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: Fancy Eiderdowns
For drosalng pacta, bathrobes or
wrapper, 20, CO nnd 00 cents.
Rctembles French llnnncl, fancy
cylor, 25 ecu IB.
Fancy ellk ItonnetB 40 nnd'GOc.
Hnbloa elonta uf Cashmeres, Klder
downs, I'nucy flannels ?2.00 nj),
Yaiws for knitting.
Hkmv- Starlight and Superior.
1'iNn Itnp. and Domestic saxony,
cpnnlsli and Gcrinniitimn, all colors.
wD 1 J i. J5sD
New Peau de Sole in colors- The proper
fabric for shirt waists, We have a wide
range of colors including White, Creair
Grey, Heliotrope, Electric, Cardinal, Brown,
National, Automobile, In blacks our $1,00,
$1,25, and $1,50 values are the best we've
All our plaid and striped silks 'will be closed out at reduced
i ' " " " "
prices, m v v v tu v
f 1.25 ipiallty
7 He finality
J. J. DALRYMPLE L COMPANY,
watch repairing, and the skillful re
imlrer Ih closo akin to the manufacturer.
1 comblno both. If you havo n line
or common watch, and any part is
broken or lint I can replace It. You
may have a watch that you think can't
be made to keep gixxl time: It may be
Witumi you have never placed ft in
skillful hands., If ho, Inline see It. if
It can 1 made Into u timepiece, I can
Watches cleaned 75!
Main springs 7fie
HOO COMM1CHOIAL. HT,
All rcHtdcuts of Hulemnre hereby noli
lied not to Hrmlt any old paper, saw
dust, broken-glass, old bottle, crockery,
nails or other substance to lw thrown
UH)n tho public Btreets or alleys. hi
tion .15 of City Ordinance No. S-Wl hn-
M)scs n lino of from 15 to ffiO for such
offence, and the same will lo strictly i
J. P. Fiiizzkix.
The Palace Market
Will (111 your order foru roast,
broil or fry of lieef, mutton,
pork or saunage. Corned lioof,
nicely rooked, boiicdaml pressed
ready to slice for your lunch.
Wo have- our own delivery man.
lour patronage olitited.
1IW Slate St.
Graduate of the
oiKtncd nlllce at Hush .V llrcyimiu block,
lummcrcini struct Niiem (Jregou.
pOlllrtidavM Monday, Vodn.(hduy and
Friday. IiImwmm n( women and child
nut a specialty. 10-17-lm
Collarettes of all tho new furs In
tho latest Btylcs offered.
SlAimw Persian Trimming
Alaska BEAir-Astraclmn Trimming
KniMMMtB Seal Trimming.
Oitossum Seal Yoke.
White and colored
Coney, Thibet, Im.
Furs and Feather
Any price from S.'mj up tit f4.G0.
& H.'ic yard
CH "fie yard
(ft fiOc yard
Ice Not Olven Away.
I cannot afford to give leu away, but
am selling a pure article at a price that
is within the reach of all.
GlIYHTAIi Ick WonKs.
J. Magulro, Prop. II If. tf
KIlngerA Ueck, Successor! to SouthSalcm
All orders for bottled beer will be lilted
At the brewery. Kept on cold storage.
Free city delivery. Telephone 'Jllll.
Ice Very Neatly Olven Away,
We can lvu Ico uway, to convince you
coinu and mcu Iiow bin it chunk you got
fnrllttlu uicitioy. Our Ice Im initnufao
Hire from pure distilled witter.
Miniiui ice woruti,
KUNUKit fc llcaic.
Tonight fair, Saturday iMvuslminl light
100 Altcnus It) mos.25 cents each.
Witht'hrUt Series, by Murray, ! nnd
:i00 titles o( the Mershor 111 hum Wc
'M) title n( 12 mas of Standaid
Authors, 'Jfi each.
Dllvo Optic Series JuyenileH 7oe.
urn iieiity itiHtksMVSeiitw.
Sailor lky with Dewey Serlos 7oV,
History Spaulsh-Amerlcan War .1
nnil.i UuJ.u. Til.. ..K.. lt..l I ,1. .1
David Ilarnin'JiV to rtmd.
