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Daily Capital Journal.
BV iiokBSFi BROTHEK8,
(WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28, 1890.
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if DAILY LINK lO PORTLAND,
K Altona and Ramona
ij v LEAVE
( J dAilv.
9 Portland, 0:45 a. hi.
3 Salem 7 u. m.. except Sunday.
Quick time, regular crvice and cheap
) ""m!".' BALDWIN.
$V Agent, Salem.
Florence and Oneita
Good values at $1, 1.23. Bettor one
at $2 to $3.
We show some extra values-at CO.
and 75c. The line includes a com
plete assortment up to $3 each.
Round combs, side combs, silk tailor
buttons, hair-nets, frog-sets, fur trim
ming, linen fronts, Angora sets, etc.
Men's Night Shirts,
Winter weight flannel ones, $1.2.1
New line of heavy weights. Best
values ever shown. 50c, 05c, 75c, $1
Our famous world beaters,$9,$10,$12.
J, J, Dalrymple Co,
Al. Swegle was a Portland passen
ger this morning.
Attorney General C. M. Idleman re
turned to Portland this morning.
Mrs. W. T. Gray and Mrs. Clias.
A. Gray were Portland visitors today.
Fred Morris went to Scio this morn
ing to visit for a week with relatives.
II. G. Sonneman, the State street
grocer, was a Portland business visitor
Mr. and Mrs. II. Stapleton and
daughter Miss Ada are in Portland to
remain a few days.
Misses Addlo and Maud Denharu
went to Albany this morning to re
niala for a visit with friends.
At 1:30 o'clock this afternoon the
Salem Are department was called into
East Salem to extinguish a fire on the
property of John McTntyro, corner of
Eighteenth and Mill streets.
Shortly after 1 o'clock flames wore
seen shooting through the barn roof
and an alarm was Immediately turned
in. The department responded
promptly and soon had the flames
checked, although the barn was en
tirely destroyed. Willing hands ar
rived on the scene shortly after the
origin of the liro and removed a horse,
tool chest and other minor arti
cles from the barn.
The barn contained about twenty
bushels of oats and about 0 tons of
hay, a part of which was baled. This
was a total loss. About 4 cords of fir
wood that had been stored in the
barn was saved. In all the loss will
amount to $250 with no insurance,
which less will bo severely felt by
Mr. Molntyre, who Is n hard working
man, The origin of the liro is un
known, but It is thought to bo incen
diary, since the barn was sot on fire at
0 a. m. Sunday, but the flames wore
extinguished before making much
headway. This Is the third fire in
this part of the town the past week,
which emphasizes the need of fire pro
tection In that portion of the Capital
378 Church Street.
Salem Oct. 28 1890. J
E. B. Slim, resident agent Oxyvlta,
Chat win House:
I havo been a cliroio invalid for
over fifteen years, being a sufferer
from heart (trouble, nervous prostra
tion and many accompanying ail
ments. Two weeks use of your Oxy
vlta has shown a wonderful improve
ment in my general health. .lthavins
done mo infinitely more good than any
other treatment I over used. 1 will
bo pleased to moot or hear from any
27 3t Hits. O. S. Brock.
Are our school shoes. Wear like iron,
solid as u rock, nicely llnished, up to
date Btyles. Try them for your child
ren arm you win use no other. Call
for Littlo Giants.
Our Ladies' and Men's Shoes
Aro equally ns good. Now styles.
Good values. Wo glyo tho best in tho
market for yourmonoy. This is what
causes -such an Increase In flur shoe
sales. Try us for shoes. Wo can
For Men and Boys'
Underwear, hats, gloves, clothing,
mackintoshes, overcoats, shirts, col
lars and cuffs. Always go to
,Willis Bros, d .Co,
The Cash Dry Goods, Clothing' and
Shoo House W.VJS,
Buy "Iron Ciad'MIoso for Boys.
Wc carry the largest line o
ladies' and children's wraps in
Salem. Seeing is believing.
A misses' jacket, in plain,
substantial navy cloth, reifer
front, elvet collar, 2button,
TONIGHT AT ARMORY.
Col. F. V. JJrake, of Portland , to 3peak.
The Bryan rally to bo held this
evening, at the Armory hall, under
tho auspices of the students' Bryan
club, promises to be one of the best
yet held In this city during the cam
paign. The boys will have no brass
bands, torchlight piocessions or pa
rade, but they will have the crowd
and plenty of enthusiasm. A good
program lias been arranged and all
who attend will no doubt appreciate
tho entertainment that has been pro
vided. Or.e of tho numbers on the program
will uttract considerable attention;
that of the short address b,
I. P. Callison, one of the
students attending Willamette
University. Mr. Callison Is the
able editor-in-chief of the Willamette
Collegian, and will be favorably re
membered us Willamette's contestant
in the state oratorical meet last Feb
ruary. Col. F. V. Drake arrived in the city
this afternoon, from points south,
where he has been speaking. Col.
