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I II 1 SALEM
Just received from the Novato French
Cheese Factory of California the following
brands of French Cheese NeufchatcL
De Brie and Comcmbert These arc the
latest cream cheese made, and will be rtv
ceived fresh every ten days, Also cream.
brick and swiss,
THE PIONEER GROCER.
jHWMjjtj.LL-uuiuiJuniaimj'-ii1. n mm. una. ... jijulj "-.-i-i.-js.
Sf Dr. Mott visited Ohemawa today.
Elmo Davis returned to Yaijuln to
Ed. Blngleton m la Turner yester
I.ydfrll Baker returned to Portland
John H. Porter, of Ale, Is In town
Senator Jefferson Myers returned to
A. W. Gleay returned from Portland
W. L. Toozs, of Weodburn, was In
Richard Williams, of Portland, was
in Balem yesterday.
Senator J. H. Haley left for his home
at Pendleton this morning.
Attorney.General 0. M. Idiom an
came up from Portland today.
E. L. Thompson, an Insurance agent,
came up from Portland today.
Judge Moreland returned to Portland
oa the Salem loeal this morning.
E. O'Flyng returned today from
Jacksonville where his wife was burled
Railroad Commissioner A. I. Ma
uib, of Forest Grove, was in Salem
today. He went to Portland this after
Geo. W. Davis returned yesterday
from Ban Francisco, where he had
feat a month in the Interest of the
to from his Pioneer quarry.
Governor Fletcher of the Post, will
be at the basket social at west Salem.
A number of Salem people who have
never seen him eat are going over.
A. A. Stafford has returned from
Ban Francisco, where he baa been at
tending the Cooper Medical Institute
for several months, and will locate in
Prof. C. H. Chapmaa, president of
ttte University of Oregon, will leoture
before the Shakesperian club at Chan.
Hlng hall tomorrow night. Bubjeet:
"The Comedy of Twelfth Night."
By courtesy of Manager Wade of the
Western Union Telegrah company,
who got up at 5 o'clock a. m. to receive
tbe first of the report, Thk Journal
presents Its readers a very complete
and readable synopsis of the president's
saeseage, delivered to congress todiy.
Walter Whltmoro, of Portland, was
lathe city today, leaving for points
cum thfa morning. Mr. Whltmoro Is
the owner of some une horses which
were at the state fair this fall, and Is
aviso a possible member of tho State
Board of Agriculture, as it is likely he
will be appointed by the governor.
Baleeahasan enterprising drygoods
Merchant ia Ja. J. Dalrymple. At
the woolen mill, meeting last night he
was the first man on the floor and
ahoweda spirit and determination to
blp the subsidy that was highly com
mendable. He Is a man who baa a
heart for the Interest of the working
people, and bound to do his part at
keeping our industries alive. That Is
the right kind of stult and any town Is
fertuBate to have in lis aatdst a man of
Mr. Dalrymple's grit and public spirit,
Mr. Bvih Interviewed.
WalUrLyon In today's Orogenlao:
A. Bush, a banker well known
throughout the Northwest, has Just
returned from a two months' trip In
the East. Most of bis time was spent
In tne New Eugland state:, New York
and Washington, D. C. From his ob
servations, Mr. Rush feels warranted
In saylug the worst of tho hard times
Is over In the East. Mr. Rush Is a
Cleveland democrat, and Is very die
creet In his statements of the business
condition of the country, as associated
with politic?. He maintains that
times would have been ad distressing
bad Harrison been re elected. Mr.
Rush gives President Cleveland the
credit of averting dlsasUr and main
talnlng the credit of this government.
Ho finds a oonsldsrablo business ele.
ment in favor of renominating Cleve
land. Should bo be the nominee. Mr.
