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KW II' IT- - -II- '- Daily Capita! Journal. HY HOKKK BROTH ERG. MONDAY, DEC. 28, 1800. t . . v- " w " W 5f3f M DAILY LINK TO PORTLAND STEAMERS B W Altona and Ramona t -LEAVE DAIL.Y. Portland, 6:45 a. m. L'nLm 7jt. ii m rTPfnr, Slinnnv. I inM, tin,, rmilnr service and cheaD Vt ....rates.... : ? M. P. BALDWIN, $1 Agent, Salem. Clearance jSt Specials, THIS WEEK! We add tire to tlic flames. Boon having somo minlity successful cloak and dress selling for the past week or so. Going to give them some com panynice company. Here's (he Team Jackets. nni'-tlilnl off. Protlts lost sight of: costs to the winds. Dress Goods Slash Those Immense file at 29, 39, 49, and 59 cents arc melting like wax In a rurnacc. All on tho counter plainly marked, The white horse of the team is Embroideries. Just decided to throw out tho whole linn nt, sale nriccs. This Is making up season for muslins and preparatory to irettlng in our new lines we're giving you some great tilings. on saieatcinuroiaery counter. T. HoIuersoD. YAW The California Prima Donna. What It Costs to Educate a Great Songstress. )Lof the Aumsville aalem visitor wuuy. Capes and Jackets. M..rkwi rinivn rn cost and under and just when you need them mot. Have youtlelayeu ouyingr ucl one now. Men's Overcoats,. A few of our "Famous" coats lefL. They go at $10. Rest fit; best value. Mackintoshes. Special prices on all lines to close J, J, Dalrymple Co, OREGON PERSONALS. II. L. Wright has returned to Tan gent. Rev. P. C. Iletzler is home from Corvallis. Homer Craven, of Albany, was in the city today. Senator -Dufur, of The Dalles, is in the city today. Chief of Police A. C. Dllley went to Portland this aftornoon. A. W. Glesy went to Corvallis this morning on business. Secretary of state II. R. KIncaid returned today from Eugene. W. J. Clarke, of the Gervais Star, returned home this afternoon. Record, was a Banker J. S. Cooper, of Independ ence went to Portland this morning. T. Dlolverson, tho drygoods mer chant, was a Portland business vis-f Itor today. Archbishop W. II. Gross, of Port land, was the guest of Rev. J. S. White today. L. R.Stinson went to Corvallis this morning Id the Interest of tho Knights of Pythias. Agent G. M. Powers of tho O. R. & N., accompanied by Mrs. Powers, re turned this afternoon from Shedds. Col. Robt. Thompson returned to Portland this morning, having spent Sunday with his family In this city. Messrs Walker and D. P. Thompson, members of tho state board of equal ization spent Sunday In Portland. A. C.Goodall, of the state board-of equalization, returned Sunday morn ing from a brief visit at Brownsville. Judge. H. II. Hewitt, of department No. 2, Marlon county circuit court, camo down from Albany this morn ing. a Prof. E. B. McElroy, of the State University oflEugeno accompanied by Mrs. McElroy arrived In tho city thls'aftcrnoon. D. Campbell and wife of Astoria, were at Hotel Willamette over Sun day on their wedding tour. iMrs. Campbell is a niece of Mrs. Marshal Kinney. Sheriff G. A. Landls, of Lincoln county, spent Sunday la tho city at tho Hotel Willamette, haying been at Portland on a business trip, He re turned home today. Rov. F. X.Blanchot, of Gervais, who has been so seriously 111 of typhoid malarial fever for several weeks, and who for some timo has been in St. Vincent's hospital at Portland, is out of danger and slowly recovering. NEW GOODS. Ladies' Kangaroo Calf Shoes, Ysuths' and children's school shoes. 3clasp kid gloves, in reds, browns, blacks, tans, New dressjgoods, RdG, Corsets. "Albert" fast black hosiery, WILLIS BROS, CO, Court and. Liberty. Tho Cash Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe nouBe, SAMPLES. Information for Persons Receiving Copies of This Issue. The Journal has in the past year gained a state circulation. It Is the only paper In Oregon besides the Or egonian that Is taken In every part of the state as the postolllce records show. You arc asked to circulate it. Because: 1. It Is a clean paper. 