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EVENING OAPITAI; JOTTRNAIi, FBIDAY, OCTOBER 13, iy3.
v MISSES and
IN GRAND ARMY CIE0LE8.
What the Patriotic Orders Are Doing
. - v 'result or met
WOOL AND COTTON
Greatest Stock of Hosiery in the Gtof
AND SHOE COMPANY,
307 Commercial Street.
Going otit of Business
Everything Miist Go.
25 per cent of!" on all Lamps and Toilet Seta.
2D " " ' Dishes and Glassware.
25 . " ' u Teas and Spices.
20 " " Bottled Goods, Preserves, tc
15 " " " Canned Goods and Baking Powders.
10 " ' ' Package Goods, Soaps, &C.
5 " " " Coffees, Sugars, Ac.
jCome early, as we will not Btosk up in any line after it is sold out.
SROAT & GILE, Burke Block, Below Postoffice.
- IK -
You are going to build or make any Irlnd of
Imrovemeat. call on the nailer Igned lor
material. We have a complete stock, and are
ready to (apply any prepared contract, eewer
work, rradlng, etc
Salem Improvement Co.
Salem Ministers. They seem to
be In demand ail over the world. Rev.
C. It. Kellerman has been transferred
by Blebop Goodsell from the Oregon to
the Idaho conference, and appointed
presiding elder of Idaho district. His
address will be at Boise City Rev.
Wm. Lund has received a call from a
church in Indiana aud will probably
accept It and remove to that state
From the church calendar it appears
Rev. Lund was formerly rector at Au
rora, Indiana. Rev. C. L. Corwin
will be at the Portland meeting of
the Willamette Congressional associa
t!on held next week. He is preaching
in Southern Oregon.
Fb4.tjdule.st. There is no physic
ian In Salem or In any other place in
Oregon exc-pt at our Institutes In For
est Grove and Roseburg, who has the
Keeley treatment to give, or who has
any authority to administer such treat
ment, and any doctor claiming to give
it Is perpetrating a fraud. Neither
have we any agents around to obtain
patients either on commission or salary,
We have many respectable friends who
apeak good words for us, aud no work
men at "so much a head." Frank
Dayey, manager Oregon Keeley insti
Tjiat Baby. Recorder Edes bad to
guarantee the board of that abandoned
child of Mrs. Thomas's before be could
get it Into the state orphan's home.
Today be got up a petition for Mrs.
Thomas to sign asking the court to ap
point a guardian so that tbechlld can be
legally made over to the state Institu
tion. When tbh is done he will be re
lieved of that expense aud the state
will assume It.
Gen. Compson, of the railroad com
mission, was in the city today.
Dr. Mintborn left St. Paul Tuesday
with a party of Iowa people, who was
to be located, by the Oregon Land Co.
and arrived here today.
Mrs. W. R. Anderson leaves In the
morning for a two 'weeks' visit in Spok
Don't patronize a Chinaman, when
you can give your business to a white
man. Take your laundry to the Salem
Steam Laundry. Only white help em
ployed. For bargains go to the FAIR.
Heavy boots for wet weather at
Headquarters for afl daily papers, at
J. L. Bennett's poit office, block news
, Money is beginning to circulate as a
result of the October quarterly pension
which about $50,000 Is re-
The Woman's Relief Corps gave a
very successful social at Grand Army
hall Monday evening. . It conclued
with a social attended by the sons aud
daughters. The W. R. C. assisted by
the young people will be a dominant
social force at the capital this winter.
The Sons of Ve'erans, Sumptercamp
No. 8, last night received the resigna
tion of Capt. Roberts, aud elected Dr.
S. P. Browne, a prominent and active
fraternal order worker who will throw
a great deal of new life into the camp.
A committee of two was appointed to
extend friendly greeting to a son of
John Brown of Ossawnttamie now re
siding at Salem and make him an hon
orary member of the camp.
Sedgwick post G. A. R. and W. R.
C. meeta every Monday evening.
The next meeting of Sumptercamp
will be next Thursday evening.
