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fcurfiKMi iahwiwi f y f V l& ae Daily Capital Journal, BY HOKECR. BROTHERS SATURDAY, OCT. 17, 1896. X X X XXXX XXXX DAILY LINK TO PORTLAND. )t STEAMERS H Altona and Ramona ft LEAVE J dAjly. Portland, 0:45 a. m. ii Salem 7 u. m.. except Sunday. I J Quick time, regular service and cheap J? ....rates.... I M. P. BALDWIN. J Agent, Salem. AH Wool Suits i Men's Mackintoshes up. -Umbrellas 50c up- Capes and JackctaEfiSBBiaHEBa j 9 53 SI S3 and up. J, J, Dalrymple Co, New Chairman. F. W. Derby was this morning unanimously elected chairman of the Marlon County Union Bryan campaign headquarters Secretary Myers was today called away to Linn county. Mr. Derby, as sisted by Judge Fairbanks and an ad visory committee, will devote his entlro time, to the fight in Marion county. Challenqed.R. J. Hendricks has been stumping around in the school houses, challenging anyone to meet him. Friday, E. C. Mlntou sent him an offer to meet him anywhere. He will probably treat It as Ford did Rtgdon's challenge with silence. But Mr. Mlnton Is a well Informed debater and a match for any goldlte. Befokk Sknding East for your wall paper you should bring your samples and see what we can do. Wo will duplicate any of the papers ad vertised by Chicago houses at the same prices and save you much an noyance by waiting. Bo sure to bring your samples for comparison. Buren & Hamilton. 10-tf A Happy Event. Friday evening occurred the initial entertainment at the new Central Chapel, on Nine teenth street. The program consisted first, of a grnnd chicken pie supper, which received many encores, and was followed bv a nlcaslntr program of musical and literary numbers. All in all, this first effort in the now Congre gational church, was a decided suc cess. Condensed Testimony, dins. 11. Hood. Broker Manufactur cr's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr. Klns'fl New Discovery has uo equal as a cough remedy. J. D. Brown, prop. St. James Hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind., testifies that he was enrcd of a cough of two years stand ing, caused by la grippe, by Dr. King's Now Discovery. B. F. Merrill, Bald winsvlllo, Mass., says that ho bus used and recommended it und never krmw it to fall and would rather havo It than any doctor, because It always nns. Mrs.IIeiiim nir. 222 E. 25th St Chlcagd, always keeps it at hand and has no fear or croup, uecauso it in tantlv rollovcs. Frco trials bottles Fred A. Legg's drug storo. t m The Only Chair Car Line to the cast Is the Union Pacific. Eastern cities are reached via this lino with fewer ohnnuos of cars than via other lines. Rates always tho lowest. Tickets to or from points in the United States, Canada, or Europe for salo by ROISU& Barker, Agents, 15-15d-4w Salem, Oregon Now You Need Rubbers, Wo carry a full and sizes. They well. Try a pair, Intoshcs. Slickers stock in all styles lit well and wear Full lino of mack and rubber coats. Gloves Are in Demand, These cold mornings. Ours are tho ar CD CD 6 VSinu gloves kld'n-.Weardorf at Fresno, Cal., Is now loves, mittens,' etc In St. Louis, Mo., taking a finishing kind vou want. iflovcs. wool irlov Good values. Low prices COc. to $1 Buy for Cash, It Pays, Wo buy for cash. Sell for cash. Do our own work. No rent to pay thus enabling us to sell cheaper than others who have heavy oxponscs. Try us und in omivinrwl. Yours to please. Little Giant school shoes. Boys Ironclad hose. , wiiu v, . v-w Court uud.Llberty. Him inoii riru rinfuls. rjnthimr and l,r.r ttV... ,' ' ' v D1IUU J1UU9C. New Today A Another line of children's and misses' Jackets, very dcy sirablc