llallv Canifal Jnurna
BY KOFBR BROTHBR3,
SATURDAY, OCT. 24, 1896.
A Two Days'
Glove Sale !
, . . . " W W W '" W
DAILY LINJS TO PORTLAND.
Altona and Ramona
' Portland, 0:45 a. m.
iJ Salem 7 a. in., except Sunday.
I f Quick time, regular service and cheap
f ... .rates....
J M. i 11ALDWIN,
l Agent, Salem.
SJ SWi. f s S s H
Feder's Brush Skirt Protector
The Improved skirt
Comes in all shades.
Friday and Saturday wc will
yut on sale our full line of Fiv
dcho 4'button gloves, i his is
one of Jay's best French glove,
Wc always sell them at 150
this sale takes them at 51.20,
There's a splendid assortment,
and every pair guaranteed,
We include a number of odd
lots in our $1.50 5hook geister
CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Sanitary, healthful "and warm
Capes and Jackets.
A good assortment to elioose
from. Every one u good value
Sotno new shapes In
New brown sti tf hats
See us for your winter suit,
wool suits from $0 up.
W. T. Slater returned this morning
Prof. Z. M. Parvln came down from
Albany this morning.
A. W. Gelsy arrived In the city yes
terday from Southern Ooegon.
Editor n. G. Guild, of the Shelrdan
Sun, was a Salem visitor today
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wright, of
Mehama, were in tho city today.
Rev. A. Robinson went to Lebanon
this morning where he will preach
Geo. Stutcsman left this morning
for the Sound country to be absent
United State Senator Geo. W. Mc
Bride returned to Portland this after
noon. Geo. G. Bingham returned this
morning from a business trip down
Rudolf Illrt, a native of Switzer
land, today- recleved final citizenship
Hon. 0. A. Eoutello and daughter,
lion. M. 0. George and Adjutant Gen
eral B. B. Tuttlo went to Portland
Prof. 0. H. Byland, who Is principal
of the Aurora public schools, with
Miss M. F. Colllson as assistant, Is In
tho city today.
Rev. n. A. Barden, of Portland who
has been attending the Baptist asso
ciation hero the past week, will preach
to tho oldBoldlers and their friends at
tho First M. E. church to morrow
1 M. E. Pogue went to Gervais thiB
afternoon where ho speaks this even
ing in tue Interest of "sound money"
and protection. IT. E. NcGinn, of
Portland was billed for Gervais Ithls
evening but owing to his voice failing
him, ho was cnablo to fill tho appoint-
Today's Transactions in the Various
Circuit court convened at 9 a. m.
this morning and the following busi
In case of Theo Bcrnhcim vs. Uin
Ylm, action for money, plaintiff to
reply to second amended answer by
November 6, 1890 Cause continued.
In replevin and damage case of
Ferdinand Gollln vs. F. J. Eldrledge
et al., motion for new trial allowed.
Leave granted to defendant to file
amended answer by December 1, 1890.
Plalntlir to reply by July 1, 1897. Con-tl.iucd.
In case of Phil Ncis vs. D W Jones,
action for money, which was tried on
the 10th inst and jury decided in fa
vor of plalntlir, motion of plaintiff
and motion of defendant for Judgment
for costs argued and taken under ad
visement for decision in vacation.
The action fo money cae of Phil
Nels vs. Kola Neis was continued.
The ejectment and damage case o
A. S. Cone ys. .S. A. Bogan et al., was
Action for money In the case of C.
G. Burkhart vs. John Weiss, was con
Court adjourned shortly before noon
A FEW SOCIAL ITEMS.
What is Being Done in Salem Social
The ladles of Rebecca lodge of Dal
las will pay the Salem Rebeccas a
fraternal visit on next Monday even
ing. This evening the members of the
Epworth League of tho First M. E,
Church expect to go out to tho -Kurtz
farm north of this city and. enjoy
themselves. The trip will bo made In
a hayrack, and the novelty of the
trip will add greatly to tho pleasures
of the evening.
