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lflVKMjNry bAiia'AJJ, JO0imA.lJ, TUESDAY OCTOBER Bf IBUO.
SEC DRESS GOODS FA liL NEW PATTERNS IN FRENCH FLANNELS, FINE SUITINGS IN HOP SACKING, BROCHE, Changeable -:- Diagonals, WHIP CORD. Jackets- Best THE PALACE 307 Commercial Street. Ladies should see the P. s. and girls. A waist for lnys with suspenders on. - IF - You aro going to build or make any frlndof improvement, cull oa ttte uuder gued lor material. Wo have a complete mock, aud are reidy to supply any prepared contract, sewer work, grading, etc. Salem Improvement Co. Salem Sohools.-PuoI's registering with the school clerk of this district are something over 1500, with several hundred to near from. Enrolment at the schools showed 615 at East Salem, 247 at North Salem, 101 at the Park, 124 at Lincoln ,110 at Central, a total of 1150. The first teachers meeting was hold Monday at 3 p. m. and follow ing officers elected: President Geo. A. Peebles of North school; vice president Mls3 Ollvo Capwell of Lincoln school; secretary, Allona Mellen of East school. The following are the school grades with the schools designated and the total number of pupils in each grncln East schoel: Grade 1-75,2 35, 3 33, 4-62, 6-78, 0-68, 7-G4, 8-63, uuolassifiau 50 North soheol: Grade 1-03, 2-30, 3 49, 4 23, 5-43, 0 16, 7-0, unclassified 17. Park soheols: Grade 1-65, 2 35, 3-27, 4-27, unclassified 17. Central school; Grade 1-65, 2-25, 3-22, 4-0, unclassified 1. Lincoln schoel: Grade 1-41, 2-10,3-20, unclassified 7. One Less Gkoobuy.--No lino of trade has been overdone at Salem, but the ono nearest crowded has been the retail grocery business. All who have nttonded to their busluesa have made money and ono firm has done so well that it la going into au exclusive whole sale line. Sroat & Gile huve issued a circular and say: "Our wholesale fruit and Bhlppiug business has now attained suoh proportions that wo havo con cluded to give our entire atteutioa to it, and to that end wo shall close out our ontlro stook of groceries, queeuawaro and fixtures at actual cost nud re tire from tho retail trade. To the crocora of tho city wo extend our ac knowledgment of appreciation of their support which has made it possible for Us to reach this stage, By close and careful attention to your wants we hope now to be able to mora than ever merit your patronage That we may not In any way conflict with your In terests Is tho prime motive for reliving from the retail field." New Timb-Oahd. The Northern Pacific railroad huschunged Itsschedule which took effect Oct. 1. Trains now leave Portlaud for Tuooma, Seattle, South Bend, Gray's Harbor ami Puget Sound points at 8:46 a. in. Atlantic express for St. Paul aud East 11:30 a; m., and Atlautio Mail 6 p. m. Trains arrive from Seattle, Tacoma uud Puget Bound points at 7 a. m,; Gray's Harbor, South Bend and South Points, 6:25 p. iu.; through trains from St .Paul nud East, 9:45 p. in. All trains du'ly except coutibotlou at Ceutralla to and from Bouth Buud,whlch is daily except Hun day. Hop Houses Buhn. This morning word v.'os received by Mitchell, Wright & Co., general iusurunco agents, t hut tho hop houses of James Duko uud Thos. McOlelluud, six miles south of Bilverton had burned. Each contained about three tons of hops, and was In jured for $500 In tho American Flro In surauco Co., of Philadelphia, through tho above named ngonoy. Mr, Mitch ell at onoo drove to tho scene of tho fires, and by this tlmo the losses are no doubt both settled up. In New Quahtkiuj. Mitchell, Wright & Co., tho lire, life and acci dent Insurance men, havo removed their offices Into the commodious room at the rear of the Holmau block, Hero they aro having offices elegantly fitted up to suit the needs of