umwi m i ii iMmil jtfVJSNTNtf- UAJPJWL'AJL, JOUttAXu MOSTDAY, OOTOBEB 0, 1893. j LADIES' ' MISSES' and CHILDREN'S UndbrwkaR JERSEY BIBBED, ALL WOOL, WOOL AND COTTON MIXED. WILLAMETTE PRESBYTERY. Programme of the Fall Bess'ion at Salem This "Week. A CLASH OP AUTHORITY. Over the Christening of the Warship Oregon. Greatest M 01 no aery in THE PALACE 307 Commercial Street. fc City. DRY GOODS AND SHOE COMPANY Going offl of Business Everything Miist Go. 25'oer cent off on all Lamps and Toilet-Bets. o,j F H i Dishes and Glassware. ; " Tens aud Spices. 5, .. it Bottled Goods, Preserves, &e. JT i. .. ti canned Goods and Baking Powders, jfl ii i. ' Package Goods, Soaps, &c. ,5 it Coffees, Sugars, &c. B-Come early, as wo will not stock up lu any line after it is sold out. SROAT & 6ILE, Burke Block, Below Postoffice. The presbytery of the Willamette will hold its fall meeting at the First Pres byterlan chnrch In Salem during three days this week beginning today, mere will bo quite a large attendance of min isters and elders. A number or ladles from different parts of the state are also expected. The program far the session Is as foleows: Monday Presbytery will convene nt 2 o'clock at the First Presbyterian church. At 7:30 in the evening the retiring moderator, Rev. E. J. Thompson of eorvallls will deliver the opening ser mon. Tuesday The regular session of the presbytery opens at 0 o'clock. Devotional exercises at 11:30. Adjournment 12 to 2. At noon the ladles will serve a luncheon for the presbytery in the parlors. During the afternoon the meeting will proceed with the regular work of the presbytery, adjourning at 6 o'clock There will be an all day session of the Ladies' Presbyterian Missionary toeiely, and in the evening the pres bytery will meet with them. To this meeting all are invited. The program will be by the ladies. Wednesday. Presbytery meets at 9 a. in. and will adjourn soon there after. The synod meets at Eugene on Thurs day and will be lu session several days, the delegates from Salem to the synod are Rev. Hutchinson and John Moir. Sun EcL.rr8B.-At 10:30, Oct. oth the smoked glasses were in great de mand to get vlewa of the eclipsed sun as It escaped at times from the clouds of (lying Oregon mist. Computations I show tbat the eclipse was llrat notice- "Thero Isn't a particle ofgallautry able from Mount Hamilton at 10:21:30 about the Cleveland administration," . m pttcifiu standard time at 10 (leg. said Governor Peunoyer to a Journal 47 mju. north of the sun's west point, writer this morning. "This Is the sec- and eDU- ut 12:50:33 p. m., nt 12 deg. 41 ond time It has put Its foot In It and mln. east of the sun's south point, At committed an eggreglous blunder In a galem the contacts occurred a minute matter of state etiquette," said the pros- illter than at Mount Hamilton. Sim eut occupant of the executive depart- nar)y f0r points east and southeast of ment referring to the action ofBecre- j,j.0Unt Hamilton the contacts took tary of the Navy Herbert lu desigua-' piuce iater. At the time of the great ting Miss Ruth Dolph to act as god- e3t eclipse the moon obscured the mother at the christening ceremonies of southwestern halfofthesun forobserv the battleship Oregon. I ers lu Oregon. The day being cloudy, "It is a piece of impertinence on the there was a noticeable darkness caused (1 Goods, Old Chestnuts and Old Bones. part of Herbert to name anyone" con- j by the eclipse, tlnued tue governor. The secretary 01 . h r.o..r Una nnH.lr.ir fn fin with tile! OREGON ..,n ,i, ,hin i t.nrnwl montusof June, July and August the over to the United States. That ship Pacific. During the nr.arailr.n nf tlio flrpirnn Pnnlfln railway UIV.U..UU U UW V.WQW - , Don't Pick Over None of-'em. You can get nice, clean new goods, ALL WOOL, Home Made and Home Prices AT THE IS is still the property of Irving M. Scott was unprofitable and the court during proprietor of the Union iron Works, these months increased its indebtedness wV.,vnannrtr.nnimiit until the Unl-' in addition to interest on certificates, m .. w .. w. . -- - - 1 rr... I .n etc, ?H .