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.EYENItfQ- OAPXTAI' JOtTBNAL SATTODAY, WOVEMBBR 5, UMW.
fe ilCEPl'miS-THr .RUSH - SAI F WRITS, BLANKETS ! Mm
The season's daintiest fabrics are
now on our counters, although a
fow etrasoflers are still to come.
SWs Perfection of color combi
SUtion and beauty of weave in the
5 thing that will be a treat for
goo. We will try to-make your visit
- IF -
you are golnito build or mikenytrlDdol
lm irovenje it, caU oa the . undonlgned loi
material. vVohavea'corapIetelstocte,: dare
rodr to supply any prepared contraot, newer
work, trading, etc
Salem improvement Co
Alvin Joalyn comedy.
City council meeting.
Madeline Merli drama.
Keeley Institute entertain
By Perkins comedy.
"Father Time." Dr. Brown will
deliver his popular lecture on the above
subject at the First M. E. church next
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Every
body young and old ought o hear the
Dr. The following 1b one of manj
press notices of this Instructive lecture.
"The lecture was an eloquent appeal to
young men. It was enlivened by
bright points and witty anecdotes, and
will be long remembered by those priv
ileged to hear it. It was. not only
amusing but instructive in the highest
degree." Portland Oregonian. This
will to youropportunlty to have a good
laugh and gather informati n to curry
you successfully through the year 1891.
MERRY BiiRiNtua.-Thls afternoon a
delegation of Salem'-, prominent Ma
sons went to Portlaud, to take part lu
the higher degree rites to be held in
that city this evening. Among them
were Aldermen J. H. Albert and E.
Laforo, City Attorney Geo. Ulugham,
Bupt. E. B. McElroy, Laud Clerk G.
W- Davis, Postmaster A. N. Gilbert,
Jas. R. Davis, A. 8. Brasfield, Harvey
Jordan and Lee Btelner. Mrs.- McEl
roy and Mn, Brasfleld aecompauied
the party. Mr. Albert secured their
tloketa In such a form that the bays can
get home even if their 8. P. pasteboard
Is lost, while Bupt, McElroy und D' Ar-
oy &. Bingham will show the younger
generation how it is done.
TnE Populists. There ia quite an
attendance of Popu lets iu the city to
day to attend the meeting at Grange
hall.called by the ex cutlvo committee.
Geo. W. Weeks presided, und Miller
Swank was secret try. The Omaha
platform wus endorsed and an organi
zation by precincts perfeoted.
Citizens' Meeting. The citizens
of the second ward will meet tonight,
to agree, If possible, on somo one for
alderman. They seem to favor reduc
tion In city expenses, and will work to
Law Suit, D. V. Frasler vs. J. H.
Bridges is a suit before Judge Hubbard
today, to recover $300 damages ou stooU
of goods bought by former of latter this
summer. John Carson and Ford &
Kaiser appear as attorneys.
A Fine Goat. Couuty Clerk Egan
bought a tluo Angora goat today of
Geo. B. Miller, of Geryais. This Is a
genuine Billy goat of the 33d degreo.
After a Luny. Buerli! Knight
went north lu the couuty today about
15 miles to apprehend a party charged
Tho only stt ok of Jnpnnoso
goods in Salem aro now being
This lino consists of assorted
Chinaware, such as cups and
gaucors, toa sots complete, ox
tra butter dishes, bowls, cream
era, mush sots, chooolato pots,
craoker iars and flower vases,
lacquer cabinots, screens, Avail
brackets; Japaneso napkins aoo
per hundred. .
2G3 Commercial Street.
!45 Us a lard
Biggest birgains ever known.
Call early and gtitjthe beBt se
lections. THE PALACE.
Capt. T. P. Welch, of "B" Co., O. N.
G , is quite ill at his home, with lung
fever. LITTLE LO0AL3.
Pro. T. U. Yoder, a fine violin and
rgan player and teacher, has arrived
ind will make his Home iu the city
Mrs. P. M. Morris of Portland, who
'ins been a gutsl of the A. B. Palmers'
on Chemeketa street, returned today.
