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Daly Capital Journal.
BY HOFBR 13ROTHIEKS
TUESDAY, AUGUST i', 1800.
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Alton a and Kamona
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roribnJ. 6-45 a. m
Salim 7 a. m., rxcepi Sunday
pulck lime, iqnilu crvic- and clir.lp
. ..ifnU's ...
M. I'. IIAI.DWJN,
rs tsm kyKA &s ? ' s "
of any $1,00
$1,25 or $1,50
J, J, Dalrymple Co
Arthur Wilson Is homo from !Now
port. AiTownscnd Is home from New
port. C. II. Lane wont to Portland this
Dr. mid Mrs. M.S. Skill aro homo
II. .7. OMenhelmor returned today
1'rof. ISmll Winkler has roturncd
Gideon Stolz. was a rortland busi
ness visitor today.
Dr. D. A. Pulnu and family returned
today from Newport.
CarlS. Nlckllu today wont to Port
land on a business trip.
Ed C. Ilerrcn went to Eugene this
Floyd Dayton returned today from
n ton days outing at Newport.
Mrs. C. P. lilshop, mid son Hoy, aro
visiting McMlniivllle relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. .1. A. Richardson have
roturncd from mi outing at Woods.
Miss Klllo Vundcrpool, of Sodavllle,
Is tlio guest or Miss Jessie (Jrolghton.
A. P. Wlllard, tliu blacksmith, went
to Portland this morning on business.
Secretary or State II. It. Klncald
camodown from Kugono this after
noon. Mrs. M. J. Matson was among the
Balcmltcs rotiirnliiK today from Now
port. Fred. Ncckermau and JohinCohvell
niiido u business trip to Gcrvals this
Miss Esther Robertson and Mrs.
Jlolhfos went to Portland this morn-
ltK for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Chun. A. Murphy re
turned Into last evening from a two
weeks visit in Astoria.
John Ilolmau, Supt. of the Albany
Iron Works cumo up from Portland
on the Roseburg mall tills morning.
Go. Ituef and family of Stiver, are
In the city, guests under the parental
roof of Julius Ruof on the Garden
Mrs. Dr. J. L. Kill, who has been
visiting Salem friends for several days,
left this morning for her Portland
Mrs. J. J. -Murphy and grandson,
Paul Glesy, went to .Portland this
Dr. D. S. Jeffries leaves for Ncsko
wln Wednesday evening or Thursday
Buy the BestC
Wc sell the "Albert", fast black
and tan hosiery.
Porters Kid Gloves,
SaJkr Lcwen & Co. and Chas.
JC Fox's ladles' fine shoes.
Lewis A. Crocsett's men's fine
"Little Giant" sclxol shoes,
.Willis Bros. & Co.
Court and Liberty.
Jflio Jrtsli Dry Jtfoods, 'Clotlilnglnid
Some choice tiling In now
bladk floured novelties now
Fine lino lot C0-ecnt mix
tures In newest shadlmrs,
tm and very best values.
n'Bt Suit, niilterns In nil tlio
Intest effects. The 8.'0line
of silk and wool are leaders.
Separate skirts. Only four
remaining. Sold at cut prices
to clean out the Hue. Style
and lit guaranteed.
10c; nil 75c ones iOc; all bal- L
ii rice up to l.ft0 7."k r
T HnlrTfapcnn 91
m i . i iwivl.1 juii. u
morriliu mid will accompany bis
Land Airont T. W. Davenport left
today for the Alsea country, via Inde
pendence and Plillomath to look after
W. K.Scott, who has been the guest
of his brother, Engineer David Scott
Sr., returned this morning to his
home at Portland.
Miss Kittle Ilarbord arrived In
Salem at 3 o'clock this morning from
Neskowln after a pleasant outing of
two weeks duration.
S. II. Friendly, an enterprising
merchant of Eugene, came up from
Portland last evening going on to
Eugene this morning.
J. Rohan left this morning In re
sponse to a letter from A. Mason, for
Goble where ho will bo employed on
the mil road for several weeks.
