Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, December 05, 1889, Image 1

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VOL. 2.
Follow the Crowd
And you will find yourself at
T. HOLVERSOIM'S
. Dry Goods Store !
Where there are offered, dally, genuine bargains in Dress Goods, Cloaks,
Jackets, Kid Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery, Underwear, Ribbons, Ties and
everything kept in n first-class Drv Good's Kshihiiahmont. tii,,
Is rapidly increasing.
tSrOo not fail to visit this popular store.
THE GIvOBB
Real Estate
Loan and Exchange !
292 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON
Wm. Brown k Co.
DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
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Finest Stock
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KRAUSSE
Carry the finest
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WGooa. aold by tbem,comamiu.Y.. --". Ura
than nnv .rAXrta an H hv R11V other bOUS6 OH thO COBSt. lHev CUrr.y v
Vm line SipMS, dents', Misses', Youths' and cmidrcns ,,.-.
Goods bought direct from the manufactory
KRAUSSE & KLEIN, 211 Commercial Street.
SctiooTBooks
-A, complete line of
STATIONERY,
. -( 'i. , . ?G0LD PENS A FANCY LEATHER GOODS
J; BENSON STARR'S
NO 94 STATE STREET - - ' SALEM' REGN
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Leather and Findings
CASH PAID FOR
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PELTS,
AND FURS.
Tills house carries a large stock of llrst
claw goods from the best manufacturers In
the world, and Is prepared to give satlbfac
tlon. both In stye and quality, to every
one who will purchase goods ot them,
No. 231 Commercial Street,
SALEM - - - OREGON
in the State !
KLEIN
and most elegant
STATE!
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SALEM, OREGON.
Capitol Adventure Coipj,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Proyisions, Crockery, Glass
ware, Woodemvare, Fancy Goods and Notions.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
Everything Ion Want Under One Roof.
JUST RECEIVED :
Eight Bales of Cotton Bats, which wo will sell for 15c a pound.
Men's Knee Gum Boots $2 50
Men's Long Gum Boots . 3 00
LOOK AT OUR CLOTHING PRICES.
Men's "black suits ...$ 5 00
,50 Men's suits, usual price $12, now
ou Men's suits, usual price 515, now - 11 50
60 Men's suits, usual price $20, now - 15 00
50 Men's suits, usual price 22.50, now - - 18 00
OVERCOATS.
A Reed overcoat $ 7 50
Fifty overcoats, usual price $15, now 11 60
Fine light overcoats, worth $18 and $20, now offered for $15 and 10 60
BOrders from a distance promptly filled. Goods delivered free to
any part of the city. Please give us a call.
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GEO. W. JOHNSON, Pres.
H. A. JOHNSON, Jr., Treas.
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State, Land and fras
(Incorporated.)
LOAN BROKERS
-AND DEALERS IN
Real
95 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
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People looking for investments and seeking residence property
should seethe Motor Line Addition ana West Salem. Lots In
.either of these additions'will make you a choice and convenient
home; will make a neat return as an Investment In a short time.
It fill Pay Ion to Investigate
before making a purchase. To those hunting lots to build on, we
will sell you a lot by you paying $10 down und the balance In
monthly payments. To those wishing to invest for speculations
We Will Give Terms
that will allow you time to sell the property to make your pay
ments, giving you an opportunity to Dtiy and sell with a small
capital. We have
A Few Choice Lots In Oak Lawn Park Addition
that we are offering at a bargain. Wo also have a list of choice
bargains lu nearly every addition to Salem. We have some choice
acre tracts. We have
Farms and Timber Lands I
No one seeking such property should conclude to purchase
without examining our list.
W. F. PECK, Manager.
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SALEM,
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THOMAS RURR0WS
Ha Jut received a new line of the latest
style of hanging lamp which will be sold
at the inott reasonable rate. We also
carry a full line of Groceries, Feed, Cigars,
Tobacco,
Crockery and Glassware
Don't fall to sample our new line of con
a U lo'inmrrrUl Street, Halem, fgon
THTJBSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1889.
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P. H. D'ARCY,
T. C. SHAW, Vice-Pres.
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OREGON.
Salem Co-Operative Association
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Choice Groceries I
CROCKbRY
In White Granite and Dcemted Wart,
01 ware, etc, He our stock and price
134 BTATK STKKtfT HAI.KM.
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COMPANY
Company !
Estate
TO Postmasters Appointed.
Washington, Dec. 4. The fol
lowing changes havo been mado In
pestmasters: Washington, Mary E.
Toucks at Deception, Skagit county,
vice M. Chrlstiauson, resigned; N.
C. Johnson at Sloaman, Snohomish
county, vice B. C. W. Schloman, re
signed; J. H. Piercy at West Fern
dal, Whatcom county, vice J. D.
Wheeler, removed.