Mrs. Geo. H. Ingham, who baa
een the guest of her Bister, Mrs. Dr
P.illbrook, returns to her home ai
Dunamuir, Oil., tula evening
Mrs. Lizzie K. Smith, of Portland, is
fie guest of her slater, Mrs. M. C. Starr,
in Eist Salem D. A. White, ol
Brewster & White, was at Albany t
dyou business Mrs. W. E. Mc
Afee went to Albany this m Tnlng U
visit hpr ulster, Mrs. W. B. B-rr
F. J. Beatty of Chemawa, a bed-rock
fi-ee-sliver and free-trade Democrat.
wisluth city today Thecharltv
concert last night wia a great succeaa.
Mrs. M. 8. Skid is detained at bei
h une on Cott ge street by a fever
Brn, t Salem, on Friday, Noveiubei
21, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs Geo. V. Phil
lip, of No. 604 Commercial street, w
son Dr. J. C. Smith and LeeStein-
er, comprising the drug firm of Smith
& 8telner, of this city, have dissolved
co-partnership the former retiring from
the business. The change will be madt
on the 1st Inst Johnny Furrar weni
to Portland this afternoon to spend u
few days with his folks Prof L.
Barz;e, of Jeflerson, is In the city.
T. B. Haudloy, an old time Salem
newspaper man, but uow e practicing
attoruoy at Ti lamook, was in the city
Two Drunks. Recorder EJes sen
tenced two plain drunks todiy.
Will ot Meet. No hession of the
Atlieuiau literary club tonight.
Mil. Yaucickl Not of Jekyll and
Ildo fame, iut of the Front street
boarding houie, who was committed
for insaulty the other day and disap
peared, was sent up from Portland last
night and is now at the asylum.
Men That Jump
at conclusions, aro generally '-off their
base." Because thero ate numberless
patent nied lei uea of questionable value,
It doexn't follow that all are worthless.
Don't class Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
with the usual run of such remldies.
It Is away above and boyond them! It
Is curing the worst canes of Chronic
Nasal Catarrh. If vou doubt It, try It.
If you make a through trial, you'll be
cured. J500 forfeit for an Incurable
case. This otrer by World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Buftulo; N. Y.
At all druggists! 50 cents.
Course of High Grade Entertain
raents at the Salem First M.
III. Dr. Arthur Brown, of First
Presbyterian church of Portland,
"F.il her Time," Nov. 28.
IV. Dr. Chaa. Edward Locke.Taylor
Htreet church Portland, "Every Iuch a
Man," Dhc 0.
V. Grand concert by Salem artists,
Course tlokot Is $2.00. Single admis
sion is 60 cents. Tickets for saje at
Dearborn's bookstore and Ait ken's
grocery store, rUule street. 11 Sir.
Personal. Situation by middle
aged Germau lady as housekeeper.
For a widower preferred. No. 123
Slate street, 11 20-lw
Grapo Vines for Sale.
I have propogated several thousand
good strong two-year old grape vlties
for setting ut, assorted varltles, suit
able for culture In Oregon. 25 cts each,
2 00 er (! zn, E. Horer, Salem, OrH
Journal otllce, dw
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied iu bundles of
100, not cut, lor sale at this 'idllco ut
llfieen cents u bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, lar;o sheets, two cents
a pound. Next door to the postotllce.
JTEDERAL GRAND JURIES.
Indictments Against Smugglers and
Portland, Nov. 25. The United
S Men rund Jury this a lernoou re
turned lliro ludiojments for smug
gling, but otnolala will lint give out
uuiues until wurrauts are served, I
How Thanksgiving Day Was Ob
served at the Pen.
ON THE DATE SET BY TUB GOVERNOR
Rov. Granuls Pleases All By His
Tbanksgiying Day in prison is some
thing anomoloua. Still, it may be bo
ordered that it Is a grateful break in the
monotony of the cmvlcts, existence.
