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HIE CAPITAL JOUML.
TUESDAY FEB. 2, 1802.
GILBERT k PATTERSON,
Dealers In Groceries, Crockery,
Glassware, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Brushes, Windowglass, Etc. Sole
Agents for Epicure Tea and Big
Can Baking Powder.
OEO. 1). flOODHUK. K. CAHII.L.
Lime, cement, pluster, hair, flro
and building brick, lire clay, sand,
gravel, blacksmith and house coal,
wood, all kinds, wholesale aud re
tail. Office 95 State street.
Goodhok & CAHII.L.
Choicest of the season at
WESTACOTT & IRWIN.
Hammock Making. Some time
since the managers of the blind
school at Salem were trying to find
some kind of work for the pupils to
do, when Walter J. Honeyman of
Portland proposed that they under
take knitting hammocks. They
were furnished with a lot of cotton
twine, and yesterday Mr. Honey
man received a bale of hammocks
of first class manufacture, better
than those received from the east,
and tbey are bound to drive the
eustern hammocks out of this mar
ket. The hammocks have very few
knots "or splices in them, showing
that great care has been used In
their manufacture. Anybody who
wants a hammock would, if he had
an opportunity, prefer to patronize
the pupils of the blind school, who
are so bravely trying to help them
selves. Oregonian, Jan. 80.
In Probate Court. Wm. Kn -
ser, administrator of the estate of
J. A. HufTmun, deceased, petitioned
for an order for partial distribution.
Petition granted and $ 12,000 ordered
distributed equally to the heirs at
law. E. V. Stanton, adminis
trator, reported the sale of the per
sonal property in the estate of A. B.
Stanton, deceased; property sold
amounted to $574.43. J.M.Brown,
R. C. Ramsby and F. McClaino,
appraisers of the estate of Cnas. W.
Barkhurst, make their report, which
is not summarized W.H. Smith,
Nicholas Lambert and John Ledger
wood, appraisers of the estate of
Nicholas LaCroix, showing prop
erty with a total valuation of
Miller of Josephine county is in the
city, looking after his political apira
tions. He says he Is the candidate
of Southern Oregon, and while not
wishing to invade the territory of
any other candidate, is ambitious to
succeed Mr. Hermann, if possible.
He is quite sanguine of success.
Quarterly Meeting. Thurs
day night will be held the general
quarterly meeting of tho Free Meth
odist church of North Salem. Pre
siding Elder J. C. Scott of Seattle
will be present to conduct tho meet
ings, which will lust over Sunday.
No bad eggs. All eggs wo sell are
tested, stamped and guaranteed,
an 1 price down Davison & Whlt9.
Nearly a wagon load of Price's
baking powder, just received at the
Blue Front, fresh from the factory.
A. J. Basey, the State street con
fectioner, proposes to be in the lead
on all good things In bis line. If
you have a sweet tooth Waller can
fill It for j ou.
Oose top patent leather infant
shoes the latest thing out, at R. J.
F.'eming'a 118 State street.
See the Oregon Land Company's
price list on page two.
301 Commercial St.
We make a specialty of fine dess gcoda and underwear and give special valuea
in, all woolen hosiery and underwear. Also a few JACKETS at ACTUAL COST.
.'. C. I'R WS& Co. ASSIGNMENT.
Filed with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court I. II. D'Arry Assignee A
An assignment wua filed with
Clerk Sherman of the circuit court
on the morning of Tuesday, Feb. i.
J. C. Brown & Co., a corporation
to P. H. D'Aroy, assignee, all of
the stock of goods, wares, merchan
dise, hurdware, stoves, farm im
pltments, machinery and store flx
tuits ifi and about the store of said
company und uuy orull other prop
erly of said J. (J. Brown & Co. of
whatsoever nature, kind aud de
are represented to he as follews:
Stock and fixtures ..... $20,000 00
Ledger accounts 10,000 00
Bills rvwtv.,ble 6,000 Oo
Total $3.3,000 00
Bills Ptivuble (Lndd &
Bush $2500) $ 8,091 08
Due creditors, about 15,000 00
This appears to be
showing and probably
co) om no .
will lose to any great extent.