The new Central Congregational
church at the corner of the 19th
and Ferry streets Is rapidly nearing v?n.n a4 3:3C
comnlfiMon. Tho enenretlrs and self-.'a,t J?:35: Even!
sacrillcing efforts of the good people In
that section of the city have been
crowned with excellent success In their
building enterprise notwithstanding
the scarcity of money. Rev. Beaucli
amp, the new pastor, has arrived in
tho city and services have already
been held in the edifice although the
work on the interior of the building
is not yet completed. Profs. Heritage
and Winkler, have generously con
sented to give a concert in the new
chapel on next Friday evening to aid
the church society in tho completion
of the work and ere many days this
new and comfortable chapel will fully
assnme Its roll lu the city of churches,
CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW
BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION.
Closing day services: At 10:30a. in.,
sermon by Rev. James Sunderland, D.
D., or San Francisco, The evening
services will be at 7:30. Sermon by
Rev. H. C Woods, D. D., or Colorado
Springs, Colo. This will be tho clos
ing day or this great Baptist conven
tion, which our city has had the priv
ilege to enjoy. The V. P. S. C E. will
have a special rally at 0:30, In which
the delegates in attendance will take
part. All our citizens are cordially
Invited to attend these services. Spe
cial music by the orchestra ana choir.
Corner or Center and High streets,
n. A. Denton, pastor. Morning ser
mon at 10:30. bv Rev. C. II. McKee. or
Albany. Communion at 11:30 a. m.
Sunday school rally rrom 12 to 1.
o'ciock. miss Ne llio Clark in chanrc.
Junior Endeavor attends Baptist con-
30 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E.
nir sermon at 730. bv
j. -r. noye, or I'oruana. rror. Alien
will have charge or the choir. Spe
cial selection In the morning: "I will
Extol Thee," by Suddi evening, "In
cline Thine Ear," by Himmel.
Corner of Seventieth and Cheraek
eta streets, Ezra Maurer, pastor. Sun
day school at 10 a. m. C. T. Doty, su
perintendent. Preaching at 11 a. in.
and 7:30 p.m. Junior Y. P. A. at 3 p.
m. Senior Y. P. A. at 6:30 n. m.
Subject, "Value of Religious Experi
ence." A song service will precede
tho evening preaching service. Union
holiness meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.
in Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30
p. m. Aii are welcome.
by Robt. Barr.
"Tho Comedy or
"Mrs. Gerald," by Maria
"Stephen, a Soldier or tho
"Joan Haste," by Haggard
"Women's Work In the
Home," by Archdcacou Far
rar. "Amos Judd," by J. A.
"Friends In Council," by
Sir Arthur Phelps.
'The Children or the Cold,'
by Frederick Scwatka.
For sale by
F. S, Dearborn,
2C Special fat T,. rs
Today and Tomorrow.
Every piece in ours.,,
mwOV, lWO Qays
New TodayCapes and Jack,
Several New lines in Can. nA t-i... ...
Call and see them before thpSX
7M jff if L
The Empire Entertainers.
Who come rrom the Grand Opera
house, Los Angelos, to Reed's Opera
house, Monday night; are on their
way back East. The company, which is
acknowledged according to San Fran
cisco and Los Angelos papers to be
one or the best and most refined
vaudervllle combinations now travel
ing on the road. The artists consists
or the great European magician, Al
blni, who is, without doubt, the
greatest necromancer before the pub-.
He. He is assisted by Sydney De
Grey, the refined baritone vocalistf
This gentleman will sing the latest
New York successes. Miss Nellie
Maguire is also a great character ar
tist, which consists of the English
costermoeger, the New York tough,
the Irish Biddy, the farmer's wife,
tho wair and other impersonations.
M'Uo Mildred DeGrey, the celebrated
Trilby dancer, is a marvelous per
rormer and ono not seen every day.
Popular prices 75, 50 and 25 cents.
Seats are now on sale.
Don't Wait por MoKinley. O
n. Lano has returned with a lino of
winter Buttings that for stylo and low
price beat anything ever on tho mar
ket, Don't wait for Mr. McKInley's
election, but make your selections at
once. Gold, Bllver, or greenbacks
taken for pay.
