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UVBNIKtf 'tlAPITAIi JOUBNAfc, TUESDAY, OOTOOTH 17, 1W.
V A "L
learning that the best assortment and. newest styles of Jackets
ARE FOUND AT
. JL X X J V JL rx JL--ttl x J .
FOR CORRECT PIT AND TROE STYLE
We Take the Lead !
See them and try them, on. , No old garments in stock.
AND SHOE, .COMPANY;
P. S. Ladies should see the DeBevoise Waists for boys
and girls. A waist for boys with suspenders on.
Fruit Attracting Much Atton
tlon at tho Fair.
Going out of Business
Everything Mils! Go.
25 per'cent'bfFon'all Lamps and Toilet Bets.-
'M " " " Jjisnea auu uiassware.
" Teas and Sulces.
" Bottled Goods, Preserves, &c.
16 " " " Canned Goods and Baking Powders.
in " ' ' PuokaReGoods, 8oups, &c.
5 " " " CofletBj Sugars, &d. ,
jKayComo early, us wo will not stock up in any lino after it Is sold out.
SROAT & GILE, Burke Block Below Postoffice.
- IF -
You are going to build or mike any kind of
lmprovomoat, oall on the uudenlgued for
material. We have a complete stock, and are
ready to supply any piopared contract, sewer
work, grading, etc.
Salem Improvement Co.
Marion County Fuohate Court.
Capt. Pratt, probate clerk of the
county, courts has entered up the follow-
leg: -In estato of,Roduey W. Chase,
report of tbo executrix will bo filed
Monday, November 20th. Netalia
Greenwood, guardian of tho minors of
of W. Kell, presented her report and
account, approved T. W. Daveu-
porty, executor of tho T. Kemvorthy
estate, report sale of real property
which suoweu mat Jan acres or tho es
tate in sec. 0, 1 7 s, r 2 e, were sold to F,
M. Shopard for (1000, and tho remain
uor or tuo estate (Uo acres) was pur
chased by A. L. Keuwortby for $800.
In Erio Anderson's estate, O. C.
Hutchinson, the administrator, pre
sented final account; heard and dis
charged. In guardituiahip of Geo. S.
timlth, the guardian Stephen Hmltb
waH discharged, tho minor heir having
gained his majority and receipted for
tho $600 duo him The flual account
of D. L, Remington, executor of the
ostate of Emetine Parker, deceased, has
been presented to the court and the
same will bo heard on tho 28th.
Capt. Alonzo Gesner and party of as
sistants are homo from their govern
ment survey contract in the moun
tains, Dr. H. J. Miuthom, of the Oregon
Land Co., is doing a grand work in de
vo opine tbis state by bringing in a
very industrious class of citizens.
Samuel Brown, a former resident of
Salem, but now a banker of Oakdule.
Wash., is in this city.
S. T. Richardson is off for an extend
ed trip through Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thompson aro at
Portland, where they will spend a
General Freight and Passenger
Agont E P. Rogers of tho Southern
Pacltlo railway was In the city today.
He returned to Portland this afternoon.
No rain predicted tomorrow. Barom
When you waut candies that will
Just suit your taste go to Strong's.
The state of Oregon had no building
on the world's fair grounds, says tho St.
Paul News, but in tho horticultural
building was an exhibit of Oregon
prunes, which were given away to the ,
public, and which attracted general at
tention. One of tho principal pruno
growers of Oregon isSidnoy P. Sladdeu,
of Portland. Mrs. Bladden Is one of
the board of lady managers from Ore
gon, and Mr. Sladdcn bas spent most of
his time in Chicago since the opening
of the fair. He has a prune orchard of
100 acres in the Willamette valley plant
ed with 132 trees to the acre. A full
grown tree of good bearing power will
produce 1000 pounds of fruit a year. It
requires 3 pounds of green fruit to
make a pound of dried prunes. With
132 trees to the acre, an acre of land
would thus produce over 44,000 pounds
of marketable fruit each year. It sells
In the Chicago market for 15 to 20 cents
a pound, giving each acre an earning
capacity of $6000. The trees begin to
bear when they reach the age of 3 or 4
years, but they do not cotuo Into their
full bearing until they aro fifteen years
old. The crop is gathered m the sum
mer. Many of tho pickers are college
students from the state university, who
take this way of paying expenses, in
stead of waiting on tables in the sum
mer hotels, as in the East, or pushing
roller chairs at the world's fair.