Rush estimates that, beside tho sprink
ling of democrats, he would carry the
support of half tho ropublioans that
can read and write. Ho considers Al
lison's chances best, and Reed's next
beat for the republican nomination,
The position of neither, eaysMr. Rush,
Is clearly defined on the monoy ques
tion. Mr. Rush has folt the pulso of
bualnese In the East, and gives it out
there will be a Krone demand made
on both political parties for a platform
clear and unequivocal on tho money
question. M r. Rush Is also an ortho
dox democrat on tariff lines, aad goes
so far as to say that Eastern manufact
ories are becoming adjusted to the now
order, and want no change Freo wool
with a reduction on manufactured
woolens, ho holds, is worth mora to
Oregon than a high tarllt on wool.
While Ranker Rush concedes that
things now point to a Republican
victory next year, yet ho sees a glim
mer of hope for bis party in the fact
that this is an era of tidal waves, and
the unexpected may happen.
Mrs, J, ii, VtttUk and kih am In
Mt$, It, K, iUtvtt, of Uliiwi
wjm Im rjafew lodV.
Mtnt Wylfs Ai Moors l In Albany,
arid will fstiirn ttotm fttatit OhfMffiM.
MlrsM Clara Cliurohlll and Mtral
Perry of Worn! burn. ttUmmi Uomtt
The MM Auxiliary of the V. M, (J,
A, will hold Its last regular meetta
for llio current yer (hi afternoon,
Hon. A. Ruth And daughter, MIm
8111, and Athl Jlmli it., havn re
turned from a lengthy visit In His Kail,
Mrs. J, B. Walker, of North fjaltm,
who has been badly afllloied with
erysipelas for some week, Is Improving
MIm Nolllf Porter bss recovered from
her recent lllnM, and Is attain dls
charging her duties as stenographer for
llerron A Levy.
A marriage license was Issued Mon
day to Chas. F, Dlela and Johanna
llelulg, Abraham Rich acting ne wit
The ladles' basket social will tako
placo In tho now hall tonight. Every
body wo'como. No admission fco.
Mr. Good, the auotloneer, will sell the
President Chapman, of the State
University, will lecturo at the Unity
church tomorrow night. Hla subject
will be .the comedy or Twelfth
Night. These lectures should have an
extended hearing, as nothing better
will bo given In Balem this winter.
At the ball of Vallsy Lodge, No. 18,
A. O. U. W monday evening the fol
lowing officers wore elected for tho
ensuing term: M. W., J. I. Uetz;
foreman, John W. West; overseer, A.
M. Rlglow; financier, W. T. Rell; re
cor bar, D. L. Green; receiver, John G.
Wright; guide, Jaok Robertoou; inside
watch, W. T. Ronnntt; outside watch,
Geo, P. LItcnfield.
hamim oirr tiinonott,
VmmMon of the fjomlrtf Oonnull
of rttli Oily,
Tlii clly alfloMon lot tout rtatf differ
nun was devoid of InMrwl Mri(1y,
On Acwuinl of Hie Inolorrtont wrtlir
ami mora i m Mil one uekei, a very
light void wm polled, (tin rwiiU Mntf
ffllA Will II
VmH, Lamport (rap,).... ...-.. ...
John Gray (doni.) p
Total. ...MMM 78
"l'"W"l 'I mi in ) M
. ... flKWJNll
J. JJ, Hltmi .,
Total M MMM....8A
,.i ,, ... T1IIMU WAHI),
chf' H Hlmpson (rep,) M
II, l'ompley -..-..-w. 1
V. A. l,t
Not There. The Fair store adver
tisement in The Journal has, for
several days, located that establish
ment at 214 Commercial Btrreet. whero
as it should have been 274 Commercial.
There you will find an enlarged store
and stock, and pleasant people to wait
A Fire. Tho farm residence of El
mer uavage, located northwest of
Rrooks about three aud a half miles,
was burned about 11 n, m. Sunday
while the family wero attondlng
church at St. Louis about four miles
Fees CoLr.EOTED.Tho total amount
of fees turned over to the county treas
urer during November was $737.10
from the following sources; Clerk,
5417.26; recorder, $205.85. For Ootober
$659.20 wero reoelpted for by the treas
urer vl Clerk, 1360; rocordor, $203.20.
