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Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, May 24, 1893, Image 4

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SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
Wo aro now prepared to show the noWcst, largoat
and beat line 6f Sumtaof Drewt Goods,
'THlB 6EST LINE OF-----
BEOOADED SATEEN. 4 :
PLAIN BLACK SATEEN, ,
PLAIN BLACK" OHALLIE. !
FIGURED and PLAIN JtATlX,
FIGUKED and PLAIN INDIA' MUSLIN,
FBENOti CH ALLIES,
FltENCH CKKPE,
I3ATISCIAN CORD,
SATIN PONGEE,
SATIN RAIYE,
Ma-TWO'GiyrS.' Eleirntit Ladlos'Qold
Bllvr-wrffglVcB,way BetHi-mber Int. X
Our Shoo etock is still going atj costj
good quality
FRENCH SATEEN,
PONGEE SILK,
CORDED TAFETTA,
SATIN GLACE,
8ATIN GLORIA.
Wutch nnd Beautiful Set of
All -now goodB and
DRY 'GOPDS
AND SHOE COMPANY,
THE PALACE
,30,7 Commercial , Street.
- if -
You r golnglto jwtild or make ny Hud of
Improvement, cull on tho underi'gued lor
material. We have complete (look, and arc
roadjr to (apply nny prepated contract, lower
work, grading, ato.
Salem Improvement Co.
Hkmkmbeuko. KlndnesB payH,
whtjn Jim McCormisk run the poor
farm be and his wife wore Just as kind
to one pauper as another. Among them
was George Young, thou penniless, the
Mexican pension law gave him $3,000
back pay and (10 a mouth. After tliui
be bad a great many friends, but be
stuck by the McCurmloknand mado liih
bomo with them after they left tho poor
farm. He formed n grent attachment
for little Ethel McCormlek, now ngutf
six years, and signified It as his Inten
tlon to will bis- money to ber. It was
found upon iuqulry yeHterduy that he
did make suoh a will, bequeathing the
money in trust to Mrs. McCormlek,
with Instructions to give it to Ethel
when she becomes of age. Tho money,.
nearly 13,000, Is deposited in Ludd A
Bush's bank In this city. Mr. Young
had no relatives anywhere.
A Susricious Find. On Monduy
A. Olluger found uudor the rear of
their undertaking ollloe u bundle of
tools In an old burlap,tbat are of rather
a Busplolous character. It contained
flies, a hammer, saw,wroncheH, cIiIhoIh,
punches, drills, and Innumerable tools,
eta. that may liavo bean intnuded eith
er for a good use, or possibly constitute
a burglar's kit. Tho owner is not like
ly to call for thorn.
Neid Lookino Ai-tkii. 8ovoral lo
cal enterprises are in duuger of failure
for want of a little more push. Ami
rule where thoso things full fur want
of publlo patrouago It Is not tho fault
of the press. Tho preta subsorlluH
cheerfully to races, celebrations, tour,
naments, otc, is put to extra expense
for typo setting and reportlug,uud then
have to gloss over flnuiiolttl failures
they are not to blamo for.
Social Event, On June 0h MIb
Julia E. Burleigh, formerly tcucher In
the Oregon school for tho blind, will be
married to Heury E. Hinltli, ut her
borne In Omahu, Neb. Mr. Bmllh Is
principal of tho sohools ut Canon City,
Colo., where the couple will muko their
aosue.
Gottuk JIrst. Thst's what every
youug muu thinks he's got In his girl.
That's what she'll Know when bIh'h
keeping house and buys tho Price Fla
vor's at Viiu Eaton's grocery.
Ori tiih Bthrkts,- If you haven't
the time nor lucllnutlnn to Lo ou the
streets, call a Look wood tucNiuugcr to
run your errands,
Wit.r, Voi & At Its meeting Thurs
day evening the First Congregational
church of this city will vote on furtiier
pulpit supply, llov. P. 8. Knight will
probably be asked to contluuo a wbllo.
VnoOTAiu.KS. Clark & Eppley have
rragumenU for the choleist vegetables
la the Balem market.
Hawks A Levar, paper, hungers, 0T
lSHsilv
KELLER & SONS' CORNER,
Moulding! Mouldlogal That's tbo
wry. We have the stock; enough or It to
retell arouud Balem. Wo keep It for a
purpose. Picture framlmg Is one of
eur leadlHg features. Wo have corupe
toat workmen turn out uothlug but
Mmt-otaM work. Wo carry oyer 1000
mu framed plctur, all iwpularsubjects.
