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Sjjfo STATU INSTITUTION BUILT
WW A GltKAT MANY ItKPAIltH
1805 hns twcn mi oft year for Salem.
There havo been no now state Instl
lutloni erected. There have been
Hovcral failures, a bad tire, but on
tlio wholo the Capital City has weath
ered a year of depression In pretty
Kood shape and can Iwasta substan
tial list of Improvements.
AT TII1I BTATK I'MSO.V.
,tberc has been no building done, but
f considerable In the way of needed re
pairs has been accomplished. Anew
Itumo -100 feet lontf was constructed
of wood. The posts on tho walls and
tho watch towers have lccn painted.
Tho prison Inside has bsen calsomlnoU
and painted. About 2003 feet of open
ditches Inside the prison walls have
boon replaced by fjalvanfzed Iron
pipes and the ditches closed up. All
tho walks Inside have been repaired
or rebuilt with brick and cement.
On tho farm IM acres of land have
been grubbed, reclaimed and put un
der cultivation. A half mile ditch,
14 fcot wldo and fi feet deep, to drain
tho bottom lands of the prison farm
lands, has been built and oven that
Is not enough to take olt the over How
from Mill creek. Nothliitf could lv
dono at building roads. A million of
brick nru burned for the now fewer.
AT T1IK UKAP Mim: HUIIOOI,.
terraces were built on tho grounds,
now lloors were put Ii) and new ce
ment walks put down. A cement
concrete reservoir holding 100,000
gallons was built to supply both tho
deaf mutes and reform school. All
this work was done by trusty convicts,
as high as ninety men being worked
all Bununor. Thirty men nro now at
work nt the mute school. Tho trus
ties aro worked without any act of
tho legislature and can bo worked on
tho sewer that may bo built next year.
TJ1K BrATB HKKOIIM flOHOOL.
Tho uIimo of tho year 1HJ5 Hilda tho
Oregon Stato Itaform school still bet
tor orpiipputl for doing tho Import
ant work assigned to It. Thoro have
boon many Improvements In tho
twelvemonth. During tho lato sum
moraud fall there was built mostly
from the reform school funds for tho
Joint use of that Institution and tho
state school for deaf mutes a reser
voir for storing water, holding 100,
000 gallons. This receptacle Is mado
of concrete, crushed rock forming an
important Ingredient of the mixture.
Tho springs pour out of tho solid rock
In the woods just east of the main
building of tho now school for deaf
mutes. Tho water Is pure and spark
ling. No hotter can bo found any
whore. It Is convoyed from thorcser
voir to tho school for deaf mutes in a
three-Inch pipe, that bolug tho only
Hourco of water supply for that Insti
tution. A two-Inch pipe furnishes
tho reform school, 1100 feet away, nnd
a galvanized Iron tank stores tho sur
plus there. This water Is used at tho
reform school only for drinking and
cooking purposes. That for all other
uses comes from Mill creek, lwlng
.pumped by tho lxiwer thereof up the
hill lf0 foot high, and Into a 2J.000
gallon tank In tho top story of tho in
dustrial building, elghty-sevon feet
from the ground. This furnishes a
good tiro pressure, and It was in the
past few mpnths connected for the
purpose with all parts of tho main
building, with hydrants around tho
During tho year tho farm equip
ment has been largely added to, until
tho reform school now has ono of tho
best outfit for gonoral farming and
gimlonlng In tho state, including
teams, machinery, barns, hen and hog
houses, etc. An addition was made to
tho barn tho past season, so as to tho
better accommodate tho cows, twenty
to twenty-llvo bolng milked thero.iind
all tho butter for tho institution, to
Kay nothing of milk, bolng supplied
thereby. Tho dairy is a now feature
added during the year. A uow smoke
house has been erected, anil It Is now
full of cholco bacon from hogs raised
on tho farm. Some forty-11 vo are yet
fattening for the samo purpose. A
Bhooshop was equipped tit tho begin
log of the year.
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r;rr.. ' ... , . l,lHl'" " H,n
inocooKing ami Mali washing, tho
houso work, make and mend all their
own clothing, caps nnd shoes, cut tho
wood, about 1000 cords a year, do all
tho farming, gimlonlng and hauling
of ovcry kind, milk tho cows, feed tho
hogs, attend tho chickens supplying
tho Institution with eggs, caro for tho
stock, run tlio tollers and engines, do
tho hulr cutting and shaving, drive
tho hack to mid from Salem, do tho
carpentering, plumbing and cement
work Infaet they perform nil tho
varied labor In and about tho Institu
tion und on tho 000 acre farm, supply.
