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-STEAMERS- BY HOFBR BROTHERS TUESDAY, OCT. 20, 1890. w w -" w " s1 " "" w " fc DAILY LINK 10 PORTLAND H Altona and Ramona ft LEAVE tj DAILY. Portland, 0:45 a. ra. i Salem 7 u. m.. except Sunday. 7 Quick time, regular service and cheapJ Z ....rates.... X M. P. BALDWIN. f Agent, Salem. i IK sfe T 41 V fc T White collars and cuffs. White bands for -waist fronts, Tubular braids in silk and wor-tcd. Plain taffeta ribbons. Silk ruffled collarettes. Ostrich collarettes. Feather collarettes, Light Outings, T. MversoD. MR. COTTLE FOR SILVER. i t All Wool Suits $6- Men's Mackintoshes, 11 Up, 11 - Umbrellas 50c up, - Capes and JackcsMWmY&i&i& m n sa sa ta $3anduP. )t Dalrymple Co, PERSONAL. Jay Phillip went to Portland this morning. Lee McGrew went to Portland this afternoon. Mrs. R. A. Crossan is visiting rela tives In Portland. General V. IT. O.lell went to Wood burn this afternoon. Private Secretary -W. S. Dunlway went to Woodburn today. State Superintendent G. M. Irwin his returned from La Grande. Adlutant General B. B. Tuttle came up from Portland this morning. I G. Davis, Salem's popular gro cery salesman, went to Albany tills morning. Ex-United States Senator J. N. Dolph, of Portland, was a Salem visi tor today. Tlios. Kay, manager of the Salem Woolen mills, returned this morning to Waterloo. Mrs. J. 0. Johnson and son, C. V. Johnson, went toScIo this morning to remain for a short visit Rev. Gllmaii Parker camo up from Oregon City this morning to attend the State Baptist convention. Engineer Hannlgan has resumed his run on the Salem local after an absence of about thico weeks, occas ioned by the death of Ills son in Port land. Scott Stevens, of the Vancouver barracks, was in the city Monday where ho enjoyed a small portion of his thirty daya vacation. .From hero ho went to Cor vail Is. Lewis R. Stlnson Oregon's newly elected grand keeper of the seals of the Knights of Pythias, is hard at work making a clean up of the business of the order, and will without the sha dow of a doubt give tho institution a good administration. Ho will bo ab sent from Salem for some time to come. The Former Salemite Now For Bryan and Prosperity. The following friendly letter was received the other day by a Salem business man and old associate of II W. Cottle, who Is now located at Los Angeles: Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 15, '00. Dear Sir and Friend: How are you all and how is everything and everybody at Salem? We have moved to Los Angeles and I am in business right in the heart of the city: am manager for the Los An geles' olllce of theEscondido Land Co., a rich company. I also deal In city real estate and insurance. My folks all like it here and are en joying good health. All Join in kind regards to yourself and family. Better come down this winter and sec us. Times arc reported dull here yet there arc fine new buildings going up all over the city. I have been for two years studying the political situation, reading all fides and listening to speakers on all 'sides and I tell you I have firmly come to the conclusion to vote for Bryan and with the people for prosperity and against McKinley, the candidate of the trusts, monopolies, railroads and the boodle elements. We will get no prosperity that Is permanent under the gold basis. To make times good we must have free coinage cf both gold and silver on equal terms. The Republican talk of International agreement is a farce. Everyone knows that England will not consent to such an agreement and that unless England docs Germany will not. The gold basis In this country will make times much worse than now. Let mo hear fiom you. With kind regards, I an. Yours trfrly, II. W. Cottle. From Tillamook. The best cheese on earth, and Branson & Co. lfceps it. X New Goods, X II &G CORSETS. Now lines Just opened. Drabs and blacks, all sizes from 18 to 30. FOSTER'S KID GLOVES- the $1 and $1.50 kinds. All