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WOOL AND COTTON
Greatest Stock of Hosiery in the City.
307 Commercial Street.
You are golugto build or tmke any Mndof
im irovemeat, call oa the uuderlttned lot
material. We have a complete stock, and art
ready to supply any prepaied contract, sewer
work, pradlus, etc
Salem Improvement Co.
Tub Ministers The Salem Miuli-
tor's Association has is3Ued a circular
calling upon "all ecclesiastical, educa
tlonal and other religious, moral and
social organizations interested in the
welfare and progress of humanity and
the good name of our growing state to
use every opportunity aud nil leg'ti
mate means to secure notion by the
next legislature that shall result In a
nermuuent chanlalacv iu our state lu-
stltutlouB the lusaue asylum, the pen
itentiary ud the reform school es
pecially." There is evidently some
body around Salem who is not already
on the pay roll of the state government
and wants to get there as soon as possi-.
ble. Portland Dispatch.
Conductors Comino. At the last
council meeting there was read a letter
from Secretary J, M. Forman of the
order of Hallway Conductors, suggest
ing that 200 touring members of his or
der would soon P&33 through. Salem en
route from Portland to Sun Francisco,
and that some steps be taken to give
them a welcome in Salem. Aud upon
motion a committee of three (Messrs.
Albert, Laforo and Gatch) was ap
pointed to muko requisite arrange
ments for the reception aud stay of the
coming delegation, said committee to
act in conjunction with the uoard of
trade in the matter.
Railroad Cueditoiis. List Satur
day a meeting to consider Oregou Pa
cific matters was held at Milt City, as
announced. Superintendent Mulcahy
and Receiver Hadley and 150 creditors
of tho road, were present. W. H.
Burns was elected chairman of the
meeting. Tho uclion tukeu was u reso
lution that tho creditors should first
present their claims to tho receiver, If
not paid, thou to tho courts then to ap
peal to the governor,
Old Editok. The remains of Mr.
John A. Dean, editor of the Oregon
Populist, was laid to rest yesterday in
tho city cetnetery by friends. No rela
tives were present to assist iu tho cere
monies, it being impossible for them to
reaoh here lu season. Rev. Mr. Long
bottom, pastor of the Cumberland Pres
byterian church, conducted the services
and au abundauco of tlorul decorations
wero prepared for the gravo. Albany
Herald, Oct. 4.
W. R. O. Bociai.. Tho Indies of
Sedgwick Corps will give ouo of their
popular sociables at G. A. R. hull.Mon
day oveniug Oct. 0th. A choice liter
erary aud social program will be had,
lunch lu good old fashioned quantities,
and u good time In general, Every
THE CAPITAL. Ju Salem the
unmo Capital la being applied to nu
merous business enterprises, It is pop
ular and us a rule a winner. Most con
spicuous among these is the "Capital
Tea" put up for Clark & Epploy. They
hnvo just received another largo con
signment aud It goes like hot cakes.
A Hint. Tho btagea running be
tween tbodlilwrent towns should have
tho names of their towus printed iu
plain letters on the sides of their ve
hicles. It would bo a great convenience
to the public, and make some busiuess
for the stage owners.
Am. Know It, Patrous who want
to go to a storo nnd be euro of iludtug
the beat of everything In their lino with
out going further, nil go to Van Eaton's
old reliable grocery store,
BON8 0K Vetkuans. Regular, mcet
Jug tonight at Good Templurs hall, at
Capital City Drug Store,
LUNN & BROOKS,
AND SHOE COMPANY,
City politics begins to be talked up.
More good weather for the street
car companies but hard on the men
Married, at the residence of Dr. E.
Y. Chase, in Lincoln, Or., Wednesday,
October 0, 1893, C. D. Purvine and Miss
Hanna Hileman, both of Lincoln. The
contracting parties are well known in
Salem where the bride lived several
years. Give the great conductor's
ixcursiou a freo pass. Born, in Port-
ind, September 22, 1893, to Mr. and
Mrs. Ira E. Allen, u daughter. Mrs.