The Fast Boat. The new fast pas"
enger steumer Altona bought 30 pas
sengers up last night and took 35 down
from Salem this morning. She goes
lowu again Thursday morning at 7:30,
arriving at Portland at 12:30. Elegant
meals are served on board at 25 cts.
Round trip tickets are $2.00 between
Salem and Portland. For tickets or
information inquire at Mitchell,
Wright & Co., Insurance office new
Hoi man block.
Salem's Leading Millinery Stock.
This is a bona fide Sale, and Ladies will be surprised
at the fine goods as well as the LOW prices.
MRS. MARK SKIFF,
291 Commercial Street.
SPECIAL. The entire stock and fixtures for sale.
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
A Tin Star Dkteotive. About
noon yesterday, upon request by tele
phono from the Oregou City police au
thorities, Dotootivo Holeapplo arrested
Charles Thompson on an electric car on
tho Oregon City line, and held him
until the arrival of Constable Fields,
Thompson is wanted for pusslng a
worthless check on tho Commercial
bank ot Oregon City, thereby secuiipg
tho sum of $100. Tho officer hero rec
ognized in Thompson 'tho "tin star"
detective who was arrested lu the South
End last winter, and whom Officer
Hutohlus had to knock ou tho head
with tho butt of a revolver before he
could capture him. Oregoulau.
SoorAL. Tho patriotic orders propose
giving a series of joiut socials at Grand
Army hall. Comrades T. C. Snllth,
li. D. nenry and Geo. P. Sauqderson,
ot tho Post, Mesdames Lon Smith, M.
M. Baker and Ferguson of tho Relief
corps aro committees of tho respective
orders. A committeo will wait on the
Sons of Veterans Thursday ovening
and eecuro their co-operation. The
ilrat social Is to bo given Monday even
ing. Wednesday Evknincj. At Uulver
Blty ohapel will talto place ouo of the
Quest literary and musical efforts ever
presented to a local audleuco. It Is one
of a series to be given by tho conserva
tory and Its friends In order to secure
eieotrlo lights for their department. It
la uudor Prof. Parvlu, tt.ud commands
tho patrouage of all.
BoouiNa Oregon D. II, Stearns Is
In the East booming Oregon fruit lauds.
Ho has a carload o fruit with him, and
Is advertising Oregon to tho extent of a
half page In the dally paper. At pros-
sat ho Is lu Omaha, stirring up tho
natives. He writes to a friend 111 this
o!ty that ueirly everybody la anxious
ineiiaptlst state convention meets
In Pendleton this week. Albany has
four residents over 90 years of age. the
oldest' being 94 Thirty-seven saloons
closed in Portland Saturday, being un
able to raise Haonso money The Lane
county circuit court docket has about 70
oases, mostly of little Importance 80
bales of hops were bought at Eugene
Saturday at 10 to 17 cents Look up-
our advertisers and give them your
custom O. W. Sorlber and wife, of
Salem, aro visiting in Cottage Grove,
W. A. White and Mrs. MaryE.
Coy, of King, were Salem visitors today.
Tho Capital Lumbering company
of this city expect a log drive of be
tweon 10,000,000 and 12,000,000 .feet
down in about two months from the
Luokiamuto river Mrs. D. L. Fies-
terisat Portland Fred Geibel, of
Branson & Co., Is spending a few days
in Portland Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Sorlber returned today, from Cottage
Grove Seoy. Dummett, of the Y.
