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OVtSXSG OAFFi'JL& JOtmNAi, tfBIDAY, OCTOBEB J, 1SJ3.
WOOL AND COTTON
THE PALACE ANDDSHOEGCOMPANY,
307 Commercial Street.
- IF -
You are gotnito build or mike any Undo'
Imirovemeat, cMl oa tins aaler giifJ Jo
malarial. We have a complete stock, and an
ready to supply any p-epatod contract, sewei
work, trading, et?.
Salem Improvement Co.
Marion County Court.-Vie werr
ofR. A. Wilzel road made report and'
ordered established and opened. Same
aetion in the L. R. Hughes road. Peti
UonofT. W. FritUet al, forcountj
road not granted or reason J hat there
woa no evidence on file that signers of
the petition are householders and resi
dents of Marion county. Frauds Rey
mond. an acted and disabled French
man of St. Paul, was admitted to the
county bouse, R. O. Caldwell was al
lowed 525 for the care of Nathan Boyd
a pauper who died at his place. The
bills of Tl mon Ford and W. M. Kalsei
for $500 and D'Arcy & Blugbam also
$500 for Ie al fervice in the case of thi
big bridge contractors against the coun
ty, were laid over for explanation.
Force of Habit. A reporter of
this paper Inadvertently borrowed and
carried away a fine, oug, sharp pointed
lead pencil belonging to County Judge
Hubbard the other day. It being
about the first of the month, very
much to our surprise when peoplo came
in co lecting bil a an uncontroll ble de
sire seemed to come over the hand
holding the pencil to scratch aud cut
down and reject nearly every bill. At
last we discovered that it was Judge
Hubbard's pencil that was causing all
tho trouble. It seemed to act instiuct
Ively, from force of habit and it was
not until we laid it aside that we could
pay any bl 1 Just as it was presented.
It seems that the Judge had sharpened
1, up especially for this term of court.
It beats tho planchott- all hollow.
Fiau Supply. Salem's principal
Bupply at present comes from Yaquiua
bay. Tho Salmon ruu contluucs at Ya
quiua. Fishermen catch from forty to
one hundred fish per night, nearly all
Silver-sides, weighing from 8 to 24
pounds, A. K. William" has salted
down a large numb r, but most of the
catch goes to Port aud, where it is
Bold at from two to two and one-half
cents per pound. But few Chinook
Salmon have been captured in the bay
this season, and tho run as a whole has
been much less than usual.
Will Pay Half. Today receiver
Hadley notified the men who have been
furnUhiog wood for the Oregon Pacific,
sumo of which was recent y shlppe.i to
the Ban Francisco market, that they
would bo paid half the amount of their
claims on next Saturday. By dis
counting the Sau FrunclHCo bills the
company has received tho money lor
tho purpose. This Is the matter over
which tho receut meetings were
held up the SantUtn, Albany Demo
crat. AGukatFkiht. The great battle
between the Associated Press aud the
United Press has beon red. hot for a
week. Tho struggle between these
rival news gathering ageuclea has re
sulted in almost wiplug out the United
Press, twenty-live of the largest news
papers In our country having left it
aud gono over In a body to tho Assso
dated. This cono-ma readers of Tiik
Journal uot n little, because it will
add Just that rnuoh to tho completeness
of our dally report.
Build Sheds. Tho soaring rains
will not Improvo tho quality of brick
piled up on High etivet to be used
tome time uext year on tho new cliy
kail. Sheda should be built over them.
Reainauts of drees goods, 60 per cent.
weeJ, at- tho New York Rneket.rumilng
tram o&e to 8 yurtU each, tho latest
bJmmImIb tho market, worth 60ctuts
but will be sold at 25 cents per yuid.
Call and see them. 10 5-i.'d 1 w
Capital City Drug Store,
' UJNN A BROOKS,
Hosiery in the City.
Hon. Geo. W.Davis la at the Portland
exposition for a day.
The bops on the Lewis Pettyjohn
md Al. Pettyjohn places were sold to
lay to the Meekersat 18 cents.
Two vags were before Recorder Edes
this morning, and were sentenced.
