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JTVJENINQ " OAPlTAli JOTJBJTAI, .VXIESDAX, SEPTESEBEB fiT. .
2CEW PATTEFTSS IX
FINE SUITINGS LS
MOP SACPCINQ,. BROCHE,
307 Commercial Street.
Ladies shoald see the
and girls. A waist for boys with suspenders on.
- IK -
Yoa an coins to baftd or nrvie any Irtcdof
lzaywreneat, call a the cater fned Jor
.ti.i jfe j-tre eospiete flock, and are
slX to sajsptjaay prepared contract, sewer
work, mOist, tic
Salem Improvement Co.
8CDDE3T Death. On Monday after
noon Price Thorp, of ricajton, com-
DlaXned of severe pains in the abdom
inal region, bat neither be nor hi
friends thought it anything very seri
ous. An hoar later, however, be took
to vomiting, and In a short time was
dead. His trouble la thought to have
been the bursting of a blood vessel, as
be had been in usual good health. De
ceased was a farmer living with bis
mother, and was aged about 45 years.
He was buried on Tuesday.
Wast Theib Pat. A call is out for
meeting of creditors of the Oregon Pa
cific railroad company, including un
paid employes and any one who has a
claim against the road, to be held at
Mill Citv Saturday. Sept. 30th. It is
signed by B. G. Pierce, S. (i. Dike and
B. F. Eddleman, wbo were appointed
a committee for that purpose at a meet
ing held in Gates last Sunday.
Christian Ejtokayob. The Salem
Local Union of C. E. will bo.'d its an
nual business meeting this evening at
7 o'clock in tbe Congregational cburcb.
Officers for the ensuing year will be
elected, and otber matters of business
transacted. Each member should be
in attendance. By order of tbe secre
tary. A Losq Ride. Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Davidson went down to Portland on
their wheel. He came back on tbe
local today, Lot Mrs. Davidson will re
turn on her bike. This Is tbe longest
ride any of Salem's lady bicyclists have
yet made, and Mrs. Davidson should
wear the medal.
Fbexqut Rates. Eugene business
men will attend the meeting of railroad
commissioners In this city next Mon
day to look after their Interests in tbe
matter of frtl.ht rates. It will prob
ably be too much trouble frr tbe bus!
seas men of Salem to go up to the state
A Trial Trot. One of Ihe wide
awake alderman wbo is interested In
the city having an efficient fire depart
ment turned In an alarm last evening.
Tbe boys turned out and made tbe reg
ulation "trot" to the corner of Commer
cial and State streets in one minute.
AT Home Aoai.n. Ml May WII
kins, who has been unavoidably absent
from her dressmaking rooms, is now
back and ready to receive her patrons.
Bae still bas tbe exclusive ageucy of
the New York Tailoring system of cut
ting and fitting.
A Little Off. That is a complaint
sometimes made by people who try
poor eastern cheese, but all wbo eat tbe
famous Utile Xealucca brand sold by
Clark fc Eppley never feel that way.
8U0E3, BuoKt Remember Krausse
Bros. are still leading In foot wear and
having an immense trade, because tbey
carry tbe largest stock an sell at tbe
HiailBiNDBRS. Tbey tuoye like tbe
wind, but If you want au errand done
quickly call on Lock wood's mounted
masifoger. Turn the blue box.
CUT IK Two'. Tbo pricea ou fall bats
at Mrs. & a Reed's. The best IU0
ht ever offered la Salem. Ladies
don't fall to see them. 4t
Social and Bdpfbk, At Cbaunlug
kail, Friday evenlug, Sept. 27th. Hup
pw from 6 to 8; social aud amusements
1 9 to 11. d-2t
AWHVKl). A full new liue of muallu
ttaxkcwMur, Which will be sold at dose
ONLY ollr and a half one of
Ms mpth h& fet worth double
Um intt at Mm. & C Reed's.
JFot JdurjY Might-room cottage In
feast ft!. Iaqutai f Mm. D. L.
: - Diagonals,
AND SHOE "COMPANY,
DeBevoise Waists for boys
PEESOKAL AJTD LOCAL.
