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Daily Capital Journal.
BY HOKBR BhOI'HUUS,
TUESDAY, 2sOV. 10, 1890.
Dr. Jaeger's stockinet in the
white "K" quality, 48inch,
The finrst flannel made for in
fants and children.
ON, THE GRID-IRON...
DAILY LINE 10 PORTLAND,
t Altona and Ramona
-Portland, 0:45 a. m. , ,
Salem :4S a. except- ounuay.
Quick time, regular service and cheap
A new line of Cocque Boas
in the lonor stvlc. 50c. A line
of handsome Hackle Boas, long,
$1.00. Everybody now wears
the feather boas.
Gentlemen's initial handker . te:s. did
chiefs, full line ql letters in a
pure linen, hemstitched initial,
extra good value, 25c.
Notes of the Games and Players Partic- Business Transacted in Other Depart-
ipating In the Sport. i ments of Court House.
Ideal -foot-bal! weatlicrl j Following docket, entries were made
Pacific College at Newbcrg, cvl- in Judge Hewitt's court Menday:
tlently lias a very good football team Schuyler Rue Insolvent; continued.
'this year. About ten days ago tliey H S Simon. Inselvent: continued.
defeated the McMlnnvllIe team with Fremont Arnold vs V J Bolter, as
a score or 54 to 0. However, they will siK11Cnt: ordered that the taxes for
not participate in the Intercollegiate isoj bo paid out of the first money
football tournament. coming into the hands of the assignee.
The game to have been played in Continued.
Salem last Saturday, between the Mary Strong vs
Chemawa and Willamette University foreclesure: continued
Geo Hcrrcn ct al,
A line of
. Boas . j,
J, J, Dalrymple Co,
Major Walter Toozc, of Woodburn,
was In the city today,
Mrs. P. D. Pruhty is visiting a
daughter In Ashland-
Rcv. J. S. White was a passenger to
Albany this morning.
Gov. and Mrs. W. P. Lord returned
this morning from Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. -Berts Casey came up
from Poitland this morning.
Supt. D. A. Payne, of the Insane
Asylum, was in Portland today.
E. P. Moscow, the Woodburn attor
ney, Is, in the city attending court.
Assistant State treasurer "N. L.
Hodgkin has been quite 111 for a few
Mitchell of Gervais, was a Salem vis
Simon Bittncr.of Portlaud is in the
city visiting his parents, Rev. and
Mrs. P. Blttner.
Mrs. Morse, sister of Mrs. II. L.
Barkley, of Woodburn, is quite 111 of
G. R. Child, salesman for the Spice
House of J. Folger & Co.. was the
guest of A. C. Laurence last evening.
Mr. J. A. Rlchcrdson is home from
Portland last evening to be at the
bedside of his mother Mrs. R. n.
Dearborn who Is seriously ill.
Rev. II. I. Blttner returned to
Portland this morning, having yes
terday attended the silver wedding of
his father Rev. P. Blttner of this
Rev. and Mrs. P. Blttner yesterday
celebrated their 25th wedding anni
versary or silver wedding. The
members of the congregatiqn of the
German Evangelical church called
on their pastor and wife dur
ing the day aud presented numerous
beautiful and costly gifts.
The Freight Rates. Salem busi
ness people arc taking steps to secure
a reduction of thejeccntly established
outrageous rates between here and
Portlaud. It is said the Labor Ex
change has a move on foot to place an
independent Iboat on the river, and
other movements -are in progress.
M'kinley is Elected And busi
ness is going on at the old stand, 211
Commercial street. You will Jlnd all
the latest designs for fall and winter
suitings, trousers, etc. If you want
goods made up for Thanksgiving, call
ut once as we have many orders on
hand. O.II.Lane,the tailor. 10-2t-eod.
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, 6alt rheum, fever
sores, tctter.chappcd hands,chllblalns,
corn, and all skin eruptions, aud posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to nivo perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price 25
tents per box. For sale by Fred A
Amved at Last
Our now 'lines of mixed dress
goods are now in stock. Wo can sell
you all wool mixed dress goods iu
handsome, stylish designs for 25c. u
yard. Better ones at -100. Also some
very choice ones ut 85c. a yard. New
lines of 5c. and 10c. outing llannels,
fleeced back llannellettcs serges and
It & G corsets, Foster's Kid Gloves,
.Willis Bros, d Co.
and Mrs. P. Bittner Celebrate
Monday marked the 25th anniver
sary of the marriage of Rev. and Mrs.
