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Pally Capital Journal.
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TUESDAY, OCT. 0, 1890.
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No two alike. Fancy mixture,
brown, blues, blacks, cauilnals,
etc. See tlietn.
Gold Medal Black Goods, SSf&ISi
Are guaranteed to wear. All new
patterns, no back numbers, and
an Immerse assortment to cIiuhc
Capes and Jackets,!
Some very stylish garments, per
fect fitting, choice materials and
Men's Clothing. S3
Our all-wool suits from $0 to $!."
are popular sellcis.
J, J, Dalr ymple Co,
Some pew choice colorings In
Dresden taffetas, Just opened.
25c and 50c.
Jackets and WrapsJ
Biggest nnd best line ever yet
shown 83, $4, $5 and $0 values
belter than ever. $7.50 to $10
kinds that will nleuse $ho most
fastidious. Value, style, Ut and
finish absolutely perfect.
Fancy Leather Belts, Z
Look them over. Splendid ns
Bortmcnt all styles, 25c to 75c.
The harness belt. Very latest.
AT MARION'S CAPITAL.
Judge Terrell, has refuf-cd to accept
the new bridge recently constructed
over Mission creek, on the Ohampocg
and Hutteville road. The contract-
price was $140 and the judge claims
that Mr. Diiuick, the contractor, has
failed to erect it according to the
The will of Ellen L. Moores, who
died on the J 2th tilt., has been ad
mitted to probate by Judge Terrell
and Koss E. and Wyllc A. Moores
appointed as executors. The deced
ent left property of the probable
value of $0,000 and the following
heirs at law: Ross E., Wyllc A.,
Charles II. and Carroll L. Moores. In
her will Mrs. Moores bequeaths an
equal share of her real estate to each
of her sons, after the debts are paid.
Koss and Wyllearc appointed guard
ians of Charles. L. E. Pratt, Charles
C'laggett and J. I. Thompson are ap
pointed appraisers of the estate.
The semi-annual accounts of W. M.
Kaiser, administrator of tho estate of
Paul Oberhelm, deceased, and Alice
A. Miles, administratrix of tho es
tate of Peter Miles, deceased, were
tiled with the county clerk yesterday.
At the Asylum.
Tho following statistics are taken
from the regular monthly report of
Swpt. D. A. Paine, for the month of
September as submitted to the asylum
board of commissioners yesterday:
No. paitents August 31 1,090
No. received during September. . 30
No. returned escapes 1
No. under care 1,127
No. dlsch'd recovered 10
No. dlsch'd much Imp 3
sao. mscii'U noti imp 1
No. died 8
No. eloped 7
No. remaining 1,150
Average number dally 1,001 12-30
rotai numocr aiuiy 1,:0 vz-M
l'er capita mommy expense, $u 21
Per captl dally expense 30 7-10
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to?0 8? fK -I?
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II.C. Wahlberg was in brooks today.
H. A. Hastings was a Chemawa
Mr. Itigdon speaks at Jefferson on
Friday, October 9.
A. M. 01tigh was a business visitor
in Dixie this morning.
YV. U. Lawler and Frank O'Brien
returned to Albany today.
Mi. Charlotte Selden, returned to
her home at Roseburg today.
Miss Julia Mctschan was a Port
land passenger this morning.
B. 13. Ilcrrick went to Gervais this
morning where he expects to do .some
Geo. Richards, of Roseburg, who
been visiting at F. J. Cattcrlin's went
Editor II. G. Guild, of Sheridan
Sun, and representative-elect, was in
the city yesterday.
Miss Ilortcnse Levy returned last
evening from an extended visit with
relatives In Seattle.
Mrs. tJ. J. Dalrymple, Mrs. O. E,
Krausse, and Mrs. Jos. Albert went to
Portland this morning.
Miss Jessie McGowan, of Monmouth,
who has been the guests of the Misses
Mctschan, has gone to Portland.
Mrs. II. D. Patton returned yester
day from Tortland, accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. E. A. Preyman.
Sam Clarko went south today. He
Is laboring for the gold standard and
McKinley, nnd speaking day and
Superintendent Knight, of the deaf
mute school, received a number of
pupils today, who seemed delighted to
greet an old friend.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Durbin, Dun
can Ross, Isaac Durbin, Watt Ship,
Chas. Cleaver and Willie Sayre re
turned Monday from a twelve days'
outing in tho Alsea country.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Ilillcary, of
Turner, left Monday for n visit In
Iowa and will go to the National
Grange at Washington, D. C. before
Mr. and Mrs. Hooker, late of La
Grande, Or., arrived in tho city last
night and are opening a large millln
cry stock in the rooms next to the
First National bank. Mrs. Hooker Is
an experienced business lady.
