Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1893-1895, December 16, 1895, Image 4

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Nou) for R?ddcfioDS.
Look over tills list for cut pricesvWatch
tliis space for a week or two,
DolU Large stock, all reduced in price.
Fine celluloid framei, 25c.
Celluloid In large sheets for fancy work.
Fine Metal Frames Only 25c each.
Leather Purses, Card cases; reduced.
Crepe Tissue 25c roll, all shades.
Dissected Map of United States loc.
Oregon Xmas Cardstoe, 15c and 2c.
Wo have tho largest and
finest stock of Watches, Dia
monds, Jewolry, Solid and
Plated Silverware in the city
Wo also have a fine lino ol
imported Out Glass of the
highest grade. Silver novel
ties of all k nds at prices that
defy competition for firdt c'ass
goods. All goods guaranteed
us represented. Give us a call
and bo convinced.
Just for a Flyer.
Wo will sell Gonuino Im
ported Pearl Opera Glasses ior
4. Pine lino of
Ladies' Purses, X
in Gonuino JRat'lesnako, Sonl
and Alligator Skins. Special
dnvos on ladies' solid gold
S,W, Thompson Co.
0. MuraU was ft Tumor visitor today.
Wm.Glarko, oraervabj.ts la tho olty
Hal. D. Patton wan lu Portland Bun
day. II. P. Mlnto want to Hlllaboro to
0. T. Molutlro went to Albany thla
Architect W. D. l'ugh la lmo from
0. Von Patton returned to Ohomawa
this morning.
J. W. Vogol, tho ocoullHt, loft for
Mawhfleld today.
Beth It. Hammer transited buslneen
In Portland today.
BecrotarpofBtnto IClucald returned
from Eugouo today.
Governor Wiu, P. Lord camo'up
from Portland today.
Werner Broymun wbb In the metrop
olis today on business.
Wobstor Holmes and brother Frank
went to Portluud yeatorday.
W, U. Lawlor of tho Quartzvlllo
mines, went to Portland thlsniornlng.
E.E.-McKliiuoy Iiob returned from
Corvallla, Albany nnd other points
Gordon E, Illayes, couuty Judgo of
ClookamnH county, was In tho olty
Frank 1. MoDovltt of tho Post, Is
alolt at his homo In Dopot addition
with malarial fuvor.
Attorney Geo. G. Bingham, Shorifl
John Kulght aud Justice Chaa. E
Wolvorton wero In Portland Buuday.
W. F. Dugan left Saturday for Ban
Francisco aud Loa Augoloa, oxpeotlug
to return about the last of thla mouth.
J. W. Iuglo and Win. F. Uuun.of
Philomath, uro In tho olty ub w Itneasea
before circuit court In tho ICIepnln
II. 12. Hayes, lata graud master of
Go with the crowd
The many pleased buyers give
dkplay wo mako thla year.
We lead
All Balem In handkerchiefs.
Gentlemen's neckwear s J J
Whlto shirts, collars and cuds.
What's the matter i i J i
With a line pair of shoes for a Christmas gift? Oura aro all right.
The $50 silk dreaa will be glveu away: December 24. Buy your dress from
us Wo havo all the latest novelties.
0 onit nnd Ubeny. vThe Cash Dry Goods, qiothlng and Shoe Home
iTiir im iiuinrriinl'''-' f''Y?t'ir37ltfmMmmmmfi Vfcy
Chatterbox. 1895, ("x-
Red Line Poets, reduced from $1 to 75c.
New Silk Round Poets, .reduced from $1 50
to 90c.
Embossed Covers, Poets, reduced from $1.50
to 90c
Full Silk Hound Poets, reduced from $1.25
to 8.
Padded Leather Poets, reduced from $1.50
to $1.15.
,v,vv,v263 Commercial st
tlio Stute Grange, has been III at his
oome, uottti-eaet corner 3ih and
Marlon streets.
A Forest Groyo paper saye: Mr.
los. Nibler and wife, of Gervals.vlelted
heir friends and relatives hero ItiMt
week. This was Mr. Nlbler'a ilrst
visit to Washington county, and he
remarked thut tho farmers of this
place appeared to ho In far better cir
cumstances thun in any other portion
of the Willamette valley. He suyB the
(top growers of Frouoh prulrlo aro dls
jouruged and many have commenced
plowing up their yards.
Killed nv A Tiiain. One of the
Hue currluuo horses belonging 10 Major
George WllllumB was run over bj
Sunday morning's overland train and
killed. It was reported that two
horses wero killed, but Itwas not ascer
mined to whom the Bccond belonged
The horses wero In a pasturo south ol
Sale at Ale. Doputy Bbeiin
Coopor wont to Ale today to conduoi
tho sale of personal oropcrty at tha
station. A band of 100 sheep and
about 800 buuholsof wheat and oats
wero Bold under an attachment levied
on ault of B. P. Taylor vb. tL. B. Hun
man on a Judgment scoured In the
Octobor torm of court.