For wedding preaeuta pictures aro very
appepriat. Mrlug us your framing.
Kindergarten chairs for the little
Mtea, We sell bun red of 'em, only 73
wk. The children are delighted with
ebalrs, tb4r wawma with tho
HOAORIrfCr THE DL'AD.
i "
Memorial Day Arrangements Nearly
Completed at Salem,1
The committee on proper observance
of Memorial day have nearly completed
tbeir program of exercises. Today an
invitation' was extended to Col. Tom
Shuw, commander department of Ore
gon, of the Indian War veterans.
They will turn out with .tbo veterans
of tho Union armies.
ATTifH CITY SCHOOLS
thero will bo appropriate programs
for tbo day next Tuesday. At the
last meeting of Sedgwick Post G. A. R ,
tho following details woro made bj
Commander Crossan to visit tbeschoo.
utid maircfuddrcsses to the' schelars:
For North Balem school, Comrades-G.
P. Sanderson and H. L. Brown; East
Balem school, Rev. V, E. Copelsnd,
Mujor George Williams; Commander
Crossan will accompany this detail
Coutral sohool,Judge Henry and James
Uatchelor. Lincoln school, .Captain
D. C. Howard, G. W.' Davis and' Har
rison Prescott. Park school, D, C.
Sherman, James Altken nncJ, A.
Folger. Tho veteruuB will visit Jbe
schools at 1:30 o'clock, and Interesting
speeches will be made by them.
Bumpter Camp Buns of Veterans will
turn out In u body. One of the camp
will bo detailed to act as aide to the
chief marshal of tho parade.
The Second Itegimont bund will up
pear In now uniforms. The commlttto
on (lowers report tbut owing to the
lateueuu of tho season It will bo dllll-
cult to get many roses. But there will
bo uu abundance of other garden und
wild (lowers.
Only about half tho stato militia will
go Into camp this. year. Four compan
ies of tho Second Itegimont, First Itegi
mont and buttery will go Into an en
campment at Portland. Other com
panies will camp ut Fort Klaniath,
Col. Mitchell nnd Gouoral Compson
went to Portland today.
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STATE MILITARY BOARD.
Contracts Awarded for Supplies
Now Company at Balem.
Tbo stato military board O. N. G.
met lust night at tbo state house and
awarded the contracts, for tho Oregon
National Guard. Tho bulk of tho con
tracts will be tilled by Oregou (Inns.
Tho next ilieetlug of the hoard will
bo held In tills city In about ten dayB,
they continuing lu session for some
time.
NEW COMPANY.
At tho meeting of tbo state military
board Inst evening tho applleatlon of
Cupt. Gesurr and others for a uow mili
tary company, to to known ns "I"
company of Balem, wub grunted, and
under special order No. 27, Cupt. D. O.
Bhormun, of "B' compuuy, was to
muster the men, which will take place
at tho armory tonight.
Forty-four men have enlisted, and
after muster tonight an election forjcap
tolu uud two lieutenants will bo held.
When this is done tho company will be
fully equipped ami made ready for use.
dooorsarui. toukkamemt,
Many Good Scoroa Mado Preliminary
to tho State Shoot.
All day yesterday oars were running
to Moriilugsldo bearing inscriptions
announcing it great loco) shooting con
lest.
The Balem sports aro practicing up lo
gel their share of tlio car load of preuj
lums to be contested for Juno 27i v
The Balem Itod and Gm- chlb j
three contqets wiling ( weJ
ed. Tho '1'umood medal shoot was
WOD by O. D. Gabrlelson, who mado
twctity.ono out of n possible twenty
five. This Is the third tlmo Mr. On
brlelson has won the shoutmnd five
moro times, ngalust ouo more of B. W.'
Ilnrrltt, will mako him owner of It.
Tho score was as 'fof lews: B, W. Har
rltt, 17; C. D. Gabrlelson, 21; T. B.
Jones, 10; A. M, Lafollet, 11; Jack By
an, 10; 1 A. Turner, 19; Bent Jones,
10.
The second wob an amateur shoot,
Louis KIbelo getting eighteen out of a
possible twenty-live. Tho scoro was as
follows; Chauucey Lockwood, 0; H.
A. bttllsbury, 17; Jup Mlnto, 13; L'ouis
KIbelo, 18; E. F. Parkbnrat, 10.