Drake was met at thedepotby a num
ber of the members of the students'
Brvan club, and escorted to the Wll,
lamctte Hotel. Mr. Drake is a clear-
able, and eloquent expounder of the
political suoject, ana win give a goou
talk. Tonight, at the Armory, C. K.
Brandenburir. president of the stu
dents' Bryan club, will act as chair
man and his (introduction of Col.
Drake will bo prefaced by ua few re
marks. Tho following rjroirram will be ren
dered, commencing at 8 o'clock this
Sonc. Brvan Free Silver Choir.
...Slinrli. jixlflressjia ruirfc- .nf.ihrt-.Ktii-
Recitation, Miss Marie Campbell.
Address, Col. F. V. Drake, of Port
Song, Bryan Free Silver choir.
True Recognition. Today at
noon the friends and admirers of the
valiant Capt. Harvey Jordan, who
last evening, "shed blood defending
tho old flag'' at Jefferson, presented
mat patriotic young man with, a mag
nificent belt as a token of their ad
miration for hiB courage and manly
act In quelling a riot. Tho beautiful
bolt was made of immaculate white
oil-cloth, adorned with a massive
harness buckle, and bore the enslgnia
In gold letters: "This is tho man
that struck Callahan." The beauti
ful belt must have cost many cents
and will no doubt bo treasured In a
secret chamber by Its proud possessor.
Tho Callahan boy Is said to bo all
At the Woolen Mills The fam
iliar sound of the woolen mills was
heard this morning at 5;30 a. m. for
tho first time since the mills were de
stroyed by lire last November. Work
in tho various departments of tills
manufacturing Institution isprogress
ing satisfactorily and It will only bo a
short time until a full force is at work.
Elghtlooms aro now In operation with
more weavers being added as tho de
mand for more asslstanco Increases.
Flvo hands were this morning given
work In tho finishing rooms so it will
bo seen all the departments of the
mill aro being operotcd although with
not n full force. More hands will be
added as they are needed and tho Tiro-
duct of tho mills will soon bo at the
disposal of Its numerous patrons.
Scores of Boxes. Tho New York
Racket has just recleved the largest
lot of tho "Star 6 Star" boots and
shoes they have yet recioved, In men
and boy' boots and shoes, line and
coarse, and ladies' and Misses' heavy
and lino shoes of all kinds. They have
a fine lot for ladies and children espec
ially adapted for winter wear. Call
and save monoy. eod-2d-lw.
Surprise Party. Last evening at
tho homo of her parents, a surprise
party was given In honor of Miss Nel
lie Roberts. A very nleasant cveninc
was had, thoso contributing to tho
pleasure of tho affair being: Misses
Nellie Roborts, Bessio Plmperton,
rllltft "IVl.lfr. "Mm. Afi.rwlrvll -l7lnnl
Byrnes and Qraco Golden;' Masters 1
wiiiio unu Clayton Young, Ed Payne,
Carl Morris, Marrell Morris, Fred
Mundell, Ned Smith, and Ralph Rob
erts. Numerous games were indulged
in and delightful refreshments wore
Popular Tradino Pqint. Elec
tion day will be a big huHiuess day in
Salem. Hundreds of people from tho
country will come Into tho city after
Toting, to hear tho news, aud our
merchants will havo nil' thov can do.
Salem la a nonular tradtnir nolnt'
Thursday, probable rain,
kiVLB lTr'" dry
iTHE COUNTY FINANCES
The Official .Semi.-.jAnnual
bisPositfoN :of We FUri5i
Bi-Quarterly Accountings of Sheriff
Treasurer" and Clerk, .
Semi-annual statement of the
county treasurer of Marion connty,
Oregon, for the six ruonllis ending on
the 31st day of September, A. D.,
1806, of money received and paid out,
from whom received and from- what
source, and on what account paid out:
Oct. 1, to amount on hand .
