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jgfTBNXNQ " CAPITAL JOURNAli, THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBBB 21, 18tS.
SE1 TIE ELEGANT DISPLAY
at NORTH WINDOW.
Ladies Should be Sure to
SOMETHING NEW IN EVEEY LINE. .
THE PALACE andThoegcompany,
307 Commercial Street.
P. S. Ladies should see the DeBevoise Wais's for boys
a id girls. A waist for boys with suspenders on.
- IF -
You ore goIn?Ho!'bulldor mike any Una of
Improvement, cull ou ;.lio under Igned for
material. We have a complete stock, and are
ready to supply any prepated contract, sewer
work, grading, etc. '
.Salem improvement Co.
A Gbowino Succkss. Ever since
The Journal has reduced Its price by
mall to one cent a day, or 25 cents a
month, It has tiken another onward
step. In fact, It is having a genuine
boom. Not a day passes but a good
number la added to Its llsta. Agents
are showing a great Interest in intro
duclng it oyerywhero, and under date
of Sept. 19 ono writes "1 will solicit re
newals, and add many uew ones every
time, with spot cash. Some people
call me out of bed nights to give me
their names and the spot cash on sub
scriptions to the Ono Cent Daily. I
have money and names on hand now.
and will send them with another large
list by the 25tb. Some time ago there
were about 31 dally Oregoulans. coming
to this post office, and I got in aud
huBtled for the Capital Journal, the
result is this morning's train brought
in just 4 Oregonlans. I Intend to stick
and hump' and know I can Increase
your lists still more from month to
mouth. The people iiko the newsy,
outspoken way of the Journal, aud It
gots to us ahead of Portlaud papers."
This agent has already in'idu up a list
of over 25 cash In advauco subscribers
for the Oue Cent Dully, and the num
erous renewals make It evident that the
paper is wanted.
An Outinq Party. This morning
the following named people started for
Newport, to be absent until Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Braallulil, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Strang. Mr. aud Mrs. R. P.
Bolso. lr.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hughes.
Misses Helen Edea. Genlvove Huirhes.
Margarot Cosper, Ethol Cuslok, Lena
Breyman, Ada aud Anna Broyman,
Mae B iBo,Carrie Mooros, Lulla Waters
and Mao Carpenter. Mesirs. F. It.
Anson, Hugh Thompson, A. V. Mend
euhall. W. B. Morse. F. K. Livell, H.
S. Jordan, J. M. Keono, F. S.Dearborn,
Henry Meyers aud P. II D'Aroy. Tho
party will bo the guests of Supt Mill
caheyof the O. P. railroad, and will
Bia Execution Sale. Sheriff J. E.
Noland this afternoon sold on an exe
cution Issued out of the circuit court of
this county, tho lands, water rights,
etc, belonging to B. J. Pengra, lying In
and about the town of Hprlngflela, to
tho Judgment creditor, Rufus Mallory,
of Portland, for the sum or f 04,823.02.
It Is very vnluable, aud with proper
management can bo made a profitable
investment. We bolievo this is the
largest sale of tho kind ever made by a
sheriff In this county. Eugene Guard.
f. xxeary meyere auu ir. n wMiroy. tub
Hoi Raising Pays. Polk county
will ralBO about 1,000,000 bushels or hops
this year, wtiloh at 20 (ents will bring
tho neat sum or (300,000 Into the coun
ty. This ought to set our runners to
thinking. What a convenient thing it
would bo if every county had 1,000,
000 pounds or hops to market, and they
could Just easily havo been raised here
as elsewhere. -Ex.
Ouancie of Pastoru. Rev. Dr.Geo.
Whlttaker took a run down to Port
land yesterday to eoe Bishop Goodeell,
and returned last evotnug with tho
word that he was to take St. Paul's M,
E. church of Portland, tho pastorate to
which Rev. Kellerman had been ap
pnJHted. The latter will tuko up his
abode in another conference
8xALr, FiKK.-Last ovonlng about
Mktalgbt Policeman Gibson discovered
Jtl-a In the cigar store of II. 8. Simon.