Miss Netta Remington of Arlington,
is in the city, the guest of Miss Daisie
3iesendolTer Miss Lena Victor
went to Portland today on a visit.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Card-
Wednesday, Ocu 4, a girl Hampton
Park. There was a grand pyrotech
nic display at the corner of State and
Commercial streets at 9 p. m. last
alght. Wires crossed, electric sparks'
flew, the cars on all lines stopped for a
while, a number of telephones were
turned out, and messenger call boxes
were disorganized. Very heavy
rains last night S. E. Howard, A.
Z. Rouerta aud Will Bennett were ap
pointed a Sons of Veterans' committee
to assist the Woman's Relief Corps in
arrangements for the social Monday
night. Now is the time to pot gar
den geraniums, plant cuttings, set out
fruit trees and grapevines. Jay Cox
is at Portland for a few days. Jos.
Lowrie of Aurora, was a Salem visitor
yesterday. ol. N. B. Kuight is at
Klamath Falls.-Mr. aud Mrs. P. B.
Beckley, of Oakland are in this city the
gucitaof Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Down
ing Senator Steiwer of Wasco coun
ty came up from Portland last evening
aud is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
erick Steiwer of Liberty street. J.
M. Scott, a former resident of Salem,
has arrived with lita family from Ac-
chinson, Kansas, and will make Salem
his home. Mr. Scott was a resident of
Salem for twelve years. D. D. Keel-
er is making a great success of his feed
ing stables', near the big bridge. The
beautiful dutiful rain is welcomed by
many. Revival services tonight at
the Christian church. Preaching by
J. W. Smith. Subject "What is it
to bo a Christian?" Everybody cor
dially invited. . .Ladles will find rare
bargains iu lamps and china ware, at
Sroat & Gile's closing out sale Burke
block. Mrs. Sharing, of Astoria,
aged 60 years, was today committed to
the asylum. Prof. Cootncr, of the 2d
Rt-gt. baud went to Portland today.
The Duke-McClellaud hop bouse fire
was today settled by the Insurance
company Mrs. R. D. Gilbert went
to Portland this afternoon, accompa
nied by her brother, Senator 8leiwer.
E. C Pattou lain Portland At
torney V. H. Holmes went to Ponlaud
today Vicor General Blanchett and
Father Brosaeau we.ro Salem visitors
today Mrs. L. T. Butterfhld and
Miss Parker of Portland were Iu the
city yesterday, the guests of Mrs. Kin
sey aud MIbs O. M. Capwell, respect
ively. They returned this afternoon.
Grosses a Live Wire and is Almost
At 11:45 today a large bay express
horse came In contact with a fine steel
tolephone wlro croj&od with a power
wire at the new city hall aud the horse
fell oa if dead, Tue animal expired iu I
ten minutes. Aftr the wire was cut it '
burned a bluflime.
The expressman, driver and owner,
Mr. Damon, Jumped out and risked his
life In his efforts to save the animal but
could nn succeed In rescuing IU It
Was a good four year old horse, worth
Search Warrant. A lodging
house case of crimiual nature la in the
justice court. Attorney H, J. Digger
gut out a search warrant lu Jude'
iltttohelor'a court against Stella WIN'
sou's establishment, on Ferry street, ou
oomplalut of two women lodgers. The '
hearing was continued to 4 p. iu. Sat
Take Simmons Liver Regulator tore-
Imovu wie one, uicur tuo ueau uuu re
atore UigeatloH. J
SUPREME COURT CALENDAR.
The Causes for Hearing at the Pres
ent Term, by Districts.
Following Is the calendar of cases for
bearing by the Oregon supreme court
for the term now sitting, the two al
ready beard the soldiers1 home case
from Linn county and a private case
from Baker county being omitted
from the list:
Alonzo Nutt, resp., v. Southern Pa
cific Co., app.
' SKCOND DISTRICT.
Polaud Ward, resp., v. Southern Pa
cific Co., app.
David Cherry, app,, v. Lane county,
A. Bush, resp., .v. Sol. Abrahams,
Elizabeth Snider, resp. v. John, Y.E.
and Elizabeth Johnson, appa.
