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Daily Capital Journal.
BY HOFBR BROTHERS
FRIDAY, NOV. 13, 1890.
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l DAILY LINK 10 PORTLAND.
K Alton and Ramona
Dr. Jaeger's stockinet in the
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The finrst flannel made for in'
fants and children,
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HtUnrL o;45 i hi. . . t
ifftlrt ?:, tt. ill.. CXCCDt OUtldttV.
QiUch tiPtt, rtgilllr Ktrlct nd cbtJl
A new line of Cocquc Boas
in the long style. 50c A line
of handsome Hackle Boas, long,
Si.00, Everybody now wears
the feather boas,
Gentlemen's initial handkexv
chiefs, full line ol letters in a
pure llntti, hefliathchcd Initial
extra good value, 25c
The Fight Has Been Opened
SENATOR M'BRIDE IN CHARGE,
Recapitulation of the Next General
H. P. MC'NARY'S
50inch Stciliaus, 50.: yd.
Australianflannel heavy nap,
8 1-3 yd.
Fancy plaids, 25c yd.
, ), Dalrymple Co.
CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Today's Transactions in the Various
C. E. Roblin, guardian of Adolph
and Clias. Mathes, minors, lias been
given power to mortgage a certain
portion of the real property belonging
In tlie child roii in u sum not to exceed
$250, the object being to secure fund
for the payment of 1 lie expenses of
the guardianship and for the support
of the minors.
New Board of Directors. The
Young Mens' Investment Company
' held its annual business meeting last
evening when the following board of
directors was elected to serve for the
ensuing year: B. F. Meredith, O. J.
Wilson, II. P. McNary, R. II. Leabo,
Clias. Murphy, I A. Welch and
Virgil Johnson lOturiied today from
J. V. Gootlu was a Portland visitor
36incil faftcy Suitings, 15; yd. I, Ex-C. ZF Moody lert this morn-
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.1. II. Wehruiii, of Fair Held, was a
Salem visitor today.
I. L 1'enton is seriously ill at his
Inline on Court blteet.
J. Shouts went to Albany this
morning on business.
Dr. J. M. Kesne ts ironic from a
business trip up the valley.
S. Farrar, the liopbuyer, was a busi
ness visUir to Aurora today.
A..T. Churchill went to Hubbard
this afternoon on business.
Senetor I. L. Patterson was a Port
land passenger this morning.
Mrs. G. W. Aidersou has returned
fioiu a .short visit in Portland.
Chief of Police A. Dilley returned
this afternoon, fioin up the valley.
Dr. B. II. Bradshaw was among the
Salcmites visiting Portland today.
Mrs. R. O Thomas, of Turner, was
today a guest of Mrs. A. T. Gilbert
Attorney D. C. Sherman transacted
business in the Northwest metropolis
Miss Rose Woodruff is quite sick
with toiisolitls ut her home in South
Miss Blanche Albert is in Portland,
where she will be the guest of friends
for a few days.
Miss Esther Collins returned last
evening from a pleasant visit with
A. R. McCall, of Kingston, Linn
county, Is in the city, the guest of his
brother, S. A. McCall.
Miss Minnie Tusker, an assistant In
the Jefferson pnblic schools, arrived in
the city this afternoon.
Jos. Albert, bookkeeper in the Capi
tal National bank, made a Hying busi
ness trip to Portland today.
Mrs. A. F- Gilbert and daughter,
Miss Claudia, went to Portland this
astcmoon to remain for a few days.
J. II. Robnctt, a student of the
Willamette University Medical Col
leg returned this afternoon from Ilal
sey. Rev. W. C. Copelaud, of Unity
church left this aftesnoon for Seattle
where he will remove in about two
Ex-Senator Coggswell, of Klamath,
and Representative Henry L. Benson,'
of Josephine, came up from Portland
Clias. W. Ballard, who lias been
spending a few days in Portland, has
resumed his position as brakeman on
the Salem Local.
Miss Laura Meyers, who holds
down a key at the Postal Telegraph
onicc in this city, went to Scio today
to spend Sunday at home.
All Memders Of the Purity Al
liance arc urgently requestod to be
present at their regular meeting on
Saturday afternoon as important busi
ness will come before the society. All
ladies cordially invited. First M. E.
church, Saturday at 3 o'clock.
The New York Racket wants to
close out all of Its ladies and misses
mackintoshes and gossamers. They
offer ludles gossamers, $2.35 and $1.75
at $2.25, and $1.45 at $1.15, and misses
$1.25, with cape, at 05 cents. Now is
the time to get a gossamer cheap.
Call and sec them.
For Kansas and Nebraska. D.
M. Smith, secretary of the Oregon
Land Company, left this afternoon
for points in Nebraska and Kansas,
where he will combine business with
pleasure. He will be gone about 30
That lit and wear. Wo keep them.