He gave a silent alarm, aud lu short or
dr the firemen iiatl put It out. The
Aw eaugNt Jn au uuu&cd room at the
r, It (IhbwkI a Millard table eev-
MWijr awl Ui3 water. ako kurt the stock
t MM etat. "
the Best Meals
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Dr. J. W. Ransom, of Turner, was
a Salem visitor today.
ROLLED OATS the choicest you
ever ate at the Blue Front. 3-d w
Col. A. I. Wagner, of the Hotel Will
amette, is able to be up and about after
a two weeks' confinement to his room
See Krausse Bros, window for fine
Bhow of new shoes.
President John"M. Bloss, of the State
Agricultural college at Corvallis, was
married on the 10th Inst, to Miss Mary
A. Woods, at the home of her sister in
An elegant new line of Laird, Scho
ber & Mitchell's latest style ladies'
shoes, just in at Krausse Brca.
Amos Strong went South on this
morning's local train.
Krausse Bros, have some rare bar
gains in shoes.
Mrs. R. A. Barker, of Portland, is
the guest of Mrs. Geo. Edes for several
ROLLED OATS-Something very
choice at the Blue Front" 2-d w
Two solitary drunks appeared before
Judge Edes this morning, and now
are helpiug beautify the streets.
M. T. Rbeman, the Fruit Palace
grocer, is ou the sick list.
Wheat fell from 60 to 48 cents today.
Eugene Guard Wednesday: Judge
R. 8, Bean, of Salem, leftou tills morn
lug's stugo for the lower Sluslaw to' vis
it his mother. He was accompanied
by his two little sons.
Buy underwoar at The Fair, and
save big money.
The New York Ra'oket in the Stale
Insurauco block, has a fine stock of all
kinds of shoes aud rubbers.all at Racket
prices. Call and see them. 0-21 2d lw
There will be services at the Christ-
lun church this evening.
y evening, Elder J. N. Smith will
begin a series of meetings. Everybody
is given a cordial luvltatlon to uttond.
C. L. Keller, sr , left for Portlaud to
day, ou a short business trip.
Ji. I'. JMcUoruack started for the
iiuu3uhiiih; tuuiijr, uu uu t-Aiumieu
P.ilmian nmin.Mi Imlmi a.. .... . I .. i
The .New ork Raoket has been
crowded the past week, by those who
wuut their splendid bargains, all go
away loaded with goods, and well satis-
fled. Call aud see them. 2dlw
L. V. Ehloo and Dr. Glesy, of Aur
ora, wore In the city today.
Hop-picking Is lu full blast this week,
at all tho yards around here. Every
yard Is using whlto pickers exclusively,
aud all of our cltlzenB that can get oil
are at the yards. Most of tho growers
say that so far thoraius have done very
Hun, ii auy, uanjage. xue growers
suy that the crop will be one-third
llghtor than last year, aud In some
pluces it will uot go much over half the
crop that was gathered lost year. Le-
Tho fluaucial editor or tho Albany
Democrat says; Silver takon ou sub
scription at tho Democrat ofllee; also
woou. potatoes, butter, eggs, sugar,
mem uuu wueai. xu extreme cases
gold might bo accepted. NoCherokeo
strip rushes permitted.
Thofollowlug is an extraot from a
letter received by Dr. Lamboreon from
Geo. Pope &. Co. "The hop market la
decidedly off, and tuero Is uo sign of
renewlug it in the uear future, although
by the time hops are In the bulo some
now development may bring the mar
kotbaok to its normal coudltlon.Leb.
Show Not Cominq. Balem baa
"oth"d ,U8,uyPubUl08hoW8tu,8 season.
hmu mviunuiio umi in hoi coming,
hut la already hear the flue Bhow
or -fruits eto ut Van Ealou's crooerv
Stonk Hehk. Several carloads of
the Pioneer atono from Yuuulna bay
has arrived for tho city hall, aud work
In holng pushed.
the City at
When Forks Tro first Ued.
The introduction of forks must liavo
seemed a great innovation to persons
who had been accustomed to eating
with their fingers. A lady "who saw
forks used for tho first time at a din
ner of Henry HI of Franco records
her "impressions' of tho occasion.
