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Daily Capital Journal.
BY HOVBR BROTHBRS
MONDAY, DEC. 21, 1890.
i; DAILY LINK lO PORTLAND.
Altona and Ramona
DAILY. Portland, 0:45 a. m.
Salctu 7 s a. in., except Sunday.
Quick time, regular service and cheap
M. P. BALDWIN,
In capes and jackets will be closed
out by January 1.
$3 values go at 82.2.". -
$1 values go at $.'1.23.
$5 values go at $4.
$0 values go at $4.75.
88 values go at 8(5.50.
$10 values go at $7 t'0.
$12 values go at $10.
$20 yalues go at $15.
Buy now while we have your size.
J, J, Dalrymple Co,
Two Great Things,
Our big slat.li nale of Jackets at
one third off. Our big slash sale of
Prices In many traces less Ohm
half. Big lines piled out ntfiV.
.i9c,4!)c, .!K', atut li!k Look them
Fine lines of excellent values at
$1, $1.25,81.50 and $2. Useful girts.
Gentlemen's Initial linen, splen
did quality, 25c. Large lines of
ladles, fioni a colored border hem
stlched at 3c. to the exquisite
embroidered linens at $2. Silk
handkerchiefs, 10c and up
All silk ribbons for fancy work
Nos. 5 and 7, 6c. Nos. 9 to 22, 10c.
News at the State
Rolls for 1896 Show Decline
F. K. Loycll returned this morning
C. W. Ilellenbrand returned Oils
morning to Albany.
Cal, Jackson, U. S. A. came up from
the metroplls today.
J, R. Dickenson and son Rezin went
to Turner this morning.
Ho.n. F. C. Baker came up from
Portland this morning.
J. G. Wright, the grocer, went to
Portland this morning.
Supt. T. J. Hendricks, of the Reform
school, was In the city today.
Senator S. A. Dawson, of Linn
vi .mann Kfilpm t.ori.lV.
ton Times, spentSuriaayTtrcownr
Select your Christmas presents now.
"We have a fine stock at bed rock
WILLIS BROS. S. CO,
!he Cash Dry
Goods, Clothing and
Werner and Eugene Breyman were
Portland business visitors today.
Attorney Jno. Manning came up
from Woodburn Sunday morning.
Rev. Jno. Parsons returned this
morning from the lower valley.
Circuit Judge-H. II. Hewitt, came
doffn fiom Albany this afternoon.
Attorney General C. M. Idleman,
c line up from Portland this morning
Banker J. S. Cooper, of Independ
ence, went to Portland this tnorninf.
Mr. and Mrs.J.B.Stump are at home
frjm a stay at their Polk county farm.
W. R. Blaln, or Albany, was in
the city today, a guest at the Will
amette. Supt Gilbert of the Oregon State
Prison has filed his report with the
Ex United States Attorney, General
Geo. II. Williams of Portland was in
W. R. Allen arrived home this
morning from attending the Califor
nia Dental College.
Hon. D. P. Thompson will lecture
at the First Presbyterian church De
cember 28, on Japan.
Will T. Boyd of Lakeview, and
Sam P. Lockwood of Portland, were
commissioned notaries Saturday.
Ed. Halloway and Geo. D. Ely, of
Douglas, Ore., left this morning for
Eastern Oregon on a prospecting tour.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tuthlll left for
California last ulght on account of the
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The preliminary ot I mates of the
valuation or property as shown by the
assessment rolls Is $14,000,000 less than
Erlendsof Hon. J. Bourne of Poit
landj' the anti-Simon candidate for
speaker, report that he is recovering
rapidly from a severe attack of la
The regents of the State Normal
sfilioni at Monmouth held their semi
annual session Friday and will sub
mit a jnnaniiil report to the legisla
ture. The long-delayed assessment rolls of
Wallowa county reached theSccretary
of State's olllce today. They were de
layed by not being transferred to the
express company from the stage line.
B. S. Cook.of.Salcui, on recommend
ation of the Governor, was elected vice
president for Oregon, of the Omaha
Trans-Mississlppl exposition, June 1,
Judge Webster, Chas. Fullcrton, C.
M. Idleman, Mnjor Jackson, F. C. Ba
ker and ex-Senator Cogswell came up
from Portland today and were State
The state teacher's association
meets at Salem one week from tonight
at the First M. E. church.