styles and good goods Another lot of ladies' cloth capes Irom $2 to $5. Splendid Values T. flolverson. PERSONAL. Z. Craven Is home from Portland. W. J. Culver- is visiting in Port lind. Chas. Davis, of Turncr,wis in the city today. J. O. Bozorth went to Portland this afternoon. Rev. A. Robinson left today for Albany and Lebanon. Gov. W. P. Lord returned last cve- ning from Portland. John King came down from the reform school today. Tlios. Kay came down from Water loo this afternoon. G. W. Hubbard, the hop buyer, Is home from tip the valley. J. R. Linn, a local hopbuyea, Is home from up the valley. S. M. Snell returned this morning fiom a short visit In Portland. Miss Stella Sherman Is In Portland, the guests of friends for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steusloff re turned home from Portland last eve ning. Ben White returned to tho mines at Anldem this morning after a short visit in this city. Gicen B. Cornelius that pure gold free silver Bryan farmer from Marlon, was a Salem visitor today. Miss Nettie Lightfoot went to Portland this morning where she ex pects to remain in the future. Mrs. W. W. Hepburn went to Port land Friday afternoon to visit the exposition and also numerous friends. Miss Minnie Taskcr, of the Jeffer son Public school, came down this morning to visit over Sunday with relatives. Mrs. L. S. Bennett, of Kelso, Wash, who has been visiting her mother Mrs. W. W. Hepburn the past month, left on ho return trip Friday. Rev. G. W. Grannlsand Rev. A. Kershaw were last evening tendered receptions by their respectlnc congre gations. An enjoyable time is re ported. Rev. Elwood Scott and family left Friday for Carthage, Ind., where they will reside in the future. They will stop at Seattle for a visit with rela tion en route. Sheriff Gage, of Coos county, was lntheclty today. He estimates the Coos county majority for Bryan will reach eight hundred. Mr. Gage will pond Sunday with Dallas friends. Jesse George, the lunch counter man who lias been so seriously ill the past fifteen days with typhoid mala rial fever and Inllamation of tho stomach, was on the street today for tho first time since recovering from Ills sickness. Commandant W. II. Byars, of the Soldiers Home at Roscburg, arrived in tho city yesterday on a short visit fo his son, J. Rex Byars, assistaut in the Baskctt Drugstore, and also for the transaction of business, Mr. Byars expects to return to Roseburg this evening. Motcrmanand Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bell thday went to Sclo for a short visit. Mr. Bell Is an employe of the Salem Motor Railway Co., and spends his annual outing of two weeks every fall, in the vicinity of Sclo hunting pheasants, quails and other small game. Rev. A. Lane, of St. Mary's Or phans home located at Hon vert on, Washington Co., arrived in tho city this afternoon and Is tho guest of Rev. J. S. Whlto. Rev. Lane bears tho distinction of boing tho first na tive born Catholic priest in this state. Fred Byers, a former Salem I te, son of Hon. W. H. Byyersof tho Soldiers Home, and who lius for the past two years been studying medicine with course at ino names .iieuicai ouege. 'Fred Is a bright young man, and will no doubt rctuiii to tho Pacific coast a credit to his chosen profession i m INSANE.