O. G. Savage fell from tho loft of
his bam, on Sunday afternoon, di
rectly under the horses who stepped
upon him breaking two ribs and
otherwlso bruising him.
Wo are booming our Dress Goods
Department. The many bargains wo
offer In lino Serges, Cashmeres, So
lids, etc., surprlso and please the la
dies. Don't fall to see us before buy
ing. Buying for cash and selling for
cash, wo glveyou tho best values for
your money to bo found anywhere.
.Willis Bros, & Co.
T110 casm i;ry uoous, uoming uiui
R. & G. Corsets,
Foster's Kid Gloves.
Albert Ilosleryr -
Election of Officers.
Last oyening the Presbyterian Y. P.
S. O. E. held Its semi-annual election
of ofllccrs, resulting as follows: Presi
dent, Sam Burcham; vice president,
Miss Mario Rockwell; secretary, E. T.
Prescott; chorister, W. E. Calkins)
organist, Miss Lucia Cochran; super
intendent of junior work, Mrs. David
Scott, Sr. A short program was
rendered just preceding tho election
Tho Salem Ministerial Association
also elected officers nt its weekly meet
ing yesterday afternoon, who will
servo for tho ensuing six months. Tho
election resulted as follows:
President, J. P. Fanner, of tho
First Baptist church: vice-president.
Kershaw, of the Leslie M. E.
church; secretary and treasurer, J.
Boworsox, of the Independent Evan
gelical church. The last two were
The Best Families
buy their fruits at Branson & Co.'s
grocery, becauso there they find the
best in the market.
H t&CAI. tJAMPAIOM,
Hon, W T, Rlgdon will addjesatho
city council tonight, f lie does any
talking at all.
Ed. L. Bryan, of Philomath, was In
tl c city today. He will put In the
restor the time in tills canvnss. He
s a Bryan man In more ways than
U distant famjly relationship.
Hon. Henry McGinn, of Portland,
Is to speak at Sit. Angel, October 22,
The Bennett meeting at tho Armory
was one of the finest that has yet
been held at Salem. The audience
was very attentive from start toclose.
Only tho highest expressions of com
mendation are heard on every hand.
AT MT. ANGEL.
A large and enthusiastic crowd
gathered in the warehouse to listen
to addresses for Bryan and Independ
ent American Bimetallism. E. Hofer,
of Salem, spoke an hour, and read the
Bismark letter In German, comment
ing on the same In German and giving
a correct translation, showing that
Dismaick advises Americans to adopt
Independent bimetallism as the surest
means of forcing Europe to remon
etizc sil ver. W. T. Rlgdon spoke from
9 to 10:30, with his usual good effect.
Hon. W. II. Holmes spoke half an
hour In conclusion, and all stayed to
the finish. When a conclusion was
reached all present signed a petition
for the Bryan electors.
"Bryan's election is not conceded.
Hannadoesnot expect defcat,"are the
startling headlines in the morning
golden wail. He knows he is defeated.
Rev. Grannisat Woodburn Sunday
evening, it is said, paid his compli
ments to "Slark Hanna, the apostate
Jew," who wants a mortgage on the
American people. He donouncod the
St. Louis convention for opening Its
sessions with prayer by a Jewish
Rabbi. He said they tried to get a
Slethodlst, but there was objection;
they tried to get a Catholic, but there
was objection; then they got a Rabbi
"Rob everybody," exclamed Gran
tils iln disgust. If he ever struck a
popular chord It was before the
"The scandalous evening sheet Is
libeling Attorney-General Idleman,"
says the Statesman. Well, it is a lit
tle singular that the alleged attorney
general In every contest Involving the
rights and Interests of tho people a p.
pears on the side of wealth nnd the
corporations. That Is a libel on the
"A Bryan shouter" is all the argu
ment the Statesman has In obviating
the demolition of its pet tariff editor,
C. B. Moores. The complete destruc
tion of the cherished goldbug idols is
a beuetlt to society In general, and all
good people will pray let Brother
Itigdon go on shouting.
The goldbug conspiracy to knock
out the Bryan electors on a technical
ity is making votes for the silver
cause. The people resent the effort
of an unscrupulous set of moneybags
nnd millionaires, to put a gag in the
mouth of the American people.