8 KM 8
Stylish, or course, but Btylo is noth
ing without quality. Good fabrics?
Certainly, but tills alone is not suffi
cient. Perfect fitting? Yes; but 1ft
doesn't muko a good cloak. The point
is. wo unlto all these In our wraes.nnd
sell them at a price within tho reach
- .Willis 'Bros, d Co.
, " iCourthnd'Llberty.
Tb& dsb Dry Goods; Clothing and
McGinn Knocked Out.
Editor Journal. Judge McGinn
held another flat McKlnlcy gold stan
dard rally at St. Paul last night. The
Woodburn glee- wao hired toj put a
little enthusiasm into the meeting
but tho gun went off tho other way.
The Judge spoko hut a few minutes
before he used the familiar name
"Popocrats" which brought a storm
or hurrahs for Bryan. The Judge's
face lost its usual radiance and his
voice faltered, ho spoke but a short
time when a second Bryan wave
passed over tho audience and the
Judge's voice was still lower and at
thistimo he turned to the chairman
and In a husky whisper told that
genlteman that his voice had failed
him and that he could not proceed
with his speech. The spirit of patriot
ism in uio crowa ana ms own con
science had entirely unvoiced him.
This is tho man who boasts his ability
to handle tho Catholic vote. At all
tho places where ho has spoken three
fourths of thoso present have been for
noT Stuff. Reporting the recent
trial or Dr. Estes befcro the Oregon
medical board at Dr, Cuslck's otllco
In Salem last week, the Astoria Bud
got uses tho following head-lines In
condemnation of tho mothods cm
ployed: "An outrage on justice,"
"usurpation of criminal Jurisdiction
by state board of medical examiners,"
"Dr. Estes condemned on the testi
mony of n dissolute woman and
rivals In Ills own profession," "Tho
people of this city are more than in
dignant and say there Is no safety for
an honest and upright man."
There will be a special meeting of
the Illihee club next Monday evening
when business or importance will
come up. A full attendance is re
quested. The annual meeting for the
election of officers will be held Tues
day evening, November 10, 1800, when
a full report or the business done since
the organization or the club will be
GRAND ARMY SERMON.
Tomorrow at the M. E. church at
10:30 a. m. Rev. n. A. Barden, chap
lain or the G. A. R., or Oregon, will
preach ft 6ernipn to the members or
that order and their rrlends In Salem.
AH old scldlers and their families are
Out of sight those uew heavy sole
shoes ror winter at Krausse Bros.
Moores Squelched. Charley
Moores struck a hot spud yesterday
afternoon when he tackled Green B.
Cornelius, of Turncr.on the street
corner, but he couldn't drop It. The
old veteran Repullcan silyer man,
wound him up on every issue, and the
ex-speaker became so mad that he
called the gray-halred old man and
his cause all the names he could lay
his tongue to. The police came to
Charley's rescue and hustled him offi
to the sarety lino Just in time.
Take your Sundoy dinner at Strongs.
Three vags were this morning given
5 days each by Recorder Edes. A
drunk was given ten days. This sen
tence was occasioned by'the rrequency
with which the -accused participates
in such celebrations.
Take your Sunday dinner at Strongs.
Tho civil case or J. A. Roberts vs.
John Savage Jr., Is on trial this after
noon before Justice II. A. Johnson
Try a pair Seal Goat shoes Water
proof at Krausse Bros.
Rev. W. Steele, pastor. At 10:30 a.
m. Rev. M. M. Lewis, of Albanv. will
preach. Sunday school at 12 m. Chi
nese JSunday school at 3:30. Junior
Christian Endeavor at 4 o'clock. Sen
ior Christian Endeavor at0:15. Even
ing &ervice at 7:30 o'clock. Song ser
vice and sermon, by Rev. W. M.Jones,
of Portland. Prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at 7;30a'clock. Comeund
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
Sunday school at 12 m. Unity Guild
at 0:30 p. m. Rev. W. E. Copeland
pastor. The morning sermon will be
in memory of Mrs. Sarah G. Wade,
whose funeral took nlaee last, Sunrl.iv.
Subject of evening-historical lecture
"Urlch Zwingle, the Liberal Christian
of the sixteenth century."