Stath Tax Hoard. The State
Roardof Equalization mot today at
tho state houe and prepared for Its
annual revision of the work of the
county assessors. No organization was
effected at time of going to press.
Monday evening Miss Ida Rasey was
pleasantly su prised by a number of her
friends, who gathered nt her -homo on
Liberty street. The day was also the
47th anniversary of tho birth of her
father, A. J. Rasoy. Games, muslo
and cards furnished entertainment for
the guests, who were also served with
dainty refreshments. Those present
were: Mrs. J. J. Rasey, Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Pickett, Mr. and
Mrs. Willard, Mrs Perry, Mrs. Wyatt,
MIsBes Maggie Perry, Anna Goldeu,
May Sayro, Georgle Fisher, Minnie
Usher, Messrs Don Truer I, Joo Rasoy,
Omer Walt and Murray Wade.
Miss Lena MIcballes and L. O.
Hookett were married at tho resldonoe
ui iuu unuea parents at jugmuna on
Saturday, November 80, 1895. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. Hag
est In the presence of a number of the
relatives and friends of bride and
groom. Those witnessing tho cere
mony were, Mr. and Mrs. Mlohalles,
MIssHolda Mlohalles, Ed Mlohalles,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hockett, Col. and
Mr. J. Olmstead, Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
OimsUad, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fromln,
Mr, aad Mrs. Frank Fromln, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Elbert, Mr. aud Mrs. A.
Fredrick, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ma
honey, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Eaton,
Misses Annie Rut all, Martha Green
wood, Mary Porter and Mr. Paul Kin
F. A, Lsffg (rep.) . 102
Joseph Aloort (Jerri.) ...... 1
Theflogeullomei! will take their seats
at tho first meeting In January, 1800,
and tho personnel of the now council
will then be:
First ward-George G. Rlngham and
E. B. Lamport,
Second ward-J. J, Murphy aud
Thomas Holraan (re-elected).
Third ward-Hiram Bmith and
Fourth wnrd-W. T. Rlgdon and
Fred A, Legg,
The Independence city eleotlon was
held with the following result:
Mayor T. J. Lee, Democrat.
Recorder-J. F. Ford, Democrat.
JUarshal-YV. W. Williams, Demo
crat. Treasurer-Clare Irvine, Republican.
Uounollmen First ward W. W.
Becond ward George Hlnkle,Demo.
Third ward M. Merwin, Democrat.
The total votes polled was 276.
Utmi HnnmWotH' flf
A1fW, MMwfn.f t'lr
(Moil Perfect Msde.
tn Vmm Ififl Winilunt
311 (Jomrdtrnlal ui.. Balttl. Or.
evnnli4 (19 npwardf. 1'nnuiM dpwr(r.v
Following are the list of letters un
called for. Persons calling will aleM
Frank H K
Gower A E
Smith Frank (2)
Stuart Ora L Miss
Stuart R R Miss
Tuoh J H
Fuller E W
Frenoh P 8
Grlswold W T
Powers J J
Smith Stella Mrs
Sharp Luella Mis
Crawford W O
Rubber boots of all kinds and grades
reduced to clear out stock at the Now
Tho New York Racket has tho best
line of 00 cent underwear for men in
Balem. Bold by others at 75 cents.
Grand - Inventory - Sale!
tortSlBf t0 Clea UP ,U0 Mon xb0 nnnuRl h-ventory, we oflw tbe :rollowln wonderful
An Absionment. Misses Stella
Plnkhamand Leila Banford, of the
La Mode millinery parlors, on Com
mercial street, made an assignment
lost ovenlhg for tho benefit of their
creditors and named W. F. Roothby as
the trusteo and asalgnee. The liabilities
nro as follews: Robinson, Straus &
Co., of St. Paul, 1527.63. Robert F.
Topllta & Co., Ban Francisco, $517 17:
Hluz & Lundlt, Ban Franclsoo, $373.60:
Eoglehart-Wlnnlng Mercantile Co., St.