Hoa-J.M. Wallace was at Albany
The PoUand exposition opens to
night at 750.
Good goods for the least money at
L. D. Jeseup and J. Gerig, of Iowa,
are guests of Dr. S. R. Jeszupfora
S harper's dairy has gained its reputa
tion for superior milk and cream by
actual service. Ml patrons are pleased.
J. A. Van Eaton, tbe grocer, baa re
turned from his health seeking visit to
the mountains, much improved. Of
course all are glad to see him back but
then bis patrons could not be better
Meals at Strong's tbe best.
Mias Bertha Hubbard has returned
from Helena, Mont
So Hard Times At Krausse Bra?,
as they are selling more shoes than ever
before, owing to their low prices.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Exstham lea far
Turner today, where Mr. Eistbanu
enters upon bUduiIesas school teacher.
Westacott k Irwin are making a
great bit on tbeir meals by supplying
dairy products and vegetables fresh
from tbeir own farm.
Architect Knighton went up to tbe
returm school today. He bascnarge of
tbe improvements being made there.
Moat of our ailments come from a dis
ordered brer which eimmoos Liver
Miss Grace Xeal is tbe new clerk at
the Lvlifci Bazaar of D. W. Fraaer.
Waited. Teams to haul wood. In
quire of C, care Journal office.
Attorney John Bayne was a Portland
Tbe reception tended Rev. Scbulse
and family at tbe South Salem M. E.
church last night was well attended
and enjoyed byalL
Jacob Kloetscb,of Stay ton, was a Sa
lem visitor today.
Take the Oxb Cot Daily and be
A license to wed was today issued to
Lydla Feudrlck and Hyman Wack
C G. LeMasters, editor of tbe Amity
Popgun, was a Salem visitor today.
State Treasurer Phil. Metschan went
to Portland this afternoon
Guy Hirvch went to Portland this
afternoon, and will again make his
home In tbe metropolis.
W. H. Savage and his better half left
this afternoon, to resume tbeir work at
tbe world's fair.
C. D. Gabrielsou Is a Portland visitor
Banker Hirschberg was a Salem vial
tor from Independence this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hachney and son
Frank, of John D-y, wbo have been
the guests of State Treasurer Metscban's
family for a fw days, returned borne
Mrs. C. A. Gray and two children.
George William and Prudence, went
to Portland this afternoon, to visit Mrs.
Gray's mother a few days,
Hon. Geo. E. Chamberlain came
down from Albany this afternoon.
Bloxain, tbe life prisoner
wbo was I
pardoned yesterday, took his departure
today for St. Paul, Minn., where be will
again make his home. It is needless to
say that be is a most happy man, and
sajs he will be what be was before his
mWortune, a good citizen.
Newberg Graphic: Mlsa Laura Ruan
of Balem, wbo U to assist Mrs. Johnson
at tbe boarding ball, fame down one
day last week. Mrs. Cox visited
Salem last week and assisted In a series
of W. C T. U. gospel temperance meet
ings during the state fair.
Corvallis News SopL R. E.M0I
caby, of the O. i Co., with several
perrons from 8a em, baa gone to Ya-
qulna for the purpose of Inspecting the
steamer Willamette Valley, now at ber
clocks. We understand that a large
party from the capital city contemplate
maklug the trip to Baa Francisco by
tbe Vjujulna rorite In tba aar future,
i'UliDTEd OEDIE&SCE KILLED
Tie Cliy Cczseil Holds a Special
Session, aad Cleans Up a Lot
Tbedty ooancil met in adjourned
session kwt evening, with the mayor
and entire eoancil present.
Nameroas claims were presented and
Chairman Hant, of the ways and ,
means committee, returned tbe ordi
nance without recommendation order
ing the city's indebtedness ftrnd by is
aing 59,000 6 per cent, bonds, as con
templated by tbe new city charter
ben bronsht to a vote tbe coaneirSmonMrsie!iDdafpiHer Mt-sEmma
,rww4 . t .rui -.. i kf ih. rr,.-r.r' nohdods Byron r-amh Efiie
stood a tie, and was lost by the
voting in tbe negative.
