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"THE PEOPLE'S PAPER."
SAliETVT. OREGON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1392.
"TO-DAY'S JST2WS TO-DAY."
dui a oiraioniiTorwara uonaiion ot diuu.uu in oasn 10 our ousiuiiibis. j
"With each Dollar's worth of goods purchased for Cash at our store, we, will give a Cash Coupon, good for
Five Cents in Cash, and when One Dollar's worth, or twenty of these Coupous are presented to our storo ly any one
person, we wilLcash thuin, paying One Dollar in Silver for same. "We want everybody to take advantage of tllis
jiiand donation. Wo are headquarters for all goods in our line, and our prices are "rock bottom." Come and see us
and bring your inends and
Mens Dress Shoes , $1 45
Mens' Plow Shoes 1 15
Mens' Heavy Boots 1 ' 95
Mens' Rubber Boots 2 . 25
161 Gomnaercial Street.
STAPLE AND MM MM
At the old Stand, next door to Post Office.
To say that people who patronize us save money in all
lines, but especially on
We are not in the trust
prices. We buy all stocK and supplies ot the manutac
turies and supply work at the lowest living prices. 18
A. B. BUREN & SON.
Pioneer Grocery Store.
(Established In 1837.)
Having done a largo credit business, Tor the lost 34 years, and, aa
times have changed, making it necessary to sell groceries ut a very low
margin, I propose to adopt a new plan, commencing on January 1, 1892,
and sell for
AT BEDROCK PRICES.
NO MORE CREDIT,
A general slaughter on crockery, imported china ware, glassware,
lamps, etc. As I have an immense stock of this line to arrive In March
and April, I am compelled to make room by closing out the present stock.
Now is the time for the ladies to replenish their bouses in this line, while
they can get bargains.
All knowing themselves indebted to me are requested to call aud set
tle on the first of the year.
JOHN G. WRIGHT,
227 and 229 Commercial St.
247 Commercial street, Salem. Garden Hose and Lawn Bprlnklers.
A complete lino of Stoves and Tinware, Tlu roofing and plumbing a
specialty. Estimates for Tinning and Plumbing Furnished.
You can get the latest
Finest Line of Pianos, Organs, Banjos, Violins, Guitars
$100.00 In Cash, to be Given
NO LOTTERY SCHEME, NO RAFFLE,
neighbors. Aek tor a "Uash
, T. McF. PATTON, 98 State Street,, Salem, Oregon.
E. .'F. OSBURN
-CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON-
vB,oots, , S noe s
v THE FOLLOWING IS A
FOR RED' STAR
and no combine makes our
Plumbers and Tinners
QIO Commurclal Strt.
Snd tor Catulojrua PRKB
Uoupon with your purchase.
FEV OF HIS PRICES:
Ladies' Calf Shoes
Ladies' Pine Shoes
"Casorlais so wjH adapted to children that
I recommend it aa superior to any prescription
known to me." H. A. ABcnra, II. D.,
HI So. Oxford Bt, Brooklyn, N. T.
"The use of 'Castorla' Is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it Few are the
intelligent families who do not keep Castorla
within easy reach."
Carlos Uahttk. D.D.,
New York City.
Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Eef ormed church.
Churchill Sash, Door & Manufacturing Co
Sash, Boors, Blinds & Mouldings, Turning & Scroll Sawing.
House Finishing made to order.
New DIM KILN, by which we can always keep a full supply of seasoned stock of all
kinds. Agricultural Works, Corner of Trade nud lllgn streets, Salem, Oregon.
Sasli and Door Factory
Fronts Street, Salem, Oregon.
The best class of work in our line at prices to compete
with the lowest. Only the best material used
Salem Truck & Dray Co.
lpm Iron works. Drays and trucks
the corner of State and Commercial stra-t.
B. F. DRAKE, Proprietor. T. q. PERKINS, General Superintendent.
SALEM .IRON WORKS,
3ALEM, -----... OREGON.
Manufactures BTEAM ENGINES, Mill Outfit, Water Wheel Governor. Fruit
Drying OutflU, Traction Knglnea, Creating, etc. Karm machinery made and repaired.
General agents and manufacturers of the celebrated Wahlstroui Patent Middling
Purifier and Heels. Farm machinery madt and repaired.
an enlarged stock aud is offering his customers, old and new, greater
bargains than ever. Repairing a specialty.
BREWSTER & WHITE.
FIobp, Feed, Hay, Straw and Barley Chop.
LOWEST PRICES AND EttEE
91 COURT STREET.
M. L. CHAMUKUUN, 0. M. 8MITH,
Vice President. Treasurer.
