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SALEM, OR., THURSDAY MARCH 7, 1889.
OLIVE LODGE No. 18, I. O. O. F., meets
In Odd Fellows' Hall up stairs. Cornoi
Commerclul and Ferry streets, every 8atr
urdayot 7:30 p.m.
J . T. GREGG. JA8. WALTON.
secretary. n. G.
I n n m n n. n v .
f Flro and Ma-
JOS. ALBERT. Agent, Salem, Oregon
General House Moving, Raising and
Work promptly done at.rcosonable rates.
Orders left at capital Journal office
ivlll receive attention. 9-U-tf
To Cigar and Tobacco Users.
tfm, Myers, the cigar manufacturer, offers
you special bargains in cigars and
tobacco lor the next month,
His especial brands are
His goods are all first-class, as he has had
twenty-one years experience In the busi
ness of manufacturing and selling cigars.
Cigars by tho box at special rates.
205 Commercial Street, - - Salem
1 nyone wishing to board at a quiet
A and cozy place, will rind the object of
their search at
IMRS. M. A. THOMPSON'S,
Cor. Chcmckete and Liberty Sts., Salem,
Where a low select boarders can secure
Airs. C. A. Rice. Miss. C. Lacey.
DRESSMAKERS and TRIMMERS.
Wishes to inform tho Ladles of Salem that
they aro prepaicd to do tilmmlug and
dressmaking In all its differ
ent branches In tho
1 ' LATEST STYLES '
Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaran
teed. Call and see them before placing your
orders. U5 State utieet, up stairs. . Im.
WE FIND THAT PEOPLE ALL
L. 3. WINTERS
For groceries and especially for the best
COFFEE In the city.
To your money until you see some
of the bargains In Ileal Es
tate offered by
THOMAS & PAYNE
07 State St.,
One-fourth block and line resi
dence on Center street, only $20,60;
five and ten acre lots two miles from
Salem, clean prairie. Good house
and lot in block 48 only $1000, and
property in all parts of tho city and
Fine residence property in Los
Angles to exchange tor property
The Salem Abstract
and land CO.,
Have removed to building adjoining
Thompson' jewelry store on
Money to Loan.
Land for Sale.
Houses for Rent
CALL AND SEE US.
Annual School Election.
3U1E annual school election for one D.
. rector and a Clerk of District No, 21, In
arton county will be "held at the Opera
House In Halrm on Monday, the llth day
of March, 1889, from 3 o'clock to 6 o'clock
p. m. David Simpson.
Is a corporation duly organized and
of Oregon. It began business
The First Sale Made By This
--LXS"4aa . 11 , -fl!HSISjgWB4a&aactaSg
During the nine months which have since elapsed it has made 107 sales
to 104 different persons. Of the purchasers 85 have bought farming lands.
It has also, during this time sold 61 residence lots in Salem. Of those
purchasing but 25 wore residents of Marion county prior to purchasing.
The remainder were from the following localities, viz: Jackson Co. 1
Polk Co. 3 Multnomah Co. 4 Clackamas Co. 1 Yamhill Co 1 Mon
tana 4 Minnesota 4 Kansas 10 England 2 Colorado 2 Washington
Territory 7 Iowa 5 Dakota 3 Indiana 2 California 8 Nebraska 7
Ohio 3 Wisconsin 1 Missouri 1 Illinois 1 Pennsylvania 2 Unknown 7.
This shows that sales are not confined to former residents of this local
ity, but that people are swarming in from the East to make their homes
among us. Tho business of this company is constantly Increasing. More
than half of its sales have been made within the past three months, al
though this is a season of tho year when sales are usually dull. The
company has from 15 to 20 men constantly employed. It has representatives
on Puget Sound. Ithas three men hi Portland, twoot whom give it their
entire time. Rev. F. J. Strayer, who last year introduced so many immi
grants into this State, is now In the East lecturing and distributing
advertising literature exclusively for this company. He will start to this
State with his first excursion on the 4th of April next.
