been made
in the murder case of Anna Le
Coney, who was murdered in her
uncle's house at MerchautHvll!e last
week. Chaukley Lo Coney, her
uncle, and Garrett Murray, u colored
barber, liavu been arrested and
charged with the murder. MInh Le
Coney had worked several yctrs for
Richard Le Coney, another uncle,
who died last spring His estate
was indebted to her several thou
sand dollars for back wages. The
theory of the statu Is that Chaukley
Lo Coney killed his niece to save
the money to himself, and other
heirs. It Ih believed that the girl's
clothes wero afterward arranged to
give tho Impression that some of the
negro hands had murdered the girl
In an attempt upon her honor. Mur
ray Is charged with being all accos
sory to the crime.
Senator Spooiicr'H IIIiichh,
Hudson, Wis., Sept. Ifl.-Tlio III-ncs-j
of Senator John C. Bpoouor
will Iu all probability prevent his
taking part in tho campaign In thu
new states. The senator had ex
pected to ilclivcrfouror five ss'ccheH
during the camimigu lu the terri
tories, but as thu elections arc to be
held iu less than three weeks hence,
it Is extremely doubtful if he will be
able to fill any of tho political en
gagements that had la-en made for
him. .Should he tako the stump at
all now, It will bo Iu Dakota only.
An liitcreHtln Discovery.
Haciiajiknto, Fcpt. 11, The leg
islature at Its last session anpropiU
tcil f'VHX) for tho purpose o' exam
ining and correcting the sinveyof
the state lino between Nevada ami
California. Deputy surveyors have
, I Ret t at work lu thu field for flomo
j lime, and have ascertained and will
report that tlie survey Is Incorrect.
' They find the difference to be nearly
-sixty inllci lu width as It now
' . i. 'i'i.i .in.. ..t .....it.....
j MlllllUlf. I IIIH lUUIUIIJ III irilliuij
'H '""l',v '"' tutu of California ami
K'''''lliyn.e state or Nevada.
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HT. Uji'iriHcpt. I.'.-AmhcIiiI from
''..iirkuiiii Ark mvic I UVIh
IcxarKilim, iTV.., NJH. J. wtpw,
u no ior leu years was u resilient
nm' "' u ,,m,,!c teacher, school
keeper, pnwnhrokenind and luwcler,
and lately prcrldcnt of thu Texar-
kaiiu Having hank, but more ro
ccnllyuii uiIvitiImmI lumber dealer
n. h largo Mock lio.ler I n the Mat-
thews lumber concern, has decamp
ed, going to, no one knows where,
anil carrying with him, it ta alleged,
fund of other parties, estimated nil
the way from $10,000 to foO.OOO.
The much talked of Ulg Four
minstrel company arrived tills morn
ing In force, but by ono of tho.se
mistakes that cannot at times be
avoided, the entire band and orches
tra missed tho Portland train.
This part of the company travel
led apart, from tho performers
and by somo means failed to
catch tho train In time.
Levlnson says time, tlifo mid
tho Southern Paclllo wait for no
man, and grimly announced that
rather than give a show without
their own orchestra thev would wait
for Its arrival. In consequence, tin
performance wlll'bo nlven tills even
ing, but tho engagement
will open to-morrow Instead.
All tickets sold for this evening's
performance will be good for to
morrow evening, and readv to bo
exchanged either at the box, ofllee
or Patten's bookstore.
Horn It I.
The llrst copy of tho Illustrated
weekly of the Paclllo Coast has
reached our table, and we must say
that It surpasses ail ourexpeetations.
No pictorial Journal In thu world Is
superior to this elegant number of
tho West Shore, and the thought
that It Is to bo a weekly visitor Is it
very pleasant one. Tho number be
fore us contains a giaphlc sketch, lu
colors, entitled "Running a Gaunt
let of llro In thu Cascades," and Is a
very striking and artistic picture of
a railway train dashing through n
forest Are. There are a number of
other illustrations and Illustrated
articles, but by far tho finest picture
wo have seen lu any Journal Is the
beautiful engraving which occupies
two pages lu the centre of thu num
ber, with tho title or "Last Day or
the Season." In Its drawing, group
ing ami coloring It Is simply superb.
All Mm Nci.
The JotMtNAi. will repoit each
day's races and publish tho rcult of
thu races on the same day that they
occur. Remember tho Jouknai.
has two reporters constantly on tlio
grounds antl all news that takes
place will bo published on the same
day that It occurs. Tho Jouhnai.
can Lo found on sale at Roach it
Speight's cigar stoic on the grounds,
also id the branch olllcu lu the
clerk's building on the grounds, be
sides for sale by the tlozen or so car
riers. Remember that the result of
each day's races will be published on
the s.inio dav the races occur.
WIhi Ar TUnyl
WOO reward. Mrs. 11, M. Fletcher,
of Bpokane Falls, W. T., desires
Oregon papers to inform Uriah 10.
aiideoth F. Arnberg that u largo
sum or money awaits them, and if
their claims tiro not- presented
within six months thu money will
go to their sisters, Mrs. H.M. Fletch
er and Miss Jennie L. Arnberg,
Uriah was list heard of iu Australia
eleven years ago, ami .colli was
last heard or iu Washington terri
tory three yearn ago. Five hundred
dollars reward will bu paid for post?
live Information of their where
abouts. . , -
Jack Harney ami Geo. Harring
ton tho two fellows who broke Into
Holverso'n's store Friday night had
their examination to-day at nine
o'clock and were bound over until
the grand Jury meets in the sum of
flOOOciich which they railed to give
and will board at hotel tlo Crolsau's
until the grand Jury docs meet.
Willi fiitul hmhI Impure lilood courwH
lliroiiitli tliuHyatciii Willi ili-ulli lulls whWh
Wrllit' L'oiilixuiiiil Kxlnu't at Hanmpii
rlllu i-ure nil hlouil iIIumim.-, Hold liy
II. W. Cm unit I) J. Kry
I TIIMIt UlM.UVi IIUOMIMJ.
1 Probably no one thing hits caused
Mich a great revival or tradoat Dan-
Iel .1. rry'rf Drugstore as their giving
.away to their customers m many
tree trial unities or ur. King's xsew
Discovery for Consumption. Their
trade Is si in ply enormous lu this very
valuable article from the Diet that It
always cures and never disappoints.
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Hrouehitls,
! Croup, and all throat ami lung ills,
ctihcs quickly cured. You can test It
U-foro buying by getting u trial Uit-
' tl fi-', largo sl.o 1. Kvery bottlo
M KLHANKV-MtCOvT-At tlio
rt'tltluiico of J. K. McCoy, on Sun
day, the nth Inst., at tour o'cock
p. in., Clurlea MiKlhaney to Dorsi
McCoy, ludgo T. C. Hhuw nlUcli