P. Blttner, of the German Evangeli
cal church and the occasion was
largely celebrated. In the morninsr
the older members of the congrega
tion gathered at the home of their
pastor from whence they repaired 'to
tjie church where an eloquent sermon
was delivered by Rev. II. I. Bittner,
of Portland. During the services the
right of baptism was administered to
Myrtle Ruth, the youngest daughter
of Rev. and Mis. Blttner. Following
the services the party returned to the
pastor's residence where a sumptuous
dinner was partaken of. The after
noon was spent most pleasantly in
singing and with social converse.
Many beautfful and appropriate
presents were presented Rev. ana
Mrs. Bittner by Portland and Salem
friends and the occasion was a most
enjoyable one. Those present were:
Rev. and Mrs. Bittner, of Salem, Rev.
and Mrs. II. I. Bittner and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Blttuer, of Portland;Rcv.
and Mrs. E. Maurer, of Salem; Mr.
and Mrs. II. G. Sonneman, Mr. and
Mrs J. Amsler. Mr. and Mrs.J. Stlert,
Mr. Und Mrs. D. Slewert, Mr. and
Mrs. Bergnjan, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Shoupp, Mr. and Mrs. F. Aschenbren
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, Mr. and Mrs.
Jansen, Mrs. and Miss Pfennleg.
In the evening the young members
and friends of the church took pos
session of the church and the pastor's
residence. They gathered at the
church and enjoyed an address by
Rev. II. I. Blttner, "of Portland, that'
was especially directed to young peo
ple. The estimable family then re
ceived the congratulations from tho
assembly. The merry party returned
to the pastor's home where a delicious
supper that had been awaiting their
arrival was hastily disposed of. Sing
ing,lnstrumental music, and social
conversation followed. The affair
was one long to be remembered by
those participating. At a late hour
after wishing their highly respected
pastor and wife many happy returns
of the day, the young folks departed.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. P.
Blttner, Rev. and Mrs. II. I. Blttner,
Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bittner, Mr.
and Mrs. J, Shulse, Mrs. E. Maurer;
Misses SwafTord, nubbard, Bronson,
Maggie Graber, Hulda Slewert, Lena
Shulse, Bortha Roth, "MedaJSIewcrt,
Ida Amsler, Ida Janzeh, Emma As'cli
enbrenner, Almlra Bittner, Hmma
Wegner, and Eva Bittner; Messrs. A.
A. Slewert, II. Jiwscn, S. A. Seiwert,
II. Amsler, J. Luschcr, J. Miller, P.
Graber, Jonn Graber, G. Shulse,
Arthur Jansen, A. F. Blttner. A. II.
Bittner. S. P. Blttner. Omar Bittner.
A Chryanthemum Tea.
Monday afternoon from 2 to 4
o'clock Mrs. John Drew Southerland
ontertaincd about sixty guests at a
'chrysanthemum tea," which was
the lincst affair of the kind given this
season. Tho hostess is one of the
most successful growers of this
oriental bloom and the family, con
servatory contributed liberally to the
adornment and interest of tho event.
Tho occasion of this social event was
not a "Golden Wedding," but the
"Queen" of the hour proved a "Beau
Ideal" in the "Constellation" of
Mutual Friends " Many of tho guests
present were bedecked in "Ostrich
Plumes," "Ivory" and 'the "Latest
Fad," Amongo the delicacies of the
magnificent menu was the famous
"Sugar Loaf." The guests from
above wore arrayed In tho rarest colors
and most delicate costumes. Promi
nent among them were Mrs. Gov.
Fifor, Mrs. Potter Palmer, Mrs. E.
J. Hill, Madam Alphous Hardy,
Misses Minnie Wannamakor, Gladys
and Ada Spaulding, Mabel Ward,
AunivManda,Ruth Clovcland, Lillian
Russell, Lalla Rooko and Lillian
Byrd. Messrs Louis Boehmer, Cha?.
