Daily Capital Journal
BY KOPBR BROTHERS,
TUESDAY, SOV. 17, 1890.
)$ DAILY LINK TO PORTLAND.
M Altona and Ramona
t Portland, 0:45 a. m.
W Salem VA5 m., except Sunday.
' Quick time, regular service and cheap
W ....rates ...
T M. P. BALDWIN,
J? Agent, Salem.
Coque boas, from 50c up.
Hackle Boas and Colarettcs.
Ostrich Collarettes up to $5 eacli.
Capes and Jackets,
In closing out our line of garaents,
we offer exceptional values. If we've
your size, It's an opportunity.
Our "famous" $10 and $12 coats ap
peal to any prospective buyer. Try a
Ruober Coats, Slickers, etc,
We sliow a nice line of these, at
J, J, Dalrymple Co,
Thanksgiving night at the opera
house "Senorita." The funiest play
ever written. Pioduced by "Fin De
Selcle Dramatic club." of this city
II r,.r iinnoHi. of 1 1 in (7. A. R. Guaran
teed to cure the worst case of the
"Blues" in ten minutes, a dollar show
at half price.
Contractor John Gray was In Port
Thos. Kay went up to Waterloo this
T. K. Ford came up from Portland
J. O. Bozarth was a Portland busi
ness visitor today.
Attorney Geo. S. Downing went to
Albany this morning.
II. J. Ottenheimer returned this
morning from Portland.
Adjutant General B.B.Trittle came
up from Portland this morning.
Jno. Holman, of the Albany Iron
works, returned to Albany this morn
Mrs, E. L. Irwin, of East Salem, Is
visiting her slstsr Mrs. Geo. McCul
lough in Portland.
Miss Maria East has returned from
a visit with, friends in North Yamhill
Thomas Burke, aged 14 years, is
the latest arrival at the reform
school, hailing from Portland. There
are now 118 boys in the reformatory.
Mr, S. J. Wood and nelec Miss
Mary Miller, who were the guests of
Mrs. A. Miller over Sunday, returned
to their homo at Colfax, Wn., Mon
Attorney C. M. Charlton is down
with an attack of typhoid fever, and
is quite a sulTerer. This family has
been sorely afflicted for a month past
with a very sick child and the little
one was scarcely well when the
father was stricken down.
Sajkm Ministeuial Association.
At the regular weekly meeting of
the Salem Ministerial Association
held in tlio Y. M. O. A. parlors Mon
day morning, Rev. G. W.Grannisrcad
an interesting paper on "Shirks."
Final arrangements for Union Thanks
giving services have not yet been com
pleted, but an ofilclal announcement
may bo expected in a few days.
Ladies' heavy sole laco shoes, tlio
now thing, also lit at Krausso Bros.
WILLIS BROS, CO,
New Goods Opened t
High novelty Dress Goods, Mixed
Dress Goods, Black ; Dress Goods,
Feather Boas, Thibet and Augorn
trimmings, Ico Wools, lco wool
shawls, Saxony and 'beaver shawls,
Fascinators and belts, Umbrellas,
Jackets, Capes und Mackintoshes.
Bargains for all.
.Willis Bros, d Co,
Tho Cash Dry Goods, Clothing ana
Keep the children
We're nut of our $2.50 Macks for
women and children, so have put that
$3.50 line down to $3. The best buy
of the season. A double texture
English cashmere In blue and black,
same quality, as our ladles $5 one.
Knitting Silk 5c a ball
FaU line of shades in a short knit
ting length, very good quality, 5c.
Larger spools 15c, 2 for 25c.
SALEM SCHOOL BOARD MEETS.
New Principal Elected for Park School
The second regular meccting for
the month of November of the Salem
board of chool directors was held
last evening. Directors II. A. John
son, II. T. Bruce and Win, Cherring
ton being present as well asCitySupt.
Geo. A. Peebles and Clerk Bozorth.