UNION TITLE AlISTOAGT CO.
J75 Commercial HtreeL
Make the neateat and beat Abstract In
Bates, $20 to $5.00 per Bay.
Toe best boUl between Portland aadften
Fraocltoo. Plnt-cUa In all lu appoint
menu. 1U ublM are acrred wlta lb
Grown In the WiI!metU Valley.
A, I. WAGNER, Prop.
R E I-
Castorla cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes d
Without injurious medication.
For several years I have rocommendec
your ' Castorla, ' and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Enwm F. PjuUnra. 1L-D.,
M The Winthrop," 125th Street and 7ih Are.,
New York City
Company, 77 UuniUT Street, New Yobs.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS
always ready for ordere.
ana deliver wood.
coal and lumber. Of
v flee State St.. onr.xIte Ha-
may be found throughout the dav at
C. G. GIVEN, THE CASH SHOE
Dealer has removed to 289 Com
merclul street, one door north of
Gilbert & Patterson, where he ban
E. C. CROSS,
RtataHt.ana'ConrtBU-Th bet meat
delivered to all parta of tbecltr.
Wnolaale and retail dealen In
STEAM AND PLUMBING GOODS.
y Cutnmeivlal atreet, Telephone No jb.
PIumbiDg and Heating Co.,
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
I MGFER BKOTHiIRi. - - - Editors.
Csoilnl Journal Publishing Company.
Ue, Commercial Btrcet, in r.O.BulUlin;
utered at tSe pontofflce at Salem, Or.,ai
TUB SALK1I WAY.
Is to Ornw Rtid to-drow Like Long
f- How's Turnip What is in Sisht
in nil Directions.
A new church is going up.
A niUi' of electric railway Id going
A new dotno is going ou tuo state
Tuo hall of represoHtutlves is t be
Our city parks are already ordered
to lie put In order.
The viuduct across South Mill
ciock Is lu a fair way to be built.
Real estate is moving In all direc
tions with euergy not known since
The Salem street railway will be
transformed at the earliest possible
day from a one-horso car lino to a
noiseless, stcamless, smokeless motor
A subsidy Is being ratsed to ex
tend the Capital City electric rail
way from tho penitentiary to D
street across the state Insane asylum
The state house is to have a steam
heating plaut put in throughout the
With Iho first dry weather of
spring now so near upon us the life
nnd activity In our city will bo sur
pafcsed by no city on the coast. The
year 1892 will bo a red-letter ytar In
the progress of Salem.
Klinger & Beck, the Salem brew
ers will expend &3000 enlarging their
ice manufacturing plant and will
erect a commodious additional ice
Tlio shelving is going In for tho
new Barr & Pelzel trinnlng and
P. S. Kuight built a dozen houses
lust year and proposes if nothing
.happens to better tho record this
Paul Oterluim has made all ar
rangements to erect a two-story brick,
Irrttnfnd plate glass front. It will
cost him about $10,000 and go up on
the site of his present place. Mr.
Pugh is milking the plans.
Mr. Green Is to havo n $2000 resi
dence in Euglewood, work having
already begun. Mr. Melvln la also
about to have an $800 cottage near
J. C. Johnson is building a $1000
resilience for rent in Highland addi
tion. Mr. Alderman lias begun work on
a 1000 cottage in Highland.
Work has begun on a building for
the German Baptist church ou
North Cotftigo street, which will
cost about $ 1000. Itev, Fechter is
pushing tho work.
In the mutter of business build
ings, this spring has much in store
for the capital city. First will be
built the two-story store building of
John Hushes and the three-story
block of Mayor D'Arcy on State
Gilbert & Patterson have un ex
tension now under way which will
mako their's the biggest store room
In the city.
Dr. Cuslck contemplates erecting
u brick block on tho site of his pres
ent residence, corner Commercial
and Center streets. His plans are
not fully mutured, and tho doctor
thinks a scheme may bo entered
Into for completing that side of tho
block with Hue business buildings.
II. W. Hatch closed a deal for u
house on Winter ftreet Just south of
the new Holverson house.
Geo. Peurco will soon build a resi
lience on Wluter street between
Court and Chemekota.
Napoleon Davis contemplates
erecting a lurge tenement on the silo
of tho old Scott house, corner,
Chrmeketu and Hleh streets.
N, J. Damon will build a resi
dence in tho early spring, but bus
not yet fully decided on his location.