Mrs. Ira H. Allen came up from Port
laud last evening, and will spend
about three weeks at the home of her
parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. Uowcrsox.
Mrs. James Ilcnnle and daughter
went to Portland this afternoon to
attend tlio funeral of her uncle, Sur
veyor General J. C Arnold, who died
Prof. "W. U. Iluwloy and Scott Do-
zorth havo returned from Helena,
Montana, whero they attended a
meeting of the head camp, W. of w.
Mr. and Mrs. Singleton, Hot. and
Mrs. Win. Hoblnson, of Tumor, and
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Holton, matron at
the orphan's home, returned Monday
fiom uti outing at Fish lake.
Dun. J. Fry, tlio druggist, will lcavo
tomorrow evening for Neskowln whero
ho wjll spend a few days and return
home accompanied by his family who
have spent tlio summer there.
Miss Ilauuah Scott, who recently
graduated from tlio Good Samaritan
hospital at Portland as a trained
nurse, Is now making her homo with
her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. David
Scott Sr., corner of Center and High
F. J. Keriiiin, who has boon looking
over tlio Wlllainetto v alloy for sovornl
weeks, loft for his homo at Wesley,
Iowa, this afternoon. Mr. Kcrnmi
expressed himself as highly pleased
with Oregon and It Is likely ho will
becomo mi Orcgonlau next spring.
Railway Imimiovkmrnts. Tlio
work of repairing the lino of tlio Sa
lem Consolidated Street Railway Co.
from tlio corner of Chcincketa mid
Fourteenth streets to tlio Willmuottc
hotel, Is rapidly ncarlng completion.
Archie Mason's force of men wore to
day busy repairing that part of the
track at Rush's corner, the narrow
rails being replaced with broador mils
and new ties taking the place of the
old nues. The track is being planked
from Gray Pros, corner to the Hotel
Willamette. When that imrt of the
lino has been repaired, the force of
men will devote considerable time to
the track between tlio old power hotiso
on East State street mid the state
penitentiary. When completed tlio
repairs will havo boon tlio-most sub
stantial that havo been made for some
time mid the excellent service of this
company will bo more appreciated
Nkahly an acciuknt. This morn
ing, while adjusting the trolley of the
depot car, Walter Johnson, iinoinployo
of the Salem Consolidated Street Hall
way Company, cumo near being hurt.
Tlio trolley ropo had becomo wrapped
around the gong on tho roof of the
car, mid in attempting to loose n ine
rope, Mr. Johnson pulled tho gong,
which was attached to a huge pleco "fU'sUvorton,' Sundiiv, August 23, 1800, i
hard wood, loose Tho movement off to Mr. and Mrs. "Henry DeGuIre, w i
tho. ropo pulled tho gong off the daughter.
tho ropo pulled tho gong
roof of tho car, mid it foil, striking
Mr. Johnson a fearful blow on tho
right arm. The gong attached to tho
wood, weighed fully 23 pounds, and
had it struck Mr. Johnson in theaco,
would undoubtedly havo bruised It
A GRAND ARMY SURPRISE.
Comrade J. II. Smith's S5l Ultlhday
Last evening u strong contingent of
Salem's patriotic veterans and fami
lies, headed sby Department Com
mander D. C. Sherman gave J. II.
Smith mid ramlly n grand surprise nt
their homo in Yew Park. The oc
casion was the advent of Comrado
Smith's 63th birthday, and he was
taken nbsolutelv unaware'. The
friends brought well-filled baskets and
enjoyed a pleasant evening talking,
playing jokes and games, eating and
making merry In Innumerable ways.
Among those present were the follow
Ing: Mr. and Mrs. A. F. McAtec,
Judge and Mrs. Jas Hatchclor, Mr.
and Mrs. S. E.rHoward, Mr. mid Mrs.
J. Q. Rarnes, Mr. and Mrs. John
Knight, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Prescott,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ross, Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Drager, Sir. and Mrs. D.