About the middle of September,
Sam B. Parrish, of Portland, Chas,
Parrlsh, of Canyon City, and N. O.
Parrish, of Salem, Instituted proceed
ings In probate court whereby they
seek to have the will of the late J. L.
Parrish, decleared null and void,
claiming that undue Influence had
been exercised over the deceased In
forming the will. The motion was
argued before County Judge Terrell
on the 10th, 17th and 18th ult, when a
largo number of witnesses were ex
amined on each side. All the evidence
having been submitted, and the
closing arguments from the respective
counsels having been received, Judge
Terrell took the matter under advise
ment until 2 p. in. Tuesday, October
fl. The contestants arc represented
by D'Arcy & Richardson, of Salem,
nnd W. D. Beebee, of Portland; while
Mrs. Mattic Parrish, wife of the
deceased has retained as counsel Geo.
G. Bingham, of Salem, and ex-United
States Attorney General Williams, of
Portland. The property Involved in
the motion Is worth about $50,000.
JUDGE TERRELL'S DECISION.
At2 o'clock this afternoon county
Judge G. P. Terrell rendered a decis
ion whereby the will of the lato J. L.
Parrish was set asldo.
Georgia G. Anderson.
Old Bill Anderson Is making n great
effort to have his baby monkey take
tho prize at the state fair, ne is
having a complete suit made through
out, by tho most celebrated dress
maker and milliner on the Pacific
coast and he thinks that some of the
little tots ou exhibition will have to
primp up considerable to out do his
little Georgia Grannis Anderson.
This little baby monkey is a wonder
ful curiosity and will no doubt be a
drawing card at the baby show.
SUHobfj fiOAnn MSW9
Considerable Business Transacted at Lo
With the exception of Director
Ohmart, all members of the board of
directors for school district No. 24
were present last evening. The fol
lowing bills wern nudlted and war
rants ordered issued:
.lory & Snrainie. wood S 30 00
Frank Mclnt Ire, wood 57 00
A. ! Faxon, wood 0 00
Gilbert & PntteiMjn, paints
and glass 17 35
R. SI. Wade & Co., hardware. 50
Gray Bros., hardware
Brown & Smith, hardware.
Barr & Pctzcl, hardware. . .
S. Bozorlh, clerk, services..
B. F. Salmon, labor
E. SL Walte Printing Co., for
printing 03 75
E. F. Parkhurst, school furni
ture 390 75
F. S. Dearborn, supplies 401 39
Geo. A. Peebles, services 100 00
Superintendent G. A. Peebles re-
nnmmnhrlAil f tint t tn mttrnr (if rnnn I r
raiuiuuiuiu 1u.1v Kill, llliu.x. " .i... g
Intr thn hltmlr hrviwlu tif flirt vnrlnnfi ' Ci
schools be left ulth the executive $
committee. The recommendation
nits upyiuvcu Ul UJ MIU UUillU. I ,
Upon motion It was determined to
give the public school children a holi- 5
day, Friday of this week, that day
having been declared by the state fair r,
managers to be a special day for pub-
lie school children.
The chairman and clerk of the
board were authorized to sign the
contracts with the various teachers
for the current year, for the school
Director Bruce reported that he h.id
engaged a janitor for the Polytechnic
school at $5 per month, and that this
did not include tlic putting in of
wood. The board ratified Sir- Bruce's
r u 1
All school books
used in the Salem
public schools at
Also Tablets, Slates,
Notice is hereby given that 1 have
on hand funds applicable to the pay
ment of all warrants of the city of
1 Salem, drawn on the general fund, and
endorsed before November 20, 1895.
Interest will cease on said warrants
from and after thedateof this notice.
E. J. Swaffokd,
9 22 (it City Treasurer.
Salem, Sept. 22, '95.
A leading topic among those Inter-,
csted In theatrical centers is In tho
return to Salem of Frank Bacon's '
new company of players. The long J
run of the old stock company Is In t
this city was the longest ever made
here by a theatrical organization, and
speaks much In favor of Sir. Bacon's
judgment in the selection of a
thoroughly artistie organization, Sir.