-Shcrlff Haro or Clatsop county today brought ono Geo. NIc alas, aged 67 years, to tho asylum. This Is tho patients Hrlst attack. - i.,?,-T-r Tife- j? Ism Jg$ ?," it,?.j ,?. inrr VUCJUK WJ r r. t rf CtjCJr"i BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION, And Ministerial Conference to Bo Held in Salem. At the First Baptist church In this city beginning October 20th will bo held the Oregon State Ministerial Conference and Baptist State Con vention. About 150 delegates, besides many other visitors from abroad are expected, and an interesting week s work is prospect. rROURAM MINISTERIAL CONFERENCE. Tuesday, Oct. 20th. 7 Prayer service, led by Mark Noble. , , 41 7:30 Enrollment and organization. Sermon Ray Palmer. Wednesday, Oct. 21. 0:30 Prayer service, led by A. J. Hunsakcr. 10 The unchurched masses of Ore gon, M. M. Lewis. Followed by discssion, opened by W. B, Hall. Ai r T 2 Opening of tho convention, L. J. Trumbull , , ., 2:30 Enrollment and election of oillcers. 3 Report of the board of managers, by Secretary Gilman Parker. Followed bv discussion and prayer. "7:15 Prayer for special presence and power of the Holy Spirit, led b C. II. McKee. 7:45 Pacific Baptist, C. A. woouy. 8:30 Annual sermon by J. C. Bur roughs. Thursday Oct. 22. Sunday School Session. 9 Prayer lor bible ond Sunday hchool work, II. M. Clinton. 9:30 Report on publication society and Sunday schools, T. S. Dulln. Address, it. G. Seymour, D. I), fol lowed by discussion, led by Geo. W. Swope. Home Mission Session. 2 Prayer for the home mission society, led by J. F. Day. 2:3 1 Report on home missions, II. L. Boardman. 3 Addresses by C A. Woody and 11. C. Woods, D. D. Followed by dis cussion. Thursday Evening. Educational Session. 7:30 Prayer for our schools, C. R. Lamar. 8 Report on education,-J. C. Doug las. 8:15 Address, H. L. Boardman. Followed by discussion. Friday, Oct. 23. Woman's Work in Missions. 9 Devotional. 9:30 Aortic mission work, led by Mrs. Virginia Watson. 10:30 Foreign missions, led by Mrs. M. L. Priggs. Friday Afternoon. State Convention Session. 2 Prayer for state mission, led by Ray Palmer. 2:30 Work and needs of the field (short addresses) by missionaries viz: C. P. Bailey, J. F. l)ay,.I. C. Douglass, T, S. Dulln, E. A. Leonard, G. N. Annes. Geo- W. Black, Mark Noble, J. C. Burroughs. C. R. Lamar, J. T. Hoye.L. J. Trumbull, F. E Scolield andN. S. nolcroft. Friday Evening. Foreign Mission Session. 7:30 Prayer for world wide missions, led by II. B. Turner. 8 Service conducted by James Sunderland,district secretary mission ary union. Saturday, Oct. 23. Young People's Day. 9: One hour given to tho state con vention, report of committee on reso lutions and special committees. 10 Young people's programme. Sunday, Oct. 25. The Lord's Day. 7 a. in. Sunrise prayer and conse cration meeting, led by Gilman Par ker. 10 Prayer for enducmentof power, lea byjns. sunaeriano. II Sermon, R. G.Seymour, D. P. Of Philadelphia. Sunday Afternoon. 3 Junior rally, led by F. L Wilk- ins, v. u. orunicago. 4-Sermon, F. L. Wilkins, D D. ytinuay evening. 7 Prayer for abiding blessings upon our work, led by M. L: Rugg. 8-Sermon, II.C. Woeds, D. D. Supt. of missions home mission society. Closing words. In the Hop World. This is the busy season for hop buyers and as a result each passenger train contains a liberal sprinkling of these men while hundreds travel over land in search of hops. They even attend political meetings which are largely attended by hop growers and their many contracts are found. J .A. Morrison, as representee of tho Pa cific Hop Co., went to Albany and Lebanon this morning to receive 150 bales which were contracted for. Eight cents Is now being paid for a choice product while it is reported that 81 cents was yestoi day offered in Dallas. The present demand for hops and the advance in prlco thereof is accounted for first, by the shortage in England's crop this year; second, by Oregon's superior product, which commands a ready sale at a good price in the foreign