This company is now spending more money to advertise Salem and the
surrounding locality than
The Salem Board of Trade and
Within the past twelve days
Over Fita Hundred
The second edition of the compa'ny's pamphlet descriptive of Salem and
the Willamette Valley is now in press. This is an edition of
TWENTY THOUSAND COPIES
Of a beautifully illustrated fifty pago pamphlet. Wo cannot advertise
so extensively in our home papers as we wish, for tho reason that parties
whom wo most desire to reach are residents of the Eastern States, where
these papers do not circulate. Wo do not advertiso every sale we make
in the local press, but we have advertised in more than
ONE THOUSAND PAPERS
In tho East, as wo depend upon Eastern buyere for tho great bulk of .our
patronage. During tho next few months our advertisement's
will be read by millions df readers of Eastern newspapers,'
who will thus bo placed in direct communication with .us, and
nearly all of those who come to this canst will come ticketed for tho ofllce of
THE OREGON LAND COMPANY.
For these reasons parties desiring to sell will find it to their interest t
place their lands in the hands of this company. If you wish to
sell property leave it wiiero
BUYERS COME TO BUY :
If you wish to buy property come where property is left for sale. Your
neighbors have land and don't want to buy.
EASTERN PEOPLE DO. v
Ouradvfrtisemenja catch tho eyes of Eastern people every where. We
have five teams and comfortable conveyances ready at all times day or
nlget, to convey parties to the properties we havo for Bale,
DON'T BE MODEST.
You are welcome to rido with us whether you buy or not.
operated under the laws
or the State
in March, 18S8, with a
Company Was in April Last.
All Other Agencies Combined !
it has paid for and contracted
to tho amount of
id Twenty-Five Dollars,
First National Ban
WM. N. LADUE, President.
DR. J. REYNOLby, - Vice President.
JOHN MOIlt, ....... Cashier.
Exchange orl Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers aro cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Liberal advances made on
wheat, wool, hops and othor property at
reasonable rates. Insurance on such se
curity can be obtained at tho bank In
moat reliable companies.
established by national authority
SALEM - - - OREGON.
It. S. WALLACK, - - President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vlco-Prcsldent.
J. II. ALBERT. ,-. - - Cashier.
V. T. Gray, W. W. Marttu,
J. M. Martin, R. 8. Wallace.
Or. W. A.Cuslck. J. II. Albort,
T. MeF. Patton.
To rnrmcrs on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or in store,
either In private grawarlesor
public w arehouses.
Stale and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at leasonablc rates. Drafts
drawn direct on Now York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris. Berlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
$50. HORSES. $50.
One hundred head of brood marcs and
young horses for sale. Forty or fllty
colts oxpected in tho spring Two lino
horses, Clydo and Pcnhcon stock, weight
sixteen and80cntecn hundred; huvo been
with tho bund for the past tbrca years.
Original stock from tho best quality ol
mares. For particulars address or seo
W. II. BYARS,
wit. Salem. Or.
OREGONIAN RAILWAY CO.
CHAS. N SCOTT, - - Receiver.
On andaflcr Feb. 18 1830. and until further
notice trains will run dally (except Sun
day) as follews:
TlieCapital National Bank
ColmrgMull il'ortl'd Mull
From Port- STATIONS. Tow'idPort
Jiv. ll.Su am I'outi.anJ) iw v Ar, l.lO.p in.
Ar. 10.0(1 Footof.Icrson.St
Lv. 2.15pm Jtny's Uindlng, Ar 1.80
" 2.28 St. Paul's, 12.17
" MB Woodburn, " 12.00
" 8,Jl TowiiHcnd, " 11.1(1
" 11.40 McKee, " 11.10
' 153 Mt. Angel, " 11.21
" 1.0.1 Down's, " U.11
" l.lfl Hlherton. " 11.00
" !.! Johnston's Mill' " 10.20
' 1.S1I Swltzeiland, " 10.10
" 1.17 F.istSldoJunct., " 1007
" fi.80 Macleay, " l.l
" ISO Aumsvllle, " IMH
" fi.Gfl WestStayton " K.50
" ail Ol'ClossIng, " 8.40
" 0.21 WostBclo, " 8.28
" 8,13 Cnibtrep, " 8.00
" 7.20 Splcer, - " 7.M
" 7.20 Tiilliiuin, " 7.22
" 8.03 Plalnvlew. " 0-48
" 8:37 Urownsllle, " 0.13
0:20 Rowlund, " 6.30
" 10:15 Coburg. " iiSO
Ar p in AR I.V Lv a m
Commotion Tickets at two con ts por
mllo on sale at stations having ugents.