8uch was the occasion yesterday out tt
the penitentiary, where by grace of
Governor Pennoyer's proclamation,
and the consideration of Superintend
ent Downing for the unfortunate crcat
ures under his care and dominance, a
little relaxation of the rules and a really
good dinner made the day one to be
marked with a white feather in the
The ordinary prison bill of fare was
varied to the extent of giving each mau
a portion of mutton stew, with white
bread and tea; followed by a pumpkin
pie for each and a. pannikin of cider.
No diminutive pies, either, or inferior
in material and construction, but a gen
erous, broad, deep layer of sweetened
and spiced pumpkin custard, shaped in
a genuine pastry oruat, and carefully
baked, in an oven of proper tempera
ture. Indeed.lt U. doubtful If a better
were borne by any table in Salem.
The cider was new and celd: and the
general effect was one of thankfulness
to the several.sources of enjoyment, in
cludingWardeuBerry.andCapt.Dickey, the prison commissary; who, believing
thai though a man may be a criminal
be is not the less human and deserving
of human treatim-nt, do the best tbey
can for the wretched and the forlorn
After the dinner the whole body of
eonvlcts were assembled in the chapel
where service was held by Bav. Gran
nis, who made an eloquent aud touch
iug discourse on the theme of "Human
G jveruments," basing bis remarks on
the admonition of St. Paul to te
church at Reme: "Let everyone be
subject unto the higher powers"
Epistle to the Romans, chapter
xiii. It is a difficult thiug to preach a
rhanksgivlng sermon, or, Indeed, any
sermon, to a congregation of convicts',
as it requires a deal of
diplomacy to tell siu the
truth, and yet make it palat
able. But the reverend gentleman
evoked from many a heart before him
a fervent though unspoken response of
"Wo thank thee, Oh Lord !" and
"Praiae God from whom all blessings
There were quite a number of visitors
present who betrayed great interest in
the celebration under such gloomy con
ditions, and who cast many curipus
glances over the 360 faces turned to
ward the preacher, where recognition
of individuals of the common types is
impossible and the subjects ure ouly
distinguishable by stature, color of
hair, and other physical attributes that
give no clue nor identity to mental
traits or cause of imprisonment.
The officers and guards, inspired by
the attitude of the superintendent aud
warden, gave a little more than usual
license to men speaking, and were con
veniently deaf to a little more confusion
than is daily tolerated within the walla
aud bars. Not a few of the convicts
spoke their thanks and all looked their
satisfaction with the treatment accord
ed them on Thanksgivluu Day, 1803
Pieuty of Turkeys Davison's market
We Accept the Amendment.
A real smart American queen of Ha
wall would not be so bad. But thero
are no American queens. Salem
All American women are queens
The New York Racket has just filled
up agalu this week, with a full line of
all kinds of underwear, mackintoshes,
gossamers, boots and shoes, satchel?,
gloves, hosiery, umbrellas, hats, shirts,
and many useful articles, Gall and
save 15 to 25 for cent.. 2d-lv
The Zollner Heirs.
The probate court of Mrioo county
today appointed Joseph Z diner guard
lau of the person aud estates of Rupert
and Daniel Zolluer, mluors and orptwu
children of Robert Z diner, deceased.
For fine wool, sateen and work shirts,
call at the New York Racket, and get
them at low prices. 2d-lw
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
The aly Pure Creata of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alma
XJm& ifk Millions of Homes ao Years th Staadati
Last Saturday was a great success. Every article went at
half price, just as advertized, and all buyers were more than
pleased. . This sill be continued
meet the demands of the trade.
Store closes at 7
CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW.
OONQ REG ATIONAL.
At 10:30 a. m. Mr. Freeland will
preach upon"God'splan of settling char
acterintb fixed purposes." The evening
service will be a praise service, led by
Prof. Parvin and tho choir.
SOUTH. SALEM M. E.
Services morning and evening. In
the morning batismai and communion
services; In the evening subject:
"Heaven and Hell." All are Invited
J. M. Sbulse, pastor.
Services at the W. C. T. U. hall to
morrow at 10:30, ana 7.30. ounaay
boiooI at 12. Y. P. B. C. E. 0:30 con
ducted by the pastor, J. Bowersoii
German church corner Center and
Liberty streets. Services as follews:
Preaching at 11 a. m. aud 7:30 p. m.,
dunday school at 10 a. m., Y. P. A. at
7 p. m. All Germans are cordially iu
vited. A. A. Eugelbart, pastor.
