Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1893-1895 | View This Issue
By the lump or single piece Clothing for
Men and Boys. The greatest opportu
nity. The Lowest Prices. The best
goods ever offered.
WOOUtfl fnii STORE
All tho new school books
aro now in and ready for ex
change. A full line of pon
cils, tablets, slates, etc.
ST- F. S. DEARBORN.
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
Served lo Order.
If at any time we haven't In our large .lock
of Book, and Magazines the particular work,
that you detlre, we can get It for you In the
shortest time at no additional expense Our
main attention Is given to exchanging all old
school books. We have now a ) 1,000 worth
of new school books to select from. Our
books will be sold at wholesale prices. See
that you send your children to
-- .Patton Bros.
! Always FIRST
For J5 ytart the (tiding brnJ.
t. . .u. 1
A BMt ixl lit roost economlol.
S A PERFECT POOD FOR INPANTS
l'rof. 55, M. Paryln returned this
afternoon from Albany.
Miss Ida Martin wont to Portland
this morn lug to attond sohool.
h turned from Eugene tills aftoruoon.
T. M. Martin, a native of Eugland,
today took out naturalization papors,
Editor J. E. Day, of tho Woodburu
Independent, was a Balem visitor to
Earl Andorson returned this after
noon from au extended visit with
friends at Albany.
Paul Fuudmaii, of Wlllainlna, and
J. H. Douglas, otTroutdale, were today
commissioned notaries publlo.
J, 0. Goodalo, the Coburg lumber
man, returned home this morning
after a short business vUlt in Balem.
Rev. ChttH. Edwards Davis, the tal
onted young Oakland minister, will
lave on tho 6:45 local this evening for
A. 0. Woodcock, a prominent lawyer
of Eugene, who has been In tho city
for a few days, returned homo this
T. W. Leo, Bupcrlnlondom. o he 0.
R. fc N. Company's wator 11 'ts, ro
turnod to Portland on the Gyp this
Ed Muecke, the gonial postmaster
at Aurora, who has boon visiting the
fair for a fow days, returned home this
J. A. Dummott, travollug secretary
to tho Y. M. 0. A. of the northwest,
arrived in the city this morning from
Miss Addlo Houston and Miss Eliza
Bcott returnod to Tangent this morn
ing having been visitors at thoBtato
fair for soveral days.
Thoa. Bcott, Adolphus Meyors, Jas.
Martin, J. T. Ross and other citizens
from tho Bcott'a MHla country, were
Balem visitors today.
Miss Clara Phlllpot, who has boon
tuo guest of Miss Onto MoKlnnoy of
tho county clerk's ofllco, for several
days, returnod to her home at Harris
burg on lost ulght'a overlaud train.
Q. W. Jones, ono of Balem's success
ful sohool teachers, went to Turner to
day where no will act as prlnolpal of
tho public schools of that city tor tho
eusulng term which opens Monday.
Rov, J. 0. Templeton went to Har
rlsburg this morning to attond a meet
ing of tho Linn county Christian En
deavors. Rev. Templeton Is state sup
erintendent of tho Junior Endeavor
work in this etato.
Walter 0. Palgo returned this morn-
lug from a ton days' visit at Ban Fran
cisco. His parents, who accompanied
him, will return to their home in Mas.
sacuusetis utter visitlngotborpolnta in
A New Tkacheu. Miss Eva Leo,
who has for several years been one of
Balem'fl most valuable and successful
Bohool teaohors, has nccopted a position
as teacher in tho roform school, aud
will no doubt give tho best of satisfac
tion. Miss Lee, accompanied by her
sister, Miss Claro, went to tho reform
sohool this morning for the purpose of
becoming acquainted with her work,
which commences Monday. Miss Loe's
many friouds in this city will be
pleased to learn of her promotion,
MITCHELL, T1IK REPAIR MAN,
makes keys, repairs guns, bicycles aud
umbrellas to the Queen's oate.
Don't Fokciet. Genuine Wisconsin
Swiss cheese reduced to 20 cents at
R. R Ryan Institutes a New
Against the 8. P. Oorauany.