Henry had in 1574 been tendered a
magnificent reception in Venice. At
this entertainment forks wore used.
The royal guest observed them with
much interest and immediately in
troduced them to the French court.
It seems from tho account of the
ladv. who had never used them be
fore, that some others were in the
Bame predicament. She writes:
They never touched the meat with
their Angers, but with forks, which
they carried to their mouths, bend
ing tbeir necks and bodies over their
There were several saladB. These
they ate with forks, for it is not con
sidered proper to touch the food with
the fingers. However difficult it may
be to manage it, it is thought better
to put the little forked instrument in
the mouth than the fingers.
Then artichokes, asparagus, peas
and beans were brought. It was a
pleasure to watch them try to eat
these with their forks, for some who
were less adroit than the others
dropped as many'on their plates and
on tho way to the mouth as they
were able to get to their mouths.
Afterward a great silver basin and
pitcher of water were brought, and
the truests washed their hands, though
it seems as if there would not be
much scent of meat and grease on
them, for they had touched their
food only with those forked instru
ments. Tho Influence of Fashion.
"We are accustomed to seeing fash
ion represented as an erratic dame
that influences women to go to un
told depths of extravagance and
thus drive men to drink or bank
ruptcy. But there is tho reverse of
the medal, or "another side of the
question," as we are fond of saying,
and this view of Damo Fashion de
picts her as a philanthropist of the
deepest dye, whoso exertions extend
in every direction and affect all of
the civilized nations of the globe.
Tho caprices and changes of fash
ion are many, but they are never en
tirely unheralded. Tho manufac
turer, importer and retailer have
warnings from time to time of what
is coming. It may bo as a rumor
coming as a hint thrown out by some
great authority .on women's dress or
simply floating in the air, elusive, it
is true, but sufficiently taugiblo to
convey an idea to the anxious man
ufacturor or merchant. The changes
como gradually and give all interest
ed a chanco to save themselves. To
bo sure, every season sees somo me
teorliko fancy spring up unawares,
but.it soon disappears, and, like a fall
ing star, is "out of sight and out of
mind." Fashion gives employment
to millions of people, nnd were all
styles in fabrics to remain the same
for threo years it is estimated that
more suffering from want would re
sult than from a European war.
Dry Goods Economist.
The licit Chess Players.
In what part of the world is chess
most honored? Before tho close of
tho last century tho best players were
of tho Latin race Italians, Portu
guese and Spaniards. Their names
wore Greco, Lucena, Solvio, Carrera,
Damiaua and Lopez. Libraries are
crowded with tho works of these
mon on chess or with tho translations
of thoir books. '
After having hold tho chess scepter
for several conturies, tho glory of the
Latin race has departed. It does not
look today as if tho Latins would ovor
wrest victory from thoir conquorors.
Tho great players, whoaro Germans,
Slavs or Auglo-Saxous, havo left us
far in the rear. Tho Jews are tho
great players. I havo had a list rnade
out of tho 02 great chess players of
tho world, and 18 of theso aro Jews.
Somo ni'o from Poland, othors from
Hungary. All tho great Jewish chess
players aro "professional. " Revue
des Doux Mondes.
Tho destination of ono of tho Duch
ess of York's wedding cakes was a
poor homo in tho oaBf ond of Lon
don. Ono of tho cakea was 7 feet C
inches high and weighed between
eight nnd nino hundredweight
Tho finest ancient marblo was thnt
from Paras, called Parian. Tho next
best was from Mount Pontelicus and
Hymottus near Athens. Tho finest
modern marble is from Carrara.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder-No Ammonia; No Alum,
Used In Millions of Homes ao Years rJbe Standai
List of Men Drawn to Deal Out Jus
tice in Circuit Court.
Edward Dupols. Gervals, farmer.
M. H. Craik, Mill City, laborer.
A. G. Jerman, Howell Prairie,farmer.
A. E. West. Salem, butcher.
W. G. Pruuk, EastSilyerton, farmer.
H. G. Souuemann, Euglewood, mor
ohaut. Theodebold Klrscb, Mt. Augel, farmer.
John Scallard, Cbampoeg farmer.