The big Thoi. Kay rcsideuco on
upper State street is approaching
Dr. Golden has plans perfected for
a substantial double tenement ad
joining his residence on Liberty
street to cost about 13000. This
down town location will provo In
Just to beat tho real esluto agents,
Harvey Massey, who owns several
blocks of eholce lols near the North
Salem school building, Is selling
lower than anybody. No commis
sions, no tuxes, but Iota sold cheap
on the Installment plan.
Ed. Purkbur&t has let a contract
to Welsh litem, for a residence on
Summer street Just north of tho
state house, and tie work Is already
well uuder way.
This morning Railroad Telegraph
Operator Darling has closed a deed
for two Iota on 13th street la Uni
versity addition, and will put up a
E, Anderson, who bought the
Dick Savage plane no Court and SOIIi
iretU, nos ervcted a suUtinllnl
tarn, and will lgln work on a real,.
denco soon, to. cost uHlessthsn
Mrs. Thos. Cttntleld has planB
made for a substantial, modern
two-3tory resldonco to bo built
on tho site of her present home on
Cbt mi ktn street, corner 13th. It
will cost $3000.
A. W. Long will erect aflGOO
house ou Winter street north of
Ed. Ltmipprt xlmmto build an ele
gant residence at a cost of $4 100 on
lower Commercial street. Work
will begin as si'in its tho weather Is
Dr. Molt Is spondlng a neat sum
ralslug aud remodeling his resi
dence. Geo. F. Smith, has, his arrange
ments perfected to build an 800
tenemeutootttigo in North Salem.
O. P. Darling, assistant passenger
agent, has lota and tho plans ready
for a residence In Yew Park, to coal
, S. M. Brlsco Is building a cottage
in Yew Park fit a cost of $750.
Jos. Woodford Is erecting a tlho
iwo-story residence in Capital Park
that will cost no less than $2500,
aud will make a splendid homo.
Meisnii Thomas & Watt have
closed a contract with Harvey &
Ault for a new seven room modern
cottage ou Church street, three
blocks north of tho courthouse.
IN DEPOT ADDITION
which has only been thrown open
about a year, extensive Improve
ments uro being made this spring.,
Ninety lots havo been sold, mostly
to settled residents, nnd the build
lug continues. Somo deep ditches
aro being dug to straighten out the
Hues of the cmok, more streets are
being graded aud tho lots grubbed
nut clean. About fifteen housct are
already built. Among those now
going up are: A cottage by E.
Woodrum, to cost about $760 Mr.
Crlswold, cottage, $060; A. F.
Downs, house and barn, $1600; H.
S. Jory, house, $800; G. W. Hunt
has purchased several lets, on which
houses will be built. Also a chapel
for religious services Is In contem
plation. In this addition, near the
passenger depot, aro located tho
storehouse and mammoth 7000 gal
Ion tank of the Standard Oil com-'
pany, from which tho city Is supplied
with coal oil.
Wo are opposed to liberality of
expenditures, but lu favor of lib
eral appropriations, Is about what
the Oregon Democratic leaders say.
An Astoriau publication 1b author
ity for the statement that Pacific
county is kicking over its present
tax, $20,000. It uppeurs that it will
take about half that amount to pay
the oxpenses of the Rose trial, Had
the people not ouded that trial In a
summary way It would havo eaten
up considerably more of the county's
Astoria Town Talk that achieved
that famous election victory in that
cty lately, says: "Astoria has been
uufortunato In the past in having
no paper which was guided by a
spirit of Independence aud a snnsc
of Justice to Itself and tho public.
This sycophantic and mercenary
servility to politicians has ul lowed
corruption to run riot and thieves to
prosper. The papers have been sat
isfied to feed on the crumbs that
fell from the plunderers' Ublo, and
in consideration of these crumbs
thoy havo allowed to go unexposed
the nefarious schemes of tinprlncl
The purser of tho Lurliuo tells a
Mtory which well lllustrutes the dif
ference betwecen eastern and west
ern Otcgon, About two years ago an
old lady tot on the bout ut (ho Cas
cades, on 'her way to the valloy, and
a friend sung out; "Hello I Mrs,
Blauk; where ure you going ?"Qolng
where thero Is wuter to wash my
clothes; we don't have enough for
that lu Eastern Oregon," was
tho reply. About a mouth after
ter she was a passenger ou tuo Lur
lino going back. Tho purser said:
"How do you do, Mrs. Blank?
"Have you got your washing done?"
"Yes," said the old lady, "I have,
and now I urn going back east of the
monntulns to get tny clothes dry,"
Four or Ave of iheOIIrance family
are sick with lu grippe,
Mr, Youker un old pioneer Is not
expected to live, ho Is sick with lu
The Infuut daughter of Win,
Leejer aged ono mouth, died Jan.