Ins entirely tliclr own vegetables mid
having a great abundance of tbosntim
yw through. Ofcourso they do nil
,,.oft th.nnnderthedlrcctlonof tho
-" " incuts amomueu iu uwv
They go to school four hours of each Tho two story residence of J. P.
wSdof and llmvo temperance meet-' Robertson nt 400 Center street, he
me tings, singing, etc., In the eve- the extent of abo ut M0. T it fc on
nlnM. Their woklng hours arc kept cral appoa ranee of he bill Win "
occupied In healthful, useful labor been Improved considerably,
and in improving their minds. They. j. u0wcnnan has had a $1000 dwcl
arc forming habits of Industry tlintin? )l0USC erected -on his property
will remain with them through life. jst cast of tho penitentiary the past
There Is certainly no busier piacc m
Oregon tnan inc rciunu ,m..
whole order, method nnd discipline is
founded upon work.
There are 218 boys on the rolls of
that Institution now, 110 being there
and 102 out upon parole. Thcso latter
are the llnlshcd product. They tell
the talc of the benefits of the train
ing there. They arc generally doing
well, many of them occupying places
of trust throughout tho state and
ttnxwnit Into useful manhood. Not
much new work will be undertaken
iinrincr lfion. The year will sec added
to the equipment of the reform school J
a steam laundry plant. A siio maj
also bo built. Further than these the
efforts of tho coming year will bo dl
iccted to finishing up many pieces of
work already undertaken, Improving
tho grounds, roads and fences making
general repairs and rendering still
more productive the farm nnd garden
Last summer "Win. Urown's little
cottage on State street near Church,
was j-cntodled,'. making It Into a mod
ern dwelling home. This building Is
quite an addition to that block of
Mrs. Silas Foster contemplates hav
ing a $1000 cottage built this coining
slimmer. The location has not yet
been decided upon.
One of, if not tho finest residences
erected the past year in Yew Park
Addition to Salem, Is that of Joseph
Albert. It Is situated at tho corner
of Summer and Oak streets and was
erected at a cost of $1500.
Tho residence of Hanker J. II. Al
bert was remodeled the past summer,
to the amount of $-100.
A new front was placed In tho Gil
bert & Patterson grocery store last
fall, costing $250.
Hanker A. Hush hns had a new
front placed In his store building on
Commercial street, now occupied by
Mrs. D. L. Flesler. The Improvements
amounted to $1150.
M. T. lliucmnn, tho grocer, had a
beautiful residence built last summer
on Church between Chcmckcla and
Center, at a cost of $4000. It Is Indeed
a lcautltul palaco. Narrlld & Ollngcr
did tho work.
Contractor John Gray's $000 cottage
on North Commercial street Is a hand
Charles Murphy has built a cottage
on Chcmckcla strcot between lutii
and 17th streets costing $1000.
Tho $1000 cottngo of F. A. Hakor on
Eighteenth street, between Cott ago
and Chcmekotn, was erected by.Shlpp
A. Hurton, tho well known brick
manufacturer, Is now living in a sub
stantial brick residence, on East
Stato street. J. A. Dickey superln
tended tho erection of tho building
which cost $1500.
Architect Chas. A. Hurggratf has
had erected, tho past year, a neat
little cottage on 14th and Leo streets.
Tho work was dono by Welch Uros. Al
though of modorn style tho building
was built more for comfort than for
John Shlpp Is building an $350 cot
tago on 10th street, between Leo and
Walker streots, for W. II. Moon
Tho building will bo ready for occu
pancy about February 1st.
Last summer, J. L. Hockett erected
tholveoly cottage, costing $1200. It
Is located on Oak strcot near 12th.
u. v. jiocKcu nas recontiy unit a
comfortable $500 cottage erected in
Ono of tho handsomest editlces er
ected tho past year is that of County
Assessor D. I). Coffey. Tho build
ing, which cost, $2500, Is situated on
14th street, cornor of Asylum Avenue.
and Chas.II. Hurggraff drew tho plans
Tho homo of Judgo Geo. II. Hurnott
at tho corner of Center nnd High
streots, is ono of tho finest residences
In tho city. It was erected by Henry
apt at n cost sf $1000.
Tho past season Mrs E. E. Waters
has had a $1000 dwelling luniBocreo
ted on summer
It Is an nttmctlvo bulldlnc In an ox.
to tho laundry and
bakery buildings at the State Insnno
asylum, under tho supervision of
Architect W, O. Knighton, cost $0500.
