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EVENIXG- OAPlTAii JOTTBtfAL, FBIlXAsT, OCTOBER 80, 1B3.
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learning that the best assortment
ARE FOUND AT
FOR CORRECT-FIT AND TRUE STYLE
We Take the Lead !
See them and try tl em on. No old .garments in stock.
P. S. Ladies should see the DeBevoise Waists for boys
and girls. A waist for boys with suspenders on.
Going out of Business
Everything Mfisf 'Go.
25 per ceut offon all Lamps aud Toilet Seta. "
20 " " ' Dishes and Glassware.
25 ' " Tea and Spices.
20 ' " " Bottled Goods, Preserves, &c
15 " " " Canned Goods and Baking Powders.
10 " ' " Package Goods, Soaps, &c.
5 " " " Coffees, Sugars, &c.
gSTCouie earlv, as we will not stock up iti any line after It is sold out.
Sc0AT & GILE, Burke Block, Below Postoffice.
You are going to build or mike any kind of
Improvement, call i-i t-ie un er gued lor
materia. eh vo a complete stock, and are
ready supply any prepaied contract, sewer
work, grading, etc.
Sal m Improvement Co,
Returned Yesterday. W. T. Klg
don, of tbe firm of Olinger ARIgdon,
has returned from Portland, where he
spent a week with other undertakers
of this coast, listening to lectures and
assisting in demonstrations on embalm
ing and caring for tbe dead, by Prof. J.
H.Clark, of Springfield, Ohio, Mr.
Clark is one of tbe foremost specialist
la the United States Mr. Rigdon con
siders it rare privilege to have spent
a week under the tuition of so able an
Instructor, and as opportunity affords
will demonstrate to the people of Salem
the progress being made by bis profes
sion. Tax Rolls. Three couutles have)
filed tax rolls with tbe secretary of
state. Yamhill has only completed a
single volume, but will send tbe other
soon. Lake shows total valuations of
$2,000,759, exemptions $107,531; Crook,
total valuation $1,537,005; exemptions
Bund School Derate. Tbe Mil
tonlan society at the Institute for the
blind will this evening debate; "Re
solved, That Washington deserves
moro honor for defending bis country
than Lafayette for fighting for It," The
public is invited.
Hops. O. W. Peebles, ofWbltaker,
was In the city today dell von ug hop,
for which ho received 17 conts. He ad
mits that bottom land makes better
and moro hops than tnelr bill laud, but
says It Is not so desirable to work, ow
ing to the extremo wet,
The Tramps. Tnero are from flftj
to 100 tramps camped In and about Hu
lorn this fine w athor, but tbe police
are uoteugagod In running them In to
bo fed and lodged at tbe xpeuso of tin
city when they take care of themselves
In open air camps.
A LiaiiT Chop. Ouo or two drunk
this m mth before the recorder's court
of 8a em Indicates a pretty light crop
of Inebriation. Hard tltuoa and com
mon Bonso combats thin business cou
sldorably. Watch For It. Tho program for
the Second Regiment band's promenade
concert at tho armory tomor ow ulght.
It will be one of tho very best tbe boys
Insane. A little womim, aged 34,
natne Jenulo Smith, from Drain, Ore
goo, was brought to the usylum today.
Her mania Is suicidal and her conver
Oybtkr Supper. Tho ladles of M.
E. church will give an oyster supper In
church parlors Friday, Oct. 20th, price
25 cts. A good pr gram will be ren
New Wai.kb. New side walks are
being laid In front of the Ed. Hlrsch
property on Commercial street.
WiM) Oatb.-R. P. Phillips got $4.00
today m bounty on two wild cat sculps
eptur4 Id Marlon Comity,
JCjcquisitk, When one is buylug
oiM articles, tbe greatest object U to
got) pure goods aud first quality. If
you weed op9, sponges or pvrfumery
this Nut MB be HtUlucd by selecting
frotti tbe lnt new stock of the Caj
itel JDf ur riot Holiuau block.
and newest styles of Jackets
AND SHOE COMPANY,
Mrs. Halite Hinges (nee Parrisb),wlll
not apear at Salem to sing as has been
District Attorney McCain has re
turned to hU home at McMInnville
after a very hard two weeks work be
fore tbe grand jury and the circuit
Charles Watt, of Albany, and editor
of the Albany Telescope, was In Salem
Game at Davison's market.
Postmaster A. N. Gilbert of 8alem,
will represent this city at tbe launch
ing of the Oregon.
New crop California raisins just in at
H. M. Branson & Co's.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Royal of East Sa
lem, went to Portland yesterday, going
by r.ver steamer.
