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- - POINTS.
We have the largest and
finest fltook of Watches, Dia
monds; Jewelry, Solid and
Plntcd Silverware in the city.
Wo also have a fino lino of im
ported Cut Glass of the high
est crude. Silver novelties of
all kinds, at prices that defy
competition for first-class goods
Alt oods guaranteed as re pre
sented Give us a call and bo
Just for a Flyer,
Wo will sell Genuine Im
ported Pearl Opera Glasses ior
84. Fino line of
Ladies' Purses, 2
in Qoiirno BdtMesnako. Soil
and Alligator kins. Special
drives on lidie' solid gold
S,W, Thompson Co,
'Altona and Ramona
Portland, 6:45 a m, 9oo a. m.
h.Uem. 7Mf a. m.
Independence, 6130 a. m.
tyl'reight received up'to 10 p. in. JEJ
Quick time, regular service and cheap
M. P. DALDWIN,
Miss Llda Parrib returned to Tori
Mrs. J. O, Los baa returned from a
visit In Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Condlt nre
home from their visit In Portland.
Mioses Anna nnd Jennio Andorioo
went to Turner today for a abort visit.
Miss Grace McHarguo. of Browns.
ville, Is the guest of Miss Iloao Wood
Miss Anna Aldcrsou, of Portland, is
visiting relatives here, being tlio guest
of Miss Lena Boyal.
The Old Folka' Whist club will
watoli tbo old year out at tbo borne of
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Wright tonight.
Mrs. G. B, Dorrls.of Eugne,roturned
homo today, aftor n tow days' visit
with ber daughter, Mrs. H, H. Th6rnp
Miss Mubel Brebaut, formally a
teacher In tbo public schools here, is
up from Portland, wbero she Is a
teacher in a buslntst college.
Misses Iva Glass and Mattle Bwan
went to Portland today to attend the
stnto teachers institute. Tney are
residents of Crawfordsvllle, and huve
oeen ylsitlug 0. P. Bishop in this city.
This evening Miss Carrie Campbell
will entertain a number of ber friendi
at ber home, 884 Center street. A
number of invitations have been given
out and the young folks propoio to
wutuh the old year out and tho now
Tho gentlemen members of tbo Y.
M. C. A. will recolvo their lady friends
ut the uitfoulullou rooms from 2:30 to 0
l 111. New Yjut'n duy. Elaborate
repartitions have been made for
pleasantly entertaining all members
MARION COURT HOUSE.
County Business of Public Interest
NEW SOHOOli Heuse:
A special tax will be levied to build
a new school bouse in tho Cranston-
Hibbard district No. SO, to cost about
was allowed and couflrmod today in
the cstato of rjarah A. Austin, de.
ceased, James A. Austin, administrator.
Morcom and Johnson, attorneys.
The Nbw Yeak's Journal will bo
Issued tomorrow at 4 o'clock a doublo
number aud will contain u Rhowlng of
county fluances nnd Bonio financial
atatlsticcs of great luterest to tho
TWO NEW BUJT3.
Complalutsln two now suits were
filed with the county clerk yesterday
la one Mary F. titroug Is tho plulutlfT
nnd George Herreu, et nl., tbo defend
ant, and In tbo other tho parties are
Jerome G.GIngrloh vs.Cbrlstlan Kurtz.
Permits haye been Issued slnco last
roport to F. A. Vantress and Emma
Commons, J. S. Wright, witness;
Bslpb D. Gibson nnd Allco Belle
Moore, Fred A. Molutyro, wltuoss;
C. W. Burner aud Ida Downing,
R isooe Laugley, witness; Frank Klopt
an I Mary Bjohsler, J ibn Kaufman,
Dr. H.O. Coley, of Hubbard Is under
a'rest for practicing without llccnso at
taat place. Ho hung cut bis ablnglo
about three mouths ago nud has been
doing quite u business. Ho was brought
to galem by Deputy HborllT Cooper
Monday evening nnd placed in jail.
J He bud a hearing before Justlco John
son at 1 p. in.
New York Bankero.
New Yokk, Dee, 81. Tbo bankers
cf tblsctty in close touch wltb tbe ad
ministration, express tbo opinion that
the announcement regarding tbo gov.