Vilen is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
Bowersox of this city Revival at
the Christian church continues. The
cose of F. Arnold and W.F.Hughes
igalnst Albert Clement for the collec
tion of a threshing charge of $21.50 was
Heard before Justice Edes yesterday,
Judgment for plalutlil. D. J. Fry,
the druggist, and family are home from
the East. Democrats are wondering
whether "Dan" carries that postofllce
commission in his pocket. Mrs. W.
J. Plymale and daughter, Miss Emma,
of Jacksonville, will be the guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. Jones of Yew Park
for a short time. Attorney L. K
Adams, who urgued the Soldier's home
case before the supreme court, returned
home today.... Gen. W. H. Byurs, of
Portland, was in the city this morning
W. S. Hurst, the Aurora miller,
was a Salem visitor today Mr. aud
Mrs. E. M. Croibau and Mr, aud Mrs.
D. H. Looney, of Jell'erson, started to
day for a visit to the world's fulr
Sherifl John Knight Is In the north
part of the county Miss Julia Mets-
cliun Is lu Portland for a few days
rftuto Health Oillcer Alfred Kinney In
forms the governor that no vessel with
fectious or contagious diseases has land
ed at that port the past three months.
Capt. J. Q. Barnes, of the Few
York Racket Store, who has been ser
iously ill for a short time, is again at
his poss. Mrs. Barnes Is also rapidly
Improving The steamer Elwood ex
pects to come up Saturday to begin
regulur.trips for the seusou.
Dr. 8. (Browne, who has been quite
111 since Sunday Inst is doing nicely at
his residence, on South Commercial
Headquarters for all dally papers, at
J. L. Beuuett's post ofllce block news
One deed was recorded today Den
nis Eddy and wife to A. J. Cooley aud
wife, tract at Silvertou, 12,500.
All kinds of rubber boots aud shoes
lor hulled, gents aud childreu at the
New York Racket at close prices. 2dlw
Diet. Judgo A. J. Abbott, of Garden
City, Kansas, a couiiu of Mrs. Dr.
Minthorn, Is visiting friends at Salem
and says he Is coming to Oregou when
his term expires.
Banker I). F. Douglas, or West Mil-
mil, siiiu, la u guvoi m i iui, .uuugms iu-1
the Polytechnic institute
Now lino of while French sailors, re
ceived today, at Mrs. Fiester's, Court
street millinery rooms.
Hosiery of best quality at low prices
at the New York Racket. 10 6 S.MI w
To purify, vitalize and enrich tho blood
and give nerve, bodily and digestive
strength, take Hood's Hnrsaparllla. I
Coutlnuo tho medicine after every
meal for a month or two and you wlil
full! 4111 !,.. ., .,, .,, II rPI. ......1, fi
, ..nv ,. nwn tt.nu, x ug iiici u ill
Hood's Bursaparllla Is proven bv Its
thousands of wouderful cures. Why ,
don't you try It? I
Hood's Pills euro couBtlnatlon. Thev '
are the best after-dinner pill and family
ItKLiciioua, Rovlval services at the
Christian church each evening this
week, at 7:30, Come aud hear good
preaching ami good singing. Strang-
era uuruinny inviieu.
Light and, Powkk. Articles ofln
corporation wero today tiled hy the
irillshoro Ulectrlo Light & Water Co.,
with u capital of $10,000, AIo hy the
nnwrnn KTcJitttl ait 4 V f Dstvl Idml
OIIIOUIT COURT DOCKET.
Ordor of Cases to be Heard by Judgo
Burnett, Monday, Oct. 0.
62. John W. Fromader, vs. William
Hoppe, action for money.
63. W. L. Wade vs. W. W. Hep
burn and N.
M. Hepburn, action for i
64. McKinley Mitchell vs. N. La
fontaine, action for money.
65. H. & L. Black vs. H. S. Simon,
action for money.
66. D. H. Ambrose vs. W.D McGee
and Eva McOee, action for mouey.
67. Fred Schwab et nl, vp. Joseph
Hessing, suit for possession of laud.
68. Almyra Sutton vs. J. T. and
Edith Kerns aud Leauder Brown, fore
closure of mortgage.
59. John Savage vs S. A. Staver et
a!., foreclosure of mortgage.