Joe, Missouri, $170.10; F. Loplltz &Co ,
San Francisco, $35.77. The assets con
sists of the millinery goods and fixtures
In the store room. The "La Modo"has
beon In existence about three years.
A fine lino of table linens Just re
ceived at the New York Racket, Tho
prices aro bed rock for spot cash.
, JJU WQX a KalIou a& McCall Hros.,
100 Court street.
55o YARD &,niSh alJ wol bouciM.
.u J.O.J.VAS tuck and nary, wgular
650 YARD Vllara.'
55o AbD iWJSSd
42i YARD i0-""0 novelty bUok
,JJ"tt tvJ- drew fooui. rrsuUr 40
500 YARD S &erka fieries
421 YARD M!.Bd - onefii
-Tf A-cxxviy and frge, ruli too yd
ViuA aso black silk lrta paflcra will bo
dVMi away !) bw 'M. Buy your Am
mum. im. we bve all the latest Boveltles.
M1 oreTers aarelully and proiaptly Mlled.
Cewt and Libert,
eult-Our men'a all wool black
cbevolt sack suite. Regular SlOgooda.
aiultrMen'ablaokand blue black
ohbvoll sack iuIU. Hegular 17.60
a eult Men'i black and olue black
cbovolt Mck suite, ltcirular 17.03
School Board Moots.
A meeting of the board of directors of
School District No. 24, was hold last
night with directors H. A, Johnson,
Adam Ohmart and T. H. Bruce, Super
intendent Peebles and Clerk Rozortb
present. Tho following bills wero
W. W. Martin $ 6 00
E. M. Wulte printing Co 5 00
John Necdham ll 00
Gray Rroa i 0
Leo WllliB 7 50
Ruren it Hamilton l 7v
0. W. Stump.-, l 25
oaiem water Co 75 00
unuromii &. uurroughs 3 50
H. ,1'ohlo 5 05
Teachors salaries were also ordered
paid. The Christmas vacation will
oommenco December 20th and will end
on tho 20th, making tho third month
of school close January 3d. Tho report
of the Superintendent shows an In
crease In attendance for this mouth of
04 pupils. A request was read from the
residents of Highland that a tcachor bo
employed for a primary grade. The
Friend's church hnB tendered tho
directors the use of a room free. Thu
quoatlon was referred to directors Dyrd
ana Rruco and Superintendent Peebles,
with power to act.
Good Pair to Draw to.
ine people of Salem owo a debt of
gratltudo to two gentlemen who at
tended tho woolen mill mooting last
night and showed their faith by put
ting down their name for over $3,000 of
the $25,000 steok, and in tho language
of tho poet "they aro a good pair to
draw to." J. J. Dalrymplo and J. M.
Wallace showed themselves to be
thoroughbreds In attending that meet
ing and subscribing as liberally as tbey
did. Rut for them the meeting would
hayo beon a failure so far as raising the
money is coucernod. Their examnle
at a critical tlmo will Inspire confidence
in our city ,and tho ralslnir of the untho
$25,000 ought to bo only a matter of a
Wills Arthur W Welsan
R. F. RONHAM, P. M.
RUCHTEL. At their home in Port
land, Friday evening, November 20,
1805, to Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ruch
tet, a son.
For Indigestion, liver and kidneys.
Lunn &. Brooks drug store. tf
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
e 1 . -- -
Any Cape or Jacket at
Wo will notenrry ovor a gnrtiiaiit, no will fnorifluo i..
bftlrifiat) of our iilook, I.iuiW Air (.apart from 1,00 Ut, j.
dW fur oajtos $'I CO. J.uW jftokotw from $0.00 up. ThSJ
two dfiy will vory ncnrly olcuii out our ntook, Coino onrlv
rXmiiionflo lino of liollldny gooda,
YtPM MlffifflM BsWs) MMkwMf MHMbIM
O. XI. CuaLBX&XDElX.SSeoXff
Room 14, Bush Bank Building, Salem.
oinmorcII Union ASHiirnuco 0.
London rm1 liRiicaHhiro Flro Ins, Ce
Liverpool and London and Olobc. llnrt'ord Fire In.s. t'o!