-ao.-ll. AUB receivers oiaro- inents to the court, for the months of - IF - You are going to build or make any Undof improvement, call on the unuer 'guou material. We have a complete stock, and are redr to supply any prepared contract, sewer work, (trading, etc. Salfm Improvement Co. Social Club. As an evidence of the fact that the social season, for the coming winter, is about to be inaugur ated in Salem, the announcement is made that the Willamette Social Club will meet in the Willamette Hotel par lors, at 7 o'olock, on Friday eveulng next to reorganize for the coming fall and winter mouths. This call will be hailed with delight by the favored few who last season participated In the weekly gatherings of the club, as well time, were LITTLE L00AL8. led States takes it off" his bauds. He uever asked Herbert to name anyone, aud It was at his request that I desig nated Miss Daisy Alnsworth, of Oak land, Cat., to name the ship." CAPTAIN AINSWORTH'S VIEW. Oakland, Oct. 0. Captain J. C. Alnsworth said in regard to the report that the secretary of the navy had ap pointed a daughter of Senator Dolph to christen the battleship Oregen: "There must be some mistake in this matter, for Governor Pennoyer of Ore gon has sent a communication to my daughter, which she now has, In which he has invited her to participate in the ceremony of launching the Oregon Will 11 l Two drunks and disorderlies were before Recorder Edes this morning and received the usual sentence The city is full of the usual court attendants, though at 0 a. m. when Judge Burnett went on the bench there was hardly a quorum of rural attendants present Mrs. Dr. Davison is spending a week at Lebanon The home of Private Secy. W. A. Muniey was blessed Oct. 7th by tho arrival of a son -Prof. L. B.Bald win of Phllomnth college, who occu pies the new United Brethren chapel on Mission street, reports continued in terest iu tho work of that new church. Frank Cross has gone to McMinn- vllle to study dentistry with Dr. Wright Chief Low of the Are de partment, Councilman Olmstead and Newt. Ferrell returned Saturday after- MAMOH CIRCUIT COURT. June. Julv and August, are as follows June, earnings, $21,833 10, expeuses, $25,617.41, loss $3,784.21; July, earnings $16,840.21, expenses $23,581.07, loss $6, 641.36; August, earnings $16,367.61, ex peuses $19,238 51, loss $3,870.00. Woodburn Assignment. The in ventory in the assignment of Charles E. Hudelston of Woodburn was filed with the county clerk Saturday. The deed of assignment was made September 29th to B. F. McLoney. The inven tory includes a dozen typewritten pages of manuscript but no total is given. It If comorises stock of a hardware store gg-JS Qi V STOW SALEM, OREGON, GOOD LUCK TO YOU IU UIB UlCUU, j.. v. ..,,.. v, w. there has been any change in the pro- aua a long usi or oook accounts, xue An ImmenBO Calendar Burnett. Before Judge as those, who from time to their houored guests. While the pro- noon rrom their timber claims about irnim for the cemlut: season has not yei seveu tulles this side of alt. Jetlerson i..n ni.iiinaH dUII it. in wife to nreulci many pleasant evoulngs are In store for thoBO who may attend, and It Is to be hoped that every member of the club will be present at tho meeting Friday evening and assist In making It a suc cess. The Athenians. Insurance hall witnessed an attendance of nearly 23 youug men Baturday night who organ ized the Athenian literary society that is to meet once a week ou that oveniug during tho winter. Onlcers elect are: N. J. Judah, president; C. E. Rouliu, vice president; C. B. Brown, treasurer; A. Lee, secretary; Ohas. McNary, ser geant at arms. President Judah read a lecture on cranks, and Del Dlnsiuore delivered a recitation and in all a vory agreeablo lltorary program was con ducted. Constitution aud by-laws were adopted and a committee ap pointed to fill an interesting