JOHN HUGHES,
Dealer in Groceries, Paints, Oils
and Window Glass, Wall Pa
per and Border, Artists' Ma
terials, Lime, Hair. Nails and
Shingles, Hay, Feed and Fencq
Posts, Grass Seeds, Etc,
NEW TO-DAY.
Help Wanted
A lady of experience and excellent ref
erences will accept a position In a good
family as housekeeper for good wages.
First class experience.
Boy, 10 to 18 years old, to do chores and
make himself useful. A steady situation
to tho right one. Ocrmiim preferred,
If you want help of any kind or If you
are looking for a situation, call on or leave
your order at
Employment Office,
292 Commercial street
Special Announcement.
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY,
Commencing Monday, Dec, 9th.
The great sensational actress
In her latest and greatest success,
11 Mother's Love!"
Read thoOreeonlan of Dec. 3nnd 4. The
greatest actress that ever visited this coun
cil Tuesday the Creole.
Seats on sale at I'atton's Book Store'
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE.
Wanted: A girl to do laundry work)
. "A good engineer wanted.
Five men wanted to split rails and chop
wood.
A girl wanted to do general housework.
If you want employment or are looking
lor help call on or address.
PHILLIPS & SHIVE,
200 Commercial St., Up-gtalrs
'A FULL LINE
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With specialties In
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Valerian China Tea Sets,
French China Dinner Sets.
RIDGWAY'S FAMOUS
Buckingham Pattern
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ROYAL
SEMI-PORCELAIN
Of which we constantly keep a full line
and open stock, enabling us to make up
Dinner and Tea sets of any size, or sell by
the single piece. The finest assortment o
CHAMBER SETS
Ever shown In Salem.
A FULL STOCK
Ol the latest land handsomest patterns In
Olassware,
y-Pleas call and examine our stock.
WELLER BROS.,
201 Commercial Street.
Miss Helen Blyik,
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Crockery and Glassware!
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
COMMENTS ON Till: MESSAGE.
Senator Hermann, or Oregon Much
Pleasod With l'roslilnnts Message.
Washington, Dec. 4th, Mr.
Hermann, of Oregon, says: "In re
gard to tho messago his reference to
tho Chinese questions though brief,
will prove eminently satisfactory to
the peoplo of the state. Ho recogni
zed that tho last treaty negotiated
was a father and more complete re
striction of tho Chiucso labor immi
gration. With it ho nlso advises
further congressional action and
frankly argues that this class of labor
element so comomn within the Pa
cific Is "incompatible with our social
relations," and should bo excluded.
By this messago tho President
places himself on a Arm footing
with our coast on this ques
tion and is in sympathy
with congress In Its efforts to effect
a more completo restriction- of Chi
nese labor 1 integration. 'Homes for
homeless,' is another subject which
received equally earnest and posi
tive attention. Tho president in
dicates his disapproval of tho largo
and fraudulent holdings of public
domain, so common within tho past
years under tho timber aot especially
where this is done through "dum
mies," or agents, but In reality for
a common principal or rich syndi
cate. In no better maimer and in
no better place could Ben Harrison
so well havo written htmsolf tho
poor mans friend. His advocaoy of
old soldiers' dependent pension will
bring him nearer than ever to the
old defenders.
HE WANTS MOKE DOLLARS.
Mr. Townsend Emphatic for Free Coin
age up to Four Millions.
Washington; Dec. 4. Hosea
Townsend, of Colorado, said to-day:
"I am decidedly opposed to tho law
of the secretary of the treasury, to
issue notes or certificates upon de
posit of silver bullion at its market
value. I am in favor of free coinage
If we cannot get free coinage, I
want a monthly purchase of sliver
bullion Inscribed to $4,009,000. Tho
silver dollars which have been coin
ed during the last few years, at tho
rate of $2,000,000 per month, havo all
gone into circulation through their
representatives, sliver certificates.
I believe a much larger amount,
namely, $4,000,000 per month, would
Just as readily go into general circu
lation and bo at onco abolished by
the rapidly Increasing demands of
trade and population, but I am still
more In favor of free coinage. It
would bo something of an experi
ment but I bellevo It would prove
succes3ful. I seo that tho prcsidont
estimates that tho sliver dollar has
been to a certain extent discredited.
If that is true tho government is
responsible for it. Lot this govern
ment cease to discredit white metal
and there will bo no further discred
iting by any one.
Senator JJolph's Hill.
Washington, Dec. 5. Among
the more importunt bills to bo in
troduced by Senator Dolph are tho
follewing: For public buildings at
Portland and Salem; for an assay
ofllce at Portland; to forfeit tho un
earned land grant of tho Northern
Puclfio railroad company; to repeal
the pre-emption und timber culture
law, and amend tho homestead and
desert land act; providing for a gun
fuctory for tho army and navy on
the Pacific coast; for tho settlement
and payment of Indian depredation
claims; for the payment of tho Ore
gon and Washington Indian war
debts of 1855-oQ.
A Sport's Opinion.
