Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, September 21, 1889, Image 1

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A GOOD INVESTMENT.
. BEST PAPER IX SALEM.
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3The Terms nro Most Hensonnble"Sw
VOL. 2.
SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1SS9.
NO. 178.
Something New.
I to-day place on sale a complete line of
ill Si indssor Tics at 18 Ob. Each
Called cheap everywhere at 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
sening, as J. intend to Keep only ladles'
tucm, ana in oruer to maKe uiese goods move oil rapidly J. snail com
mence to-day and continue through Fair week to sell the
SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR
(Men's only) at a groat suciifiee, 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 hat is marked in plain figures and we mean to let the
customers sec that wo do
SELL TJJEM AT JUST HALF PRICE !
My goods for full and wiuter trade are now all in and again I invite
you to come in nnd inspect them whether you want to purchase or not.
My Motto : " Always lead and never follow." :
T. Holverson,
New Bank: Block.
RECEIVED!
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 want of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Blankets, Comforts, Varus, Flannels, Groceries, Guns, Amunl
tion, Sewing Machines, Cutleiy, Hats and Caps, Fancy goods, Knit goods
CLOAKS
In fact everything in Staple Goods
TO COME TO THE FARMERS' STORE,
No. 227 Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon.
BSyDon't be misled. You can save money by dealing with us.
BEN FOBSTNER & CO.
School Books
A complete line of
STATIONERY,
ALBUMS.
GOLD PENS AND
FANCY LEATHER GOODS
AT
'J. BENSON STARR'S
NO. 100 STATE STREET .... SALEM, OREGON.
Real Estate
AND
INSURANCE.
Having removed my ofllce lo 113 Btnte
street, I um now better prepared Uinn ever
to do a rushing
Ms
ALflO
Fire and Accident Insurance
Written In the beat companies doing unl
nes In Oregon. Call on me nt ouce,
Isaac A. Manning,
95 State Street.
FRESH LEMONADE!
Ice-Coid Milkshakes!
CIOARS,
CANDY,
NUTS,
And all ktndi of tobacco at
JAMES BOWMAN'S FRUIT STAND,
Formerly owned by Jlcason) on Ktate St.
A GOOD CUr OK COKFEK.
I great attraction for a rwtaurant.
The code drawn front Hellenorand'a Fat
nt CoJJee rweptacle U one of th many
qreat Attraction! of hi tatlog parlor.
Thounndjofcujuof hU excellent co
i iota erry week. And a for oy&ter
4taUbecaaB0t be equaled In the
Real!
de Business
stock, that I am very desirous of
goods, ana want more room for
?
Has removed her millinery store to the
room adjoining the Capital JotntMAi
and is now ready to do
ALL KINDS OF MILLINERY,
She has Just received a new stock of the
latest styles nnd can sell cheaper than any
other bouse In the city.
Qlvo her a call and your orders will be
neatly nnd promptly ruled. Itlstheonly
place In tho city where you can purchase
n Felt Walking Hat for the small price
of One Dollar and Fifty Cents.
Hell Way?
NO. 211 COMMERCIAL STREET.
KRAUSSE& KLEIN
(Are ottering big bargains In
We will save you money and guarantee
the good.
. .. I ......... .. .Mtvln. Hitllv anit IllA
tock will oon be complela. Call and c
u.
KIUUSSE A: KLEIN,
211 Commercial Street
You coa't afford to have aa offHitlvej
bre&lh and dayed tettn. Wrliufi
Myrrh Tooth KoapjirtvcaU both. Try It. J
Sold by all drawi'i.
Mrs. McGregor
Boots and Sks !
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Capitol Adventure Conpj
OPERA HOUSE CORNER,
Salem,
Do You Wear Clothing?
We will sell you n good suit from $T to $20, according to quality.
Competition defied.
Shirts,
Collars, Cuffs, Hnts, Caps and Unibrellns, a good assortment, and cheap
for Cash.
Jewelry,
Gold and Plated, of the latest designs, fifty per cent, lower than you huy
elsewhere.
Underwear,
The best and cheapest Flannels, Ralbriggan, Lamb's wool and Merlu
Prices to suit.
Dress Goods.
Nice, new, clean goods, suitable for tho season.
OUR MOTTO: Courteous treatment n'ml fair dealing to all
alike.
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-AT THE-
CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
In First National bank building.