program lor next Saturday evening. Tho young men of this city who are not attending college aro not going to abandon liter ary culture Lebanon. A Journal representa tive, who is also Colonel of Oregon Di vision Bona of Veterans, U. S, A., spent tho day at Lobauon and addressed the associated patriotic orJers lu the evening. Libaunu has tho roputatlou of being tho liveliest little town iu the v loy an 1 what wo saw Saturday corn firmed that oplulon not a littlo. It was crowlod with peoplo from the farmln reg on of the rich prairie about the forks of tho Sunt linn, aud the writer ba promised to visit that city aoonagaUaul wrlto up its industries, ii i ii i ' New Roof. Tub Evangelical taber naclo in East b'aloiu, which Is serving temporarily until a church can be built, has Just received a new shingle roof at the hands of E Ait Fisher aud a few dovotloual brethren. The cloth roof was no longer sutlleleut to protect the growlug congregation and Sunday school at tbat mission. Rav, Fisher is doing some good pioneering work In tho eastern part of the city, l m Pab Excellent Get your reserved seats at F. 8. Dearborn's for thu enter talnniout Friday, Oot, 13th, 60ceuts. The beat entertainment of tho season. Mlsa Brown's first nppearauce before a Baku audleuce. Look out forprebs boUom. Called Mkktinci. A meeting of the directors of the Auxiliary of the . M, V. A. is desired next Tuesday after Boou Oot. 10, 3 o'clock, In the Y. M. C, A. parlors, By order of chali man. Tbefttwatcaseof ilrstclaw cigars In tke olty draws the smokers to Lunn & Biwofca Capital drug store, Holmau Dr. L. M. Hensell of Brooks, Is in the city. No more shade trees should bo killed about our city parks by guy wires Col. Mitchell, of Portlaud, was a Salem visitor today. Hon. P. H. D'Aroy went to Marlon this morn lug, Thos. Sims is InStaytpu today. Architect Knightou came up from Portland thUmorulug. Mrs. Powell Reeves Is lu the city today attending court. Attendance at the Mechanics fair, Portlaud, is said to bo very small, owing to hard times aud bad weather. Now we know where all this bad weather comes trom the eclipse today. A Bad Fall. Mrs. Chapman, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. T. B. Jackson, on Center street, bad the mis fortuno to fall down a short llight of stairs last evening, and seriously Injur ed herself. No bones were broken, nud she Is now resting quite comfort ably, although she was badly shaken up. Local Union. The executive com mittee of tho Salem Christian Eudeav- ov unlou will hold a session In the Bap tist church parlors on Wednesday even ing, Oot. 11th, at 8 o'olook. The presi dents and vice presidents of all the C. E. societies and Epworth Leagues lu the city are expected to be present. A TitiFLK Late. This would seem rather late iu tho season to buy fruit cans, but owing to tho great rush at their store, which is acknowledged headquarters, Clark &. Epploy have been forced to import another largo con signment. These must bo sold, aud the low prices must do It.- The Southern Pacltlo has placed the price of round trip tickets, good for 10 days to the Portland exposition at (3 35, including one admission to the exposl tion. Tickets on sale Mondays, Wed uesdays aud Fridays only. tf Court was called at 9 a-m. and the calendar was gone over, a great many more cases being settled or continued than usual. District Attorney McCain Is present and the trial of the 14 men bound over us hop rioters will consume most of the time this week. T. B. Southwlck and G. G. Gans were appointed court bail iffs. Ell Burkeholder wus appointed grand jury bailiff. 53. W. L. Wade vs. W. W. Hep burn and N. M. Hepburn, action for money. Judgment by default aud or der to sell attached property. 50. Annie Grosse, vs. Henry Grosse, Divorce. Demurrer argued and sub mitted. 60. John Savage vs. T. H. and Arthur Wilson, action for money. Set tled and dismissed. 01. J. D. Carter vs. Chas. M. Philips and Cora M. Phillips, action for money. Judgment aud order to sell property. 