their lurgo aud growing business. . Wantkd. Potatoes en subscription, at Thb Joubnal offleo. Capital Cjtj; Drug Store, LUNN k BROOKS, HOLMAN 1JL0CK. ever in Salem, . DRY'GOODS AND SHOE COMPANY DeBevoise Waists for boys LITTLE LOCALS. Miss Mario Messick is home from Metarts bay and Portland. -Miss Helen Copeluud of this city leaves shortly for Salem, Or., to reside perma nently. Tacoma News. Geo. Isaacs of the Salem Light aud Power Co. has gone to LuGrande. Jessie and Kate D.ilrymple are at Portland. Col. N. B. Knight, Hun. Napoleon Davis, President J. M. Walluce of tho Salem vVater Co., and Manager J. M. Kyle of the Sulem caunery arrived on last night's overland. ...Charles Smith is at Ashland for a two weeks' hunt and llsh Mrs.lt. E. Wands Is market lug a very fine article of mushrooms. The VVm. M. Stewart silver cham pion cigars aro being billed all over town. Rev. M. L. Itugg preached his first sermon as pastor of the First Baptist church Sunday morning, and resides with his family in the Ferguson bouse, North Salem. Salem and Spokane talked by telephone yesterday. Moro rain; the ground is in flue shape for plowing and fall grain never looked finer than now. Contractor Mason has been running tho heavy roller over the State street improyement the past few days, and gives it a fine uppearance. Ono drunk appeared before his honor, Judge Edes, this wet morning. David Moll, ofMoMinn- ville, was a Salem visitor today. Miss It. F. Hull wont to Sclo today. C II. Luue, the tailor, returned from Portlaud today. PERSONALS. Prof. C. W. Burr, who has been en gaged to teach tho English classes iu tlto Capital Business college, has ur rlved in the city and commeuced his work yesterday. A round dozeu uew students have ulready entered this week, aud moro are coming in dally. Mr. and Mrs Lewis Savage sturted for the world's fair today. Miss Lena Knight departed today for New York to contiuuo art studies. Attorney Goueiul Chamberlln is iu tho city, Contruotor Scott, who built tho hotel Coronudo and hotel Arlington at Santa Barbara, reglstcied at The Willamette. E, P. Thompson, a capitalist of Su lem, is at the St. Charles. Oregonlau. Judge MoBrido made a good ' record ut Astoria in turning of! two murder trials iu three days. E. B. McElroy, state superintendent of public instruction, uud wife returned from Chicago yesterday. V E. Burke, tho real estate dealer Is up from Portlaud. Attorney V. 8. McFudden, of Cor vullls, is iu tho city. His father who has been quite ill, Is improving. A, C. Wugnur, a Portlaud real estato man has been visiting at tho farm homo of his father, at Sunuyslde. Hon. O, F. Puxton of Portland Is In tho city. F. S.' Dearborn lowered tho prices least 20 per cent, prices ou second Commercial street. tho stationer has ou school books at Call and get his hand books at 203 A Goon Pkdksthian. Rov, Blair, of tho C. 1 church, Is not slow at walk ing, auy more thau he Is at preuchiug. This morning ho expected to coiuo iu ' from Silver ton to Salem ou the stage, ! but tho vehicle escaped him, so ho started to make tho distance afoot. He j walked to Chemawa, where he caught the local train uud came to Salem noue tho worse for his long jaunt, ' FnoKiiKL School. Miss Bullou's . Kindergorteu has twenty-six ohlldreu ' enrolled at the kluucrgarteu hall. Mrs. I Ogle, Miss Mary Parmouter aud Lulu Conover, aw assistants. Several other! young women uro talking of taking up this most Interesting Hue of educational ' work, I ii i mm ! AGAIN. John Holm has again' opeued u blacksmith shop iu Balem, ut rear of Cook's hotel. All friends In-' vlted to give him a call, uud get work ' done in tho best manner. IM1. lin Tjih Fair That Is where you get bargalus. Oora house block. assortment IN THE POLICE COURT. Hoffman