Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, October 08, 1889, Image 1

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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
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BEST PAPER IN SALEM.
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VOL. 2.
SALEr, OREGON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1889.
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Ladies Cashmere Hose, black ami colors, at 23c, sold everywhere at
40 cents.
Silk Handkerchiefs 2o cents.
A few of those men's hats left which must go at hnlf price.
BLANKETS $1.50 PER PAIR !
Men's Underwear and Shirts going at a great reductiou.
A full line of Surali Silks, extra quality, at "5 cents per yard.
I show more dress goods than any house in Salem, aud can match
any piece I sell with the latest trimmiug. My
CLOAKS
Are of the best make and latest styles. They were bought cheap and
are marked very low. If you contemplate buying let me show them
to you.
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Yearsof experience as a caterer to the public enables me to buy the
light kind of goody and at the right kind of prices.
fiSTMy Motte: "Alwifys Lead and Never Follow."
T. HOLVERSON,
NEW BANK BLOCK ,301 COMMERCIAL ST.
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RESIDENT LOTS IN
Nob Hill!'
The whole plat is in a fine state of cultivation, seeded in clover, with
a good turf. No grubs, no stumps, no rocks or gravel, soil good, elevated
and level, has a line view of the city, surrounding country, the mountain
ranges aud snow-capped peaks. Pure cold well water. Is twelve blocks
south of the Chemekete hotel and post office- blocks, on Commercial and
Liberty streets. These lots arc offered by Geo. H. Jones on monthly
or quarterly installments, without interest until paid. They are now
actually worth in cash more than the prices named for them on longtime
without interest. If you want lots can on mm at. ms reai usuuu mure o.w
200 Commercial street, haiein.
Wol Adventure
Company.
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CASHMERES. 10c, 50c, 00c, 75c, 00c and $1 a yard. A
large assortment of good values. Ladies' cloth and waterproof.
VELVETS. Our lines can't bo duplicated iu the city. All
shades, styles aud prices are represented.
FLANNELS. Small plaids, good quality, IS cents n yard,
a better quality and a larger plaid for 50c, 75 and $1. Light
white llannels 15c a yard, worth 25c, better onesat30e, -tOoand
50c. worth 45c, 50c and 75c. Also red, pink and blue llannels,
a nice fresh assortment.
TOWELS. Good linen towels at $1 a dozou, sold every
where elso for $1.25. Theo are going fast. Damask towels at
20c, worth 25. Fine Turkish hath towels, white and colored,
25c. These prices are within the reach of, everybody. .
A WORD TO THE MEN. When you get ready to buy
your winter underwear, will at the Capital Adventure Com
pany's Store. You will save money thereby. See if you don't.
We have Oiled and Rubber Coats and Leggius, Rubber Boots
and Shoes, and everything else you need to make you com
fortable. CLOTHING. Men's Youths' and Boys' Suits and Over
coats, all styles and sizes. We can suit the Laborer and Me
chanic as well as the most fastidious. A new line of umbrellas
just received, cambric and silk covers. Get our prices.
CORSETS. "Little Beauty," 50c, "Pasadena," 75c. These
are good articles, and very cheap. Finer corsets at $1, $1.50
and $2. A large line.
i
CSTEverybody who trades at the Opera House Comer goes
away pleased.
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CAPITOL ADVENTURE COMPANY,
SALEM,
OREGON.
THE RELIABLE GROCERS,
GEO. H. JONES.
Highland Grove,
On the Oregon Pacific Railroad Two Miles South of Heliama.
Lots can be selected aud purchased by applying to S. M. McLane, mall
carrier, or N. Mills, at the station, who vill show the plat. Prices are
reasonable and the location-desirable.
GEO. H. JONES,
Real Estate Oillce, 200 Commercial Street, Salem.
Abstracts.
For reliable aud correct
ABSTRACT OF TITLE,
Call on the
Salem Abstract and Land Company
E. E. AUSTIN, Manager.
NO. 231 COMMERCIAL STREET, SALEM, OREGON.