A. P. ARMSTRONG, Manager. E.-L. WILEY, -Principal.
Will open for the Reception of Students, Mouday, September 0.
BUSINESS COURSE
Includes Hpelling, Grammar, Writing, Ar
ithmetic, Correspondence, Commercial
Ijiw, Single nnd Double Entry 11 oolc
keeping, Banking and Iluslnexs
Fornix, Huslncsti and Olllce
I'ractlce.
ENGLISH COURSE
Includes Reading, Writing, Mental and Written Arithmetic, Spelling,
Grammar, Correspondence, Geography, History and
Commercial Law.
Day and evening sessions. Students admitted ut any time. Address the
I'rlncipul lor
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 EST CANNED GOODS.
Remember the Place and Call
Guns!
Just received the finest Hue of Shotguns, Rims nnd Pistols from
Chicago and more coming. We will tll lower than any other house In
Bulem. We defy oil competition, Portland not excepted. Also keep
The Best Sewing Machines
r,i Iia market from 135 to W0 canli. and In connection will run the lct
! Gun Shop In the Mate. Come aud
BEN
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, Oregon.
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SHORTHAND COURSE
lueluiles Sho'thand, Typewriting (2 hours
dally practice) l'cnmanBhlp, Ppolllug,
Qniinmar, Correnixjudence, Mani
folding, LctterCopylng,lluslncs
Purina, HublncM and Olllce
l'mctlce.
catalogue.
Guns!
K-e ut In-fore buying elMiwhere.
FORSTNER & CC
A I'liicky ltrakcmtiii.
James Roberts, a brakeman on a
freight train on tho Chicago and
Alton railroad, deserves a great deal
of credit and reputation for a deed
which he recently performed solely
In tho interests of the corporation by
which ho was employed. Some
tramps, who had been put oil a train
preceding the one on which Roberts
was, boarded his train. Roberts In
some way, lured them Into tho lee
rooni on an empty refrigerator car
and attempted to lock them
In, but the fastenings to the
trapdoor on top of the car were
broken and ho could not lock the
door.-so the plucky fellow plumped
himself down on top of tho trap
door and thero he stayed. The
tramps would push tho door part
way open and point their revolvers
out, and, Indeed, tired several shots
at Roberts, but ho managed to keep
out of range of the bullets and to
hammer them back with a coupling
pin. In this way he redo for seventy
miles, and then turned tho whole
gang over to tho police of Bloom
itigton. That man is thrown away brak
ing on a freight trui Such pluck
and nerve and sand as he displayed
can certainly be put lo a better use
than coupling freight cars and skip
ping along their roofs and twisting
the life out of himself working tho
old-fashioned brakes which are used
on most ot tho freight ears.
If tho Chicago aud Alton
cannot find any better billet for him,
ono of tho express companies ought
to bo able to give him a position
where his peculiar qualities may be
brought Into play. True, ho was
tho right man in tho right place
this time, but good mon aro too
scaicc to havo tliem wasted in sit
ting on trap doors to bo made a tar
get of by a gang of worthless
tramps.
But few plants will thrive on u
wet Hull. A good drain is some
times better than manure. The
warmest day of summer cannot Im
part sufficient heat to plants ona
wet 8)11.
JOHN HUGHES,
Dealer In Groceries, PninLs, Oils
mid Window Glass, Wall Ta
ller and llorder, Artists' Ma
terials, Lime, Hair. Nails and
Shingles, Hay, F.eed and Fenco
Posls, Grass Seeds, llic,
N1CW TO-IIAY.
HEED'S OPERA HOUSE.
TO-NIUHT AJ'1-
Grand Family Matinee
Saturday Afternoon at 2 O'clock.
4 Big Four 4
MINSTRELS!
li" ARTISTS,
GREAT NOVELTIES,
FUNNY PEOPLE,
SWEET SINGERS,
FINE DANCERS,
LAUGHAULE ACTS.
And tin' wonderful trained iloif,
TOM !
rf-roinlurprlreii. No extra cliurK for
roM-rvrd twatii.
CALL AT
flio Favorite Cigar Store
In Half m, or h their
Branch Store at Hie Fair Grounds
for a tint-tin cltf.ir, or a M-lect plus of
tolmeoi.
rn
?iwp mn
1, l l u
l 1 1' I 1 1 1
nu
In Hie city aro kept by Iliein, All
liiidliiK brand ulwuy nil band,
the
Their branch nloru at the fair Knium!