60. John Savage vs. T. H. and
Arthur Wilson, action for money.
61. J. D. Carter vs. Chas. M. Philips
and Cora M. Phillips, action for money.
62. B. Phelps vs. J. M. Brown, writ
63. J. F. Beggs, vs, F. B. Mlze, ac
tion for money.
64. Bank of Woodburn vs D. L.
Remington, foreclosure of mortgage.
65. J. G. Wright vs Wm. Holcomb
aud Mary E. Holcomb, action for
06. First National bank of Salem vs
W. M. Ludue, et ux., foreclosure of
67. R. B. Duucan vs B. S. Rida
baugh etal, action for money.
GS. J. L. Mitchell & J. H. Lunn vs
T. C. Rutherford, action for mouey.
69. Mathtas Butula vs Mathew
Hankness et ux, action for money.
-70. Oregon L'ud Co. and H. P. Mc-
Nary, trustee, vs W. H. Stubblns, et al
71. Oregon Land Co. and H. P. Mc-
Nary trustee, vs. H.T.Cofleeetal, lore
closure' 72. Oregon Land Co. and H. P. Mc
Nary, trustee vs E. F. Cragiu et al fore
closure. 73. McKinley Mitchell vs U. C. aud
Margaret Loren, action for money.
4. .Lewis &Dryden muting Co. vs
Sophia Reeves, appellant, uppeal from
75. Allie Brewer vs John H. Brewer
77. Jno. M. Wolford vs. R. David
and Emma David, action for money.
78. L. J. Kemp vs. A. F. Gooch, no
tion for money.
79. T. M. Wltten vs. J. E. Barte
laud and J. B. Standard, foreclosure of
80. James Neil, 'appellant and plaint
itr, vs. A. R. Rickard, respondent and
defendent, appeal from jutlce's court.
81. A. Bush, vs. S. Z.MItchell et al.,
action for money.
82. Broat&Gile, appellants, vs. H.
Earl, appeal from justice court
Stella Mlze, vs. F. B. Mlze, di-
84. Kwong Chung Lurg ;& Co. vs.
Bow Slog, nctlou for money.
85. Kwong Chung Lung & Co. vs,
Uon Jong King and Cnan He Jong, ac
tion for money.
86. Kwong Chung Lurig & Co., vs.
Chan Chong You, action for money.
87. J. W. Beaty vs. T. F. Goodrich,
uctlon for money.
88. Scott M. Wilcox vs. Lottie M.
89. Mary A. Kirk vs. John Kirk, dl
vorce. 90. Robert Russell vs. R. L. Swarlz.
ncltan for money.
91. H. A. Thomas vs. C. E. Will
iams et al., foreclosure of mortgage.
02. ArchioT. Edmondson et at., vs.
Musa Miller aud D. J. Miller, nartitiou.
93. Geo W. Hollister vs. State of
Oregon, writ of review.
94. L. M. Kirk ys. J. H. Scott and
I. N. Beutiey, actiou for money.
05. Peter Zeliuski vs. J. K. P. Far-
rens and Meliuda Furrens, action for
90. J. H. Beltlemier vs. Southern Pa
cltlo Co., action to recover money.
07. Frank Chapelle vs. Martin Worn
polo, suit to establish bouudury lino.
OS. Alexander Snoutr va "J. M.
Bpong, action for money.
00. A. J. Busey vs. M. E. Howard
et al., foreclosure of mortgage.
100. James Bell vs. Order of St. Ben
edict, action for money.
101. A Bush vs. C.N. Tauuoraud
J. A. Tanner, action for money.
102. Allen Smith vs. Green Basin
Lumbering Co., et nl., action for
103. N. Goodman & Sons va. Riley
J. Rltchey, action for money.
104. Rudolph Wel'dman vs. Jacob
Weldmau, action for money.
105. T. F. Goodrloh vs. J. Beaty,
notion for mouey.
h IS L la Xg& (E22E3 t0
Thconly Pure Crcm of TarUr PowderNo Ammonia; No Alum.
Used xn Millious of Homes 40 Years the Stsndaxd
'i'0 PAY DEBTS WITH WARRANTS.