County Clerk Ebien issued marriage
licenses Thursday afternoon as follows;
Jaa.A. MoDonald and Matilda Rhodes;
J J. Thomas and Katie Rosenblnger.
R. R. Ryan hrs initltuted a new suit
against tho Soulhorn Pacific Company
for (11,000 as damages sustained by
him in being struck and inured by a
locomotlvo at tho paesonger depot on
January 20, 1801; for tho sum of 5260
expended for medical services; (25 for
medicine; and (125 for nureo hlro. This
Is tho second aotlon of this character
begun by Mr. Ryan, the lirst having
been nonsuited on two points.
Peter Thohart and Lena Urlmm was
the happy couplo to whom County
Clerk L. V. Ehlen today issued a mar
Bounty warrants were today drawn
upon tho county treasury as follews:
J. F. Short, (1.25; W. H. Nash, 70c:
J. B, Russell, (8 Tho latter gentle
men succeeded in killing nearly 400
squirrels. It appears as though Mr.
Russell followed equlrrol hunting as an
Thomas, Watt &. Co. have com
menced suit In tho Marlon county cir
cuit court against Emma I. Wagnon
and Emma C. Poolo whereby they
seek to secure Judgment against de
fendants for (570.01 with Interest on
(270.01 thereof at tho rato of 7 per cent
per annum from March 1, 1805, snd in
terest on (300 at the samo rato from
Juty 1. 1602; and for another sum of
$10.78 with Interest at 8 per cont from
October 8, 1085. Plalntlfls also ask for
a foreclosure of a mortgagoon certain
property near Balem.
Too Blow for tho Horse.
Van B, DoLashmutt, owner of the
Witch Hazel furm and horses, tells ub a
good story on one of Balem's popular
ministers, and as the reverend gentlo
man has recently been returnod to his
flock for unother year, it will do no
barm to tell it to our readers. This
minister, Van oald, has recently pur
chased a' homo from tho WHch Hazel
farm, a beautiful animal full of life and
onorgy. A horso of high blood as Van
DoLash mutt's horses nil are, Van
takes an interest in nil of the horses
which como from his farm and asked
tho minister to keep him posted as to
bow the horso was behaving. Tho lirst
two or thrco letters ho rccolved, the
horso was bohaving all right. But with
the next, the minister said: Alast He
bad bad news to rotate. He had driven
his horse to a funeral and when start
ing in tho procession his horse had ran
away and kicked tho dashboard to
pieces. Mr. DeLaBbmutt wrote down
next day and said: "Mr. , I havo
guaranteed your horso to havo speed,
blood and energy, all of which you say
ho has. But, Mr. , I cannot and
never havo guaranteed any of my
horses for funeral processions."
Damon and Pythias.
The Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias
of thestatoof Oregon will convono,In
this city on the 8th of October and will
hold a four days' session. The local
Knights are doing all In their power to
make this the most notable Pythian
meeting ever held In Oregon. Reduced
rates have been secured from the differ
ent transportation lines, and the city
will no doubt be crowded with gallaut
Knights aud thoir fair luUcs. Tho
local lodge asks the earnest co-operation
of tho citizens of Salem, to this end
remembor the performance of "Damon
and Pythias" to bo glvon by them on
theovenlngs of October Oth and 10th.
Reserved Beats on sale at Putton Bros.
' A Handbomb Residence. The
handsome end spacious residence of
State Treasurer Phil Metschan at the
Oypsy Palls to Reach Albany
Returns to Salem.
The Gypsy, tho O. R. and N. com
pauy's now steamer for the uppor Wil
lamette failed to reaoh Albany yester
day and returned to Balem late last
evening. This little boat succeeded; In
crossing the bar at the mouth of tho
Santiam successfully but was unable to
to across a larger one, known as the
"Black Dog Bar" situated at a point
in tho river about four miles above tho
mouth of tho Buntlam. Bho returned
to Salem, took on a load of flour and
feed from the Balem (louring mills and
left for Portland early this morning.