warranted. Col ors brown, black and tan. TABLE LINENS. Wo sell you line values at 50c, GOc, 75c, 00o and 81 per yard. PLUSH OAPES. Some nlim nn.x lor su, sine lined, thlbot trimmed. .Bettor ones $7.50, $!), $10. Our $10 bouclo capo is the finest In tho city for tho price. JACKETS. A now lino of those handsome $10 ones to arrive In a few days. Plenty of cheaper ones on hand atprlces from $4 up. SERGES Heavy all wool serges -15 Inches wido, 50 and CO cents a yard. uur teauer is a ao men all wool serge aiiuciijuru. oeoour eiegant mack and colored dress goods, J5 inches wide and all wool, handsomely figured st 75c a yard. PLENTY Of 5c blue calicoes, 5o eatings, fie ginghams, Co skirt linings xlways on hand. Best tablo oilcloth 2ScaT3rd. HEAVY Fleeced vests GOo. Half w&gJ ribbed vests 50c.. Better ones "Zc All wool ones $1. Flno union $w$t$lZ0 and 2 a suit. . Willis Br, d Co, Court ahdiL'lberty. 12!te &5wfe Dry (ioods, Ciothlng and A Word With Dr. Cusick. The Journal has only gharlty and good will personally toward Dr. W. A. Cusick, the Salem bank politician and pioneer of Marlon county. lie has his strong and weak points, but when lie goes out of his way to asperse the po litical motives of another he exposes himself to an Investigation of his own record. If he will publish all the warrants ho has ever drawn on the public trea sury tho people will see how he has made his fortune and why he Is for the gold standard. Tim Journal does not imply that ho has made his money lesss honestly than others of the same class, but when he assumes the spotless toga of the Innocent patriot, ho will be called down every day in the year. Dr. W. A. Cuslck,of Salem, is a true typo of a greedy Goldocrat. He has made a large fortune hogging the public treasury and gone into the banking business and of course he is now opposed to free coinage of silver. Although that was the platform his present party stood on in 1890, there is no evidence the Doctor would not stand on It today If there was a dollar in it. Tho truth is Dr. Cusick has no principle but the almighty dollar. From Rockafeller down to this insig nificant bank politician they have only special worship of the almighty dollar back of all their activities and but for prostitution of principles and over reaching their neighbors, In the natuo of politics, they would be ordi nary men with no more dollars than tho rest of mankind and their pre tense to superior honesty and virtue causes even tho angels In heaven to smile. Theso are the men who buy, own and manage political banks and who want tho privilege of handling tho BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. A "Red Letter" Week for This Denomi nation 200 Delegates. The prospects are most favoablc for a very successful session of the Baptist-State convention and Minister ial conference to begin this evening. Delegates began to arrive this morn ing and a great many are expected by this evening's boats and trains. It Is probable that the number of delegates will reacli 200, since 150 are assured to be in attendance at the convention. The convention promises to be one of special Interest and profit to the vari ous societies of the church, and all who may attend its proceedings. The program for this evening and Wednesday Is as follows: 7 Prayer service, led by Mark Noble. 7:30 Enrollment and organization. Sermon Ray Palmer. Wednesday, Oct. 21. 9:30 Prayer service, led by A. J. Hunsaker. 10 The unchurched masses of Ore gon, M. M. Lewis. Followed by dlscssion, opened by W. B, Hall. AFTERNOON. 2 Opening of the convention, L. J. Trumbull 2:30 Enrollment and election of officers. 3 Report of the board of managers, by Secretary Gllman Parker. Followed by discussion and prayer. MARRIED. CRANSTON FARMER. At the First Congregational Church at Wil- lard,Marion,Ore.,nthlgh.noon.Tues day.Oct. 20. 