2. It Is an independent paper. a. It is an opposition paper. It op poses currunt poll tics, corrupt methods and corrupt men in all parties. It supports aggressively the GOOD it finds in public and private life and in all parties It attacks the evil wherever It finds It. The Jouunul advocates old fasnioned honesty and 'Jeffersonlon simplicity. It don't know the mean ing of compromise of principle. It is always on the side of the people as against the aggressions of power that tend to destroy freedom and equal rights. RIVER NEWS. As a result of the pleasant weather of the past ten days tho Willamette has fallen seyeral feet but is still at a good boating stage. This morning the river registered 7 feet above low water mark. Ttie boats arc all run ning on regular schedule. Steamers Altona and Ramona have been making regular trips between independence and Portland each leav ing Salem every other day. Steamer Gypsy will arrive down' from Harrisburi: Tuesday afternoon. The Ruth left this morning at 0:45 o'clock for Portland and the Elmore will arrive up this evening. Nlchtwatch Rockett. of theSteamer fiTCoMlllB uSPtgHteAtP!?. Inst Is still missing. It is thought the man was drowned. A thorouch search of tho riyer in the vicinity of Corvallis, for Rockets body has been made. It is thought that the body may be recovered when the water gets lower. He Possessed the Necessary Nerve. A good joke is being told on one of Marion county's officials. It seems that on -Saturday evening he was out rather late and, accompanied by a friend, dropped In at a popular res taurant on his way home and ordered supper. While awaiting the arrival of the same, in tho conversation that ensued he exclaimed to ills friend In a very cool manner. "You have not nerve enough to shoot through a fel low's hat!" Now the friend is a fel low who dislikes very much to bo represented as a coward and, coolly drawing a 48-calibre revolver from his hip pocket, pointed tho weapon at his friend and discharged the same. The bullet went true to tho mark and grazed the scalp of tho auburn-haired official uncomfortably close. Tho bul let found a lodging place In the wall of the restaurant. Our genial county official will no doubt refrain from extending such a challenge in the future, or at least will remove his hat from his head before the firearm is discharged. Drop us a Iin? if you can't get SciHtiufs Best of your grocer, or if you don't like it and can't get your money back. A Schilling & Company San Francisco 428 Notice, Office Labor Exchange, ) Branch 108, Salem Or., Dec. 28, 1890. f All persons holding certificates of membership In this branch are re quested to present tho samo at I his olllco for enrollment. Geo. B. Jacod, Manager. W. II. Roy, Accountant. 12-28-Ct Invoicing. Work has begun at In voicing stocks for tho new year, and among the first to start at the mam moth undertaking is Stock's drygoods house. They expect to bo bulsy at it for about two weeks. They are in it when It comes to speed and satisfaction as well as cheapness. Tho bicycle mesengers. Ring .telephone 40 or tho blue boxes. Girl Wanted. A good girl for general housework. Apply to L. M. BennlnghofT, corner Chcmeketa and Eighteenth street. 2fl-3t Taken Dp. A roan mare pony, weighing about 800, with saddle and brldlo. Inqulro of O. 0. Recy'es, Twenty-first and Chenioketa street. 20-3t Tho Ellen Beach Yaw company, that plays at tho Reed, tonight, are at the Willamette hotel and consists of Miss Yaw, prima; Max Dick, violin, and Miss Lay, pianist. Miss Yaw is slender as Trilby, fair as Jennie Lind, and with a mouth all expression, sweetness and force. The California songstress, whose home Is at Los Angeles, has been before the public five years. She was three years in France, Germany and England. It cost $2000 a year to cultivate such a voice. Miss Yaw has been singing in all tho Sound cities and was given an enthusiastic reception at Portland. From Salem they go east to Helena. Mr. Dick, the vionllst, has spent three years in Germany, and is a per former of the gecatest skill and range for his years, Black And White. Dnder tho tcxt"Black'90 and White ,97," Rev.Copeland, at the Dnatarlan church, Sunday evening, said somo very pointed and, to a believer In re form, pertinent things. For instance he pictured the year '00 blacker than one could hardly Imagine, showing physical disaster, Hoods, tornadoes, tidal waves, nundations, epidemics of suicide and disease, conflagrations, cruel wars and massacres, political upheavals and sick nations. He said our nation is sick; banks and business firms are failing.men are unemployed, women and children arestarvlng.busi ness Is stagnated and the nation is really sick; no political doctor seems able to cure it; some have thought they had the cure, but it is gravely doubted whether any permanent ie llef will be-the result. The man who stands by and tacitly permits tho per petration of cruelties and atrocities will in the end suffer, so will a nation, so will