The Eugene arrived In Balem at 8 o'
clock this morning with n large load of
O. R. & N, freight from Portland.
Immdlately after unloading samo she
took on a load of miscellaneous freight
ut tho dock and returned to Portland,
Tho Groy Eaglo arrived up from Mis
sion Landing at 7 o'olook lost evening
with a hoavy load ot freight. She re
turned this morning leaving Balem at
7 o'clock wlth a big load of freight
and usual large list of passengers.
This talented young preaoher 1h a
genius and Has powers within him
which if properly developed will make
him ono of the greatest forces of the
age, He has wonderful Intellect.
He Id not a matorlallst, but should steer
clear of the vague mists of platonlo ese
terlBm. He Is still surcharged with
tho cllervcscenoe of youth but that will
woar oil. Ho is a napoleon of organ
ization, a tireless workor, Is brilliantly
eloquent In spite of some acquired
affeottalons of pulpit and stagejranting
that will wear oil. With polish and
culture bo will equal If not surpass
Theodore Tllton. Ho has the Ameri
can knack of emphasizing mouoy
making. We bellovo blm capable of
growth in right directors, in a solid
way. Ho Is a typo of tho Pnclflo Coast
American race, that will bofor'o another
half-century be the most magnificent
human types over produced tho first
real American raco on the fuce of the
earth, the present generation of young
men and womon Letwcon tho Rockies
and tho Pacific.
OREGON HTATE PAIR.
Continued lioin flrst page
The 10-year-old son of John Farrar,
who driven a meat cart for Cross's mar
ket, had his vohloio collided with this
morning by a motor lino car on Com
mercial street. In spite of a bad bruleo
on bis head and leg by being thrown
from the cart, tho plucky little fellow
is on hio cart again this aftornoou
driving as usual. That boy is clear
Pawned a Wagon.
Farmer Hewitt, of McCoy, has
been camping at the fair grounds with
two men who worked for him.
This morning his team was gone.
Ho found thO'hor&es at Bhoup'a livery
barn, and tho wagon at Cook's second
band store. Tho men havo disap
peared. The Brown Oase.
In Justlco Johnson's court was again
continued until Tuesday next at 1 p.m.
Council for defendant Geo. R. Bing
ham, Bald his client was absent from
tho city. Deputy District Attorney A.
O. Condlt was also glad to continue
the case as an Important witness lor
tho atato was absont.
cornor of Bute and 12th streets, la being
Introduced to a new ooat of paint which
will add materially to the already neat
and charming appearance.
Woodmen Day. Proved a grand
success at tho fair grouuds yesterday
but every day is grocer's day with us.
Tho )eopo of Balem aro finding out
that our bargains can't bo beat. Rem
ember we aro headquarters for Btaylon
Hour. BranBon & Co.
All thin week wo make special price on our dress goods. We meM all cut
price from any source, on any Hue of goods, llosldcst we sell aU line dress
goods at close prices lor cusb.
CAPES, JACKETS AN ' MACKINTOSHES
the best values aud latest itylrs. Bo say the ladles. ,
-CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS.-
Ttro hundred new suit for meu, boys nnd ehlldrou going like hot cakes.
WB ARE THE PEOPLE
to do y6ur tiadlng with so hay the orowds Humming our store. Come nnd see.
We vut j our unite, 11 U goods ut loww.1 prla,
Villis Bros, & Co.
Tho Ch Dry Goods, Clothing and Bhoo House, Corner Court and Liberty I
JdstAb Good." Is a much-used
phrase by a great many grocer's but
when they tell you they havo a brand
ef soap "Just as good" as ours, do not
believe them but insist on having none
but that of the Balem Chemical works.
Today's Races Will bo irom tho
homes of Balem people to 1H Court
street, for Doty was overheard ordering
by telephone salmon, halibut, black
cod, smelt, clams, lobsters, Eastern
oysters, coast oysters, and ho has poul
try on hand all tho time.
T tub Ministers. The Minister
ial Association of this city will resume
its regular weekly meetings, beginning
at 10:30 a. in, next Monday, The place
or meeting is at the parlors of the Y.