Commander R. A. Crossan requests
the publication of the following pream
ble aud resolutions adopted at the na
tional encampment at Indiauapolie,
The Grand Army of the Republic, in
National Encampment assembled,
speaking for that great army of beloved
comrades, many of tbem too poor, too
braised, too broken, to withstand the
stiong arm of the government when
administered with an unfriendly hand,
proud of the good name and fair fame
of the American voluuteer soldier, in
terested far beyond any other person or
organization that the pension roll shall
tell the truth and in fact be what it is
in theory a "roll of honor," and ever
mindfol of its cardinal principle, "To
preserve honor and purity in public af
fairs," scouts aDd denies these indis
criminate charges of universal fraud
and resent the imputation that because
some unworthy survivors may be found,
that discredit shall be cast upon tbe en
tire roll, and this great body of brave
and patriotic citizens shall staud dis
graced before the country. We de
mand, that there shall be no backward
step in pension legislation or adminis
tration; that no pensioner shall be de
prived of his property without due
process of law; that the presumption
shall be in. favor of honesty aud fair
dealing; that tbe poor and lowly shall
not be put to unnecessary, expensive or
oppressive process to preserve their
meagre pittances; that tbe sacred trust
in'favor of those who "have borne the
battle" shall be sacredly administered;
and we do now solemnly and deliber
ately Resolve, That tbe Grand Army of
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
An Old Newspaper Man fJe'es Two
"a one cent paper on
Business is going forward slowly in
Judge Burnett's court. Tbe grand jury
is wrestling with a Chinese murder
case and undergoing all the horrible
torture of getting information oat of
The state cases against Moe and Wells "The Salem (Ore.)CAPiTAL Journal
are belug ttled. The latter stole bread made an aggressive stroke in June,
.,i in hM . , when it reduced its price to one cent a
and will probably go clear. J TOpy. Tbe Journal is the only paper
Franklyn De.ve, who forged a check on tne coast that sells at this price. It
for $15 on Judge Moore of tbe Supreme has the press dispatches, h preety well
bench, when nearly s'arved and dlasi- provided with ad., and Is altogether
pated.and pas, ed it on Mr Anaerso n & Thee?
of tbe Fan saloon, plead guilty and got 1,000 names to ita mall list siuce the
tbe lightest sentence of the law, two reduction, all paid in advance, The
years at the pen. He made a nice lit- mailing list is dated the day the sub
tle speech to the court, waiving time ""?" ?? "V9lJ,ll.yf"c.a .aj lu
card notice is sent twice a month, noti-
In Recognition of The One Cent Daily.
The August, 1893, "Newspaperdom,"
tbe acknowledged leading journalistic
periodical of New York, has tbe follow
ing unsolicited notice of The Jour-
VAT.'a nnlprnrlaA tn nultllahlnr. TltP
Only One Cent Pacific Coast Dai- DOPl't PlCl OVCP N One
Old Goods, Old Chestnuts and Old hn
and asking immediate sentence. He
is an old newspaper man on the coast,
is well educated, understands several
languages, is a flue talker, elocutionist,
stump orator, penman and writer. He
was taken to the state prison at 3 p. m.
Behind the Scenes.
On the stage the tinsel, the glitter,
tbe power and the paint, show forth
tbe mosi, but step behind the scenes.
aim you win oeouia tne irutn. -ine an(j townsmen
cborns girls are not all "fancy paints fimai towns "
tbem" but rather what they paint them ,
selves; just so with many of the ilam- RlFrE Range.-Attention! Mem-
ing advertisements of so-called "catarrh . , ,, . , T ,.,
cures." Get back of the scenes' and ben tympanies B, H, and I. ou
they are not cures. The real one and pre hereby requested to report at Morn-
the only remedy that Is a cuse, is Dr. ingside, Saturday, Oct. 14, at 8 a. m. to
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Lift the cur-1 at ln bulldiug a batalion rifle range.
to be, that this Remedy is the one that . The ,umber wa3 Put on the Sround t0
fying all of expirations.