Nkw Youk, Dec. 3. Itlchard K.
Fox, who has Just returned from
England after seeing tho Jackson-
Smith fight, said to-day. "I never
saw a moro scion lillo boxer than
Jackson in my life, unless I except
John L. Sullivan. He hus u fist on
him Ukou nine-pound cauuon ball.
Ho and John L. could do somo fine
boxin.'r. Juckson hasn't Sullivan's
development. I'm afraid he'd knock
tho AtiBtralluu out."
Htan'ej's Hair Is White.
London, Dec. 6. Tho Herald
commissioner under date of Nu"nnu,
November 20, S p. m,, says: "I have
Just met Stanley Emln Pasha,
Cosatl, Hulrs, Jephson, Dr. Purke,
Nelson and Iionny and CC0 men,
women und children. I found
Stanley looking exceedingly healthy.
I presented him with the American
flag, which Is now fiylug from Stan
ley's tent. Stanley's hair la quite
white. Emln Pasha In conversa
tion said he did not wish any honors,
NO. 242.
WASHINGTON GOSSIP.
The Oregon Representatives Hard at
Work on Measures.
Washington, Dec. 4. Repre
sentative Hermann has been dolnir
much quiet work for his state In
tno department since his arrival.
Ho says his congressional exner-
lenco has taught him that It Is not
tne talking member who is goner
ally thsmost successful In legisla
tion, but It Is rather tho polltlo, per
sistent, and yet tho quiet worker,
Tho volume of national leclslatlon Is
now so vast in magnitude ond so va
ried in details that tho congress at
large must defer almost excluaivelv
to committee reports as a basis for
action. Without a favorable report
it is almost a miracle to secure the
passago of a bill. To be represent
ed in tho proper committee is there
fore of great Importance to a state.
and now more than ever.
Mr. Hermann was fortunate in his
support of Mr. Reed, tho successful
caudldato for speaker. They were
closely associated in thelastcongress,
having occupied adjoining seats. It
was to him, Carter of Montana and
McKenna of California that Mr.
Reed relied for his reserve force in
tho extreme West to elect. Mr. Her
mann will seek a place on the com
rulttcoof rivers and harbors, where
he claims lie can bo of greater service
to his seat than through any other
committee. Wilson, of Washington,
and Carter, of Montana, will both
favor this assignment. Tho former
will seek a place on public lands
committee, and tho latter on coin
ago, weights and mcasuic3.
WASHOUT NKAR IlEDUING.
Oregon and California Trains Delayed
Extraordinary Rainfall.
Ban Francisco, Dec. 4. The
present storm continued last night,
extending over the entire state, as
well as cast of the Sierra mountains.
In the mountains there was a heavy
snowfall in a short time, but the
two big rotary Bnow-shovels of the
railroad made quick work with tho
track covering bo that no delays of
consequence resulted.
In the Siskiyou mountains the
snow became rain, and down it
came in torrents. At Middlo creek,
three miles north of Redding, a
washout resulted from tho heavy
downpour, and about seventy feet
of track was undermined and carried
away. This disaster delayed the
down Oregon express, due here at
7:45 a. m. to-day, and it did not
reach hero until evening. It is
probablo tho train duo to-morrow
will also bo delayed, as well as
northbound trains.
A forco of men went up from Red
Bluff, and tho work of repair Is in
active progress, Thcro has been an
enormous quantity of rain lu this
section, and trouble was anticipated
by railroad men.
At Delta, twenty-eight miles
above Redding, over three feet of
ralu havo already fallen.
HI!U TOl COTTAGE.
Mr. Cleveland Flatly Refuses to
Sell
It ut Auy i'rlco,
Washington, D. C, Dec. 4. Ex
President Cloycliiud either has an
ardent attachment for Washington
real estutc, or else ho hopes some
day to bo tiguln located In Washing
ton, At least such Is the inference
drawn by business men of this city
who havo learned of a recent offer
madp for the Red Top Cottag prop
erty, Soveral days ugo a proposi
tion was made to Mr. Cleveland for
tho purchaso of his property, the
amount ofl'ered belug upwards of
$160,000. This is about five times
what the property cost him, hut to
the surprise of tho bidder he was
met with a flut but courteous re
fusal. In his reply, Mr. Clevclaud
said that Red Top Is not for sale,
and that It Is his Intention to pre
serve it as a country residence for
himself. Further, ho desired It
understood that some day he pro
posed to take up his permanent
abode at Red Top, and especially as
it afforded him an opportunity for
quietude and recreation.
From Act on the Ooeau,
London, Dec. 4. Tho Morning
Post says: "If President Harrison
curries out the peaceful progressive
principles indicated lu his message
the whole world will bo gainers
thereby.
Tho fancy materials thut havo
been so freely introduced for dress
suluiare a temporary fashion only.
Tho BUperflue plain cloth will wain
tain their hold in spite of all inno
vations. Kansas has a girl
12-year-old
chool teacher.
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