Rev. W. C. Kantner, D. D., pastor.
Preaching at 10:30 a. in., by Rev.
M, L. Rugg, formerly pastor of the
Baptlstchurch of this city. Sunday
school atJ2 m. Junior Endeavor at 4
p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 0:30. Preach
ing by Rev. C. A. Woody, of Portland,
at 7:30 p. m. Special music under
charge of Mrs. Hinges. .
first united evangelical!
On Cottage street, near Center, J.
Bowersox, pastor. Preaching tomor
row at 10:30, by Kev. T. S. Dunlin: fit
7:30 by Rev. Geo. N, Annin,. ministers
of tho Baptist church. Sunday 60I100I
at xi, in. jv. u. j. IL,. atOMU.
Y. M. O. A.
II W. Stone and A. L. Veazie, of
Portland, Will address the men's meet
ing at the young men's Christian As
sociation Sunday afternoon, at 4
o'ciock. xne .Baptist choir and orches
tra will be present. All young men
are cordially Invited to attend.
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL.
Twonty.flrst Sunday after Trinltyi
at 7:30, a, m. holy communion; at
10:30 a. in. morning prayer, litany and
sermon; at 12 m. Sunday school; at
730 p. m. evening prayer and sermon.
W. B. Magran, rector.
EVANGELICAL CHURCH GERMAN.
Corner or Liberty and Center streets,
P. Bittner, pastor. Preaching at 11
a. m. and 7:30 n. m. Revival snrvi;
every day during the week, excepting
Saturday. All are cordially invited.
w, c. t. u.
.,J J!;? of Eugene, will address
the W. C. T. U. at 4 p. m. Sunday
arternoon. All invited.
A LETTER FROM MEXICO.
257 Commercial st.
Man Writes to
a Friend in
Mexico, Oct. 15, 1890.
II. M. Van Avery Dear Sir & Bro.
Yours or Sept. 28 was handed In yes
terday by Bro. Stump and he asked me
to answer It Tor him 11s he did not have
time Tor he Is on the road 15 hours out
or 24,buslnc8Slsgood heiuand the men
arc making good time. Engineers aie
making rrom $200.00 to $300.00 per
month. Firemen rrotn $90 to $150
MachiiiL-ts get $3.00 per day. Holler
makers $5.00 per duv nil laborers -p
Diaductive Cure of Disease Through the Use of
or call and we w,
the suHercr and guide them to perfect health. eTe
A. B, SLIM,
Resident agent "Oxyyita" ChitwiaHouM, Silen.
L'ome down and get a box of Buttermilk Soap 3 cakes In a box
price per box l0c We would like to have you try our fancy table
syrupy Wc can suit you. "Morning Glory" syrup is clear, sweet
and appetl.ing. '-Tea Garden" drips is a pure sugar syrup no
glucose enters into Its composition. In color it Is daikor than
"Morning Glory," but in flavor is unsurpassec, and the more you
eat the more you want.
flARRITT 5 LAWRENCE,
P. O, Grocery.
Agents fpr "WorldBeater" Soap."
Mexicans, and get from 50 cents to
$1."00 per day. Our living cost $1.00
per day. Three meals for a dollar.
I can't give you tho prloo of the art
Icles you mentioned but men with a
ramlly tell me they can live here as
cheap as they could in the states,
Traveling In this oountry is not very
good ror this country is full of unem
ployed railroad men.
L. L. noprER,
10 to 1.
Sixteen to one will agree that spot
cash will buy more goods at The Pair
than any other place In Salem.
O. P. Darijy, Prop.
s & w
To Q. A. R. People.
Henry A. Bardeu, chaplain of the
department of Oregon, G. A. R., will
deliver a sermon before Sedgwick
Post, and Corps, at the M. E. church
Sunday morning, October 25. By vote
of the Post and corps, they will meet
at their halls at 10 a. m. sharp, to
march lu a body to the church. All
ura urged to turn out, and notify ull
comrades they may meet.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Young Peo
ples' meetingat 0:30 p. m.