Tbo last was a pool sboOt. for five
pairs of blue rocks.' Bent Jones was
i be lucky competitor, making ulne out
of tweuty-flve. The score for tbis'con
test was: A. M. Lafollet, 7; Cbas.
Adams, 3; Louis Klbele, 7; Jack Ryan,
8; Bent Jones, 0.
ACCIDENT AT MORNIQ SIDE.
Lijoll tiled
A Scaffold Falls with Two Mcnr
Badly Injured.
-One
At 5 o'clock Tuesday evening a scaf
fold fell on tho Forbes bouse In Morn
ingside addition, by which W. A. Al
derman broke bis thigh und his part
ner, T. A. Johnson, was budly
wrenched.
Alderman fell about fifteen feet, re
celvlugA bad cut under the chin lu
which several stitches had to bo taken.
Johnson saved 'lilmeelby clinging to
the building.
Tbo injured man was brought to Mr.
Johnson's house In Yew Park annex
and the limb wus Bet by Dr. Cartwrlgbt.
It 1b a bad break and ' Mr. Alderman
may bo laid up for some time.
Juky List. For Juno term Marion
county circuit ceurt: Geo. W. Watt,
Fred Stalger, C. D. Gabrlelson, L. A.
Davison, James Watt, A. W. Drager,
Jacob Welnger, J. Q. Wilson H. C.
Turpley, Balem; J. A. Motborn, Pros
pect; Riley Rlngd,GervaIs; Gus Hoefer,
Chumpoeg; F. L. Pound, Aumsvllle;
8. W. Leo. Sllverton; J. T. Ross, Mt.
Angel; E. A. Thompson, Mill City;
Phillip Painter, Lnblsh; M. Cooley,
Ablquo; John R. White, Mt. Angel;
B. F. Wbltlock, Gurfleld; J. W. Lubare
Sllverton; W. L. Klusey, Mebama; 8.
H. BiiBsell, Marlon; P. Lucier, Wood
burn; L. W. Reeder, AuaiBvllle; A. W.
Hunt, Marlon; F.V. Durbin, Howell;'
E. G. Slegmuud, Mebama; Grant Cor
byfWoodburn; A.'o Llbby, Jetlerson.
New CouroHATlONS. The Ontario
(Malheur county) Towuslto Co., with a
capital stock of $100,000, ad tho On
tario Laud and Irrigation company,
with a capital stock of,$10n,000, eueb
tiled articles today Also the Cunadlan
Amalgamator and Mining company,
capital, $10,000, Portluud, and the "De
serted Treasure" mining compuuy, of
Ashland, cupitul $3000,- Hied urtlcles today.
PERSONAL AND LO0AL.
F, S. Dear born U In Portland.
ISA, V. Farkburst Is lu southern Ore
gon. The New York hop crop Is a cent
higher.
Tho city council last night
to Thursday.
y(fl, -urli'lflon, presldont of the
j Sportsmen's association, Is at
Portland.
John Culvert, a pioneer at Gervals, is
reported dangerously til.
W. G. Westacott Is in Portland as a
witness In the Pacific Vinegar company
suit.
J. J. Dalrymplo returned this morn
ing from Portland.
Mrs. H. W. Hatch went to Albany
this mornlng,to be absent several dajs.
Setting hens Davison's market.
Mrs. Charles Bweglo returned this
morning from Portlund.
Rich golden Jersey milk Is being sup
plied by tho dairy of B. J. Sliurpe.
Pckln ducks Davison's market.
Frank Howard was sent to Jail for
live days for sleeping in a box car
James M. Keeno was today appoint
ed guardian of Clarence W. Keene.
The man Clark who was In a cabin
near the Swartz mills died last night
and was ordered burled today by the
county.
The county court Is considering ad
visability of offering a bounty for scalps
of road supervisors.
' Fresh shad Davison's market.
Judge M. . Goodell started today
for his old home, at Viroqua, Wis., and
will also visit the world's fair city.
Everybody will want to go to the
staawberry social at the M. E. church,
Friday evening, May 26th. An enter
taining program will be given, Supper
25 cents. 6-24-3t
Rev. Williams of tho Christian
church is called East, by a telegram an
nouncing illness In bis father's family.
He leuves tomorrow.
Fresh halibut Davison's market.
Supt. Rowland, of the state insane
asylum, leaves tomorrow morning for
the world's fair educational congress
and international convention. of super
intendents of lnsaue asylums and sani
tary reforms.
Lafayette Ledger: A train in the
East recently Attained a speed of 102
miles an hour, breaking the record, and
fortunately breaking nothing else.- It
is some such train beaded west, that
office seekers now In Washington
should be looking for.