from last report, general
fund $4,008 02
Oct. 1, to amount on hand
from last report, school,
fund 14,244 55
To nmountj received from
sheriff, taxes.general fund 65,499 53
To amounts received from
sheriff, taxes, school fund. 30,058 52
To amounts received from E3
sheriff, poll tax general
fund '..:'. "..-.. 1,915 00
Liquor and peddler licenso,
general, fund....' 455 83
L V Ehlen, cleik fees, gen
eral fund m. 2,037 10
F W Waters, recorder fees,"
general fund..! 1,172 85
Special loan, general fund . . . 2,700 00
Coroniir, found on bodies,
general fund 5 48
Linn county, repairing
bridge, general .f und 7 50
Old sidewalk, general fund . . 10 00
L V Ehlen, cost of circuit
court,general fund 25 00
L V Ehlen, redemption de
linquent tax sale, general
fund 8 10
L V Ehlen, assignment of
tax sales, general fund... 22 05
Phil Metschan, state treas-
' urer, school fund 10,902 00
Fines, school fund , 82 70
Total )general fund $77,057 11
Total (school fund) $01,947 77
Amounts paid out:
Oct. 1, by amount paid out
on county warrants gen-
..i .. 101 oni in
tvurrjntsrsc'riooi Tu'n'd! .' "! ! TI3i7S80?n3TgeliIoTirfer7cIaiin 44
from New York City something new in ladies'
misses' and childrens' hats, Call before the as
sortment is broken, One door south of First
By balance general fund on
hand, general fund 1,720 99
By balance school fund on
hand.school fund 3,178 97
Phil Metschan, state treas
urer, general fund 40,000 00
Interest on warrants, gen
eralfund 1,037 43
A M Clough, coroner, gen-
oral fund 1 50
Total (general fund) $77,057 11
Total (school fund) $01,947 77
Amount of outstanding war
rants $00,530 34
Interest on outstanding
warrants 2,930 10
State of Oregon, County of Marion, ss;
I. (J. L. Brown, do hereby certify
that the foregoing is a truo and cor
rect statement of the amounts re
ceived, paid out and remaining on
hand, in tho county treasury of said
county for tho six months ending on
the 31st day of September, A. D., 1890.
Witness my hand this first day of
October, A. D., 1890.
G. L. Brown,
Semi-annual statement of tho
You probably pay too
much a month for tea; it is
probably not very good.
Try Sciillnig's Best. ' If
you don't like.it, your gro
cer returns your money.
You may find unexpected
pleasure and profit in,:it,
A umiue & Company
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the county treasurer by til sheriff of
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months ending on the 3th
September, A. D., 1890.
To amount received:
Delinquent tax 1891:
Delinquent tux, 1895:
Tqtul..,,.. ,.,,... ,.,WW 80
Total received! ''
August ...$2,433 95
Scntcmber 14,211 Tl
, Total .. ...
..$ 2,433 95
.. 14,211 71
Total paid treasurer
. 14,211 71
State of Oregon,
County of Marlon, ss
I, F. T. Wrlghtman, herlff of said
ouunty.dP hereby certlfytlint te fore
going statoment U corrfct and truo.
Witness my hand ths first day of
October, A. D., 1896.
F. T. Wrkhtman,
Sheriff of Maron County.
Semi-annual report cf tho county,
plerkof MuriPn CQlinty,8tate of Ore
gon, showing theamouit und nH'H
her of claims allowed ly the county
court of said county, forwhat allowed
amount of warrants outstanding and
unpaid, from the 1st dayof Aprll,1890
to the 30th day of- September, 18J3,
Road and bridge, claim 213
'.....$ 6,288 98
Pauper, claim 190 3.306 38
Criminal, claim 494 2,682 18
Suculal loan, claim 7 2,700 00
Stationery, claim 110 2,240 38
Court house nnd Jail, claim
112...; 10,845 41
Clerk, claim 11 '.. 3,229 98
Recorder, claim 8 1,049 00
Sheriff, claim 8 ., 3,453 98
Atllltiirv. claim 18 345 00
TJulllff, claim 5 108 00
School Supl., claim 8 980 10
County judge, claim 0 750 00
County Com., claim 18 228 25
Supervisor, claim 2..!. 58 00
Tnunnn n.talm.13 .' 222 50
Election, claim 223 1,378 28
Jury, claim 31.. 523 40
Coroner, claim 90 388 80
Treasurer, claim 6....- 600 00
Fuel, claim 10.'. ... '....:.". "8 00
Assessor, claim 11 5637 25
Dist. attorney, claim, 95 151 40
Bounty, claim 370 497 13
School examiner, claim Q. . . . 78 00
Stock Inspector, claim 5 252 00
Surveyor,Jclaim 7 52 80
Miscellaneous, claim 1 3 20
Canada thistle, claim 2 35 00
Rebate of fees, claim 1 3 50
Total amount claims allowed
and drawn, 2,009 $49,330 08
Outstanding unpaid war
rants -on 30th day of Sep
tember, J89G ,.yf. 60,530 '34
Estimated interest accrued . "
thereon '. 2,930 19
State of Oegon.
