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WiMiW flgfcfa M HHflWMM WX ilfj rn'-ilW 5SSS mi f nnn nmi !" i awwx vww L fi i. r.ik S2 Daily Capital Journal. BY HOPBR BHOTHBRS, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9, 1890. m " " ' f w" mc" " " it DAILY LINK TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona S . fK .s 3 . ' - ' LEAVE dAily. Portland, 6:45 n. ra. Salem 75 u. m., except Sunday. Quick time, tegular service and cheap RlCS M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. New Line Slash Sale of Dress Goods This Week For convenience for you and u we've arranged tlictii into lots all conveniently priced. Its the deepest cut we've ever made. Look tlieni over and then come and investigate. 5 pieces half wool Iridescent effects assorted colors.good styles He 5 pieces all wool tricot and half wool checks vx 24 pieces all wool Henrietta; all mixtures, 2Gto 42 incli goods, 40 to 05 cent values 20c 29 nieces, including 4G inch all wool Henriettas, all wool fancies in Boucles and tjlaids.fonuer values from 50 cents to 91 ..39c 29 pieces, 4G Inch Henrietta, silk mixed fancse, iridescent boucle, 75 cents to $1 goods. . .' . .49c 9 pieces fancy Boucles and irides cent noyeltles, all new goods, 75c to 90c 59c 8 pieces fancy mixtures and suit patlcrns.Soc to SI .25 per yard.... 60c ASSESSMENT About Marion County's Roll T. flotoersoD. Difficulties Stated as Growing Out of the Present Law FARMERS of Christmas Handkerchiefs, J, J, Dalrymple Co, OREGON PERSONALS. 'Jeff Myers was in Albany That $20 Prize. Prof. T. M Gatch, formerly associated with Wil lamette University, but now profes soi-of science and political economy in the Washington State ' University, at Seattle, has made a standing offer of $20 to be given every year to the student passing the best examination In Latin grammar or United States history at Willamette University. A number of the students are striving for the prize and as a result some ex cellent papers may be expected. The examination is to be held at the close of the school year. Holiday Vacation. The Christ mas holidays, for Willamette Uni versity, will begin with Thursday, December 24th, and continue until Monday, January 4th. This will be of sufficient length to allow students to return to their homes and spend the joyf ull Christmas tide with rela tives. The public school holidays will probably be of the same duration. The Official Vote. City Re corder Ed N. Edes was busily en gaged today preparing the official count of the votes cast at the recent city election. The successful candi dates and the votes received will be announced to the city council at Its next regular meeting. The official vote appeared In The Journal last Tuesday. Tho New York Racket lias a large line olall kinds of Christmas, goods, Ioryouug and old, in picture books, dolls, games, albums, and the neatest assortment of all kinds of silk and linen, embroidered and plain hand kerchiefs ever opened in the market. Call and get a -supply early. Prices very low. wf&wkly Your Best Girl Expects tore ccovo her Christmas package by a bl cycle messenger. Ring telephone 40 or blue boxes. IIome Made Bread For dinner at Mrs, A. D. Smith's Magnolia restau rant, opera house block. We Sell Clothing That give tho wearer satisfaction. To see ours Is to buy 'em. Men's suits. 80 to 810. Youths' suits, $-1.50 to 810. Best values for your money. Xmas Presents for Boys, , Boys' knee suits, 82, 83, 84.50. They fit well, wear well und will pleaso your boy. Try us for oil coats, oil pants, men and boy's overcoats and mackintoshes. Seo our underwear, neckwear and hats. Yours to please for cash.. WILLIS BROS, t CO, Court andLlberty. Goods, tCJothlngaand Hon today. L. B. Ualslcy, of Stayton. was in Salem today. County School Supt. Jones is out of the city until Friday. Jno. Irwin, of Scotts Mills, was a Salem visitor Tuesday. Indications are that Jonathan Bourne will be speaker of the next Hout-e. x Chief of Police A. C. Dilley was In Dallas yesterday, a witness before the circuit court. Judge Flinn, receiver of the Albany Woolen Mills, ha