(rtimetit bond Issue will be made not
later titan Thusdny. Tho details of tbo
contract wltb tbo syndicate will closely
cooform to those of tho previous Issue.
Tbo loan Is expected to be for $100,000,
000 wltb tbo option of nti additional
(100,000. Tbo arrangements 'do not
provide for any guarantee by tho
syndicate as in tbo last issue.
Formal applications for nlotmonta of
the loan are being recolveu louuy by
J. P. Morgan & Co., who announce
that no applications will be received
after .1 p. m.
Bucklen'a Arnica Salvo.
The best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains,
nnd nil Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Flics or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
five perfect satisfaction or money rcfundc d
'rice 25 cents n box. For sale by Fred A.
Will soon be here, Before it 1
makes its appearance we are ury desirous of closing put us much of our fall and wlntn eoods at rw.r.n
well as nil other goodi. lleforc annual stock taktng we have started a rouble, M
Making a reduction on all goods.
We have a large lot of remnants, marked at very low figurei. Call before all arc gone.
Yourself and family to tako tbo Best
Meal of tbo Year, served at Btrong'n
JtoMtiiumnt 011 New Vear'a Day. Ah
Usual, nuly 25 cents.
.I'V.mo DavIs la borne from Yaqulna.
Dr, Ilotiscr returned from Albany to
Iluv. II. L. Barkloy returned to
V. G. Hunter returned to Island
City this afternoon.
A. I. Wagner nnd E. O. Herren went
to Portland this utteruoon.
Bey, P. C. llotzlco wua n rmssongor
to Portland on the Balom local this
Herbert J, Campbell Is homo frrm
MoMltinvIllo and will spend New
Years with bis paronta In this city.
John Robertsou returned homo to
day from Iloeburg wbero ho attonded
n meetlug In tbe luterest of tbo soldiers
V. II. Downing went to Oakland
today to Join Mrs. Dowulug aud
children who aro visiting Mrs. Dowu
lug'aelBterlu that city.
H. T, Jobusuu, Southern Paclflo
ngentat Jefleraon, latu tho city nt tho
bedsldo of bis father, ,11. A. Jjbuaou,
Br., who la seriously HI with beart
disease. His condition has not changed
puy since Monday uvoutng.
The rapidly Increasing number of
accounts aud tbo difficult way of keep,
lug record and collecting tbo sauio
nucebsltutea us to adopt tbo oasb sys
tem, and from Juuuary 1, uext, all
iiackugus tuusi be paid for when de
livered, do far as insuy of our cus
turners aro uoncerued wo regret to be
obliged to adopt this plau, but oa wo
cauuot dUcrlmluato wo trust thoy will
npnrcclilo our posltlou,
N. B, For ttio convenience of cus
tomers wo will have coupon books lu
deuoiuluutiona or 2, HI, J5 aud $10
which may bo liud at our ofllce, or
from the Uilverutu discount of 5 per
cout. These can be left at homo aim
Vt'houu buudle is delivered tbe proper
amount of coupons may be torn out,
TjIBtiAl.KM HTEAM LaUNDHY
NEW Ykak' Dav. Buslucss bouses
gonorally will close at noon tomorrow
and all banks aud publtu olllcca will
ha closed durlug the day. The New
Year's Jouhnai, will be Istued ut tbe
tisuul biuir tomorrow evening.
BU'IU J 1111 iJ J UU
Grand Clean Up Sale
let nil wuol ladles cloth 36 Inch 30c,
llett all wool ladies cloth So Inch 45c,
licit all wool ladles cloth 58 inch 05c.
Fine German flannels 35c per yard,
Fine French flannels 50c per yard,
54 inch twilled broadcloth 85c per yard,
17 Inoh storm cheviots 55c per yard.
5 1 inch heavy plaid 57 e per yard.
43 mm uoucics 55c per yarn,
40 men camur nai
- 3S inch all wool su
$1 7j a suit boys suits, latest styles,
H.50 Jq odd ccol. aruV'vcjrtf, Frock
worth 6 10 8.
Heavy cheviot suits. Worth $7 and $3 .
58,50 All our line $10 suits,
I9.75 line black clay worsted suits.