Tho handsome llttlo $1200 cottage,
which takes tho place of old Mansion
uouse, corner of Liberty and Div
ision streets, Is ono of tho blgget Im-
provementsof tho year. It Is occu
pled by Mr. E. A. Thatcher, an at
tache of the lusauo! nsyliim, and Is
certainly a wondorful Improvement
over tho building that previously oc
cupied that corner.
Young mid Robinson remodeled tho
front of Thomns Wait Co's store-room
In tho ppstonieoo J"-""1
. . . t- ...i.iAU 4vtirirn
n..o .f tlio nnnnr rooms in uiu
South Salem school house wns-flttcd
up for occupancy by Young and Roy
Ison tho past season. The Improve
ment nmounts to about $22.'..
Contractor John Gray, last summer
built a two-story dwelling house on
North Winter Street, for Mrs. Dim
mlck. The contract price was $&"0.
Last summer, W. E. Sorbcr built
two neat little cottages on Winter
street, near Union, for J. A. Itotan,
the furniture dealer. The two build
ings cost $1800.
AN OLD SCHOOL MEKCHANT.
J. J. Dalrymple Is one of the grand
old school of merchants who built up
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The First Baptist Church of Snlem, of wlitcli the abovo presents a good illnstratton, was
of the meient pastor. Rev. 1. P. Farmer. The
scriptlnns. The society numbers 335 enrolled
The society is in a healthy ami prosperous condition, beinc the second or third strongest in the
great sacrifices and displayed great enterpri.e in
porting meir pastor, aim mcir uimcu cuuus uic
the great commercial centers of tho
cast. Although ho left Salem, Mass.,
nearly 40 years ago, and spent most of
his life in Salem, Oregon, ho brought
with htm and planted In his now homo
thoso Hiiporh principles of business
which command the respect of the
commercial world. His mammoth
dry goods emporium In Salem, which
ho established over 30 years ago, Is
today ono of tho llncst stores on the
coast. The stock Is always tho host,
nnd patrons know that whon they
want something good In the dry goods
lino they can always find Itj at J. J.
Dalrymplo & Co's.
THE SPEBBY GALLEBY.
UKCKIVKS A DUriaOATlIl) OltDUK FROM
0000 MII.1IS AWAY.
Sperry, tho nrtlst, Is highly success
ful. Her work tolls Its own story.
Its art speaks to the eyo of all.
Strangers In tho city nro struck by
tho beautiful work turned out from
this gallery, and novor fall to send in
duplicate orders from plates mado by
"Sperry, tho artist, Salem, Oregon."
An order was tilled yesterday for a
gentlemen from the far-away lower
Danube, on tho bordors of Turkey
0000 miles. Her work was shown In
largo European cltlos, and received
such favorable coninlent, a vory nlco
order followed a trophy or success
for tho Salem artist.
The oftlclnl roturnsof tho stato elec
tion in Massachusetts show that out
of tho 675,000 women entitled to reg
ister and vote on thoquostlonof equal
suffrage, only 23,003 went to tho polls;
that in forty-seven towns not a worn.
an un.u, mm hi iiw towns tholr vote
averaged only fifteen: and that in imt
aslnglo county or district was a mi.
Jorlty glvon for tho proposition.
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These valuable publications are
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Hcmembcr Tin: Journal Is the
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ONE OP SALEM'S NEW CHURCHES.
bulldlnc: complete costs Sio.coo. all of which
members, twenty having been added since May,
building sush a fine church in the midst of
iujmui; iiic r irsi uapusi iuurcit one 01 mtiuci
A POULTRY JSIIOW.
AIUIANOUMKNTS FOR A I1IO DISPLAY
AT Till! AHM0IIY ON JANUARY llTII.
Thero was a meeting of poultrymen
at the city council chamber Saturday
afternoon. Somo tlmo was spent in
discussing the poultry Interests, nnd
arrangements wero completed for
holding a poultry fair at tho armory
iu Salem on Saturday, January 11th.
Tho forenoon will bo taken up by tho
committee In arranging the exhibit,
and at 1 p. in. tho doors will bo opened
In tho evening an excellent program
will bo prepared for entertaining nil
Tlio admission will bo 10 cents for
all, excopt children under eight years
of age, who will bo admitted free.
Tho committee, consisting of Geo.
I). Goodhue, Wm. II. Savage, F. A.
Welch, Edward Keller, and J. S.
Muconibcr, wishes to Inform all In
tending exhibitors to havo tholr coops
at tho hall by 10 a. m. on that day,
In order that thero will bo ample time
to arrange tho exhibit, and every ono
having tlno fowls or any Interest
ing attraction aro requested to bring
thorn to tho show.