Dr. Jas. M. Bunn and wife arrived In
tbe city yesterday from Altoona, Pa ,
aud are guests of Drs. Browne
and Mott, their sons-in-law. If
our beiutlful climate holds out they
may spend the winter in Oregon.
Choice .New York Concord grapes
Just in at H. M. Branson & Co's.
EJ. Burton, manager of tbe state
brick yards, is at Portland to meet Mrs,
Burton, who bus just returned from the
Hon. David Myers, of Sclo, Is visiting
with his nelce, Dr. Aunice Jeffreys, of
this city, for a few days.
Captain Butterfield of tbe O. N. G.,
Is ia the clfy to Inspect Salem's new
Chief Justice and Mrs. W. P. Lord
and Judge R. S. Bean went to Portland
this afternoon, the judges to atteud the
state bar association meeting.
City Attorney Bngham with bis
wlfo uud mother went to Portland this
afternoon, to remain over Sunday.
Aldermau aud Mrs. Geo. F, Smith
uro in Portland for h few days.
Dr. Bunn and wife of Altoona, Pa.,
are visiting tlulr sons in-jaw, Dr. Mott
and Dr. Browne,
Major D. C. Sherman, of tbe 2d Regt
O. N. G., went to Portland this after
noou. Beforo returtilug be will wit
ness tha ntlo practice at Gladstone
aud a competition drill at Portland.
For perfectly beautiful weather this
part of Oregon Is in It. There are
ninny beautiful bulldlugs going up in
tbe city and suburbs Have tbe
Daily Journal left by carrier at 50
cunts n month or by mull at 25 cents
a month. Attorney Kaiser's ex
ploit montloutd in tho Journal, iti
clearing u man who stole two horses In
broad daylight on tho theory that be
only stole a ride is being copied lu a
great many newspapers and will add
not a little to his reputation as a crim
inal lawyer Tho Croulse Photo
Studio has a regular run on thoso Quin
tuple mirror plotures A man got
$2.00 for gopher scalps yesterday.....
The sun for two days ban beeu rising
over Mt. Jel!ersou.--..Mrs. John
Hughes aud daughter, MUw Geniveve
and Mrs. Frank Hughes, relumed to
day from Portluud Hardy Holuian
uud wife, of the asylum farm, are visit
lug at Dallus Mlsa Thankful
Thompson has gone to visit ber Jut her
Robt. Thompson who Is lu tho custom '
house at Portland. ...Miss Grace Bcrib-j
er is lu Portlaud.-...Mlw Lloyd Jessup
who bus beeu tho guest of Mrs. Horst '
at the Hotel Willamette for Boveral
days, returned to Portland today '
Hou, G. W. DuvU U at Hubbard.
'ACQUITTED OP MURDER.
Verdict at Chohalls in the Jorgen
CllEHALlS, Oct. 20. The jury In the
Jorgen Anderson murder case returned
a verdict of acquittal, after being out
about three hours. Tbe testimony of
Anderson in his own defense yesterday
was that before be shot, Hardy ad
vanced upon him with a club, threw
tbat at blm aud then made toward his
blp pocket as If to pull a gun. Mrs. An
derson testified tbat before tbe shooting!
in Anderson's absence, Hardy came to
ber bouse, where she was engaged In
preparing dinner, and said that she
knew what be bad come so often for,
and wanted to know whether she was
going to do it She told blm to leave
tbe bouse or she would kill blm. Judge
Langborne, in commenting on tbe ver
dict, said tbat be could not agree with
tbe theory of the killing, which bad
evidently influenced tbe jury in coming
to its conclusion. He believed tbat An
derson bad advanced upon Hardy with
bis gun, and tbe latter had thrown tbe
club in bis own defense. He doubted
if Hardy had ever made approaches to
tbe woman, and he believed Anderson
was inordinately jealous of Hardy with
out sufficient cause. Yet it did not ap
pear to him that Anderson bad shot to
kill. He was glad Anderson was ac
quitted. The charge was murder in
tbe flret degree. Anderson and his
wife will return to their borne near
Mineral City today.
WOMEN IN CONVENTION.
Session of tbe Christian Temperance
Chicago, Oct. 20. At the session of
the Woman's Cbriatian Temperance
Union tba Report of the woman's tem
ple, concerning which a warm ballot
wai expected, was read aud adopted
with very little opposition. It showed
tbat the temple bad been- largely erect
ed by the gifts of individuals, only 202
unions in tbe United States haviug
contributed in excess of $100. I he rev
enue is now in tbe neighborhood of
$150,000 a year. These women's unions
already owned a controlling interest in
the building, with the privilege of pur
chasing the rest of tbe stock. Apian
is now on foot to raise $1,250,000 wilbin
two years to pay off the indebtedness.