Illack DoughiH 'Jtni to riMid.
FRANK S. DBAHORN'S
,- '.'t.l, .-. 1 1, (Ktv3v
WEJX: TUi -.5-j:
Wc shine them free
275 Commercial St.
Pooplo In tho City From
Towns on Buslnoss and Vis
Geo. Murphey of Btayton, was in town
Miss Kdlth Holt, of Dalian, Went to
Stato Treasurer Moore went to Port
land this morning.
Chas. Ilaldwln of Koscdulo was in Sa
lem on biiRtnesfl today.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd Crolenn went to
Portland this morning.
Mrs. E. A. Stantor. Joined her bus
band at Jefferson today.
Dr. I). (1. Clark, of Stiiyton took the
early train for Portland.
Kola Nlea and J. Pixley, hop men,
went to Portland this morning.
Inmes Meyers and son of Smlthfluld,
were in town today on business.
Miss 0. llallou and Miss Florence Mo-
Kliinlu aro nt Portland lor a few days.
Dr. Annlco I Jeffreys Is the guest of
Mrs. II. A. Hensell, Newport, for n few
S. Friedman, John Molr and Geo. II.
llurnett, were passengers for Portland
Mrs..!. W. Hamilton, of Ilocoburg, is
is visiting Mrs. W. T. Kukln, nt 521
W. T. Moore, of Wilson, Kansas, has
arrived on a visit to his daughter, Mrs.
Attorney Jeff Meyers has gone to
spend it few days nt his stock ranch on
Dr. J. Cathcy's family, of Woodburn,
moved to Corvallls toduy, where the
doctor has Ucated.
K. Keiger, of Corvallls. who has beun
to Salem today on business returned
home last evening.
Kov. J. W. Powthoror, of the Crow
ley Haptist ehurch, went to Ktaytou to
hold a fifth Sunday convention.
W. A. Phillips, of Portland, n con
ductor on the O. It. iV S., Is visiting his
daughtur, Mrs. J. I.. Greene, of this
MosduincH W. T. Conover, I.eo. Willis,
A. N. Mooresaud M. Martin, were fair
Salemltes who took the early train for
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cottle arrived
on the overland this morning to be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. (irccuou
Kant 21th street.
Mrs. Geo.. F, Holland of Spokane,
who has been on a visit to Miss F.llle
llctrou, of this city, returned to her
home, this morning.
Chits. Tent, Quarter Master Sear
geaut of Co. M, Ifith Itegiment, who Iiiih
been on a farewell visit to Ids sister Mrs.
Jus. McGuIre, has returned to Vaticou
Miss Nina Tennyson, of Coiuillu City,
who hits been visiting ut tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Carter, hi the
Waldo Hills, left for her home last
Mr, and Mrs. Carl Zosel, Win. .onel
and Jake Kurz, here from Minuet-Ota It
locate and who are visiting at tho homo
of Theodore tfosol, at McCoy were In Sa
Arthur W. Grlffit, of Co. l..:Wth ltegi-
imiitt, who has leen on it farewell visit
to his sister Mrs, J. (J. Gardner, of this
elty, and his father at Independence',
went to Vancouver this morning,
1). K. Unsecker, of Wright, Iowa,
spent several days lit the vicinity of Sa.
lent at the home of J, W. Miles, near
Liberty. Mr. Unseckor Is it grain mer
chant and is highly pluased with the
All tirades can ho had at very client) rates
Call early and get your supply at the
Wallace warehouse. Salem Flouring,
Yew Park Grocery.
Has in stock it large line of
tablets and supplies for
Keeps a full stock of previa
ions, groceries and cttuued
goods. Fresh gools at rwu
unable prices. Taylor's cele
brattsl Imtter always on
baud. Country produce
taken lit exchange.
Allen & Bowersox,
Bargains m China and English
aro laid till over our table, uud Miches
In beautifully decorated dinner eels,
tea sets, butter nnd trutt dishes, Hue
tfhtNswnre, lump uud Jardlnores.
I'Iiom) who ntu stocking iiiuheiruliini)
clo-el, imniry or sldelnutrd wuuld do
well to exumluo the values that we
uruntTerlng In this Hue, For bridal
gifts there I nothing that will be ap
preciated mora than one of our tmi
sou or lamps.