Klein moved to drop the High street
Improvement "matter, in view "of the
remonstrance filed, bat it was deferred
an til tbe next meeting. On motion of
Hant said remonstrance was ordered
placed on record.
Better light was ordered placed in
Marion square to prevent bad boys from
creating a disturbance there
?t, 'r, rf" T
also ordered made tramp prooL
Chairman Cross reported favorably
upon tbe Alert Hook fc Ladder com-1
pany's proposal. Adopted. The mo -
tlon to rescind the order confining city
fire teams to a trot was lost.
A remonstrance against tbe proposed '
ft.rt ctrsAf fmnmremanf iria nfn. !
-ented and ordered placed on
signed as follews: 1
Mrs. K. 3. Belle, P. B Leabo, Fan-, Tbe Portland Welcome ays: There
nleB. Bicbardsoo, Kate M. Keller, '11 be considerable surpris in society
John G. Wright, Henry Allschlager, circles around town when the announce
Ettie Breyman, Geo. Collins (no grav-meot is read tbe first time that Mrs.
el), Wm. H. Maiden, W. H Byrd Walker, widow of the late W. H
Wra D. Dugan, W. D. Jeffries, L. M. , Walker, in life one of tbe firm of Btaver
Haines, P. J. Larsen, W. G. Wood- j 4 WalKer, was married in Vancouver,
worth, JIanon County, (Hubbard, i Wa.b., on Thursday of this week, to a
judge, Wallace, com.). School district yoath known to his associates as Jack
So. 24 (Wait, Byrd and Wade, direct- Squires. Squires is about 20 years of
or,J. N. Smith, David Workman, ! sge-Ibout tbe age oa Mrs. Walker's
O. M. Smith, M. T. Bineman, Mrs. S. ! oldest son and Mrs. Walker Is some
A. Carpenter, Mrs. H. 3L Wandt, L. f where near 35or3S. Because of the
A Byrd, Si. Paul's Episcopal Church J young man's youth, is it reported, it
(by vestryman), Jtt. A. Jonnson, .sirs.
Barbara D'Arey, Lot L. Pearce, G.
Bearinzer, Mary C. Denhara, Wm.
Feidl, Yeta Friedman, Mrs. G. W.
Webb, C. L. Watt, 1st Presby terian
Church (by trustee), Mrs. 3Iary Jack
son, David Simpson. F. A- Moore, A.
Sloper.C. E. Sloper, German M.E.J
Cburcb (by trustee).
D. F. Wagner asked to be relieved '
from street aseesameuton property that
is not bis. Referred.
Councilman Lafore Introduced an or
dnance with tbe following provision-1
Section 1. All taxes, licenses, assess
ments for street purposes where war
rants In payment therefore have been
drawn on tbe general fund, and all
otber moneys due to tbe city of Salem,
excepting fines, forfeitures, penalties
and costs Imposed by and collected un
der any judgment of tbe recorder's
court or of any other court, shall be
paid in gold coin of the United States
of America or in city warrants of tbe
aty of. Salem, drawn on tbe general
fund of the city of Saiem and endorsed
'not paid for want of funds' providing
that sums not exceeding $10 may be
paid in silver coin of tbe United States
Section 2. Assessments for street im
provements or for tbe construction of
sewers or otber improvements where
tbe sum la payable into a special fund
shall be paid In gold coin of the United
States of America or in warrants of tbe
city of Salem, drawn on sucfi special
fund, provided, however, that sums not
exceeding JlOunay be paid in silver coin
of tbe United States of America.
Section 3. The provision of this or
dinance shall not be deemed to apply-
to tbe payment of the principal or in
terest of tbe Indebtedness of Thomas
Holman to tbe city of Salem, for tbe
purchase of the property of the city of
Salem, sold to said Holman at tbe
southeast corner of State and Liberty
New Cokpokations. Tbe First
Presbyterian church, of Upper Astoria,
today filed articles, as did also tbe Ore
gon Fruit Land Co , of Portland, with
a capital of E,000. '
W. S. McFadden, E-q., went to Sal
em to day to visit his father wbo b
quite sick at the residence of th tatter's
daughter, Mrs. McElroy. The elderly
gentbman had recently returned from
a trip to bis old borne In Pennsylvania
aud tbe World's fair where be bad
been since tbe last of May. On bis re
turn to Oregon be appeared in tbe best
of health, but bai since taken sick.