W. Matthews, Dr. and Mrs. B. II.
Rradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. South
wick, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sherman,
Mr. mid Mrs. J. II. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Sperry, Capt. D. C. Howard,
Mrs. Lou Smith, Mrs. E. L. Brlggs,
Mrs. Lucia Crosslin, Miss Alice Cros
sen, Mr. Arno Crossed, Mr. W. J.
Culver, Mr J. W. McCulloch, Miss
Cecil McCulloch, Miss Lillian Hob-
kirk. Miss Flora Hobklrk, Miss Stella
Sherman, Miss Lottn Sherman, Miss
Bessie Sherman, Miss Helen Copeland,
Miss Llnnlc Lewis, Mr. Fred T.
Rktuknkd Home. Newt. Ferrcll
and Elmer White returned early tills
morning from a trip lothclrclalms on
the upper Santlam In the vicinity of
Detroit. After spending a fow days
on their claims they proceeded to the
Meadows and the Hot Springs on the
Breltciibush where they remained n
few days and returned homo. The
gentlemen were absent from Salem
about ton days during which time
they killed two deer and got two
bears which they "did not get." After
lllllng tho "bars' with shot the men
tracked them for several hours but
wcic unable to capture them. They
report a most onjoyabletrlp.
A Fhateunal Visit. Last even
ing, a number of the meinbeis of the
Degree of Honor, A. O. U. W., of
Salem, mado a fraternal visit to Wll
lainetto Lodge, No. 45, of Independ
ence. They report a most enjoyablo
evening, and greatly enjoyed the rldo
homo by moonlight, reaching Salem
about 1 o'clock this morning. Those
going were: Mrs. C. M. Ilolmau, Mrs.
Ed. Bailey, Mrs. James Ronnie, Mrs.
W. J. Polloy, Mrs. Wm. R. Anderson,
Mrs. John Darr, Mrs. Cora Secly, and
Miss Minnie Anderson. Tho ladles
wcro accompanied on tho trip by
Messrs. R. E. Ilolmau and Gldcoit
Committee Meetino. W. G. Wcs
tacott and John Jory, delegates from
tho Democratic and Populist parties,
respectively, went to Portland this
morning where tho state central com
mittees of thoso parties will meet In
conjunction with the free silver stato
central committee, to devise ways and
means whereby a suitable olectoral
ticket may bo placed In the Held that
will Insuro perfect fusion.
Anyone Lost a Cloak? Tho
whereabouts of a woman cloak, of a
yellowish color, supposed to have been
stolon, havo boon ascertained, and
anyone having lost such an article
can obtain the samo by calling at
Two Certificates. County Super
intendent Geo. W. Jones yesterday
granted two third grade certificates to
teachers from Multnomah county, viz:
Clam Diiinmcrand F. S. Hallock.both
of whom teach In this county.
Full Citizen. Norman McLeod,
late subject of Queen Victoria, today
tiled his Until citizenship papors with
County Clerk Eltleu.
Contkaut Let. The bid of Welch
Bros,, for building tho state fair poul
try house, having been tho lowest,
was yesterday, accepted in modified
form. A contract was closed.
Home Peaches. Tho best penches
that have come to Salem this year are
tho homo product. T. B. Jones, of
Mission Bottom has brought In some
lino ones this week.
Three Notaries. Today Secret
ary Klncald issued notarial commis
sions to Potor W. Mess, of Mt. Angel;
J.M.Long mid II. M. Carlock,of Port
UKGUIUE. At tho family homo In1
To the Taxpayers of Morion County.
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Tho county board of equalization
W,.Il.,i0,J,,, lX ?Xl(?iK a,mV AK-,
USt 31, 1800, niUl Will 00 III SeSSlOn 8lX
consecutivo days. D. D. CofToy,
county assessor. d&w '
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Having Hoe Cake boap in
InfMiort Urtih nnn.
ITHE DAILY OREGONIAN
After Falsely Slandering and
DAVID BURR CHASE OF SALEM
Rofuses to Do Him Justice in That
. Mil. CHASE'S KEPLY.