124 ttuto st
EUmr$ &ife ' OjSsjl
Of J. It. Willard for Killing T. D.
Perry at Liberty.
Details of the Testimony on the Pie-
limfnary Hearing Before Justice
Johnson of Salem,
The preliminary examination of J. II
Willard, tho cx-poatuuiflter nnd mer
chant nt Lllwrty, on a charge of murder
in tho firnl degree was lKguu at one
o'clock tcxlay before Justice of the
Peace II. A. Johnson, in the circuit
court room nt tho Marion county court
house. This room was secured because
the justice olllce proved entirely too
small for tho crowd that is in attend
ancc. The caso is ono of tiliuual inter
est n both the dead man and his slayer
are well known here.
Tho affair has aroused intotipo Interest
In tins cltyand tho surrounding country
and has been almost the sole topic of
Thogeneinl sentiment seems to be
strongly in Willitrd's favor, although
perhaps not qulto so strongly now as at
first. The facts, that the revolver with
which thoeho)tlng wis done had been
bought that morning, and that three
fatal wounds wero Indicted, besides the
one shuttering the arm, are given more
prommeuco than nt first.
The facts developed in tho case thus
far, show that J. It. Willard, on the af
ternoon of Tuesday, October 21, shot
and killed T. I). Po-ry, near Liberty,
four miles south of Salem, on ground
owned by Perrv nnd leased by Willard.
MAI.V TACTS or TIIK CASK.
The time for which Willard had paid
his rent would not expire for several
months, lint Willard had moved into
Salem leaving a calf and some chickens
on the place.
There had been some trouble between
tho men, and Perry went out to tho
place on Monday with tho avowed in
tention of taking and holdiugpossesslon.
Tho day of the shooting, Willard wont
there with . . Stephens, not
knowing that Perry was there.
The men met and by the testimony of
Stephens, the only witness, lVry was
the ape ctsor in the trouble that ensued,
advancing on Willard, professing to
have it weapon and threatening his life.
iiiarit warned nun ami men drew a
pistol and shot him four times, Indicting
three fatal wounds.
in Tin: suiiiiirr'H hands.
Wlllurd rniuu to the Liberty store nnd
telephoned for the sheriff, to whom,
iiH)ii his arrival he gave himself up.
I le remained voluntarily hi jail, in charge
of Sheriff Durbin until after the coro
tier's Jury hud investigated tho mutter
t'AITUIIRI) nv MINTO.
Then Coiouer Clough went before
Justice of the Peace Johnson and swore
to a complaint, charging J. II, Wlllurd
with murder in the first degree. A war
rant wus issued by Justice Johnson and
placed hi the hands of D. (', Miuto, for
the arrest of Willard,
And right here.it Isclutmed.wus put In
lo oHinttlou a piece of very Hue work up
on tho part of the element in the city ki
tics, which bus for so many years tried
to turn every trick that might by any
inedibility 1st turned into it graft
on the county. For this manlp
illation took the matter out of the bunds
of the sheriff, together with all the fees
ami emoluments naturally falling Into
tho pocket of the olllcers serving the
.... . t , nl ... It I I . .
ino iriemisoi eiieriu imiidiii ciuiiu
that it was a put up job on the imrt ef
the push to throw a graft into the
hands cf Constable Mlntoj that, as the
Sheriff already had charge of Wlliurd,
the matter should have been left fit the
hands of that olllcer Instead of being
turned over to Constable Minto,
On the other hand, It is claimed that
the action of Coroner Clough to going
before Justice Johnson, and tho tatter's
action in Issuing the warrant to Con
stable Mfuto were loth lit accordant o
wlthtlioo.xprosM.il wish of District At
torney 11 uydtdt .who wanted Miuto on
thocuHo because he was familiar with
thegiouud and the wltnwn.
MANV WITNHSHUU .MIX CAU.HI).
After the arraignment liefore Justice
Johneou Thursday, the attorneys on
both sides saw County Judge Terrell
and were ituthorlcd to sitbxeun at the
oxHtmo of the county whatever number
of witnesses It was eetoutitd to huv in
addition to the four on a side authorial
by the state.
