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Dally Capital Journal
BY KOfBK IJ'"HKKi
Dr. Jaeger's stockinet in the
(white "K" quality, 48inch.
, The fin st f lannei made for in-
lams ana cnuarcn.
THURSDAY MV. 12, lMlfl.
k DAILY LINK a O PORTLAND.
H Altona and Famona
f Portland, 0:45 u. in. n ,
i Balem 7:45 u. ra., except Sunday.
. J Quick time. regulnr service and cheap
I? .... races ...
xl W. P. BALDWIN,
f Agent, Salem
ft sWl k Sl fcl 1 SW .-
I A new line cf Cocquc Boas
in the lpng style, 50c, A line
of handsome Hackle Boas, long,
51.00, Everybody now wears
the feather boas,
Gentlemen's initial handker
chiefs, full line of letters in a
pure linen, hemstitched initial,
extra good value, 25c.
l, . mh ii
A line of
J, , Dalrymple Co.
Rev. J. S. "White is home from Albany.
Mrs. Geo. Anderson is the guest of
Judge L. D. Henry returned Wednes
day afternoon from Lebanon.
Mlr.s Hattie Martin, of Portland, is
the guest of Mrs. L. D. Minkler.
Attorney E. P. Morcuru returned
to Woodburn Wednesday afternoon
Supt. D. A. Palnc, of the Insane
asylum, returned last eveniiiK from
Floyd Dayton,head clerk at 4Sonne
niann's grocery,Is quite 111, threatened
with an attack of fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Strong have
Konc to California expecting to spend
the winter at San Francisco and os
Mrs. G. P. Terrell and daughter
Miss Lela. arrived In the city yester
day from Mchama and will spend the
winter with County Judge G. P- Ter
rell. Mr. McFadden, who Is connected
with a large boiler manufacturing
11 rm in Pittsburgh, Pa., is in the city
the guest of his cousin,Mrs.J. P. Friz
zell. A. R. McCall, formerly of the Court
Btreet grocery Arm of McCall Bros.,
who Is now farming up near Kingston,
In Linn county, was u Salem visitor
Another Uoat Line. F. N. Derby
has returned from Portland and re
ports fair prospects for securing a
steamboat to run between Portland
and Salem. With Geo. Collins Mr.
Derby 'proposes to run a boat for a
season, provided contracts can be had
with the Salem business men to jus
tify putting on a now boat. Mr. Col
lins is stilllat Portland, and expects to
close a deal for a boat as soon as favor
able action is taken at this end of the
A Class of Eighteen Laboring for Teach
A clun numbering eighteen of Ma
rlon county's brightest young peoflc,
iinnliijiints for teachers certificates, is
being examined at the state limine.
The examination has heretofore been
conducted in the circuit court worn
but since court is still in session it
was necessary to hold this examina
tion in a vacant room on the first
floor of the state capitol. The ex
amination is being conducted by
County School Superintendent Jones.
The examining board consists of Miss
Lizzie Cornelius and Prof. J.J. Kraps.
The names of the applicants and
the certificates for which they pre
laboring are as follews:
First grade: Martha Traver and
Mrs. M. E. Sorbcr, of Salem; Miss E.
L. Massey, of Brooks; W. J. Jones, of
Willard; and Gertrude Lamb, of
Second grade: A. P. Gordon, of Sa
lem; Walter Smith, of Klumb; I. II.
Heal, of Shaw; Mrs. E. Cavanaugh, of
Gervais; R. D. Cashatt and F. II.
Iladley, of Silverton.
Third grade: A. E. Aufranc, Mary
It. Hurcham, of Salem; Lulu Massey,
of Brooks; J. D. Dowell, of Buiteville;
II. E. Wirtli and Addle McKillip, of
W. P. Matthews, who graduated
from Willamette University last
June, Is an applicant for a state cer
tificate. W. II. Egan and Miss Pillett,
are also applicants for state certificates.
Excbpnge Kinds a Vein of
Rare. Fire Clay.