"The Journal carried Its daily to
subscribers at 50 cents a month. It
was found that it cost 25 cents a month
to deliver and collect for it. and there
fore it was better to give tbe mail snb
bcribers the dally at 25 cents in advance
than to obarge'50 cents by carrier, pay
ing oat 25 cents and running the risk of
"The Journal will make special ef
forts to circulate amonc the farmers
In the country and
cures tbe worst cases of Catarrh ih tbe
Head, and no mistake. It is also rem
edy in all cotarrbal conditions, such as
Catarrhal Headache, Catarrh of the
Not a Sell-Oat Here To
I want the public to understand that
I am not selling out old goods at cost
but have brand new stock at lower fig
ures than tbe people who pretend to be
selling out. I am here to stay and hope
by cartful selections of the latest pro
ductions of millinery art, faithful work
in my shop aud moderate prices tol
merit the trade I have always been I
favored with. My fair prices are lower j
than any eternailyselliugoutestablisb-'
meut in tbe city and the quality much
finer for the money. The large nam- I
ber of people served the past two days
is the best proof of this. I
one peinter: l rurmsn frames for vel-
a ay ana an nauas who can do bo are
urged to attjud and help put Up the
nfle stand and dig the pit Please
bring along shovel and pick. By order
of batalion committee, 2d regt., O. N.
Stay New G.
The "little wonder," five different
positions in one picture, is now taking
the lead over everything in the city, at
Cherrington Bros. tf
Lace boots, headquarters at Krausse
THE GREAT REVOLUTIONS.
1795 The monarchy abolished in Hol
land. The Bataviau republic instituted,
in alliance with France.
1707 The Venetian government abol
ished by the French. Venice divided be
tween Austria and Italy.
You can get nice, clean new
goods, ALL WOOL, Home
Made and Home Prices
GOOD LUCK TO YOU
f ft in)
Will Be Jcstick. County Judge
Hubbard received a petition signed by
forty-two names praying that A. W.
Lawrence, of Hubbard, be appointed
as Justice of the peace of the district
comprising Aurora, Hubbard, and
Butteyillo precincts, vice A. J. Giesy
Much Talk. There la a great deal
of talk about low prices on many arti
cles these day, but prolably the great
est cut in fctaples ever made iu Salem Is
In the large reduction on school books
just made by Dearborn.
Prices Too Hum. That fault is
sever found with the charges made by
Clark & Eppley, the popular Court
street grocers. Their goods are alwayr
fresh, and they don't get stale while
Strayed ou Stolen. This can
never be said of goods that am ordered
of the old reliable grocer, J. A. Van
Xatoa. Business ta attended to with
aeettMOy aud dispatch at that estab-MatiMtmt.
A light frost last night, the first of
the season The Salem school
board ordered (830 interest paid on
bonds last night Miss Preston, of
Portland the statu quoerlntendent of
the Junior Endeavors, is iu the city. ' the Republic looks with solicitude, not
She will conduct a meeting for juniors " eay alarm, upon tne proposition,
at the Presbyterian church on Sunday i tuat after sufficient tribunals have been
at 3 o'clock p. m E. E. Moore was established by law belore which ques-
arrested at Independence and taken to ' tIonB nav6 Deen presented and adjudic
Champoeg yesterday to be tried for an ' Rled, upon evidence submitted and ex
assault aud battery Tha Salem j atnined, and upon which a nation has
board of charities will hold their regu-1 accorded pensions in this their hour of
lar meeting at 7:30 this (Friday) even-1 need to those who In its hour of need
lug at the rooms of the Womaus Chris- tood between It aud death, the officers
tian union on Court street Tlie Wil- i of tDat nation, administering a public
lamette social club will hold a meeting j lrU8li bave arbitrarily deprived, with
at tho parlors of the Hotel Willamette out notice or an opportunity to be
this evening, the object beinc to effect i heard, our needy and distressed com-
a re-organization for the coming win-' mde8 of the rights thus solemnly ad
ter. Married-In Salem, at the couu- judged and confined to them.
ty Judge's office, Thursday. Oct. 12, ! We Declare, That every presump
1S93, at 3 p. m., Mr. J. A, Parker and , tion 8"uld be made In favor of such
Miss I, D. Baker, County Judge W. C. ' records made; that no presumption
Hubhard officiating. Tbe bride and OI Iraua 8Uft" De indulged In against
vet nau and do tne work and trimming 170S The Helvetic Confederation dis
for 100. Other work and goods in Eoh.ed, Switzerland bein? overran by
1798 A republic proclaimed at Rome,
in alliance with the French; in 1803 It
was abolished by Napoleon. Rome an
nexed to the empire.