About ntlozuit wltuoweM on each tide
ate Imiug examined.
tul who Uu't it shoe Wtxtror. Ii
wm're a man and want every l.i
glutei, plow time or line in m
hIhhm, we want to see ymt.
Tttke a look ut our ninth wimluw
the tirlcwt tell tho tulo.
ft. In up for wit In culf IwU.
tl.CO up for heavy hott.
t tf.76 for a lino tan winter she,
JUUMuru flue ealf welted m!o,
invisible cork Inner eule
.t.lO for tho water-king l be
ureutosl seller, uud one of thr
host WMtreni ever tiiude.
ft.'J6 for a line bl.mk willow yulf.
ladles' lillsiies and uhlljlron's
sbtvs too in eudloM quantities
Fverytbing we Mill warrauttM.
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
TESTIMONY IN DCTAtt,.
The court room wus well filled when
Wlllurd wus brought In nt 1 :20. - The
prisoners manner was quiot and com
posed and his countenance was serene,
though he looked somewhat depressed .
11. W. Ifurritt: dealer In nrearms otc.,
Willard came to his store on tho morn
ing of the 21th and bought a revolver.
Willard told witness that he sometimes
had considerable money to carry, and
thought ho ought to havo something to
Wanted a good revolver, hut did not
care to pay tho prico ot a nmitti,
A Wesson, tho best, ho witness sold him
another brand for $0.50 nnd gave him
15 cartridges and defendant took it
away with him.
Deputy SlicrilT II. IJ. Colbatli was
called and produced the pistol found on
tho accused a tar tho shooting. Thugun
is a harmless .18 calibre.
Harritt wus recalled and identified
the revolver as one similar to tho one ho
W.W.Stevens: Bought tho store at
Liberty of Willard. Was acquainted
with T. D. Perry since 1801.
Was getting ready to tako a load of
goods to HoiiBloy whon Willard enmo
along Tuesday morning nlout 11 o'clock.
Said he wus going to look after his place
and n heifer lie had there and to gather
up some eggs, Was eating lunch when
Willard arrived. Family was in tho
house. No one else came in to the store
while Willard una there, except ono!
Smith, witness thought his name was
Frank. Asked Willard to ride over with
Tho witness was sharply questioned '
us to his testimony before the coroner's
Jury, on tho imlutns to whether he was
eating his lunch or was in tho act of
hitching up his team when Willard ar
rived. There wns a long controversy Imj. i
fore tho witness was allowed to proceed.
Wlllurd wnlked ahead and witness
overtook him near Win. Luck's place, J
anil asKcil liliu to get In ami ride. Wil
lard got in. Met no one on the
road. Did not see Willard talk
with any ono after leaving tho store.
Hud a faint recollection of meeting
some one on the road, didn't remember
who. Arrived at Ilonsloy's, unloaded
goods. Willard sat in the wagon and
talked with no one. Had a faint recol
lection of Hcnsley saying something
about trouble that hud occurred
between Perry and Willard n week or
ten days loforo. Said, "how aro jou
making it with Perry," or something
like that. Wlllurd said; "I am not
looking for Perry, nor looking for trou
ble," or words to that effect. Stopped
at Hill Dnrmaiifl and Willard got out
to see Dorinuu and sell him some
chickens. No sue was nt home. Wll
lurd then proposed that witness buy the
chickens, nnd witness went along to
look at tliem, Arriving ut the Perry
place, Willard went in through the gate
uuetiii. ferry came n rou nil the corner
ol the house and both saw him at about
the Mime time. Willard said "Hello!"
and seemed very much surprlted
to find Perry there. looked at
tho chickens and went to the barn, where
Willard gathered some cugs, and then
came luck to the house. There was
some simple .conversation when they
first met Perry but no controversy.
Perry brought the axe at this time and
put it by the grindstone. Perry said
smiethlng ulxmt the orchard fence not
btiing in good hIiiio, and Willard said
it was about the same us whon he took
the place. Witness wus looking at the
chickens ami did not pay much utteu
thu to tho conversation. There was no
auger in this talk.