Hflnt; In your State sollcles and have tliem wtlllcn with Utile or no lot to you,
SPECIAL HOLLIDAY SALES
I have juit opened my Xmai lines of Fancy Books Poets In all bind.
Ing. Xmu Booklets. Xmu Cards. Large lines ol hand palmed
celluloid novelties, such as Photograph Frames. Ilhandkerchlef
and Clove Iloxes. Card Cases, ink Stands. Book marks,
etc. Fancy Calendars for 1896 Children's Color
Books, Large stock of celluloid, by the sheet, to
make up in fancy articles. All goods low.
F, S. DEARBORN,
Money Given flutay.
At the Union Bargain Store with every pair of rubber boots )ou buy we will give you
our profits which is enual to that much cash found. We have a birr slock of the Wales.
Goodyear, Woonsocket and other good brands of rubber boots both in men's and loy's long
and short leg; also ladle's and mines. AU go below tne regular wnoiesaie puce.
Get prices elsewhere before you come to us then you will be stall. fied our prices are
Always remember we carry a complete line of shoes in the latest styles. We buy from
the best Eastern shoe houses for cash and sell the same, consequently you do not have to pay
$2 for a pair of $1.50 shoes. We notonly guarantee our shoes, but we also guarantee our
prices cheaper than the cheapest.
Yours for trade,
M. J. MATSOXT.
142 STATE ST.
Dealer lu Groceries. Palntg,
and the most complete stockl
Brushes of all Kinds In the
State. Artists' Matcrlnlfl.Llino,
Ilnir, Cement and Shinglcsnnd
finest aiinlitv of GRASS SUEDS
Poiitland, Dee. 3. Grand Jury
today Indicted George Monroe and
John Wangerman who wore recently
arrested for rape.
NEW LINE ADDED,
ra' all wool eonililnallnn
two pairs panti. coat aud can.
uUr 1176 goods, '
aiJ."h.,y ,H1U now ! the. II suits now
W0; Uie (3 sulu now W.60; and IJLW suits
kamonoytMTCllVerUi,8to Uo' CU nntl
BROS. & CO.,
The Cash. Pry Goods, Clothlnp and Shoe Home
Keller Sons have
put in a new line of
floor mattings and are
ready to show attract
tive patterns All new
120 State street.
The way to build up Balem Is (trade
In Salem.) Now In order to Induce
your readers who think tbey can do
better by sending East , for goods to
beep tbelr money homo, I have re
solved to make up a fine all woolsack
suit for $16, cutaway suits from $17 to
$25 aud panta from $5 up. Call and
leave your orders this week so that I
oan keep my help busy. This will do
you more good than If you get your
olothea made In the sweat shops back
East. 0. H. Lane,
211 Commercial street, Salem, Or.
"Tho Common People,"
As Abraham Lincoln called them, do
not care to argue about their ailments.'
What they want Is a medicine that',
win cure tnem. The simple, honest
statement, "I know that Hood's
Barsaparllla cured me," Is the best
"RUp-ent In favor of the modlolne.and
this la what many thousands volun
Hood's Pills are tho
ner pill, assist dlueallnn.
Wanted.To exchange or sell,
three or four aores opposite school
house. Will take small payment, and
remainder In work. Inquire of J. O.
MoFarland at Clear Lake, olx miles
north of city, or address.Saltm.
State of Ohio, City op Toledo, 1 ,.
Lucaj County j "
Frank J, Cheney makes oath that he Is the
senior partner of the firm ofF. T. ChenevA
Co., doing business In the City of Toledo,
County and State aforesaid, and that said firm
will par the sum of ONB HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
FRANR J. ClIRMEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A, D
t -- 1 A.W. L.LEASON,
jsealV Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and
acts directly on the blood and musoua surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials, free.
-t, , .. t?' J' ,Chener & Co.,Toiedo, O.
KpSold by Druggists, 75c.
MARKETS B7 TELEGRAPH.