Henry Warren, East SUverton, farm
er. James Coyle, St. Paul, farmer.
C. H. Riches. Turner, capitalist.
Alton Oliuger, Woodburn, merchant.
M. D.-Ramsby, West SUverton, farm
er. Isaac Kouklin, Yew Park, freight
Edward Beck, Aurora, farmer.
Taylor Foster, Detroit farmer,
J. D. Jordan, Salem, capitalist.
J. L. Cook, St. Paul, farmer.
C. B. Beuson, Sublimity,, farmer.
L. V. Ehlen. Bulteville, farmer.
A. J. Pattou, Macleay, farmer.
R. Hs C. Halley, Yew Park, farmer.
O. I. Morris, Turner, farmer.
J. H. Rimmerlie, Woodburn, carpen
ter. W. R. Townsend, Mt. Angel, farmer.
Peter Feller, Butteville, farmer.
J. Allingham, Euglewood, carpeter.
N. F. Ryan, North Salem, capitalist.
V. Dencer, South Salem, farmer.
Frank Parish, Jeflerson, capitalist.
In a Hurry. The disappointed
boomers from Cherokee Strip no doubt
made good time getting out, but the
Lockwood messengers move with great
er velocity than all.
A Reception will be tendered to
Rev. Grannis, the new pastor of the
First M. E. church, Friday evening,
Sept. 22d. Tho express purpose of the
reception is for the pastor to become
acquainted with the members of his
new congregation and the people of the
city. in general. Every one cordially
Good Yield. X. R. Templeton, who
resides near this place, raised 2480 lbs
of peach plums on six trees this yeat
aud procured for the same $24 80, un-
.picked. This ought to demonstrate to
those who are skeptical on the subject
of fruit raising that they are on the
wrong side. Brownsville Times.
Another Branch. O. E. Kruusse
and Wm. Wright left today for Corval
lis, where the latter gentleman expects
to take charge of a new branch shoe
store for Krausse Bros., of this city.
They are a pushing firm, and will no
doubt make a go of it,
New Car House. The Salem Mo
tor Railway Co. has begun work on its
new oar hoiiso in Moruingslde. The
structure will be 24x80 feet, built of
wood, and fln'shed in first-class style.
It is being built with a view to using a
part of it for a power station at some
future time if deemed advisable.
Coroner's Inquest. -Yesterday af
ternoon Coroner Stott held an inquest
over the dead body of Yuon Hing, who
was killed by China Long. Several
witnesses were examined and the factB
developed about as stated in yesterdays
Journal. The verdict or the jury was
NEW YORK HOPS.
Watervllle Times, Sept. 16: Sales or
the '03 crop have been made at 20
and 21o but there has not been large
transactions at tlioe figures. It Is
rather quiet and probably will be until
the hops are in the bale and samples
ready to be shown.
Picking Is practically over with, the
majoilty having finished early In the
week. Saturday night will see the very
few remaining yards pioked. Owing
to the flue weather after the etorms the
quality will be fur better than was ex
peeled at Uiat time. Many claim that
they can show as good a sample as ever
before and they assert that they are
very rich with lupullne. Dealers will
havo a chanco to Judge better of this
when they examine the samples shown.
The quantity grown in this immediate
vicinity is greater than In some of the
adjoining hop regions where the per
cent, less than last year Is placed at 25
to 60. Many about here have more
than last year while enough have lees
to place the crop at about 16 per cent
less than In 1S02,
Payino Cash. Brewster & White
the feed dealers, carry a general stock
of grain and bay feed, and are paying
the highest market prlco for oats, in
spot cash. 3t
WH1TE-HANSHAW. At the home
of the oiUoiatiug clergyman, Rev.
Hutchinson, Miss Ida M. White and
G. D. Hunsbaw, were joined in wed
lock on Sept. 20, 1893.
Their future home will be at the
homestead of the groom, south or Sa
To Trade for Goods.
Valuable timber and farming lands
In Lincoln county in tracts of 10 to 100
acres. Will trade for general merchan
dise. Address, Peek & Russell,
0-5 lm Yuquina, Oregon.