1S0G Great rebellion of the Servians
Servia made semi-
The Globe. At opera house tonight.
Admission, 50 cents. i
No Chinese. The Salem Steam
Laundry has always excluded the Chi-'
nese. It does white
with white labor.
This Morning. Just received, a
handsome assortment of ladies' Boston
shopping bags and purses at the Ladies'
Bazaar, State Insurance block.
groom are residents of the northern
portion of Marion county, their home
being near Parkersville. Real estate
business Is improving Walter Sloltz
has an artistic window in pure white
candy Thos. Updegraff and family
of Hesper, lowtt, are locating in High
land Park That's a fine mudhole on
Liberty street south of State To
shut down ou advertising is too much '
like shutting oil your own wind
Section Foreman Prunty aud his crew
are putting iu new planking on the
Commercial street crossing a needed
Improvement SheritI Knight and
deputies aro'kept very busy during the
tbem, and that no change be made in
the pensions so accorded until after
charges have been made and evidence
iu support thereof has been produced,
of which charge each pensioner has
had full notice and a full and complete
opportunity to be heard iu support of
the pension so accorded to tbem; aud
it is further
Resolved, That as the Commissioner
of Pensions, by his recent withdrawals
of tbe obnoxious ruliugs which had
been so generally condemued, has vir
tually acknowledged the Ineorrectueis
of such ruliugs, we deem it bis further
duty to at once restore to the rolls the
Tonight at Opera House. Miss '
Sara N. Brown as a dramatic reader is
seldom equaled and rarely excelled in
pathos and power. Her impersonation
of Juliet in tbe passion scene, was in
Promenade Concert. Next Satur
day evening tbe Second Regimrnt band
will give a grand promenade concert at
the Armory commencing at 8 o'clock.
This will be the first of a series of con
certs that tbe band will give during
the winter months. Admission 10
cents. Children free. The program
will appear in Saturday's paper.
All miserable sufferers with dyspep
sia can be cured by Simmons Liver
against the Turks,
180S Universal insurrection in Spain
against tho French. The peninsular war.
The Spanish king, Ferdinand VH, re
stored in 1814.
1809 After long agitation a constitn-
firm wtta .n-OTi4-o1 4-r Cmnan V... iUn
1810 The Holland republic abolished
and the country united to France.
1810 Revolution in Chili against
Spain. Independence secured in 1818.
Several revolutions since.
1811 Revolution in Paraguay against
the Spanish. Independence seenred.
1811 Revolt of the Argentine prov
inces against Spain. Independence se
cured in 1S1G.
1813 Holland restored to the house of
Orange and Belgium annexed.
1814 All the Venetian territory an
nexed to Austria.
1815 Switzerland separated from the
French empire by the congress of Vien
na, and the independence of Switzerland
confirmed by treaty with the great pow
ers. St. Louis Globe-Democrat
Good luck to you and mod lark it will
so to every wne who take advantage or our
SCHOOL BOOK SALE.
Neither a horse-shoe or four leaf clover can
jrlng you fuch opportunities. tSee that
four cniiaren go to the 8tte street book
lore ror ineir scnool supplies.
Booksellers and Stationers.!
98 STATE STREET.
E. X. WAITE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blanh JPultlisIiers.
Bush's New Brlck,over the bank, ComT street.
BeatsThem All.-This yarbreu
the record of record breaking. Baton',
popular grocer, 2. A. Van Eaton, broke
the record long ago for pleasing hit
patrons on tbe best goods, lowest prices
and quickest delivery.
LITERARY at MUSICAL
DICKINSON .At ber residence, No.
453 Front street, Salem, Thursday,
Oct. 12, 1S93, at 100 p.m. of spinal
disease, Charlotte H. Dickinson, wife
of the late O. Dickinson, aged 70
years, 8 mouths, and 11 days.