contracts to justify opening the mills. Circuit Juuge Hewitt, of Albany, will hold an adjourned term of court at Salem Thursday. Dr. Kuykendall returned to Eugene today having lectured before tho Will amette Uulvcrslty Medical students. Geo. R. Hughes, son of Senator Sam nughes of Washington county, is candidate for reading clerk of the Senate. Geo. W. Weeks went to Turner this morning and addressed the farmer's institute this afternoon on'The Con struction and Benefit of a Silo." Mrs. Gov. W. P. Lerd and Horticul tural commissioner Chas. L. Dailcy went to Turner this morning where they will deliver addresses on Thurs day before the farmers Institute. Manager II. B. Holland and Foreman J. G . Mitchell, of the Salem Flouring MUls,and Frank Powers, clerk for the O.R. & N.were In Dallas Tuesday.wit nesses before Judge Burnett's court. Senator Patterson's chances of be coming President of the Senate are said to be excellent, ne Is a close friend of Senator Simon and Ilirsch, the former making him chairman of the most Important committee of the Senate In the last General Assembly. It 1b safe to say Patterson or Simon will preside. Frank Davey, who was secretary of tho Marlon county central committee, and a member of the executive com mittee of tho State League of Repub lican clubs, writes that he Is "not" a candidate for reading clerk of the house of representatives in the next session of the legislature, but that "It Is his deslro to be one of the clerks in the SENATE,but not In the house.' Dr. T. C. Smlth.presldent of the Ve terans' Xcaguo of Salem, has received the following response to a congrat ulatory dispatch sent to President elect Win. McKlnley some weeks ago: "Canton, O., Nov. 18, 1890. Mr. Mc Klnley begs to acknowledge the re ceipt of the recent favor of Mr. T. C. Smlth,president,and to return sincere thanks for his generous congratula tions and expressions of good wishes." The committee appointed to wait upon the offlcorsof Marlon County and ascertain when . the assessment roll would be ready and the reason for the delay brought In a. report as follows: "To-the Hon State Board of Equali zation: We, your committee apointcd to call Jon the county officers of Mu-rlon-county In regard to their assess ment roll, beg leave to report that the county judge assured us that he had urged the assessor to complete his roll at an early date and expressed his opinion that ourassessment laws were very defective, inasmuch as there Is no penality attached to the failure of the county assessor doing his duty. He informed us that the county court has not extended the time at which the assessor is required by law to re turn his rolls to the county clerk, neither had the court -been asked by the assessor so to do. The county judge further expressed his opinion that he did not believe any of the assessment rolls that are changed by the state board would be valid, as the county court havlngalreany made the county levy the roll could not legally be changed. We Qnd the county clerk is doing all In his power to have the coppies made of the rolls so far as they have been returned to him. The as sessor told us he sometimes got "balky" and that this was his "balky year" this was the only reason he kneW'Why his roll was not in; said his rolllwas about three- fifths completed and thought he could furnish the state board a summary of the roll dur lng the present week." Assessor Coffey having promised to send a summary of the roll to the board during the current week, the question whether or not the board would be able to do the work required by law if the roll itself could not be secured was taken up and, after dis cussion, the following resolution was passed: "Resolved, That the committee on assessment rolls of Marlon county be instructed to get a written opinion from the attorney-general of Oregon as to whether the state board of equal zation can alter or change any or all classes of property in any county when the said board has only a sum mary of the roll of said county before it, and whether the said alteration would be legal If so made.'' There was