M. C. A., returned to Portland this
afternoon Rev. Father White is at
Portluud'.-t.L. V. Ehlen of Buttovlllo
returned home today Wm. Brown
Is In Woodburn on business R. L
Swartz weut to Portland this afternoon
fur a fow days of business.
Strawberries. Mr. R. li. Duncan
brought in Saturday a mesa of fine rlpo
He Mourns Not. We are pleased
to notice that Wm. Armstrong is not
disposed to sit down and mourn the
loss of an office. He has made more
boots and shoes during tbo past twenty-three
years, than any man in the
city, and given better satisfaction, as
many of our citizens will testify. His
shop is on State street, near Commer
cial. Give him a call.
Eldership Meeting. The elders of
the ohurch of God for Oregon and Wash
ington meet at the German Baptist
church in North Salem Wednesday af
ternoon and continue to hold sessions
until over Sunday. A large number of
ministers are expected, and some good
work will be done. All are invited to
Want Our Big Red Apples. A
gentleman iu Portland received a tele
gram a few days ago from a wholesale
fruit house at Mason City,Iowa, stating
that they wanted a carload of choice
winter apples. As he is not in the
fruit business himself he turned the
matter over to onoofthe leading fruit
houses of this city. Rural Northwest.
The Game Market. The, close sea
son for Denny pheasants, grouse and
quail ended ou Sunday, aud epicures
were delighted to see numbers of these
birds in the markets yesterday. They
are well-grown and plump, and for just
one calendar month all who can afford
it can enjoy the luxury of a broiled
bird, game pie, quail-on-toast, etc.
A Test Sale. That is what tho re
cent Balo of forty acres of the Sladdeu
prune orchard might bo termed. It
was probably the first sale In tho state
of a fully grown orchard ,aml it brought,
$48,000 or $1200 an acre. Iu California
f uch orchards bring an average price of
$1000 au acre.
An Opportunity. A class In short
hand has been organized at tho Capital
Business college night school. Any
who wish to Jtilu it should do so this
week. Evening sessions five nights
Breakfast Cereals. Tho choicest
strawberries. Mr. Duncan has a good v'oty and quality always furnished
crop and hfe only trouble growing !y U:'rk & pp,oy Who,e wneat
crop and his only trouble growiug
strawberries in Oregon lu October is
tho attack of slugs. He can get rid of
ttiom .very easily by Introducing a few'
ducks iu his patoh.
Auction 8ale op Colts. -J. p.
Goode, city auctioneer, vll Bell for Sal
uiou Brown, Wednesday., Oct. 18th at
1 p. in. opposite. Gray Broa. hardware
store, four California trotting bredi
oohs,(Altamout stock) uiso ouo line llax I
tall aud Mtamout colt. 10-14 3t
Hour always ou hand.
It is an aoknowldged fuot, by all
grocers and consumers, that Clark &
Eppley sell the finest hominy in tho
The Cheapest. Hkvo tho Daily
journal left at jour office or resi
dence. Only 60 cts a uuouih. By mall
25 cts a month.
Married, At Moscow, Idaho, Oo
1 Triplicate. Those m-w photo nov
I eltles are the most satisfactory thlug iu
...v.. hub nuuw. ecu tUflll ai Ultl 0'
..KmmsK:,,.; TZitTiZ '"""'""
ry B. Clough. The bildo is a daughter '
or Jonu Brown, of tho Oregon Land;
Co., who is at preseut residing at Scotta !
W. A. Smoltzer had two true bills en
tered against him by tho grand jury
for the burning of property, which was
at the time insured against loss oy fire,
with Intent to defraud the insurers.