the Dnlted States, for standing by.while a nation of patriots are being slaughtered, their only crime being that they love liberty. The lecturer said he was an opti mist and not a pessimist and he saw hope of better times In '97 and '98,the chief sign being the growth of co-operative works; co-operation is to be the opening wedge to better times; It may dull tlie eage to nercest competition ;irl he one of the needed iieaitti re nrl h( storers storers to tuu sick, uauiuu. Reasons. Some reasons why good times don't come: Fears of tariff changes. -Too great expectations. Fear of more sliver agitation. Because people are slow to forget hard times. An Iniquitous Democratic adminis tration. The depleted condition of the work lngmen. The menacing outflow of gold. Tho constant drain at the gold re serve. The uncertainty of bank securities. The fact that millions are in old stockings. The inclination to hoard money. The uncertainty of future legisla tion. Farmers are a year behind instead of a year ahead. These and other good reasons ad vanced by tho McKinley press ought to satisfy any intelligent American citizen. Mandolin Club. Tho Stanford Dnlversity Students' Glco Clubs are on a grand holiday tour. No profes slonalcompany on the road compares with the high class music and min strelsy of these clubs, The San Fran cisco Call says: "The Club is espe cially fortunate in the possession of Charles I. Dillon. Ho Is a clever corn median and especially strong in dia lect eccentricities." The Club plays one night at the opera house, January 1, '97. Reserved seats 50 cents; seats in the gallery not reserved, 25 cents. Seats on sale at Patton Bros. Flash Light Photograph. Tho young folks' choir of St. Paul's Episco pal church, assembled at the church this morning, when Cronise took a flash-light photo of tho group, num bering alH)ut thirty-five. This com pany of 6lngers furnished excellent music for the Christmas exercises, and a better drilled company of singers one seldom sees. A Business Change. A transfer was today made whereby F. J. Cher rington sells out his Interest in tho photography business of -Chcrrlngton & Bro., and tho samo will hereafter be conducted under the firm name of Cherrlngton & Skrlvseth. The new partner Is Bertha Skrlvseth. Weather Forecast a little more rain. -For Tuesday Slaughter Sale. All goods closed out, Ladles' Bazaar, OASTOHIA.. J tlnilt tlgutsn u Ii ea ircUi k STATE HOUS'ri NEW9. Interesting Matters in the Several Depart ments of State. Governor Lord Is at work on his messago to the legislature. Supt. P. S. Knight and matron Mrs. Knight or the Deaf Mute school were In the city today. The Amazon Gold Mining and Smelting Co., for the acquisition of mines on tho Kettle river, 'British Colnmbia stock $1,600,000 by Frank Fogle, H, Winter and II. S. Dietrlck, filed articles today. The State Stove Works, or North western Foundry as It Is called, at tho state prison is busy taking In voice, rcparlng machinery and get ting ready for next year. County Supt. Starkweatfier of Clackmas county and Principle O. II. Byland of the Aurora schools are at tending tho State Teacher's Assocla- PRELIMINAHY TOTALS. The footings made by tho state board of equalization of total valua tions for assessment as returned by tho county boards are $142,837,189. The raises so far made by tho state bbard will approximate $7,000,000, and the total valuation, of the state will be about $150,000,000. The exemptions amount to $3,087, 099. Aggregate valuation of real prop erties, $31,051,771. Improvements on town and city lots, $14,425,927. Value of railroad lands $2,213,558. "No. acres 2,008,227. Wagon road lands 860,954. Value $830,303. Other non-tillable lands 0,021,820. Value, $10,370,080. Tillable lands 3,422,085. Value,$32, 810,051. Improvements on deeded lands, $5, 458,748. D Railroad tracks 1,022.70 miles. Value, $5,416,531. Telegraph and telephone lines, 2, 494.47 miles. Value $216,851. The state board of equalization ad journs Wednesday. Five days later the Tarlous county clerks will bo noti fied of the changes in tho assessment rolls and they can put their deputies to work correcting up their office copies in accordance with the state board's rulings. Hides Tanned. A. Ottke, who lives at the corner of Chemeketa & 13th steets, is prepared to tan and clean all kinds of hides and rugs at fair pnces.FIr st class work. e. o. d. Fur rugs and garments cleaned at reasonable prices at A. Ottke's corner of Chemeketa and Thirteenth streets. Satisfaction