Bacon saya tliat the present aggrega
tion Is the peer of any company ho
has yet connected himself with, and
from the flattering press notices his
company has received in the Southern
papers, It would scoin tbqt this Is true
In every respeot. The repertoire is
extensive and contains some of the
very latest and most popular creations
of well-known playwrights. The
plays have boqn selected with a view
to pleasing tho whole of the theater
going public, anil' the repertoire em
braces plays which vary widely in
character, and all are of the highest
order of merit. Slay Nannary, the
leading lady, and Nerval SIcGregor,
the leading man, are artists of much
reputo. Sliss Nannary, although
very young, has won tributes of high
order since her debut, and now ranks
with the best. The same may be
said ot Sir. McGregor. Other new
members of the company are Helen
Henry, a clever soubrette; SI. J.
Hooley, a singing comedian; Harvey
Sedjey, a light comedian; Peter Sosso 1
and J. P. Winter. Among the mem
bers of the -company well and favor
ably known here are Howard Scott
Special Sale. Of kid gloves all
the latest importations at "Tiu
Leader" millinerv store Friday.
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Wednesday and Thursday
pes and Jackets
Dress Goods, Mackintoshes;
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257 Commercial st
AVe have established parlors at the CHATWIN HOUSE, SALEM where nil
dially invited for consultation, advice, treatment ami testimonials absolutelv f. r"l c"'
We solicit investigation of tlis wonderful "PANACEA" for the "many illtl ,1 n 1 P
to." Parlors open daily. Hours-Io to 12 m . 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 u J ' 4 iT.1' U lh"
If you prefer it, write and our repieicnutivc will call. ' "M f.
Hi B. Slim, Resident Agent, Sale
Delicious Maple Syrupy
"Like wz iizd last year'
HRRRITT & LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery,
"The WorlaVBeater Soap people."
Its llrst presentation here Slouday
evening Oct. 12th at Reed's opera
house. Popular prices will prevail 15,
23 and 33 cents.
A Delightful Performance.
"Triumph of Love"
The "Triumph of Love" as pre
sented by local talent under the su
pervision of Sirs. Neutneyer, at the
Reed Saturday night, was certainly a
"triumph" in the line of amateur
performances. Lack of space forbids
personal mention of the many partici
pants, the performance of each unit
ing in making tho performance n de
cided success. However tho parts
isusiumcu uy mrs. iiame-jritrnsn-
Illnges, as Goddess of Love; Basil n,
Wagner, Duke of Burgundy; and D.
1 A. Dlnsmoro, Loperello, valet to the
nnn AlitQ Tonn o Wnlrlrin n Till. I
opening play will be a sensational ! I)uke; C"W n.0t ,1,aV? be" lmPVcd
melodrama. The play will be given
Reed's Opera House,
PATTON BROS., Local Managers.
TvJo Nights Only.
Commencing Monday. Oct. 12,
Return engagement of Salem
NeyJ Stock Co.
Produclug high Royalty plays. Spe
cial scenery. Mechanical effects.
Monday night, "Fire PatroL"
Tuesday, "Held in Slavery,"
Popular prices of 15c, 25c and 35o.
0"beats now ou sale at Patton's.
upon. The singing by Mrs. Hinges
was one of tho pleasing features of
the evening and this talented vocal
ist, who never falls to delight an
audience, was accorded an encore to
which she gracefully responded.
Sllsses. Lona White, Slinaneulat and
Esther Collins, as goddessesof Wealth,
nonor, and "Virtue acted well their
parts, the former two, by their Blng
lng, won the hearty applause their,
performance merited and the audi
ence would not be content with one
selection from these beautiful singers
but would only desist from their ap
plause at tho second appearance of
tho yooallsts. SHss Pearl Carter, as
Evellpa, the Peasant girl, made a
pleasing appearance on the stage,
agreeably surprising her many friends,
The demons and imps under Vice,
Prince of Darkness, Chas. n. Burg
graf, were certainly well chosen and
they possessed the hldiousness that la,
said to be significant of such oharac
ters. Geo. U. Ashby as Demon of
Drunkeness was good. Tho perform
ance by the little folks, unlike most
occasions, was carried out without a
second's hesitation which added
greatly to the enjoyment thereof. In
all it was a great Buccess and those
who witnessed tho performance will
always cherish pleasant memories
E. A. La Rocque yesterday paid a
line and costs amounting to $18, for
assault aud battery on Frincls Feller,
of. Butte villc.
One drunk was this morning sen
tenced to live days in the city jail for
Chief of Police Dilley has appointed
Frank Farrel as special day policeman
to serve during fair week. He went
on duty this morning. At the meet
ing of the city council this evening
Mr. Dilley will submit a list of about
ten prospective policemen to the city
fathers who will select three there
from to assist Chief Dilley In main
taining good order and guard the
city's Interests from the ravages of
the "tough element which Is always
attendant at the state fair.