At tbe afternoon session memorial ser
vices were held for tbe deceased mem
bers. Tbe night meeting was opened
with devotional exercises, conducted by
Mrs. M. M. L. Spencer, of Alabama.
Two-minute addre-ses were then mude
by tbe vice-presidents of each btate aud
territory, over 50 such addresses being
made in two hours.
'Two Souls with but a Single Thought.
As tbey sat side by side, they sighed.
"Oh, my idol!" be said, aud then idled.
" Dear Luke," said sbe, as she
looked, "I will wed thee if thou wilt,"
and be wilted. The honeymoon passed
in on excess of joy. Excess iii'eut
ing rich food brings iudlgestiou, sick
headache, aud frequent attacks of diz
ziness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
will cure all these. Tbey are tfuy, sugar
coated, and easy to swallow. No
other preparation compares with them
as a Liver Pill. Tbey are guaranteed
aud one is a dose.
AGAIN THE BRIQQS CASE.
Synod Says Final Judgment Has
Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 20. The
Presbyterian synod bad a hot session us
u result of consideration of tbe report of
tbe judicial committee, the main por
tion of which was on tbe Brings case.
The majority of the committee decided
on all tbe points raised that filial judg
ment was rendered by the general as
sembly in 1803, clearly disposing of all
Interlocutory questions no mutter when
pendlug. No minority report wus
presented, aud tho Rev. Dr. Miller
made a speech against any tulkiug over
or voting upon all' questions. Dr.
Frauds Grown spoke against the report
aud the Rev. Stephen Hopkins said,
with some beat, tbat the general as
sembly arrived at its decision by the
exercise of "brute power." This created
an uproar and Hopklus changed bis
words to "the exercise of Its power."
After a further heated discussion the
committee report was adopted by u
The "little wonder," five different
posllious lu ouo picture, Is now taking
the lead over u very thin lu tbe city, at
Cherrlugton Bros. tf
Triplicate. Those new photo nov
elties are tbe most satisfactory thing in
their Hue know. See them at tho Sa
lem Art Co. 'a studio on Liberty street.
The Cheapest. Have the Daily
Journal left at your office or rest
dunce. Only 60 cts a mouth. By mail
25 eta a month.
u i itiyiL w
a no oniy van cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No AIbbu
VUftd in Millions of Homes ao Years the SUudaid
The hats at our Closiug Out Sale
Tb? Git Prices Do It !
And hundreds are saving big Dollars by buying now. We
are bound to go out of business, and prices .shall
not stand in the way.
MRS. MARK SKIFF,
291 Commercial Street.
SPECIAL. The entire stock and fixtures for sale.
AN ORIGINAL SALEM PLAY.
First Presentation of
Salem baa a playwright of consider
able talent in tbe person of Architect
Chas. Burggraf, who bas written a
uovel three-act play entitled, "The In
ventors." This melodrama was successfully
presented Thursday evening at the Ore
gon state insane asylum, with following
cast of characters:
Harry Raymond an inventor
Phillip Weston iuventor of mischief
Tim Higgins inventor of the electric
al dolls Chas. Burggraf.
Panu Peauutta iuventor of Queer
McGlnty Inventor of songs, and
Yini Yacobson, cousin of Ole Olesou
Chief of Police, Robert Reynolds.
J. H. Holland.
Ned a street Arub, who Is onto bis
job Major Wallace.
May Raymond Harry's true wife
Katie Higgins always ready to lend
a helping hand Mrs. J. H. Holland.
Bessie Raymond "The leetle Non"
Miss Amy Strong.
Scene I. Office Northwestern Manu
facturing Co. Pbll Invents mischief
long distance telephoning arrival of
McGinty from tbe bottom of trie sea.
Tim gets fired.
Sceue II. Street. Phil, Pana and
Yim conspire against Tim.
Scene III. Mrs. Raymond's borne.
Katie's tale of woe. Harry's proposi
tion. A woman's devotion for her
Scene IV. Street. "After the Fight
is Over," Yim, Pana and Phil. Scene,
wood, suburbs of Portland. Katie dis
heartened. May finds friends. Tim
and the officers, "Where the devil is
my $50.00." Curtain.
Scene I. The Youug-Man-Afrald-of-Hts-Wbiskers
aud tbe electric dolls.
Ned's adventures. Harry's drean.
Scene II. Chief of police after tbe
Scene III. Pana
Tbe secret passage.
Red to tbe rescue.
Police and tbe
lake to gate
killed." Vindications. Curtain.
The Old Missions.