1896, Miss Lyda Crans ton, of Wlllard, to Rev. J. P. Far mer,of Salem. The ceremony wassolemnized In the church at Wlllard in the presence of only the relative's and a few intimate friends of the high contracting par ties. Rev. Curtis, of the East side congregational church of P,ortland,as slsted by Dr. Wood, of Colorado SprIngs,Colo.,ofllclated. Immediately following the ceremony, the party re paired to the house of thq bride where a delicious wedding breakfast was served. After receiving the congra tulations and well wishes of numerous friends, Rev. and Mrs. Farmer drove to the Baptist parsonage on Liberty street where a sumptuous wedding dinner was served at 5 o'clock this af ternoon, Rev. and Mrs. Farmer here received congratulations from the members of Rev. Farmer s congrega tion and numerous other friends In this city. The gioom Is the talented pastor of J the First Baptist Church of this city and by his courteous disposition has made many friends during his short residence In Salem. Rev. Farmer is an earnest worker in the church and the further advancement of Christ's kingdom here on earth. Tho bride is the accomplished daughter of Warren Cranston.a highly respected farmer of the Waldo Hills. CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. Today's Transactions in the Various County Departments. J. B. Ludsnn has been appointed administrator of the estate of Orlena J Crandall, deceased, the property of whome Is valned at $1900. .Sheriff F. T. Wright man and Dep uty D. W. Gibson were busy this morning, posting election notices, as provided bylaw, In a number of places In this township. A suit In equity has been Instituted In the Marlon county circuit court against Mattle A. Parrlsh, the widow of the late J. L. Perrlsh. The parties plaintiff are S. B. and C. W. Parrlsh, Grace G. Pierce, Josle L. Slater and N. O. Parrish by Henrietta Parrlsh, his guardian, and Sam B. Parrlsh, as administrator of the estate of Joslah L. Parrlsh, deceased. Application was made by the plaintiffs to County Judge Terrell for a temporary writ of injunction as mentioned in the last above clause of tho prayer and the same was granted, it to be returnable at the next term of department No. 2 of the circuit court. In replevin case of Capital Lumber ing Company vs. Sarah T. Learned, action for money, the motion to strike out part of answer was sus tained. Demurrer to separate answer overruled. The replevin case of Ferdinand J, Gollln vs. F. J. Eldriede Jet al., was called before Judge Burnett at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon. A jury was secured and case commenced but at adjournment the case was con tinued till today.! The case Is on trial to a jury this afternoon. In case of Sharp vs. Card well, action for money, which was argued before Judge Burnett Monday afternoon, jury returned sealed verdict in favor of plaintiff, for $50. The grand jury reported two true bills. It is likely the circuit court will have completed its work by Wed nesday evening, when adjournment will be had. i "NEW" P .BOOKS. i "A Woman by Robt. Barr. Intervenes," Philosophy of Senti-Maria Hegel's Flno Art." "The Comedy of ment,"by Nordan. "Mrs. Gerald," by Louise Pool. "Stephen, a Soldier of the Cross," Klngsloy. "Joan Haste," by Haggard "Women's Work In the Home," by Archdeacon Far rar. "Amos Jtuld," by J. A. Mitchell. "Friends in Council," by Sir Arthur Phelps. The Children of the Cold,' by Frederick Scwalka. Foresaid by F. S, Dearborn, Bookseller, ,gsy,gyT gvgvv CLCjvrti Mill. life! Two Days Special Sale, From the cheapest to the best all at reduced prices, AWednesday and Thursday Justice Court. Justice Johnson's court Monday was occupied In hearing the case of Fannie BFIeener vs. O. II. Gilbert, constable of Lincoln precinct. The suit grew out of an attachment levied on three hogs, ten bushels of" wheat and three tons of hay valued at $25, which property was attached by the officer and for the recovery of which Mrs. Fleener sued. Court gave ver dict in favor of the plaintiff. Rally at Dallas. Tho common American people ex pect