market. It is generally acknowledged that growers who failed to harvest this year's crop, will regrot such action since it is probable the price may yet advance. ANOTIUUtPlONEER'sDlJATH. TIlOS. Holt, an Oregon pioneer of 1817, died at the homo of T. J. Butler.of Albany. Ho was born In Lancastcrslilro City, England, on April 5, 1815. For many years after coming to Oregon ho lived near Jefferson, and built up a good reputation as a citizen and neighber: Arthur Holt tho well known butcher .if Albany, Is a son of tho deceased. THE FAIR CfiURCH SERVICES CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Corner Center and High streets. II. A. Denton, pastor. Morning ser mon at 10:30. Communion at 11. du a.m. Sunday school at 12 m. Miss Nellie Clark, superintendent. Junior Endeavor at 3:30 p ui. Miss Alice Perrine, superintendent. i i E at 0:30 p.m. Topic, "Arc Wo do ing Our Best?" Mlsa Clara Scott, leader. Evening sermon at 7.JO. Prof. Alien will have chargo of the choir. Special selection in tho morn mern ing: "We Stand In Deep Bcnent- --.ll l... 1M ...... I V.-nnlturSflPCtlOn! "It Is a Good Thing to Give Thanks;" by Claribcl. Thursday evening there will ben meeting ln the auaiioniiui for all the church members and the choir. All members expected to bo present. FIRST PRESDYTEUIAN. Rev. W. Steele, pastor. 10:30 a. m. subject "Tho Baptism of Jesus." The ordinance or baptism win uu uuimu istered at this service. Suuday school at 12. Chinese Sunday school at 3:30. . J union C. E. at 4 o'clocK. &emor u. E. at 0:16. Evening service at 7:30. Song service and evangelistic address subject. "Looking Up." Prayer meet ing Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. All are welcome. EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Corner of Seventeenth and Lhc meketa streets. Ezra Maurer, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Mrs. E, Maurer. Junior Y. P. A. at 3 p. m. Senior Y. P. A. at 0:30 p. m subject, "On God's side. Preaching at 7:30 p. ru. by the pastor. Union holiness meeting, Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Thurs day at 7:30 p. in. All arc welcome. UNITY CHURCH. Service at 7:30 p. m. No morning service, that tho members may attend the funeral of Mrs. Wade, at the usual hour for morning service. Sun day school at 12 m. Unity Guild at 0:30 p. ru. Subjectof evenimr lp"ture. the fourth In tho historical scries: "Savonasola, the Mystic Orator of Florence and Martyr for Reform." Y. M. c. A. Rev. C. R. Scott, of Scotts Mills will address the men's meeting at the Young Men's Christian Association, Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock Miss Mina Huelat of tho Episcopal choir, will sing a solo. All young men are cordially Invited to attend this meet ing. BAPTIST. In the absence of the pastor Presi dent W. C. Hawley will preach In the morning, which service will be fol lowed by tne ordinance of baptism. Rev. G M. Irwin will preach in the evening, and the other services will be held as UMial. CONGREGATIONAL. Preaching at 10:30 a. in., subject "The Ministry of Pain." At 7:30 p. m. the subject will be, "The Choice Ruth Made." Sunday school at 12 in. Junior Endeavor at 4 p.m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 0:30 p. m. w. o. t. u. Tlieie will be meeting tomorrow at the hull, but will bo at the M. E. church at 4 p. m. Mrs. Mary Dennis, of Pasadena, Cal., the colored evan gelist, will address the meeting. FIRST' UNITED EVANGELICAL. On Cottage street near Center, J. Bowersox, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 and 7:30 tomorrow. Sunday school at 12. K. L. C. E. at 0:30. ST. PAUL'S EPISDOPAL. 