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fcY HOPBR BROTHERS,
FRIDAY, DEC. 18, 1890.
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W DAILY LINK TO TORTLAND.
Our Jacket Slash,
1 . .
it Altona and Kamona
DAILY. Fnrtlanrl, 0:45 a. m.
Salem 7 s a. rn., except Sunday.
Quick time, regular service and cheap
, t , .rates. ...
M. P. BALDWIN,
Been giving you some close ilgtires
on jackets tor some time. imiw
wek'olta lonir ways better niul
throw out the whole line at
Its an opportune time for you,
just before Christmas. You pan
get a substantial jacket, for a
trifle more than you pay for some
article tit only for ornament.
$0 jackets, $4.
$7.60 ones, $.".
$10 ones, $0.((5.
$12 ones, $8.
And so on all through the line.
In capes and jackets will be closed
out by January 1.
$.1 values iro at $2.2.").
$4 values go at $.'12.').
$5 values go at $4.
?u values go no w-n.
$8 values goat $0.50.
$10 values go at $7 f0.
$12 values goat $10.
$20 values go at $15.
Buy now while we have your size.
Jt J, Dalrymple Co,
The Dress Goods Slash
Is 'Still on. It's been a success
from the start The big piles laid
out at 29, 3!),49, and 59 cents prove
an irresistible attarction for
They ought to. They all con
taiiKinany prices at less than half
fn FaVor of the Railroads,
How a Supreme Court Decision
Blocks the Work of Equalization,
Contractor, A. Mason, went to Tort
land this morning.
W. S. Waters,of Stayton, was a Sa
lem visitor today.
II. G. Sonneman, the State Street
grocer, was in Portland today.
Representative-elect II. JG. Guild,
of Sheridan, was in Salem Thursday.
A. W. Glesy, the Insurance Agent,
was a Portland passenirer this morning.
Chas. A. Gray went to Chemawa
this morning, where he is superintend
ing the completion of a water works
Mr. Cartwrlght, a Crook county
rancher, was in town today. lie says
the cattle business is good, but sheep
are no better.
iil Geer was in town today. He
says prosperity has begun, as he sold
a horse for $100 the other day, and a
cow for $."J0 cash.
State Superintendent G. M. Irwin,
Thursday, attended a meeting of the
board of regents of the Monmouth
State Nor mul School.
Dan. Mullegan, Philomath; Thos.
Jones, DutTce;F. J. Bolter, Brooks;and
C. C. Kelly,of Llina,Ohio,registered at
the Cook Hotel Thursday.
Saturdays Jouknal will contain a
complete social review of the week,
with a scetch of Willamett Medical
college. Social and religious notices
will be an advertising edition of state
circulation. It will contain much
original political matter and will go
to the leading men or every county In
25 CENT GIFTS,
Neckties, linen handkerchiefs, fas
cinators, Initial silk handkerchiefs,
caps, cashmere gloves and mittens,
fine Swiss embroidered handkerchiefs,
pair good suspenders.
50 CENT GIFTS,
Silk mittens, fine silk and linen
handkerchiefs, fine neckties, bottle
fine perfumery, gents' and ladies' fine
cashmere gloves, ice wool shawls and
fascinators, pair line suspenders, good
Ladles' and gentlemen's fine kid
gloves, ladies' and gentlemen's slip
pers, fine white shirts, a good hat,
muffler, 3 pair "Albert" fast black
WILLIS BROS, CO,
lie Cash Dry
Goods, Clothing and
Yew Park Revival.
Old-time salvation has come to Sa
lem I The power of God fell upon the
people last night and Israel got the
old-time shout upon hor; some walked
the floor praising God, and ono fell
under the divine power and lay pros
trate for nearly an hour. This proves
that Israel's God is still alive. These
brethren believe In full salvation and
preach the fourfold Gospel. They be
lieve that the death route Is the only
way to glory. They do not try to
frighten the people into the kingdom
but they lead them by the way of
Sinai, showing the power of the holy
ghost sent down from Heaven. Come
let us go up to the house of the Lord
and see for ourselves.
Country School. The best enter
tainment of the season will be given
at the Congregational Church next
Wednesday evening. Pull delegations
from the Country School of long ago
will be present giving a rich program.