' WILLIS UKOS. & CO.,
The Cash Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe
JToTiie. Court and Uttttty.
suitings 37jc per yard.
I.nFOHMAL, dinnkh pxuty,
On Baturday Mr. aud Mrs. D.
Junk, of No. 623 Court street, gave nu
Informal dinner to a few intimate
frieuds,IAn elegant repast was onjoyed,
and tbe Inspection of Mrs. Juuk's
studio was one of tbo ploasant features.
Those presont wero Mr. aud Mrs. D.
P. Junk, Mr. aud Mrs. B. B. Flem
mlng, Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Blddoll,
Mrs. Archie McGIII, Mrs. Irish, Mr.
N. McDonald, Miss Bertha and Master
Wednesday night, tbo 11 rat night of
tbo now year, will bo pleasantly
marked by tbe appcaranco at tbo Reed
or 1110 Aramentt concert company,
whoso porformanco Is tbo fourth of the
Y. M. O. A. star coureo of entertain
ments. The program Is entirely
musical, and no doubt will bo most
Tbo climax of the years festivities
will be readied tonight wltb tbe opon
logoftbo Forester's ball at the Reed.
Previous to the grand march Parson's
orchestra will ronder a well selected
program. Tboro Is every prospect that
this will be tbo most enjoyable event of
the social season.
THE ATTOLLO OMJIf.
Members of tbo Attollo club and a
large number or Invited guests will ba
entortalued at tho borne of Mrs. Ida
Babcock, No, 305 North Commercial
btreot, tonight, aud no doubt tbe merry
makers will await tbe coming ot tbo
now year ere departing for their homes.
A Fine Program.
Tho orchestra will tonight render tho
following splendid ooucert program
proylous to the graud march:
March, "National Fouclblea". Bousa
Overture, "Arouud tbe Metropolis''
Characteristic Piece, "Darbies' Ju
bilee . Hlndley
Concert Valse, Bpaulsb . Thielo
Bolectlon . . Tobanl
Clarionet solo, selected Cbas. Boss
Wbero can you bear more nnd bettor
uiualo for 23 cents?
Farewell O.d Typos.
This edition of Tiik Journal Is tbo
last printed with tho old type, which
tbo present publishers found In tho
ofllce wbeu they took charge six years
ago. After this paper Js printed these
types, that bavo Borved so long aud
faithfully, will bo "dumped Into the
hollbox," as (.ho printer saycth.
Farewoll, eld types, you bavo gos
sipped not n little, told some truth, nud
lied a great deal, without doubt. You
bavo ushered many n child into this
world and kept many u soul out of It,
You hayo recorded tno murrlugo vows
of thousands, tho divorce decrees of
too many, nnd the family dfilcultiea ot
not a few.
Tho doings of a naughty world, yet
tilled wltb muuy good people, bavo
taken much of your work. Your faces
have been worn down with tolling the
follloa of statesmen. Your l's have
been knocked out with tho folllca of
tbe editor. Your t's bavo lost their
crosses telling tales to thousands. You
have earned a rest. Farewell, old
types. May your futuro bo moro
bright, and your Hues cast In moro
The Journal New Years day will
appear In printer's parlauco, in "u uew
dress," Otherwlso there will bo no
change at prose ut.
Mitchell on Wool.
Washington. Duo 31. Iu a speech
In tbe senalo today Benator Mitchell
declarod that no Industry bad received
such staggering nud deadly legislative
blow as that Inflicted upon tbe wool
Industry by tbo Wilson turlll act. It
drained from tbo United Btatcs within
tbe last year, 85,000 000 lu gold to pay
for forelgu wool. Uuleea this legisla
tion was changed, tho sheep ludustry
of tbo Paclflo coast would bo nnulh-latod.
Ukiaii. Dec. 31. Tbo stage running
between this city nnd Hauls, Hum
boldt couuty, was robbed this morning
at 0:80 o'clock by a masked highway
man The hold-up occurred ten inllrs
north ot this city. Wells Fargo's
treasure box was taken, also rbe reg
istered mall package. Tbe amount of
plundor registered Is unknown.
