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Dally Capital Journal
BY MOPBR BROTHBRS,
THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1896.
'$ DAILY LINK TO PORTLAND,
1 Mackintosh Time 1,
'Supt. Peeble's Well-Regulated
Wc have a lot ot macHin' , schools.
toshes of all qualities, consists . a Summary of Superintendent
ing of broken lines of former JPcebrs regular monthly report to the
7c tU-t i. Uavt anrtpd scliool board for the month of school
H Altona and Ramona
Portland, 0:45 a. m.
Salem 7 a. m.. except Sunday.
Quick time, regular service and cheapg
M. P. BALDWIN,
Florence and Oneita
Good values at $1, 1.25. Better ones
at $2 to $3.
Wo show some extra values at 60c
and 75c. The line Includes a com
plete assortment up to $." 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, $1.25
New line of heavy weights. Best
values ever shown. 50c, 05c, 75c, $1
Our famous world beaters,$9,$10,S12.
J, J, Dalrymple Co.
J. M. Kylo was In Gcrvats, Wednes
day. "Wm. Brown was In Woodburn to
day. Attorney Webster Holmes is in
W. W. Brooks was a Portland visi
S. M. Stock went to Portland this
II. J. Ottenhelmer was in Albany
lion. Til Ford returned this morn
ing, from Sclo.
"W. A. Hamilton had business in
Geo. Stutesman has returned from
the Sound country.
Ed. 0. Ilerren returned today from
the upper valley.
District Attorney S. L. Hayden is
home from Albany.
Mrs. R. D. Gilbert is home from a
visit with Jefferson friends.
Misses Addle and Maud Denham re
turned ;this afternoon from Albany.
Landlord A. I. Wagner, of The "Wil
lamette, went to Portland this after
noon. Col. P. V. Drako of Portland, went
to Woodburn this afternoon where he
N. J. Cull, of Heppncr, was a Salem
visitor today. Ho is a life long Re
publican who will vote for Bryan,
J. Roberts returned this morning
from a business trip to Seattle in the
interest of the Salem Woolen mills.
Rev. B. Orth, pastor of St. Law
rence Catholic church, of East Port
land, was tho guest of Rev. J. S.
"White on Wednesday.
At the Opera IIouse. Commis
sioner HigglnB arrived in the city this
morning and will speak in the Opera
House this evening on "The Social
Work of tho Salvation Army" to
which an admission fee of 10 cents will
bo charged. About twenty members
of tho Salem division woro at tho
train to meet Mr. nigglns.
Don't qo East Until you have
seen the undersigned, who can quoto
you tho lowest rates furnish you your
through tlckots, sleeping car berths,
und arrango for a pleasant trip via the
Union i.Jacitio system, uoiso ccuarKor,
agents, Salem, Or. 10 15 4w
Are our school shoes. Wear llko Iron,
solid as a rock, nicely finished, up to
date styles. Try them for your child
ren ana you will use no other. Call
for Little Glauts.
Our Ladies' and Men's Shoes
Aro equally us good. Now styles.
Good values. "Wo glyo tho best lit the
market for yourmonoy. This is what
"causes bucIi an increase in our shoo
wiles. Try us for shoes. "We can
Far Men and Boys'
Underwear, hats, gloves, clothing,
mackintoshes, overcoats, shirts, col
lars and cufffl Always go to
,Wiltf &$ Co,
Tho Cash Dry Goods, Clothing and
Shoe House, 'v u,
Xuy "Iron Clad".Hoso for Boys.
seasons, mat wc
out, and can give you a gcrV
uine bargain. There are
sizes aod the garments arc per
fectly good, The price 1 Well,
sometimes a third, sometimes a
half, Pay you to see them.
Our great $5 one is that new
double texture, double detach
able cape, plaid lined, English
henrietta, silk sewn.
BRYAN RALLY SATURDAY.