20th, of coujestion of tho lungs,
Mr. Best aud Mr. Lluden aro
digging their potatoes.
II. Leach is employing about 80
men planting seeds lu his Auburn
Mr. V. E. Drako hua purchased
five acres from Mathews & Albert
for a aurburbati home he will raise
Mr. II. Herren, late of Neb,, lias
bought of W. B, Morgan ten acre
lnllampdeu Park ho will set out
fruit trees and flxupaulceaurburbao
home. Salem Laud Co., did the
Fee the Oregon Laud Company's
prloe list on page two.
Highest ofallin Leavening Power.
B H Av
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Judge Bloom Gold at Vancouver,
Wash., sentenced Manuel Payne,
aged 67, convicted of rape to twenty
years In tho penitentiary. This s
virtually life sentence. Tho Judge
was vory Impressing whon deliver
ing the sentence, donouuelug the
prisoner in scathing terms because of
the enormity of his crime.
Messrs. I. N. and S. G. Campbell
havo disposed of their Interest in
tho Wasco County Sun, published at
The Dalles, and the paper will now
bo Issued under the auspices of the
board of directors. F. O. MIddlctob,
who has been editor of the paper for
somo months past, goes out with the
Campbell brothers. His successor is
Mr Morgan, formerly deputy county
S. J. Easterhazy, qf Astoria, is In
troubled mind. On the 17tu of last
November his wife aud child left
Troholm, Sweden, to come to Astoria
ou a ticket bo had senttueui. Since
the date of their sailing ho has not
heard a word from them, nnd thby
havo disappeared as completely as If
tbecurtli or wntar had swallowed
thtm up. Their sllenco is uuao
countable, and the husband md
father anxiously awaits news from
The new college of the radical
fnitlon of tho United Brethren
church at Philomath, has boon de
stroyed by flro. It caught from a
defective flue; loss $2000. Tbo build
ing was known aa.the Keezel cbapol
aud was erected only about a ear
and a half ago. There aro about
forty students enrolled at tho school,
aud tho loss is very unfortunate at
this time, but tho college will not be
allowed 'to sutler by reason of the
tiro, for already they have arranged
for temporary quartora uud tho col
lego will be rebuilt in tho spring. It
was Insured for $800.
A barn near Summcrvllle,. Union
county, was crushed in by snow the
other day. Joseph Woods and
Arthur Oliver woro In tho barn with
two horues. Oliver was struck on
tho back of the head by a hard
board, which cut a largo gash In his
scalp aud knocked him out through
tho door, Woods and the horses
being near the mnnger, wero caught
between fio descending roof aud
the nmngor pole, which broko tho
neck of one of the horses and in
Jured the other so that he died In a
few minutes. Woods was caught In
theBamo manner as thehorses, that Is
with neck across mangor polo, and
his life was saved only by tho horsesi
neoks bolng thicker than his own.
He was unablo to extricate himself
from his perilous position aud was
released only after several minutes'
dllllgeut work by parties on tho
Soon after 1 o'clock Saturday
morning flro broko out iu tho elec
tric light station at Eugene, and
beforo It could bo cheeked it made
sud Imvoowlth two largo dynamos,
which will leave the oty in dark
ness until new machines can, be
secured from tho East. Frauk
Crouch, tho electrician, was tending
tho station and had stopped tho
machinery to cool a Journal which
was heating ou the largo dynamo.
The oil spilled on the armuture from
which the floor nnd partition were
Ignited, The alarm wus sounded
and tho fire department turned out
promptly, aud succeeded In saying
n portion of the building nud, tho
planing mill adjoining. Tho dam
age sustained by the light company
will amount to $6000, on which thero
Is $2600 Insurance.
Tho remains of Miss Emma Dav
enport, u student of tho normal
school, at Monmouth, who died
here lute Friday ufternoou of
typhoid fever, wero taken to Port
land fur Interment. This doath Is a
peculiarly Mad one, leuviugas it does,
tho mother, the only surviving
member of the family. Tbo youug
lady's father aud brother both died
of the sumo disease within a few
years. Mrs. Davenport had but
lately removed here for the purpose
of sending her daughter to school.
The rcmulns wero uocompanled by
Profituor Campbell, of the Normal
school, and other friends, who will
assist In the funeral arrangemouts,
which aro to bo conducted under
the auspices of the Grand Army,
the father having been an honored
member of that organization, Fully
600 people followed tho remains to
rVr the Cblldrea.