Defendant was arrested about July 20th
on tho accusation of burning his resid
ence aud barn on his farm seven miles
oast of Silverton on the morning of the
12th of that month. His farm in this
county consists of 100 acres. He was
arrested late last.evening and placed in
James Bell vs. Order of St. Benedict,
action for money; motion to make
amended complaint more definite and
B. Phelps vs. J. M. Brown, writ of
reviews; judgment of lower court overruled.
Allio Brown vs. J. H. Brown, divorce;
decree for plaintiff with costs.
Archie T. Edmuudson et al., vs.
Musa and D. J. Miller, partition; H.
dmith substituted for David Craig as
one of the referrees.
Chas. Rtce vs. Leuore. Rice, divorce,
The jury was discharged today, until
Nov. 13th, at 1 p. m. when there will
be a continued term.
All four courts against Louis Mc-
Clane in the gravel controversy, were
upon motion of tho district attorney
quashed. His attorney H. J. Bigger,
kept pointing out defects in the indlct
mont until there was nothing left of 1'.
GRAND JURY WORK.
The grand jury returned aot true
bills today agalnat Wong Toon and
Glug, two Chinamen engaged In a cut
ting affray in Salem some time since.
Al8oanottruo bill against Thomas
White for pointing a gun at some one.
Also against Charlie Mon, charged
with gambling, a not true bill.
Sing Wong and Quong Sing, charged
with conducting a lottery, a true bill.
THE BROOKS CASE.
Dr. L. M. Hensel on Friday was able
to send word to his wife that it was not
necessary for him to come before the
grand jury. Upon arriving hero he
was informed by W. H. Holmes that
the grand jury had instructed the prose
cuting attorney to notify aim that the
Brooks neighborhood controversy
would not bo further entertained. To
day a not true bill was found against
him. . .
A true bill was found against Wing
Lee, a Chiuese physician, for practicing
mediciue without a diploma.
The grand jury is still iu session.
THE OREGON PACIFIC.
At Corvalli8, Saturday, Judge Fuller
ton, in addition to ordering the sale of
the Oregon Pacific October 15tb, au
thorized the Issuanco of receiver's cer
tificates to employes for wages due for
August and September. The receiver
was also giveu permission to sue the
Portland Flouring Milla Company for
an alleged balance on transportation,
and was allowed ($750 for expenses for a
trip East, which the court thought was
for the best Interests of the road. It is
expected that the road at its salo will
be bid in by the Blair-Wharton faction,
whose intention Is said to be the com
pletion of the road to as Eastern termi
nus at on co.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Local Correspondence from
in the Valloy.
NORTH HOWELL PRAIRIE.
Clarence Lerwill of Browusvlllo, is
stopping with B. F. Fletcher, his
Philip Wiesner of Murray, Idaho, is
home on a short visit.
Mr. McDouald and family who have
rented Geo. Weeks place have taken
We learn that a young man of this
place is having a neat dwelling house
erected on his farm. This reminds ub
that "coming events cast their Bhadows
Rev. Royal will deliver a lecture at
the church on the evening of Oct. 21st.
commenclug at 7:30 o'clock.
The first month of school will close
on tho 30th. The enrollment is 43, aud
the attendance has been quite regular,
for bo many small pupils in stormy
Fall wheat sowing here will be made
late owing to the removal of corn and
potatoes on the summer fallows, that
bas been hindered ereatlv bv the re
P. W.VanBuren has retired from
che position as section foreman here and
expects to farm tho coming season. A
gentleman by the name of Sullvan is
Several of the Marion people went to
Salem Monday. Some of them wero
subpoenaed as witnesses in the Egau
trial in the district court.
The Marion tannery is now turning
out some very nice samples of leather
and paying a good price for all kinds
of hides. Will and Emma Gulvin aro
attending school at the Jefferson Insti
tute this fall and winter.
Prof. Davis, of Jefferson, preached at
the Presbyterian church last Sunday at
The following is a report of the Mar
ion public school for the month ending
Oct. 13, 1893: No enrolled, 40; average
attendance, 33; pupils who were neither
absent nor tardy during the month
were Grace Skeels, John Walker, Clara
Wiseman, Charlie Ellis, Earnest Pear
son and Merlin Pearson. Mary A.