The following bills were audited
and ordered paid by warrant:
B F Symons $ 2 00
Ollngerfc Rigdon 50
J A Rotan 0 .50
C D Gabrielson 22 50
Capital Lumbering Co 2 73
Taylor& McCiackcn 3 25
Taylor & McCracken 4 25
Taylor & McCracken ... 3 25
Taylor & McCracken 4 40
Taylor & McCracken 3 75
RM Vade & Co 4 08
NS Austin 50
City Superintendent G. A. Peebles
reported the unusual condition of the
basements of the public school during
the present high water, not one of
them being Hooded.
The application of Prof. J. J. Bluff,
of Sllverton, for a position in the Sa
lem public schools was recorded
Upon motion It was ordered thut
warrants issue in due course for tea
cher's salaries for the curacnt month
as soon as said month should close,
which will be ou Friday next.
The resignation of Noah Welch,
principal of the Park school wan read
and accepted and Prol. J S. Gr.iham
was elected by ballot to succeed Mr.
Welch. Mr. Welch's resignation was
brought about by ill health and his
resignation is to take effect at the
close of the present school month,
Mr. Graham, who will succeed Mr.
Welch, Is one of the most successful
Instructors in the state and his ex
perience in educational work in this
county, especially, where -he has of
ficiated most occeptably as county
superintendent, will make his acqu
slation to the corps of Salem public
school teachers a most valuable one.
Clerk Bozorth submitted a report
announcing the successfnl negotia
tion of a loan of $2400 at 8 per cent
per annum, which twas authorized by
che board at Its last meeting.
Death of a Vermonter.
Gerry Snow died at the residence of
his son, E. C. Snow, in Highland" ad
dition to Salem, Or., November 14,
1890, having reached the age of 82
years, 4 months and 12 days. Mr,
Snow came to Oregon in November
1889. He came to Salem the following
May; having always enjoyed good
health until within six months of his
death from old age.
Mr.Snow was born inNorthPomfret,
Vermont, July 2, 1814. He was one of
a family of ten, of whom four are now
living. He raised a family of ten
children; live boys and five girls, of
whom seven arc now living; two sons
living here in Oregon, one in Port
land, Edwin E. Snow,
Tho funeral took place Monday,
November 10, at 1 o'clock, burial at
City View Cemetery.
Mr. Snow was a spiritualist by be
lief, but was not a member of any
fraternal order. His wife Is still liv
ing, making her homo with a daugh
ter, Miss Cora Snow, at Lincoln, Neb.
Marshalltown, Iowa, papers and
Woodstock, Vt., Standard, please copy.
Bucklcn's Arnica balvc.
The best salvo in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tettor.chapped hands.chilblains,
corn, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by Fred A
Notice Is hereby given that I hayo
In hand funds applicable to the pay
ment of nil warrants of city of Sa
ini rirnwn mi t,hn eoneral fund u lid
endorsed before December 5, 1895. In
terest will cease on saiu warnuus
from date of this notice.
E. J. Swaffoud,
Salem, November 12, 1690. ll-12-10t
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
A SDC-INCH SNOW
River Flood at a Standstill Other
While it Is rather uncommon for
snow In Oregon, yet late Monday
afternoon the theremometer suddenly
fell and the wind shifted to the north,
and before 10 o'clock Monday evening
the walks and buildings were covered
with nowllakes. By Tuesday morn
ing, the snow had attained a depth of
about six Inches. Should the weather
suddenly tc:ome warmer thus causing
the snow to melt rapidly, a further
raise or several feet is expected in the
stage of the river.
ON THE RIVER.
The Willamette river attained the
remarkable height of 27 feet above
low water mark at au early hour Tues
day morning, but at 10 o'clock It was
on a standstill and, if anything, was
slowly falling. The boats will be un
able to run below Salem, at least un
til the river has fallen several feet,
since they cannot pass under the big
steel bridge, owing to their tall smoke
stacks. Besides, the locks at Oregon
City cannot be opened until the river
falls considerably. The many creeks,
etc., that pour into the Willamette
were also on a standstill Tuesday
morning, and the danger of further
damage to bridges and residence prop
erty adjoining, is thus averted.
STREET CARS RUNNING.