Uthetlncsluneoii the ground. (Jill una
eujora good arnoke.
1U(
JUST OPENED.
Krtah and tail uatrr full, ultry, kuiiio
and oyU-rin llnlr tcaton. Oil Court t.,
uiMjail thoira houte
uneniJDurrti utwii cuiojrmwaiiiru.
UOKIKIt, rnirlrlor.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Tlio Dock Laborers.
London, Sept. 10. Tho ork on
tho docks hns assumed a normal lis
ped. Fewer non-union men nro
employed and many of the men en
gaged to fill tho places of tho strikers
aro joining the union. There havo
been no attacks this morning upon
the blacklegs.
Three thousand men assembled
outside of the Victoria dock tills
forenoon and demanded the dis
missal of Ihe blacklegs. The com
pany refused to grant the demand.
Tho men at work are gunrded by
tho police.
Tho dock companies havo sent n
protest to Catdiual Manning and
the Lord Mayor, pointing out cases
of violence on the part of tho
strikers, aud stating that a number
of tho men are refusing to submit to
tho terms of the agreement. They
ask tho Cardinal aud tho Lord
Mayor to use their inlluenco hi tho
interest of peace. ZZZZ
A conference was hold to-day be
tween Cardinal Manning, Lord
Mayor and the dock companies rela
tive to the attitude of the strikers.
Cardinal Manning promised Unit he
would exhort tho strikers to obscrvo
their agreement, and not molest tho
blacklegs. Tho Lord Mayor said
that he would Issue a proclamation
agatust any riotous demonstrations
by the strikeis.
Stvimii bauds.
Wahiiinuton, ScpL "(. On mo
tion for tho review of tho decision
rendered by Secretary Vilas In De
cember of lbSS revoking the approv
ed swamp laud list known as No. 5,
Lake View laud district, In thu state
of Oregon, Secretary Noblo refused
to reopen the case, holding that no
great harm can result to the state
under tho decision as made, and on
tho contention of counsel for the
state that a legal title to tho land
was by certification vested in tho
state, the secretary says, without ex
pressing an opinion, that conceding
this to bo correct thu department is
without Jurisdiction to entertain any
motions or appeals of tliostato, aud
the whole question is resubmitted to
tho courts.
Munition in Alaska.
Wasiiinh'ION, Sept. 20. The
Commissioner of Education to-day
made public Ills annual report. In
regard to education' In Alaska, tho
commissioner states that there are
thirteen teachers employed there,
and In addition several mission
schools and an Industrial boarding
school Is maintained. The commis
sioner suggests Unit tho supervision
of tho Industrial training aud edu
cation In mission schools bo placed
under the Immediate control of the
government. He also recommends
that native teachers ho employed In
public schools, aud that only teach
ers who speak tho native language
bo employed. In this way he
thinks that natives will moro readi
ly acquire the English language aud
methods of civilized life
Hold Into Slavery.
Madhid, BepteinberiiO. The cap
tain, four sailors, aud one passenger
of tho Spanish vessel captured by
tho natives oil' the coast of Morocco
havo been carried Into the Interior
to ho hold Into slavery. The Hpun
Isli government will make an Imme
diate demand on the sultan of Mo
rocco that the prlsoncrx be restored
lo their liberty.
Suiriiln or Murder?
Rt. LnuiH, Beptumbcr liO. Henry
1'eteiH, a farmer aged f", hailing
from Otiliicy, III., was found on the
stairs leading to tho lodging-house
at 01 1 Market street to-Juy with his
lliro.it cut. The windpipe Is severed
hut Peters Is still alive. It is not
known whether it Is it cao of at
tempted suicide or murder.
Helen! I lie botanists have been ex
amining the plant life of (ireeuland,
with a view to lotccrtuliiing whether
that country belonged more natur
ally to Kuiopu or America. They
have decided that, from the stand
jml:t of botanical geography, (Jreen
litiid is nearly related to America.
Pel hup It win a part of our contin
ent una'.
A Hoslou company are making
rattan burial caskets. Baultury rea
fous nro strongly urged In Its favor.
In tho heavy, tightly cloned hard
wood colli ii a corpse remains a tenter
log danger In the soil sometimes for
ytan. In tho open wicker work
IgoIUij 1 1 dec.is and retuius toils
i .
I original elements rapidly,
I1XIVEKS1TY NOTES.