Services at 10:30 a. m.and 7:30 p. m.
at their hall corner Liberty and Court
For Rape. Isaac Larsen, a Scandi
navian, of Umatilla county, was today
brought to the penitentiary to serve
three years for rape.
THE UNION CAMPAIGN.
According to a celebrated anato
mist there are upwards of 5,000,000
little glands in the human stomach.
These glands pour out the digestive
Juices which dissolve or digest the
food. Indigestion Is want of juice,
weakness of glands, need orhrlptq
restore the health of these organs.
The best and most natural help Is
that given by Shaker Digestive Cor
dial. Natural, because Itsuppllcs the
materials needed by the glands to pre
pare the digestive Juices. Because it
strengthens and invigorates the
glands and the stomach, until they
arc able to do, tholr work alone.
Shaker Digestive Corhlal cures Indi
gestion certainly and permanently.
It does SO hv niitnrnl nmnnu nl
I , j ......... ...w....i.i. Ul.i.
therein lies tho secret of Its wonder-
Bucklen's Arnica halve.
The best salve in the world for o.iir,s.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
aureM, leiter.cuappeci nanus.eiiilblalns,
corn, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures plies, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money rerunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by Fred A.
Reed's Opera House,
PATTON PROS., Local Managers.
Monday Night, October
Tho empire entertainers, under the
management or Adolph Lasko,
from the Empire Theatre,
J. O. Rarves.
Pnst. rvimninniw ful and unvaried suceess.
D. W. Matthews, Act. Adjutant.' per bottTe6818' Pr'C 10cent8to1
22-3t I .
The White House. Whether Mr.
Bryan or McKinley go there the
meals at the White House restaurant
take tho lead In Salem. Ken worthy
Another Case. Tho diphtheria
scare, fortunately,ls slowly disappear
ing. One additional caso was reported
to Chief or PoIIcq Dilley and every
precaution will bo taken to prevent its
spreading. The limited number or
cases of tho, dread disease may be ac
counted for by tho caro that is c
Be Comfortable While Travelling
in cool weather. The Union Pacilio
system heats its trains throughout by
steam heat frcuu the engine, thus
uiaking every part or all its cars pleas
ant and comfortable. It also lights
Its cars hv the celebrated Pint.snii
TakoyourSundaydlnneratStrongs. eih "'"klne tnem brilliant at
" i nll'llt,. T'necnnrrnna nnnrlarl .11..
tho Fast Mail, which leaves Portland
at 7 p. m. For sleeping car reserva
tions, tickets, or Information, call on
Boise & Barker, Agents
IO JZU -i w
Bryan -.and Free Silver Ralley.
Will bo held ut Sllverton, Or., Oct
ober 31, 1890. Grand torch lights
procession. Two bands. Four noted
speakers. Tho Mott boys Tho
Bradley sisters. Spoaklng. Campalgu
songs, Recitations. Good music.
Come every body and attend tho
last and greatest rally of tho cam
The goldbug organ is again print
ing that nlatform for the Democratic)
-ll AIVI ll'iliAtli ilinn lMia .. u4? At..
, - -; wiawuiiu nuuiu uiu SUUH in HUl. UIO
crclscd In preventing further spread; I truo Democratic platform.
Headed by tho great, the only
Tho master of wonder workers,
mimic and humorist,
The Ladies and GEWS.-Thq stock-
or underwear for ladlcs,gents and chil
dren at tho New York Racket Is com
plete, and all sold at racket prices,uall
and lay in u supply when needed!
Sidnev De Grev.
mt . . S i
xne gaeat baritone singer, In tho lat
est New York successes, late of
noyt's "Parlo'r Match."
Miss Nellie McGuire,
The great character artist, a wonder
Mildred De Grey.
The great Trilby dancer.
Refined 6ong and dance artist.
, and others.
Book your seats early, 75c, 50o and 25c
Dates and Appointments for Bryan Meet
ings. The Bryan Union campaign com
mittee announces the following dates
and appointments for speakers in till
County committees and local chair
man should make arrangements for
these meetings and communicate with
the stato central committee, composed
ouoiin u. xoung, m. A. Miller and
Frank V. Drake, rooms 405, Gand7,
Chamber of Commerce, Portland.