Editor Okeoenian: Will you
kindly allow me space for a few words
In regard to a communication which
appears In your Issue of the 17th Inst.,
signed -David Chase Burr? On tho
communication Itself It Is not neces
sary to comment further than to say
that It is exactly the sort of thing
which one might expect to emanate
from one of thoso straw silver men
which the goldltc editors dally find so
much childish satisfaction In con
structing, and to the immediately
subsequent demolition of which they
then apply themselves with such
fierce mid fiendish Joy. All that in
terests me in the letter In question
is that the signature Is so plainly a
"garbled version" of my own, over
which somo unobtrusive articles have
appeared In the Canltal Journal, of
this city. I would like to suggest to
our friend that there -arc numberless
signature In common use, one of
which ho might havo used without
encroaching on private preserves,
for Instance, "Republican," "Work-
Ingman," "Farmer," "Sound Money,"
"Many Voters," "Constant Reader,"
"Vox Popull,''etc. However, if tho
poor fool has any clear Idea of what
ho was driving at, mid will kindly en
deavor to explain what It was, I will
cheerfully forgive his wooful lack of
David Burr Chase.
Editor Jeurnal: Above Is a copy
of a letter mailed to the Oregon Ian
on August, 10th. It has, soj far,
failed to appear In that very est luiablo
sheet, and If you think It worth
while toglvo it publicity you may do
so. D. B. C
Salem, August 23, 1800.
LOST FOR FOUR DAYS.
Thrilling Experience of TwoTvien
Walla Walla, Aug. 25 John
Lamb, returned from tho mountains
a row days ago, and lie tells qulto mi
Interesting story or a serious misad
venture or Mr. mid Mrs. Harry Turner
and Dr. and Mrs. Frank Rces, who
aro camping near tho Tanks. Tho four
started out on a little hunting mid
llshlng tour expecting to return to
their camp before night. In somo
manner thee lost their way and wero
unablo to get tnclr bearings. They
wandered long after night seeking to
strike a familiar path, but In vain.
That night they built a flro and stood
around It till morning, fearing to lie
down to sleep on tho cold ground as
they left their blankets behind. They
had no food except a little comment
mid a fow potatoes. Tito next day they
wandered aimlessly about hoping to
stumble onto some familiar landmark
! but auothor night camo upon them
still as hopelessly lost as ever. They
spent another night about tho camp
tire taking turns In sleeping.
Williamstown, Ey., Aug. 23 A
telegram has been received from tho
superintendent of the Louisville nad
Nashvlllo Railway, robuestlng that
the onlcers bo dispatched to Eagle
tunnel, nearElllston, whero a rail
road riot is going on.
Did You Ever.
Try Electric Hitters as a remedy for your
troube? If not, get a bottle now and get
relief. This meillelnr Ins ln fount! In tv
I DCeuliarlv flilanlnl In I ho ri-lli-f nntl rnrr nl
a" Female Complaint!, exert
reci influence in giving strength
'"h. J ru.ve,lr
and tone to
Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or
,re . ,a ?'' cuao e, weian-
choly or troubled with Duty Spell. Electric
Wrs is tho mediclnevou need. Health and
Strength are guaranteed by its use. Fifty
'cent and il.fv?.i Kr.,1 A. fi.mT.nr.mSinri
Notice to Controctcra.
Rids for tho erection of a poultry
building, at tho stato fair grounds,
will bo opened, at my oltlco, Tliurs-
"i AUUUilli .mil. Ufc J OCIOCK II. III.
Q. H. BuitaaRAF,
The St. Paul academy, the laige
new building with Its broad, pleasant
acres, cannot Tall to Impress the be
holder with the beauty of location
and natural advantages which this
Institution affords. Every at traction
that can be desired for healthful out
door exerclbo Is hero olTcrcd whilst Its
proximity to tho beautiful Willamette
makes It easy or access. The building
is supplied with alt the modern Im
provements. The course of study Is
complete, lessons being distinctly
graded from the primary to tho
graduating classes. Foreign languages
can be pursued in any part or tho
course mid arc taught frco of charge.