Davis, J. C. Vaughan, Judge Benedict,
Geo. W. Chllds, Maj. Bomohnffon, and
numerous other products of tho con
servatory. Now walking hats, sailors andTams
just in at The Leader. MAE.lJraserr
The Cash Dry Goods, ;QJpthlngJand .Jw
not take place, owing to
the failure of the Chemawa team to
"show up." However, the boys may
Chester Murphy, who so accept
ably filled the position of cap
tain of the Willamette University
football team last year, is winning
considerable fame on the California
gridiron. Ho is at present captain of
tho freshman team of Stanford Uni
versity, which so badly defeated tho
Berkeley freshmen team last Sanurday,
with a scoicof 14 to 4. Mr. Murphy
is in correspondence with members of
the Salem team, and kindly keeps
them informed as to the latest football
tactics, which are utilized by the
local team to the best possible advan-
.nOn next Saturday afternoon the
'University team expects to go to
Monmounth and play a match game
with the team from the State Normal
school, nlocatcd at that city. The
boys expect to make the trip in
Basey's wagonette, and an interesting
game I? anticipated, should the
weather be pleasant, .1 great many
Salemites Zwill probably accompany
tho team, and "whoop 'er up!"
Last Saturday afternoon the O. A.
C. team, of Corvallls, played a pratice
game of football with the U. of O.
team at Eugene, in which the "farm
ers" were defeated, the score being 2
to 0. The game was very close and
exciting. Tho game gives evidence
of a remarkable improement on the
part of the Corvallis team or, on the
other hand, a weakening of tho Eu
gene team. However conclusions may
be drawn from the result of the final
game. Speaking of the game the Eu
gene Guard comments as follews:
' "W. U., of Salem, one of the
strongest teams last year Is weakened
this season by the loss of some of its
best material. O. A. C, of Corvallis.
which did not put up so good a game
as desired last year, has been reported
all along to be much stronger thl3
year. U. of O , of this city, lias re
ceived more scientific training this
year than last and is composed of
equally as good material as it was
last season. The U. of O., who hold
the state championship, have be
lieved all along that the light this
year for tho championship would be
with O. A. C, hence the result of Sat
urday's game, which is in reality only
a practice game, was looked forward
to as a forecast of the resultrof the
final game of the scries.
The team lined up us follew:
o a c u of o
McAlister c Gilleland
Krihle r g Stuart
Feather 1 g Smith
Walter 1 t Herbold
Thurston r t Eastland
Stimpson r e C Travis
Osburu 1 e Coleman
Ilange 1 h Bishop
Stimpson r h F Templcton
Burnett q b McClanahan
Brightsop f b Davidson
The fight was hard from the start.
O. A. C's made slow gains bucking U.
O.'s center. U. O.'S'galns wore made
around the ends principally.
In second half, U. O. scored two
points on a safety.
The University team twrns out very
satisfactorily each evening and good
practice games arc had daily. W. P.
Babcock, in his performances on the
field Saturday, proved himself to-bo
perfectly familiar with the game
that his last year's training had not
been in vain Aleck Moir, the quart
erback, Is a plucky player and is de
veloping quite rapidly Into a valuable
player. Savage and Trultt, as tackles,
are perfectly at home. Joe Evans was
out last evening for the first time and
surprised his numerous friends, Rid
ings, as guard, is 0110 of the pluckiest
players In the team and does most ef
fective servico on the field. In all the
team Is equally as strong this year as
last, our lino being even more impre
gnable than that of last year.
A T Savage, insolvent; continued.
Silvia A Green vs John Knight ct
al, fnjhnctlon; continued.
Ellen O'Connor Pembroke ctai vi
JoannaOlConnor O'Brien ct al;motiot
to continue and dismiss overruled
Jas McCmirt, vs G W Johns et al,
equity; motion to continue overruled.
R D Holman vs W B McCallister et
al, foreclosure of mechanics' licnj de
fault as to McCallister ctal.contlnucd.
J II Albert vs City of Salem and A
U Dilley, injunction; motion to strike
out parts of answer overruled and de
murrer to defendants' second further
and separated answer and plea of es
DECISION IN GUIEItSON ESTATE.