Salem L:. . r Exchange have
by their experimental brick
kiln tliatThcro exists a very gootN
quality of fire clay In the Lake La
bish bed. This bed or clay Is about a
foot thick and some of it has been
burned, merely accidentally, shows
thequality to be a very desirable fire
clay. If this fire clay bed can be
developed so it can be profitably
handled, It will no doubt be a bonanza
for the Exchange. The specimen of
the burned clay was light and was
put Into a forge and for some time
exposedtto a heat that would melt
Iron, and the- high temperature
seemed only to benefit the day. The
Journal hopes this clay can be manu
factured Into brick successfully. As
neany nil nre dnck now used hero lire
Imported from Europe.
circuit cDjar proceedings
Today's .Transactions in the Various
The following docket entries were
made bj Judge Hewitt Wednesday af af af
terneon: Fred. A. Lcgg, insolvent, Claude
Gatch, asslunce. assignment: tlrst ac
count filed and the entire continued.
Grant Corby vs.J.T.Morrcil, equity,
demurrer of Morgan and wife and
Nozzc Is overruled.
The case of S B. Parrlsh vs. Mattlc
A. Parrish.to declare a trust, was taken
up befoge Judge Hewitt this morning.
It will hardly bo concluded before late
- Schuberta Coming
Tho guaranteo list for tho Schubert
Symphony Club haslbeen raised and
they will postlvely appeal at Reed's
Sarah Fallon appeared before Jus
tice Johnson this morning, accused by
G. YV. Plaster of larceny by bailee.
The property in question was a gold
watch owned by Clara Piaster. Dist.
Attorney Hayden asked that the case
be dismissed for want of sufficient
evidence. Mr. Hayden was assisted
by Geo. S. Downing, and Wm. Kaiser
In Maik Hanna's speech before the
N. Y. Republican Club he quotes the
Mclvinley orator as saying about him
self he, him, Marcus Aurellus as
follows; "Mark Hauna has one hand
on the Almighty and one on McKin
ley, and you cannot beat the combi
nation." That utterance of Mark
Hanna about himself is quoted with
great approbation by the McKlnley
papers and yet it marks Mark as a
coarse and egotistic, If not a blasphe
opera house Wednesday evening
This company gives a program of
the greatest ( variety, consisting of
Lady Quartettes, Mandolin and
Guitar Club, String, Violin arid Vocal
Solos, Amusing Readings, and a feat
ure or the. program that creates
astonishment every place Is the songs,
violin solos and recitations by Master
Tommy Purcell,a child of eight years.
In the Schuberts we will get a musical
entertainment that is enjoyable from
first to last not along drill classical
affair but a bright, interesting pro
gram of music's choicest gems. This
will cei tatnly be the event of the sea
son Reserved seats ate only 50 cents.
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$ itionof Oxford Bibles
$ with reterenccs,aids and
re helpsconcordance in
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plain or indexed, New
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F. S, Dearborn
SUTTON-ROGERS.-At the home
of the bride's tiarents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. C. Sutton, on West Court street,
Tuesday evening, Nev. 10, 189G, Miss
Daisy Sutton, to W. D.RDgers, Rev.
II. A.Denton officiating.
Plenty of monoy on good security.
A la rue quantity of land for sale at
low figure and on easy terms.
HAMILTON & MARSH.
Room 5, Hush bank building.
The Weathek. Fine misty, show
ery, blustery weater holds on regular
Western Oregon winter weather. It
is healthy and good for farm work.
The forecast for Friday Is continued
We should say so, at
Remember everything reduced, Special induccmi
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
HI n a .
Because we have a very large stock of them
and must dispose of the same,
Not TnuE. The Salem Woolen
Mills liavo not reduced wages as lias
been reported on the streets for sev
eral days. When the mills started
up, before election, the wages of seven
men were advanced from $l per day
to $1.25. The wages paid are all low,
but not lower than what other mills
pay for similar work. The report
that the mills at Oregon City have
raised wages 121 per cent is not true,
us has been published.
The Leader will have a discount
sale of millinery for the next ten days,
prices lower than ever. Mrs. Fraser.
Stelnenbrenner and Johnson have
their new residence on Main street
nearly completed it is a fine structure.
M. Goodie has sold his farm near
town and has moved his family to
Berre where he Is engaged working In
a saw mill. ,
Last week was a week of surprises
In this vicinity the first to occur was
at the residence of a winslow when
about thirty of the neighbors came in
and spent the day with them the ac-
catlon being the fortietli anniversary
of their wedding day. The second was
a surprise on John Bordenhelmer Fri
day eve when a large number of young
people met there to have a dance and
Saturday evening the friends and
neighbors of G. W. Baynard met at
his residence to celebrate his birthday.