Cure for Headache
As a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Hitters has proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent cure nnd the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches yields
to its Influence. We urge all wno nre afflicted
to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a.
fair trial. In cases of habitual constipation
Electric Hitters cures by giving the needed
tone to the bowels, nnd fow cases long resist
the use ol this medicine. Try it once. Fifty
cents and $1 oo nt Fred A, Legg'sUrug Store.
We have some left and will make great sacrifices to close them out. Seventy-five pairs
$5.50, (or one week $2,50.
of ladies' hand-turned Frencli Kid Shoes wouj,
On Wednesday we will offer some great
. .,,,... M. JW btllk tMHJ,
values in underwear in ladles' and children's, and we will nlo offer a lot ofodds ami endj
On Thursday we will etvc vou towels at a rldlculoui law mire.
On Friday we will sell blankets and quilts nt great reductions.
Dear these dates in mind and get bargains.
The Buds Accept with great
pleasure tbo oballongo of tbo "Yallers"
to play n match game of baseball, and
beg to assure tbnm, that tbo report
they beard that tbe Turkoy Bods were
ahead 1b correot In overy partlo ular
Jos. H. Albert, captain.
M. & E. H. STOCK
KEGULATOI.S OF LOW
Pit !C liS.
US STATE STREET
Foil Nmv Bids. Tho revised plaua
for tbo now woolen mills aro now cou
pleted together with specifications, and
may be examined at tbe oftloo of Arch
itect Pugu In tho Tioga block. Bids
on tho construction of tho mill are
hereby Invited and all bids received In
this behalf will be duly opened at 3
o'clock on Thursday, Jauuary 2d, tho
I'homas Kay Woolen Mill company re
serving tbe right to rJect any aud all
Received today a quantity of fruit put up m
2quaft glass jarsv"Mason'sf This is solid,
packed, not much juice, with a heavy fruit
syrup, and was canned in Marion county
In the assortment can be found Royal Anne
cherries, pitted currants, peach plums, red
raspberries, gooseberries, strawberries, KenV
ish cherries, wild blackberries. Price for
any of the above, 30c for l2gallon jar.
P, O, Grocery, HARRITT LAWRENCE
There will ben meeting of the stockholders
of the Thomas Kay Woolen Mill Company
held In their ofrlce in Salem, (Jr., Friday
January 3 1896. at the hour of2 o'clock p. m,
or the purpose of considering the question of
iucreasing the Capital Stock of the Company
to $100,000 by order of the president.
K II COSHOW
By no MBANB-sbould you fall to
attend tbe Forester's ball tonight. At
tho Beed tonight, with Parson's
orchestra to supply tbe music, H can
uot but be well worth tbe price of
tickets, which Is (1, tiallery for, spec
tators. 25 ceuU.
Rheumatism Auaa Riot.
When there is lactic acid in the blood.
Liniment and lotion will be of no nemuuent
benefit. A cure can be accomplished oulv br
.neutralising this acid and for this purpose
noou.' siuaparllia is the best medicine be.
cause HooJ.s Sarsaparllla is the only true
blood purifier prominently in the public eye.
Hood's Pills become tho favorite cathartic
with every one who tries them, 35 cents.
QRBAT OUT ON OANDY.
Golden & tinrauue have-sut the Drlce
if ohoica frenti French creams, f 1 box
ror 750 ; 6O0 box for 33c Plain aud rib
bon tulxtd. all fresh made. 4 nouuda
for 25c. titato street confeollouers.
COMMNAAION OIL CURE CO., foi
cancer and all malignant diseases. We cure
cancer, old ulcers, piles, tumors, fistula
sciatic rheumatism, catanh and minor disease.
We have a combination oil which is working
wonder. Address, II. Hkckman,
Box 169. Traveling Agent, Eugene, Or.
FOUND On the Silverton Salem stage
route, a ladies' ptirse, containing a sum of
money. Owner can have same by proving
property. Inquire of Silverton stage driver,
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
,40 Yean the StandanL.
It Is awful bard to own a balky bors
and bo a Christian nt tbo muuo timo.
To jog or uot to jotbiit Is tho ques
tion. Wol), you know bow It is your
Theory is good, but practico boats it
when it comes to inllo beats, best thrcoin
A horao, llko a person, Is handicapped
to n certain extent throughout lifo by an
Tho farmor brooder who cuts short the
food supply of bis colts Is taking money
from his own pockets.
rlow to Cure Collo lu Uoiim.