Balem and Eastern Quotations Cor
Chicago Dec. 8. Wheal, cusb Mc. ; Jan.
limyr York, Dee. 3, Silver, tcjic; tend, $-1 !W.
BAN iFUANOlbCO MAHKKT,
Ham Frakoisoo, Dco3 Wheal, U7U.
voi-urtgon, cnoico, 7ltM; lnlurlor, ,28e:
868 1 pr sack.
ats Mimujr. 6SQ72J.
."TT.S'.'i-. '.' ""w.i roneq. in
uu; caaeti, JJ.7J
eh.?A eM ,12 l5 Per Wui rye 7oo ptr 0.
w-u W-S"en, aaliod, (XI ibi 8c; under 00 lbs
7o oheep pelu. KX37HO.
Hops New Orexon,,3
3a0o, according to quul-
llulUr Oregon faney creamery,' 1733)
viucoBo uregon iuu cream, 8o j.
.- wouui iio por uoz.
Notice to Policy Hold
ers of State Insur
Favor nblo arrangements liavo
been made with tho Firemen's
Fund Insurauce Company for
the substitution of policies of
tho State Insurance Company
without loss to the assured
Before cancelling your policies
call on agents of the Fire
men's Fund liiBuranco Co.
EDMOND C. GILTNER,
When Baby vraa sick, vro gave hor CastorU.
Wkea aha was a Child, abe cried t or Castor U.
ma aba beoama Jllas, ah clung; to Castori.
Vtoa aba btd CbUaren, h garo them Cartas.
Bteamku ALTONAThltt favorite
boat liaa resumed ber reuular trlpa.Ieav
l??.B,'emi Moudays, Weduesdaya aad
I'rldaya nt 7:45 a, m., for Portlaud aad
way pointa. 80-3t
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest of nil la leMvealag
Strentfh.-V. S. OovcrmiMnt Rfrt.
There are 177766 rallea of railroad la
the United Bute.
There are 63,835,860 ralte used te
cover tbla ground.
There are 633,965,000 ties used to bind
tbeae rails together, but no such
amount, however, la required to bind
the hearts of the traveling publlo to the
faot that the Wleootuln Cwatral Usee
furnish superior facilltka oa all their
trains between St, Paul aad Ukieago
which form close connection with all
lines to the east and south.
Make a note of it.
Children Cry for
nloken. f 4 (XX32.60 per dez: ducks
ta.0093id getme, Rj.uoa7.wi
jtw.2Ha-iWqoowi,2a3oi freed uecr,
lteed?Vb.be0'' ,U75a2-00; cbo,oa 0WM-
Yeal-amall, choice, 6Sc; large, Sato ft lb.
Oau W mrkel flrmer.
Majr Haled, rhul tl JV. nn. ., ii...
Klour. la wtoteaw CtaTsiK Mi2f
Uvo Cattle IMaaWc.
Uops 2a5o; no market.
SwwsJ mhI Nervous Debility.
Weakness of Hodv and
Mind, Kffecta of Erfdri
x' j, Robust, NoblS
L0XT A? Enlarge and
ilrthen Weft, un.
iinn54. . -reaiment,
7?fKSll 5., day.
For cancellation of
policies of State Insuiv
ance Co,, and subst!'
tution of Firemen's
Fund policies call on
JOHN WRIGHT, or
office of State Insutv
J, H, HAAS,
WATOUUAKErt AND JKWtiLCII,
ii ke a speolalty ol Fine nspalr Work, 8H
Tdornaa clock, etc., 1!I6 commercial HtreeU
AlWAlVAarvA nvniia nmlmnl ulfti hulld
tnga and lmp-ovcmnls, io go at a bargalc.
P,n jnllo t'om railroad station. Addre Mr,.
Uertha Bene, "I'em, Oregon. ld-S
'A,,K VV a led and white yearllef
U ! .Hi M mlniril1r. Hnnrrran BBl SAU14
ty Pyinjr cxpsnses.
T, ll Er.PNPPi.i-
ERir MEMML 00.. Iiiffalt, N. Y.