The deceased was born In Victor, On
tario county, New York, ou February
1, 1S17. Her maiden name was Char
lotte Dryer Humphrey- She was mar
ried to Rev. O. Dickinson a,t Gilead,
Branch county, Mich., on September
22, 18)2. She and her husband sailed
the New York Racket for
Browu'Desnuyera blue ribbon suhool
Thk Ohkawjst, Have tho Daily
JkWJWAli left at yourollloo or resi
le. Only 60 eta a mouth. By mall
S6 4 a iwouth.
TtMi Mwwt thing iu footwear ladies
foot WMWMfa, Seetheui at Krausao
rw v- x-u - x... 10 ioo r.-
" - i ...J 1 i IHJU lO lUih VU ilUVi o, J- J
court session, both at. the court house - p now 8inuu,DK l Portland, Or., coming via Cape Horn
uu auuu luc uuuuiVi-... Alto U4b ' ""
ativet improvement la progressing flue-' q0 iQ
iy xi. a, -uuyim)U returned irom
. ,. j ...v. .uu.t ........ 8noes maue ot kaugaroo cair. Tbey
Many hops are being stored In tho uro excellent shoe,-.. Sold at low price!
Salem canning company's warehouse,; eod w
One drunk at the Rscorder'a court
today Mtta Leila Waters ent to Do uot ruin the stomach with cheml-
Portland this nfirnnon MUa tci. ca'8, Simmons Liver Regulator is
tortiaud this nriernoon..... .Miss Nel- pureiy vegetable aud etlectlve.
lie Parmetiter la at Portland for a few ,
days.. ...Ten witnesses came down TOTT'S PILLS Invigorate body and
at II. M. Brausoti &. Co's.
Tie Htt(iof tirut-clasa cigars In
tb eHy tlmwi the smoker JoXuun &
Brooiu CupKal drug Btore, Iloltnau
from Jeilersou this afternoon, on a
divorce case Iu tbe circuit court R. i The "start of life" whole wheat flour
T. Ray aud family have relumed from
Tulare, Cal., and will reside in Salem: !
II. Walker, the dairyman, laatj
Portland fur a few daj ...Mlas Lottie'
HeUeubrand la vlsltlug In Portland
Court Note. In the case of tho
Minnesota Thresher Co. vs. L, W.
Beusou et at, the Judge instructed the
Jury to return a yerdlca of (1041.50 for
plaliitill which thoy did.
LOST Between the agricultural
works aud the Qoodale lumberyard, a
pair of No. 0 new Kip boots. Finder
please return to this office for reward.
They arrived on tba 4th day of March,
1853. Then they came at once to Salem
where a continuous residence has been
Mrs. Dlokiuiou has been nn Invalid
for over twenty years. She waa a con
stant member of the Congregational
church and ber husbaud orgaulzed tbe
church of that denomination In thla
city and became Ita first pastor,
She leaves oue daughter, Mrs. A. N.
Moores, and also Mrs. P. H. Raymond,
au adopted daughter.
is never en
for a medi
a preparation of cod-liver
oil almost as pa atable as
milk. Many mothers have
grateful knowledge of its
benefits to weak, sickly
.Pi.wmltiiSwlUIIwtMT. AM drarri.lt.
little ones of
Rates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland asd Ban
Francisco. FlrsUcliaa in all its appointments.
Its tables aro served with the
Grown in the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER, Prop.
Opera House, Friday, October 13. it
8 a.m. Miss SaBa N. Brown, under
iue auspices oi tne si. J.
Welcome Tonight whlw
Messrs. Miller, Hwaffurd, Bczortn, Ltfrui
"CavaUna" ,. . Et
Scene from Borneo ana Juliet Shstapesn
Miss Saia M. Brown.
a Lc Jet D'Kau Erehinl
b Vr1m,ip-T4 Nn? Ssleomu
o L Avalanche Hlller
Jllfcs Gladys Byrne.
Wondei fal Tar Baby story Hsrni
Mies Bars N. Brown.
Last hours or Jean D'Arct Borden
Mls Mseffla Alderum.
The Light from Over ihe Kange anon
jaiss aara a , mown
On Blooinlne Meadows Rlve-Kter
aiiss aiaaae mrxen ana Matt wnan.
a The Low Backed Car (with musical sc-
b liow Girls atudy men
Miss tiara N. Brown.
a Spanish Dances Ho. 1 Uoszioinkl
b " 2 MosixosiU
Mrs. Florence B. Oartwnght and MUs Ulsdri
The Chariot Race Lew Wallics
Plow Gently Deva .