John Gable says It will take six
months before we will know sure who
Is elected President that is consoling
Workmen are busy around tho depot
repairing and fixing a place for receiv
ing and storeing freight as our present
building is for too small.
Our Sunday School gavo an enter
tainment last Sunday evening which
was enjoyed by a very large congiega-tlon.
To Poktland. A large party of
local Mclvlnleyites went to Portland
Wednesday afternoon, where they
added to the enthusiasm at the grand
ratification conducted last evening.
Among those going were Treasurer
Phil. Metschan, Attorney-General O.
M. Idlemau, Dr. J. N. Smith, R. D.
Gilbert, F. II. Powers, II. C. Down
ing, E. P. nMcCoruack, Geo. Collins,
and daugher, Miss Esther, and many
Birthday Party. A number of
friends of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gardner
congregated at their home on Church
street last evening in honor of Mr,s.
Gardner's birthday. The evening
was pleasantly spent in conversation
and an old fashioned candy pull.After
some time of this pleasant pastime all
went home well pleased, wishing
Mrs. Gardner many happy returns of
Sharpe Was Not Overtaken. -Chief
of Police Dllley, who left Salem
armed with a writ of replevin, about
11:30 a. m. Wednesday, in pursuit of
T. C. Sharpe, who was riding "Black
Alder," a cayu&c, failed to overtake
tho man before he crossed Into Linn
county, and as a result the papers
could not bo served. However, tho
question of the ownership of the
horse, which was decided injustice
Johuson's court recently, to be Dora
Bennett's, has been appealed to the
circuit coutt, when a final decision
will probably be reached at Its next
The Marion Vote. The increased
vote of Marion county was a McKln
ley vote. Where did it come from?
The total congressional vote in Ma
rlon county in June was 258. Total
vote on judges 5,(537; total vote on
electors 7,349, an increase over the
largest vote in June of 1,091. The
Bryan vote only lacked 85 of the Van
derburg and Myers vote in June.
Debating Society. A movement
is on foot among some of the members
of the local Y. M. C. A. to form a lit
erary aud debating society that will
serve as a profitable means of spend
ing the long winter evenings now
upon us. Those interested in the
formation of such a society will meet
at the association rooms Friday evening.
Ralston's Pancake Flour endorsed by the Ralston Health club,
Grano, the best mush goods obtainable.
Pure maple syrup, in bulk.
Buttermilk teilet: soap, 3 cakes for 10c,
HMRITT 5 LAWRENCE,
P,. O, Grocery,
Agents for "VorldBeater" Soap."
r i mfBtuamim
Just Received JS3SStK?i
on display. It will pay you to buy them now, during
sale, and hold for the holidays, as you can secure them at
prices, Remember we arc offering bargains in all lines,
257 Commercial st.
THE WILLAMETTE HOTEL
LEADINGS HOTEL OF THE: CI TV,
That fit and wear. Wo keep them
"Little Giant School shoes" for chil
dren. .Lewis A. Crossotte's Uno shoes
for men. All up to date styles. Lowest
HA T S, , ,
Wo have tho kind you want. Best
value for your money. Wo can fit
your head and your purse. Try us.
New Golf caps. Tarn O'Shanters;
Yachting capg. Correct things, right
prices. Try us for underwear, etc.
Yours to please,
.Willis Bros. & Co.
Tho Cash Dry Goods, OJothlng tand
Lincoln School. Tho grades arc
now advanced in the South Salem
school to within one grade of the East
Salem school. To get the benefit of
the one grado pupils must go to tho
East school, and some families have
moved out of tho neighborhood of the
Lincoln school to glvo their children
the higher grade in the East school.
Prices Advancing. Prices of
soap, flour, sugar, and all staples are
advancing, as a result of theadvanco
in freight rates. If wages and prices
of products of tho farms will only keep
up with tho advance Oregon peoplo
will not complain.
M'kinleyis Elected And busi
ness is going on at the old stand, 211
Commercial street. You will find all
the latest designs for fall and winter
suitings, trousers, etc. If you want
goods made up for Thanksgiving, call
at once as we have many orders on
hand. C.n.Lanc.the tailor. 10-2t-eod.
Birthday Party. The birthday
party to be held by the W. C. T. U.
at their hall on Court street, on Fri
day night, to which tne friends of tho
cause are invited, will begin at 8
o'clock. The I. O. G. T. will furnish
Champaign Cider In. sealed bot
tles, for uiluco meat, at fSonnemann's
grocery, 124 State street.