Hold for Larceny and May Jfet Be Hold for Murder. Robt. B. Hoffman plead guilty to the crime of petty larceny and was fined $50 and costs, for which he goes to jail. He had the personal property of James Morrissey in his possession, but in the bundle a government patent to laud is missing. In tho meantime the proper authori ties are awaited from California to iden tify him as Frederlckson. Mr. Morrissey of Wtnlock, Wn., is still in town aud will remain for a week or more. He is very sure that Hofl'man and Hendrick son are one. At Kalama he described him to a detective who was hunting for the same man as the murderer of Bruce, and for whom there is a big re vard of ferred. Hoffman has chanced his appearance by growing a red beard, but Morrissey who seems lobe an intelligent man, says he can brlug people who will rec ognise him as he looked when he bad a smooth face, and recognise Iiim as the same man who is photographed as Frederickson, and looked like that pic ture to the life. Meanwhile Hoffman stays in jail L6 days. A Fashionable Colok. Cranberry red is the latest fad. The ladles ail want it, aud to get it iu its greatest pu. rity they should get some of those fresh cranberries at Clark &EppIey's. They are extra choice. Oregon Hops. They are the best In tho world, and always give the best satisfaction to consumers. So with the groceries from Van Eatoh's grocery store, Jekseys. At Sharpe's dairy are kept as fine a herd of Jersey cows as you wish to see. That is why they sell such excellent milk nud cream. After Breakfast l'o purify, yitalizo and eurlch the blood aud give nerve, bodily aud digestive strength, take Hood's Sarsupurllla. Continue the medicine after ever.l meal for a month or two and you will feel "like a new man," The merit ol Hood's Sarsaparilla is proven bv its thousands of woudeiful cures. Why don't you try it? Hood's Pills cure constipation. They are the best after dinner pill aud fumily culhartic. Orphans' Home. The usual month ly meeting of the board of mauugers for the orphans' home will be held at the home of Mrs. Z. F. Moody, on Thursday, Oct 5th at 2 p. m. All mem bers of tho board are urged to be pres ent. Railroad Commission. The Ore gon railroad commission went to Al hauy last night and sturted eurly today to inspect the Oregon Pacific ruilwuy In a Bpecial truiriC They return to Al bany this evening. Always in Season. Tho dealers who are always in season make friends with their patrons. This is the aim of Hurrltt & Mclntyre, the post office grocers. Try their uew colery and cranberries. Religious. Revival services ut the Christian church each eveniug this week, at 7:30. Come and hear good preaching and good singing. Strung era cordially invited. The Blind. Supt. Bollluger of the Blind institute reports three uew pu pils at the state school. SALEM GAS LIGHT CO. Reduction in Price of Gas. From and after October 1st, 1893. the price of gas will bo as follews: Less than 600 cubic feet per month $3.50 per 1000 cubic feet. Over 600 cubic feet per month $3.00 per 1000 cubio feet. Special rates for large consumption glvcu ou application to L. B. McCLANE, Manager. THE MARKETS. San Francisco, Oot. 3. Wheat, December $1.13. CmoAao, Oot. 3. Cash, COj; Do cember COJ. Portland, Oct. .3-Wheut valley, $.07J; Walla Wulia.87i. OpMLBaksng SJiPewder: The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum, Used in Millions of Homes 40 "Years the Standard Marlon County Finances, County Treasurer Brown submitted following semi-annual balauce sheet Sept. 30. aENEKAb FUND. Bal. on hand April 1st $20,000 27 fohu Knight- taxes 55,178 11 John Kuightdeliuq taxes..- 10,318 89 Joliu Knight overplus on tax sales 108 93 W H Egau redemption of property bought by county. 