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PREACHERS BY TUE SCORE.
UTE CITY NEWS FOUND
By ihft Reporters on. Their feaa'd of
' tho Tqwl
Onr Heavy; Tai Paycru.-Pwsliytery-Court
The following have been ap
pointed notaries public for Oregon
by Governor Penneyer: F. M.
Miller, Lebanon; J. I. Slingill,
Baker CSty; Joseph Groll, East
Portland; Barclay Jennings, Butte-
ville, Marion county.
A New IncorpsrMlon.
Artidesof incorporation have been
filed with the secretary of state, for
ho Polk County Land company W
H. Hirschberg.ohn J. Daly, I-.J.1
Lee, F. E. Patterson nu V. Y.
Sears, Incorporators; capital . stock,
$2,500, ,divided iiir,o $5 shares of 5100
each; object, to conduct a general
real estate business, with the prin
cipal office at Independence, Polk
, A New Ceuniy Rgad.
The citizens of Salem Prairie are
moving in the matter of a county
rosd trom a point near the peni
tentiary south to intersect the Sa
lem and Turner road near Gov.
M,oody'q 'place. Mr. Simpson has
consented for the road .to bo located
across hla land, the petitioners qr
connty only Tpaying for the Jandoc
cupied at he same rates he purchas
ed the lands for several years ago.
t ost'Cnt Down Expense;,
Tholeof 12, jnfijp for county
purposes, as decided upon yesterday
by the county commissioners will
prove insufficient. It will fall short
nearly $3,000 of the "dual expendi
ture of the county last year. This
year the total assessment is but
Ja,S39,273, and is nearly $000,000
leas than that of the assessment of
1SS". The expenses of the county
last year wcro $37,411. It would
seem the commissioners are wisely
admonishing that economy be
The Troe Situation.
Ecgarding the smallpox nt Mc
Minuvillo yesterday's Yamhill Re
porter said :
Andy Ennis, a smallpox patient,
died at the pest house Sunday after
noon. Ho was buried that night.
Wednesday another child (boy) of
Chns. Bodle's broke out and was
taken to the pest house.
Thursdny Frank Bynum was
taken down and also removed to the
Mrs. MorirareidKC and child, of
Dayton prairie, were taken down
Uoom for JUny Here.
The appended paragraph is having
Its round of tho western press and
is published with the view to points
Ingainoral. What is done in this
line In New York can, and iu days to
come, will be doneln tlio Wlllametto
valley. AVe-are but just beginning
to learn what can bo done here in
the fruit Hue. Here is tho article
referred te: "Within forty miles of
Itoehestor, N. Y., there are more
than 1,500 fruit evaporators, from
me small farm house dryer, or a
capacity of twenty-live bushels a
day, to thq large steam evapontqrs,
drying 800 to 10,000 bushels of apples
each twenty-four hours. These
evaporators give employment during
the autumn . and early winter
months to at least 30,000 hands, who
average from $5 to ?12 a week, ac
cording to experience and useful
ness." renlttBtlirr Prtl!m.
The state penitentiary at present,
Superintendent Downing this moni
"g informed a Journal representa
tive, coutnlns.252 convicts. This is
aut tho usual number, although
'tot March there were but 242, -while
" July there were 274. Now that
he time has como for holding clr
"i court in the various counties a
"Uni" may soon be looked for at
state Institution. Already tho
ie has set In, and yesterday noted
we arrival from Baker county of
It Is a noteworthy fact that amoDg
wig large nuinhor there Is rjot ono
wnan. Until rceentlv. there were
vo, but their eentoncoa having c-
'vd. they were releawd last AnrIL
Among the number are but seven
"red men. This Is Indeed ntranins
a large pqr owi of our eastern
.cto UIHig,.to ft,at xRce. Tha
y accounted for by the fiuit
t thtre are so few colored men In
Tile ( Mtiri. fi.ro uv 1ifwu vim
eri.ljloved In h L-ltnfinn Hlnliiv
nia:,, lautulrv. r nnirflood In
n foundry, filxty complete
" a day U the output
CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET.
Cases Pealing 0ctVt Term, Begin
ning October 8&.
. Parsllla Paquot vs. John Paquet,
divorce. ,. .