State Treasurer PhllMetschan and
Mrs. Metschan are expected home
Tuesday morning from California.
F. A. Knapp.Portland; J. D. Irvine,
Independence; Geo. L. Story, Oregon
Clty.W. N. Douglas, Mnrshfleld: were
commissioned notaries today.
Sheriff B. C. Agee and guard of Dou
glas county brought J. E. Sutherlln,
sentenced two years for man-slaugh-ter.to
the state prison. It was thought
for a time Sutherlln would be hanged.
Following table gives the assess
ment totals by counties, of Oregon,
as equalized by the state board in
1895, and the valuations as returned
by thecounty authorities for 1890:
Lionel R. Webster attorney for res
jpqndent. Ed. Menden and M. J mc
SlaliOn attorneys for nppelants.
State or Oregon respondent, vs. W.
E. Elsworth, appellant. Appeal from
'Multnomah county. Judgment or
Hnnu 1 the lower court reversed and tho cause
nuubt" (remanded for a new trial. Opinion
, ty Muprej C J. . .
ltutu u. say re, execum, icainmu
ent, vs. W.D. Mohney ct a), appellant,
appeal from Marion county. Judg
ment of the court below reversed and
the cause renmnded with instructions.
W II. Patterson, respondent, vs.
John Fox, etal., appeal from Clatsop
county, argued and submitted.
Chas. W. Fullcrton and Attorney
General Idleman arc attorneys for
appellants. M. Long Is attorney for
Senator W. H. Hobson of Stay ton, UTMjpttt; $m.
has sola his stock and store to Gehlen
& Brown. After the legislature is
over he will remove to San Jose, Cal.
Miss Lillian Fay, who has been a
teacher of the boys' department in
the Academy of Sacred neart some
months, returned yesterday to her
home in Portland.
Salem grange officers-elect are:
Master, T. L. Davidson, overseer; I.
M. Wagner; lecturer, Zella Fletcher,
stowart, F. Furtz; chaplain, F. R.
Smith; treasurer, George H. Crolsan;
secretary, Lydla Leabo; gatekeeper,
Lewis Savage; ceres, M. A. Stump;
pomona, Emily Boise; flora, Phene
Strong; L. A. S., Caroline Kurt.
Buren & Hamilton aro busv fram-
Ing pictures for Christmas. 18 tf.
Will have his headquarters at the
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
Multnomah .... 52,803,031
From a letter written by Rev. J,
Gunderman, of Dimondalc, Mich,
we aro permitted to make this cx
tract: "I have tie hesitation in re
(ntntnendinir Dr. Kinc's New Dls
coverv. as tho results were almost
marvelous In the case of my wife
While I was pastor of tho Baptist
church at Rives Junction she was
brought down with Pneumonia sue
ceeding La Grippe Terrible parox
ysms of coughing would last hours
with little interruption and it seemed
as if she could not survive them. A
friend recommended Dr. King's New
Discovery; it was quick in its work
and highly satisfactory in results."
Trial bottles free at Fred A. Leggs
drugstore.. Regular size 50c. and 81.
A child's China set.
A child's mug.
A child's cup and saucer.
Cream and sugar sot.
Beautiful mush sots.
Bread and milk sets.
Handsomo salad trays.
Also salad bowls.
Decorated break plates.
And don.ti you forget tho .great
display of lamps at
124 State St.
We have still a great many pretty as well n ,,cr
them at very low prices. IlandWchlcrs. purse, m , m1 prescnt. and off,,
umbrellas, celluloid novelties, fascinators C5M& tojftt
prices. Mackintoshes capes 'and Jackets at actrnii cost ps' a" at K8
.Rubbers or all sizes at theNewYork
Our stock of toilet articles,
perfumery, etc, is entirely
new, of the very best quality,
and sold at prices that will
make you smile,
Take a good home-cooked Sunday
dinner at Mrs. A.D. Smith's. Chicken
and mince pie. Opera house block.
Nuts. Santa Claus gets them
at wholesale at Wcstacott & Irwin's.