Kelly is teacher.
and WOOLEN FLANNELS
Men's Woolen Socks & Woolen G
Lowest PmcEa-HnA ,.
GOOD LUCK TO YOU
Good luck to villi anil trnnA lnnlr If. win
Muu kj every vno wno latte advantage or our
SCHOOL BOOK SALE.
Nelthfir A hnr&A.Blina nr fr.ni lanfAlntniiiMn
Murine you moh opportunities. Ueo that
yourcuuurenKQto the Bute street book
tioro ior tneir school suppHcs.
Booksellers and Stationers,!
08 STATE STREET.
E. M. WATTE PRINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB
Lee Bowling was brought to tho
court house Monday afternoon by bis
brother who resides near Marion. The
young man is 24 years old and has been
an idiot during all his life. The county
judge, deputy jrosecutlng attorney,,
and Dr. S. It. Jessup conducted the ex
amination, and Bowling was commit
ted to the asylum.
To Wed. A marriage license was Is
fUed today bv tho countv nWb f
Claire Camp aud H. P. Glass. G. w
Legal BlanJc Publishers.
Bush New Brlck.over the bank, Com'l street.
Hates, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
ThO bOKt hntAl hAfwonn T1nH. . n
D.-.,T.-r. ." r-"" ."" ."" on
f. . TLT "" r '"" in an its appointments,
IU tables are served with the V""""JDUU'
Grown In the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop..
Not a Sell-Oat-Here Tg fa
I am not so nrni. ul?l
but have brand new Btocffll
Belling out. Iam'beretoitiSi
by careful selection of theO
ductions 01 millinery art WitfjS
in my shop aud moderate eiiai
mprlf. fhn Irorl. T l , r"M
favored with. Mvhirk.
than any eternally selllDjootial
motif In tho .ti.. nJ .L? .Vra
ii.rr. ;". ..".. QUU "s w
nuci mi me money. -rne lams
ber of people served the past Uo fl
Is t he best nroof of thl.
One peinter: 1 furnish fnmafel
vet uais anu ao tno worfcHdli
for $1 00. Other work icd 1
proportion. Mrs. D. L. Feister,tt
owcci ujuiiusr, mem.
Tho Southern Paciflo hu(!u
IJiiujuimuuu trip HCKeiS, gaxtj
including one admission tothtcji
tion. Tickets on BaleMftadrjd
UCOUUJIB UUU A'llUUVB UUIJ',
Tho "little wonder." flvi i
positions in one nicture. Isnoik
the lead over everything In t!M
Economize in Paper.
Clean newsnaners. tied la M
100, not cut, for sale at this oEJ
iilteen cents a bundle. A Heine
wrapping paper, lareeeheetitrifi
a pound. Next door to the pottf
WANTED.-Oood, live solicitor p
crentlemsn): eood sihn U al
A ddress box ti, care JOOBML. M
ITT ANTED. A elrl for houtiorl
YV be wll recommended. At M
dress. Liberal ulUtj nAtim&
WAAlrlv. PArmanAnt nnatLlOS. Ul
Manufacture Btandard Pressed Brick,
Molded Brick In all Patterns for KronU
HDnSSE5lr th1 brI,ok Jor lhe New Salem City
mthepKTty!' theflDe bulJdlnCete5
yards near Penitentiary, Salem, Or. 6-3 dw
Uouneotlnjrand Primary Classes open
Honday, Sept. 25th,
Oor. court and Liberty streets, oppos,te opera
OAMP-GLASS.-Ou Tuesday, Oct.
17, '03, at the home of Q. W. Putnam.
H. P. Glass, of Latah, Idaho, and
Miss Claire Camp of this city were
J 'diied In marriage by Rev. A. L.