Judge G. P. Terrell today handed
down a decree and order in the case
of the Capital Consolidated Gold and
Silver Mining Co. vs. tho Grierson
estate. Tho case was argued before
Judge Terrell, several weeks since,
and taken under advisement. The
decision is as follews: It is ordered,
adjudged and decreed by this court,
that assessment of No. 3, for the sum
of $191.95 and the whole thereof, be
and the same is hereby rejected and
disallowed. It is further, ordered,
adjudgod-and decreed, that assessment
No 4, for the sum of $167.97 bo and
the same is hereby allowed, and the
administrators of said estate are or
dered and directed to pay the same to
said corporation, in due course
of admlniitration and that each
party pay their costs and dis-
hnranniAnta linrnln I
Sheriff F. T. Wrightman today
turned over to Treasurer G. L. Brown
$3,257.67 in delinquent taxes for 1895,
TO wed. .
County Clerk L. Y.Elilen" today is
sued a marriage license to C. B.Weiser
and Sophia Schiewe.
ASSISTANT IN CLERK'S OFFIEE.
Miss Grace' Cleaver has been given
employment In the county clerk's
office for a few days.
A new illustrated ed
itionof Oxford Bibles
with reterenccs.aids and
helps concordance in
the back good maps,
plain or indexed, New
stock just received, new
F. S, Dearborn,
Tlrt n4 fA4i it. .x e.
. ..Kt( ui irom now until rw t ..
our entire stock a. Jtfi
We Must Have Mon
and will make great sacrifices to
JOHNSON. -At the family home In
Edglcwood, Monday evening No
vember 10,1896, to Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Johnson a son.
The new paterfamilias is motorman
for the Salem Consolidated Street
Railway Company and was all smiles
Whist Cluu Meets. Judge and
Mrs. C. E. Wolverton last evening
pleasantly entertained the Old Folks
Whist club at their homo on Cliemc
kcta street. First prizes were awarded
Mrs. D. A. Paine and Mr. E.M.Waitc,
while Mrs. E.M.Walte and R.B.Flem
ing received the boobies. The club
will meet with Mr. aud Mrs. R. B.
Fleming next Monday evening.
Capes and Jackets,
Blankets and Quilts,
a letter written by Rev. T. C.'in-'
imn, ol Uimomlalu. Midi
New Yoilc, Nov. 10. Silver, 6sc;f leid
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any
season, but perhaps more generally needed
when the liver is torpid nud sluggish and the
need of a tonic nnd alterative is felt. A
prompt use of this medicine lias often averted
loni and pethaps fatal billions fevers. No
medicine will act more surely in counteract
ing and freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Constipa.
tion, Dirtiness yeild to Electric Hitters, so
cents and S.100 per bottle at Fred A. Legg's
We want your tea-trade
for the rest of your life.
Do you see now how we
can afford to say: "Get
every sort of Schilling's
Best of your grocer, and
gut your money back on
what you don't like"?
Chicago, Nov. 10 Ilogs-'I.ight $3.2t
3.65; heavy 53.053 60.
Cattle Beeves $3.5o5.to; cows
heifers $1.603 05.
Chicago. Nov 10 Wheat, cash
PORTLAND MARK P. r.
Portland, Nov.io. Wheat val!ey,7778i
waua waua, 74.
Flour Portland, ! Kenton count 00 bbl
4.00; graham, 3.25; superline.1'$2.5o per 4,
Oats White, 3536c; grev, 3i32;rolleJ
in bags, $4.255.25. ) barrels, 4.5o7.oo;
Potatoes.. Oregon, 3511500 per sack
Hay.. Good, loIo.50 per ton.
Wool.. Valley, Soc; Kastern Oregon
Poultry- Chickens, mixed, $2.2532. 50; broil
crs, $1 ooi.75j ducks, $2a3; geese, $56;
turkeys, ivu, 10.
Hides.. green, salted 60 lbs 6a7c; undei
60 lbs 44c; sheep pelts, to7oc.
Butter. .Oregon fancy creamery, 3540
fancy dairy, 2535; fair to Reed, 20(0)2?'$
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 30.
Eggs.. Oregon, 22c per doz.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Nov. io.--Whsat, May
Wool. .Oregon "choice, 10(1 ic; inferior 3
7c, valley, 8oc.
Hops Quotable a6c for new.
Potatoes 2o3oc per sack.