James Calvert, resp., v. Idaho
Stage Co.. app.
R. M. Wade et al., reps., y. J. J.
Wm. Deeriug & Co., apps. v. Creigh
ton fe Quincy, resp.
Newton Williams, app. v. Toledo
Co. et al., resps.
Louisa P. Osburn, resp. v. M. B.
Ketchum et al., defendants and appel
lants. P. Avery and James Hayes, resps. y.
B. R. Job et al., apps.
Anna Forsytbe, app., v. M. E. and
Ada Pogue, resp.
City of Salem, app., v. Marion coun
Ell Branson, app., v. Henry Gee,
State of Oregon, resp., v. Linn coun
Henry C. Sterling, estate, W. A. Cu
tick, et al., app., v. Seth R. Hammer,
Salem improvement Co. et al., app,
v, James McCourt et al., resp.
J. H. Van Bibber, resp. Hugh Fields,
Mary Cougili, resp., v. Farmers' &
Merchants' Insurance Co., app.
J. E. Miller, assignee of L. Bentley,
resp., v. H Hirschberg, app.
Minerva Aune Dice, app., v. Mary E.
and George Macauley, reap.
Vulcan Iron worKs, app., v. J. D.Ed
Jesse T.Cook etal., plalntifls and
resps., v. E. M. Crolsan, app.
J. E. Miller, assige of L. Bentley,
app., v. H. Hirschberg.
Clark Bros., reap., v. Philip Wick,
Geo. W. Edgar et al., app., v. David
W. Edgai et al., resp.
E. J. Harding, app., v. B.J. Grim,
J. W. Vedder,app.,v. Marion county,
Geo. W. Whlteaker, app., v. Jennie
G. Wingate, app., v. City of Astoria
and C. W. Loughery, resp.
M.S. and W. E. Warren, app.; v.
City of Astoria, aud C. W. Loughery,
Hambliu Real Estate Co., app., v.
City of Astoria and C. W. Loughery,
M. 8. Warren, reap., v. W. C. Crosby
mayor of Astoria; 6t al, app.
Nancy Welch, app., v. City of Astor
ia and C. W. Loughery.
Astor Land & Trust Co., app., v. City
of Astoria aud C. W. Loughery,
D. H. Welch and Mary I. Herren,
app., v. City of Astoria and 0. W.
Irene C. Parker et al, app., v. City of
Astoria aud C. W.Li uguery.
Johu Honeymau & Co, app., v. Col
umbia River Quarrying Co., defeuduuU
J. F. Fercbeu, plaintiff and resp. v.
Samuel Ardt et al, defendant and
August C. and Wilbeltnlua Kanne,
app., v. William and Agnes Otty,
SUVENTII JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
H. A. Bel nap it Sous, resp, v. C. M.
and Mamie Charlton, app.
A. W. Hough resp., v. A. Hough,
Ah Doon, app, v. C.
Connor Bros, reap, v
S. Smith, resp.
N. J. Lambert
Wm. P. Claik,
Connor Bros. resp. v
8. R. Husbands, ann.. v. J. L. Mosier
N. E. MJftlt, resp, v. Mrs, Mary and
J, B. McGruth, app.
All kiuds of-rubber boots aud shoes
for ladles, gents and children at tho
New York Racket at oloeo prices. 2dlw
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.No Ammonia; No Alum.
TJm ia Millions of Homes 40 Years th Staad&ri
THE CAPITAL. In Salem the!
name Capital Is being applied to nu
merous business enterprises. It is pop
ular and as a rule a winner. Most con
spicuous among these is the "Capital
Tea" put up for Clark fc Eppley. They
have just received another large con
signment and It goes like hot cakes.
For Chicago. Sunday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Krausse, Mrs. J. J.
Dalrymple and Miss Carrie Moores
leave Portland for Chicago, to visit
the world's fair. Thence Mrs. Krausse
and Mrs. Dalrymple go to Boston for a
visit. They will also visit at the home
of Mr. -Krausse in Illinois.