Messrs. Riley, Bentley, Belle, Gilbert,
Ilall and many other gentlemen.
While Mrs. Chas. Riley, Mrs. Bayne,
Mrs. Branson,Mrs.Liyesly,Mrs. White,
Mrs. Jones and others will appear in
the exercises. Should youmiss it, you
will miss the best of the season.
Will have his headquarter s at the
Willie the papers are tilling their
columns with the numberot boneyard
niHres and billygoats in Oregon, the
corporations are escaping their atten
tion entirely. To read the Orcgonian
and Statesman one would think there
was no such thing in exlstcnco as the
Southern Pacific Railroad. The fact
that Its roadbed is assessed at $17.
403.60 a mile the moment its track
crosses the Oregon line would not be
published by those, papers for ten dol
lars a line.
The assessment of these Pacific
roads at $2,000 to $U,500 per mile in
Oregon is a farce. Jackson county
has heroically raised the assessment
to $10,000 a mile, and the entire as
sessment of the Southern Pacific rall
rord should be raised to from $7,000 to
$10,000 a mile at least.
in the way of the board Is that by
an Oregon supreme court decision the
loadbedofa railroad is classified as
real estate, and the law requires the
State Board to raise or lower values
by CLASSES so .much PERCENT
So In order to lower Jackson county's
railroad assessment they must lower
ALL real estate with it. If they
raise railroad assessments In other
counties they must raise all other
real estate assessments In the county.
Thisdilllculty makes It easy for the
railroad company to argue for reduc
tions, but it is very hard to get a
The whole matter will be argued
befpie the state board of equalization
on Saturday. The board may take ft
into their heads to place a new con
struction upon the law under whioh
they act, and carry a new case to the
supreme court. As it now stands this
rank injustice to all other property
interests in Oregon cannot be over
come. The board will fiddle away on rais
ing or lowering billygoats nvhile
the Southern Pacific company
pays about one-fourth the tax in Ore
gon that it does in California.
"appeared before the state board today.
A committee of three from Portland,
and E. P. McUornack and John II.
Albert, of Salem, had hearings. M.
S! Woodcock, of Corvallis. also made
an arrangement. Saturday the board
will hear the railroad attornoys.
Great Mendelssohn Oratorio
By the Salem Choral Society This
Under the auspices of the Salem
Choral society this grand -musical
produdtlon will be rendered, with the
assistance or the best talent In Ore
gon. Prof. W. F. Wcrschkul, of
Portland Is engaged to act as con
ductor, while Prof. R. A . Heritage,
director of the Choral society, lias
charge of the general management.
Prof. Emil L. Winkler, the famous
young pianist, assisted by Miss Gene
vieve Hughes,, will supply the accom
paniment. Mrs. Edgar E. Courson,
Portland's renowned soprano soloist,
and Mrs., Walter Reed, the noted alto,
liaye been secured for the leading
parts. Prof. .Heritage, with his su
perb bass voice, and II. G. Kundret,
tenor, furnishes the male voices.
This is to be the greatest undertak
ing yet attempted by our Choral
society, which with its chorus of one
huudred volccs,has made grand strides
under Prof. Heritage. -Speaking of
their work, that gentleman says:
"The Choral society lias very thor
oughly mastered the choruses and
with the delightful solos of Miss Bloch
and Mrs. Reed, the rendering of this
magnificent Oratorio will be enjoyed
by all, and will do much to encourage
good music in this state. Our people
always patronize first-class cntcrtain
ments,and especially home enterprise,
so the house will be filled to over
Main floor and front rows in gal-
lcay so cents
Rear seats In gallery 50 cents
Reserved seats witotit extra charge.
A child's China set.
A child's in ug.
A qhlld's cup and, saucer.
Cream and sugar set.
Reautiful mush sets.
Bread and milk sets.
Handsome salad trays.
Also salad bowls.
Decorated break plates.
And don,t you forget the great
display of lamps at
124 State St.
fit Actual 6ost
For Three Daus
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Tiiey must go, Gall and get a bargain,
Head-Gate in the Mill R3ce.
Property Owners Are, Circulating a
FREEvA handsome book with
or over purchase until Xmas,
A Cost Counteii. With rare glass
and china ware novelities for the hoi
idays. Imported articles at prices to
astonish you. Call early at the Pio
neer grocery of John G. Wright.