Senator Slater and Judge Crowell at
Saturday evening October 31, there
will be a meeting at the armory which
will be of historical significance. On
that occasion our people will have a
hort address from Hon J. H. Slater,
x-Congrcssman and ex-United States
Senator from Oregon. Mr. Slater is
in ardent supporter of Bryan and
iqiiiil coinage fur gold and silver, and
many old-timers will be glad to greet
the former representative of our state
.Mr. Slater served In congress from
1872 to 1874, and In the United StatcB
senate from 1870 to 1885. It will be a
,'mihI tiu'eting, beginning at 8 o'clock
p. m. and .an entertaining program
will be had.
In addition to Senator Slater, the
Honorable Judge Crowell, of Jackson
county, will speak. Both these gen
tlemen are able and logical leaaoners.
They handle public matters from the
itandpolnt of the people and will be
greeted by a large audience. Every
body conic out and hear these
?A musical concert.
At East Salem Central Chapel Friday
Tomorrow evening Prof. Heritage
and Winkler, assisted by their pupils,
will give a concert in the East Salem
Central chapel the proceeds of which
will be given to the church towards
defraying the expenses contracted in
constructing their new house of
worship. So -worthy a cause should
receive a liberal patronage of the
music loving people of Salem, for
with such a program In the hands of
such talented musicians the affair
can but bo a grand success. Only a
nominal admission fee will be asked.
The program is as follews:
Rolling In Foaming Billows.. Hayden
Mr. W. P.TBabcock.
Water Sprites Langc
Miss Hallie "Watson.
Heart's Springtime "Wlckede
Miss Annie D. Atwood.
Les Sylphes Bachman
Mr. "Wm. Caldwell.
The Guardian Angel Gounod
Miss Maude Jackson.
Mrs. Viola Holland.
Miss Nettie Becknor.
The Sea and tho Wind Fairlamb
Miss Lillian Roblln.
La Cascade Paner
Prof. Emll L. Winkler.
The Two Grenadiers Schumam
Prof. R. A. Heritage.
The piano to bo used In this concert
is kindly furnished by the leading
piano dealer of Salem Mr. C. A.
In assault and battery case of W.
Long vs. D. vandercook, which was
tried beforo Recorder Edes and Jury
Tuesday afternoon, tho jury returned
a sealed verdict Wednesday afternoon
declaring tho defendant to be guilty
and recommending him to mercy of
court. In default of $10 fine and costs
imposed on him, tho defendant was
committed to county jail. ,
Joint Debate. J. P. Robertson ar
rived home this morning from Clack
amas county where ho has been speak
ing. Last evening he attended a joint
debate at nubbard between Jesse
Jones and W. T.Rlgdon,in which the
former was completely knocked out by
tho little Salem undertaker.
Judge Crowell will speak at Wood-
burn, Friday evening, October 30, on
free coinage. Ho is an able orator
and no one can afford to miss the
Loses A Fine House. Last night
tho flno 2 year-old Ally, by Horncsdalo,
a noted trotter of Oregon, owned by
Jacknarkins, died. It was consid
ered one of tho finest colts In tho
Evehy Lady Favofablo to Bryan
is requested to meet at tho Armory
building on Saturday, at 2 p. m.,to or
ganize n ladles' Bryan club. . Sco fur
dFoji Life. John Campbell.of Crook
county, was today committed to the
penitentiary for life for murder in tho
Wanted. Girl to do general house
work. ApplyjlW nigh Btwte103.
endlncr October 23. presents the fol-
TJ' lowing statistics relative to the en-
11 I pAlltiinnf ntn rtt.
Number of days taught for school
month, 19. (A vacation of one day
was granted during the state fair.)
Whole,pumbcr of days' attendance,
Whole number of days' absence,
Total cases of tardiness, 40
Whole number of boys enrolled, 760.
Whole number girls enrolled, 725.
Total number of pupils enrolled,
Total number of pupils registered
with the school clerk as desiring to
attend school to October 23, 1,549.
Ayerage number belonging during
the month, 1,349.
Average dally attendance, 1,290.
Number remaining in school Octo
ber 23, 1,304.