There was a warm controversy at this
point between the attorneys on the two
sides of the case oyer the manner in
vr .licit the axaminiitluii of thu witness
was being conducted by the district at
torney, who wus pursinug tactics calcu
lated perhaps to confuse the witness.
The objections of the defense were
overruled by Justice Johnson. Kxnnil
nutton of witness wus resumed as we go
Having puroliNHcd all tie) casting of
tho Hulem Iron works I have for sale
gxMl new repairs and fittings for
miw mills, farm implements and other
machinery ut low prices, .1, D. Ito1on
stein, ItUI Court tdrcot, StiUm. 10-L.1I.tf
Tax List for 1898.
The delinquent tux list of Marion
county for lfjOS was published TlitiredBy
ill lllK WliHKI.Y CaI'ITAI. Joi'll.NAI..
Tin so who do not take tho Wiihki.v can
procure it copy at this olllce.
!.ai-o curtains, curtain scrim and SwUs,
ami Victoria lawn ut the New York
Market, luce curtain from -15c to $.V-
ner Niir in lato ptittcrus.and bed i-preads
(rum (Mi to 3.4ft in beautiful putttrnn.
Cheap at the prices.
2d I w
Wo have ladloi' wntd mittens
from Ho tipto 4lKi. Silk mlttuusall
prices 60c up. All wool fasoiua-
tow 20c up to fl.20. Infants
white mitten lfki up. lkotes 10c
up Knit skirts in all grades up
to the very heavy hand crochet
The. values lit theo goods are the
prime thing of Importance.
Men's knit cloves in yuruorcuah-
mere, all pri 8.
Hoy's school mittens, all prices.
Men's waterproof working glows
NEW ARRIVALS OF DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
PREPARE FOR WINTBRI
lZTrVlnfriot-liC for lnHcs and
IViawiUiituaiiD j,cnr Wo
mako them go.
Rubbers! boots and
Coats nnd mackintosh suits,
Overcoats and ulsters.
for boys andmen. Men's suits from $4 up. Buy your clothing of us;
carry tho b est quality of all wool goods, but do not charge fancy prices.
Rliif-lrtc irrl nrmfrri-tS. 500 pairs of blnnkota to chooso from. All wool Oregon mado blankota at two
DianKeiS alia COllllOr USriw tlu-ri8 their usual price. Save ono third by buying your blankets of us.
Trunks, valises, telescopes and hand-bags in great variety
T"")rV cynnHJQ W carry largo lines of dress goodB, linlngg of all descriptions, bindings, all wool flannels, outing
XJi. y gtJVUD, flnnn.ols, llannolette, wrappors, beautiful lines of capes, drees skirUi, muslins, -sheetings, calicoes,
hosiery, underwear, corsets, gloves, and everything usually carried in a first-class dry goods store. Vo do not
charge fancy prices, llko some stores wo know of in this city, but sell our goods on tho lowest possible margin.
all our customers, for it Is busi
ness to make one sutlslied, mid
we satisfy all with our high
grade low price mouN.
244 Commercial st.
Thu Tillamook Lumber Company has
been sawing out n number of sticks
from 71-foot logs, which are to bo used
in the construction of the government
scow now being built in Tillamook.
I'cdora, and Stiff lints,
In all lute styles, nnd other styles of
men and boys' huts and cups, and mlstics
cups ami tain U' siianters, in great van
ety, and all at our usual low prices
t'lcaso cull and see us for oil clothing,
mackintoshes, duck conts, nyerecoats in
late styles for men and children. L'-l-w
Twolve hundred pounds of chcoo was
shipped from Tillnmoook to Portland
I'or 1000 bushels good clean feed oats
ami one fresh milch cow at the enlteu-
J. D. Lkc, superintendent. 10-20 at lw
Made an Assignment.
The hardware firm of Ilrown h .Smith
yesterday niiule tut assignment, and
UM)it presenting the case before Judge
Itnise lie apt)olnted I). W. Matthews as
signee of the property.
Hoys' overcoats nt low prices, for
ages from years to IP years, at the
New ork llucket. Don't let the little
boys suffer with cold, but get them tin
overcoat. 10 17 2d lw
The Mendelssohn Club.