Through His Nervine Is a Ben
efactor to Thousands."
1 iNi 1
York, Oct. 6. Silver,
Chicago, Oct. 6 -Ho-.. ;-,',. $..q
145: heavy $2.6o3 30. ""
Soap Foam Washing Powder
will not make the clothes yeU
low, nor burn the hands,
WIDELY Known Wisconsin publisher,
who reslucs at Green Bay, writes
March 0th, 1835, aa follows:
"Five years &50 1 fcueaxno bo nervous that
mental woric was a fmr2ou. I could not rest
at nlcht on arcnurc of aicepiessnoss. My
attention vaj calleel to Dr. Miles Kestora
tlvo Nervine, and I commenced to uso It
with the very nest effect. Slnco then I
havo kept a botue in my bouse and use it
whenever cjy nerves become unstrung, with
always the same good results. My son also
takes it for nervousness
with like novcr falling
success. I have recom
mended it to many and
it cures them. All who
suSor from nerve
troubles should try It.
it is free from narcotics, perfectly harm'
Cattle. Beeves $iao(3h l:
luifers $1.30(43 80
hheep 'Good steady.
Chicago. Oct 16 Vhet. cUi C7K'
Portland, On. 6. Yvrrnt vallrr 6,f
Walla Walla, 56. "
Flour Portland. 2.75; Benloa couty,
2.7S5 graham, 2.50; supertin. Jj 15 per bbl.
Oats White, 3o32c; gtty, lyolleJ,
tnbags, S4-2jS-J5. lmlt, 4 So7c;
Potatoes.. Oregon, 45855c jer sjcIc
Hay..Goxl, 10lo.50 per ton.
Wool.. Valley, 89cj Eastern Oregon
Poultry Chickens, mixed,23.oo broil
cr, $i.252.25; duds, py, kw, $5(56;
turl.iy, live, Io.
HirtcH. .gieen, salted 60 Its 5c; unlet
60 lbs 44VC; sheep pelts, lo7oc
Hops Contracts for new crops ire beinj
made at 6a6c.
Butter.. Oregon fancy creamery, "3545;
fancy dairy, 2535j fair to Rood, 2ohJ;
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9.
Eggs.. Oregon, i7zoc perdoz.
Beef..Topsteers, 2.25(32.40 per lb; Uu
to good steers, 2M2 3-50! , IK'
dressed beef, 34Mc .
SAN FKANCISjCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Oct. S.-Wheit, 109'
Wool.. Oregon"! choice, levjMic; inferiors
7C, valley, 8oc.
Hops Quotable at 24C lor old.
Potatoes 253oc per sack.
Oats Milling, 87M9Ji. ,
Wheat, ,52c per bu., market firm.
Hay.. Baled, cheat. 7.oo7.5;. 1
Flour.. In wholesale ts. 2io; reuH
3.00; bran, bulk n.5oi2.5o;sieW.
shorts, 12.5013.S0; ch0P f" "-
Poultry. .Hens 5c; Spring chitlens, 50(11,
Hogs.. Dressed, 2Vj;3i- -
Live Cattle.. I 2'A
Sheep.. Live, 1. 24.
Wool.. Best. ISH
Hop.. .Best, 45C
Eggs.. Cash. 15c
Butter.. Best dairy, 15 c; fane; creamer
Cheese .i2Vc. i,.i,i
Farm SmokSd Meats Dacca, 6,ltfa
90; shoulders, 5c?
Potatos . .docperbu
Por Infants and Children.
...w ..(.Ul HU.WMMW1, li.VI.1.1 Mult.- I - ?ti(fQ 9
less, and yot soothes and strengthens, Ds. tjarcraiflS VOU caOt alio"
Miles, throuph his Nervine is a benefactor a "&, '
Ladies, Your Opportunity I
6th, 7th and 8th,
we will close out all our
to thousaniu; " A. O. LEHMAN.
Editor anu proprietor of Deh LjurDtuuir.
Dr. MiW S'wvino is sold on guarantee
first bottto V) lil benefit cr money refunded.
Til P p fl I P Fop Bargains in EveryfbfDg-274
111 JLO 1 1111 Our Mottoj "Spot Cash, Quick Sales
Quick Sales and small Profits'
Night robes for,
adles' wrappers ' "'aietafP
ah nthercarnienUequaiv nti
New, up-to-date, well
-.a-Gieat sale of kid