Willamette Presbytery. The
regular session of this body meets In
Salem, Monday, Oct. 9th, at 1 o'clock,
p.m. Rev. Dr. Thompson. well-known
here, delivers the opening sermon in
the evening. The ladies' Presbyterian
missionary Bociety meets Tuesday at
the same place.
Masonic The Royal Arch masons
meet iu State commandry at Eugene
next Thursday, Fridady and Saturday.
DeMoiay commandry of this city,
(called Dr. Malloy's by one ignorant
paper,) will get a charter at the Eu
gene meeting and a large Salem delega
tion will be present.
Relioious. Revival services at the
Christian church each evening this
week, at 7:30. Come and hear good
preaching and good singing. Strang
ers cordially invited.
Simmons Liver Regulator has never
been known to fail to cure all liver dis
Boats. Trie Three Sisters came up
from Portland this afternoon bringing
200 barrels of lime and 100 of cement
for the Balem Improvement compauy.
The Elwood came down with 100 bales
Hop Farm Bought. The Meiner
bop farm has been bought by Senator
Jeff Myers for $8,000. It has a bop
house aud $1,600 residence. He will
lease it out to hop tenants.
The Cheapest. Have the Daily
Journal left at your office or resi
dence. Only 60 cts a mouth. By mail
25 cts a month.
All Know It. Patrons who want
to go to a store and be sure of finding
the best of everytbingin theirline with
out going further, all go to Van Eaton's
old reliable grocery store.
Headquarters for all daily papers, at
J. L. Bennett's post office block news
Hosiery of best quality at low prices
at the New York Racket. 10 5 2dlw
jerseys. At Bnarpe'a dairy are
kept as fine a herd of Jersey cows as
you wisn to see. Tuat Is wuy tney sell
sucn excellent runs ana cream.
Save your fare and go to "The
Fair," 108 Commercial street.
W. R. C. Social. The ladies of
Sedgwick Corps will give one of their
popular sociables at G. A. R. hall.Mon
day evenlug Oct. 9th. A choice llter
erary and social program will be had,
lunch In good old fashioned quantities,
and a good time in general. Every
Our trade bus never been so good as
now, which must be owing to the im
mense line we carry, and tho fact that
we are selling at prices that can not be
beaten anywhere. Krausse Bros.
Prices Cut Dearborn the book
seller has cut the prices of school books
fully 20 per cent, which will save all
buyers one dollar on every five. The
people appreciate this sacrifice, and buj
their books of Dearborn.
The Fishway. Work has been
commenced on the fishway at the falls
of the Willamette at Oregon City. Iu
tho opinion of TJulted States, Com
missioner McDouald, the construction
of this passageway will be of incalcul
able benefit to the upper Willamette
aud to the salmon industry of the
statea. The fishway Is to be con
structed under the provisions of the
of the bill introduced in the Oregon
legislature by representative M, A.
Miller of Lebanon.
To purify, vitalize and enrich the blood
and give uerve, bodily and digestive
streugth, take Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Continue the medicine after every
meal for a mouth or two and you will
feel "like a uew man." The merit of
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is proven bv Its
thousands of wonderful cures. Why
don't you try it?
Hood's Pills cure constipation. They
are the best after-diuuer pill aud family
His Personal Experience.
Hon. James W. Husted, while serv
ing his sixth term as speaker of the as
sembly of the state of New York, writes:
"State of N. Y , Assemby Chamber,
Albany, Jau. 10, 1890. J
I desire once more to bear my testi
mony to the value of Allcock's Porous
Plasters. I have used them for tweutv
11 ve years past, and can conscientiously
commend them na the best external
remedy that I have known. Years
ago, when thrown from a carriage and
seriously injured, I gave them a thor
ough trial. In a very short time the
pain that I was suffering aisarpearea,
and within a week I was entirely re
lieved. On another occasion, when
suffering from a severe cough, which
threatened pulmonary uimcuiies, wuicn
1 was recommended to go to Florida to
relieve, I determined to test the plas
ters again. I applied them to my chest
and between the shoulder blades, aud
iu less than a fortnight was entirely
cured. On still another occasion when
suffering from an attack of rbeuna'ism
in the shoulder to such an extent tuat
I could scarcely raise my arm, I again
resorted to the plasters, aud within a
very few days the rheumatism eutirely
disappeared. I have them constantly
by me, whether at home or abroad.