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 12. Subject Sunday
morning, "A rhanksgiving Service."
Subject of eveuing lecture, "The
Uhriat of India or Sakya Meeni
(knnwu as Gautama Buddha)." Rev.
V. E. Copeland, pastor.
There will be preaching at the A. O.
U VV. hall at 3 o'clock by Dr. Corwin,
Will you be preaent.
Morning service a 10:30. The paator
will preach a sermon for parents, as a
sequel to the sermon for young men,
two weeks since, on the text, "Is the
youug man Absalom safe ?" The even
ing servico at 7.30, will consist of a
praise service, by tho Woman's Mission
societies. Y. P. 8. C. E. at 6:15.
FIRST M. E. CHURCH.
Regular services tomorrow. The
pastor will fill the pulpit morning aud
evening. Subject, "The Great Need."
Continued from two weeks ago, by re
quest, "The Political Young Man."
Our aim is to assist in securing good
government for city, state and nation.
Preaching in the morning at 10:30 a.
m. Sunday school at noon.. Y. P. 8.
C. E. meeting at 6:30 p. m preachlug
at 7:30 both morniug and evening by
Either Wm. Kellaway, who Is a very
able moo. Everybody cordially invited.
The Cheapest. Have tho Daily
Journal left at your office or resi
dence. Ouly 50 cts a mouth. By mail
25 Cts a mouth.
Plenty of geese Davison's market.
FOR RERSONAL ROAD TAX.
A Man In Jail for Not Paying the
Alexander Bhepard was committed
by Justice Edes today for four and a
half days to the couuty Jail for not pay
ing his personal road tax.
He was assessed two days work for
1893 lu district No. 2. He was regular
ly warned to work his tax, but failed
to do so. Ho his no property that
could bo levied upon. All this Is set
out In the nleadlnirs. The Case wac
brought by Geo. H. Crolsao, road super
visor. The Judgment is for 13.00 and
costs, Id CO iu all.
According to the laws of 1803 such a
Judgmeut Is enforced the same as a tine
lu a crimlual action. Hence the Im
prisonment. This Is the first case of a
white man having this l-tw applied so
rigorously, as the statute wasor'gloally
passed to collect road work from
for several days longer to
291 Commercial Street.
o'clock p. in.
THE FRATERNAL ORDERS.
Something Abont the Ancient United
Mr. Green, of this city, who is a
statistician of considerable ability aud
a loyal workman has prepared the fol
lowing for the Journal,
the a. o. u. w.
A few Hues iu regard to the A O. U.
W. order for the readers of your ser-
vieable paper we think would be In
place. Wo are misrepresented from all
quarters, mostly by those not knowing
the benefits to be derived by belonging.
Also by parties that try to down us for
other reasons. The order la In a ver
flourishing condition at this time and
below you will fiud by referring to sta
tistics we have made a great growth.
Finances for this year have cut into
our growth but nevertheless we are
growing. The two lodges located here
are doing well. Even more, at almost
every lodge meeting some new name
is added to our list of. members. The
year 1892 our gain in the order waB
53,193, the average eoBt to date was
$9 31. For the year 1891 was $10.19
Total amouut paid out since organizing
for deaths,. $44,63-',000; relief paid ?l,
133.636 43. Remember our order is
youug yet, Jan. 1, 1869, our member
ship wus only 50, aud Jan. 1, 1893, was
308,575. As we grow older our losses
by suspensions are less. One reasou
Is, men are not joining for the uovelty
of It. We cannot eee why our order
should not live and continue to grow
at a cost not exceeding $15.00 per thou
sand. We have examined the records of
several fraternal und benovolent socie
ties. Supposing these to be correct we
I. O. O. F., 696,998 members, 11.10
A. F. & A. M., -695.103 " 15 10
A. O. TJ. W., 308,675 " - 10.19
K. of H. 16 20
Am. L. ofH. 16 40
K. of P. End. Rank 13 90
Catholio K. of A. 14 80
Fall Sons of Isreal 12.80
At a glance vou can see how we stand
with the otherc. We extend a frater
nity almost cqnal to any fraternal order,
On application to any member, a con
stitution and by laws can be bad set
ting forth the order iu full. Cost of
joining the order In this state is only
15.60. This is done on account of the
bard times and extends up to March
Fresh fish DaviBon's market.