Will meet at 8 p. m. Monday, Octolwr
ISO, ut Mrs. Wlllmun's studio.' A full at
tendance in desired.
F.tta Asimus W11.1.MAN,
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Swenringen,
Mitehvillo, Iu A. A. Hauniann, 0. 0.
Graves, Win. St.iveneon, II. G. Suhls
strom. F J. Ales. Mayer, Portland j
Mrs.CullnS. Martin, Tsilteoos Utkoj
W. A. Gray, Vancouver, Wash,; V. 0.
W. A. Williams. Geo. W. Klv. It. L.
Williams, II. X. Cockorlln, A. W.
Clothier, Portland; Itov.G. S.Oliver,
Jossph, Or.;S. M. Cooper, Sun Fran
cisco j Austin Mugnes, Wheatland; C.
P. Durst, Wheatcakor. Or.
Hobson'fl fall stock of new goods
sun comim; 1 tue iiitesi arrival ueing a
case of Taffeta Silks in a number of
beutitlftil shades; these rich goods added
to the lurgo variety of dress goods in
stock makes tin ussortmont from which
all may make a selection that will pleuse
and uivo satisfaction. IIIh xtoek of
clothing is large and is Just what you
ntHHi tor tins clillly weather. He has
the oileoutM. Ii:Im. mini, nnvif linnta mi. I
. lailies' rubbers in nil sues to make you
rain proof. He keeps a largo stock of
first class goods, which are Iwught for
cusii ami N.111 lor nihil, lie gives Ills
customers satisfaction. You are in-
vit.,.1 r. ...ill .....I Inun.it .)... ......!..
W. II. Iloitsox
207 Commercial street.
HEEDS OPEltA HOUSE
I'A'iTo.N imoa . iow ami Mgr.
jAiinther Plwu-nnt Kvent,
The Smith ainl Uw CiimudtunH,
With the 1'ome.lian
Scale of Prlcosi
Orchestra i. Tfi, M luktinv, 78
I'aniiwt, , 2nd lktlny W
MONDAY. OCT. 30
gents, girls and boys all sizes In stock. All now stock, no left overs from last
nuvercarry any rubbers or mackintosh goods from ono year to another. Our prices
shoes, rubber boots and
rubber capes, All new goodB anil Iwst of
rV. good overcoat for $5. Wo have cheapor ones and better ones. Wo sell over
coats at a 25 per cent, reduction from any other house in this city.
Racket, Cor, Com. and State sts,
To catch the eye is sometimes very difficult
To catch popular favor is still more dilficuhl
The clear Havana cigars
Have succeeded in doing both,
S AUG. i-lUCKENSTEIN, rTOp.
We have just received :i fine line of these goods they are
colored photos taken from nature. The latest thinjc in art
ETCHING, ART PRINTS
And a great variety of the most attractive pictures ever
brought to Salem. Framing to order from the newest mould
ings. Call and see them.
F. W. Mollis & Company
First Door North of Postofficc.
!w to' lirfr C JL''
. AlKT n t
5TEIHER 5 BERGER, 130 Sfaf? 51.
v v v And Kumors of war!
The war in Shoes increases
our business daily. Not
withstandingall the many Shoe
Qtnrac : ea .
tOeS 111 baleill We are eilJOV
f . ..-.'
mg an immense trade this fall.
Why? Because our brices are
much lower than others; our
styles the latest and quality
the best that skill and good
workmanship can produce.
We defy all competition.
SALEM SHOE STORE
R. II. LEAHn
&S Stuto St. U,M
We have iust
Ever brought to Salem.
They are the celebrated
WILSON AIR TIGHT HEATERS.
ine iatest pattern
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
oil clothing, storm
stock, nntf prices lower than nny houeo In
our low prices will tstonlsli you.
-Buy the "Home" Air Tight
Stove, and the "Home" Steel
Range-- made at Salem the
best Heating and Cooking
Stoves on the market.
Come and see them
patronize home industry.
Let us know just what you
want, and if not in stock will
have it made to order.
A ituali m,,k i'h.Ib.
ranm' wr tin
of the best
in the Market.
t F C5-