Notwithstanding the amount of
show to be contended with by the
street car companies, both lines were
running Tuesdarmqrnlng as per regu
lar schedule some difficulty was cxper
enced in getting tho cars startod, but
after one trip had been made no fur
ther inconvenience was had in operat
ing the cars.
ON CLACKAMAS BOTTOM
Monday evening the Salem Local had
considerable dllllculty in reaching Sa
lem. On Clackamas bottom just be
low Oregon City, the engineer was
obliged to pass over about a mile of
track that was under water to the
depth of about two feet. The water
reached tho tiiebed and extinguished
the fire. Reaching Oregon City the
train was delayed for over an hour'
during which time a second lire was
kindled and the train resumed its
rui. to Salem, arriving here one hour
and thirty minutes late.
The awnings at 94, 90 and 93 Court,
street were badly damaged as a result
of Monday night's snow fall. Other
awnings attached to other business
houses- also buffered damage from tho
It was reported Monday evening
that the bridge over the Santlam at
Jefferson had been washed away but
it seems the report was faltc since
only the approach tothcbiidgc was
A section of some bridge, supposed
to be that of the approach to the
Santiam bridge at Stayton that was
reported to have been washed away,
passed Salem about 3 o'clock' Monday
Owing to the weak condition of the
Clackamas bridge near Oregon City,
and also to the flooded condition of
the roadbed for several miles below
thatcity, It was impossible for either
the Salem local or the Roseburg mail
to run as per daily schedule. Passen
gers and baggage were transferred
from the Roseburg mail at that point
just opposite Gladstone Park, by
means of electric street cars to Ore
gon City, where they boarded the
local and continued on their to Salem,
arrlvinghere at 1.40 p. m., nearly three
hours late. All damages to the road
between Salem and Albany, were ic
ported as repaired this noon, and
tho Salem local proceeded on
up the valley expecting to meet and
transfer Its cargo to the Roseburg
mall and then return to Salam bound
sor Portland, as tho 2:20 Roseburg
mail bnt owing to the unsettlee con
dition of affairs sho is not oxbected to
pass through Salem for Portland un
til about 4:3o q'clock this afternoon.
Reaching Oregon City the Salem Lo
cal will transfer Its cargo by means
of the electric cars to .the Roseburg
mall below Oregon Clly and then re
turn to Salem in order to make her
regular run tomorrow.
Tonight's southbound Califor
nia overland will leavo
Portland this evening, via
tho West Side, striking the main
road at Albany. Tlio north-bound
overlands, of Monday and Tuesday
mornings reached Portland also via
tho West Side from Albany. Freight
trains have not yot and will not re-
aumo their schedule until tlio railroad
i is lu a satisfactory condition.
TELEPHONES ltNUUKED OUT.
Owing to tho heavy, damp snowfall
Monday evening, a number of tele
phono wires wero detached and tho
local telephone system was Impaired
not a little.
LATER RAISING AGAIN.
At 11 o'clock this morning tho Wil
lamette at Salem began to rise, and
at 2 o'clock In th'o afternooon tho
guugo at tho O. R. & N. dock regis
tered 27.2 feet above low water mark.
This rise is attributed to tho partial
melting of tho snow, and a ralso of
several fret Is yet expected. Should
a warm rain follow and melt tho great
amount of snow in tho mountains, wc
' would have anotuer sucit a iresnei. as
wo 'had in tho sprlim of 1890- The
lower west end of tho Polk county an
p.-oach to tho big steel bridge, Is cov
ered to a depth of several feet, niak.
lug It almost unpo'winic or w'n w
cross. A raise of several feet Is ex
pected before morning.
Steamer Ramtfna lett this morning
for lower river points.
Steamer Gypsy arrived down Ihls
afternoon frnm Harrlsbutg. Willi
the exception of these the Willamette
river craft is not being operated.
m, . i '
Reed's Opera House Friday November
Aiden Benedict's Fablo Romanl Is
one of the, strongest, best acted and
best dressed plays ever presented in
Salem. "Fablo Romanl" Is a tale of
the dead founded first and last upon
the duplicity of woman. Mr. Aldcn
Benedict as Fablo Romanl tlie
wronged husband gives a powerful
representation of tho part. Miss
Olive West as "Nina," the wife does
some exceptionally fine acting, and is
said to be one of the most remarkable
impersonations ever seen on the stage.