8:30 a. m., holy communion; 10:30 a. m., morning sermon; 12 m., Sunday school; 7:30 p. ni. evening prayer and sermon. YEW PARK, Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 Sabbath schoal at 10 a. in. Y. p. in. p. s. C. E. 0:30 p. in. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. Services at 10:30 a. m.and 7:30 p. in. at their hall corner Liberty and Court streets. Shipping to California. J. C Goodalc, the Coburg lumber man, returned home this morning after a shoit business visit in Salem. Mr. Goodalo reports business as being quite rushing, An order has been re ceived recently from Marysville, Cal., for 1,000,000 feet of lumber to use in the mines and in constructing homes for the miners. The mill Is being run with a full force that the order may be tilled as soon as possible. Tho order is being lillcd at the rate of two car loads dally. Custom coming from such a distance certainly speaks well for the Coburg inljls, whose reputa tion for furnishing the best of lum ber Is widely known. MARRIED. WEST PI1ESCOTT. At Oregon. October 14. 1890, Clatsop, at high noon. Miss Maud West to J. v. Prescott, Rov. It. E. Dunlap, of Warienton M.E. church, ouiciatlng. Tho bride Is one of Clatsop's highly accomplished young women while the groom will be remembered as having recently been admitted to the bar in tills state. WELLS KUEUTZ-At the house of Melvin Baldwin, in Buena Vista, Monday evening, October 12, 1890, Carrie L. Wells of Marlon county to Monroe J. Krentz, of Polk county, The happy couple have many friends, who wish them a long and prosperous life. Don't go East Until you have seen the undersigned, who can quote you the lowest rates rurnish you your through tickets, sleeping car berths, and arrange for a pleasant trip via the Union Pad tio system. Boise it Barker, agents, Salem, Or. 10 15 4w cd i ur tomorrow 8Sfm&S5l I SI i! v r inn !OU IUU ii n Dnn c m ; , fr , All school books used in the Salem public schools at Dearborn's Book Store. Slates, i2 Also Tablets, Pencils, etc, Be Comfortable While Travelling In cool weather. The Union Pacific system heats Its trains throughout by steam heat from tho engine, thus making every part of all Its cars pleas ant and comfortable. It also lights Its cars by the celebrated Plntscli Light, making tiiem brilliant at night. Passengers carried dally on the Fast Mail, which leaves Portland at 7 p. m. For sleeping ear reserva tions, tickets, or Information, call on or address Boise & Barker, Agents, 15 12d 4 w Sale.ji, Or. ffif&TVl ."V ?! 9 fl 1. .: ft r. ..'. V ujf X tvi-? 3 For Infants and Childien. Tit lit- tlallt tlguturt HULK a VI- ft- Vi . . i utile.. r - -r m m m r r rrr -r n i 6 S ' W M &M& -JK. BUTTER 3 cakes in box, 10c per box. This soap is too well known to need any words of praise, HflRRTT P, O, Okmsdy at Aumsville. Capt. S. B. Ormsby, formerly a free silver man, but now an advocate of the single gold standard, held forth at Aums ville, Wednesday night. His audi ence consisted of 21 Republicans and lif teen Populists, and there was but little enthusiasm. The captain waved the "bloody shirt" to perfec tion, and dwelt at length on the sub ject of sectionalism. Reed's Opera House, PATTON BROS., Local Manacers. One Night Only, Thursday, Oct. 22, The seasan's greatest success, delightful comedy drama The "Tennessee's Pafdner Suggested by Bret Hart's exquisite romance or laugnter unu rears. Hear the sweet singing of the Garden Nugget Quartet, See the picturesque costumes, scenery and effects, A complete production by the INew York Company, Seats now on sale, c udrwdius id LvepyiiJiijyzi- Our- Motto! "Spotj Cash, Quick Sales 'and small TOO MANY