63. J. F. Beggs, vs. F. B. Mize, ac tion for money. Same order. 87. J. W. Beatty vs. T. F. Goodrich, action for money. Withdraws demur er and pays $5. The petit jury was called and nearly all were present. Following grand jury was drawn: R. O. Hawley, Henry Warren, Peter Feller, Edward Dupuy,J. H.Zlmmerle, James Coyle, M. H. Cralk. COUKT NOTES. The lawyers are mottly young men and as flue a body a3 ever faced a judge In this county. Judgo Boise is still the JNestor ot tue oar anu pays close atteutlou to everything that la doue. There Is an unusual criminal docket and the grand jury has the usual num ber of personal fplte work cases before it. As a rule that class of justice court cases do not receive much atteutlou and there ought to bo some way to pre vent their ever comtug to circuit court. gram I have never heard of it, and I matter will come iwllfive mv daughter will be there. I curt this week. Know that Irving M- Scott has placed a tugboat at her disposal and I consider that act as final." It looks very much as though the governor of Oregon had again caught! the federal administration napping and brought it up a round sharp turn. Governor Peunoyer certainly has not forestalled Cabinet Minister Herbert. The latter simply had no rights in the matter to be forestalled, before the circuit The Docks. The Oregon Pacific boat line has leased the U. P. dock at the foot of Trade street, for use this season. Their own dock will be taken to Independence, aud the steamer El wood will continue to use the same dock with the O. P. boats for the present. i Jp Personal. Busines gentleman (panic stricken) honest, industiious, refined, agreeable, strictly temperate, would interest re spectablp. intelligent lady 38 to 48 years ueediug competent business assistaut, town or country. Address Dbeweb C. Iverson, d w Portland, Ore. Christian Church News. Revival services at the Christian church continues with increasing in terest. The meetings on both Sunday morn ing aud evening were well attenaeu. Grape Vines for Sale Elder Smith's discussion In the morn- t uave nnjpojjmed several thousand ing was founded on 1st Timothy, 1st g00(j 8trong two-year old grape vines chapter and 5th verse. Now the end j for8etting out, assorted varities, suit of the commandment is love out ofa!a(je for cuiture in Oregon. 23 cts each. pure heart, ann or a gooa conscience g2 0q per drzen. E. Hofer, Salem, Or., EVAPOHATUK AND CREAMEKY. It Is one of the best things the towu ever had, but there Is ono place lu towu where the peoplo all center for greeu, dried aud cauued fruits, aud that la at Van Eaton's old reliable grocery. Bin Fhuit Wanted. The Oregou Fruit & Produce compauy will ship several boxes of largo wiuter pears and applea to the world's fair Oct. 10th, and want all persons who have any good specimens to bring them In. and of a faith uufelgued. The sermon ' j0UKNAI, oillce. in the evening was on the "Parable of the Prodigal Son." There was one ad dltion to the church at the morning service by relation aud at the evening service there was three additions and one coufession of faith in Jesus the Christ. The Oregon ministerial association of the Chrisiau church will convene here on Tuesday aud continue in session durlug the days until Friday. The re vival services will be continued by El der Smith. Song service at 7:30,preach Ing at 8 p. m. A cordial invitation Is extended to every one. d w PERSONALS. J. A. Laughead, of Baudon, foreman of the government works at the mouth of Ciiquillo river, was iu the city over Sunday, the guest of his cousin, Coko Laughead. Wm. Bagley, now of MoMluuville, spent Suuday iu the city. Mr. Pogue has returned from a trip to Eiktou. i E. Meeker, the hop king, of Puyal up, Is In tho city today, visiting his agent, Mr. Templetou. A. N. Gilbert Is at Portland. Miss Ada Breymau of tho world's fair commission is at Portland, Mrs. Walt. Pugh went to Portland today. A large delegation of Salem people