My family as well as myself have found
them to be a sovereign remedy, both
fur external and internal troubles. I
never bad but one kidney difficulty in
my life, and the application of the plas
ters cured me in a week. I desire, as I
said before, to bear my testimony in a
public way to their efficacy, aud I know
of no better way of doing it than by
giving you my personal experience."
THE TEAMSTERS PROTEST.
Trackmen, Expressmen, and
men Ass a Hearing.
We wish to present, the other side of
the license system: the ordinance as
passed, you will find exempts contrac
tors, that deal in sand, gravel, dirt,
wood and rook, etc., it also exempts the
delivery wagons of the merchants, as
we'l as their solicitors of(trade that ride
and drive over the streets, as much as
others, and most assuredly for the gain
derived from same, but taxes solicitors
of hotels and restaurants.
Now, what we have asked the coun
cil to do, was to amend the law, so that
every team that traded upon the streets
for a living, of whatever kind, shall
come under the license law, and be sub
ject to a license, except the farmers,
gardners aud woodbaulers that bring
in the products of the farm or garden,
which shall have the full and unlimited
privilege of disposing of their products
at wholesale or retail.
There is no protection whatever offer
ed to truckmen, hacks, cabs aud ex
pressmen; it is simply a tax for revenue
without protectien: And we most re
spectfully ask that all teams that trafle
on the streets, of whatever kind, with
out exemption, be compelled to pay
said license or tbat the whole license
system be repealed, as we believe iu
free trade and are opposed to licensing
one class of business, and tbat the
laboring class, for the benefit of others;
we believe in a free country, a free peo pee
ple: aud that every bona fide resident
and tax-payer should be allowed to car
ry on his business free and unmolested
as an American citizen, and that the 11
cnsifor trucks, drays, express, bag
gage, caba, hacks and delivery wagons
sbou d not pay any license other than
their regular city, county, and state
t txes the same as all other legitimate
trades, or occupations. Signed by Setb
C. Wade, Mat Wagner, Jas. Warner,
R. R. Ryan & Co; A. J. Damon, W
Hubbard, R. C. Giey, J. Green, R. L.
Pen ton, A. J. Bisey.
Letters from Mothers
for their del
It's use has
thousands back to rosy health.
of cod-liver oil with Hypophos
phites is employed with great
success in all ailments that re
duce flesh and strength. Little
ones take it with relish.
PnpuedbrSooUABovne.N.Y. All drorrlits.
THE OLD RELIABLE
NORTH SALEM MEAT MARKET,
J. H. ALLEN, Prop.
The very beat of meats at all times,
and th best of service,
Opposite Wade's Store.
Largest Gun In the World.
Is on exhibition at the great world's
fair. You ought to see It. This la t bo
month of months to visit the fair, pleas
ant days, cool nights, delightful travel
Maximum comfort enroute to Chi
cago on the vestibuled limited trains ot
the Chicago, Union Pacific fc North
western line. See your ueareat Union
Pacific ageut for rates or other Informa
tion. 12-0 tf
Of ladles' and children's trimmed
bats for $1.00, $1 50. $2.00, $2.50. Friday
and Saturday, at Mrs- D. L. -Fieatert,
Court street milliner, Salem.
Not old chestnuts, and best of
The Newest and Lowest Prices
of all wool home-made cloth
ing at the
V00iEl fllWiVi STONE,
GOOD LUCK TO YOU
Good lack lovou and trood lack It will
oe 10 every une who i&Ke advantage or out
SCHOOL BOOK SALE.
Neither a horse-shoe or four leaf clover cac
Siring yon pitch opportunities, dee tha
Four children go to the State street book
.tore tor lueir scnool supplies
Booksellers and Stationers,
98 STATE BTKIH2T.
E. S. WAITE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal J3ton7t JPublisJiers.
Bosh's New BrJcBT.over the bank.Com'l street.
Bates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland aad Ban
Francisco. Flrst-claaa In all Its appointments.