"Little Giant School shoes" for chil
dren. Lewis A. Crossotte's fine shoes
for men. All up to date styles. Lowest
Wo have the kind you want. Best
value for your money. We can lit
your neau and your purse. Try us.
Now Golf caps. Tain O'Shantcrs;
Yachting caps. Correct tilings, right
prices. Try us for undorwear, etc.
Yours to please,
.Willis Bros, d Co.
Goods, Clothing .and
The Marion Vote. The increased
vote of Marion county was a McKin
ley vote. Where did it come from?
The total congressional vote in Ma
rion county In Juno was 0258. Total
vote on judges 5,057; total vote on
electors 7,311), an increase over the
largest vote in June of 1,091. The
Bryan vote only lacked 85 of tho Van
derburg and Myers vote in June.
In n'lint (Jfjmest Hie sold atid silver
rorcesv fn the next legislature arc
almost tt -tie.
The firflit fdr the riex't Oregon soil-
atorship lias begun at Salem. The
arrival of Senator Geo. W. McBridc
in -his city, and numerous conferences
of party leaders with this chieltain,
the former secretary of state, are held
at his headquarters, at the residence
or tliis brother-in-law, B. F. Giltncr.
Senator Galbraith, or Yamhill, and
ex-Senator Coggswell,- or Klamath.
and Representative Benson, or Jose
phine, were callers today.
Senator McBride's success as the
compromise candidate makes him the
available man to harmonize the con
tending factions of Oregon Republi
canism. Mr. McBride's long reach in
Oregon politics has been frequently
is otllcially classiiied as follows
Secretary of State Kincaid.
Number of senators ,
Republican and Taxpayers' league
Mitchell Republicans 2
Republican and Taxpayers' league 1
Mitchell Republican and Peoples, 1
Union Bimetallic 3
Taxpayers' Leaguw and Mitchell
Number of members 90
Mitchell ReDulicans 3
Republican and Taxpayer's league 2
Mitchell Republican and People's, 1
Union Bimetallic 3
Taxpayers' League and Mitchell
In the aboye configuration W. II.
Nosier is counted as a member, but it
is claimed his seat will be contested,
on the ground or Insufficient residenco
in the state. Mr. Nosier must have
had assurance of his being able to
hold his seat or he would have with
drawn in time to hold an election.
It is presumed that Mr. McBride is
managing Senator Mitchell's candi
dacy. The two senators are warm
personal friends. Their principal
backers are the same pien. Whether
the combination will win remains to
The Journal on behalf of the silver
voters of Oregon can only hope that
no gold standard senator will be
elected. Outside of the corporation's
Influences of Portland, in botli con
gressional districts, there is an over
whelming silver bentiment. The
Journal voices only the sentiment or
tho people, In demanding tho election
or a silver and people's senator, a man
free from corporation control. lb has
no etioico among candidates who re
present the corporations and the gold
standard. One of that class may be
better than another but the common
people have little or no preference as
Not Acceptable to the Creditors of the
Williams and England Bank.
Now Ladd & Bush, George Collins,
Ed. Ilirsch, J. S. White and Fred S.
Williams petition in the circuit court
for removal of II. P. McNary. As
creditors they allege that lie is an un
tit person to act as receiver.
The Williams & England Banking
house closed Its doors one year ago
today. The day after the State In
surance Co. closed.
THE FACTS SET FORTH
In the petition by the prinolpal ored
Iters Rro that lio was cashier rroro. tlio
start and was not u proper disinter'
csted person to appoint receiver.
Tllat us cashier lio Was principal
manager of the bank and most re
sponsible rot its unanciui troubles.
That he was director, stockholder
and creditor arid in sympathy with
stockholders who have not bald their
stock and is protecting them.
That he is not Impartially manag
ing the atiair in the interest of credit
ors. That he Is not impartial, that a
year natfelapsed and lie lias collected
less than one-fourtli or the assets.
That he is indifferent to the man
agement or ills trust, is extravagant
and wasteful, in keeping an office and
That creditors ask to name -a re
ceiver who will act without compen
sation, will rent the building and cut
off salaried attorney.
That present receiver will cause
los to creditors aud deprive them of
their just demands against the bank
Judge Hewitt lias not yet set a day
RRCRIVERSHir, !..., r.2-U5 JZU
A new illustrated ek
itlonof Oxford Bibles
with f eterencc&aida &tid jjlj
ihe back good itiaps
plain or indexed, New
stock just rcceivfia, new
F. S, Dearborn,
We should say so, at
Rcxnente everything" reduc, Social
iiurbody, rriday and Saturdc
new thing, also
sole lace shoes, the
in at Kruusse Bros.