The company is reported by the press
of recent dates to bo a strong one with
the assurance Manager Patton should
meet with the encouragement ho de
serves In bringing so clever a com
pany to this city.
Shuuerts' Concert Will be a
great event. The Schubcrts have a
splendid program to render.all.'of their
encores are full of fun, and you will
be highly entertained if you attend.
Master Tony Purcell the Wouderful
Child Ai list is worth; alone the price
asked. The press throught the coun
try speaks very highly of this concert.
General 'Admissson Prices will be 25
& 50 tents.
Postponed. The funeral services
of the late Miss. Grace Newton could
not be held at 2:30 this afternoon
owing to railroad washouts in Wash
ington, which liavedelayed the corpse.
The funeral has been postponed until
The Discovery Saved His Life
Mr. G. Cailloutte Druggist, Ueaversvillc
111. , says; To Dr. King's New Discovery l
owe my life. Wns taken with La Grippe
and tried all the physicians for miles about,
but of no avail and was given up and told
I could not live. Having Dr.King's New
discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and
began its use and from the first dose began to
get better and after using three bottles wns
up and about again. It is worth its weight
in gold. We -won't keep store or house
without i " Get a free trial at Fred A.
Ralston's Pancake Flour, endorsed by the Ralston Health club,
Grano, the best mush goods obtainable.
Pure maple syrup in bulk,
Buttermilk toilet soap, 3 cakes for 10c,
flfiRRITT & LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery.
Agents for "WorldVBeater" Soap,"
IUCH-SETTJE. In the German
Baptist church, on North Cottage
street, at 8 p. ni. Sunday, November
15, 1890, Miss Mary Itich, of tills
city, to Gerhard Settje, of Wllson
ville. The ceremony was performed by
Rev. (J. E. Ivliewer. Notwithstand
ing the inclemency of the weather
pie vailing Sunday evening, the church
was crowded with the friends of the
contracclng parties. Immediately
following the ceremony, the party re
paired to the house of tho bride's
mother, Mrs. Rich, where congratula
tions were extended the happy couple.
The newly wedded couple left this
morning for Wilsonvllle.
SOUTIIWICK - WHITE. At the
home of the bride's mother In Polk
county, Sunday, November 15, 1890,
Miss Edna V. Southwick to Jackson
White, Rev. W. C. Kantner, D. D.,
The Central Ilowell Pralrlo school
has an enrollment of sixty-live pupils
and Is under the supervision of E. B.
Fletcher with Miss Alice McFadden
Of Salem, as assistant.
Tlio regular semi-term rhetorical
exorcises will beheld on .Friday after
noon, November 20, to which patrons
and friends of the pupils and teachers
are cordially invited to be present.
Tho program will consist of essays
declamations and songs together with
outside speeches from the friends and
Roasting Schillings Best
tea in San Francisco costs
more than roasting other tea
in China or Japan, but it
makes tea better.
You don't have to pay
the difference, though. It
comes out of our profits.
We make money in giv
ing up profits. Queer 1
A Schilling & Company
, OXFORD ,
A new illustrated cd'
itinn of Oxford Bibles
with rctcrences.aids and f.
helps concordance in
the back good maps,
plain or indexed. New
stock just received, new
F. S, Dearborn,
New Voik, Nov. 17. Silver, 65c; lead
Chicago, Nov. 17 -Hogs--Light $3,25
3.G5; heavy $3.oo3 60.
Cattle Beeves 3.6oc.25; cows and
Chicago. Nov t 7 Wheat, cash 77J4C.
Portland. Niv I 7 Wheat valley, 84(0(85
Walla Walla, 81 to 82.
Flour Portland, ! Kenton county, joo
4.25; graham, 3.50; superfine. $2.50 per bhl
Uats White, 38400; grey, 3638;rolled
in bags, $4.25S-2S. ' barrels, 4 so7.otj
Potatoes., Oregon, 451165c per sack.