No entranco feo will bo charged and
all fowls and attractions of any kind
will bo admitted free.
Bluo nnd red ribbous will bo award
ed for first nnd second premiums.
At tho closo of tho show all fowls
sultablo for tho stato exhibition at
rortiaud, will bo solected nnd shipped
tho following Monday to that city In
chargo of tho committee.
AH thoso who desire to enter tholr
own fowls for tho stato show ran iin
so, rnoso who do not the committee
will do for them.
Children Cry for
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HOW TO BEDUOE EXPENSES.'
COUNTY JUDOE HUBBARD SUGGESTS
County Judgo nubbard snys tho tax
levy In Mnrlon county next year w l
i. inaa Mum it was last ycnr. Ho esti
mates that counting tho delinquent
taxes as assets. The floating debt of
Mnrlon county Is almost nothing, or
less thnn $10,000. Four years ago tho
floating warrant debt was $78,000.
This Is very gratifying to the tax
payers and Is evidence of careful
handling of county funds. There Is
a $2000 claim for Oregon Pacific taxes
that Is coming in soon.
Judge Hubbard was asked to sug
gest some legislation that would re
lieve the county of expenses, and ho
expressed himself ns favoring the
following changes In tho laws as they
i. rmnnell tho sheriff to collect the
0.,..,n fnoa frnm IIMtrniltS that llC COl-
lected before, he was put on a salary
...i,i iwinliwl him to turn them over
tn the countv. 2. Give us a county
prosecuting attorney on a salary of
81,500 a year. 3. Rcduco the fees of
ii inst.iponnf Mir ncace one-hnlf or
put them on a small salary. 4. ltc
duce all mileage to 0 cents per mile.
5. Put the assessor on a salary. 0(
built the past year under the administration
Is paid or provided for In cood bonaflde .ub
when Rev. Farmer entered upon his duties.
stain, 'I he Baptists of Salem have nuda
hard timea. But lliey are enthusiastically sup
m mc icii;iuui nuHirs 01 ims communuy.
Allow tho county court to let the
boarding of county prisoners to the
lowest responsible blddor. 7. Conv
pell the letting of tho furnishing of
all supplies for tho county oflleers,
sucn ns oiniiKS, manic books, stntlon
nry of all kinds, pons, rubber bands,
in fact everything that Is furnished
to tho oflleers, to bo let to tho lowest
bidder. 8. Have tho prisoners In tho
county Jail enred for by tho county
THEY ABE HEAVY FEEDEBS.
Brewster & White, nt 01 Court
street, conduct one of the most suc
cessful flour and feed establishments
In Salem. Tho firm has been in busi
ness for fivo years, and has in that
tlmo gained tho confidence of its
largo circle of patrons. D. A. White,
tho very accommodating manngcr,
thoroughly understands not only the
trade nnd its needs, but is nostert ns in
all kinds of grains and mill products.
Ho Is a practical farmer, nnd is thus
enabled to Judgo of qualities, value
and adaptability of all kinds of feed
for all purposes. When you want tho
best and tho most for the money,
always go to Browster & White.
Tho last Bepubllcan administration
paid oft $259,071,000 of tho public
debt, reducing It from $844,100,220 to
voo,vw,ou. unuer tho nrosfmr. ml.
ministration It has Increased by $102,
227,700, tho total now standing at
747,301,000. Thero is argument
onougli In these few flgures to settlo
mopresuientlnl contest of 1890.
Kheumatl8m Ituns Elot.
When there is lactic acid in the blood.
Liniment and lotion will be of no permauent
benefit A cure can be accorrmltihed n.,i h
IK e ,hVcld ?nd for h PurP
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine be.
UP1"Jpe..PJminen,1ria,he Public eye
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Dear in Mind Not one of tho host of counterfeits nnd lmi
tlona is as good as the genuine. ""u ,mit
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Service and Scenery Unequalled
Xhrouffli Palace and 'lour tat Sleepers
mnlva and Buffet JMrntry Cars
Trains leave Portland and Seattle dally for the East.
Tickets, reservations nnd baggage checked to all points.
For comfort in travel take the Great Northern.
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In the postotllco uncalled for. Please
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Balls F O
Cotituron E Miss
Ttlllnn AVni '..