Inventory is being Uikett.
Salem people generally regret the
failure of Brown & Co. The senior
members of the firm stand well in
business circles aud are perfect
gentlemen. The youug men con
nected with the firm are hard work
ers, well liked, intelligent and popu
lar with all classes. It is to be hoped
all may turn out well aud the firm
continue to do business in the capi
BUILD THE VIADUCT.
Why tho Couneil Should Order
Work Done. Hoard of Trade
Should Act. "
The city council and mayor should
act tonight on the matter of the via
duct bridge over South Mill creek
for the following reasens:
1. To save the expense of a sepa
rate electric railroad bridge across
2. To prevent spoiling the street
by having the track curve in and
out endangering life, and travel
over the old bridge.
3. Because the old bridge is a rot
ting, moss covered structure, liable
to fail at any time.
4. Because at present help can be
obtained from the railroad company
and all the property on Commercial
street from State street to the bridge.
5. Because it is tho interest of all
the people to have this done now
when it can be done cheapest and
improvo the street and beautify tho
6. Because laboring men need
7. It can bo done without finan
cial embarrassment to the city.
8. Because no community ever
lost by luvesting money liberally
and wisely In needed public im
It is now understood that a solid
stone arch viaduct can be built at
$3.50 a perch, or nearly one-third the
estimate of the committee. A stone
bridge will glvo most employment
to common labor, and all the money
will be expended at Salem and bo re
invested here. If a steel bridge is
built, the money will be sent away
to employ labor elsewhere, besides a
large profit to some outside contrac
tor. The board of trade, which meets
this evening, shou'd take some
action in the matter.
The people of South Salem should
send a delegation to the meeting of
the city council tonight.
A Metrepelitan Institution Bein
trodueed in all Parts of
You touch a rubber index, turn it
to fire, special, police or messenger,
and in tho 'nstant you are placed ,io
communication with whatever you
wish. Electricity brings your
place of business or residence into
immediate touch with protective de
partments of the city.
Cbauncey Lock wood is literally
coverlnit the city with his call box.s
and is meeting with great success.
Nearly every store has one. It coi -nects
with police hetulquarte s,
cab lines, flro department, btnte ins
titutions and telegraph office, brings
special messenger seven blocks for
ten cents, or for u telegram for
INTERVIEWS ON THE VIADl'Cr.
Leading Easiness Men of Salem En
dorse tli Pioject County
Hon. Ed. Hirsch, a prominent
property owner ou South Commer
cial street says he thinks the busi
ness men aud property owners bene
litled by this improvement should
be willing ti assist the enterprise if
need be in u substantial mauuer.
J ION. A. BUSH
says it should be built at once aud
by all means if it can be done at a
iwt of not over $12,000 to $15,000.
Thinks tho couuty ran properly as
sist, ns it is on a county road. Fa-
vors building a stone arch
, costs no
more than brick or steel.
I fPlin n.i.r... cl.n.il.I .,., ..-holf l,n
J. UU UUIltJ DUUUIU 1.J UUt-URI1 IUD
COUNTY JUDC1E DAVIDSON
was seen by a reporter of Tiik
Journal and said that be thought
the county could properly help in
this enterprise. "Tho two mill road
tax is a general tax ana as Salem
pays nearly one-third the taxes of
the county part of tho $18,000 road
fund for 1892 could be used on the
South Salem Improvement."
Jude Davidson takes a liberal
view of tho mutter and says good
roads should be built in to the city
for four or five miles in euch direc
tion. "SALEM MUST MOVE."
That is the sentiment of a promi
nent business man seen this morn
ing. "If nothing is done by the city
In the way of permanent improve
ments we aro liable to get into a rut
that it will take years to get of. A
public work of this kind would in
spire more confidence in the city'a
future than anything that can be
THE MILLING CO.
Proprietors Wilcox and Ladd in the
City Will Meet the Council
Salem has many irons in the fire
at present in a business way. Her
business interests for the coming
year depend upon several matters
Theodore B. Wilcox and Wm.