The Weather. The high wind
Happing olf the tail end of an equinox
howled last night, and the genuine
moisture continueth to descend. The
forecast for Saturday is rain and cooler
weather but it is hoped Jupiter
Pluvius will relent and allow the Mc
Kinleyites to celebrate
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w ny 1 cecause we i
lave a very We stock of them
dispose of the same
The sawmill at Corvallis is shut
down as the saw struck a dog that
had been driven Into a log, which
completely wu-cked the saw, pieces
Hying in every direction.
Just Keceived S,1. h2nds
wx.wiay.u wiii pay you 10 Duy them now,
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auiwi unu iiuiu lur nit: iiminavc;. nc tm -i- -- .1
. ... ' . '-- -r " "u" sw.u.-c mem at i.
KemcmDcr we are ollcring bargains in pll linjs, "
Ralston's Pancake Flour, endorsed by the Ralston Hsj th ub,
Grano. the best mush goods obtainable.
Pure maple syrup in bulk.
Buttermilk toilet soap, 3 cakes for 10c,
flflRRITT & LAWRENCE,
R O, Grocery,
Agents for "WorldBeater" Soap."
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257 Commercial st.
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A Rare Surprise.
A very pleasant time was had at
the residence of 'Henry S. Belle on
Church Street Monday, evening Nov.
9th, in honor of their Twentieth wed
The affair was a complete surprise
to Mr. Belle but he was equal to the
occasion, and was much pleased to see
liis old friends filing into congratu
late them on this happy occasion.
Cards and refreshments were the or
der of the evening, of which took
When the hour came to say goad by,
all wished them many years of hap
piness, and prosperity.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Eugne Breyman, Mr. and Mrs. Wer
ner Breyman Mr. ind Mrs. Win.
Brown, Mayor and Mrs. Gatcli, Jus-
ticeand-Mrs. F. A. Moore, Dr. andj
Mrs. Richardson, Dr. and Mrs. Byrd,
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Wagner, Mr. aud
Mrs. J. G. Wright, Mr. and Mrs- Geo.
Collins, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Burton,
Mrs. Gerowe, Miss Harriett, and Mr.
and Mrs. A. T. Gilbert.
New York, Nov. 13 Silver,
Tho Cash Dry
Now neckwear and
Prompt Service. Bing telephone
10 or blue boxes, for a bicycle messen
Champaign Cider In sealed bot
tles, for mlnco meat, at Sonnemann's
grocery, 124 State street.
Prices Below All Record !
Largest stock In all grades and styles. Ladies' mackintoshes frit
Economize by testing our goods and prices. t
E. ' F. " Qsburn's Racket1 Store.
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In Hot Company.
At the Olevoland-gold-standard-
blow-out Saturday night, one of the
transparencies will bear the following:
( The Devil.
The Three Digraces. . . . ! Barkley.
Rub it in boys. Everything goes
Between the Devil and Elder Bark
ley we feel we are In hot company but
not altogether lost.
The meals served by Kenworthy &
George are always the best 15 cont
meals in tho city.
Insane. Helen P. Segur, age CO
years, of Portland, was brought to tho
Buckien's Arnica balve.
Tho best salvo In the world for cuts,
lirillcoa enrna nlnnra cult rlintim f.ti.tH
'"1 BVIHJiU.l,lilIHIIHtUUI lUtCl
sores, tettcr.chapped hands,chilblains,
corn, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures pucs, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by Fred A.
Marion Probate Court.
In the matter of guardianship or
Adolph Mathes & Chas. Mathes, min
ors, Clias, Roblin petitions for power
to mortgage property for $250.
The Parrish Will. This case is
still before Judge Hewitt, in the cir
cuit court, and will take several days
to iinisli. Not only the execution of
iiiie win om tne execution or a num
ber of deeds are involved in the trial.
The new coin toes are the latest In
shoes. Krausso Bros, have them.
There was a horse sold 'in Corvallis
the other day at a forced sale. The
horse was as sound as a dollar, ho
brought five cents. The charges
against the horse were $1.25.
Chicago, Nov. 13 -I logs -Light $3.25(3
3.05; heavy $3,oo3.6o.
Cattle Beeves $3.6oS.25; cows and
Chicago. Nov 13 Wheat, cash 79c.
Portland, Nov.13 Wheat valley, 8iS2
Walla Walla, 78 to 79.
Hour Portland, Benton county,4co
4.25; graham, 3.50; superfine. $2.50 per bbl"
Uats-White, 384oc; grey, 3638;rolU
in bags, S4.255-25. ! barrels, 4.so7.o. ;
i'otaices.. Oiegon, 4311650 per sack
Hay. .Good, loH.oo per ton.
Wool.. Valley, 8iqq; Kastern Oiecon
Poultry- Cbickens.m ixed,$2(25a2.5o; broil
ers, $i.ooi.75; ducks, $2a3; geese, 56
turkeys, live, 10.