JJ, Komlnsky vs. M. Gerechback,
H. D. Kelly vs. Wm. Mareton,
Jacob .Voorhees et al vs. Walter
L. Tooze, suit for sale. ,
Lunn fc Brown vs. Amelia Riley,
J. H. Miller vs. F. Levy, anpeal.
J, 0. Howd vs. Geo. P. Litchfield,
action for money.
A. It. Jewett vs. A.English, action
J. D. Leo vs. W. B. Magors el ux.
action for money.
Vm. N. Northrop et al vs. Fred
Beer, for possession.
Samo. vs. Fred Anderegg, same.
Jna Munch vs. V. Kratz, et al
change of venue.
McKlnley Mitchell vs. L. F
"Weatherford, action for money.
., Ida M. Fitzgerald, vs. J. W. Fitz
gerald, divorce. ,,
Board of School land commission
ers vs. W. S. Smith et al, foreclosure.
Katharine Burchheit vs. Ludwig
Winnio Graham vs. Mary E.
Greenwood equity- (t , ,
1. R. Dawson, vs. E. M. Crolsan
and T. B. Patton, injunction.
Ames vs. LIbby et al, confirma
tion. J. M. Jones vs. A. McKinsey, et
Williams & England vs. F. H.
Ogle ctal, confirmation.
Azelia Kirkland vs. Myron Kirk-
School land commissioners vs.
James R. Coleman, confirmation.
S. Friedman vs. J. H, and K. A.
Ray, levivo judgment.
D. Kohn & Bros. vs. M. Royser,
change of venue.
James Coffee admlstrator ostato
H. D. Brown vs. David Colo et al,
J.W.Salisbury etalvs. Mary S.
Lighlfoot et al, equity.
J. P. Johnson vs. George E. Allen,
action for money
Barnes Manufacturing Co. vs.
Frank N. Rlep, action for money.
Saiul. A. Keel vs. F. Levy, equity.
John Osborne vs. E. J. Osborne,
en uh v.
J. F. Morely, vs. R. E. Moores,
action for money.
J. R. N. Bell went to Albany last
Mr. and Mrs. A. Glesy returned to
A. T. Yeaton, Chas. Calvert, Dr.
Skiff aud J. W. Webb were among
tho Salemites on tho train from
Portland last night.
Mrs. Strand and daughter, Vqvla
left this morning for San Francisco,
where they will pass tho winter.
They went via Portland.
Mr. Gross, of the real estate firm
of Hughes & Bellinger, came up the
road yesterday with Innd buyers, to
whom ho was showing some choice
At tho Chemeketo nro registered
Dan. Moss and H. W. Lybrook,
Richmond, Intl.; J. M. Allen,
Wichita, and W. II. Pratt, Phillips
Joshua Barker, wife and child
came up , from Lompod, California,
to-day. Radway Stevens of North
Salem, married their daughter and
they will visit n week or so with her
and her husband.
Prot Homor, of Roseburg, passed
down to Salem yesterday taking
homo the-lnvnlld'Bon of Prof. Mo
EIroy, who had been trying the
climate of Southern Oreeon for his
health. Albany Herald, 20th.
W. H. Halloway, advance agent
of the Chas. Maubury and Collie
Boyd dramatic company Is In tho
city making arrangemente for tho
appearance of that--attraction hore
Oct 8th and Uth. They win present.
"Unknown" and "His Natural
Meirlig Ike End.
At last tho end of tho Oaborne
caics begins to make its appearance.
Out of nearly a dozen oases In all
but two survive, the remalnlug onea
noUbor having b$ou dlijirdwed, with
drawn or adjusted Ju some manner.
Osborne has withdrawn his guar
dianship nape", leaving the chil
dren in the custody of Mrs. 0borue,
while she has dismissed the suit
binding ldjn to keep the peace. Tho
one unanswered charge is that
against Oaborne for opening h!
TU mm JUrkeL
Tn RIm wheat la nominally at
TO cent, but there are neither many
buyers nor Bellera. Everybody eeema
to be waklBg fat the navigation tea-
ton to befpn. wnen u "Pf"""
wheat will ooromand ago01 1"-
The Oregon Pmkytery hVd Coinmbla
Synod to Meet Here
Beginning October 0th and con
tinuing fpr a, perttxl of three days,
the Presbytery of, Oregon will bo
conducted, ' tlie Presbyterian
churcKiJnhi? city, .Tjo rresbytery
of Oregon t copiprses tho entire
districtof Qro-ron and Washington
territory, nttji It ta expected there
will be a jnrge attendance. The
exercises wjll ( tie olf the usual in
terest, aud wiU be 'participated in
by more tlmu a hundred divines of
Following the deliberations of the
Presbytery and begiunlng October
11th tho Synod of tho Columbia will
noiu a three day's session at tho
same place. This synod embraces
tho entire territory of Oregon,
Idaho and Washington.