Hay..GooJ, toi 1.00 per Ion.
Wool.. Valley, 8loc; Eastern Oiegon
Poultry- Chickens, m ixed,$2, :a2.to; broil
ers. l ool 75; duck-, $233; g ese, $56
tutkeyk, live, 10.
Hides.. uieen, salted 60 lbs fii. undei
60 lbs 44c; sheep pelts, I o7oc.
Butter.. Oregon fancy creamery, 4o5o;
fancy dairy, 2535; fair to good, 2o22j,
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 10.
Eggs.. Oregon, 21V& per doz.
Fruit. .(Jreen Apples per box i.ooi,25;
Pears 75c 85c per box.
Onions, 55c65 per sack.
Diied Fruit Apples, evaporated, bleached
4c4c; unbleached, 3c(34e; sundried, 4c
Y. P. S. C. E. Convention.
The Salem Union Is making care
ful preparations for the Marlon
county convention to be held here on
the 20th and 24st Inst. The place of
meeting has not yet been chosen but
will be reported later. The place
chosen will be decorated with tho
colors used at the Washington con
vention last summer.
The county secretary, Miss Etta
Kelly reports considerable Interest
taken in the convention by outside
societies and it is hoped that the
weather will be such as will encour
ago a largo delegation from all over
the county to be present.
One special feature In the pro
gram, which will bo printed later,
will be a report of the Iatcrnatlonal
convention held at Washington D. C.
last summer. Rev. II. L. Hood who
was the delegate .sent from Oregon,
will make this leport. Mr. Hood is a
very eloquent speaker and will make
the report a drawing part In the pro
All accounts against the asylum
should bo handed In triplicate on or
before tho 20th Inst. Our books will
close for the biennial period at that
dato and all accounts in at that time
can only be paid by a special act of
D. A. Paine,
11-17 c 0 d t d , Superintendent.
Holiday Novelty. Miss Sperry,
tho Artist is showing a beautiful
novelty for the holiday trade, and
those desiring something line at a low
price will do well to give an order at
once. 11-10 1 w
After a very successful season In Canes 1-iM,. .
we have still a great many left, wl hVc till M Mthw
make a heavy cut In
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IIIIIUII II llllll VV IMII. Ill
"We will mention only a few of the bargains i
A hcayyBBcaver cape, very large
sweep trimmed with satin and braid,
reduced to $4.50.
Onr Mackintoshes at 2.2S, $2.50 and
$3 cannot be duplicated for less than
$3, $3.50 and $4.
Our Dissolution Sale
if ' '
C DO NOT
257 Commercial st.
Don't buy old
get new at a lower. price, In mackintoshes
and gents' underwear we have the largest
assortment in the city, and at the lowest
Reed's Opera House,
PATTON BROS, Mautigers.
One Nighs Only,
Friday, November 20
Miss Olive West,
Supported by a company, of superior
A romantic melodrama of surpass,
ing excellence In the 8th year of its
continuing sucessful performance.
Greatest of stage and scenic effect.
Miss Grace Ilunter In her great l'lre,
Stereoptlcon and Spanish dances.
Seats now on sale.
Scalp Cleaning, iJandruff Treaied,
Hair dreittd daily by lit month for
""""i'K renucuon8 n nil ii" """"on
- -- Hit II I HU !) 11
A heavy Beaver, double caw j
value, $2,50. rapc' 801
Our Jacket at 13.75 Is a hn,,(
worth $j a 6eai"J!
?W P"ble Texture Uocim
Mackintosh. $1.75. ""ucipe
T T . 14 T-v
Until L)pc(rnht 7
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MISS IT, X
goods when you can
Reed's Opera House-
D.nrrm RROS.. Local MaweM-
The Musical Event
Wednesday, Nov, 18'
and LccyCi ttrt
Tn a delightful proffnSrtjV
frce from dulneauulS
WJ u r,', bs. comic s; ,
aonn, tsu""V' unite ana ".
Toning, " r tue mw
songs and recites iu
: POTATOES. '
u:w sh price pW:OIfM Iltf'
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Salem, Or. Ncxtjlo brew
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