Mr. McFadden bas many friends who
will hope to bear of bis speedy re
covery. Oorva lis News.
The osly Pure tttaa of Tartar Powder.-NoAmmoaia;NoAUH
Ufta is Uillioes of Horn. 40 Ytorf tfcc fUii
LEIYEE LIST. J
Tbe following letters remaining in
tee Eakm posiofflee Sept. 27, 1SS3, un-
caled for. Those eX for them
pteawsay "advertted-" I
Altmsn W B
Balksy C A
Cox & Johnson
Harries T J
MeCv Mrs Bell
Parker Rev J B
i Beaten Thru
1 Hezle Geo
-mEUX it- x?ys
McCaliOoj R 6
McHobbie W T
BanfciD E A
Simmons Byron rmitn 3ie
West Tom ikidal Ed
Walker 4 Dav Williams M
A. 2f. GILBERT, P. if.
What Do Yon Take
Medicine for? Because von are sick
and" want to eet well, or becaue too
wisb to prevent illness. Then remem-
I ber that Hood's Sarsaparilla CCBES all
S its Droorietora eav but what Hood'e
' Sarsaparilla does, that tells the story
of its merit- Be sure to get Hood's and
! oni? Hood's.
Pnre, TPtbl-TTvl's PfllK
Davis, now a resi-
i 1 " '
' aenl ot Portland, was a balem visitor I
waa noj possible to procure a marriage
license in this county, hence the lovers
re pared to our sister town where
ceremony was performed.
J Pills promote constipation Simmons
L.r itegulator cures constipation.
The Catise of CMdren.
li juuaicuui euicuin lujug JUU41
self don't teach It"
"Nature is of service to man only as
he sees through and beyond her."
"Truly the child can lead us to a
higher life and to a realization of our
'The child of the humblest intelli
gence and the fully awakened genius
are alike benefitted by the system that
"The world today Is moved onward
by the compelling sound of the 'cry of
tbe children' for love and light and life.
"Wbo is tbe more helpful compan
ion, the one wbo overshadows bis
mend witb bis superabundant person
ality, or tbe one who draws out the
Iw-ftpr caIT nf ht friflnri L pvpfv InrnO
Imitators and Impostors.
The unequalled success of Allcock's
Porous Plasters as an external ymedy
bas induced unscrupulous parties U
offer imitations, which they endeavor
tostrll on tbe reputation of Allcock's.
It is an absurdity to speak of them in
the same category- as the genuine por
ous plaster. Tbeir pretensions are un
founded", tbeir vanted merit unsupport
ed by facts, their alleged superiority to
or equalsty with Allcock's a false pre
tense. The ablest medical practitioners and
chemists and thousands of grateful pa
tients unite in declaring Allcoek's Por
ous Plasters the beat external remedy
Beware of Imitations, and do not be
deceived by misrepresentation. Ask
for Allcocks, and let no solicitation or
explanation Induce you to accept a
ORDER NO. 2.
Salem, Ore. Sept. 25,1893
In compliance witb Order No. 30
from headquarters 2nd Regiment In
fantry dated Sept. 16, 1893, Company
"I" will assemble at the Armory Fri
day, SepL 29th. at 8 p. m., for muster
and Inspection by tbe Battalion Com.
mander and R. (mental Adjutau.
All members of tbe Company must
be present at this Inspection.
1st. Lieut. Comdg Co. L
E. B. Hksbv.
1st. Serjeant. 9-25-51
To Trade for Good.
Valuable timber and farming lands
In Lincoln county in tracts of 10 to 160
acres, will trade for general merchan
dise. Address, Peek & Russell,
9-5 lm Yaqulna, Oregon,
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied In bundles of
100, not cut, for sale at this office at
fifteea 1xala bandle. A heavy straw
Notice to Contractors-
Separate eealtd bids for bnckand
Btonefeaadation and basement walls of
a residence for Dr. L. A. Porte will be
received up to 2 p. m. Saturday, Sep
tember 30th. Plans and specifications
eta be seen at the office of W. C.