Hawks & Levar, wall paper, 07 State.
Viavi. Ladles will do well to In
quire into the merits of Vlavl the suc
cessful homo treatment for women.
No hutullluting examinations, no long
doctor bills. Lady In attendance.
Call at room 1, Cottle-Parkburst block.
Office hours from 2 to 0 and 7 to 9 p. m.
Warnino. There is a counterflet ar
ticle ou the market None genuine un
less sealed. 5-24-lw
Oewf down and e our display of
Na la mwr wlwfow at special prices,
Qw4sIiwii in all mw, olau pat-
tare.
Wa4b Ihk apaea toworrow,
t4It.
Unitud RitttriiKKN, The Bubscrlp
tlona to the sbovo church uow being
built lu Balem, aro now due, aud can
be paid to Wm. Bargeant, treasurer, or
John llarrltt, secretary.
Tho Time Has Come
To investigate the merlti of that binder.
You want the most perfect waehlut.
umdo to sayo your crop this year ai'd
also tw.o one that will servo you the
lougeet for tho money, There la uoth
lug made Hewer or, more satisfactory
than the Deerlug. Investigate the
exclusive features aud Improvements.
Knapp, Burrell&Co,, Willamette Ho
tel bloek, Balem,
1 m
Lost, Hoy mare, weight 000 lb.,
wacK mane aud tall, wv white. Will
pay for return of the animal. Thomas
Holmau, 670 High street, Balera.
dw-lf
' Merchants Excursion.
Tho merchants excursion to Ban
Francisco next Saturday meuus u good
deal for tho Willamette valley, now
uud lu the furture, aud every person
should Join It who can do so. It will
bo reciprocated in a fe,W-weeUs by a like
one from Bun Francisco, nil of which
will speuk for tho development of this
wondertul valley. Hopklus Bros, have
received tbo following letter, which
speuks for tho excursion?
San FiiAtscisco. May 17th, 1803.
As you have no iloub been notified,
therols to bo an excursion to Shu Fran
cisco given by the Oregou Pacific R R.
company to too merchuuts ortno will
amolto valley. Tho board of trade of
Ban irancUeo hits outered Into tho
spirit of it,ttnd will do all In their power
lomiiKoyour visn an interesting one,
Owug to the faro having been greatly
retiuceu, tliero has never before beeu
such a favorable opportunity of the
country merchants to visit Bun Fran
cisco, aud wo hope to see yon among
tho number. Kindly let us know if
vou Intend making the trip,
Dunhaxi.Cauhioan fe Haydkn Co.
Rouud trip f.ira ouly $15.
Inferior Qooda.
Tbo only safe way for purchasers is to
Insist on bavlug the genuine article,
and not allow themselves to be swin
dled by having plasters said to be "Just
as good," or "containing superior In
gredlents," imposed upon tbem. These
uro only tricks to sell Inferior goods
that no more compare with Allcock's
Porous Plasters than copper doe with
gold. One trial of Allcock's Porous
Plasters will convluoe the-most skepti
cal of tbeir merstB.
The emineutHeory A. Mott, Jr., Pb.
D , F. C 8., late Government Chemist,
certltles:
"My investigation of Allcock's Por
ous Plaster shows It to contain vuluble
aud essential Ingredients not found In
any other plaster, aud I rind It superior.
io nun moro eiucieni man any otner
plaster."
Ask for Allcock's, and let no solicita
tion or explanation Induce you to ac
cept a substitute.
HawkB & Lovar,
Stato.
paper hangers, 97
Leghorn hens Davison's market.
TT!
F. S.Dearborn has Just opened a new
lot of Blank books, special ruled, Debit
aud Credits, cash books, mlulatura seta
for office work. 263 Commercial street.
Hawks & Lear, wall paper, 97 State.
Good new bouse to ront, six blocks
from post ottlee. Also a furnished
bouse to reut. Inquire of Geo. M.
Beeler. 5 20-tf
Strawberries the freshet, the best,
and at tbo lowest price Clark & Ep
p'ey. Dou't forget tho great 20 dayB' shoo
sale at the Columbia shoe' store, 118
State Btreat.
AUdlspepUca should use TUTT'8
PILLS.
(
yg
It Pay.