English, French and German are
spoken lu the Institution. Music,
drawing and painting receive that
attention which their Influence de
mand. It is an advantage for our girls
which wo highly appreciate, apart
from the moral, religious Influence
thus brought to bear on the early for
mation or their character, they aro
carefully Instructed in all the needs
Studies will bo resumed at the
academy on the llrst Monday of Sep
tember. Parents whodcslro to place
Do you like Dcvclcd Ham 1 If so try our 5'ccnt
article it's all right, We have some very Jgood
canned Apricots that we arc closing out at 10c.
Washing ammonia, full quarts, 15c per bottle.
HflRRITT 5 LAWRENCE,
R O, Grocery.
Agents for WorldBeater Soap,
daughters atf boarding pupils, under
Its Christian Inllucticobhould apply at
once to the Sister Superior, St. I'aui's
academy, St. Paul, Marlon comity,
Oregon. You will llnd the tonus
Somo of our smart boys robbed a
wateruiellon patch here a few days
ago. One or tho boys mado a visit to
the store or R. E. Kirk's and stolo
some tacks, then to Bellarts grocery
storo and stole several packages of
clgcrcttcs, then tlio boy traded the
stolen articles to somo of the boys for
marbles. Tho other boys gavo way
the stealing mid tho merchants called
on the parents and they settled the
afTalr with tho exception of four
bottles of perfume which was missed
from the drug store. So people can
Judge what watcrmclloii stealing will
end. Perhaps wo will know In tho
Wheat Is averaging from 10 to 13
bushels per acre. Overproduction
don't go this year goldbug'j (yes
Hop picking will begin about tho
8th or 10th of September.
R. Coleman, of Salem, is visiting
rrlends hero this week.
A sound money man pays tho thresh
ing crow 73 cents ror a 13 hours work
and a silver man -pays $1 for 10 hours
work. Who Is honest?
Ross McCormlck was round guilty
yesterday artcrnoon or assault and
battery on C. N. Lake and was fined
$23 mid costs lu default or which ho
was committed to Jail.
Jas. Pivot, an ox-convlct, was ar
raigned bororo Recorder Edes this af
ternoon charged with assault and bat
tery 011 0110 Parker. Ho was found
guilty and fined $20 mid costs Inde
fnult or which ho was committed to
the county Jail.
Tho trial or Gcorgo Hlllyer, charged
with chicken stealing, Is set ror 4
o'clock this afternoon.
Feed the Nerves
Upon pure, rich blood and you need not fear
nervous prostration. Nerves are weak when
""7, are Improperly and insufficiently
nourished. Pure blood is their proper food,
im l)Uiu uiuon comes oy taking Hood's
barsaparilla, which Is thus the greatest and
best nerve tonic. It also builds up the whole
Hood's Tills are the favorite family
cathartic, easy to take, easy to operate.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
;Most Perfect Made.
R)e For n 31 Inch Serge in black and navy.
21c For fancy mixtures fall patterns.
inc Extra bariraln 42 Inch Soruo.
17c Full lino of 40 Inch Henriettas.
42c New lino or all wool mixtures.
47c-60 Inch all wool storm Serges, ull shades.
43c Now line or Bouclcs, all shades.
23c 34 inch nil wool Tricot, nil shades
47c Choice or 20 patterns, 40 Inch all wool black fund.
OTTIicM! prices for the day only. wikics.
257 Commercial st.
Best in the World I
Sole Agents, Salem,
AN ANSWER TO MR. QEER.
Alderman Rigdon Is Requested to Re
ply to tho Tall Sycamore.
Salkm, Or., Aug. 21, 1808.
Hon. W. T. Rigden:
Dear Sir. The undersigned having
heard tho recent address of Hon. T.
T. Geer upon tho nionoy question, to
the "Worklngmon'H club on tho 21st
lust, wo would respectfully re
quest that you dollveran address up
on tho question In answer to the
arguments or Mr. Gecr at tho armory,
and that the worklngmen or Salem bo
Invited to attend said meeting.