.Orange elder at Sonneman's grocery
124 Stato street. ' i
The Oregon majority for McKlnley
is getting down very small for a state
where so much money was spent,
where the railroad and steamboat
lines, the gold Democrats and the
d 1 liimsolf were on tho side of the
majority party to begin with.
Prosperity Market. West &
Baker have opened a meat market on
the corner of Conrt and Liberty
streets, and have named it the "Pros
Week op Prayer. At 7:30 this
evening, R.ev. W. B. Magnan, of tho
Episcopal church, will conduct the
final prayer service at the Y. M. C.
CASTOR I A
DAUE. Tuesdav, November 10, 1890,
to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Daue.of South
Salem, a son.
Starving in India.
London, Nov. 12. A dispatch from
Bombay says In 11 districts of Deccan
and Concan a million and a quarter
of people arc believed to be on the
verge of starvation. Riots occurred
atShahabad and Kazod.
St. Louis, Nov. 12. A special to the-
Globe-Democrat from Key West,FIn,
Captain-general Weyler has. at last
met the Cubans on the Held srid suf
fered a repulse, according so the ad
vices per steamer Qitvette, fiom
navana, last nighty Weyler, it 1s said,
was attacked wUtlc encamped in the
Gobernado hUfc, in Pinar del Rio pro
vince, by Cubans, under 1'erico del
Bade and Perico Dia'z. T'no Cubans
urprlsoO, the Spanish outposts, and,
for a time, great confusion prevailed
in Wcyler's camp Weyler Is Shld to
have fallen back about, eight miles.
During the retreat, the. Cubans killed
34 Spaniards and wounded CO others.
Laughed at It.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 12. When
Arcblshop Ireland's attention was
called to the published rumor that his
recent utterances were disapproved at '
Rome, and he would bo removed from 1
tne see or Kt. -Paul.
Constantinople, Nov. 12. Wlitlo
counseling American missionaries to
remain at their post, in Anatolia,
Minister Terrell has advised the rc
moyal of the children of 'missionaries
to places of safety.
For Infants and Children.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any
season, but perhaps more generally needed
when the liver is torpid ud sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is feh. A
prmpt use of this medicine has often averted
loni and nethaps fatal billious fevers. No
medicine will act more urely in counteract
ing and freeing the system fiom the malarial
poison. Headache. Indigestion, Constipa.
lion, Dirtiness yeild to Electric Hitters. 50
cents and $.100 per bottle at'Fred A. Legg's
Tho Copartnership heretofore ex
isting Between VY. A. Hamilton &
John Moir under tho firm name of
Hamilton & Moir Is this day mut
ually dissolved. All claims duo to.
said firm to be naid to W. A. Hamilton.
Any blls against said firm will be paid.
uyeacu one paying one-half. w. A.
Hamilton continues tho bulsno-s.
W. A. Hamilton.
Salem, Oregon October 22nd I8O0V
Is'ew Voik Nov. 12. Silver, ; 65c;? lead
Chicago "Nov. 12. -HogwLight $3.50
3.Cs; heaiqr 3,oo3.2o.
Catties-Beeves $3754.oo; cows and
Chicago. Nov. 12. Wheat, casliWoJic;
, Portland Nov. 12. Wheatlvalley, 8i82;
(Walla Walla, 78 10 79.
Flour 1'OTtland. S Henton countyco bbl
4 00; gr.iruni, 3.25; supernne.f$2.5o per 4,
Oats--White, 3S4oc; grey, srolled
in bags, i4-25525i barrels, 4.5o7.oo;
I'otatccsi. . Oregon, 450650 per sack
Hay.. Good, iortiiXu.50 per ton.
Wool.. Valley, 8a.ioc; Eastern Oiegon
Voultry 'Thickens.m ixed,$2. 2532.50; broil
ei.s, 5i.ooi,75; ducks, $233; geese, $$6
turkeys, iive, 10.
HiaeH..gtccn, salted Co lbs 6a7c; under
60 lbs 44c; sheep pelts, I o7oc.
liutter.. Oregon fancy creamery, 3540
fancy dairy, 2535; l Kdi 2022j
Cheese .Oregon lull cream, 10.
Eggs.. Oregon, 270 per iloz.
Fruit. .Green Apples per box i.ooi.5o;
Pears 75c 85c per box.