Ladd, jr., of Portland, who stand
at the bead of the Willamette
Valley Milling Co., arrived Tuesday
on the morniug train to meet the
city council and if possible, arrange
matters to have their mills hero ruu
in future. These gentlemen express
a willingness to do all things rea
sonable to meet the demands of the
city and enable them to run their
mills aud develop their manufact
uring Interests here. They will
meet the street committee and prob
ably the council tonight.
Commercial street between Court
and Ferry, is liable to have a boom.
Paul Oberheim has about decided to
put up two bricks and the Masonic
lodges are negotiating for tho corner
owned by the Hirsch heirs. That
little spot of ground is held at $15.
000, and if the Masons can get it, a
modern stylo masonic building will
go up. It is known that the Odd
Fellows' lodges have bad their eye
on it, and several years ago offered
R, R. Commission. The Sheridan
flouring mills made complaint that
the 8. P. Co. charged $22 for a ten
ton car to Portland, fifty-three miles,
and to Tualatin on same line, 41
miles, $31. This has been corrected
by the railroad company, upon
bringing the case before the railroad
commtsdlon. The other important
business pending is the rate cases.
CommUsloner Colvig and Clerk
Miller are at their rooms at the
state house, aud await the coming
of another member, to make a
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Byron Nixon, of nueuu vista,
was bound over at Dallas In sum or!
$300 for defacing a public buildluv.'
The Dallas sawmill Is reported
closed down for repairs.
Meeting of the board of trade this
evening at Hotel Willamette.
Paul Oberheim will put up two
Btores at a cost of $10,000, Instead or
one as was printed In The Journal.
Geo. Pearco and wife left on the
afternoon train for Portlaud to make
a short visit.
Judge Geo. H. Williams of Port
land, 'has been In tho city Beveial
days, n turning homo this after
noon. Ht'ite Printer Baker Is in Portland
utti-udlng a meeting of the Repull-
cau state committee.
Sam Adolph says if a building
troes up on the Hirsch corner he will
put fp ou his 37 feet Immediately.
To build the viaduct aud cut down
the hill will make magnificent busi
ness moperty of Eeveral blocks south
of Mill creek.
Ed Schroder, B. Raymond and
A. Haas, of Portlaud, for larceny,
aro in tho pen from Peudleton.
North Salem and Hayesvllle will
petition for postofflces soon.
Blair Forward left a fine sample
of his coal at The Journal officii
yesterday, where all luterestid
parties can see It.
The Columbia Publishing house of
Portland has filed articles of incor
poration. Salem is destined to become the
great city of homes and education,
but without manufactures to employ
her laborers and public Improve
ments to stimulate investments she
will not achieve her destiny near y
us fast ns she should.
Fine Chinook salmon Baited at
Davison & White's.
D.iriioo Bros, this morning put
up teveral good-sized pnuknges of
iigar at their low prices for Cali
The Unity club meets Thurpdny
evenimr at the pnrlors of Mrs. Win.
The regular monthly meeting of
the school board in this district was
postponed from today until tomor
row afternoon at 2 o'clock.
It is a fact worth knowing that,
as a household renudy, for children
aud adult.", Aycr's Pills nro invalu
The Journal is not one of the
newspapers that printed tno
"speech," that was never delivered,
of the "kid" boas of Portland Re
Following were the bids for the
new bridge across North Mill creek
on High street: C. F. Royal, $597;
J. E. McCoy, $027; H. M. Stone,
$708. These bids were opened yes
terday afternoon at Street Commis
sioner Crossan's office aud will be
submitted to the council to night.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla purifies the
blood, and expels all poisonous
elements. Sold by druggists.
Just received, Tribune Almanao,
Clipper Almanac, new book by
Guuter, author of "Barnes of New
York," at Dearborn's book store.
Plenty of oysters, fish aud poul
try at Davison & White's.
Lots of notions at W. M. Sar
goant's. Lots of wludow shades,
brackets, games, children's blocks,
frames, moulding, pictures framed
to order, iron wagons and baskets.