M. C, A, rooms.
REMEMDBR-That Sonuomaun has
reduced the famous Wisconsin Bwlsa
cheese to 20 cents a pound.
ROSSITER.-At the family residence
in North Balem, at 11 o'clock p m
Thursday, October 3, 1805, Alva, in
fant daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Funoral servloes will be hold at the
family residence comer of Broadway
and Oak streets, North Balem, at 2:30
o'clock Saturday afternoon, conducted
by Rev. J, P, Farmer. Tho remains
will be iutorred in Rural cemetery.
M0OONALD-RHODE8. At the res.
ldence of L. M. Baunlughoff, on
Chemeketa and 10th streets, at 8:30 p
in, Thursday, Octobers, 1805, Matilda
Rhodes to James A. MoDonald, Rev.
J. M. Bhulse, of the Leslie M. E.
LENON. At the family home In this
City, on Thursday, Ootober 8, 1805,
to Mr. and Walter Lenon, a daughter.
Divine Service Tonight in St.
Paul'a Episcopal church, 7.80. Ser
mon by the rector. Subject, The Lord
of LIfo. AU welcome.
Seven-eighths mile dash Belling
race Minnie, the rayorlte, aud Paddy
Ryan were left at the post. Charley
Bynum's bay mare, Ginger, won the
race, with Daylight second, Bleeping
Summary aa follews:
Jlvnum'sb mGlcger091bs(Douglft) .. 1
Whittenoore's cho Daylight Wlbs(Wcather.
ford) . 3
Unndall's srl g Bleeping Child lUSlbs(Wll-
Tho winner was bid in by hor owner
Boys' J mile race Cleaver, lirst;
Neal, seconu.' TImo, 1:38.
Oregon championship, mile
Wright, first; Shlpp, second; Rlggs,
third. Time, 1:25,
Mile opon,olaBa A, 2:40 class Entries
wero Shipp, Davis, Grlliey, Woods,
Lennon, DIequo and TownBeud. Shlpp
took tho lead, getting a bad start
through talking too muoh. He lod to
tho quarter with Towusond n good
second. Towusond led up tho book
stretch, Bunohed nt and catno to
gether at tho . Dlequo nnd Towns
end dropped out at tho J. Davis and
Shlpp fought hatd for place but Bhlpp
won It easily, Grlliey Second, Woods of
Albany third aud Dayls fourth. Time,
Exhibition mile, Hying atart.clasa B,
by Ell Winesott, paced by Ruokor, of
dan Francisco, to tho first quarter,
Bears of Albany, tho socond quarter,
"Ell" Leo, of Portland, tho third
quarter, H, L. Hewitt of Portland, the
last quartor. At 11:45 it was announced
from tho judge's stand that Eh Wine
sott would rldo an exhibition mile. A
fow minutes luter Mr. Winesott ap
peared on tbo track wlth his pacers
and was received with loud cheers by
tho crowd. Thoy came under tho wlrt
on thojump In 12:15.
Dr. Geo. B. Wright, olass A, next
went an exhibition mile. Ho mad
tho mile in 2:18, "Dee's" time waulc
certainly havo been much fuster bn
his pacemakers beeu old cumpulgno s
As It was Messrs. Shlpp, Rlggn, bwo 1.
and Woods, whllo Betting a goop
speedy puce, wero not skilled lu niHk
Ing quick "pick-ups" und nt least thre
seconds wore lost on that account
"Dee" is a very speedy man una hub
shown up wonderfully well tlila jeor
Homor B, Hewitt wont au exinbi
bltlou quarter mile In 2.0 Hat, paced b
Alfred Sears of Albany.
Consolation raoe. Eotrie?, Dlsquo
and Baker. Dlsque won In 3:20.
Tho onioors' raco was the la9t bicycle
race of this "moot." Tho. onirics wore
Jos. R. Davis, Dr, Contrls, Armlo
Stelnor, Claud Taylor, Harry Ollnger
and Walter Denton. This was a good
race wulcn was enjoyed by tho com
petltors as well as the grandstand,
Jim Woodruff was entered but was not
allowed to ride on account of a previous
record of 2:08. Armlo Stolner won,
Walt Denton second and Harry Olln
will glvo their farewell concert at tho
pavilion this Friday evonlng from 8 to
11 o'clock, all published statements to
tho contrary notwithstanding. The
announcement that thoy would play
for a ball m tbo city was premature.