Onions,-55cbs per sack.
Diied Fruit Apples, evaporated, blenched
4c4c; unbleached, 3c4c; sundried, 4c
Plums, pitless. 3c4c
tallow 2 JJc3c.
Wheat Bags Calcutta 4 2S4.37K.
Heans-smali white, iVci;c lima,
Hogs Heavy, 3.25 to 2.50.
Veal -small 5 to 5; large 4c per lb.
Mutton Weathers 1.75; ewes 1.50; dressed
Beefr-steers 2.25;cows 1.75 ,s2.oo;dressed
Cured Meats .Hams 10c lojc bacon 6c.
Lard .in pails, 6jc.
SAN FRANCISCO MAKKET.
San Francisco, Nov. 12. Wheat, Way
Vooi..Oregont choice, icrig lie; inferiors
2)7c, valley, 8pc
Hops Quotable at los for new.
Potatoes 2o3oc per sack.
Oats Milling, i.o5i,20.
Mit LIVERPOOL MARKET.
Wheal--1,01 per bu.
Reduced raten. Management liDeral. Electric cars leave lio.cl for all public bjilJio;::
and points of interest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons,
a, i, Wagner,
f Machine Oil
and Axle Grease
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware
Garden Hose, "I
Lawn Sprinklers, J
BREWSTER & WHITE
f-.ed, flour and hay, On'y tho best oo'h
handled and prices always the low at.
ihe i aJng deal
ers in all K'nds of mill
Wheat. .69c per bu., markeUirrr..
Hay. .Baled, cheat, 850; timmli) 9 0
Flour. .In wholesale oi 3.0 : retail.
4.00; bran, bulk 11.5012.50; sacked, 12.00;
shorta, 12.5013.50;, clmp feed, 'ii.oo(3
Poultry.. Hens 5c; Spring chicken;! 80 d
I lntT llrpcepil 3
Live Cattle.. iJiC
The Musical Event
Nietu. I.uc, I
. liest, 12c
. i;el dairy,
20JJ f.l ,.t V..CI1I X)
Farm Smoked Mea:: ( : n.m
ne; shoulders, Sc.'
Potato? . . im rer b 1 .
Green 1 mil, Pears 50c per x, . .
Dried Fruit, Apples evaporated blcac'ied,
6c 8c: unbleached 4c5c.
Pruned 5c 7c. '
No one would drink poor
ten if he or she knew the
nnerence m tea.
Good tea is not costly.
Your grocer will sell you
Schillings Best, and return
your money in full if vou
From a letter written by Rev. J. Uunder.
imu, of DimonJale, Mich., we are permitted
to make this extract! "I have no hesitation
na recomending Dr. King's new discovery, as
the results were almost marvelous in tne case
of my wife. Whije 1 was pasior of the Hap.
list Church at Rives function she was brought
doun wiili Pneumonia succeding La Grippe,
Ternblti paroxysms of coughing would last
hours iwth little imeruption and it seemed as
if she could not survive ihem. A friend reco.
mended Dr. King's New diieoery; it was
quick in its work nd highly satisfactory in
result." Trial bottles free at I ieii A. U'gg's
Drug Store. Regular size ;o cents, and $1,00
Reed's Opera House,
PATTON UKOi, Local Manaiers.
Wednesday, Nov, 18
and Lady Quartttfei
rrco noni tuiwuu-" " .. r i v,a .riuh'
lady QuaaeM, yn "i $ VMli
rcadlrifw, etc. ", 4Pt T0m
musical entertainment tlut www
. . ill.. ... .1.,. fittlCiP Mil u i '--
ame aline i ? '", ' I,;,; fie vron
mas. DonH fall to hear t.ie
derfiil 8-year-ocl " '.!, sin
TonmUeoyho pay. 1 jAJ
songs ami iltu
Trices 2") and oO'
uon t like it
A ScMyiX & Company
Notice is hereby given that I have
in hand funds applicable to the pay
ment of all warrants on clfy of Sa
lem diawn on tho gei.- rai fund and
eudoiPLtl before Decembers, 1805. Iu
torcot will cease on said warrants
from date of this notice.
V. J. SWAFFOUD,
t : mpnnciirflf.
.Salem, November 12, 1800. 11-12-lOt Salem, Or. Next to brewery.
Hair Dr cssingi
Dandruff Treated A
- POTATOES. '
Highest cash price gREN & LEVY.