112 32 W H Egan trial fees 258 45 Secretary of state 10 02 Licenses of all kinds 71100 Pauper money returned 12 05 State treasurer road aud bridge account 753 81 City of Hubbard 100 00 Forfeited ball 80 00 D D Coffey poll tax 432 00 J S Graham permit fees 12 60 Total $94,104 65 Paid on county war rants $68,128 82 State tax 25,533 91 Appropriated to sol idlers fuud 500 00 94,102 73 Balance $ 1 82 SCHOOL FUND. Bal on hand April 1st $21,988 18 Taxes 24,158 00 State treasurer...-". 0,420 70 Fines 305 00 Totul $52,877 88 Paid on school orders $51,710 85 Balance $ 1,167 03 INDIGENT SOLDIER FUND. Bal on band April 1st $240 02 From general fuud 500 00 Paid on warrants 627 00 Balance $113 02 INSTITUTE FUND. Bal on hand April 1st -$175 90 J 8 Graham ex fees 86 00 Paid on warrants 178 60 Balance $ 83 40 NORTH SALEM DRAINAGE FUND. Bal on hand April 1st $36 23 Paid on wurrants 16 00 Balance $20 23 SUPREME COURT. The supreme court met yesterday to begin tho October term. There was a full bench present. The following pro ceedings were had. Stipulation for extendiug time to fill trauscripts was granted in the follow ing cases, Vulcan Iron works vs. Ed wards; Carmody ve Sohramm; State vs Morey;8tate vs. Cohu; and State vs. Shire. The court ordered the admission of I'm. H. Ririflln nnrl Tj. D. Ravacre who were exumiued in the June class and whose uppllcutions were reserved for further consideration. Ou motion Sidney McMecheu Van Wyck,Jr., aud Eugene Pennenberg were admitted to practice at the bar upon certificates the former from Cali fornia and the latter ono from Arizo na. today's class. Web3ter Holmes, Salem; Nupoleon Davis and J. S. Lake, Portland; T. C. Matteson, Eugene; T. J. Wilson and Charles Hamilton, Roseburg; B. F. Swope, Geo. Riuerson and James Y. Campbell, Oregon City; M. S. Warren, Astoria; A. L. MoFadden and H. L. Holgute, Corvallis. Ou motion, S. C. Sponcer, M. Pad dock and T. P. Sjiiitb, were admitted upon certificates. From Astoria. Deputy Sheriff Warren aud guurd of Clatsop county brought G. H. Pederson, a Norwegian uged ubout 4u years, to the asylum to day. He has u mania -that-some one is trying to kill him. The deputy says Astoria will probably hung two murder ers as a result of this term of court. Weather Forecast. For ueBthiy light showers, and change. Wed Blight Notice to Contractors. Benarato sealed bids for brick and stoue foundation and busement walls of a residence for Dr. L. A. Porto will be received up to 2 p. m. Suturdny, Sep tember SOU). PlunB aud specifications can be seeu ut the office of W. C. Knighton, urohitect. 0 25-6d Largest Qun In the World. Is on exhibition nt the great world's fair. You ought to see It. This is the month of months to visit tho falr.pleas aut days, cool nights, delightful travel ing weather. Maximum comfort enroute to Chi cago on the vestibuled limited trains ot the Chicago, Union Paciflo & North western Hue. See your nearest Union Pacific ageut for rules or other Informa tion. 12-9-tf The Southern Paciflo has placed the price of round trip tickets, good for 10 days to the Portland exposition at $3 35, iucludlug ono admission to the exposi tion. Tickets on sale Mondays, Wed nesdays aud Fridays only. tf 1 OUR HOP COLUMN. Situation of tho 'Crop in Washington Tho AN OFFICIAL RFPORY FROM GERMANY Strong Statistical SitunMou Hops Don't Advance. But around puvallup: From the Commerce, Sept. 29: Hon. A. V. Fawcett has herotoforo held his hops and lost thereby. This year he changed program and sold right uway, to Geo. Rose, at 17J cents. Salo was made Monday, and hops were No. 1, raised under the careful supervision of M. H. Smith. Picking commenced in the Meeker yards yesterday, and will continue three weeke. Marion Meeker will this year harvest 48,000 pounds against 34,000 pounds last year. E. Meeker & Co. yesterday bought 195 bales at 17a and 45 bales at 10c. 17c was paid 176 bales In Oregon Wednes day. Meeker & Co. aro shipping 6 cr loaea of hops to New York and Lon don today, 3 from Puyallup and 2 from Kent. Tnelr total shipments tor this season up to date amount to 1897 bales. 