Tho Presbyterian denomination of
saicm are making all posstulo
preparations for the complete enter
tainment of this body of guests and
the week promises to bo ono of in
terest. At least one hundred and
twenty visiting minister will be
hore during the entire week.
,A.,R, Flint is visiting relatives at
At Clackamas a new Presbytorian
church is shortly to bo dedicated.
Thrco new students entered tho
Willamette University yesterday.
I. Vanduyn, late of Independence,
is soon to make this city Ills home.
In Albany lives Jack Nye, whom
thft Hcrn)d says la a brother of tho
Hons. C. W. Fulton and Raleigh
Scott will address the republicans of
Salem October 10th.
Supreme court for tho regular
October term begins Monday with
quite on extensive dooket.
Secretary of Stato McBrldo wont
to Portland this morning whero
he will stay a few days.
Several new rcsidenco nro in
course of construction in West Sa
lem on the Polk county side.
The nsyluin will also bo subjected
to quarantine regulations for a few
days, until the smallpox scare sub
sides. Tho Salem grange meets at their
hall In this city on Saturday next.
The usual business will come before
The regular meeting of the Salem
Ministerial Union will be held at
the Christian church Monday, Oct.
1st, at MO a. in.
Yesterday to C. D. Gabrlelson and
wife of tills city a son was born; nlso
to W. W. Brooks and wifo of Inde
pendence, a daughter.
The, little daughter of Prof. Arnold
sustained a severe aecldentyesterday
by falling from her high chair. The
collar bone was broken.
The sale of vaccine points ntMc
Minnvillc has been large, oyer 1000
having been disposed of by the drug
stores within the last week.
The Oregon Pacific Is making a
determined eilort to -ecu re business
from California, and has opened an
other office in San Francisco.
Mrs. Minnie Smith, the Salem
woman who has been running wild
at Portland, was yesterday held
iu sum of $100 to appu.tr before the
George Miller, who was brought
to the penitentiary yesterday from
Baker county for horse stealing, ia
only about twenty years old. lie Is
in for two years.
Already we are reminded of tho
approach, of the fall hoasou, by the
more tender forest trees changing
the color of their leaves. No frosts
are reported yet, but tho time will
soon bo here for light one.
Prjvato advices from Portland .hi
dlcato a very flue tlmo anticipated
at the mechanics' fair which ojhjiih
next week. The largo building hus
been rcmilnted and luted un anew.
Half fares are offered by the railroad.
Tlioso who are vented Iu the hiil
Jeot say hops will pay from f300 to
11,000 per acre per year. Land
adapt ed to hop growing Is tvory
whereto be found in this valley. In
years to come many more thousands
of iouwiMf this wylng crop will bo
Monday the following named
young law studentH will como up
from Portland for examination be
fore tho supreme court foradmlwiiou
to the bar; Sanderson Iteed, Har
old Pilklngtnn, Henry F. McCIure,
Harry Hoguq, J. K. Boothe, J. G.
MeGfnn, S. M. Shipley, O. W.
In Jmtlce Tuttle'a court yesterday
Minnie Smith, the wife of a Kalem
barber, had preliminary examin
ation en a charge of adultery with
J. P. Riley, hlie was hew to appear
before the grand Jury with bond
flxedatflOO. When hta wlfVa cae
vu called the feet waa ascertained
that If. B. Hmltll had left town to
avoid nroneeutiBR hia recreant wife.
The sheriff of Marian county haa.
Utrn dirwted t" arreet rmlth H
foUnd -P0"IaI,d X1"-
MARION'S IIEAVT TAX PATERS.