8-The only complete set of Abstracts in Marion county.
KELLER
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SONS,
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem,
Specialties in Table Luxuries,
Fine Tea, and Coffee, Creamery
Butter, Cream Clieese, etc.
l'nttilrrljr Sitfuki.
St. Louis, October 7. The ex
pectation that General Master Work
man Powderly would reply to the
numerous attacks inado upon him
drew an immense crown to to-night's
meeting at Turner Hall, l'owderly
was received with great applause.
Ho spoke In a general way of the
objects of the order, and said it was
asked why he did not advocate pro
hibition. Simply, said he, because
the order had not declared for it.
Ho did not advocate a single tax,
though a personal believer in it.
Addressing himself to the charges
against him, l'owderly spoke of Ills
protest against the appointment of
Furlong.
Mr. Lewis Miller, the father-in-law
of Edison, the inventor, Is, next
to Bishop Vincent, tlje leading man
in developing the Chautauqua idea.
Mr. Miller is a well-built, solid-looking
gentleman, with a gray beard
and jovial face. His eyes are bright
and his manners genial. Mr. Mil
ler comes from Ohio, and is about
f9 years of age. Having had only
the advantages of a common-school
education himself, lie appreciates
the anxiety of others similarly situ
ated to continue their studies but
who are debarred by circumstances
from attending college.
Mail advices from the Congo are
reassuring. The- Arabs maintain a
cordial attitude aud navigation is
unimpeded. Tippoo Tib is helpful
and submissive.
Iloston university has graduated
478 doctors of medicine and surgery
nearly one-half of whom nro women.
JOHN HUGHES,
Deatlor in Groceries, Taints, Oils
mill Window Glass, "Wall Pa
per and llordcr, Artists' Ma
terials, Lime, Hair. Nails and
Shingles, Hay, Feed and Fence
Posts, Grass Seeds, Etc,
Ni:W TOIIAY,
WE LEAD IN CANNED GOODS.
Remember the Place and Call
KRAUSSE & KLEIN
Carry the Largest Line of
Boots and
Shoes
COMPRISING
Men's Boy's and Youth's Calf, Kip and Nailed Riots. Also u large slock
of Men's Calf Button, Congress nnd Gaiter Shoes of the
Latest and Best Styles and Finish.
A. A. OS130RN
Uiih 20S acres of
flic Best Pasture Land in flic State,
iiiomllo from tliobrlilunln J'ollc county.
I'urllri wishing piuitiiro will iiddremi
A. A. OSIIUUN, H.ilom,
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 01
Mable Santly's
?emalc Burlesque Company !
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
TUP. IttNIt AT TACOMA.
20
AKTISTS.
1 TUB BIG FOUR SEIllfl COMICS.
LIZZIE AHNOLI),
LI DA GARDNER,
KEN YON 8IKTEHB.
flie Two Ureal Comedian? anil Kml Men,
BILLY
A UNO LI),
IIAHKY
J'AHKEH.
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Real Estate
WM. SARGEANT,
DEALER IN
AND
INSURANCE.
llnvlne removed my oftice to S3 Suite
Mritullm now better prepared than eer
to do a rushing
Real Estate Business
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jer, Pictures
FRAMES, MOULDINGS,
BRACKETS, TOYS, FANCY GOODS.
Commercial Street, Salem, 0i.
New Harness Shop.
FIVE HUNDRED DOZEN
Ladles', Misses and Children's French, Kid, Pebble Goat, O. Kid, Don
go'a Shoes, Saudals, Slippers, Ties, Etc. Rargains in all Lines.
KRAUSSE & KLEIN, 211 Commercial Street
Wm. Brown & Co,
DQALSKS IN
BOOTS .AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings.
(Jrund Hontullonul I'lrnl I'urt.
A Refined Show! All Fun!
7-TiU:vU m wile ut Pulton'
tier onireri Talk Cnnrernlni; tlio llr
eont Mi'uri Miult', to the
Amount r 8:10,000.