to hold a Bryan rally at Dallas, on Saturday, October 31. Ex-Governor Pennoyer and Elder Barkley are to be the speakers. A rich treat Is In store for all. Every one Is Invited to come. Speaking at 2 p. rn. and 7:30 p. m. Judge Crowell speaks at th'e Dallas city hall on October 24, at 7:30 p. m. Judge Crowell is an old soldier and an excellent speaker. She Still Runs. In spite of the many rumors to the contrary, the Salem local still operates between the Capital and the Metropolis, although tho Portland Exposition has closed. It will continue to do so -until other wise officially instructed. Travel on this train now compares fayorably to that of any time since it was placed on the run. Also there lias been a noticeable increase in the number of passengers, seeking passage via tho overland, since "the rate on the local has been raised. Sad News. Rev. W. O. Kantner. pastor of tho First Congregational church of this city, received a tele gram today, announcing the death of his father, J. Kantner, at the ad vanced age of 80 years, at Cressona, Pa., at an early hour this morning. Unfortunately, Dr. Kantner will not bo able to go East, to attend tho funeral. He has the sympathy of his large congregation, besides that of numerous other acquaintance. A Fraternal Visit. Last night a number of the mem bers of Centralia Temple, No. 11, Rathbonc Sisters, made a fraternal visit to the Ella Houston temple, at Silverton. The trip was made via Basey's wagonette add the ride by moonlight across some of the prettiest country of the state, was greatly en joyed. The party did not reacli Salem on the return trip until 2:30 a. m. to day and report a delightful time, the Silverton temple being entertainers of rare ability. Those forming the party were: Mrs. F. W. Steusloff, Mrs Col. Olmstead, Mrs. Morris WIprut, Mrs. J. A. Dickey, Mrs. A. B. Gardner, Mrs. Geo. C. Will, Mrs. C. W. Knox, Mrs. F. T. Wrightman and Mrs. C. L. Parmenter. Misses: Anna Jensen, Edith Eisen hardt, Mona Bowman; Messrs: A. M. Hansen, U. J. Lehman and,- J. A. Dickey. Apparently Being Converted. At the open meeting at the Univer sity, Friday evening, a straw vote was taken, which resulted as follows: McKinley, 73; Bryan, 45; Palmer, 2. This indicates a noticeable Increase In the Bryan vote, over that conducted about four weeks previous, when the ratio of the votes stood about 3 to 1 In favor of McKinley. The increase In the Bryan vote Is very gratifying to the members of the Bryan club, re cently organized by several students of the University, since It shows their efforts have at least been appreciated. Before the November election, they hope to convince numerous other stu dents of the error of their way, and "gather the wanderers in." Such missionary work on the part of Bryan students, in connection with their studies, is most commendable. Wheat Wanted. Unlimited quantities of wheat wanted at Humphrey's wareliouse,for which the highest market price will be paid. Come and see at 325 State Insuranco block, or at warehouse, foot of Union streeet, Salem. I0l9-2t. A. M. Humphrey. a The Only Chair Car Line to the east is the Union Pacific. Eastern cities are reached via this line with fewer changes of cars than via other lines. Rates alwuvs Mm lowest. Tickets to or from points in the United States, Canada, or Europe for sale by Boise & Barker, Agents, 15-15d-4w Salem, Oregon. , -. 4HtfVfe 257 Commercial st. (l Diaductive Cure of Disease Through the Use of 0XYVITris It Is useless to enumerate tho many Ills whlch.arc dally cradi ted from -the human system through the use of Oxyylta Wr or call and we will explain why In every aflllctlon we can relieve the sufferer and guide them to perfect health. A. B. SLIM, - ResiJent agent "Oxyyita" Chatwin House, Silem. 