Leo and Shepard send us "Doro
thy's Experience," by Adeline
Trafton, author of "An American
Girl Abroad," in beautiful white,
drab and gold binding. This work
sold by T. MoF. Patton, .Salem, Or.
All the crockery, glassware,
lamps, etc., at Gilbert & Patterson's
will be sold at cost to close out the
Sargant sells window shades at
Have you used suu cured Japan
tea? The Great Eastern Tea Co.,
817 Commercial street, have just
received a consignment of the most
delicious quality ever impoitcd into
this city. Try them.
T. H. Bluudell has converted his
Ush market back of the Insurance
block Into a meat market, und will
continue to handle some poultry.
Give him a call.
See tho Oregon Land Company's
price list on page t wo.
Window shades at cost Wm.
You can save money by buying
your school books Irom F. S. Dear
born, the bookeoller.203 Commercial
See the Oregon Lund Company's
price Hat on page two.
Wall paper, picture mouldings
and window shades at the "Red
Front" on State street cheaper than
any place In Salem.
MOYER. At his homo at the foot
of State street, Monday, Feb. 1,
1802, of consumption, Serena
Moyer, aged about 18 years.
Deceased went to California some
time ago for his health, but received
no benefit and gradually grew worse.
He le a eon of Jacob Moyer of this
MILLER. At bis home on North
High otreet, Monday. Feb. 1, 1892,
Adam Miller, aged 68 years.
Mr. Miller came to Salem in 1862
and was a cooper by trade. He
leaves two daughters, Mlwe Marj
and Minnie Miller, of this city.
The funeral was held at tbeCatiio
He church ttt 0 o'clock tbla morulnp
and the remains were taken to the
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Messrs. Dellnfnute and Mnlmbcrg
are preparing t inlue ou the beach
near Hunter's Creek. They've got
Tho petition of David Frame for a
lleenso to Bell liquor at Chetco was
defeated by remonstrance, notwith
standing ho had nbtntued a majority
of the legal voters of the precinct lu
a legitimate manner.
There Is vast amount of laud lu
Slierinuo connu itmi Nytt unculti
vated. Not oniy hi the extreme
southern pull, but lu various paiU
of the entire couuty. And when this
is all once uuder cultivation twice
the amount of wheat will bo pro
duced that is now being raised.
Walter K. tilnclulr, son of Hon.
Walter. Sinclair, of Coquille City,
died nt On ray, Col., the 10th Inst.,
from the effects of n pistol wound
lulllcted accidentally by Arthur C.
Carpenter, a companion of the
deceased. Ho was 28 years or age,
ami had friends lu Oregon.
It Is rumored that the remains of
Mr Johnston, who died about teu
dnys ngo at Baker City, will bo dis
interred for the purposo of a post
mortem examination, A number
of the friends of the deceased euter
talu grave doubts as to the cause of
his dimlse, and think It probable
that he w as poisoned.
Only six men aro now at work on
the Cascade locks, and these are em
ployed in protecting the plant. A
is'fid sum of money yet remains
fioin the last appropriation, which
will bo sufficient to carry ou the
work until the river aud harbor bill
is passed by tho present congress, if
any bill is passed.
James Boggs, who died at Rose
burg on the 20th of last mouth, was
one of the respected pioneers of
Oregon. He was born in Peuusyl
vauia Juno 10, 1600, aud immigrated
to this state in 1850, going to Doug
las county lu tho fall of 1850 and
residing there continuously siuce
that date. He leayes an aged widow
and four children.
A late census bulletin is devoted
to the subject of paupers in alms
houses. It shows that tho average
age of tho almshouso pauper is 61
j ears. In the far west oue-half of
all these paupers are betweeu tho
ages of 00 and 80 years. In the
almshouso of Oregon there are
nini't-iilno paupers, thirteen of
w hmu aro women. Tho oldest man
Is 100 years and tho oldest woman 85.
Egyptian chickens for salo Davl-
Bon & White.