County of Marlon, ss:
I, L. "V. Ehlen, county clerk of the
county of Marion, state of Oregon, do
hereby certify that the foregoing is a
true and correct statement of tho
number nnd amount of claims allowed
by the county court, of said county,
for the six months ending on tho 30th
day of September, 1890, on what ac
count the same were allowed, and the
amount of warrants drawn, nnd tho
amount of warrants outstanding and
unpaid as the same appear upon the
records of my oillco and in my olllclal
Witness ray hand and the "seal of
the county court, of said county, this
27th day of October, A. D., 1896,
L. V. Ehlen, '
S'eml-annual summary statement, of
the flnaucial condition of tho county
of Marlon, In tho 6tat of Oregon, on
the 30th day of September, A. D.,1896;
To warrants drawn on the j
county treasurer' out !
, standing and unpaid iWe.SSa.Sl"
To estimated amount of in-
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" Hegel's Philosophy
"The Comedy of bontl
ment,"byNordun. "Mrs. Gerald," by Maria
"Stephen, a Soldier of the
"Joan Haste," by Haggard
"Women's Work in tho
Home," by Archdeacon Lar-
"Amos Judd," by J, A,
Mlr&9 in Council," by
Sir Arthur Pholps.
'The Children of the Cold,'
by Frederick Scwalka.
Fqr salo hy
F. S, Dearborn,
Scalp Cleaning, iJamlrofT 1'realcd,
Hair .dressed daily by ihe month for
Eldtidge block- A. M. ELKINS.
terest accrued thereon.,,, 2,930 10
Total liabilities 809,472 53
By funds In hand or county
treasurer applicable to
the payment of county
warrants $ V20 00
By estimated unpaid cm
rent taxes applicable" to
the payment of co.inty
warrants, 1894 ?,0J 00
By estimated unpaid cur
rent taxes applicable to
the payment of com.ty
warrants, 1895 18,548 94
10 TO 1.
Sixteen to one will agree that spot
cash will buy more goods at The Fair
than any other place in Salem.
O. P. Dauuy, Prop.
P. A Uv Tlnht,. Bnrr. Ii J
m Bookseller. W
Hats and Caps,
Sizes 33, 34 and
at $15 $1750 and $20 are sold now at
Other Goods in Like
We will sell all the rcmants accumulated during our past
busy season regardless of cost. Remnants of dress goods, sUk
flannels, muslins, ginghams, outings, prints, etc
257 Commercial st,
Exhibited Pooh, Judgment. In
view of the Bryan Rally to be given
in the armory this evening, under the
auspices of the "Students Bryan Freo
Sliver club," members of that club
nncrofi t.hrecof the hand bllle at dif
ferent points on tho university campus
Tuesday afternoon, announcing the
meeting. President W. O. Hawley, of
the unlvesity, who i" ono of those pre
judiced single standard men.happeued
to spy the posters this morning and at
otu-e destroyed t hem but left a large
McKinlev & Hobart poster where It
had remained unmolested for n num
ber of weeks. Had he removed ALL
posters nothing would have been
iniiiutd iiR-mbeis of the University
VcKii.liy vt Ilobart club expressed
luuir itki',-s "L sucl1 actions. The
wiyvi"! hnvc u crowded house to
A FucfT. Judge Pipes received
c'iMlv en brace at the armory last eve
ningi talking McKlnley Democracy.
Hu had only a handful of hearers, and
had to introduce himself. It Is pre
sumed that he also quit of his own accord.
Blue Boxes ok
Phone 40 For
of the E, G Small
are selling at just onehalf what they
were sold for before.
35suits of coat, vest
and Gommercial Streets,
A Big Improvement,
The work or removing the old plank
sidewalk on tho south side of the gro
cery establishment or Harriet Law
renco on Ferry street and on Com
mercial In front of the same business
house and also those of Geo. 0. Will
Gilbert Brothers, and J. C. Mills'
was commenced this moraine nreair.
atory to the construction of a cement
wane, -rue woric win oe done ty the
Labor Exchange, Wm. Ratiburg act
ing as foreman.
The ono story brick building on
Ferry street between Front and Cqhi
merclal, has been completed so far as
brickwork Is concerned. Carpenters
are now at work and the building will
soon be ready for occupancy.
Incase of J. A. Roberts vs. John
Savage Jr., which was tried before
Justice II. A. Johnson Tuesday after
noon, the Jury returned a verdict la
favor of defendant.
Judge 0'Day, of Portland, will ad
dress the citizens of Lincoln precinct
at Aumsville on Friday Oct. 30th at
7:30 p. m. Don't fall to hear this
eminent Irish orator on free coinage
1 of sliver.
stock, consisting of
arid pants formerly sold i