Closing Out Sale At the Ladies'
Under orders from the managers of
the Salem Flouring Mills, Contractor
C. P. Royal and a force of men tins
morning began the work of replacing
In North Mill rac, the head-gate,
the property of the mill company,
that was seriously damaged by the
high water during November. The
old head-gate was located In the race
just cast of High street and was not
sullictently strong to withstand the
pressure of the immense volume of
water caussd by the heavy rains.
Since the head-gate was carried away,
the water has greatly damaged both
banks for a distance of nearly a hun
dred feet below the point where it
A new head-gate h being con-
atruoted at a point about 200 f e: c: t-l
of the old one. As mkiii as the wnti r
can be shut off from thu ui ill , it
is the intention of Coutra-tor .. 1
to flume the race for a fINi hut r
several hundred feet bdo v I'.w '. -gate
so as to insure no furl !isr il in e
to the banks of the ran1 'V.en i:e
257 Commercial st.
For the next two weeks, He has lots of
toys for girls and boys, and older people,
too, He would like for all to come and
see and he will try and please you with
The Fair Store I
O, P, DABNEY,
STEADMAN. At the family home,
corner of High and Union streets,
Friday,. December 18, 3896, Jay, only
son of Mrs. Effle Steadman, aged 11
years, 0 months and 20 days.
At 9 a. iii.f Saturday, the remains
will be taken to the Lone Oak ceme
tery, in the Waldo Hills, whore they
will be interred.
ROW. At the Chemawa Indian
Training school, Thursday Decem
ber 18, 1890, Millie Bow, aged about
Deceased was a pupil of the school
and was received from California.
Millie had always been sickly and her
death was caused by a complication
of deseases. Funeral services were
conducted this morning, and the re
mains were interred In the cemetery
of the school.
This is the first death among the
pupils of the school for over one year.
"The best made," in bulk, you can get as much as you want. Sweet
x'ickius iiiMi in uuik. iMJiieu ciuer ior in nice pics. j igs, cneap at iu cents a
pounu. we nave some extra large, lac niacKerei mat will
tempt your ajv
New, Plain and Plaid
HflRRITT 5 LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery,
Agents for "WorldBeater" Soap,"
A Business Change Soon,
A Leading Store About to Remove
" 11 "
IX JRMK) I
Correction It seems The Jour
nal was misinformed In its issue of
Thursday in stating that John Green,
one of the charges at the Chemawa
Indian Training school,had run away
from that institution. It appears
the boy had gone to . the steamboat
landing and belng .'absent from the
school a little longer than seemed
nesessnry, some person furnished The
Journal with the information that
the boy had runaway from the school.
Tile-correction is gladly made out of
justice to the management of the
school and It might be well to state
that there has not been a single
escape from the school during the
administration of the present man
agement which has heretofore been
an almost weekly occurrence.
Cpminq Attraction. Commenc
ing next Monday night the Royal
Marlouetts and 'numpty Dumpty'
Company will occupy the opera house
for one week, playing at popular
prices. They have just finished a two
week's engagement In Portland.wherc
they have played to full houses. Take
tho children to sco this funny com
pany. Professor Zera will appear in
"Black Art," something never before
seen In this city.
Closing Out Sale -At the Ladies
January 1, 1897, M. J.
the Union Bargain store
in his new quarters on
street. Until that time his mammotli
stock of Racket goods, shoes, under
wear, hats, umbrellas, tinware, rub
ber goods, etc., etc., will be sold at a
great sacrifice to reduce stock to the
A special reduction will be made on
all Holiday Goods. Christmas pres
ents sold regardless of former prices,
to close them all out.
Call early, at 142 State street.
18-tf M. J. MATSON.
The Daily and Weekly Journal
have now tho largest circulation ever
obtained by a Salem newspaper. Hol
iday advertisers appreciate this fact,
and business men who desire to reach
all classes of people are taking advan
tage of this fact. Secure spaco now.
Call for Warrants.