Blrens Alfl Miss
Colfcy T N
Dcbalunhnrd Win Ferguson Noah
Garrison S T
Hall W II
Hull M F
Howe Eda Mrs
IIooplc II T
Helen L V
Klbel Mario Miss
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Johnson J no
La ml Is AS
Miller O A
Miller J J
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McDonald Chas A Musser Dogan
Mcrrltt Jancy Mrs
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H. F. Bonham, P. M.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Capital National Bank
At Salem. In the Slate ofOrecon. at the
close of business, December 31, 1895:
Loans and discounts $218. ono on
Overdralts. secured and unsecured ia,8;4 17
u.o.uunus iu sccurn circuiaiiun , ,
Premiums on U. S, bonds
Stocks, securities, etc
Banking house, furniture, fixtures
Other real estate and mortgages
Due from National banks (not re-
Due from state bank and bankers
Due from approved reserved
Checks and other cash Items....
Notes of other National banks,. .
Fractional paper currency.nlckels
Lawful money reserve In bank,
Specie ....... .347.594 5
Legal tender notes.... 87500
:6 054 57
Redemption fund with U.S. treas.
urer (5 per cent of circulation) .
Due from U. S. treasurer, other
than 5 per cent redemption
' 855 00
Capital stock paid in $
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid
National bank notes outstanding
Due 10 other National banks . . .
Due 10 state banks and bankers.
Individual deposits subject to
Demands certificates of deposit..
Time certificates of deposit
State of Oregon, coun'ty'of Marion, ss:'
' i.. 'l,uc" -anicr 01 tne above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief. J, II. ALBERT,
Suhstrl1lrl Ami IWAm n t..-. .l.t-
301b day of December, 189s.
GEO. W. WATT,
Correct Attest: Notary public forOrecon.
W. V. MARTIN,
FREE TO ALL W0MLN
I have a Verv stmnl t.nm t...i.. ...ull
. Ill Jli ' ...-. ..w...v ......uiltlU WHICH
Will readllv cure nil r.mi U.ll.n.j. tr..i
Pt-nods, Ieucorrhoca, displacements, or
irregnlaritles, am will gladly send it free to
any suffering woman. Address Mrs. J. . B
Box 96. TallmanLinn Co.. Ore. 11.26.Mn
MONEY JO LOAN.
I have $5000 to loin in one sum or any
fractional part not less than $300 To loan in
balem during the next 30 days. Address,
with particulars, '
266 Stark street, s Portland. Or.
J, H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
ti.-. 1 v " ' """ 'epair work, Seih
Thomas docks, etc., 215 Commercial Street,
for pains In tho back. aiTuT
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EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co,
California Express Train Run dally between
Portland and San Francisco.
South I I Notth
8:50 p. m.
1 1 :oo p. m.
10:45 a "'
lv. l'orlland nr, suoa m.
lv. Salem I v. C:ooa,m.
ar. San Fran, lv, 6:oop. rn.
Above trains stop at East Portland. Oregon
City, Wo dburu, Salem, Turner, MaiTon,
jeuerson, Aiuany, Aioany uncuon. I r ing,
Eucene, Crcswcll, Drain, and all stations.
from Uoieburg to Ashland, Inclusive,
ROSKnURG MAIL DAILY.
South I North
8::i0a.m. lv. Portland nr. 4:10 p.m.
11:00 a.m. lv. Salem lv. 2:20 p.m.
f:20 p.m. I ar. Boseb'g lv. 8:30 a.m.
South I fforth
4:00 p.m. lv. Portland ar. lo:0.i a.m.
0:15 p.m. ar. Salem lv. 8:00 a.m.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROU1K.
TULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallls, daily (ex.
cept Sunday, 1
7:30 am. I Lv. Portland. Ar 1 6:20 p.m.
12:15 pm.JAr. Corvallls. Lv 1:35 p.m.
At Alhflnv nn.1 Pnrvnlltc rnnncrt ivltl
trams of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train dally except Sunday.
4:45 p. m I Lv. l'orlland Ar
7:25 p, m. j Ar. McMinvillc Lv
8:25 a m.
6:50 a. m,
lo all points in the Eastern States, Canids
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratri
from W.W. SINNER, Agent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Asst. G. Fi & P. A.,
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping (Tars
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Fargo,
Grand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and Uutte,
Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, Boiton. and all Points
Last aivl bouth
For information, time, cards, mips an!
tickets, call on or writo
THOMAS, WATT & CO,
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Chulton, Aksi. Gen'l. Pas,s Agt,
Morrison St., corner Third Portland, Or.
0. R. & N. CO,
E. M'NEILL, RECEIVER.
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOICE
GieBt Northern Fty.
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Low rates to all cities east. Ocean stesm
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