Hawk A
Levar, paper haBfen, 97
PRICE'S
noMBakn
vsrm?
owder
!M!BISBtes
iVifcuiiiBmBB
Dotit
Tou
J
xvnow
illiifrw
(-i-w
COMING
""l M "I'l'Mli.lUJ
ol-
thfit. vntt can secure
mo3t immediato relief
from ' Indigestion, and
that uncomfortable, full
nc83 after meals, by sim
ply taking a doso of Sim
mons Liver Regulator?
Some people think that
bocauao it ia called Liver
Regulator it has nothing
to do with Indigestion
and tho like. It is tho
inaction of tho Liver that
causes Indigestion, and
that fullness; also Con
stipation, and those Bil
ious Headaches. Milliona
have beeu mado to under
stand this and have been
cured from these troubles
by Simmons Liver Regu
lator a medicine unfail
ing and purely vegetable.'
Jfrom Iter. M.B.Wliartonultlmore.Md
"It affords mo plrasuro to add my testi
mony to the great virtues of Slmmont
Liver Regulator. I have had experience
with it, as occasion demanded, for many
years, nnd regard it as the greatest medi
cine of tho times. Ho good a medicine
deserves universal commendation.
THROUG
IT 18 A CHEAT PUJHJiiB TO OUU
WOULD-BE COMPETITORS HOW
IT IS THTA THE
Mm
Mi
Stem
KEEPS COMING, COMING, COM
ING I WELL, IT'S ALL DONE
BY SELLING OUR PEOPLE GOOD
HONEST
Home Made Goods
AT SUCH
EXTREMELY
PRICES.
LOW
MAltlMKD.
GIBSON-MINTON-At II -tel Per
kins, Portlund, May 23d, 1893, Miss
Clara Gibson, of Indiana, to C. D.
Minton, of Balem, Rev, C R.Keller
man ofllclutiug.
Hawks & Levar, wall paper, 97 State.
Take Simmons Liver Regulator to
keep the bowels regular.- One doee Is
worth 100 dollars.
Trusts and Combinations
Are unpopular. But there is one form
of trust against which no one has any
thing to say. That is tbo trust which
the public reposes in Hood's Sarsaparil
1a, and tbo best of it is the trust is fully
justified by the merit of the medlclue.
For, remember, HOOD'S Sarsaparilla
CURES.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, and
do not purge, pain or gripe. Bold by
all druggists.
WMf
A
Temperance
Drink
or temperance people a hcolth
giviug drink for the masses.
HS'Root
till w Beer
Not a harmful ingredient In its
make-up. .Nothing but the pur
est extracts of carefully selected
herbs, roots, barks and berries.
A is cent package makes Five
Gallons of a Delicious, Strength
ening, KHervescent Ueverage,
He sure And pet TItrra1
2
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ASTONISHMENT
u expected on eveiy side at the VA.H1E-1
i anaQUAiaTkofourdlspliyof
Card Cases
nd Usathe Goods of. evwry description
A flue line of fro, eling Cases.
SEE THE DISPLAY.
Patton Bros.,
I Booksellers und Stationer.
08 8TATB Bl-IIKKT.
NKW Ain-EKTIHKMKNTH.
REED'S OPERA HOUSE
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT.
ONE MIOHT ONLV,
TBURSDAUIAY.21.
MRS. W. J. FLORENCE,
-AJW1STKD HY-
MR. HOWARD C0YENY
And bw oourpaBs-mpjdV,ltlnc the
"The Miglity Dollar."
SALEM, OREGON,
w
CHILDREN'S DAY
Next Satu.rday
A Pretty Souvenir Given to
each little girl calling atour store
SPECIAL SALE
ILDRISTMMira
For That Day.
imawillbe the largost display of Children's . Prettj"
1 rimmed Hats ever eeen in this city at
SPECIAL LOW PRICES.
$1.00
11.00
HK
I
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SALEM,
MRS. S. G. REED,
OREGON,
265 Co
rnmercial Street.
aOTHING SALE.
WEEK WE Wart
OR MEN.S a2. MDUCMOMfJ OH AIL
" Burnt
THI3
At special low
or
AMD PAXT8.
I Tb iJrwMt were by Mrs. FkuwiM..v.w.
nrW a. .
r-"1' lur vriia w i
WX lljo y' CaU thte week nd s1 Lar8alB-
OPEIUIIOU8E COBXPP rtJiRS & CO.
Tfc wily Ttu CrtMuv f Twtr Pe w4.--No AhmmmU; K Aw.
Vmi im Millioi of Howm 40 Ymrs tk Stewkii
HImIm " r '
AewLlUOori) - BALEM, OREGON.
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