A Proposition in City Government
Discussed Pro and Con.
Tho committee on ordinances at the
hst council meeting submitted the fol
tawlrg repert: "To tho Hon. mayor
aud common council of the cltvofSal-
em: Your committee on ordinances to
which wns referred 'a bill forau ordlu-
nnce providing that all moneys, ex
cepting lines, forfeitures, penalties and
costs payable to-the city of Salem may
bo paid In gold coin or city warrants,'
begs leave to report, that section 1,
which evidently aims to make all taxis,
licenses, and one class only of assess
ments payablo In gold or sliver coin or
city warrants by the use of the words
'and all other moneys tlue the city of
Salem excepting flues, penalties for
feitures and costs,' thereby makes nil
assess in euta bo payable but does not
make the excepted items payable lu
"While section 2 attempts to provide
for the pay men of special fund assess
ment iu special fuud warrants, but as
these assessments are included in 'all
other sums due theoity,' provided for
in section 1. the payor has the option to
pay special assessments In warrants on
the general fuud.
"Sections 1 and 2 both attempt to
I'mit the leual tender nower of United
-TT .. .
States silver coin to the sum of ten dol
Urs, a power not conferred by the
''Section 3 provides that tho provis
ions of this ord'nauce shall not be
deemed to apply to the payment of in -
debteduess of Thomas Holman to the
jity etc., and under It said indebted
ness is not payable in either United
States gold or silver coin or city war.
"As being relevant to the provisions
and counter provisions of this proposed
ordinance, your committee begs to
quote from section 2850, chapter 17,
title 7 of Miscellaneous laws (page 1316
Hill's Code) as follows, 'all taxes levied
i n this state by authority of the state
ra muuicipal corporation therein, upon
any person or property iu this state,
-hall be co'lected and paid in gold or
Mlver coin of the United States aud
"Section 7 of the old, and section 33
of the present charter, both provide, re
ferring to the Hen docket, that 'from
the date of the entry therein of an as
sessment upou a lot or part thereof, the
una so entered is to be deemed a tax
1.t?t? nnr! ft Han Mioronn '
"As to the payment of certain street
improvement assessments, all of which
-are long since delinquent, which section ;
1 of this bill aims to make payable in '
city warrants, section 75 of our present
charter provides that 'no proceeding
for the collection of taxes or assessment j
or sale of property shall be effected by j
this act, but the marshal shall proceed
to enforce the same by virtue of this.
act,' and section 33 of the charter under ,
which such delinquent assessments
were made, provides that they must be
paio iu gold or silver coin of the United
"Under our present assessment and
taxation laws, city taxes must be col
lected by the county sherfffand be paid
as the state law above referred to re
quires, viz; 'iu gold or silver coin of the
"Your committee recommends tho
indefinite postponement of the ordin
ance." A motion to adopt the report of the
committee was lost on an aye and nuy
vote as follews: Ayes Smith, Cross
aud Albert; noes Lafore, Gray and
Klein, the chair castlug a negative vote
on the tie. The ordlnauco on reaching
the vote on passage, was by an Inter
vening motion, referred to the city at
torney with orders to report at next reg
As this is a matter of greatest impor
tance to city government we reprint
the Lafore erdinance:
"Sectlou 1. All taxes, licenses, as
sessments for street purpose where war
rants in payment therefor have
been drawn on the general fund,
and all other moneys due to tho city of
Salem, excepting flues, forfeltures.peu
altles and costs Imposed by and collect
ed under any Judgment of the record
er's court or of auy other court, shall
be paid lu gold coin of the United States
of America or lu city warrants of the
city pf Salt m, drawn on the general
fuuds of the city of Salem, aud en
dorsed 'not raid for waut of funds,'
provided that sums not exceeding $10
may be paid iu silver coin of theUulted
States of America.
Section 2. Assessments for street
improvements or for the construction
of sewers or other Improvements where
the sum is payable Into a special fund,
eli ill be paid in gold coin of tho United
States of America, or lu warrant of
the city of Salem, drawn on such spe
clnl fund, provided, however, that sunn
not exceeding (10 may bo paid In silver
coin of tho United States of Amerlc.".