The newly married couple left on tho
1:40 train for their future home In
Lttah, where Mr. Glass Is a prominent
to ootue to Oregon, and will do so as
soon as a purchaser for their property
oan b found. Oregonlan,
Exquisitk. When ono Is buying
toilet articles, tho greatest object is to
oat. niim irnoda mill 11 rut duality. If
you need -soaps, enongvaor perfumery I Suiujrmk Court, The supremo
tblseudeau bo attained by selwtlug' I wurt of Oregon mt at noon today aud.
tcom tho elegant new stock 'of the Cap- aoveral Multnomah county cases wore
JW Druff ttore, Holiaau block,- j arguod.
Prohibition Club, Meeting at tho '
W. O. T, U. hall tonight at 7:30 o'clock, i
a full atteudauco la desired, Meetings
ran) and everyonu Is invited to be pres.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.No Ammonia; No Alom,
Used in Millions of Homes- 40 Yearn th Standard
Sips of Health.
You don't have to look
twice to detect them bright
eyes, bright color, bright
tion. Disease is
is replaced by the healthy
kind. Scott's Emulsion of
cod liver oil effects cure by
building up sound flesh. It
is agreeable to taste and
easy of assimilation.
. ... r a uown. a. Y. Alldr0.t
For teachers and mothers will becm Octobor
2d. at the same place.
For particulars apply to
Mrs. P. S. Knight,
mUIS PAPER Is kept on fllj J.M1
1 Advertising a gency, n m m
Exchange, Ban KrancUeo, ttlitaja
rontroc'S for advertising can laws j
j kinds on sale at O Libert? ltnf
THEY "TURNED TOE Hlfflif
And I have started a "CUSTOM HOWl
ray own, ou State street, nejrawjfl
where I will be pleased to mwi mj j
raerg, ana plenty 01 neuu!'l;
Boots or bhoes. uoodflts, toeduuw
BWU -"JSft-EjQ NKATW M5IJ
Just south of the Methodist Churt.lf
UreBOU- FREE BATHS.
TCvorvftilnvneirand eleS. T
Meals 25 cts, Heard and looilnf wl
MAKE NO MORE MISTAS
CHARLES A. SMITH BUS
Tie Rustler food
And he doesn't burn np "rSal
ruel, wnenhe saws . "V.rTnM
with him rvs.ruinnllr nrlfsveorctn.''.
olswr store Uearborn's book stow"
street, or address me by maa.
MfCROW & STEOSLOFF,
FRESH REFRIGERATED MEM
Onlv tho tw q, 1 ?.16 Commercial Street, Balem. xra.i.m
uniy tbo Best Stock BouRht. "BJjsSr Only the Best MeMW
.. Good service. Prompt delivery.- -
247 .COMMERCIAL STREET.
F. T. HART,
IF YOU NEED CLOtHING
I afcoST wU?, We.a.ro.B.lne all our wen'a and youth's sails m
.. w ..D oiB uuo 01 good values to select rrom.
'..., OUR ALL WOOL PANTS
' ,uu uw -ou a Pwr take the cake. Coma and try a pair.
Largest Qua la the Wnriri
J? VlA?lJ t world's "so no o?heT SB dS W"! J? ' T" tbem
. .u .t vu BCU " Uls la the I 'w mm iiuen mreii .
month of mnntha nvi.u m. -..i. I.'"01. ftata in nma
ffi Sff n,ght8' deKbtfuI travel the?at?st StyES"' 8a el6gant D0W as8ortoent or FM aDd Winter,.!"
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UMBRELLAS, avh WACKlNT0fil,'
WILLI55 TlT?rTT.TT?'TDC5 & CO
for rates or other inf.jrtna. OPERA HOUSE noRNER, . '. . BALW.
i---tf I Little UUat School 6bofor8WWMf
COmfnrt nnmiiin ra.i
western IIma olU "u,u" ortb