6orn ' " ' 50 lb, sacks each 80c, We warrant the above to be fresh, and as each sack bears tnenameoi "Wells a wimer, manufactur rs of the best meal only," no words of praise ere necied, corn HflRRITT 5 LflWR P, O, Grocery, Buttermilk toilet soap, 10c box of 3 cakes, ENCE, Salem School Directors Meet. At the regular meeting of the board of school directors for district No. 21, last evening the following bills were audited: Salem Water Co., $75; B. F. Salmon, $2.50; Buren & Hamilton, $3.00; J. Myers & Son, $.70. Clerk Bozorth reported" 1,542 pupils having registered while the report of Supt. G. A. Peebles showed 1,4(55 of that number enrolled in the various schools ax follows.: East school, 509; North, 287; Polytechnic, 50; Park, 240; Lincoln, 177; and Central schools, 148: Director Ohmart was constituted a committee of one to ascertain the best plans for providing the Lincoln school with a musical instrument, he to submit his roport at next meeting. Superintendent Peebles reported verb ally on thecrowded condition of the schools and adjournment was had. Superii Meals for all shades and color of politicians, as well as all the rest of tho people, at Kenworthy & George's restaurant. Try them. THE MARKETS, SILVER. New York, Oct. 20. Silver, 2 60. 64tfcj !e LIVE STOCK. CiucAco, Oct. 20 -Hog-Ufiht fo.otfi 3.52; heavy $3.io3.so. v Cattle Beeves 3.5o5.oo; cowi heifers $1.(0(3.00. HheepGood ste Dec Reed's Opera House, PATTON 11ROS., Local ManaCers. Old Folks' Whist Clur. The Old Folks' Whist club for this win. public funds, state, city and county ' ter was held last evening at the ele- iiirger uiues are 1110 ganf, Homo of State Treasurer Phil ana nn tuo larger cities are depositories of national funds. Every onco and a wliilo one of them fails up, puts his property in the hands of his relatives and stands on tho streets and shouts "Sound money and tho national honor, must bo preserved." The Journal does not single Dr. Cusick out alone for this criticism. Ho is a truo typo of tho whole crew, who, from Mark nauna down, talk tho gold standard only to decelvo tho public Into giving them farther op portunity to fatten at publlo ex penso while prating of public ylrtuo. Metschan.corner of State and Twelfth 6trcets. Mrs. J. A. Richardson and cx-Gov. Z. F. Moony carried off first prizes, whtlo the boobies Jwere awarded Mrs. E. M. Waito and R. B. Fleming. Tho club will meet with Hon. and Mrs. J. G. Wrlgnt at their unurch street home next Monday evening. You Can Be Well When your blood is pure, rich and nourishing for nerves and muscle. The blood Is the vital fluid, and when It Is poor, thin and impure you must ciwiurhuiieroryou will Tall a victim to sudden changes exposure, orover !x0rK f,KecP yur blood pure with Hopd's Sarsaparllla and be well. Hood's Pills arc the bestafter-dinner pill assist digestion, ouro headache. 2o cents. One Night Only, Thursday, Oct. 22, Obituary. MATTHEV. S. Died at her home in East Salem, at 12:15 a. m. Octbober 14, 1890, Mrs. Rhoda A. Matthews. Deceased was born in Ohio, on the 10th day of August, 1853. Joined the Methodist church at the age of 14, and lived up to that faith until the time of her death. She move J with her father's family (Adam Simon) to Kansas In 1807, and there married James Matthews in 1870. They with their family moved to Oregon in 1888, wchi 0 they have since resided. De ceased loaves a husband and seven chlldicn to mourn her death. They we-10 all present at her death except ori(Tson, who was In Eastern Oregon. He a 1 rived In time for thn fnnnrni. Funcral services were held at the nouseat lla. m. on tho 15th, Eev. Beauchamp conducted the services. The remains were taken to Polk county, near Zena, for Interment. CARD OP THANKS. We desire to extend our thanks to those who were so kind to us during our sad bereavement. Jas. Matthews & Family. Event Extraordinary, The seasan's greatest success. The delightful comedy drama Jii- UBUl IfUtUI OASTOH1A. Ufy &&M tin A Political Lie. Some very small politicians are Industriously circulating the lie that Oscar Rennie, ( tho printer, was discharged from The Journal force because ho Is a Mc j Klnley man. This is a lie told for J political effect as Mr. Rennie's poli tics have been and still aro unknown to tho publishers. Try again. Friends of Bryan and Free Coinage who can contribute to tho campaign fund, even SO smnll n nm no 9Ji nnta should do so as funds are badly needed In tho closing days of tho campaign. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. S2x stir,. " fc UTjCA-?4'tr&-. 7 i GWK "Tennessee's Pardner' Benefit of the Salem Hospital, Reed's Opera House, eadyioc higher. GRAIN. Chicago, Oct. 20. Wheat, ash iWa TA7C PORTLAND MAKKET. PROVISION. Portland, Oct. 20. Wheat nWn.ioOLnt Walla Walla, 67. "'7 Flour Portland, 4.00; Benton county, 4 ooj graham, 3.25; superfine, $3.55 per bbl Oats-White, 3334C grey, 3i3JWlleJ, in bags, $4.2$$$, barrels, 4.5o7,; cases, 3.75. Potatoes.. Oregon, 35(1500 per sack. Hay. .Good, ioio.;o per ton. Wool.. Valley, 89c; Eastern Oregon 57C Millstun"s.1Bran1$i2.$oai4.5o;shortJ,$i3.5o Poultry- Chicken8,mued,S2,5oa2.4o; tJoil ers, $i.25t.75; ducks, $233; geese, 56j turkeys, live, 10. Hides, .green, salted 60 lbs 5c; under 60 lb3 44c; sheep pelts, io7oc. Hops 4Vi7c. Butter. .Oregon fancy creamery, KM', fancy dairy, 2535; fair to Rood, 2o(fi2ajfc ineese .uregon mil cream, 9. Eggs.. Oregon, I720c per dor. . Beef. .Topsteers, 2.2502.40 per lb; Ian to good steers, 2i2 3.50; cows, 111,'. dressed beef, 34Kc SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. San Francisco, Oct. 20. Wheat, Dec, 1 50 Wool.. Oregon choice,icaiic; inferiors 7i , valley, qc. Hops Quotable at 24c for old. Potatoes 253oc per sack. Oats Milling. 8792. SALEM MARKET. Wheat. .68cjper du., market firm. uats.. 23325c. Hay..Ba'ed, cheat, 7.oo7.25;, timothy, 8.50. Flour.. In wholesale lots, 3.10; retail, 3.20; bran, bulk 11.5012.50; sacked, 11.00; shorts, 12.5013.50; chop feed, Il.ong 12.00. Poultry. .Hens 5c; Spring chickens, 5c lb., Veal..Dressed, 3 & Hogs.. Dressed, 2y,3y,. Live Cattle.. i2. Sheep.. Live, 1.25. . . Wool.. Best, 120. ' I lops.. Best, 45o. Eggs.. Cash. 17c. r - . Butter.. Best dairy, 15 cj fancy creamer, J 20c. Cheese .!2c. ,,, . . Farm Snwkt-d Meats7,"'i. CXcibtn" 90; shoulders, 5c f Potato?., osrerbu. Wednesday. Oct. 21,at'8P,M, Suggested by Bret Hart's exquisite - romance of laughter and tears. t l GRAND 1 1 Tli fie. linll. tlrtitun V Km Hear the sweet singing of the araen Nugget Quartet. See the picturesque costumes, scenery and effects, A comolete tstwliirfJrtn u-r u F. --ww y u. jew 1 orn company, " Seats now on sale, Granc! Stereos , Electrical Entertainment By the eminent Russian traveler, Dr. GREGORY DE KANNET 100 Ktprpn-nlnntrloil tiMnm.v c.. Jefcts: 1. "The Coronation." 2. "IIu njorous Politic" under stereo-electrical rays; or the present political situa- t.uu us seen oy uic runny man. Tho brightest humor, sharpest wit and comical art. The greatest novelty of the present campaign. Reps, Perns up an get, meir snare. Admission to all parts of the house -5c; 10c extra for reserved seats. Gal lery tcketsta pupils-of the publlo schools 10c. I Free Pills. Send your address to II. E. Bnekfea & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pill. A trial will convince you of t lieir merits. These pills are easy in act on j . i..(.,.i,r nffoptfvft in the iiuu lire yrufciuuiuijj "ww...- n-.j. cure of Constipation and -Wcfc I Icm ache. For Malaria and Liver trout lea they have been proved '"'".T; They are guaranteed to be WW free from every deleterloud sta to be purely vegetable. They do no weaken by their action, but In tone to stumacu and bowels gr ea Invigorate the system. Regular s ze 25 cents per box. Sold by trta a. Legg Druggist. Salem SteamLaundry Please notice the cut in pHs on the following! ocortf .Shirts, plain eVoloeentt Under drawers ctoioeent Under shirts 3 co! Socks, per pair ,1 ceai Handkerchiefs 'eait Silk handkerchiefs ... ; ' " fan Sheets and pillow slips 24 centi per w and other work in proportion. Flannels andother work telhgently washed by j I m .