"Section 3. The provision of this or
dinance shall not be deemed to npp'y
to the payment of the principal or In
terest of the indebtedness of Thomns
Holman to the city of Salem, for the
purchaso of the properly of tho city of
Salem, sold to said Holman at the
southeast corner of State and Liberty
"Section 4. All ordinances mid parts
of ordinances in conflict herewith are
Postmaster Gilbert: "The city ought
to take its own paperas any other, busi
Alderman Klein: "The city should
take Its paper, but holders of old war
rants should not be placed at a disad
vantage because holdern of newer ones
happeu to owe the city."
I A banker: "It is a struggle to get
coin in place of warrants to do busiuess
Tne city attorneys say the city can
not refuse to take its own warrants for
any debt owed the city.
Anotner banger: "U used to be so
inai wuen luere was over uw in tne
I'll v trpnmirv. na thA trpnnllrur'a rnnnrt.
,cny treasury, as toe treasurers report
sbows,city warrants did not go begging
at a discount."
Mayor uatcu: "if tne city pays a
man in warrants, and he comes to owe
the city It is au injustice for the city to
, refl,8e to rtceivo ltB OWD PaPer- II w,1
soon be time to pay taxes, and the city
warrants are as good as gold for that
Ed. Cross. "If we are going to take
warrants for taxes, saloon licenses and
street assessments, where will the
money come from to run ourcity ? The
city will not get money for necessary
expenses, and holders of large war
rants will never get the money they
advanced to the city in time of need."
A number of others 'were seen and
expressed a variety of opinions.
Of ladies' aud children's trimmed
hats for $1 00, $t 50, $2.00, $2.50. Friday
and Saturday, ut Mrs. D. L. Fiester's,
Court street milliner, Salem.
Salem, Oct. 5, 1893.
Julias Durkheimer, respondent, vs.
S. A, Hellnerand S. Ottenheimer, ap
pellants ' Appeal from Baker county,
re-argued aud submitted.
On motion Alfred E. Reams was ad
mitted upon certificate from the Su
preme Court of Virginia, to practice in
all the courts of this state.
Remnants of dress goods, 80 per cent,
wool, at the New York Racket, running
from one to 1th yards each, the latest
shades In the market,
worth 50 cents
cents per yard.
but will be sold at
Call and see them.
RAMP JONES.-In the M. E. par
sonage, Brooks, Marion Co., Oregou,
Mrs. Aggie Ramp and Mr. Harrison
Jones, on the 4th day of October, 1893,
Rev. T. F. Royal, offlclatlng,
Mr. Jones is a prominent merchant
of Brooks, and the bride Is a daughter
of A. Imlah, Esq, of Falrfleld. Both
are leading and influential citizens of
Brooks, where they will continue to re
side. They left immediately for a tour
on the Sound.
RINGO-M'KEY At the Willamette
hotel at 12:30, Oct 6, 1893, Mr. C. N
McKey and Katie B. Riuco, both o
Marion county, Rev. I. B. Fisher of
healthy flesh nature never
burdens the body with too
much sound flesh. Loss of
flesh usually indicates poor as
similation, which causes the
loss of the best that's in food,
the fat-forming element.
of pure cod liver oil with hypo,
phosphites contains the very
essence of all foods. In no oth
er form can so much nutrition
be taken and assimilated. Its
range of usefulness has no limita-
tion where weakness exists.
Pwptr.4 br Saott Jk Bon. Oh.mUU.
Nw York. Sold If all dru(uU.
Largest Qun In the World.
Is on exhibition at the great world's
fair. You ouht to Bee It. This is the
montn or months to visit the falr.pleas
ant days, cool ulghts, dellghifultravel
Maximum comfort enroute to Chi.
cago on the vestlbuleri limited trains ot
the Chicago, Union Pacitio &, North
western Hue. See your nearest Union
Pacific agent for rates or other Informa
tion. 12-0 tf
The Southern Paclllo has placed the
price of round trip tiokets. irood for 10
days to the Portland exposition at 13 35.