Thos. M. Qrlder, of Skipanon,
will enter school Monday.
G. IL Rrucoand P. L. Mooro went
down to Wheatland, to spend Sun
day. U. II. Spalding, of Klickitat, ar
rived in Salem to-day, and Is pre
paring to enter school.
Rev. A. S. Mulligan, of tho class
of '88, and now located nt Columbus,
W. T., is spending a few days in tho
city.
Mr. Eades, sherlll' of Umatirn
county, and theedltor of tlio Pendle
ton Tribune, took a look through
tho University tlio llrstof tho week.
O. O. Miller, of Spokane, a former
student of Spokane college, and W.
IL .! onion, an old-time student of
Willamette, will enter tho Junior
class Monday.
Tlio young ladles of tho Philodo
slan society will give an open meet
ing In two weeks from this evening.
A good program has been arranged
for tlio occasion.
Frank Powell, who was a student
of Willamette University in '7i. and
David Fisher, both of Kast Port
land, visited tho university tho lat
ter p'irt of tho week.
Miss Victor, of Pastern Wash.,
aud a sister lo Miss PI vara Victor, of
the senior class, arrived In the city
last evening and will spend the
winter In Salem.
Mrs. Comb, of Piinoville, was In
Salem the llrst of tlio week. Sho
was accompanied by her two daugh
ters, who will spend the winter nt
tlio Woman's college, attending the
University.
Misses Laura Dlmiek and Carrie
Gieason, of Hubbard, the former of
tho class of '8(1 and thu latter, who
will enter the senior class at the
beginning of next term, spent a few
days visiting friends and seeing
sights at tho fair.
P. R. Cox, of tho Sophomore class
of '88, passed through Salem thu
llrst of thu week, on his way to Cal
ifornia, where ho will enter tlio Pa
elllo University. Mr. Cox was a
thorough student, and thu Wlllaui
elte's loss will hutho Pacific's gain.
Mr. and Mrs. Cllllestle, graduates
ol tlio Iowa State University, who
aro recently from Ord, Nebraska,
but now looking around Salem for a
homo, visited the various depart
ments of thu school Tuesday. They
expressed themsulves as well pleased
with the schools of Salem. They
are both teachers of high standing,
aud their opinion should ho worth
something.
Tho literary societies of tho Uni
versity have decided to publhh a
slxleeii-pagu monthly Journal, to bu
known as thu Willamette Collegian,
thu first Issue of which will appear
In about a week. Thu design of
tho Journal Is to promote thu general
interest of education, and to supply
a deeply felt want In tlio literary
societies. Tlio societies havo chosen
II. L. Kteveus editor-in-chief, Miss
Mlnnlo Frlekey and Jas. P. Altshel
associates and N. M. Newport busi
ness manager.
AI!MSyM.LKNOTi:S.
('oriexKindenci-nftbe Ciipllul Journal.
Au.mhvii.IiI:, Or., Sept. 10, '80.
Noting statements made by your
correspondent "Daisy," of Cham
pocg, regarding hops, please allow
mu to ask for some Information.
"Daisy" says: "At thirteen cents
a pound the average hop yard hero
will net f 100 kt acre." Aud that
"Ous 1'Iosfur'H yard yielded 10!)
boxen per acre," Taking Mr. Hos
ier's yard as an "average," how Im
It to "net $100 per acre?"
I am a novice In the hop business,
but I havo a few, and they yielded
at the late of l.'ll boxes per acre, but
how to get thu $100 per aero "net"
out of them Is what puzzles me. I
am informed that a box of hops
yields 1 to 1 1 lbs of dried product.
Average, l.'l lbs at 13 cents cr lb, Is
$.1.01) per box, $181,21 ier acre. Pick
lug at oO cents per box, ol.60.
This leaves (20.70 to pay for super
intendents, hnullug,drylug,Hulphur,
burlap, billing, hoard of hands, Can
It lie done for that'.' I would like to
see tlio figures,
P. H. Mattkho.v.
Wo will havo lo allow "Daisy" to
explain this us our "h.ip" editor Is
laid up on account of taking In
a tittle too much of thu fair, I'M.
William Jones, for twenty years
it trusted emp'oyuof I. II. Duller .v
Co., educational publishers at Phil
adelphia, has dl-appcared. It N
said hu Ik (10,000 short In Ills tic
co nits.
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