v7e have too many wraps on hand and them, so will sell at siSoecial Sale Fridav anr4 cs-... ucuut our full line of Gapes and Larger reductions than ever made before, fsZV S & & I (&& &? & &ff Y&w A s&l Ml -WW T - 'V . ''riA 57 Commercial st. Diaductive Cure of Disease Through the Use of YUITr0! It Is useless to enumerate the many ills which tare daily eradica ted from the human system through the use of Oxyylta. Write or ciill and we will explain why In every allllctlon we can relieve the sutrerer and guide them to perfect health. A. B, SLIM, Resident agent "Oxyyita" ChitwinHouse, Stm, -RXCELSIOK - STABLE K. C, Hansen, Manager. O IvjiH horses usij I. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ' Stable back ol Statel Insurance Wort TOLIET SOAP. Grocery, Tub Baptist Convention. Mis. Gilman Parker came up from Oregon Citv tills morning to attend the Baptist state convention. Rev. Farmer expects an attendance of about from 150 to 200 delegates. This will be the "Red Letter" conven tion for the Baptist society since its various organizations will convene to gether. )OU Ht-fcA-fctA MM MVJiMW.CbWiM'4 Event Extraordinary, Benefit of the- Salem Hospital, Reed's Opera House, Wednesday. Oct, 21,at8P,M, j j GRAND i t Grand , Sterecv Electrical Entertainment' By the eminent Russian traveler, Dr. GREGORY DE KANNET 100 Stereo-electrical tableaux. Sub Jeijts: 1. "The Coronation." 2. 'IIu iiiorous Politic" under stereo-electrical rays; or the present political situa tion as seen by the funny man. The brightest humor, sharpest wit and comical art. The greatest uovelt of the present campaign. Reps, Dems and Pops all get their share. Admission to all parts of the house 25c; 10c extra for reserved seats. Gal lery tickets to pupils of tho public schools 10c. LAWRENCE, L nrrfffnmmerrial Street must d: wposs o! 'day f T& 7 4I&S&'. J Mm msmm .-.i "-32i&sj & :l THE MARKETS, LIVE STdCK CincAco, Oct. 17 Hogs-'Uglt J,11 3.50; heavy $z.qs3 45- Cattle Reeves J3 405.oo; cowl 1 heifers $i.43.9o. J-heep Good steady. GRAIN. Chicago. Oct 17. Wheat, cuh 7$t; Dec 76c. PORTLAND MARKET. PROVISION ' Portland, Oct 17. Wimi''7 771: Wnllo Walls, (7. Flour--I'liui-iHil, 3.15, I'''"" wn'Ti 3,1c,: gran im. 2 95; u crhne. S3 15 pot bU, ()at - Vtliiltr, 33.M; greM'dj'riH in baps, 54.25(33.25, Iwrreh, 4 W eaMs, 3 75. i'otatces.. Oregon, 35113UC per tick. H.iy..(Jood, 10to.50 per ion. Wool.. Valley, 89c; tottm Ornpi Mth'stulK.. Hran.i2.Jo.ti4.So;shorw,J(3 Sj Poultry- Cluckenj,mixtd,$.5M.l1 crs, t.2!l.75; ducks, $Ja3; geese, JSfe'i turkey, Uvu, ip. Hioea.. green, sailed 60 lbs 5c; unfa 60 lbs 44c: hP l,ell. ,070C Hops 4&(aJ7C' ,.r ... Uutier.. Oregon fancy creamery, Jb6. fancy dairy, 253S; irt IP "P Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9. Eggs.. Oregon, I7K25 F'do:V ... Ueei., IO lisa..- jy ,- ',.,5,1, 1 to good steers z1, 3W MWI- "W"" dressed btef. 3K4c .wim in!'- ,,;;-, nf. San "Francisco, u:t. 17. ", , ISO. . Oreno choice.io&nci hM woor JlVs-QS'arcforoU. OatsUllingo. Wheat.. W per bu., market firm. Oats .2n)25C. ,.1. '.I I lay.. Baled, cheat, 7.Wl" ""' 8-5. ... ... .,,i, w iwrf laa?a?aia Poultry.. nenjc;.T""- ' tf-i n.pvwi I 3J ir. I)rtfsf,l 3y,!Jl Vl'ttl ' ' " ". -"."..1 ii' I.veCauk..l?i; Slieep..Uw,i. Woo(..lIeU. 13if' Hoix..!'. s5f, F.CK..Cah. I7.c- Bitter.. Hest dairy, IS 200 c; ' -v ct1 f j Clinic .I3',c. Farm SmokoJ cy-i Mew . Ut. !."' oe; ihoulden., Sc- , l'.uatiw,..1"ePerbu Did You Ever - .. 1 1 1W rmv "Rlectric Bitters as-.- your troiiuiuf "Vp. swedicincyr now and gut relief. 1 " .Lnjaptedts j IMC 1 "unci to be pec m gl ",- hii Cceglvfofn1.av rttrengtli W , St Fred A.J Fifty cents and "' drug stxire.