considerable discussion as to whether the board could take a recess until later, thus giving the de linquent counties an opportunity to get their rolls in, but for the- present the matter was diopped. Tho assessment roll of Linn county was yesterday received by the secre tary of state for use of the state Are Holding an Institute at Turner the Program. Willamette Valley tillers of the soil arc holding an institute at Turner, under the auspices of the Oregon Agricultural college, assisted by Sur prise Grange Xo. 2.T3. The first ses sion of the institute convened this morning. The college committee op Institutes consists of II. B. Miller, director, II T. French nnd U. B.Kedrick. Local committee on arrangements, P. W. Pearson, Clara A. Hillcary and Flora E. Herren. A Lady Voted Dress Gojjjjff :o: " W. C. T. V. Convention. Salem, Or., Dec, 9, 1890. Editor Journal: Tho Semi-annual meeting of the W. C. T. met at Brooks, November 19th and 20th, County -President Mrs. B. M. Robb, presiding with her usual grace and dignity. The secretary, being unable to be present on account of Illness In her family, Mrs. Allen Rhodes, of Salem, was appointed secretary pro tern. The meeting was well attended and tho delegates were royally intcr tained. Reports from the different unions showed progress all along the line. The W. O. T. U. medal contest oc cupied one evening and was very in teresting. Miss Johnson, of Woodburn, was elected county treasurer, In place of Mrs. Cornwell, who resigned. Mrs. Corby, of Brooks, and Mrs. LaFollett, of Salem, committee on resolutions, expressed In fitting terms,of apprecia tion the wise leadership of their be loved county president and gratitude to God for divine power which was llstenpd to with deep emotion and was unanimously apopted. Altogether the meeting was a grand success, and the workers went forth with renewed courage. Elizabeth II. IIolman. Co. Press supt. that Sonnemann had the finest line China and Christmas goods ; not buy until you see our line. " drcM K00. W nffitaj in the city at prices! below all others, at 124 State st, WEDNESDAY AND Sentence Suspended. Edward Smith, a brother of James Smith, aged 19, who was sentenced on Mon day to 30 days In the county jail for larcency of tools from the depot sash and door factory, was taken before Justice II. A. Johnson Tuesday after noon on a similar charge. Since tho boy is only 13 years of age Justice Johnson suspended punishment, pend ing the good behavlon of the accused Beautiful Blacks. Tamborlnes, bones and black faces at the Reed, Friday, December 11, for the benefit of the Salem Hospital. A genuine minstrel performance. Old time melodies and plantation songs. Reserved scats 50 cents. Gallery 25 cents. Holiday H THURSDAY :o: - ' andkerchiefi Bucklen's Arnica balve. The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter,chappcd hands,chilblains, corn, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures plies, 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. Legg. Ladles' Silk Initial Handkerchiefs Ladles' Swiss Initial ITnnHirnroiiioVL" Mens Cambric Initial Handkerchiefs Men's Silk Initial Handkerchiefs Men's Silk Initial Handkerchiefs, (iaree'l Embrodlery handkerchiefs big reductions! ; FREEvA handsome book with or over purchase until Xmas, S -15 1 J5 i -a every $5 Go to 263 Commercial Street for your Calling CarcR y 1 mi syr h J - jzs te . commercial st. Hair Dressing, Manicuring, Scalp Cleansing, Dandruff Treated. Scalp Cleaning, iJanilnil' l'r- Hair dressed daily by the in int'i $3-S". Eidridge block A. M. EI.KI.-'S' -1 U Boiled Cider! 300 New, PlainSand Plaid i r SUITS' :o: w We havegot some very nice boiled cider in bulk, You can get it in any quantity from a pint to a gallon, It can be diluted one'half and still be of the same strength as that usually sold. board State Convention.