Including one admission to the exposl
tion. Tickets on sale Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays only, tf
Not old chestnuts, and host of
The Newest and Lowest Prices
of all wool home-made cloth
ing at the
0 tdWiVi STORt
GOOD LUCK TO YOU
Good luck to yon and irnnd luck It will
be to every ene who take advantage of our
SCHOOL BOOK SALE.
Nell her a horse-shoe or lour leaf clover can
Pjyour children go to the State street book
urins you men onnortiiniiiRn. Kja thai
a-iioro lor tueir school supplies
IBoolcsellera and Stationers.!
08 STATE 8TKEKT.
E. M. WATTE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Bush's New Brlck.over the bank, Com'l street.
Kates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland and Ban
Francisco. Firsts-class In all iu appointments.
IU tables are served with the
Grown in the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
FRESH REFRIGERATED MEATS
316 Commercial Street, Salem.
Only the Best Stock Bought. -8B- Only the Best Meats Bold.
Good service. Prompt delivery.
MITCHELL, WRIGHT 5 CO,
24o Commercial Street.
American Fire Insurance Co., Phila.
Home Insurance Co., New York.
Norwich-Union Ins. Co., Liverpool.
Palatine Insurance Co,. Manchester.
Over One Million Dollars Deposited With State Treasurer of Oregon for
Protection of Policy Holders la Oregon only.
All Losses Adjusted and Paid Through Salem Agency on Policies Written
in Marion, Folk, Yamhill and Linn Counties.
Also Write Life and Acchleut Insurance In Best Com pa u lea in tho World.
F. T. HART, LEADS
247 COMMERCIAL STREET.
ANOTHER NEW LINE
Of Jackets arrived vesterdav from inwVnrir t.,iim Mnnnf nfTnrd to mis
I tbee. aa they are all of the latest styles. We have marked the prices low, to
'suit the times. Prices range from. M60 to 115.00. We can save you money on
Jackets. Try us and Bee.
POPULAR LINES OR NEW DRESS GOODS,
Plaids, Plain, Changeable and Hopsaoklng effects, at prices from 26o to 35c,-40c,
60c and 75c, for splendid values.
THOSE LONG CLOAKS
Left over from last year are going fast IJ you want a bargain hurry up and
get one or them. If you And one to suit you there will be no trouble about the
price. We are selling them at less than half price.
WILLIS BROTHERS & CO.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, - BALXM, OREGON
HuMen's and boys' clothing never so chan.
T ADIK.H Wlshlnir in mnborK.u. .r" I
JLl lDKwrltlnBav their homes" Vaafei7?
tnump. Mis, Iulse F.'imefc
WCOD WANTED.-I00 flue 2-ytarolil tori
trees to trade lor wood. Good wr$G
inquire otCB. Clement. uis
ACKK3 AT A BAUGAlN-fnr rt 1
trade. Ten acres lmorovul. lih v3 i
buildings, on railroad.
rullrn,..! will .J. .."! I
wagon as pan payment, or some eciod
.. ... ia&a icgmut I
A. Clark, on IBIh street. S-lem oi
31HI!.PA-EE.B u fcoPto" Ale at E. o. Stiit
. Advertising Agency, U and 65 Mcrchtatt
xchanee. Sau Francis, iiirnmi. XZrl
contract for advertising can be nude for U
Uuiwoi iaxm nuiniiMUJS-i.uerature of m
klndsoasaleatffiM Liberty street. -iJ
CHAS. GREEN, SON, BRAINARD 4 CO.,
omco above Williams & KngUnd't tank.
al8Dl. (Imwnn Inirilixl In .oil """i I
' H. C. WHITNAtf, Alt.
Manulacture8landard Pressed Brick, '
Molded Brick In all Patterns for Froiili
and supply the brick lor the NewBalemCIrt
Hall and nearly oil the line bulld'ngserecW
In the Capital city.
t ards near I'enltentlary, Salem, Or. 8 S d
Connectlngand Primary Classetopea
Monday, Sept. 25tli,
Oor. Court and .Liberty streets, opposite open
For teachers and mothers will begin October
3d. at the same place.
For particulars apply to
Mrs. P. S. Knight,
Western Assurance, Toronto, Canada.
Lancashire, Manchester, Eug.
Home Mutual, Ban Francisco, Cal,