guaranteed. eod A BAD BREAKr6 Y irrs Xis&A nu k H,i IN 6ro6Kery Until January t we will sell all table ware, China and glass ware at Runious Prices, Never so much sold as this year, and the balance goes at a song, Groceries BedRock, SONNEMANN, 124 State St. IVER LARSON. Of Enger, Marion county, Oregon, hat ap plied tor a patent lor a ROLLING HARROW And pulverizer that has had no equal hereto fore. Iyer Larson, Enger, Or. 12-15 tm MONEY TO LOAN Plenty of money on good' security. A large quantity of land for sale at low ficu re andon easy terms. HAMILTON & MARSH. Room 5, Bush bank building. MORTGAGE LOANS On inside property at 7 per cent. On farm land security at 8 per cent. Safe loans made for investors. Insurance effecred in reliable companies JOHN MOIR, Broker, room No. 2, Bush bank building. Salem Water Coy, Office: Willamette Hotel Buildln" For water service apply at office. Eills payable monthly in advanre. Make at complaints at the office. Open splcket to prevent freezing, uositivol; prohibited. Care should be fken if in dan ger of freezing to have stop and wnste gate closed, see section 3, rules and regulations. No deduction in bills will be allowed for ab sence or for any cause whatever unless water is cut on lrom premises DDNT KNOW IT before, but found it out the other day ,that the cheapest place to buy shoes in Salem is at KRATJSSE BROS. Reed's Opera House, PATTON BROS., Local Managers. ENGAGEMENT a: t- EXTRAORDINARY, Monday, Dec, 28th. One Night Only, Ellen Beach Yaw NlLSSON YAWi Patti i Browned Queen of the NineteenthJCentury, Reserved seats. $1. Lower floor, 81. Gallery, 75c. Seats on sale at Pattons. DEPOT EXPRESS, Meets all masl and passenger trains. Bag gage and express to all pails of the city. Prompt service. Telephone No. 70. JAMES RADERt T. H. HAAS, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, Makes a specialty of fine repair work, Scth Thomas clock, etc., 215 Commercial Street h C. H. MACK, - DENTIST.- Successor to Dr. J. M.IKeene, old White Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior operations at moderate feesin any branch are in especial request,, Special This Week, 300 Boxes Fine Paper and Envelopes, 25 6tS. Box, See Window, DEARBORN'S Book Store, Salem SteamLaundry Please notice the cut in prices on the following! Shirts, plain 10 cents Under drawers,. .....5 to 10 cents Under shirts 5 to 10 cents Socks, per pair. 3 cents Handkerchiefs 1 cent Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen, and other work in proportion. Flannels and other work in telligently washed by hand, Col, J, Olmsted Prop, C. H. LANK, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, SPECIAL SALE UNDERWEAR Reductions in all WINTER UNDERWEAR, Sale prices will not be duplicated after sale, 257 Commercial st, 300 New, Plain and Plaid f SUITS? AJost InC Don't buy old goods when you can get new at a lower price, In mackintoshes and gents' underwear we have the largest assortment in the city, and at the lowest prices, wooiiEtl W Wb SfORl The Event of Ibe Season. Two Hours With the College Boys, iCIpp ..The Stanford X And Mandolin Cmbs. X it i . ' ' .n AM3CDA HOUSE 28 PERFORMERS, X iw ?":i rmmAV rjmvTTMn TAN. 1, Wh Reserved Seats 50c, Gallery, -- 25c at ftttea 1HANTTAM JOHN HUGHES, Dealer in groceries, paints, oils, window glass, varnishes, and he most comolete stock of brushes of all kinds in the state, Artists' materials, lime, hair, cement and shingles, and finest quality of grass seeds, 1 Z'S II NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 211 Commercial xt Saln Or tySuIts f 15 upwards, 1'anuf upwandvJEl GARDENING. PRUNING of all kinds, giaftine, grading and seeding lawns, etc. First class work. Call at second house north of Marion on Thirteentn streot or address by postal I. D. Hctrick. Salem, Or. iz 9 '" FOR RENTw-Eleven acres adjoining me Indian school, at Cheroawa, five acres ol garden land, good house, barn and well watet. By month or year for low cash rent. Address Box 145, or apply at G.w-Pea.rmin',f two miles north of town on rivar road. 1 1-25 rVARPIiT PAPER Larce lot ot Heavy brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Jus the thing for puttingunder carpels, Can a Journal office. WOLZ & jPffiH- ' rWirs in a I kinds of W"- own. Trytto. 7'" stf. , jMNTRfSf?' " : , mmRRClAL ST" TFA 1 toys etc, JjffSaartafi store in town Vft pnc for Christmas trade. ij! Salem Truck aod D o.".-.n,t Commerce ?!:.v ucc8S a , ;-,. Phone 86. 3' , t,KllftJu.Mtti, m tMtllAikkkit'mmiTM'''- '" g. -fr "":L'