"In buying a cough medlclno for
children," says II. A. Walker, a
prominent druggist of Ogdeu, Utah,
"never ba afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, There Is no
danger from it and relief Is always
sure to follow. I particularly recoui
m)nd C'hamberlalu's because I liav
found t to be safe and reliable, 6Q
cent bottles for sale by O. E. Gcole,
Latest U. S. Gov't Food Report.
Associated Press Itepert and
Digests ef all Iajwrtait
News 91 To-Day.
A QBEAT PACER,
Buffalo, Jan. 31. Two hundred
representative horsemen wore the
guests of Henry C. Jowett at his
famous stock farm near East Aurora.
The full stablo of flyers, comprising
somo forty horses, wan exhibited on
tho covered track. It is a mile
truck, of which three-quarters Is
under cover, and the horsea are -3
trotted and exercised all winter,
Tho feature of tho day was the phe
nomenal performance of the stallion
Frank Smith, a green paoer, who,
as a 6-year-old, made the retaarkable
record of an eighth of a mile In 14
seconds, or a 1:52 galL- He was ac
companied by a running mate. Rose
O. The runner could not keep, up
with tbo torrlflo pace. Frank Stpith
wus drlvon by Mwa. WcsU The
stallion was sired by Coronet Scott,
with a puolug record of 2$A. 8.mlth
has no record and has never been
seut In a race. His exhibition, ft
speed was a marvelous ono, Tho
stallion hud been trained nnd driven
as a trotter until last season, 'fthon
his gait was changed to pacing) and
ho developed wonderful enjuran e
and speed. Mr. Jowett w)H proba
bly sond him In the grand circuit
BIUT1SU BIIll' WRECKED.
A8TonrA,Or., Jan.31. The'Brlthh
ship Femdale went ashore Saturday
morning at daylight, ten railed noith
of the mouth of the Columbia river.
Twenty lives were lost, including
CaptalnBluIr, Three of the crew wera
saved by being washed ashore' upon
pieces of the wreck. The dead body
of tho mate, encased In llfe pre
servers, has been found on the beach,
but no other bodies have yet been
recovered. The vessel In reported as
a total loss. Sho was coal laden, and
sailed from New Castle, N, 8. W.,
Nov. 0th, for Portland, and was con
signed to Balfour, Guthrie k Co.,
Portland. Tho scono of the wreck
is ono miio north of where the
Abercorn was wrecked Owing to
lack or telegraph facilities, no further
news Is obtainable.
Tho British Vice-Consul Cherry,
In this city, has telegraphed to
Gray's Harbor, to tuko caro of the
throe survivors uutll they are able
to be brought hero. The. Ferndale
was spoken last Sunday fifty miles
oft the ontrauce of the Columbia
river. Copt. Nioholls, of the Scottish
Isles, who arrived yesterday after
noon, reports when he waaln the
neighborhood of tho wreck Satur
day afternoon, a strong wind sprung
from the west and tacked his ship
and stood cut to sea. He supposed
Capt. Blair, of the lost ship, must
havo tacked another quarter and
stood In towards shoro, and was
caught by a fatal current and carried
In a swirl to tho uorthoast, The s
wus tho roughest over known on
Santiaoo dd Chili, Jan. 31. A
dispatch to tho Associated Press late
Thursday last containing a very
brief synopsis of President Harri
son's second message to tho Ameri
can congress relative to Chill's prop
position In the dispute with the
United States, was received and In
short time the news spread through
the city. The brief tofegraphlo re
ports show that tho United States
was willing to accept Chill's apology.
President Ilurrlson's message caused
great excitement here, Its warlike
utterance was thoroughly disouwed,
the second message caused a revul
sion of feeling, aud people generally
became calmer, and expressions of
satlfuctlou that the dispute would
bo amicably settled through diplo
matic channels. For tho flrst tluM
In four months the Chilian press In
publishing respectful comment
concerning Egan, tho Uultod
States minister aud other Asasft
lean ofllclals, who have Imkw
toforo boen objectionable, and It to
thought Chilians H-ewspafisw will
henceforth be more airetUHtfwet in
Its utterances riawHa Aawwiea.
DBQLAKKD A MOYCCttT.
Buttk, Mont., Fsli. l.Ttee labs
unions of thkolty dolrd a boy.
cott Saturday agalust tWs Qtmt,
Northers railroad, a&d bava, H Is
said, Induced ? uumber of eiUaam
tostindln with them and nAms
patronage to the road uutU tb da
mauds of the union kava bsau oo
plied with. Tlw foots aft that a