Ni;v Firm. Tho old established
grocery business of Jas. Aitkeu on
State street, will hereafter bo con
ducted under tho firm name of Ait
ken & Palmer. Tho new partner is
C. B. Palmer, a son-in-law of Mr.
Altken, who has been in business nt
Mt. Angel. Ho Is a competent man
in trade and will devote moat of his
time to tho office work of the busi
ness, whllo Mr. Altken will give
their patrotiH his personal attention
among tho clerks in tho store.
Baptist. Near a score of addi
tions have been in ado to tho First
Baptist church of this city by tho
labors of Rev. Whltaker and others.
Rev. Oilman Purkcrof Oregon City
has returned and will conduct the
meetings this week.
Take a Hoiin. The finest article
In tho world is a polished pair sus
pended in front of Ed. Cross's mar
ket. They are dlreot from Brazil,
and measure stx feet threo inches,
from tip to lip.
Notice. In plucoof dividing ou
State street, east of tho railroad, tho
Yew Park school will receive only
childron south of Trado street. The
former division would glvo tho Park
school too mauy pupils.
Cbinepe pheasants for salo Davi
son & White.
Geo. F. Smith Is today moving
his stock down to the Cottle block,
where ho will hold forth for n short
Smokers' headquarters, the rarest
cigars lu the market at C.W.Hellen
brand's, French ice cream soda now on tap
at Jonerf & Bernnrdi's lu the new
Cli use & Sanborn Coffees,
At Cost. That stock of china
nud glows tableware. Gilbert &
A Dkkp Cut. A cut that would
make you tremble, but such a cut is
necessary If you buy meat at Ed.
Cross' markets. He retails only the
cholceit cuts of nil critters.
Five dollars per month invested
in Chicago nddltion to Portland will
double lUelf In threo years or less.
Call on J, C. Booth, over .Ladd &
Bush bank, for particulars. It will
pay you. 1-23-tf
Coco. Is the befct ulckel cigar In
town. Clark & Eppley sell It.
M la Millions of Homes 40 Years tla SUndanL
REAL ESTATE MOVEMENTS.
January transfers ... - $170,220 60
February tod.ite $3018.60.
MrsCynthtoDavioto Sallte Mil
ler, 100 a, sec 32, tp 8 s, 1 w, $3000.
B F Crow to J H Bhuilbnl, Its 7, 8,
blk 7, Whitney's ad, Stnyton, $200.
G W Meeks and wife to Mary L
Keunlstoo, e It 7, 8, blk 2, South
west ad, Salem, $1200.
J H Brniley ami wife t A G
Brndlev. q o In It 80. 87, 80, 10, 11, 11,
15. 18. 19, 2), 27. 22, 23, Bradley ad
Wood bum i $1.
E M Clufe and husbaud to G F
Sherwood, It 2, blk 21, Highland,
Oregon Lnd Co to W C Hoffman,
It 11, blk 1, Prospect Park, $50.
G W Holllstor aud wlfo to Allen
Drips, It 1. 2, 2, 3, 4, 0, 7, 8, blk 8,
ad, Stnyton, $10-5.
D M Bartlett aud 'vlfe to Ollvo M
Meoke, 20 a, tp 7, s, 2 w, $1200.
A Goode and wife to Isabella G
Korl, 1 a, Sllverton, $300.
Peter Carl and wife to Isabella G
Korl, 3 n, sec 2, tp 7 s, I w, $300.
Wm Cosper, unmarried, to J D
Murphy, sj s vf and s w 1 e sec
20, and nj n wj sec 35, tp88 4 w,
200 a, $2000.
You Can Rely
Upon Hood's Sarsaparilla as a posi
tive remedy for every form of
scrofula, salt rheum, bolls, pimples
aud all other diseases caused by Im
pure blood. It eradicates every im
purity and at the same timo tones
and vitalizes the whole system.
Constipation, nud all troubles with
tho digestive orgaus aud the liver,
aro cured by Hood's Pills. Un
equalled as dinner pill.