Whole number neither absent nor
tardy during the month, 791.
Cases of corporal punishment, 10.
Cases of suspension, 1.
Number of visitors, 149.
The school making best record for
attendance and punctuality the Lin
The school may now be said to be In
good working order. Several import
ant changes in the grammar grado
classes have been made by the super
intendent. Additional classes have
been formed at the Lincoln school.
They are 0 a, 7 b and 7 a classes.
This change was made In response to
a petition of patrons and with the
consent of the principal und the
teachers of the Lincoln school. Much
additional work Is thus imposed upon
the teachers of that school though tho
patrons, whose children are specially
concerned In the matter, are greatly
pleased with the superintendent's ac
tion. Twelve" or more pupils are saved an
extra two-mile walk each day in order
to reach a school building where class
accommodations for them existed.
The entire 7 A. class at North school
was transferred to the East school.
This action was done in order to re
lievo Mr. Garland of a class and at the
same time gives the pupils concerned
a better opportunity for .'the personal
attention of the teacher. Mr. Gar
land has two classes numbering in all
40 or more pupils after this change
Some complaints hare been made
during the month of boys balonglng
to the schools, engaging In quarreling
and lighting on the road home from
school. The matter has received
prompt attention. The school auth
orities reserve tho right to administer
corporal punishment or even to sus
pend pupils from school for such out
rageous conduct. It is to be hoped no
further complaints may be necessary
on this score. Patrons are earnestly
requested to cooperate with the teach
ing in maintaining good discipline.
Labor Exchange Ball. There
will be a grand ball given at the La
bor Exchange hall. The best of
music. An enjoyable time guaranteed.
Tickets 50. Refreshments and supper
at reasonable prices. Everybody in
vited. Friday evening, Oct. 30.
378 Church Street.
Salem Oct. 20 1890. j
E. B. Sllm,resldent agent Oxyvita,
I have been a chroic invalid for
over lifteen years, being a sufferer
from heart itrouble, nervous prostra
tion and many accompanying ail
ments. Tno weeks use of your Oxy
vita has shown a wonderful improve
ment In my general health, It having
done mo infinitely more good than any
other treatment I ever used. 1 will
bo pleased to meet or hear from any
27 3t Mrs. C. S. Brock.
Scores op Boxes. Tho New York
Racket has Just recleved the largest
lot of tho "Star 5 Star" boots and
shoes thoy havo yet recieved, in men
and boy' boots and shoes, fine and
coarse, and ladles' and Misses' heavy
and fine shoes of all kinds. They have
a flno lot for ladles and children espec
ially adapted for winter wear. Call
and save money. eod-2d-lw.
That Poster Kemoved. This
Morning President W. C. Hawley
ordered 5tho large McKlnley and
Hobart poster removed from tho uni
versity stairway, whero it had re
mained unmolested for several weeks.
D Correction. Tho Old Folks' Whist
club met with Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Wright Monday evening, and not at
Mrs. Wm. England's, as lieretoforo reported.
Good tea is extremely
good you may not know
Try Schilling's Best; if
you don't like it, your gro
cer will pay your money
back in full., .J?
, A Schilling; & Company ' "
4?J SanFrancitco ?; 87
The Money Market.
New York, Oct. 29,-The slmic
what apathetic spcculatlan in stocks
today was enlivened by -the extreme
strlgcncy or rates for call money. The
first loan was made at 10 per cent.
The rate then jumped to 15 pci cent
and at 2:43 p. in. was 100 per cent and
in brisk demand. Business was otily
moderate, as the offerings ot funds
were extremely light. Tho immediate
cause of the stringency was the call
ing of loans by some of the banks
that wished to prepare themselves for
the possible large demands tomorrow.
Banks as a rule are reserving their
surplus funds for the accommodation
of. their regular customers who are
being supplied at six per cent.