AGAIN. John Holm has again
opened a blacksmith shop in Salem, at
rear of Cook's hotel. All friends in
vited to give him a call, and get work
done in the best manner. 0-6. lm
Opals. We have a few "opal"
plates left, and until they are gone, we
will make opal pictures at a reduced
price. Bperry, the artist, Commercial
street corner Court, Salem. d-tf
Largest Gun in the World.
Is on exhibition at the great world's
fair. You ought to see it. This is the
month of months to visit the fair, pleas
ant days, cool uights, delightful travel
Maximum comfort enroute to Chi
cago on the vestibuled limited trains ot
the Chicago, Union Pacitlo & North
western line. See your nearest Union
Pacinc agent lor rates or otner, informa
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of
100, not cut, for sale at this office at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, two ceuts
a pound. JNext door to tne postoince,
Bids will be received by the asylum
hoard.of trustees, until Uoon, Sept. 18,
1893. for liaulluc brick from tho peni
tentiary to the asylum farm. For par
ticulars, upply to
L. L. Rowland.
Electricity on tho Farm.
The electric motor in country
houses or on a farm maybe used
with a windmill, and the storage of
power produced applied to 6awing
wood, chopping feed and countless
other outside purposes. Possibly be
fore long it will run the mowing ma
chine and the cultivator and take
the place of horses and many men.
But, most and best of all, it can be
used now for lighting a house from
top to bottom, in every closet and
dark place, with perfect safety, with
a soft, daylight luster, the wiring
costing an average of $2.60 a light in
the first place, and the current cost
ing no more than gas. What more
there is for electricity to do in the
house remains to bo seen, but appar
ently it is going to take the place of
the fabled brownie and mako work
easy and life twice as pleasant there.
Harriet Prescott Spofford in Con
erecrntionalist. Walter liesant In Ireland.
While Mr. Besant was at Queens
town on his way to America he left
theEtruria long enough to take a
ride on a jaunting car. He says:
Tho drivers and tho sellers of lace
and of strawberries are more Irish
than anything you over 6aw in Ire
land. Says a wayfarer an artless
son of tho soil to the driver, ' Tis
the top o' th' marnin to ye, Pat."
How beautifully 'Irish I How poet
ical I ' 'Pat. " asks the doubter, ' 'if you
passed that man with no visitors on
your car would he say, "The topo'
th' marnin to you," or would ho 'say
"Marnin, Pat?" Tho dnvor laughs,
"Marnin," ho would say, or nothin at
all." Quito bo. It is a poetical race,
Tho fertile portion of the earth's
surfaco is estimated at 28,269,200
6quaro miles. Tho barren region is
estimated by tho Bame authority as
22,969,000 square miles, divided as
follews: Steppe, 13,901,000; desert,
4,180,000, and polar region, 4,888.000
Manufacture Standard Pressed JJricfc,
Molded Brick in all Patterns for Fronts
and supply the brick for the New Balem Cltv
Hall and nearly all the tine buildings erected
in me mipnui uuy,
Yards near Penitentiary, Salem, Or. 8-3 dw
P. J. LAKSEN & CO.,
Manufacturer of Wagons, Car
Repairing a Specialty.
Shop 45 State street.
Connecting and Primary Clase open
Monday, Sept. 25tli,
Cor. Court and Liberty etreeU, opposite opera
For teacnen and mother wul begin October
3d. at the same place,
Kor particular apply to
Mns. P. S. Knight,
Prlnd j at.
In every direction OUK
HOME MADE GOODS are
sent to all points of the com
pass bringing joy and gladness
to many. Patronize our
GOOD LUCK TO YOU
Good luck to you and eood luck It will
Ibe to every sne who take advantage of ourjB
SCHOOL BOOK SLE.
iNelther a horse shoe or four leaf clover can
Ibrlne you i-uch onDortunltlea. See that
lyour children go to the State street book
Bstore lor their Bcnooi supplies
Booksellers and Stationers.!
08 8TATE STREET.
E. M. WATTE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blanlc Publishers.
Bush's New Brick,over the bank. Com'l street.
Rates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland and Ban
Francisco. First-class In all Its appointments,
its tables are served with the
Grown in the Willamette Valley.