Chase & Sanborn Coffees,
J. V. 8. Is tho only Sarsaparilla that old or
fecblo pcoplo should take, ai tho mineral
potash which Is la every other 3arsaprllla
that we know of, Is under certain condition
known to ho cmaclntlug. J. V. B. on the
contrary is purely vegetable and stimulate
digestion and creates now blood, the very
thing forolddcllcato or broken down people.
It builds them up and prolongs their Uvea.
A cose lu peint:
Mrs. llelcleu an estimable apd elderly lady
of 610 Mason Bt, S. F. was for months declin
ing so rapidly as to seriously nlarm her family.
It got so bad that she was anally afflicted with
fainting si ells. Sho writes: "While in that
dangerous condition I saw aomo of tho testi
monials concerning J. V. & and sout for a
bottle. That marked tho turning point. I
regained my lost flesh and strength and hare
not felt so well In years." That was two
years ago aud Mrs. Ooldcn Is welt and hearty
to-day, and still taking J. V. &
If you are old or feeble and want to be
trallt up. Ask for
Mostmodorn, most oflcctlvo, largest bottle.
Bame price, J 1.00, six for W.00.
For salo by Dau'lJ. Fry, 225 Com.
F. S. Doernbecher, resp., vs. Tho
Columbia City Lumber Co., et al.,
npp., appeal from Multnomah coun
ty; Judgmont of tho lower court
affirmed. Opinion by Bean, J.
John Hale, npp., vs. T. J. Cottle,
resp., nppeal from Multnomah
county; judgmont of tho lower
court affirmed. Opinion by Beau, J
S. P. McKay, resp., vs. J. H.
Smith and R. Brooke, apps., nppenl
from Multnomah county; Judgment
of tho lower court affirmed, Opinion
by Lord, J.
F. O. Worley, npp., ys. H. M.
Bland et al., reaps., nppeal from
Douglas county; Judgment of the
lower court affirmed. Opinion by
Chas. H. Dodd, resp., vs. The
Home Mutual Insurance Co., npp.,
appeal from Multnomah county;
judgment of tho lower court re
versed and the suit dismissed with
out prejudice as to any legal rlghta
that may bo involved In tho reoord.
Opinion by Stratum, C. J.
Leo Goodmun, resp,, vs. Tho O.
R. & N. Co., npp., nppeal from
Multnomah couuty; Judgment of
the lower court reversed aud re
manded for a new trial. Opinion
by 6trahan, C.J.
A Little Oh 'h Experience in a Light
house. Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn Trescott are
keepers of tho Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach, Mich., and nro blessed
with n daughter, four years old.
Last April sho was tukou down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and turning Into a fuver.
Doctors ut homo and nt Detroit
treated her, but In vain, she grew
worse rapldy, until she was a mere
'h-indful of bones." Then she tried
Dr. King's New Discovery and after
the uu of two and n half bottles,
was completely cured. They say
Dr. Ki nc's iew Discovery la worth
iti weight In gold, yet you my get a
trial bottle free at Daniel J, Fry'a
drugstore, zj uommeroiai ajroct.
Things do move at Clurk it Ep
Because their prices null tho aver
ago buyer better than any other.
Ill II j IIKIIUSi
Cliase & Sanborn Coffees,
wisniiswswwiijjiisiiiiiiiijiii I MM IJ
100 Ladies' und Misses' Long Cloaks in plain
blnck and fancy plaids at 20 percent.
below regular prices.
" -JMKBBBI -'- ''
As our prices on these cloaks
ptaco, tnis reduction win
Capitol Adventure Co.,!
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Our specialty, tho celebrated R & G CORSETS,
I have a full stock of the choicest fresh meats, all.
choice cut3, nt my new market, tho rear of State Insur
ance building. Best poultry furnished patrons. FreOj
delivery. T. H. BLUNDELL.
Dealer In Groceries, Points, Oils
and Window Glass, Wall Pa
per and Border, Artists' Ma-
Mirlnlq. Liiiio. Ifnir. No 11 a niul
Shingles, Hay. Fcod!nnd Fence
Posts, Grass Seeds, Etc,
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
ELLIS & WHITLEY,
South of Willamette Hotel,
SA-lilEM - - - ORQQON
L B, HUFFMAN,
Livery Stable and Feed Yard.