Hides.. green, salted Co lbs 6a7c; undei
60 lb3 44MIc; sheep pelts, 1 o7oe.
Butter. .Oregon fancy creamery, 4o5o;
iancy uairy, 251335; lair to good, 2o(a),2Z,
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 10.
Eggs.. Oregon, 2jytc per doz.
Fruit.. Green Apples per box i.ooi.25J
Pears 75c 85c per box.
Onions, 55c65 per sack.
Diied Fruit Apples, evaporated, bleached
4c4o; unbleached, 3cV4c; sundried, 4c
Plums, pitless, 3c4c
Wheat Bags Calcutta 4.25(4.37.
Beansr-small white, ici;c lima,
Hogs Heavy, 3.25 to 2.50.
Veal small 5 to $lt large 4c per lb.
Mutton Weathers 1.75; ewes 1.50; dressed
Beeki)teers 2.25;cows 1.75 ,..ca:dressed
Cured Meats .Hams 10c iojjc bacon 6c.
Lard in pails, 6o.
SAN FRANCISCO MakKET.
San Francisco. Nov. 11.- -Wheat. Mav
L HADING nOTEL OF THE; CITY,
Reduced rates. .Management llneral. Electric cars leave hotel lor all public biiUinn
and points of interest. Special rates will be given to permnnent patrons.
a, i, Wagner,
Lawn Mowers, 1 CI-itt Pe Machine Oils,
Hay Rakes, ay DFOS) and Axle Grease
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware,'
Lawn Sprinklers, J
Salem Or, iu
BREWSTER & WHITE
feed, flog..- and hay, Only tho bst goods
handled ?nd prices always the lowest.
The I -ailing dial
ers !n afl kinds of mill il
shortH, 12.5013.50; chop feed, ii.ik2
Poultry.. Hens 5c; Spring chickens, $1.80 d
Veal. -Dressed, xV.
Hogs.. Dressed, 2V3.
Wool.. Best. !2ai2c.
I lops,. Best, 12c.
Eggs.. Cash. 20c,
Butter.. Best daiiry, 20s; fancy creaiisf;",
Farm Smoked Meats Bacc-i, 6cj hams
9c; shoulders, 5cf
Potatoes, ,30c Der bu.
CJreen Fruit Pears 50c per box.
Dried Fruit, Apples, evaporated bleached,
6a 8c: unbleached 4c5c.
The Musical Event
At Coggins1 mill near Slsson, Cal., a
short time ago,-the loggers out a tree
which was Just 404 years of age. It
was eight feet In diameter, and pro
duced 15,000 feet of lumber,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any
season, but perhaps more generally needed
when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt, A
Iirompt use of this medicine has often averted
ong 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, Dimness jcild to Electric Bitters. 50
cents and $.100 per bottle at Fred A. Legg's
OoL.Oreeont choice, in.' nliiiv inferior e
7c, valley, 8oc.
Hops Quotable at lie for new.
Potatoes 2o3oc per sack.
Wheat-,-7s ijd perbu.
Wheat.. 6oc per bu., market hrm.
Hay.. Baled, cheat, 8.50; timothy 9.00
Flour., In wholesale ;iots, 3.90; retail,
4.00: bran, bulk n.S012.50; sacked. 12.00;
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gunder
imn, of Dimondale, 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 the case
of my wife. While I was pastor of the Bap.
tist Church at Rives function she was brought
down with Pneumonia succedinc La Grippe,
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last
nours wan little interupiion nna it sccincu as
if she could not surviye 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 r ied A. Legg's
Drug Store. Regular si?e jo cents, and $1.00
Mr. Grocer, think of your
Schillings Best is the tea
You will sell more tea
and every tiling else.
' San fyanclsco
Notice Is hereby given that I have
In hand funds applicable to the pay
ment of all warrants of city of Sa
lem drawn on the general fund and
endorsed before December 5, 1895. In
terest will oeaso on said warrants
from date of this notice.
E. J. SWAFFOBD,
Salem, November 12, 1896. ll-12-10t
Any StylKi Eastern oysters served
In any ityle and at all hours; 50 cents
per dozen or 25 cents per half dozen,!
Reed's Ope House.
PATTON PROS., Local Miug
Wednesday, Nov, 18.
free from dullne" a udco nswu.
lady quartets, ylol.iV rogi llo3
dolfn, guitar, club , MnJnb,
able alike to the m IcUn 0D.
masses. Don 'tfai 1 to new
derful 8-y?aM violin i fer
Tommle,wlio Plaj""1 ian4ei
songs and recites in the mv
subscribers only. .
Scalp Clesning. . -gU li
Hail rdreed daily b -w
Eldridge blo' "
- POTATOES. '
Highest cash price Ps LEVI'.
Salem, Or. Noli""T
at Strong's restauraut.
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