Connection at Ray's und Fulquart
Landing with Steamer "City of Salem "
CHAS. N. SCOTT, Receiver.
General Oftlces, N. W Cor. First and Pine St
Tho B OYHHB' OUIDB is
issusd MArch and Sept.,
oaoh year. It is an ency
clopedia of useful Infor
mation for all who pur.
chase the luxuries or tho
necessities of life. We
can clothe you and furnish you with
all the necessary and unnecessary
applianoea to ride, walk, danoo, sleep,
at, fish, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at home, and In varloua aUes,
styles and quantities. Just figure out
what is required to do all these things
COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fall
estimate of the -value of the DDTfBRB'
OUIDB, which will bo sent upon
receipt of 10 cents pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
111.114 lUohJgaa Avonno, Chicago, Hi.
Sutherland married a
at Dunedin, Flu., on
Tho capital stock of tho Pullman
Palace Car Company Is Increased to
twenty-five million dollars.
Alaska cost this government
seyen million dollars and has aleady
returned nine and a half millions.
At Chin Kiang, China, a great
anti-foreign riot occurred Feb. 5-8.
The British and American consulates
were attached and looted and tho
houses of missionaries wcro burned
Tho manager of tho Santa Fe de
nies that his road is going Into any
hands but its own. Ho admits it
has been badly crippled, but says it
prospects now are bettor than over
A great discovery in practical
astronomy has been made by Prof.
Hastings of New Ha ven: How to
correct chromatic aberrations in
telescopes. This will glvo telescopes
vastly moro power, as much as
twenty to thirty per cent.
Tho compressed air industry Is
growing to do of great Importance
in Paris. Cylinders filled with com
pressed air aro distributed among
several industrial establishments. A
grand system ot depots is to bo built
and filled with these loaded re
ceivers. It seems that tho great "Q" strike
is not yet settled. The Burlington
officials havo not done as they
agreed at tno secret conferonco of
January. Thero is no telling now
what will take place. Theso troubles
have only begun. Thero aro vast
secret combinations taking place on
all sides. In time will come tho
earthquako shock. Would that
governments and societies of all
kinds preferred to uso tho ounce of
prevention beforo the pound of cure
The following communication will
bo of interest to tho readers of the
Journal. It will givo us to under
stand that tho prospects of having a
signal station established in Salem
aro doubtful, us wo seek nothing at
the loss of our neighbors, und also
that our senators and representatives
aro wide awake to the interest of
Washington, Fuji. 27, '80.
Hon. J. N. Delpii:
I have the honor to acknowl
edge tho receipt of your letter of
February 24th, touching on a com
munication you havo received from
prominent citizens of Salem, Ore
gon, urging tho establishment of a
station at that place.
I havo the honor to say frankly,
that it does not seem to mo Hint
such n station is required in the best
interest of the publlo service. Thero
aro now stations at Astoria, Port
land, Boseburg, and on tho U.S.
Military-telegraph lines, at Ashland
Linkvllle and Fort Klamath, us also
a station at Walla Walla, Just over
tne line to the norm- unci at noise
City, to tho eust. Tho Hon. Mr.
Hermann has been very urgent that
a station should bo established at
Baker City. Tho hentiment of all
the officers connected with predict
ing duty is against the establishment
of it station ut Baker City. But I
havo iiad In mind tho possibility of
establishing a station thero In the
interest of Eastern Oregon, perhaps
being obliged to move Bolso City to
Baker Ci . Of course if it was
agreed by i lie Oregon delegation that
Salem fill .u Id have the station rath
er than lloseburg, such u clmngo
could bo made, though lu tho inter
est of geographical distribution
Eugene City would bo the moro
preferable point. I am unfamiliar
with tho growth of tho Oregon cities
since 1880, und should be pleased to
defer as far as possible, to tho wishes
of yourself in particular, and tho
Oregon delegation in general, In
meteorological matters concerning
the interests of that state.