1508 bales to London and 329 bales to New York. The shortage abroad Is as hitherto re ported. England lacks from 125,000 to 150,000 of our bales of her consumption. Germany is ulso in tho field as a buyer. She will probubly to some extent get goods from oilier parts of Europe but will undoubtedly get more pr less from the United States. OUR GERMAN SPECIAL. Herr F. Rhodlus, chairman of the German society of hop culture reports from Nuremberg, Sept. 3 as follews: "Futures" will considerably reduce the stock of hops and lesseu the offers to sale which regulate the prices of the Boason. On this point of view also the situation is quite different from that of 1890 where the sales on future delivery from the dealers to brewers bud u direct bad influence on tho prices, the short sellers having sought by all means to depress prices, whilst this year the dealers will enter into the season with bargains already concluded and baye an interest to hold the rutes. Notwithstanding this situation which Justlnea the expectations of high rates of our planters and dealers it is not pos sible to say what will be tbe highest prices we shall have in the season and when they will take place. Tbe rates depend not ouly from tho statistical position of the world's murket, which us it appears has never been stronger, but also from coincidences influenced by subjective circumstances. From the above objective comparisons every body may draw liisnwn conclusions. Tbe quality of this year's crop will be good and In some places even very good in the Gorman hop growing coun tries. Concerning quantity, however, Baden and Alsatia are more favored than Wurttemberg and Bavaria. Ba den and Alsatia may reach J crop; iu most of the districts of Wurttemberg and Bavaria tbey hope only for J. In Posen (Prussia) they havo almost a full crop, but being ono of the smallest hop growing districts this will not mend much tbe final results. The im provement brought by The wet In July has been overrated very much every where; this is proved now by the re sults of the gathering; and in general Germany cuunot be estimated to more than i crop, The orops obtained in this country have been 1889 715,656 Ctr. 18S5 074,420 " We cannot expect this year more than 180-250,000 cwt. aud wo believe that this latter figure will not be at tained. But even at 240,000 cwt. and supposing that tho German consump tion which requires 375,000 ctr. will only umount to 300,000 this yeur (us there possibly remain some old stocks or brtfwers can spare some hops) our country will require 60,000 ctr. foreign hops instead or exportiug 160 200.0J0 ctr. us in other years. m i Taken Up.- Two young spotted hounds. Owner can get same by call ing on jonn Jioeuringpr, Lincoln, Or, 10 2-d w A Natural Food. Conditions o f the system arise when ordinary foods cease to build flesh there is urgent need ot arrest ing- waste assistance must come quickly, from natural food source. Scoffs Emulsion is a condensation of the life of all foods t is cod-liver oil reinforced, made easy of digestion, and almost as palatable as milk. PrP4trBoHi Bob,N. Y AHdrnKwU. PR NEW NEW GOODS! Not old chestnuts, and best of . all the The Newest and Lowest Prices of all -wool home-made cloth ing at the OUtfl PUU ST0RS. TO SALEM, GOOD LUCK TO YOU Good luck to you and eood luck it will! jbe to every ne who take advantage ofourfl SCHOOL BOOK SALE. iNelther a horse-Bhoe or four leaf clover cany Boring you such opportunities. Bee that your children go to the State street book! store ior weir scnooi supples Patton Bros., Booksellers and Stationers,! 