Win. Doxey, importer and pnblisber
of books, San Francisco, sends for re
view "The Story of the Old Missions of
California," by Laura Bride Powers, il-lu-trated
with photogravures. It is
No. 1, Sunset series, publlsbedjjuartr
ly, price 60 cts. There occurs this pas
sage: "Meanwhile several families bad
come from Mexico and settled in Mon
teroy. Many of the soldiers had wedded
tbe laughing, dark-eyed Indian girls
and thus was tbe foundation laid of tbe
society of future California." It is a
well written baud-book' of great Inter
est at present when so many people are
preparing to visit California.
The Advertising -
Of Hoods' Sarsaparllla Is alwayu within
tho bounds of reason because it Ib flue,
it always appeals to tbe sober common
stnise of thinking people because it ia
true, aud it Is alwas fully substantiated
by endorsements wblob.in.the financial
world would be accepted without a
Hoots Pills cure liver ills, const'p
t ou, bilinusne?, Jaundice, sick bead
ai he, Indigestion,
are going off like hot
San Francisco, Oct. 20. Wheat,
Chicago, Oct. 20. Cash, 61 J; De
Portland, Oct. 20. Wheat valley,
$.95;WaIIa Walla $.85.
Headquarters for all daily papers, at
J. L. Bennett's post office block newB
Forty latest styles new suitings.
Forty latest styles new overcoatings.
Hart's Tailoring Rooms.
Next door to Ladd & Bush's bank.
FREE Stone peaches, tbe best of
the season, just opened at Van Eaton's,
where all the best things in fruits and
groceries are always to be found.
Big Divorce Case.
A former Eugene lady bas just gt a
breach of promise verdict for $40,000 in
a Boston court. It will be recalled tbat
months since Anna D. Van Houten,
divorced wife of Hon. B. . C. Van
Houten, of Spokane Falls, Wash., sued
one Asa P. Morse, of Cambridge, Mass,,
for $60,000 for breach of promise of mar
riage. Some of our citizens are ac
quainted with tbe lady in the case, as
she lived in Eueeue a couple of years
before her marriage to Mr. Van Houten,
being a school teacher. Her maiden
name was Anna D. Smith, and she
bore a good name in that city.
Mrs. Van Houten is a prepossessing,
stylish woman of 33 years, and 42 years
tbe junior of tbe defeudant. Tbe de
fendant bought ber a wedding outfit,
insisting tbat the clothing should be
marked "M" aud bad her destroy all
ber former clothing marked "V" as be
disliked that name; be sant ber to
watering places, and expensive board
ing places, paying all tbe expenses, be
side lavishing other attentions upon
her. He purchased her a $550 engage
ment ring. He is estimated to be worth
between $200,000 and $300,000. He ad
dressed' her in numerous letters as
"Dear" and "Dear Ann," etc, closiug
therewith "Much love" and other en
dearing terms. She proved a first-clhss
character, her virtue not being at
tacked. He loaned ber at different
times about $23,000, but always took
Fresh Air and Exercise.
Get all that's
both, if in
need of flesh
force. There's need, too, of plenty
of Cod Liver Oil builds up
and strength quicker than
other preparation known to
Scott's Emulsion is constantly ef
fecting Cure of Consumption,
Bronchitis and kindred diseases
where other methods FAIL.
Prepared by 8ott A Bowna. N. V. All drnwUU.
No Trouble at Pine Ridge.
OUAUAj Oat. 20. General Brook,
commanding the department of tbe
Platte says there is no need of troops at,
Pine Ridge, and none have been. order
ed there. The trouble arose over the
visit of 100 Uncapapas to Pine Rldne.
They stayed a good wMle and trouble
was feared, but they have since gone
Btarvinq. No need of going hun
gry In Salem, Brewrter & Whito are
selllug all kinds of flour lower than
ever known before. Bran aud aborts
are also cut to bed rock. 3t
Largest Gun In the World.
Ia on exhibition at tbe great world'a
fair. You ought to see it. This Is the
month of mouths to visit tbe falr.pleas
ant days, ccol nights, dellKbtful travel
Maximum comfort euroute to Chi.
cago ou the veatibuled limited trains ot I
tbe Chicago, Union Paciflo k North-1
western line. See vonr nnrar TTninn '
Pacific agent for rates or other iufnraa.
WOOLEN CLOTfllfIG, WOOLEN BLANKETS
EI -:- ID
Men's Woolen Socks & Woolen Gloves,
Lowest Prices -Home; Made)
ViOOUl fkttiU STORt
GOOD LUCK TO YOU
Good luck to you and good luck It will
e to every wne who take advantage or our!
SCHOOL BOOK SALE.