! Knighton, architect. 9 23-Gd
A. Sor Ce Tor Tvwels.
It appeals from the latest consular
report from Swattnv, in eoethern
China, that amans cotton soods the
( import of towels alone has shown
j any improvement. Bat, the consul
explains this does not imply any in
creased attention to personal cleanli
ness on the part of the inhabitants
of the district, for the towels are
used for clothing. The breadth of
the ordinarr towel being that from
shoulder to shoulder, two sewn to-
wthpr it-in TnV n maK 53vps
j:, n, a -. r.
ttearmholes, .there is none of that
waste of material which 13 especially
repugnant to the Chinamen, and
which the size of his native piece
goods and the fashion of his clothes
conspire to avoid.
i British manufacturers have been
I warned by their agenfe and others
of this frugal tendency of the Chi
nese mind, but the loom designed to
tarn out cloth of the narrow Chi
nese breadths requires as much at
tention as one giving cloth twice as
wide. This leads the consul to sug
gest that the cloth might be woven
so as to be divisible down the center,
so that two pieces of the Chinese
breadth could be woven at the same
loom. So far the remonstrances of
importers have availed chiefly to af
fect the length of the piece. If a
piece 40 yards long will make exact
ly 12 Chines! garments, one a few
inches less will only produce 11
rimilar garments, leaving a useless
remnant. Thus importers who know
their customers have urged that the
piece, though it cannot be woven to
a given inch, should always exceed
the expected length and never fall
short of it. London Times.
A 3HandfT-rt Tinging.
For the first year or two after ar
rival in China the missionary makes
enough mistakes to fill a comic al
manac if only a record of them were
kept. Fortunately for his own com
fort, he rarely realizes what wonder
ful miPtakps he makes, as the China
man surpasses the Frenchman m
; politeness in this respect and wQl re
ceive an astounding statement with
perfect gravity and even repeat the
mistake in his own answer tsiat ihe
foreigner may be kept in a good
humor. Occasionally, though, the
joke is too good to keep, and we all
get the benefit of it
One single gentleman, keeping
house for himself, called his cook to
him and said, as he thought, "I
wish to settle the accounts." He
should have said, "I wish to san
yong," but he said instead. '1 wish
to da yong." The cook stood stilL
making no answer. The missionary,
thinking his servant very stupid, re
peated with great emphasis, "I wish
to da yong." Still the cook hesitated,
putting his hands before bim in a
deprecatory manner, as if toward
off approaching calamity. The mis
sionary by this time was sure some
thing was wrong, that his cook was
a cheat and rogue and was afraid to
settle op his marketing expenses, so
he thundered again the same com
mand, "I want to da yong,'" where
upon the cook stammered, "Da
yong (fight) fight with whoml
Fight with me 1 "What have I doner
New York Independent
An Insenloo Printer.
It requires a great deal of ingenuity
to become a successful printer. BoyB
with printing presses and ambitious
to develop into great printers should
remember this and exercise their in
ventive qualities at every opportu
nity. A story is told of a Prague printer
who got himself out of a very disa
greeable dilemma by the use of his
ingenious mind. He was once called
upon to print a report of the board
of trade of his native city in the two
languages of the country, German
and Czech, and the representatives
of either nationality strenuously de
sired that their tongue should occupy
the first of the parallel rrflnrprtn on
each page. Thewaryprinterirotout
of his dilemma by turning one col
umn upside down throughout the
book and arranging the titles ac
cordingly, so that each language had
a front column on every page. Har
per's Young People.
Ormonde has arrived safely at his Cal
ifornia home and gained weight on the
trip. He has cost his owner $50,000 in
It is not generally known that Direc
tum. 2:07, is owned by John Green, an
old Irishman of Dublin, CaL, who rnada
a fortune in the mines.
y wlr nluUt
Bcld by Buscatt A Vugly).