Notice Is hereby given that I have
cash on hand to pay all warrants en
dorsed uprto April 0, 1895, and Inter
est on the same will cease on the date
of this notice. Dated December 10,
G. L. Brown,
J2-10-2w County Treasurer.
water is again turned on. Tho aper
ture in the north bank of the race be
tween High and Liberty streets will
be dammed up and the water will be
confined within the banks qf the race.
It will take several weeks to complete
the proposed improvements.
The property owners liyingon porth
Church and nigh streets In tho vlcln
lty of the old head-gate and whoso
proporty was damaged by the over
flowing of the race last month, which
was uuuouoieaiy causea oy the pre
sence of the head-gate, express them
selves as Indignant at tho course being
pursued by the mill company. They
assert that the money being spent in
replacing the head-gate and otherwise
repairing the ditch is a useless cxpen-
deture as the mills, (Brick nulls)
which arc the only manufacturing
concernes: depending on the race for
motive power, are closed and have
not been operated for several years
Petitions are being circulated among
the property owners and they are
being Hberalley signed. The petitions
will be presented before the legisla
ture this winter from which the pro
perty owners hope to obtain Imme
Don't buy old goods when you can
get new at a lower price, In mackintoshes
and gents' underwear we have the largest
assortment in the city, and at the lowest
WOOMcA 1 ST W
See those genuine Wostcnholm Carving Sets at
A full line of pocket and table cutlery, razors, shears
etc. Northwest eopnef State and Lioertv sts Salem.
Reed's Opera House.
PATTON BROS., Managers.
ALL OF HOLIDAY WEEK I
LOST. Hunch of sir keys on ring. tJ 3
reward at Journal office. "3'
-Persons hiving bills ;
Deaf Mutes are reqoertdtojnw
re Decembtr 24. .T'
oi (11 I""")
In Minstrels and
More comfort and pleas
ure from tea try Schillings
Best ' '
No risk if you don't like
it, t))e grocer returns your
money in full.
A SchUHnc & Company
A Valuable Prescription.
EdltOi- Morrison, of WorthlngtQn,
Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a
valuable prescription in Electric Bit
ters, and I can cheerfully recommend
ior uonscipauon and Sick Headache
and as a general system tonic ithus no
equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2025 Cot
tage Grove, Ave., Chicago, was all run
down, could not eat nor digest food,
had a backache which never left her
and felt tired and weary, but six bot
tles pf Electric Bitters restored her
Prlpos fin ntt nnH i nn ; yikii ' delicrhtful entertainment in the
a --i. . 1. ;- "'. -- --WVVV .
up jrren A. u
egg's Drug Store.
A big asBortroont of ladles irold
watches, at low prices. Call and see
J. G. Barr, 118 State street. '
A marvelous troop of dancers, gym?
nasts acrobats, singers jugglers, etc.i
Tho mo3t amusing, Instructive and
world, carrying a carload, or scenery.
Popular prices, 10, 20 and 30 cents,
Nothing Swifter Than a bicycle
messenger. Ring telephone 40 or blue '
boxes. Christmas package delivery.
. Notice. Cheap meat. Boiling beef
from 4cGJc. Steak. 7o. G. Wnlz
& MIescke. 1 1 s
On inside property at 7 per cent, On farm
land security at 8 per cent. Safe Joans made
for Investors. Insurance eflecred in reliable
companies JOHN MOIR,
Broker, room No. 2, Bush bank buildinc
Tho Rosy Freshness
Anfl a velvety softness of the skin is Invu
rUbly obtained by those who use PoriOKV"
FOR SALE.-Vream, harness and wjon.
Can be secured one-half mile northeast ej
Red Barn H. T. Mann, Salcra P. 0. W
horses preferred, Good habits; age, 17. J
-" ,ir-c nn . innrnii omce
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g,afting, Eradjng and seedmej
First class work. Call at secona w
of Marion on Thirteemn meet or
TWIian school, at Cheirawa, nve acra
garden land, good b,W
wate. . By month or year or tow e
Address Box 145- r "PP'X S T,d
two mllMMrth of town w MIgg4
brown wrapping ipaperjor 0j,
the tning ior puiub -
Journal office. . -&
Dealer in groceries, -WJ.JJJ.
window glass, varflis
hair, cement u '-t
Scalp Cleaning, .$j& I
Hair dressed daily by tne i