Neither a horse-shoe or four leaf clover can
rjng you men opportunities. Bee tbat
our children goto the btate street boob
lore ior loeir scnooi supplies
Booksellers and Stationers,
08 STATE BTBEET.
E. M. WAITE PRINTING C0y
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
'Legal Blank Publishers.
Bush's New lirlck.over the bank, Com'l street.
Bates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland aad Ban
Francisco. First-class In all Its appointments.
Its tables are served with the
Grown in the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER, Prop.
ilanulacture Btandard Pressed Brick,
Molded Brick In all Patterns for Kronts
and supply the brick lor the New Balem City
Halt and uearly all the fine buildings erected
In the Capital city.
Vards near I'enltentlary, Salem, Or. 83dw
Uoanectlngand Primary Classes open
onday, Sept. 25th,
Cor. Court and .Liberty street, opposite opera
For teachers and mothers will begin October
2d. at the same place.
For particulars apply to
Mrs. P. S.
McCROW & STEUSL0FF,
FRESH REFRIGERATED MEATS
n , 318 Commercial Street, Balem.
Only tbe Best Stock Bousht. "H9Sf Ouly tbe Best Meats Sold.
-Good service. Prompt delivery. .
F T HART leading MEEC
I I IIHI 1 I 9 TAILOR.
247 COMMERCIAL STREET.
DO YOU NEED A NEW CARPET?
If80, rome and select one from our complete assortment. Mattings also, and
oilcloths and linoleums.
Will come next,
Iu these we are ofTerlng some great
styles to suit everyone.
SHOES, BOOTS AND RUBBERS.
We are closing out the balance of tbe Fleming atock of shoes at very loir
prices. Also we are ehowlug a nice clean stock of new goods.
OPERA IIOU8E CORNER,
3u0ur Drew Goods tad Jacket are
The sleekest-slickers in the city it
tbe "slickest" prices, are to be bari &t
. F. Osborn's Racket store. dw
CHEAP READING. Order the
One Cent Daixy by mall,25cenU
month. Kb papers sent after tlmeii
Tive acres with a house and Im
provements near Turner station, oa
favorable terms. Address forpartim
lars. MARY E. COX,
10-17-2w-dw Whiteaker, Or.
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied iu bundles of
100, not cut, for Bale at tbis office it
fifteen cents a bundle. A heaw stnv
J wrapping paper, large sheets, twocentj
a pound. Next door to the
OUlLOJKbN WANTED A lady lheto
take a number of children ol any art It
her home to board aud lodge.
Oak and Winter.
Call st O rc
X7 ANTED. Clly property to trade lor n
Wl 1 nav difference. II
any, In cash. u. W
Tt imjjivveu janu.
Hunt, 115 Hlttb trMt,
BUSINESS OPfORTUNITY.-For tome per
svnwlth -maU capital, a good biulneu
etabl shed lu bet possible location. Appli
hy letter or In person to "B" care JoussAi
ry ANTED. On t alary, live r endpaper cu
ll Yasser to Introduce the OkkUhxtDaiiy
WANTED Pufhlng canvasser of good i
dress. Liberal salary and expeiites nil
weekly. Permanent position. BHOtfS
BlUW. Co., -Nurseryman, Portland, Oregon.
31HIB PAPER Is kept on Hie at E. C. Csie'i
. Advertising Agency, 61 and 65 MercbuU
xchange. Ban Fran clao, California, wben
contraca for advertising can be made lor It
klbds on sale at 323 Liberty street.
THEY "TURNED THE RASCALS 01."
And I have started a "CUSTOM HOUSK" ol
my own, on Btate street, ner Commercial,
where I will be pleased to met-t my old ctuto
mere, and plenty ol new ones In warn of
Boots or Hboes. uood flu, good materlsl and
good honest work.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
Just south of the Methodist Church.lu Balem,
Everything new and clean. Tables lerrri
With the best of nv.rvthlnp- In ihn market.
Special attention to comiuerclal truvflleti.
Meals 25 cts, Beard and lodging trom HOOs
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES
CHARLES A. SMITH BUNS
And he doesn't burn np half your wood, In
fuel, when he saws It. Make yonr contract!
with him personally orleave orders at VealcM
cigar store Dearborn's book store,436 bummer
street, or address me by mall. S-K-u
The Oregon Laid Co,
Atyalem, Is engaged In selling fruit laodi
In th vicinity of raiera. Oregon, wtiere mors
fruit Is now growing than In any port of tne
state. UOUK a MINTHORN,
We have them also. A large and varied stock of elegant
Prloea and patterns and
BROTHERS & CO.
object of adswatlea,