Tacoma, Wn., Oct. " Tito U.
S. revenue cutter Rush, about
which so much has boon written In
reference to allowing her Retiring
sea captures to escape, dropped
anchor in Commencement bay this
morning. She Is Is on Iter way to
San Francisco for the winter.
Lieutenant Tuttle was met by a
a reporter and asked about the es
cape of the vessels whluh had been
taken. In answer to the inquiry he
said:
"Tito previous report concerning
the escape of the vessels wo took
were correct so far as they wont,
but they did not row n far as thoy
should to make the report complete.
Tlio newspapers were not acquain
ted with the circumstance of tho
cruise. There were about forty-two
vessels in .Retiring sea. They had
crews of from twenty to twenty-live
men. Tho Rush had a crew of nine
teen men only, and wo were crowd
ed then. Wo made six captures.
We had not a sulllclent crew to man
tho vessels, that is plain to sco.
When wo took a vessel, all wo could
do was to put a man aboard her
and tell her to report at Sitka. Wo
took theirs' skins and arms
away from them, ho they could
catch no more seals Well,
tolling a vessel to report at
Sitka, 1000 miles away, was like toll
ing a man to go to Jail and deliver
himself into custody, lie would
not go. Neither did the vessel.
Some of them sailed down to Vic
toria with one man on board. They
were powerless. That was tho best
we could do. Wo don't deserve any
leather medals, because wo had no
oilier course loft open to us. The
sea is deserted now. Tito seal catch
ing season is over. Wo drove all
tho vessels out, and dropped into tho
Sound on our way down to clean
the bottom of the Rush of a few
barnacles and much grass, which
attaches itself to tho bottom
of a vessel in those waters.
There is a nice beach at Olympia
for Unit purpose. When tho tide
goes out it leaves you high aud dry,
aud the scraping can easily bo done.
Tho value of tho sealskins wo took
iu tho Rehrlligsea was about 10,000
'Jiipt. KiiiiiiIiikIoii Inmini'.
Poim.AKi), Or., Oct. 7. This af
ternoon Captain James lCenniugton,
who was into iu command of II com
pany, Fourteenth Infantry, station
ed at Vancouver barracks, was ar
rested on complaint of his wife,
charged with dangerous insanity,
lie was examined tills afternoon,
and recommended to lie treated at
tho State Insane asylum. While
undergoing examination ho was
very quiet, and showed no evidence
or insanity beyond a partial loss of
memory, but Mrs. ICcnnliigton testi
fied Mint ho has frequently threaten'
ed to murder hi own family, Includ
ing herself. Only last week ho as
saulted his son with a sword. The
dliect cause of Ills allllctioii Is a
wound iu the head, leceived at the
battle of Frcdciioksbuig. lie will
be taken Immediately to the asylum
for proper treatment.
ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS.
AXOTIIKlt WKKCK.
The Smith lluimtl Train .Meets With
a Terrible Arridcnt at Ilulsey
Fireman Killed.
.Special to tliu Cnpltiil Jo mini.)
Ai.iiany, Oct. 8, ;t:lr p. m. A
terrible accident happened last even
ing at 9:1W, two miles north of Jlul
scy station, by running into n band
of cattle, killing three head. The
engine and six ears were derailed.
t,ATi:it.
4:10 p. in. Oct. 8. South bound
California express train wrecked
last evening at 9:20, two miles north
of Halsey station, by running into
a band of eattlo killing three bead.
The engine aud six cars leaving tho
track. One fruit ear, mail, baggage
and express cars, and two Pullman
sleepers. The engine and fruit
car were totally demolish
ed, Engineer John McFadden
was scalded and bruised, but
not seriously. Fireman Slociim
was killed. He was badly crushed
and scalded. The eiigincei and lire
man were brought to Ablany about
10 o'clock this morning, and eared
for. The engineer has a fam
ily in Portland. The II reman
is a single man. Ills relatives liv
ing in Minneapolis. It was re
ported that he was to have been
married on the 14th lust.