Tho Best Box Stalls and Corral In tho I'lty,
Quiet, family horses n specialty.
(In roar WUlamotto hotel.)
SAIiEM, ... OREGON
W. M. DeHAVEN,
Boarding - and - Sale - Stable.
One door west of r.unu'o Dry Doods store
on State street, Oulot family teams. Bpco-
imiuiouuou paiu 10 iransiom aiooic. &1U
TRUCK AND EXPRESS.
White's No. 60,
SALEM'S FINEST TRUCK,
Now rcadv for business. Careful work a
specialty. J. F. WU1TJS.
MORGhAST & MEADE,
Truck & Dray Lino.
Good team8rand!llDromit work Is our
SUTTON & SON,
Express und JSaggngc.
Do hnullne and quick delivery to all
paria ot mo cuy wjui promptness una
care Leave ardors at H, M. wado A Go's.
is Just tho place for you to go to school.
FEBRUARY 1, 1892,
Is the time to enter with tho beginning of
vuo miru lerui.
Now rooms for ynunr men will bo ready.
First-class Instruction In oil branches.
Geo. Maker, D. D,
mu'rifiv ctatp wimni inniiwii r the
uuiAivu uintt' uviiuvuuvummuGtrlclnl
oranoftue slate department of public In
struction. Tho Journal Is a monthly mac
uzlno devoted to school and home educo.
tlon; therefore, It Is Indispensable to
tcocuors, and Invaluable to friends of edu
cation in general. J'rloo $1.00 per annum;
nvoor more copies 80 cents euohf sumple
Cljpy IUCU111D. AMUrtHMU. II, IIUIinKlI,
11 'J7-tf l'roprlotor, Albany, Or.
J. H. HAAS,
2I5K Ccmmereltl St,, Eilom. Oregon
(Next door to Klein's.)
Hpeolalty ot Spectacles, and repairing
Dids for Capitol Home.
nillK board of capita! building comml-
X sionvni invuo scuiea pmpuuut lor iue
construction of the Dotue of the Cnpltol at
Halem. Oregon. 1'lans and speclfloa'lons
may Dgwen at tno oinoe or jiiiiui r
Krurnbeln, architect. Marnuam building,
1'ortlund. Oroiron. Kverv bid shah ba lie
couipanled with an undertaking with one
or moresureuesinaiuin equat 10 oouuio
theautouutof the bid, to bo approved by
the board, to the effect that If hi bid ahull
bo accepted the bidder will perforin the
work srieclMed therein In accordance with
the plans and specification therefor. The
rhruitorrject any ur all bid la reserved
lilds will be opeued at the etecuttve ofHce
on Monday, renruuryw, wri. ui ao-ciocK
p,m. HYI.VKK'mi I'ENNOYKK,
Hoard of Commissioner.
WW, A.M VM&Ti Clerk or Hoard.
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.falein.Uregon. W. X. taler, President,
A. V. ArnutroDK, Manager,
Typewriting, iennBJMuWp, Kllh
iwpartineul. WuHcitw M
Many It tut,
fKssssssssssssEKiPSJ 0 ""
- : - THIS WEEI
were very low in the fiiafc!
put tnem witnin reacu ot aij.
25c Want Column.
Netlces inserted for ONE CENT PER
WOItD KAMI INSERTION. No adver.
tlecmcut inserted In this eolamn for Ie
than twenty-nve cents.
LOST. Pair gold spectacles on last Satur
day morning a train from Portland to
Baiem or atlalr grounds. Finder can leave
at this office. Also the person who ex
changed palrof rubbers torstorm slippers
In which was a ladles' handkerchief at
tho Presbyterian church Christmas eve
will please leave at Jouittf ax. oulco. 1 37 t
nEWAIlD-Wlll ba paid for tho aN
rest and conviction of the cerson
who has been destroying my young fruit-
trees. A. W. Y.KACTJH,
1271W Cor. Dand 15th Sis.
POUND. A pocketbook. In horse can.