STATE KAIK NOTES.
Marcus Daly's horses leavo for 'Frisco
Premiums were paid all day today at
the secretary's cilice.
Wild West shows laok monev.
Their crowds have been veryellm here.
Linn county ran a special train from
Albany yesterday. Lots of people camo
Tho baby show was held yesterday.
Some very sweet llttlo darlings com
peted for premiums and tho Judges had
a delicate task lu making the awards.
Handsomest baby uuder one year, Es
sie Magulro first, Vivian Crump second.
Ford Tarpley look first and Eugene
Downing second as boys over tnree
years. Ina Veaoh lirst us girl of three
years. Lola Cook second.
TOO BUSY TO PREPARE FOR OUR
. So will postpone samo until noxt-Saturday.
Capes - and - Jackets
S. M.& E. H. STOCK
115 STATE STREET.
When Baby wns sick, wo gavn her Castorto.
When riio wiu a Child, she cried for Qmtorla.
When sho hocamo Jtlss, 1J10 clung to Cantoris,
When she hud Children, the gave them Castorla.
Z Altona and Gray Eagle for Port- Z
Z land, leavo Balem dally except Z
Z Sundays, at 7 a. m, Qutok tlmo, Z
Z regular Bervlco and oheap jatcs.
; Agent, M. P. Baldwin, at Salem Z
Z dock. Z
GitKATBALK, At the Ladles'
Porcelain Baths 209 Com'l street.
10 Por Cont en:
The ladies' Bazaar
Will hayo & spcolul sale
TOMORROW AND SATURDAY
on lioery. both wool nnd cotton, when wt
will glvo 10 per rent discount on ail hote sold.
Porcelain Jiuths 200 Com'l street.
wo have a special salo on toltot Artlcles.llori'i
German Cologne 25o for Vks, A fine butttr
milk toilet soap Co per cake for I;.
D,W. Eraser fc Co.
Not enormous in size or price, but in quantity and
quality. Another large shipmont has boon received
and our popular low prices prevail. Our regular
$1 G5 genta bIvoo for 1.45. Ladies' shoes for $1 in
overy day shoo. Donola kid patent leather tip 1.35
and 81.50. Our 75c negligee shirt reduced to 50c.
Union Bargain Store
Ladles' Bazaar, todoy and
Is an Important Factor in the Achievement of
Success in Life.
This is a bit of philosophy that time and the experience
of men havo proved to be founded on fact. That being the
case all who buy clothing should seek a store whore the best
clothing is sold at prices which suil all classes. Such a etore
is conducted by
The Palace Is Oound to lead on
Tub Famous. Wisconsin Swiss
cheese reduced to 20 oenta at Sonne
Meals only 25 cents and tho very hest
at Btronfi's restaurant.
Cost dry goods
sale still on at tho
Take meals at Strong's.
ROYAL Baking Powder.
Highest ot all In leavening
ftffSftk.-V, 9, Oovsnusws ftysrt.
London, Oot. 4, A dispatch to
Lloyds from Balomneo (says: "A large
two-masted steamer, heading, appar
ently, for Plymouth, disappeared from
view in a gale about four miles from
Gravestone. It is feared she flouadsrod
and a life boat has gone to the scene."
Porcelain Baths-200 Com'l street.
Dr. Price's Cream BaJtlag Powder
We We Pair IHf Awar.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Yean tkc Standard,
G. W. JOHNSON &. SON,
THE POPULAR CLOTHIERS.
We havo clothing that fits not only the body, but the
purse. UJothmg elegant in texture and finish. Clothing tnai
pleases tho eye and keeps the body warm.
If you want anything usually found ii a
First-Class Clothing House : 1
.11 Im ataV'
it will pay you to see us. We can show eoods that will &
your mouth water,