Tho wrecking train was ordered
as soon as possible from Portland
and arrived between one and two
this morning. Wreck will cause
about 18 hours delay.
The accident was an appalling one
and the wonder is that all escaped
so luckily. The cattle were not
seen until tho train was In a
few feet of them. Tho engineer is
well known on tho road and the
poor llreman was one who had
many friends, lilsdcath Is a sad
one indeed.
Fni.i. Into a Wi:i.i..Thls after
noon about U::t0 Air. (1. W. Wilson
came riding Into the city iu post
haste from tho farm of Thomas
Rruco about live miles north-west
of tho city, after a physician. A
.Joi'it.s'Ai, rcpoilcr was on hands
soon after Air. Wilson arrived and
learned that thh afternoon that Mr.
Itruoo, Mr. Wilson and a young
man who was working on tho farm
started to clean out a well, which, is
about forty feet deep. Tho young
man was lowered down into the well
and after being theie a low minutes
coniplalnedof leellugsick. Mr. IJruco
totd I kl in to come out ol the well
as soon as possible, lie stinted to
climb out, and when about one-third
of tho way out bo suddenly fell back
Into the well, lie was brought out
as soon as possible, and when ho
reached J he top ho was as lim
ber as a dead pen-on and was
in that condition when Mr.
Wilson rtarled to the city for a
doctor. Dr. Henderson has gone
to the soeueof tho accident and will
render what assistance Is possible.
Tho young man was a stranger,
was yj years old ami has been work
ing for Mr. Bruce about olio week.
NEW RESTAURANT !
JlltS. A. C. IiEAIM
Hum tiikcn cIimtko (ir llm W. . 'I.I. ri'id.
inK room, mill liut tliirlt-it u flrx i-Iiim rnt
Uinrinit In lyinmi'lluii wllli tlio name, J'r
A GOOD MEAL
(Jive licrn cull. Noililm-wiiri' nnplnyi'd.
KverylliliiK ubonl the etiililltiiiiriit l
nwit iiml tit un ami In isooilonlrr.
AUSO
Fire and Accident Insurance
Isaac A. Manning;
93 Slate Street.
H. K Wiley hai now a nne vk i
lKiiauiery u m
mil nnd IntlX'
lleittilr vrorlc ncwlty
dleryon nandandlnviuiiue
nni.iiff to cull nnd lnii-ct nil iiock
nii and I
234 Commercial Stroot.Sulom
City Tux Notice.
.. f.-i ! im or nnvr due nnd
ctaMd. T5!payr will plue SOern
iMiitoeivMirdlc1jr;(WorIORDi
City Tx Collector.
nFnRRFwirK7NS'
uSl'SKUSSlS NW 8UTOHKH SHO
ii inner. bealtbrul ttlmulu. nd , ijtwrty itnt. c be t"l1" ,q
fl, W,tv
XkeVL V
IS Ye-
WOO!,,
CASH PAID FOR
HIDES,
PELTS,
AND FURS.
Till. Iiuum ntrrln n large ktork of llrtt
cUi gcidt from lliu txtt manufucturrrt In
tlit iifl(l,und U rMitl IokIX) talUfuo
tlmi. lOi Iw !) "d Uullly. Ut tnerj
line m Im rflll i-urrlutMi xxla (I litem,
i hi iliiv. ui-tk or tltiKltt iiiiiil,
m iiim H'iiimj ImlMliif, Court
trt-et,Htt!m
lloiird l
Cull ut Hie trn IK
i, Oniii.
Established 18681
Hie Oldest and Slaunelitsl Between Saera
atnto sod I'ortlaod.