took advantage of the Southern Pacltlo excursion rates to theExposltlon today. Electrlo Conductor Ham Sauvalue of the Capital City Is at Portlaud for a few days. Crops The amount of winter wheat sowu is sinull. Those who got some in were fortunate, as now the grouud is too wet for seeding and will soon be too wet to nlow. There Is a general belief that we are to have a surprise In shape of some tine weather yet. Lively Boating Season Promised. If the following from the Corvallis Daily News Is correct, there will be lively boating on theWillamette this winter: "We learn that there will be seven boats ou the river this season running up from Portland. The O. P. company will have theHoag and the Sis ters on the upper river, the latter prob ably running up as far as Eugene and the former to Corvallis. The company will also run the Elwood from Portland toSalem. Then thereare theAltotona, Ramona, Toledo, Willamette Chief and Manzanilla which will also run out of Portlaud, the two former as far up as Eugene nnd the latter exclusively for the Corvallis flouring mills, while the other two will carry freight between points. Uuder these circumstances boating will be lively on the river this winter." flood luck to von and (rood luck it will i. . -7: -- -- . . fcii loo io every wne who lane uuvuuuigo ui uui SCHOOL BOOK SALE. Neither a horse-shoe or four leaf clover can I Onrlng you nuch opportunities. iSee that! Jyour cnuaren go io me oiaiesireei. uuuki s.tore lor tneir scnooi supplies. Patton Bros., JBookaellors and Stationers, 08 STATE STREET. E. M. WAITB PRINTING CO., BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS Legal JilanU Publishers. Bush's New Brlck.over the bank, Com'l street. THE WILLAMETTE, SALEM, OBJEGOm Rates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day The best hotel between Portland and Ban Francisco. First-clasa In all Its appointments. Its tables are served with the Choicest Fruits Grown In the Willamette Valley. A. I. WAGNER, Prop. STATE HOUSE NOTES. Governor Pennoyer came up from Portland Saturday evening. State Superintendent McElroy re turned from Lane county yesterday. The state printing office is working on the 23d volume of Oregou supreme court reports. Tuesday is the regular time for the school land board to meet. Receipts at the state land office to date almost equalled all of laatmonth'i receipts and money is decidedly easier. Clerk Davis was in Portland Hatnrdsj and says business there is greatly improved. Secretary of State McBrido arrived from St. Helens last night on the ova land, very much refreshed after b!i stay at his country residence. T. u. fliacaey, oi uaruiuer, utsuu -jsj officer of the Port at the mouth of Um Umpqua river, resigned some time ago. Governor Pennoyer today appoint Dr. J. L. Elwood. of Gardiner, to the vacancy. Tim nrpai.lfii.t. nf the United States it not lu it with the private secretary rf the governor of Oregon. Tho forma has two girls, while the latter, wboisi free silver man boasts oi iwo uoys. Headquarters for all dally papew.it i J. L. Bennett's post office block new I stand, u When vnu feel uncomfortable about j the stomach, take Simmons Liver lie? ulator. NEW ADVKRTI8EMBNTS. WOOD WANTED.-400 fine 2-year-old FPU trees to trade lor wood. Good varleuti inquire oi u. u. uemeuw 10 HI School books reduced 20 per cent., at Dearborn's. Do not luin the stomach with chemi cals. Simmons Liver Regulator Is purely vegetable aud eflectlve. HORN. UEID. To the wife of A. M. Reld, Oct. 7, 1S93, a daughter. "Why is Ho So Irritable?" This question is often heard aud near ly as often unanswered. It la not otten remembered, as it should be, that tho occasion of ill tem per and irritability Is ofteu to oe fouud iu the physical condition of the persons allected. What Is the use of trying to "harmonize" a mau whose liver has gone back on him ? If a man Is tortur ed with rheumatism, how can he be ex pected to be allable and agreeable? Can a confirmed dyspeptic bo