Owner can nave same by proving prop
erty und paying for this notice. Pacific
EOOM AND BOAIID.-A huge front
room in good house, suitable lor two
persons, with board or without, and us of
large library. Apply at Journal office,
1 i i n i ' i i- i i . i fe
FOR WENT New house ba North
Balem. Apply to K. Holer, North
bulem, or at J ouknai, office.
mOHENT. HonBOofnlnorooms. Stable
JL attached with city water; Highland,
audition. Enquire 8W Cottage street.
mUB ALKA-HESPKRIAN BOOIETY
I Meets every Saturday evening at H
o'clock, in tne hall over the Btnte Jnsu
ranee building. Meetings are opou to the
public, ttov. itobert Whltaker, Pre. Dr.
W. A. Cuslok, Vico President. 108t!
Notice to Contractors.
QEALED bids will bo received by the sj
U airoei uonimissioner anu uomimuee
on streets and public property nt the office
or the street commissioner until Monday.
January SI. 1802, at 2 o'clock p.m., for fur
nishing all material and constructing at
bridge on lllgh street where It cro&sta
North Mill Creek. Plan and specifica
tions aro on file In theoOlceof the street
oommlsloner. A check of deposit certi
fied to by some responsible bank of the
city of Balora equal to five per cent, of the
amount of tho uid muut accompany each
bid. K. A, CKOSaAN,
1-ZMd Street Commissioner.. '
M. T, RINEMAN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Crookery, Olaasware, Lamps, Woeden
and Willow ware. All kinds of mill feed.
Also vcirotablesand fruits in their season.
"Highest Price paid for country produce."'
we 6OH01 aBnare or your patronage,
EX Ki. JHE-A.LL,
Leave order at Olobo Real Estate Kichauge
Firs and Ma
U.WIBEKLEU, Agent,. Balem, Oregoa
Salora Abstract and Loan ft
Tho only Abstract boobs of Marlon
county. Real estate orders
tilled promptly and
W. H. I-I. WATERS,.
From baled hay and fee4 to flue toilet
soap, Key West cigars, tobacco plpea,
knives, etc. can always bo fonad at ioweat
FEAR & HAMILTON, 1
Loan negotiated o improved farm and
Room II, Until iiank block, Ifbdw
Rustic Rocking chairs. Betters, geaU of
fice or reading chairs, lamp stand, oentw
tables, flower stands, baby rocking and
high chain, etc, for sale
Or KxcHHfC fer Second
Callaart Inspect Rosttcwork at old Court
House, HI. All klnd,offuraltur8 repaired.
n. T. MAIVHN, Propr,
Capitol City Nursery.
I have a lew thounaud choicer 3 yer ap
Pie, pear, cherry, plum and other tree t
my packing grounds omxxtlui state boa
that 1 will sell at ywy low prioea to pbtnfc.
rs or dealer.
Forty men wanted to work ia nun?
alter the IWi ot February.
t-W-lmdw Very Respect JcM.
-n i .m i i. . . ,ii ir i r i -
in the Circuit Court of the tt of Ow
toa.tot Marlou couuty.
Miles Riley, jilalutlir, VI. R. M. 0 lover,
To R. M. Olover the ckfeudoaU
In the name of the state itt Ormoa you
aro hereby require! to apa r ua mm war
the complaint fete maamat you In the
aboye entitled action, m ot Mtore tout Mh
day of February, I, to mm Muc. tti
first day of next resjuitaa of to abv
entitled court tfa MMltofi or iu
fell to to appear and anawtt-, 1st ptalnHtf
publication Of IttM MUttftMM, ) U v:
liueat a! AM yew far Um aaaji
Of m together wttk law
oiirllier wiu laiaasM imnom m IM
rate of a per ceaU per aitous tram Maraji
n(nlUUUiWHIHN WM WW. W WOP
buneuient ot IhUiwrttoo. You are Uwafcp
e, lt, until laid, aa4 all eeaU und dl
notified that this auwiuwiik bt aervad ujmI
you by publication by onier ot the lion. n.
on bv imliUettllo br order oi the lion.
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