L. H. M'MAHAN.
Table Rock, Saturday, October 24.
Medford, Monday, October 26.
Jacksonville, Tuesday, October 27.
Phoenix, Wednesday, October 28.
Ashland, Thursday, October 29.
HON. H. C. 11AKRR and J. D. MATLOCK.
Florence, Saturday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m.
Head or Tide, Oct. 12, at 2 p. in.
Cheshire, Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 2 p. m.
.niiiiiru, UCU. UCb. 14, M, Z p. III.
Smlthfield, Thu. Oct. 15, at 2 p. m.
Long Tom, Friday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. in.
HON. W. T. HIQDON.
Highland, Oct. 24 at 1pm: Beaver
Creek at 7:30.
Pleasant Hill, Oct. 20 at 1 p m: Union
Macksburg, Oct. 27 at 1 p m; Mullno,
at 7;30. '
Centre View, Thursday, Oct 29.
Mrinltnp Prllnt. rnt- on
Sllverton, Saturday, Oct 31,
Ralncr, Monday, Oct 20.
Columbia county, Tuesday. Oct 27.
Columbia county, Wednesday, Oct 28.
Portland, Thursday, Oct 29.
Hilisboro, Friday, Oct 30,
Washington county, Saturday, Oct 31.
Oregon City, Monduy, Nov. 2.
W. J. D'AROY.
Albany. Saturday, October 24.
Corvallis, Monday, October 20.
salem, Tuesday, Octobor 27
Portland, Thursday, October 29.
Asvoria, irnaay, uctober 30.
Above are all dates now fixed. Com
mittees can arrnnffo .iftarnnnn nnd
evening meetings ir desired. Joint
discussions acceptable unless local
committeer arranges otherwise.
The Only Chair Car Line
to the east is the Union Pacific,
eastern cities are reached via this
line with rewer changes or cars than
via other lines. Rates always tho
lowest. Tickets to or rrom points in
MlO United StntfiS. Onnnrtn. nr "RnmnA
for sale by
, , ,. , Boisu & Barker, Agents,
I5-15d-4w Salem, Oregon.
New York, Oct. 24 Silrer, 6$e; Jul
Chicago, Oct 24.-Ho2Llghi irwa
3.65; heavy 3.io3 60. w"
Catties-Beeves o3.355.oo; Mwl y
Sheep Good steady; ice hijher.
Chicago. Oct. 20. Wheat, cuh 67
V UKTLAND MARKET.
Portland, Oct. 24. Wheat valler,7V27ie 'I
r-ii- ur.11. en. mrsif 1
Mail- .,an, uy.,
Flour Portland, 4.00; Benton coiutj,
4.00; graham, 3.25; superfine. $3.55 m, U
Oats-White, 3334c;grer,3i3:piy '
mbags, 54-25S.2Si "". 4-57;
Potatoes.. Oregon, 35iiSucperHek
Hay. .Good, 1010.50 per ton.
Wool.. Valley, Soc; Kastera Ortpn
Millstulls.. Bran, $12.50114. 5oJsho:U,tl3j4
Poultry Chickens,mued,2.5oa2.4o; broil
ers, $I.2e,l.75; ducks, $2i3; geese, 5frj
turkeys, live, 10.
Hides.. green, 'salted 60 lbs 6a;c; under
60 lbs 44ci sheep j cits, io7oc.
Butter.. Oregon fancy cream.-ry, 3JjJ
fancy dairy, 2535 j fair to good, :o(ujj
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 9,
Eggs.. Oregon, 22cperdoz,
Beef..Topsteers, 2.252.4& per lb; tfi
to pood "steers. 2V.(ai,l T.-W. cows. iKflX
dressed beef, 34e.
SAN KKANClbCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Oct. 23. Wheit, K.
WooL.OregoM choice.ioKe,' inferiors
7c, valley, qc. .
Hops Quotable at 57Mc f ' '
rotatoes 253c per sack.
Wheat.. 62c;per bu., market firm,
Hay.. Baled, cheat, 8.00; timoth;9)
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