Miss sara N. Brown.
Miss Nellie Carpenter and Prof. Z M. Psrrln
Admission, 50 cents; children under
12, half price.
Reserved seats at Dearborn's without
Manufacture Standard Pressed Brick.
Molded Brick In aU Patterns for Fronts
and supply the brick lor tbe New Salem City
Hall and nearly all the fine buildings erected
In the Capital City.
yards near Penitentiary, Salem. Or. M dw
Connecting and Primary Classes open
Monday, Sept. 25th,
Cor. Court and Liberty streets, opposite opera
For teachers and mothers will benn October
2d. at the same place.
For particulars apply to
Mrs. P. S. Knight,
lust south of the Methodist Church, in Baton.
F.verythlngnewand clean. Tables tmed
with the best of everything In the msrtrt.
Hreclal attention to commercial travellers.
Veals 25 cu. Beard and lodging irom H00
WAJUtD. A girl for houseworl. muit
be wU recommended. At U6 ilsrloa
WANTED Poshing canwser of good ad
dress. Liberal salary and expenses Mil
weekly. Permanent position. BKOWW
BBXW. Co., Nurseryman, Portland, OrjTon.
muia PAPER U kepton file at E. C. IMM J
I Advertising a gency . 61 and 65 Merchants
Exchange. Ban Francisco, California, wnert
contracts for advertising can be made for u.
CHRISTIAN fiClENCE Literature
kinds on sale at S2S Liberty street
CHAS. GREEN, SON, BRAINiRD 4 CO.,
Office above Williams A England's ban,
BaJtm. Growers invited to call.
9 16-tf H. a WHITNAK, Agt.
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES
CHARLES A. SMITH RUNS
The Rustler Wood k
And he doesn't burn up half your wooi, in
fuel, when he saws it. Mako yourcontrseu
with him personally or leave oroers at "
cigar store Dearborn's book store.lrf buKl,
street, or address me by mall. t-it-u
MCCROW 5 STEUSLOFF,
FRESH REFRIGERATED MEATS
n .. t i . 5J6 Commercial Street, Salem.
Only the Best Stock Bought. -Bf Only the Best Meats Sold.
-Good service. Prompt delivery.
The Oregon Land Co.,
. At Halera, is engaged In seUlnz fruit lands
in tha vicinity of faFftni. Oregsn. where mora
fruit Is now growing than In any rrt of the
state. COOK A M1NTUOKN.
F T HART LEAMG 3MER0HAN1
1 I i nMll I , TAILOR.
247 COMMERCIAL 8TREET.
Largest Qua in the World.
la on exhibition at the great world's
fair. You ought to see It. This la tbe
month of months to visit the falr.pleas
ant days, cool nights, delightful travel
Maximum comfort enrouta to Chi.
caro on the vmfihnlMl limits inln. n
the Chicago, Union Paclflo k North
I western It ne. See your nearest Union
IF YOU NEED CLOTHING
fSS "5d - We aTe "el"nK H oor men's and youth's suits and overcoat
at COaT. We have a big Hue of good values to select from.
OUR ALL WOOL PANTS
at J3.00 and $3.50 a pair take the cake. Come and try a pair.
are tok best cottonade and jeana panta In the market. Try them aud you wilt
use no other. Sewed with linen thread.
HATS AND. CAPS
for men and boya, an elegant new assortment for Fall and Winter, including all
the latest atylea.
UNDERWEAR. OVERSHIRTS, NECKWEAR,
UMBRELLAS, AND MACKINTOSHES.
Thennlv PllrArnuim nfT...1)A.1.. Y -.- 11
-" unu.- j ABHoma ho ajuai. i weeicru jme. oee your nearest ua on oppra nnrmp mnwn
TTbt1 I XC:i1U fU IT .1. r.J 9 Pacific airent for rate nrnthpr Inform.: "".KAHOU8E CORNER,
-. ;, u nuutcd au xcars UX .XHUOUVr ltiofu - Ti-itf I "tueUiant SAool Show for cfaiklwi.