' ' " - . : . u- ' i '
The Names of all Yho Pay on $5,000
The county assessor's tax boojes
for lSSSareuow in and from them
wo are permitted to glean a few
points. Below appear tho nnmcsj
aud amounts for which they are
assessed of all who pay taxes on
Anderson, James $ f,6S0
Allen, Henry 6,660
Arnold, Charles 5,280
Albert, J. H 0770
Adolph, Samuel 14,900
Apperson, J. C ,.. 7,000
Am, M. Co 6.000
Baker.J. A 7,150
Beers, H. E. 0,477
Breynian Bros...- 43.70S
Benjamin, M 6,045
Bonedlctine Fathers 14.118
Brown, Fullertoh & Co S.000
Brown, SamueL 6,400
Brown, estate of 11,9-14
Brown, Wm. & Co 5,200
Brown, B. M 9,000
Brooks, W. W 0,190
Boothby, W. F 11,350
Boise, R. P. Sr 5,50$
Bush, A 18,924
Chapman, M. N - 6,000
Carter, Henry 6,068
Cndg, John 7,034
Clnggett, W. D 0.SS4
Carpenter. Mrs. S. A 6.150
Carpenter, A 6,310
uapuugcr.ii. u a.i-r.:
Cranston, Warren..-. I2.6S4
Cnpllal Lumbering Co 13,700
CAl'ITAI. JOUIINAI.LO 6,700
Cooke, E. N. estato of 18500
Cooke, F. M. Sr 75,5(1
Colnian, James '54,00
Cone, G. A 12,200
Cole, A. B 0,801
Cosgrove, Hugh Sr 0,814
Cosper, Wm 24,080
Coolldire &-MoLain 43.140
Coolldge, A. I. & Co 51,24
Coolldge, 'Nettle estateof.... 5,400
Coolldjre. A. 1 0.900
Collins, Geo 7,900
Corbett& Mncleay 8,-KM
Cusick, W. A 170
Cunningham, James 6,800
Church. S. W - 8,820
Davis, P. A- - 6,290
Darby. W. II. H 7,134
Davenport, T. W- 5,078
Durst, Win. - 14,920
Durst, Cindrella 10,030
Davidson, T. L 0,621
Dayton, D. C 0,fc0
Dennis, John.-- 0.18J
Delerue, Father 6,900
Dimick, G. L 6,000
Downing, G.L-- ,420
Downing, John estate ot 6,070
Duncan, James 5,002
Durbiu, Ihiicc 7,020
Durbin, D 8,602
Durbln, Sol 15,300
DuudeeM. AT. I. Co 81,091
Burette, F. R 5,442
Ebeilmrd, J. G ,6,214
Ester, Mrs. E t 6,284
Eoir.G.W 5 0S0
KUhidge, T. E 1 20,1:01
England. Wm 7,120
Kwaid, T. G 6,400
Feller, Frunois 19,132
Feller, Peter 0,790
Fletcher, II. C - 0,410
Ford, Tilmon 21,490
Gmy. G. W w 22,631
Grim, J.JJ. W 6 814
Griffith, I.C 0,280
Goodman, M. L 7,000
Hardy. E. W- 6,714
Hall. E N, and E. T (I.5JH
Harding, E. J 2.'l,66l
Hiirding, I, 13,791
Havcrly, M 6,491
linger, Wm 7,970
Herren, J. C , 6,692
neniowx Jiaii g.juu
Hentchel, F. estate 7,620
Hlbbard, T. R 7,830
Hlnkle, C.J 0,0.-i
Hlrch, Edward 11, KM)
Halfer, Tiim.i..,.. 01,440
Hobson, W. H. & Co 7,740
Holwon, Whltnoy 5,010
Ilovendon, Geo. 11 11,404
I lewd, J. 0 0,774
Hughes, Juo 8,842
Hunt, G. W 10.800
Huiiiphrk, W. J 6 170
Hubbard, W. T 7,920
Hubbard, W. C -, 7fU0
Huffman, J. A lu,4K)
Jackson, Mrs. May 17,400
Johnson, Jno 6,214
Jones, M. L 6,810
Johes.S. W. R 5,100
Jones, KIIiih 6,600
Jones, Henry M. .... 6,164
Jory, Wm-. 0,166
lory, j iioh.w 7.-.WJ
Jolinwui i.L ..
Ku.unuL'ii. j) .....
ilConiifdy, J. D ..
Ktt'nc, XlrM. N ..