expected to be cheerful and always ready to tell a fuuny storj ? The only way to remove the difficulty Is to get at tna cause. Dyspepsia, rheumatism, Impure blood aud liver troubles yield to Hood's Sar saparllla; this is why it is an effective tranquilizer, a peaceful messenger, and a preveutlve of domestic quarrels. Nothing llko Blmmous Liver Regu lator for pyspepsla aud Indigestion a safe aud sure cure. Increased Appetite is one of the first good effects felt by users of Scott's Emulsion of cod liver oil with Hypophos- pltites. Good appetite begets good health. cott's Emulsion is a fat food that provides its own tonic. Instead of a tax up on appetite and digestion it is a wonderful help to both. Svntl's Emulsion ar rests the progress of Lonsuttipiion, jjron chitis, Scrofula, and nflirr thtvi 'titer rlitenses by raising a barrier of neauny 'iesn sirengti and nerve. Ppirdbjbcolt&Bowna.N Y. Alldrntclttt. BURTON ISltOTIIEUS Manufacture Standard Pressed Brick-. Molded Brick In all Patterns for Fronts and supply the brick tor the New Balem City liall and nearly all the fine buildings erected In the Capital city. Yards near Penitentiary, Salem, Or. 8-3 dw TXTANTED-Puiihlne canwser of gooOi VV dress. Liberal salary ante ipnuwi" weekly. Permanent position. BK0W OOtflU r-A NiiMinraman PnrllRnd.OrfSOD. uuw w, .....j , 10-7 IB Q A ACKKS AT A BAUGAlN-for cub OU trade. Ten acres improvtd, with i pej co s. H A. Clark, on 16th street, BlerojOir I gon. """ THIS PAPKIt Is kepton Hie at fi . .Advertising Agency. MindBWJ contract for advertising can be mad tor ft i CHRISTIAN HCIENCK-Ulerature ofjj J kinds on sale at 828 Uberty street fw? MISS BALLOU'S KINDERGARTEN Connecting and Primary Classes open Honday, Sept. 25th, Cor. Court and Uberty streets, opposite opera house. For teachers and mothers will begin October 2d, at the same place. For particulars apply to And ne doesn.t barn np half youi ' wg fuel, when he un It. Make your coning; I Mnq P S tniiT with him personally orlfaveoroerj si jj5 1VJ.KS. JT. O. JVNIQIIT, cigar store Oearboro's book store.lMbumio" j IMnoti a1 ..i4 ... ...auv. ma Viw mull. ' I 4ituvii aunmuiauuicHuiB v " CHAS. GREEN, SON, BIUINARD & CO, WatervlUe, N.Y. HOP BUYERS. Office above Williams 4 England'! Urtl ealem. Growers Invltea to can. 0 16-tf H. a WHITNAN, ATJ. MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS The Rustler Wood & MrCROW & STEOSLOFF, FRESH REFRIGERATED MEATS! 316 Commercial Street, Balem. . 0 , . Only the Beet Btnck Bought, SMSF" Only the Best Meats Bold. uooa service. Prompt delivery. F. T. HART, LEADING MERCHAN1 TAILOR. S17 COMMERCIAL 8TREET. Tub Ohkapkst. Have the Daily Journal left at youroflloo or rel. deuce. Only 60 cts a month. By mall 25 eta a mouth. Jehsuys. At 8barpe'a dairy are kept aa lino a herd or Jersey cows aa iou wish to see. That la why they sell fcuoh excellent ml lie aud cream. Uj$P in ewder: s The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Sttadswi kortii T salemd meaTmarket, CHEAPER THAN EVER 1 J. H. ALLEN, Prop. The very best of meats at all times, aud the best of service. SifirOpposlte Wade's Store. ftilt. Alatvant nAtf IftpketS Quality and styles unsurpased. Largest Gon 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 nights, delightful travel ing weather. Maximum comfort enroute to Chi cago on the veotlbuled limited trains ot the Chicago, Union Pacltlo & North western line. Bee your nearest Union Pachlo agent for rates or other informa Uos. 12-9-tf have made another big cut on the prices. TY-TORPT: TniManT-fiAKS will be Bold at any price. Come In and pick on out, and take it away al 7" I own price. LITTLE GIANT SCHOOL SHOES The beat in the world for children. Try tbem. Storm rubbers a new stock just in. FURB. MACKINTOSHES. . UMBRELLAB, WINTER UNDERWEAR, FLANNELS AND BLANKETS. WILLIS BROTHERS & CO. OPERA HOUSE CORNER. -,-.. BALEM. OREGi MuMen'fl and yootk'a miU and ovecerU at coat, R, G. OecMtt bMt la Uh wrkt. -Jb n hLL. ,A $tMfa-- -- i -i . -JWAU m a.