Very sincerely yours,
A. W. Ghekly,
Chief Signal Officer.
A Mood Cap t CelTte
Is a great attraction for a restau
rant. Tho cofleo druwn from Hcl
lenbraud'H Patent Coll'eo receptacle
is one of tho many Great Attrac
tions of his eating parlors. Thous
ands of cups of his excellent cofi'eo
are Bold every week. And as for
oysters and meals he cannot bo
equaled In the state. tf.
Wright's Hop, Celery and Chamomile
Hitters is what you are looking tor If you
want a preparation that will tone up your
system, give you an appetite, and Improve
the digestive organs. Hold by II, W. Cox
Events of tho Whole
for Twenty-four Hours.
Ellensiiurgii, March. G. Con
siderable oxcltemcnt was caused by
the arrival of parties from tbo Mc
thow valloy bringing specimens of
gold quartz assaying $4500 per ton.
Methow is a new district about 36
miles from Conconnully, in which
several valuablo finds havo been
made recently, but nouo so rich as
this last. Several parties Interested
in mining aro going to outfit for the
Methow at once. A. L. Thomas,
residing on tho Wenatchco, came to
town yesterday with specimens from
a 61-foot vein of coal discovered on
his ranch. Thero has been several
discoveries of coal on tho Wenatchee
of fine, hard quality, and that sec
tion promises to develop a coal field.
San Francisco, March 0. The
steamer City of Now York, from
Hong Kong, brings news that tho
started by alleged cruelty on tho
part of the police.
Belief is now coming in from all
sides forthestarvlug people In North
China, but it is feared many thou
sands will perisli in tho cold of winter.
On February 12th a very serious
rising of Black Flags and Anua
manltes brokoout on tho Tong King
frontier against tho French. Tho
military posts wero destroyed and it
is said over a hundred French
soldiers wero killed.
A Duilo ami llnlr.
Ni:w York, March 0. E. Berry
Wall will como into another fortune.
Tho size of it Is placed at $2,000,000,
and It conies from ills brother Wil
liam, who was burled hero. It is
said that before his departuro for
tho Pacific coast William Wall
spoko to the members of his family
about his property, and tho advisa
bility of leaving it to his brother.
There hud been some bad feeling
between tho brothers, it is under
stood, but the sick man agreed to
put asido all unfriendly thoughts
and mako a will In Berry's favor.
lllll Watkluds Again.
Aliiany, Or., March 7. W. II,
Watklnds lias brought suit lu tho
circuit court in this county for ?10,
528 damages claimed on account of
injuries received recently at Lebanon
by fulling from a high sidewalk
near tho depot.
Tho Bidewalk had no balustrade
or light to show its dangerous con
dition and tho plalntlfi' walked oil'
and broke a fow ribs. Tho case will
como up for trial at tho March term
of court, which convenes next Mon-
A Hurtling Disgrace,
Washington, Murch (J. Tho con
duct of tho Pennsylvania mllltla
attending tho Inaugural ceremonies
hero was marked all along by dis
graceful scenes. Their rowdoyish
acts and drunken debaucheries came
near culminating in a riot.
The Mormon Monster.
Atlanta Ga., Marcli 0. A party
of fifteen Mormons passed through
this city early this morning on their
way to Utah. They camo from
Southern Georgla,and were in charge
ot two missionaries.
What Puzzled Patrick.
"Look at that, now," said an
Irishman, as, in company with a
friend, he passed a couple of Itullan.s
who wero engaged in animated con
versation. "Well, what of it? Thoy aro
talking to leach other, nothlng
raoro." "Yis; but hero's tho wan thing
that Ol want to know?"
'What Is that?"
"How in tho divll cau they toll
phwat they'so talking about?"
It U generally conceded by physicians
that about one-half of tho population of
the united States are suttbrlng from
digestion and Dyspepsia. Hurried eating
and Improper mastication and Insallva
tlon of food are the principal causes. Dr.
Henley's Dandelion Tonic strengthens and
Invigorates the digestive organs and en
able one to enjoy a hearty ineul without,
any unpleasant after etrtosts.
bold by D. W. Mathews O.