Christmas tree ornaments sold at
cost with Xmas candy orders at the
"Queen of Violets," "Grand
Duchess," and "Maud Muller,"
"Mary Stuart," and all the pop
ular odors in imported or Am
erican perfumery at Fry's drug
M. E. Song Service.
The First Methodist church was
crowded last evening with a large au
dionce, of music-loving people, the
occasion being a song service by the
choir, under the skillful leadership of
Professor R. A. Heritage. The affair
was Indeed a rich musical treat and it
will lie somp time before wo again
will have tho pleasure of enjoying so
pleasant an affair. The program, of
anthems, solos and quartetts, was car
ried out with great precision and
tho appreciation of the audtonco was
expressed quite freely after the ser
vices. The anthems "The God of
Abraham" and "God Is a Spirlt"wero
.sung with wonderful expression. The
solo, '-Show Thy Mercy," by Miss
Martha Traver was greatly appreci
ated and Miss Lena White's solo,
"When Grief and Anguish," was
sung very sweetly. Tho short ora
torio, of the 42nd psalm, by Mendcl
solm. was a musical treat. The solos
by Miss Adda Irwin, Mrs. II. B. Hol
land and Mrs. C. W. Boeschen were
very acceptably executed. Tho quin
tette, by Mrs. II. B. Holland and
Messrs. J. O. Bozorth, J. W. Blckford,
A. E. Hopf and J. R. Davis, Is es
pecially deserving of mention. A
number that had not been placed on
the program, but was nevertheless de
lightfully received, was a s .1 1" l ro
fessor W. F. Werscnkul, piitllhL,,Tlie
Green Hill Far Away." Tin- I'mt i
sor sang with great expicss"i and
the greatest, anticipation of hi bill
ties as a vocalist were fuliy mill .ul
Monday Gloves. Tuesday
Store will be open ovenlngs.
"Tho hoot, l.inrlr. 1 tr. Vinltr ,... .. 4- ..i. .-
ti ii 1"y-"u '."",, tJ,, i .'.'" Via" cl " J"11 as you want. T3icu
j- u.n.ic;o uibu in uuik. jioiiea ciaer ior mince pies, ings, cheap at 10 cents a
uuuiiu. uu nave some extra large, rao mackerel that will tetint your
P, O, Grocery.
Agents for "WorldBeater" Soap,"
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The footings of the assessment rolls
of Marlon county will be completed
R. G. Morrow, court reporter, Js
readlm? nroofa of a volume nf snnromo
becretary of State Klncaid is hav
ing electric lanterns fitted at the
north and south entrances,of tho state
Lee Fones, son of Gardner Fones,
has secured a position a's bookkeeper
with a Chicago firm.
State house visitors from Portland
report that Senator Mitchell's
friends aro not so confident of his suc
cess as they were.
Joe Day, respondent, ys. E.S. Larsen
appellant, appeal from Multnomah
county. Judgment reversed and the
cause remanded to the court below
with directions to order the Judgment
in question to bo satisfied of record.
Opinion by J. Bean.
State of Oregon respondent, vs. E.
Martin, appeal from Wasco county.ap
peal abated. Opinion by J. Bean.
E. McCann, appellant vs. A. Weth
crlll respondent, appeal from Jose
phine county, judgment affirmed.
Opinion per Curiam.
JameB John etal appellants, vs
Philip, F-Smlth executor, respendent:
appeal from Multnomah county.
Jndgment of tho court below affirmed.
Football Notes. In the football
game at Newbnrg Saturdays between
the Monmouth and Newburg teams.
the latter won with a score of 0 to 4
It is expected a return game will be
played in Monmouth next Saturday.
In a game between the Yew Park
team and a "Picked" eleyen Saturday
afternoon the former won with a score
of 18 to 0.
FREE;vA handsome book with every $5
or over purchase until Xmas,
257 Commercial st.
New, Plain and Plaid
Electric blttes is a medicine suited
for, any season, but perhaps more
generally needed, when the languid
exhausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpjd and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative Is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
ortcn averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicine will act
more surely In counteracting and free
ing the system from tho malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric
Bitters. Regular prices 50c. and $1.
per bottle at Fred A. Leggs drug
A Business Change Soon,
A Leading Store About to Remove
Don't buy old goods when you can
ger nevr a a lowf price, In mackintoshes
and gentsf underwear we have the largest
assortment in the city, and at the lowest
itfl VMi $TO
See those genuine Wostenholm Carving Sets at
Gold Pens. Wishing to dispose of
this part of our business we will sell
the stock wo have on hand at greatly
reduced prices. John G. Barr, jeweler.