Fine hand turned button boots, in
the latest styles 3.15 at The Palace.
11 22 d 2r.
Get the Journal's tax extra. $1.00
ed in let
sion speaking of its gratify,
ing results 'in their practice.
of cod-liver oil with Hypo
phosphites can be adminis
tered when plain oil is out of
the question. It is almost
as palatable as'milk easier
to digest than milk.
Prepared by Boolt Down. N. Y. AlldruririU.
BROWN & .SON'S
Tho public is herobv notified
margins barely consistent with
Satisfaction guaranteedjto all
customers. " 3$,
Corner of Center and 13tfi,Stret.
We havo just brought from the Mill
$500 Worth of Oft
MAKE OUR ANNUAL CLEAN UP
OQuyl fkiU sms,
Pres, Hawley gave his famous and
comprehensive lecture on the "Bebring
Sea Fisheries" lost night at the Y. M.
C. A. hall to a fair and appreciative
Prof. Hansee has been absent from
her classes on two days of this week on
account of illness, but was in her accus
tomed place again yesterday.
Prof. Cochran baa manufactured an
apparatus to mauufucture H 2 B (hy
drogen di 8ulphide,) aud will have
hereafter, in the laboratory a full sup
ply of that loud-smelling compound ou
draft iu as large quantities as you desire
A telegram was received on Thurs
day from Miss Austin, of Woodburn,
stating tbe death of her mother, to
whose bedside she was called about a
week ago. Miss Austin was compelled
to leave school last year after a short
attendance on account of her own sick
ness. It is hoped that she may be able
again to return.
Miss Jennie Carter of Union, entered
school ou Monday. She la tbe Bister of
M.J.Carter, county school superin
teudeut at that place, and sister of
Miles Carter, who was in school in '91
She is making her home with Miss Ad
The Philodosian society received
their shipment of four dozen chairs
(oak diners ) for their hall. They are
fine and add much to making their
hall appear both elegant and cosy.
Some one has suggested however that
they will have to amputate the legs of
tbe chairs a little above the floor, for
some of the more diminutive members
are not able to touch their feet to tbe
floor, which necessitates them In rising,
to get down before they can get up.
That Japanese tea has come at last; it
will occur Wednesday eveuing, Nov.
9, in the university chapel. Tbe pro
gram contains several pieces from local
talent, besides the tea proper. The
young ladies appear in Japanese cos
tume and there will be a solo in Japan
ese by Prof. M. G. Scriber. Tho object
of this program is a worthy one that
of paying for the chairs above men
tioned. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27th.
The peer of all Yankee Comedians
Charles L. Davis
In the funniest of all plays.
A grand Company with alt the original
scenery, realistic eMect, etc.
Seats on Salo at Patton Bro8.
W HIUSBEU BOS. Knlnm n.
Tree-aettln. TmA.n,.,i SCTi. l!Mf"u
Htgn painting "ha gesmrte ftSf.
Hon gua anteed, w JiWOdU?
F. T. HART LEADING MERCHANl
247 COMMERCIAL STREET.
TRUNKS AND VAT,thw
. AM kiuds. trades and sizes In stock
OVERCOATS AND MACKmSm.
I M mu",jw' uu uverooai8t
I'PlrUa rf nr.lnni .A.... .
DRESSES AND WRap
IWH UlHITKIIlIftfmF frtl mAn
Our dress noods sod Jackets admit of no superiority.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, -
and Ms Blanket
Ever Heard Of!