--The annual state of the Oregon Suffrage Associa tion, will be held In Portland Thurs day and Friday of this week, the 10th and 11th Inst. Dr. Annlcc F. Jeffreys will attend the convention as a dele gate from Salem. ' Change of Operators. Emery Eller, who has been manager of the Salem "W estern Union Telegraph of fice for the past eighteen months, has been succeeded by Elmer Holslnger, formerly Postal Telegraph agent in this clty,but for the past year has been manager of the "Western Union Tele graph office at Astoria. Mr Eller has not yet decided to what point lie will go. HflRRITT & LflWRENG P, O Grocery. Agents for "WorldVBeater" Soap," Cleaning Up. The storms are over foa a while at least it Is hoped, and Salem is putting on her Sunday slothes. She is always an hospitable being, where cverbody feels st home, and now.tho strees are being cleaned up for the holiday season, so shoppers will be comfortable us well as happy DIED. TUFFT. At the state Insane asylum Tuesday, December 8, 1896, Robert Tufft, aged 17 years, of epilepsy. The remains were shipped to the parents of the deceased, at Koseburg, via the 11 o'clock local this morning, where they will be given, interment. A neat line of umbrellas from a good cheap stylo, to a fine silk um brella, neat for a present, and very appropriate for Oregon, at the Now York racket. w-f-&-w Uho Cash Dry tiboo House. Don't Forget, Tho supper and dance at Chan lng hall tomorrow even ing. McElroys orchestra will bo In the attractions. Admission 25 cents. SI106S I SINKS ! In Businrss Again. F. N. Derby late of the Motor Hallway company, is fitting up an ofllce adjoining Minto & Water's cigar stand, where ho will transact a general real estate and In surance business, Frank Is a pusher and will no doubt do well. m Saxony, German knitting, and Spanish yarn of best grades, at low prices, at the New York racket, you will Und a great variety of almost every thing at the same place. w-f-&-w Tho new coin toes arc the latest lu thoes. Krausso Bros, have them 11-13-tf. - A. D, Smith frames pictures at 110 Court street, opera house block. Give him a call. A GREAT OFFER. The Weekly Journal and Thrice a Week New York World for $1.75 a year. Both papers together conta'u 1,352 pages of Interesting matter a year, Order at this office. Holiday Slippers ! Great shoe sale ! meet Ono of tho largest stocks ever brought to tho city, to' bo sold nt prices to itthellardTJmea., Don't". fall to seo theso goods before buying. Salem Tolly Lady Minstrels ; Friday, Dec, 11, at Reed's opera . house, Seats now on sale at Curfew Shall Ring. The curfew ordinance recently pre sented before the Salem city council by a committee of ladles and unani mously passed, goes Into effect tomor row (Thursday) evening. The ordi nance provides that no person under the age of 17 years shall be permitted to bctupon tho streets or public places after eight o'clock durlog the montlm of -Septeraper, October, November, De cember, Junuary and February or after nine o'clock during the re mainder of the year unless he has tho written consent of, or is accompanied by, hlsparents or guardian. The bell. in in the First M..E. church shall bo rung at 7:45 and 8:45 p. in. as the sea son of the year effects the ordinance. For tho first offense the culprit will bo reprimanded by Recorder Edes and for each succeeding offense a fine of not less than $5 nor more than $50, and costs of the action will bo Im posed on the guilty party. In case tho party falls to pay the line, he shall be Imprisoned one day for every $2 of the fine. Boys remember and bo at your homes promptly at 8 o'clock every evening unless you comply with the requirements of the ordinance, other wise you niuy bo brought to grief. AT MARION'S CAPITOL. SUIT INSTITUTED. A. E. La Rocque has instituted a suit against James 1. Dozier and the Butteville Warehouse Association in which he seeks a decree declaring that one-half of 12,697 pounds of oats stored by Mr. Dozier in the warehouse be longs to him as rental for certain premises leased by him to Dozier. He also asks thati the defendant the warehouse association be restrained from removing or selling tho grain be! fore the case is heard COUNTY COURT CONVENES. Judge G. P. Terrell and Commis sioners Watson and Davis convened the regular December session nt Marlon county court this morning. Tho greater part