KIIl'ii (tJJeck ..
kiiiiii, Jien ...... i,wi
JUKI & JJU8II-- IlO.b
Initio! & Tilton 6,000
Lailue, M. T, 8,020
ImAw, W. N 10i)73
Lafollett, D. M 0.SJ4
IiiiIKirt, Kl SrJjO
LogiiiAD, Baml ..... 6,700
Komertf, IawIh .. 6,83)
LeDrowii, F 5.0S0
IwU,C. II , S7.8C3
(To U eufMliHlod MfHiday.
It waH n prutty lrlehtnri( Heiixlblo
man, a pliymoteti, who mtld of n cer
tain cJmrolUlwt 'it wom dyifiK iff
tlio foot-ancliuiutli dttjuiOj Un
iiiembent Hpont all tltIr tlniv going
about ulking of aoli other.'
TIIOMAH.-Ia ftalem. HpC MUl. W. !
Tb-rtllM, Of IOSMI tttftUOB.
The remain were thta momlw
taken t" Jefrron rltot tlio funoral
occurred at two o'clock i
NEW STOCK OF CLOAKS
AND SEAL PLUSH WRAPS
Direct from tho East, every Rnrnieut having been made to order ftr .
FINE NEW STOCK tV
Dres Goods and Trimmings, Flannels, Blankets; New Stock of Carpels,
Hugs, Porliers, Shades and Laco Cnrlains.
The public nro cordlnlly Invited to lnspoctour mnmmoth slock.
J. M. ROSENBERG & CO.,
Specialties ill Fruits
Dried Peeled Peaches,
Oregon Petit Prunes.
Imported German Prunes,
M. M. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Htiopoti the Mlley, npjolto MIiiId'h I.lv,
cry Stulilf, Bnloni, Ur.
A K'Kjd Initi fmnio Horxo Towiir. flood
for nil iiktwrnnii one to mil cwiwolti'.
All for I hit low price of J1. Cull utlliti l'a
olllo CUlur, VlnKir A I'rult I'ruMtrvlntt
i.4miiiiuii a uiiii'c ntueui, v;nKt)ii
U S, SKIKU-ACO.,
Olllco nwir tho
liy tlic )jtliilfM pn--
FOR SALE or RtNT !
bowk 4 Iwtt burn. Utmi oieiuni j
Mauluv uud lUD aerM 4w Wll. Kill ,
BMUf w cmui. WIIU HOT IWII II WKHini, mm
ttrMiMtaH w run II
ofdrvoltwi that). (' K. It A tatnpiin lur
IU A lianu.111 lur '
Cicmre at Office of Caoital JournaL
Will continue Her School for the en
suing, year at the LITTLE CENTRAL
SCHOOL BUILDING, Cor. Church and
Marion Sis,, beginning
S'l PAUL'S SCHOOL
IB oys a n cl G i r Is.
The msIhhiI StIH iuh'ii on thti 3MI
or H(iititnlnr. 'IikiioukIi Inntrwv
tlmi in tho inliiHu-y und
if 1 1
UT1N' AND EIJ1MKXTS '01'' JIUSIC
TKItMH mid further Inrtirimitloii inn,, lm
hud on iiiipllcHilnn to
1UJV. K II. I'OHT.
Cor. ChPint'kPtii mid HlnleU.
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC!
Miwt HiUTt-wtfnl mIhx)I of iiuiitlo on the
150 STUDENTS LAST YEAR.
rliinu, Oruiri Mlnulnif, Violin.
Hiirtnony, und Oountur-
DIploiniiHon xiniiltlon ot rniirMR.
TwihrHi . M. rnrvln, l'runkln IV
Jontw, UvuCot AilHiil.I,uliiAI.8iiiltli.
I'lrvl tiirni hwlnit ilomlity, KMiitviniwr
ihl, IMM. Maud mr ohIbIou. l'or lurlim
.. M. l'AUVIN,
,MuUwl lilroetor, HnIiii, Or.
(Irndimte HtiidHtilo In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, linsincsH, Law,
It l theoldwt, Ixricwt and Iwtfrt Mrik
lv liHtltutloii of IfturiiliiK In flit) Nortlt-
HtlHMt open II ml Monday In HteiiilMfr.
tttmi U HlUigii to
iiiijn. vfl.i ik.111,
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO,,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
'IXMIfANUMII Wilt OUKOON, WAH1V
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fnlofnutlbin uddrMM u nt ulllwr irf th (iA-
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