The Republican treat voters of tbe city of
Halem are hen by notified that th diy R.
publican primary election win bebeldlnthi
Ural, se-oud, tnlrd and fourth ward of th
city of Salem on Tuesday, Novembtr 2S.1SB.
for the purpose of putting In nomination S2
dldatea for city aldermen, oue each In the dnt
second, third and fourth wards, tobs-rotta
for at tho coming cliy election tobebeldon
Monday, tbe 4th day of December. 1893,1 he
polls of the said primary election to be opened
at the hour of 3 o'clock p. m. ndc!ouit
o'clock p. m. on said day, and tbe lollowlm
named Judges were appointed by tbe commif
tee. and tbe p'lmarles nmed as lolloi-c
FIRST WARU. Old eaglne bouie-JndtM
H. A. Johnson, Jr., W. D. Claj jet and ArcW.
pKCOND. WARD. Old court houie-JudiM.
Goo. Collins. J. A. Bukerand J. Q. Wllion7
THIRD WARD -Armory bulldllnj-Judrtj,
Alonzo Ucsner, K. M. Walte and J. W. Batch
e!or. FOURTH WARD. Lamoureux'i llTerr
stables .Judges, J. L. Hockett, Owenllultoa
und A. lb Buckingham.
Tbe judges of thi-lr respective wards ihill
appoint two competent, persons to let u
clerks of s-ld primaries.
The primaries shall be conducted under thi
firovlHtonsoftheactor the leg slatlre uttm.
ly of the slate of Oregon. Hy order o. the
ommlttee. R.E.M ORK8
Secretary City Republican Central committee,
11-18 td i
The Democratic legal voters ol the city of
ualem aro hereby notified that the city Dtm
ocratlo crlmary election will be hela In the
first, second third and fourth wards ol Halem
ou Wednesday r November 2), ISO), far the pa
pose of putting In nomination candidates lor
dry aldermen, one each In the first, seoecd,
third and fourtn wards to be voted for at the
coming city lection to be held on Uondsr,
the 4th day or December. 1893, tbe polls olthi
said irlmary election to be orened ut trie bear
of 1 o'clock p. m. and "loeat6 'clock p. n.
on said day, and the following named Jodret
were appointed by tbe committee, and the
places of holding and conducting tbe prims
rles named as fo.lewa:
FIRST WaBD Old engine honse-Jndtee:
n. K Wagner. L A. Byrd, Pet-r D'Arcy.
SECOND WARD.- fctiraeue 4 Crook's blaek
smith shop. Judgesr W.J. folley. W.K.1W
gan, Kutrene v info.
THIRD w ARD. Armory bulldlng-Jndtes:
O. a. VnnWagr.er.M. G. Kelson, G-o. Bsrr. .
FOORTH WARD. Lamoureur's liTery it
bles-Judges: G. A. Rockwell, W. V. Hitchell,
a Van r-atton.
The Judge of their respective ward, ituul
appoint 2 competent persons to ast as elerU
ot said primaries.
The primaries shall be conducted under the
prov sIods of the act of the legislative
bly of the state of Oregon. By order ol the
committee. W. J. D'AttCJT,
Secretary City Democratic commltu.
FARM TO LET. Aflne farm of 225 acreiK
mile from R. R. Btation. 14 mlMf'Oia
Salem. For particulars Inquire at the Joca
mai, office lH'-lw
ANTEDBOARD' R3, with or Without
lodging. 8 commercial siren.
31HIB PArER Is kept on Hie at E. O. Pake"!
. Advertising Agency, and 65 Merchants
zchange. Ban Francisco, California, where
contracu for advertising can be made for it.
CHRISTIAN RCIKNOK Literature
kinds on sale at 828 Liberty street.
ThU wild ThanksrlTin? turkey iwallowea
.! ...1 .kI. , a .... 1 .
And down within him Brownie was ground
The reason tor this tragedy was Brownle't
previous sire , ... .
Be would not read our latest ads, nor UK
The moral la clear. Read the following
our nartrnlni in.
The BUtloners, are now displaying tbelf
iltblwt Albums. Juvenile Books. CalUnd
per' e'e fit.,