F, II. Powers Jas. Phillips
E. L. Irwin A. W. Mead
F. II. Rosslter D. C. Howard
1' JWcyant w. R. Simpson
T. L. Davidson Amos Stroug
A. R. Uuren O. Mnrsli
JatiieHM.Pugh R R.Ryan
w. &. mow W. DoLong
F. N. DorbV .1. IT. 1?lntnhr
J. M. Davis W. D. Mohney
J. P. Johnson G. M. Powers
Queih:o, Aug. 24. Five men named
Lespcranio (two broUiers), Rolsseault,
Goulllard and Forden, ail or St.
Pierre, Mount Magni, went on a llsh
lng tour on the 18th Inst, near Grosso
Island. One body was recovorcd, tho
others havo not been found.
Notice to the Public.
Some very busy person, with more
tlmo to attend to other peoplo's af
fairs than his own, has reported that
wo are not buying wheat now days at
the mill. Pleaso tako notice that we
arc at all times in tho market for
wheat, ir. B. Holland,
Agent Salem Flouring Mills bo.
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jt ill -
NcwIVork, Aug 25.Silver, 6cMd
Chicago, Aug.as.-HogLlght j,,,.ffi
Go; heavy $2.5o3.2o. 4 S
' i- wi
4t".lcs8$.. Auc' 25-Wheit' CMhC
rortland, Aug. 25. Wheat valler
53; Walla Walla, 48.149. h
Hour-Portland, 2.85; Denton cw-itr
2.85; graham, 2.30; superfine, J.i5'per bb
Potatoes.. Oregon, 75c8o per
Hay. .Good, lolo.50 per ton.
Wool.. Valley, 8oc; Kastem
Poultry- Chickens, mixed,j3,5o; broil.
1 i.oy.a, uuck, JM3; gee. llSi;
keys, llvo, 10.
sailed 60 ll) ?c: trnia
60 lbs 44ic: sheep pelts. iora7o.
I fops,, Oregon, 2 to 3c, according toqnil.
Dutter. .Oregon fancy creamety, jjfltjj
fancy dairy, 202s; fair to good, i;(2:o;
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9,
Eggs.. Oregon, izy,c perdoz.
Beef.,Topsteers, 2.25(32.40 per lb; fan
to good steers, ai2 3.50; cowi, Ijigie;
dressed beef, 3M4c.
SAN IfKANClijCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Aug. 25 Wheal, oSjfi
Wool..Orecon, choice,io$uc; inferior
7c, valley, 8oc.
1 lops Quotable at 24C
Potatoes So65c per sack.
Oats MllfinE, BjC590.
Wheat. .42c per du,, market firm.
Hay.. Haled, cheat, 7.5o8.oo;, timotljr,
Flour. .In wholesale lots, 3.00; retail,
3,20; bran, bulk 11.0012.50; sacked, 12.00;
shorts, vi2.50i3.50j chop feed, ll.oo
Poultry. .Hens 5c; Spring chicken, 6c IU.
Hogs.. Dressed, 2&3'
Live Cattle.. 1 Ji2.,
Sheep,. Live, 1.25.
Wool. .Best, iiVfc.
Hops.. Best, 45J.
Eggs.. Cash. 12c.
Butter.. Best dairy, ujic; fancy crtamc?
Cheese .120. rti u
Farm Smoked f Meats liacci. py,c, m
90; shoulders, 5c.1
Potato!., 7c per bu
Insane. Harriet Porter, of Sher
man county, was brought to the asy
lum for tho insane, yesterday.
Ministers Should Use
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
by over work- irefiuj - ;--.,;
byovcrworK ireiiw ".tritloa.
of heart trouble, and rouspro.W
church. London Mills, U U. .
clan, wrltos Fob. M, lSi "ar ,
and nervous prostration d kia
.orious last full that a W'0!,,
tho pu.pu.ouid - assu I
Dr. Miles' S&Uitbwf
November I commenced Uw j
New Heart Cure alter '', a
Nervine and 'jC
bonoQt. I haw Just closcluMWlj
twice on tho Babbatb. V nJ
without suffers gBi Dr. KUrf
vrorklm; ministers should-
grand remedies on tori. , piir
itetbotUo will beriefitor WW'S'