DON'T GET RUFFLED
By going into these
Fake Clothing Stores
Bnt come at once to the Old
Reliable Woolen Mill Store
where you are sure lo get your
YJOQWE PUU STQKS,
GOOD LUCK TO YOU
Good IneJc to you aod rood leek It wQl
x -jo trttxy ne woo tie sar&ntiga or oci
SCHOOL BOOK SALE.
Neither a borae-tboeor txjr leal dovere&n
orine yoa uch opportmUUu. See Uuu
roar ealldrra co to tbe State nreei book
m viore xor icetr ecnooi tnpplie.
Boolcsellers and Stationers,!
98 STATE STKEET.
E. X. WAITE PBDiTDfG CO ,
BOOR AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blank Publishers.
Bc&b'a .ewBrfekvover the bank, Coail ctrect.
8 A LEM, OBJEGOIT.
Bates, $io0 to $5.00 per Day
The best bote! between Portland aid Bos
Franc! mo. Fmt-daca In all lu appointment.
1U tables are terrcd with tha
Grows In tba WlUameUa Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
OPENS SEPTEMBER 27
L1BERATTS CELEBRATED MILITM BIfl
WILL FURNISH THK HI 8IO.
A WORLD OF MECHANICS IW WXIATTTEE.
THE SPECIAL FEATTTKE8 WILL ECLUBE 7HOSK OF SXX FB1TV10CH TEAE.
MADAME GIRARD GYER'S PRISMATIC FOUNTAIN
Cosstmcted at a cost ot JlOTOand tnrowlucatbcutandjeisol water in all tbe colon of tb
rainbow win beanllfy Jco&lc Bait.
Oontalslsz flih oC all -varieties lonnd Is Oregon
THE ART GABZEBY,
A in contain a collection of palntlccs selected rrom tb World's Fair. Amour them tS
burg's celebrated palntlnc Outer's Last Flehu To Tislt this neat Exposition and t
wonders In every department of Art and fraent,wlllb next thine to a Tint lo lb vtortas
Fair at Chicago.
HEDUCfcJJ UATE3 ON ALL TRANSPORTATION LINKS.
For further Information address
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Latest Improved Good
N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Sts.
SPEAKING OF JACKETS
We want to remind yoa that we have an ejant line of tbem this fall, and art
selling tbem at prices to suit tbe times. " ,
Our 15.00 far trimmed Jacket la a bataty, as are oar fS.00 and 16.00 plaia
ones for ladles and missea. ioO
If you want a better Jacket, we have a beautiful line at W.5Q, $10-00, fl-
and $15.00. We can aave you money on
We have about nix doses Kdlea and miase Iodr doaka, left over from 1
r. Tbey are a No-1 garments and in Roe condltloa Being out of tjw "
will sell tbem at any pri
zb22te.Eaa Ynsdaro, Calx&rsU, vbtrt
coatracafbradTcrUiiEze&a lmCt Sat li
fclndi on ttleai OS Liberty itrKi.
OS above WllUamt & Ksgiasd! "
Saltxn. Groven taTtted to ealL
9 IMf H. a WHTTNAS, Ajt.
DETECTIVE AND WLLOTLNG BUREAU
SALEM, - Oragon
Prlrale work a tpecUIty.
a B. CLEMENT. Harjjtr.
Manntartnre Standard Preved Brick,
Molded Brick tn all Pattern for rlraU
and rapply tbe brick tor tbe XewStCtadtr
Hall and nearly all tbe Oca boUd no ertcttd
In tbe Capital City.
Yard near Penitentiary. Salem. Or. litr
P. J. LAJRSET & CO.,
Manufacturer of Wagons, Car
Rpolrlne a Specialty.
Bbop 43 SUit street
Connecting and Primary Qane opes
Mondaj, Sept. 25th,
Oar. Court and liberty streets, opposite opsa
For teacben and mothers win beets October
3d. at the tame place.
For particulars apply to
Mrs. P. S. Kmght,
CLOSES OCTOBER 28
waterahaTe bees constructed at treat eipffi
T A T-T-WtNT-
Sopertntendeat and Secretary.
and Loweat Prices.
yoar fall purchase. Trynaandt"
BROTHERS & CO.