08 STATE BTREET. E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO., BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS AND Legal JSlanle Publishers. Bush's New Drick.over the bank, Com'l street. THE WILLAMETTE, 8ALEM, OREGON. Kates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day The best hotel between Portland aad Ban Francisco. Firstr-closs in all Its appointments. Its tables are served with the Choicest Fruits Grown in the Willamette Valley, A. I. WAGNER, Prop. t30 MCCROW & STE0SL0FF, FRESH REFRIGERATED MEATS 316 Commercial Street, Balem. Only tbe Best Stock Bought. -386?- Only the Best Meats Sold. Good service. Prompt delivery. MITCHELL, WRIGHT & CO., GENERAL Insurance 215 Commercial Street. American Fire Insurance Co., Phlla. Home Insurance Co., New York. Norwich-Union Ins. Co.. Liverpool. Palatine Insurance Co,. Manchester. Over One Million Dollars Deposited Protection of Policy All Lasses Adjusted and Paid Through Balem Agency on Policies Written in Marion, Polk, Yamhill and Linn Counties. Also Write LIfo aud Accideut Insurance in Best Companies In the World. F T HART 1 1 1 1 rirn 1 9 247 COMMERCIAL BTREET. ANOTHER NEW LINE Of Jackets i arrived yesterday from New York. Ladles cannot afford to rul these, as thoy are all of the latest styles. We have marked the prices low, to suit the times. Prices range from $4 50 to f 15.00. We can save j ou money on Jackets. Try us and see. POPULAR LINES OR NEW DRESS GOODS, Plaids, Plain, Changeable and Hopsacklng effecta. at prices from 253 to 35o, 40c, 60o and 75c, for splendid values. THOSE LONG CLOAKS- Left over from last year are going fast, II you want a bargain hurry up and get one of thera. If you And one to suit you there will be no trouble about to price. We are selling them at less than half price. WILLIS BROTHERS & CO. OPERA HOUSE CORNER, - SAIOCM, OREGOX ypuMen'a and boys' clothing nevar to cby. MOON. (itr OREGON, NEW ADVEKTISEMKNTa WOOD WANTED.-400 One 2-year-old ipp! trees to trade lor wood. Good varletlci. luquiru 01 u. o. (Jiemeni. 10 Mt .80. AGUES AT A liAKOAlN-for auh or trade. Ten acres lmonivfri. with owi uu.iuiuko, uu .aiiivau. win iheb team ftca wagon as part payment, or some oodmlll co-s. H A. Clark, on lBth street, Balem, Ore gon. 0-30-Ot FOUND. A gentleman's brown kid glow. Call at Jooknal, office. BOARD WANTED. A buy 18 years oil wants to work for his board and go to pcliool Inquire at Wni. Sargent's. !& 3-U1I8 PAPER Is kept on file at E. 0. Daw'i . Advertising Agency, 04 and 65 Merchant! xchange, San Francisco, California, where coutrao-.s for advertising can be made for lu CHRISTIAN HOIENCE-Llterature kinds on sale at 826 Liberty street. of Hi 4-5-1 CIIAS. GREEN, WW HPJIWAMUM , uvu, uuninnnu u vv.. WatorvUle, N.Y. Hop Buyers. Office above Williams & England's bank, Balem. Growers Invited to call. 16-tf H. O. WHITNAN, Agt BUIITOX BROTH filtS Manufacture Standard Pressed Brick, Molded Brick in all Patterns for Kronti and supply the brick ior tbo New Balem City Hall and nearly all the fine buildings erected In tho Capital city. 1 nrds near Penitentiary, Salem, Or. 8 3 dw MISS BALLOU'S KINDERGARTEN Connectlngand Primary Classes open Monday, Sept. 25th, Oor. Court and Liberty streets, opposite opera house. For teachers and mothers will begin October 2d. at the same place. For particulars apply to Mrs. P. S. Knight, Prlncl si. , f 2Lgmtj SALEM, OREGON. Western Assurance, Toronto, Canada. Lancashire, Manchester, Eog. Hamburg-Mndeburp, Germany. Home Mutual, San Francisco, Cat, With State Treasurer of Oregon for Holders in Oregon only. LEADING MERCHANl tailor.