San Francisco, Oct. 29. Wheat
began climbing upwards today, as
cending nine points over the low point
of yesterday. Brokers have great ex
pectations of much higher prices un
til the eve of election day and there Is
much betting on a big rise up to Mon
day night. December wheat opened
yesterday at $1.30 per cental and
closed at noon today at $1.38fr. May
opened yesterday at $1.34 and closed
at noon today at $1,433.
Chicago, Oct. 29. Wheat opened
decidely strong but nervous this
morn 1 tig. December advanced quickly
from 711 a 72, the opening price, to 73
cents. The northwest receipts showed
a considerable increase over last year.
This started prices downward, Dec
ember touching 72. Later cables
showed further advance and the price
quickly shot up again to 73J. React
ing to 721.
London Oct. 29. At Baltic today,
holders of wheat were asking Cd ad
vance. The market was steadier.
Twelve thousand quarters of Califor
nia wheat, November delivery was
sold 33s 3d. .
New York, Oct. 29. Silver,
2 60. ,5 '
Chicago, Oct. 29 'Hogs -Light $3,13
345; heavy $3,oo3 65.
Cattle Uecves 5Jf. 50(0)5.05; cows, aud
heifers $1.50(3. 90. j
Sheep Good steady
"A Woman Intervenes,"
by Robt. Barr.
" Hegel's Philosophy of
"Tho Comedy of Senti
ment," by Nordan.
"Mrs. Gerald," by Maria
Louise Peel. v
"Stephen, a Soldier of the
".Jean Haste," by Haggard
"Women's Work In the
Home," by Archdeacon Far
rar. "Amos Judd," by J. A.
"Friends in Council," by
Sir Arthur Phelps.
The Children of tho Cold,'
by Frederick Scwatka.
For sale by
F. S, Dearborn,
Scalp Cleaning, jJamlrufT Treated,
Hair dressed daily by ihe month for
Eldridge block- A. M. ELKINS.
AT MARION'S CAPITAL.
F.Wegner,a native of Prussia; Hans
Jensen, of Denmark, and Gotlfreld
Grossenbacher, of Switzerland, have
renounced their allegiance to theh
native lands and will hereafter be
subjects of Uncle Sam.
Marriage licenses were Iued on
Wednesday afternoon as fill 1 vs: .1: r.
McNeill and Elizabeth W.Ole s: n; L.
W. Lee and Ella Tallent.
The petition of John lit I J. . c t -mlnistrator
of Christopher Kr.mbs
deceased, for an order authorizing
him to sell the real property of the es
tate, will be heard by Judge Terrell
on Decmbcr 5th.
Tho work of preparing the ballots
and election supplies for the seveial
precincts was completed this morning
by Deputy County Clerk J. B. Glesy.
It will require the remainder of the
week however to distribute the ballot
Square Up. The best all-round,
snuare-ut) bon-ton meals for ev !iy-
body are served at the White Iloue
restaurant by KenwOithy & George.
Come down and get a box of Buttermilk Soap 3 cakes in a box
price per box 10c. We would like to have you try our fancy table
syrups. We can suit you. "Morning Glory" syrup is clear, sweet
and appetizing. "Tea Garden" drips Is a pure sugar syrup no
glucose enters into its composition. In color it is darker than
"Morning Glory," but in flavor Is unsurpassed and the more you
eat the more you want.
flflRRITT & LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery,
Agents for "WorldxBeater" Soap,"
Chicago, Oct. 29. Wheat, cash 690
Dec 71 c.
Portland, Oct. 29. Wheat valley,6768c
Walla Walla, 68.
Flour Portland, 4.00; Benton county,
4.00; graham, 3.25; superfine, $2.50 per bbl
Oats White, 3536c; grey, 3i32;rolled
in bags, $4.255-25i barrels, 4.5o7.oo;
Potatoes.. Oregon, 35050c per sack
Hay.. Good, ioio.50 per ton.
Wool.. Valley, 89c; Eastern Oregon
Millstufis.. 13 ran, $13.00 ;shorts,$l4.5o.
Poultry Chickens,mixed,$2,25a2.5o; broil,
ers, $i.ooi.75; ducks, $233; geese, $56;
turkeys, live, 10.