Oats Milling, 1.05(0)1.20.
Wheat.. 6ac per uu., market Iirni.
Hay.. Baled, cheat, 8.00; timolh) 9.00(a)
Flour.. In wholesale lots, 3.90; retail,
4 00; bran, bulk n.5012.50; sacked, 12.00;
shorts, 12.5013.50; chop feed, ii.oo
Poultry.. Hens 5c; Springchickens,$i.8o d
Hogs ..Dressed, 2VJ3.
Live Cattle.. 1 2.
Sheet,.. Live, 1.25.
Wool.. Best, I2c.
Hop.. Best, 4jo,
Butter.. Best dairy,
Farm Smoked Meats
90; shoulders, 5c?
Potatoes, ,30c per tiu
we are permit ' u
to make this extract; ''I have no he-imtiin
na recomending Dr. Kinj'. n.w discovery, as
the results were nlmost marvelous in the cise
of my wife. While I was pastor of the I'.ap
tist Church at Rives Junction she was bronchi
down with Pneumonia succeding La Grippe,
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would Inst
hours with little interuption nnd it seemed as
if she could not survive them. A friend reco
mended Dr. King's New discovery; it was
quick in its work and highly satisfactory in
result." Trial bottles free at lied A. Legg's
Drug Store. Regular size ";o cents, and $1.00
CASTOR I A
Remember this is a bona fide sale, ?e
mean exactly what we say, Cash talks aad
now is the time to buy
257 Commercial st.
Por Infants and Children.
The Conartnershin heretofore ox-
L I Ictl nir hnffirnnn T A TTnmllfnn W
I ..v.l.f LA.Utl(.UU ,T Ji. XXllllliilAJU tXf
.ionn Moir under the firm name of
.Hamilton & Moir la this day mut
ually dissolved. All claims due to
said firm to be paid to YV. A. Hamilton.
Any bills against said lirm will be paid
by each one paying one-half. W. A.
Hamilton continues the buisnes.
V. A. Hamilton.
Salem, Oregon October 22nd 1800.
oc; fancy creamery
,Baccn, 6Jc; hams
Scalp Cleaning, iJandruff Treated,
Hair dressed daily by the month for
block- A. M. ELKlNS.
Highest cash price paid.
IIERREN & LEVY.
Salem, Or. Next to brewery.
to comply with the requests of our maay patrons
and will continue the
Special Sale Till Nov. 9
Our first clearance sale has been, a complete sucy
cess, and we can save you big money this week,
Do not wait, but come early, as November 7th
will positively be the last day of the special sale,
K. F, NEFF-1
THE BOYS' OUTFITTER,
297 Commercial street, J Salem
A Schilling ii Company
State of Ohio, City ok Toledo, I
Lucas County j
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F, J. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid, and that said Arm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the uso of Hall's
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6thday Jof December, A D.
. A, W. ULEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Curets taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials
T F. J. CheneyI& Co., Toledo, O.
tSddDregcUtsji. , 1 ;
The Musical Event !
Reed's Opera House,
PATTON BROS., Local Managers.
Wednesday, Nov, 18,
and Lady Quartette,
In a delightful program extremely
free from dullness and consisting of
lady quartets, violin, vocal solos.man
dollo, guitar, clubs.-conilc and serious
readings, etc. Music and mirth, a
musical entertainment that is enjoy
able alike to the musician and the
masses. Don't fail to hear the won
derful 8-year-old artist, Master
Tonuule, who plays violin solos, sing
songs and recites In tho most finished
Prices 25 and 50c, gejits orr sale to
Subscribers only. l&Mf.'j : -.
Ralston's Pancake Flour, endorsed by the Ralston
Grano, the best mush goods obtainable,
Pure maolc svrup in bulk,
Buttermilk toilet soap, 3 cakes for 10c,
P, O, Grocery.
Agents for " WorldBcatcr" Soap,"
TRADING HOTEL OF THE! CITY,
and points of interest.
Management hoeral. .SfSSS.'" PBU"
.Special rates wm oe given w ....
Lawn Mowers, 1
Hay Rakes, j"
Gray Bros, SfiS.
Or 1 SofliJ
Onlygcod horses used.
C HANSEN. MANAGE
Satisfaction guaranteed: SMa back