LADD &. BUSH,
Biokt rc, Iron Buildiig, Silrin, Oregon.
llm Turk ;lliiii,
CniCAdo, Oct. 7. The sensation
on the lio.ii d this morning was the
announcement that the pork clliu
uad seemed an iujtinetlou against
llie board of trado inspector to pre
vent lilm from Issuing any certifi
cates on the newly packed October
jsirk. Theoll(ticyeterday leceived
and jmid for ail tho newly jiaeked
pork oilered, but it now trausplrts
that this is the only jsirkwdd to the
olliitio at a low price. Tho high-
priced pork teiidend them on the
late deliveries of yesterday was re
fused and an Injunction to prevent
Its delivery was asked for. Tlio director-
met In tee rut session soon
alter the board oeued. Tho Iu
jtinetlou U'sldcH prohibiting the di
ll very of the pork, ulho prevents the
Isiard from ill elpliuiug its members
for refusing to take the pork.
Count Von Minister, (luriuau Am
ImsMidor to i'ranee, lias bcci with
Prince illMiiarvk hIiico Friday. It Is
rumored that the count wUbes to
resign owing to ae and ill lualtli.
Tin: Ciikixi: Cahi:. -The cliccso
ease as published correct exclusively
in tho Capita ii Jouiinai., was
tried befoio Justice Chase this after
noon. Tho cano was "Th Ktate of
Uregou vs. I'ied itueeho and John
Aplenalp," charged with the crime
nfstoaliiig II) cheese. Judge J. J.
.Shaw appeared for the prosecution
mil Attorneys 1. II. D'Arey and
J, A. Carson appeared for tho
defendants. The defense was that
the cheese was not properly at
tached, and after a lengthy argu
ment Justice Chase sustained the
contention and discharged the de
fendants, Tlie easo was watched
with interest, and tlio outcome was
not looked lor liy anyone wlio was
not on the Inside of I lie matter.
Kok Kai.i;--Moihoo's cottage op
poslto.M. 10. church, with or without
ftiriiituie. A good bargain can liu
had, Call at the house for terms.
Tim: Mcciianich' Kami. -Parties
attending the Mechanics fair should
iciivi! uicii oiucin nil Kiiicuiii'n
(lilbertit i'.itlersou's.
at
Kihii, l-'ihii. Tho Kaltiniore llsh
market on Court s.ieet Is the place
to get your llnh, poultry aud game.
It.
Knit Ri:st. Two neat furnished
r minis, for rent; centrally located.
For particulars call at this oillce.
tcuouilli Jtejii, nwut iiu(4c. n.MM..
on every inui iiww(inawiuiiuiimiii,
HciiAi's. This week wo aro oiler
liU biruatiis In Scrap llisiks. .Notice
our display and prices. T. MiF.
Patton, OH State streut.
Aocouuti ki-it, I(mii
r irt'.rtf firf fif lliMWIlfl
elt.tof f-rrdll ltutrt to lru rte.n. illev
Xo.'ii ComuicrclMl Street,
ICIUIll III IIEIIII Im4l " -- "- -"-. ,
I...,. .u tiirouvluiut ika LiilltdHUlM. I rkirJirlllu it 11
ii... 1. 1. .....,. . ui.. u.iini kti. muniv ' crtulliiK un unnellU'.
t2. i.u . ....f- M..lirl leMfiftpr lull.' UtllltflVilll ttlUllUtll
rout kouuiauiiHlUunt itiu littut. with cxm
A Gwjd Appttit.
It tvMintuil to Kt liiwltli; luit ut Itili
truton II It om-n ll. om lux (o tlio imvi-rty
orlminirliy i( llm IiIimmI, ili-riitiu'iMiient nl
the dli(tlivu orviint. unil Hid wtuU.'iilnif
rltuet i if Ilia I'lmmdiiK mviuiii. IIih1'
wiiiiurruil iiRUiiiiio lor
Killing tliedUMtluii.
in i no wuoie lytiem
Thirty-two of tho 'JU RoulauglsfH
candidates noiuliiiited, have with
drown from tho coining French
election. It is now too lato to sub
Htltute other candidates.
It Is now btattd that Mrs. Lang
try remains In England to bring tho
llrltons who scored her acting so
unmercifully yearn ago to oukuqwi
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