Opinion by Wolyerton.
resnondont. vs A.
n .1 . -r .-'.'. r
ivyan, appellant. JUdgmontor
the demurrer. Opinion by C.J.Moore.
John T. Duffy, respondent vs. M. J.
MoMahon and Louis A. McMahon.ap
pelants.rcspondents. Motion to dis
miss appeal and annolauts cross-mo-
tlon argued and submitted.
Valuadle and.TJseful Presents.
Anyone wishing to purchase a suit
able Xmas present would do well to
examine my stock of hides and rugs.
Corner of Thirteenth and Cheraaketa
Closing Out Sale At the Ladies'
.January 1, 1897, M. J. Matson, of
the Union Bargain store will locate
In his new quarters on Commercial
street. Until that time his mammoth
stock of Racket goods, shoes, under
wear, hats, umbrellas, tinware, rub-
great sacrifice to reduce stock to the
A. special reduction will bo made on
all noliday Goods. Christmas pres
ents sold regardless ,of former prices,
tn nlnen f 1mm nil ..4. '
uu wum, UUCIU Ull UUt.
Call early, at 142 State street.
18-t M. J, MATSON.
A Change. Geo. Fendrlch has
purchased the Court street market of
E. C. Cross, and will have the same
conducted by Jo. Tyler, the well
known meat cutter.
A full line of pocket and table cutlery, razors, shears.
rtn. TVWflrHTPct mtntr State and Lioertv sts Sakffl.
,,, .W I. .. WV ,W WM
Reed's Opera House.
PATTON BROS., Managers.
ALL OF HOLIDAY WEEK I
T)rAirru a . T .
a. umr r anu IVKLIADLE. King
puuuesu or Diuo boxes for a bicycle
messenger. Christmas package de-ivery.
In Minstrels and
Mr. G:-o:cr: thre are
thou-'inl; of people who
want go d tea (many don't
drink tea now, because it
hasbeen either costly or bad)
and here is Schilling's Best
good tea at a fair price.
Don't you want to sell
lots of such tea, and money
back it if your customers
don't like it.
A ScUttine & Company
Clothing Cleaned. Ladles gar
ments cleanadjat reasonable prices at
O. Ottkls corner of Chemeketa and
Thirteenth streets. Satlsfactson
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children, v
A marvelous troop of dancers, gym
nasts acrobats, singers Jugglers, etc.,
W0LZ & MIESCKE Proos.
Dealars in all kinds of fresh and salt racale
Lard in bulk, 7c a lb. Cheapen meat in th"
own. Try them. 171 Commercial st. '
The most amusing, instructive and
ghtful entertainment in 1
world, carrying a canoaa 01 scenery
delierhtful entertainment In tue
nrlrt. pjirrvinir a carload Ol
Popular prices, 10, 20 and 30 cents.
C. H. LANE,
211 Commercial st., Salera Or
ra-Suits $15 upwards. Pants$ upwands'wffil
Tho Rosy Freshness
a velvety sottnesa of tho kln is
j Anfl a velvety
rlably obtained by those who use Powosi
FOR SALE.-Aeood light Urokcnerp
just fitted to carrying pssengenwc
mountains, with good ited pn82
Enquire of E.H. Piper, South Cm
FOR SALE.-VTe.ara, tarn j "ft
Can be secured, one half mile tri'
Red Barn. H. T. nn,balcmrft3
-: . i.i.i.. t.11. ihmI fa
School for Deaf Mutes are wq"S
them before December 4; ffi
First class work. Call at wcona w j
of Marion on Thfrteentn street
r.i T n.Hetnck. Salem, (fr
Indian scnooi, "-""""... ,rw
garden land, good taJJ J
watei . By month or year for -W j
Address Box '45.aPPJSii
CARPET PAHUJ-j, H
brown wrapping paper fa jlt
the thing for putting w tte ,
Journal office . -"
window glass, Tiil
the most omffcfcjTfr
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hair, cemeni IZJt