IU tables are served with the
Urovm in the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER, Prop.
Mannlactare Standard Pressed Brick,
Molded Brick In all Patterns for Kronts
and supply the brick (or the New Salem CUt
Hall and nearly all the fine buildings erected
In the Chpltal City.
Yards near f enltentlary, Salem, Or. 8-8 dw
UonneHlngand Primary Classes open
Monday, Sept. 25th,
Cor. Court and .Liberty streets, opposite opera
For teachers and mothers will begin October
2d. at the same place.
For particulars apply to
Mrs. P. S. Knight,
McCROW X STEOSLOFF,
FRESH REFRIGERATED MEATS
. .. t, i c . 518 Commercial Street, Salem.
Only the Beat 8tock Bought. "t- Only the Beat Meats Sold.
Good service. Prompt delivery.
F. T. HART, LEADIS
217 COMMERCIAL STREET.
CHEAPER THAN EVER
. . .... Our ehgant new jioket. W
have made another Wr cut on the prices. Quality and styles unsurpassed.
wlll be sold at any price. Come In and pick one out, and take It away at your
own price. '
LITTIJK GIANT SCHOOL SHOES
The best In the world for children. Try them.
Storm rubbers a uew stock just in.
UMBRELLAS, WINTER UNDERWEAR,
FLANNELS AND BLANKETS.
WILLIS BROTHERS & CO.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, - SALEM, OREGON
lauMeii'a and youth's saiU and overooaU at oost,
R. Jfc G. Corsou-Usrt ia tn mrkt,
Exposition Rates. Many of ihs
readers of this paper on the Oregon P.
ciflo railroad, are interested in know.
log the rates from Albany to the Port
md exposition, which are as follews:
Kate from Albany to Portland and re
turn account of exposition ia $4.85, for
the round trip. Good going on Mon
days, Wedneadays, and Fridays, and
good any time returning, within ten
days from sale of ticket. Can go and
return on any passenger train.
The Boats. The Elwood resumes
business Monday, it ia said A
gang of machinists are prepairing the
Hoag The Three SUtera came
up from Portland yesterday and will
go to Corvallla today. One hundred
and fifty bides will be taken on tbisup
trip, destined to Eugene.
Rich Impobtation. A lot of im
ported decorated English, and French
China dinner and breakfaat seta, berry,
salad, pudding and tea sets are attract
ing a great deal of attention at John 0.
Wright's grocery. A lady who in
spected them by electric light declared
them the Quest ever shown in the city.
Special Half Pkice Sale. -The
Ladies' Baziar, in the State Insurance
block, la selling mUse3' and cbildrens'
underwear at less than half the usual
coat. This is a rare opportunity.
Civil Suit. Papers were filed last
night in a suit of Wylie B. Allen Mus
ic Co. of Portland, for $300 against Geo.
C. Will, a note and account.
Underwear Sale. Garments
worth $1.60 sold at 50 to 75 cents, at the
Ladies' Bazaar, Insurance block.
WOOD WANTEDMOO fine 2-year-old ppl
trees to trade lor wood. Good vailettei.
inquire ot C. B. ClemenU 10 34t
ACRES AT A BAUGAlN-for caih or
trade. Ten acres lmorovtd. with good
buildings, on railroad. Will take team ana
mronu ti&rt n&Tment. nr ftnme etfxl UK
cos. H A. Clark, on 16th street, tUlero.Ott
3TUI8 PAPER la kept on file at E. C. Die'i
. Advertising Agency, 61 and 65 Merchant
xchange.Ban Francisco, California, wben
contract for advertising can be made for li.
CHRISTIAN BCIENQE Literature
kinds on sale at 323 Llbeny street.
CHAS. GREEN, SON, BRilNARD & CO.,
Office above Williams A England's bank,
Halem. Growers invited to call.
9 iB-tr h. a whitnan, Agt
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES
CHARLES A. SMITH RONS
Toe ktler food Saw
And he doesn't burn op half your wood, !
fuel, whtn he saws It. ilake your contract
with him personally orlfave orders at eaWM
e car atore Dearborn's book store.4M Bumre er
street, or address me by mall. - u