Hides.. green, salted 60 lbs 6370; under
60 lbs 44c; sheep pelts, io7oc,
Butter.. Oregon fancy creamery, 3J40
fancy dairy, 2535; fair to good, 2o22
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 30,
Eggs.. Oregon, 22c per doz.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Oct. 29. Wheat, May
Wool..Oiegonl choice, io($iio; inferiors
7c, valley, 8oc.
Hops Quotable at6c for new.
Potatoes 2o3oc per sack.
Wheat.. 56Jc per bu., market firm.
Oats. 27 28c.
Hay.. Baled, cheat, 8.005 timothy 9.00
Flour, .In wholesale lots, 3.90; retail,
4.00; bran, bulk 11.5013.50; sacked, 12.00;
shorts, 12.5013.50; chop feed, ii.oo
Poultry., Hens 4c; Spring chickens, 4c lb
VealDressed, 3 yt.
Hogs.. Dressed, 2&3.
Live Cattle.. iji2.
Sheep.. Live, 1.25.
Wool, .Best, 12V4C.
Eggs.. Cash. 18c.
Butter.. Best dairy, 15 c; fancy creamery
Farm Smoked Meats MBaccn, 6c;hami
90; shoulders, $cj r o.
Hops at Gervais.
M. y. Skiff went to Gervais today to
look after his hops. His crop this
year amounted to 00,000 pounds. As
per contract made three years since he
disposed of 20,000 ponnds at 13 cents
per pound. He recently accepted 7
cents per pound for 10,000 pounds and
has been offered 10 cents for the re
maining 10,000 pounds. This is one
Instance, at least, where the
grower is fortunate, 13 cents being
about 3 cents in advance of the mar
ket price for choice hops.
t . 'HI
Wo have in prospect an engage
ment of the celebrated Schubertr Syn
phony. Club and Lady Quartette
Company, and it is expected that
they will be secured topive one of
their delightful entertainments in
this city about November 15th, pro
viding a hundred names can be secured
on the subscription list. "Wo have un
dertaken to try and get this delight
ful Concert Conipuny here. If you
wish to have this first class Company
to come put your name on the list
now at our store and aid us to get the
required number of names.
Lessees and Managers Deed's Opera
Friday aiid Satiir
SPECIAL SALE OF-
M a 1 K i 1 1
Entire line at reduced prices, Big bargains
-.. 7 9
'y s isr
57 Commercial st.
From October 20 to and including October 31, we -will
give 20 per cent reduction on all lines. Can you make
money fiibter than by buying your full supply now?
Ivlen's S14 suits, less 20 per cent . .
Men's S10 suits, less 20 per cent . .
Boys' S4.50 suits, less 20 per cent.
Boys' $3 suits. less 20 per cent . . .
fume while tho sale lasts, as these prices will not be
duplicated after Oetober 31.
-E. F. .NEFF-
THEC BOYS' OUTFITTER,
297 Commercial street Salem,
Diaductive Cure of Disease Through the Use of
11 ?I Xb ill f n
f I X Y w 1 1 H
It Is useless to enumerate the many ills which arc dally eradica
ted from the human systeui'throiigh tho use of Oxyvita. Write
or call and we will explain why In every aflliction we can relieve
the sufferer and guide them to perfect health.
E. B. SLIM,
Resident agent 'Oxyvita" Ch itwm House, Salem.
WE HAVE THEMI
Come on Boys
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THE WILLAMETTc HOTEL
LBADINGr HOTEL OF THE.' CITY,
Reduced rates. ' Management hoeral. Electric cars leave hotel .for all public
;, of ;n,, Snia! rates will be civen to permanent patrons.
Ijj" Gray Bros, "So-
Hardware, Stoves and nnwjj
uMffil Salem, OrM
E. C, HANSEN. MANAGER-
' - ' ' . htock
""" hxcV I State Ins
Jnlygood horses used, -kihfacuon guarantee!. StabU bac