A. 1. WAGNER, Prop.
OPENS SEPTEMBER 37
WILL FUKNIBH THK MUSIC.
A WORLD OP MECHANICS IN MENIATUEE.
TnB SPECIAL FEATURES WILL EOUFBE THOSE OP ANY PREVIOUS "VEAB.
MADAME GIRARD GYER'S PRISMATIC FOUNTAIN
Conltruoted at a cost ol SIO.OCO and throwing a thousand Jets ol water In all the colors of the
rainbow wiu beautify Muslu Hall.
Containing fish ot all varieties found In Oregon waters.have been constructed at great expente
THE ART GALLERY,
Will contain a collection of paintings selected from tbe World's Fair. Among them Ella
burg's celebrated painting Custer' Last Fight. To visit this great Exposition and view 1U
wonders in every department of Art and science, will bn next thing to a vimt to the World f
Fair at Chicago.
REDUCED RATER ON ALL TRANSPORTATION LINES.
For further information address E W ALIEN,
P-2-aw dw Biiperintendent and Secretary.
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prloee.
N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Stt. SALEM, OREGON.
SPEAKING OF JACKETS
We want to remind you that we have an eleimnt linn nf thorn this fall, and art
selling them at prices to suit the times.
Our $5.00 fur trimmed Jacket Is beauty, as are our $5.00 and 16.00 pWB
ones for ladies and misses. tfl
If you want a better Jacket, we have a beautiful line at $8.60, $10.00, $12-
and $15.00. We can save you money on your fail purchases. Try us and ees
no uuu w
We have about six dozen ladiea and misses Ions; cloaks, left over from 1
year. They are a No. 1 garments and in Hue condition. Being out of style
will sell them at any price. Come and see them.
WILLIS BROTHERS & CO.
OfWR'A HOUSE CORNER, - RAT.F.M. OHVPOV
- Westacott &
WANTED A second-hand heating and
cook stove. Also some other rurolture.
Address C, care Jouknal. (M83i
LADIES wishing to make $25 weekly by do
ing writing at tbolr homes, address, In
Closing stamp, MUs Louise Fairfield, South
Bend, Ind. V-18-lt
tajs leu. A gooa second nana x or
T T wagon
Apply or address a. K. Rherk,
C'ODND. A pocket book containing some
JD moner. The owner can set tbo same by
culling at the Blue Fiont and proving proper
LOB l'. A ring of keys. The Under will b
rewardxd oy returning the same to Mof
leu, the bouse mover 9-13-3t
LOST. A pair of brown kid gloves, No. 7,
near postoffice. Leave at Journal office,
uud get reward. 9-13-St
EUHNI3HED ROOMB for light housekeep
ing for rent. No.l82Centerstreeu 9-11-31'
THIS PAPER Is kept on tile at E. O. Date's
Advertising Agency, 61 and 65 Merchants
Exchange, San Francisco, California, when
contract for advertising can be made for it.
CHRISTIAN BClENOE-Llterature of all
kinds on sale at 320 Idberly street. 4-5-ly
Sealed bids will be received by the Trustees
ot the lake Lablsb. Drainage Dlbtrlct, for
deepening tho lower end or their ditch In La
blsh township, T. 6. 8. It. 3 W.
The part to be Improved is fl,S00 feet lone,
3,632 cubic yards oi material will have to be
excavated. The bid must state the amount
that the ditch will bo completed lor.
Plan , profiles and t-peciflcitlons are on file
In the office of K.J!. Henry .engineer in charge
of the work, room 7, Gray Block. Bids munt
be left with him on or before 3 o'clock p. m.
Monday, Sept. 17, lU.
A certified check of $26 must accompany
each bid as evidence" of goed fallh. The right
to reject any and all bids is reserved. 8-lJJUl
A GOOD CHANCE!
All goods at W. M. Bargeanl's will
bo Bold at tbe regular price for tbe next
SO days at 10 per cent, discount for cash.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BUREAU
SALEM, ... Oregon
Private work a specialty.
O. B. CLEMENT, Manager.
Oil OSES "OCTOBER 28