of the day was occu pied in auditing bills, etc. Petitions, etc., will receive the attention of tho court tomorrow. AJust InXi Don't buy old J goods whenyou1 caa get new at a lower price, In mackintoshes j ' and gents' underwear we' have the largest assortment in the citv and at the lowest 1 prices, WOOUCJi W STOW Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with E, F. 1 Osburji's ( .Patton's Book Store, td Racket Store, TllfiS- UBllt Initort -f.i OuauStiroaExaLA.. SI .ZST. H&ryxjuc4 UM tlM tlfj LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as thev cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood constitutional disease and in order so cure it you must take internal remedies Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood'and mucous of aces, uau'g catarrh Cure is not a quack lucuicinc. n was presemxa oy one of the best physicians in this count rv for vmk .n,i is a regular prescription It is composed of uib uesi ionics Known, comoinea with the best blood purifier, acting directly upon the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CnENE?r& Co., Toledo, O. !3FSold by Drucgists, Young Girls, Attentionl Editor Journal. Will you please call the attention of the girls of our city who are under seventeen years of age, to the Curfew Ordinance which becomes a law tomorrow: it annlies to them as well as the boys. M. M. You Can Be Well wuenyour mood 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 uiwier suuer or you will fall a victim hj Duuueu cuunges exposure, or over- vvurK. iieep your blood pure with Hood's faarsaparllla and be well. Hood's Pills are tho hpsr.nf r.or-rflnnn. pill; assist digestion, euro headache 25 cents. See those genuine Wostenholm Carving Sets at GRAY BROS A full line of pocket and table cutlery, razors, shears. etc, Northwest corner State and Liocrty sts Salem The recent Chinook wind melted the snow far back Into mountains. has tho The best way to buy any thing is to borrow it first. Get a package of Schil ling's Best tea of vour grocer. He pays you your money back if you don't like it. That's ing. A Schilling & Company Saa Francisco Old People. Old people who require medicine to regulate tho bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bit ters. This medicine does not stimu late and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant but acts as a tonic ana alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to tho organs, thereby aiding Nature in tho performance of the functions. Electric bitters Is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old People find it just exactly what they need. Price 50c and $1 per bottle at Fred A. Legg's drug store. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. ZrC&tf&g'i n tr Notice. Office Labor Exohangc Branch J08, Salem, December 8, 1800: All persons holding certliicates of deposit issued by this branch are re quested to present them at this ofllce for cancellation. Balance checks will be given in lieu thereof. V TT Tnv OUr Way Of lend- 12 8 St Accountant. ! i.i.i Mrs. A. D. Smith, Magnolia restau ranti HO Court street opera housoj The Companion Caknto. ti 1 1 j .i.nf tha eTwnee of m 'ttasKiJaM nublislted in the usual quant V i rt,,M nnt.howild for te?s luau . dollar. Four beautiful g are reproduced on .fowfcMJ WJ Each ligure 18"" of collers, being a true re?TraX the original wtewobr ..i.ini. luno enlisted because i , "- ' Jocln nnrf chiriDOl BW wiiBuw ui ...b---.- h of ji, jr ana ioub. t-uu,a'tz,:ainfhA il Both as a calender and M i tho lithographer art. It 1S g, & tlve that it becomes ng d ltlon to the mantel wW any room. It is given Wga .,.k.n.ikM undine i.M l" wii luwwiuw." " -ion WW) ft1"" P?n,?P "S from the tlae v UlSU MID V"''ZlrpA t U "' BUU.SCIIIJWU" f "" 1, 1897. Celeb birthday , gf ssarsss birthday, hib r,oaiiy briu readers.mauy ewd of j reatures. ruiy - jffomenw next year's w -"Stris W free Illustrated P && SRnin hin Ave.. Bostopj Mass. potatoes .heit cash Price , 1 Iitf' " !..... Mttti mice 1 UlgueM.."- r- jjg Salem. Or Nto5g; m Lpwe r2.jH A refined eomjurri n j 11 iniim""' hi 1 dr. Itproda!