A euro nnd siccdy euro for collo in
borsca is mado of 8 ounces spirits of tu
pentino nnd nn. ounco of laudanum. Put
this mixturo into a bottlo containing
half a pint of warm water and pour it
down tbo animal's throat. This is said
to bo nu cseellont remedy nlso for human
boiiigs, tbo doso for an adult being one
to two tcaspoonsfnls, according to tbi
exigencies of tbocaso. For childron or
Invalids tho doso should bo reduced.
Tako in warm watrr
Tho DIQVrcncB Slight.
"What's this?" doraandod tbo gaost,
polntiug to ono of tbo Bido dishes tbe
waiter bad brought
"Snusnges, sir, " ausworcd tbo waiter.
"I didn't ordor any."
"I thought you did, sir."
"I ordered sauce Can't you toll tho
dlfferouco botwoon sauco nnd sausages?"
"Yes, sir," said tho waiter, gather
ing up tbo rojectod dish with unruffled
diguity. "Between sauco aud sausages
thoro is uieroly a difforonco of ages.
Wish coffeo, sir?" Chicago Trlbuns.
A Strntstit Shot.
Tbo young man was making him
self us disryjreenblo ns u man could
who didn't know any bottor, and sho
was hoping tho house would fall on
him or something.
"Somo women." ho said in tho
course of hia remarks, "aro pleased
by n brainless youth with a hand
"Yes," sho replied wearily, "hut
I'm exiro that dnosm't npply in your
"I hopu in.i," ho dtdd conceitedly.
"Oh, no! tlio murmured, "for you
haven't a lmtidaouu faeo." Dotroiil
The Best Goods
and Lowest Prices
Wednesday, Jan. 1.
COM PAN Y-
OP N- Y-
Fourlh entertainment of the V, M. C. A.
Mme. Julia Aramentl. soprano.
Miss Cella Schiller, pianist.
Mr. Chas. F. Biggins, Violinist.
ADMISSION so CENTS.
Como and sec for yourselves.
VIOOYiEll IIMiU STORE
The Willamette Hotel.
LEADING HOTEL OK THE CITY.
Beduced rates. Management liberal. Electrlo cars leave hotel for all pub
lo nulldlngs and polnta of interest. Hpeolal rates will bo givon to permanent
A. I. WAGNER,
A FARM To rent on easy terms, enquire
one block west of North Salem school, H. B.
LOST, A heavy Ivory headed hickory cane
bearim? the liucnnllon of the onnm mm.
"A 1. Taylor Oakland. Cal." Finder
please leave at Journal office. i;-23-3t
iST BE SOLD !
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE
E. C, Hansen, Manager.
Only good horses used.
back of State Insurance block.
J C. GOODALE,
STREET, NEAR DEPOT
All gradea and dlmenalona of Buldlng Lumber. Largest atoob and Lowest
P"OBft' J E BAKEB. Manager.
When Italy was sick, vre cava har Caitorla.
When she was a QhlU, sho cril for Castoria.
When tho became Miss sio dung to GutorU.
Wasa tho hvt Children, ie gate them CastorU,
Prices no object. Many attractive
and useful Holiday Goods still In
stock. Silk Handkerchiefs, silk
mufflers, silk mittens, linen handker
chiefs plain and embrolderied, um
brellas, hosiery, underwear, &c.
Kemcmber, prices na object
Condition powders, liniments, heal
ing lotions and ointments, blistering oint.
meats, purgative pills and colic medicines al
ways on band as cheap as elsewhere
W. C. MITCHELL.
Graduate of Ont, Vet. College, Toronto.
o.0J?CCon,l'1 Despetjwry at Red Front jj
Stable, Salem, Oregon.
307 COMMERCIAL STREET,
FOUND.On Trade street a key. Owner
call at Journal office, 1 2.26.31
Commercial Street, Corner Slates
The Capital Printing Company hu r"
moved to that location. Call 01 us.
J. H. HAAS,
wirnHvivvn akh jewEI Elt.
lrVa o .nMl.Hu a ITitiA nndfp Voik. Wi
iiramm cioz, ew., sio(uornmrviii !'
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