Keep your eyes on Bonncmanu'a
window. Ho Is headquarteas foi
hotllday grocorlos and crokery. Every
lady in town should koep posted on
hla stook. You will never regret It.
If you don't know him or his Bloro,
catch on at onco. tf
DANanrts, Danqrub? Our Natlona
Perils, you will be greatly Interested
Instructed and amused to hear Itoliwm
D. Grant at tho Now Baptist church
tomorrow night, his lutcst and best
lecture, admission 26 cents all (or tin
benelit of tho now ohuroh.
A Civil Action. C. P. Bishop ha
Instituted a suit against Wm. Adolph
In Justlco H. H. Johnson's court to re
covor22. duo on n promissory note
executed on August 15th. Tho case
will bo hoard Thursday Docombor 10th,
The Nation's Pkrils What are
thoy? aud many other iutorestlng
things that porhaps you havo not
thought of, hoar Dr Graul on the sub
ject tomorrow night, at tho Baptist
Roland D. GrANT.D D, Will de
liver his latest and beat leoturo for the
Youug Peoplo or tho Baptist Church
tomorrow evening, Bubject Tho Na
tion's Perils. Como early to get n good
Removal. E. n. Flagg is moving
his printing offlco from tho Btato In
Burauce building to tho upper Btory of
tho old Dearborn harness shop.
Tiih Poi'ULAK Bi'OT. Tho Ken
worthy & George luuoh counter and
rostauraut marks ono ol tho most pop
ular spots on Commercial street.
1 1 m 1
Tho Btoatuor Ramonu will 001110 up
from Portland thli ovonlng, begluulug
tho dally service.
Tho Bpa la well prepared with fancy
candy boxes for Christmas presents
thla year. l-3t
Tho largo liuo of Christmas tree
ornameuts at the Bpa aro on Bale now.
Como nnd eeo them, 10. 8t
willing testimony to the ologauco of tho
Variety without end. Tho Bamo way
. ffl TTOi.T
irnr'iiffifiii,'",i' iig --Sr.girrrVrTfflii.
Mrs. D. L. Fleeter Is recovering from
her recent Illness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton went
to Portland today,
Miss Alma McMasters la 111 at her
home on Marlon street.
Mr. and Mre. G. W. Hubbard have
returned from a short visit in Eugene.
Mrs. Charles Montague, of Portland,
la In the city, tho guest of her cousins,
tho MUnos McNary.
Mrs. John G. West and daughter,
Regina, aro homo from a visit at Port
Towueend, Wash.
Mrs, Ralph Moody, returned homo
today after a visit of several weeks with
Mr. and Mru. Z. F. Moody.
Mrs. F. A. Gilbert of Portland, ar
rived In Balpm today aud will bo the
guests of friends aud relatives.
The Old Folks whist club will meet
tonight at the home ol Judge and Mrs.
C. E, Wolyprton, on Chemoketa street.
Mrs, Wm. Rice, of Highland, is
seriously HI at her homo. Her husband
started for the east lust Monday, but
baH been telegraphed lor and will prob
ably rench here Boon,
Tuesday, December 17, will bo held
the fair at Central Chapel, East Btato
and Eighteenth streets. "Buy, who'll
buy ?" Articles usefuland ornamental
on sale the onlirn day. Supper from 6
'o 0 p. m., 25o; childrou, 15o.
Too "mum" Roclal at the home of
Mr. ajid Mu. F. E. Hodgklus, on
Court street, Friday night, was
a most enjoyable alTalr. Desplto tbo
Inclement weather, about 70 guests
Were present to on Joy tho festivities,
which were concluded by the asrying
of adelluloua luuoh.
Frlduy night at tho homo of James
Irving, on Twenty-fifth fitreot, in
Capital Park addition, twenty morry
couples wero pleasantly entertained
Dancing was Indulged in, games
payed, aud vocal and and Instru
mental music rendered. To complete
the enjoyment dainty refreshments
were eorved,
Last Frlduy eveuiug, Balem Camp
No. 118 Wood m on of tho World held
an open meeting to which alt ellgiblo to
mumbershlp wero luvlted to attend.
The nd dress of tho oveuiug was de
livered by Major F. E. Hodgkln, at
the closo of whloh a short recess was
had and 10 applications for member
ship wore received. A musical and
lliorary program was presented, con
s'stlugof a recitation by Mra. C. D.
Minto, a Bolo by Rev. D. ijippert, of
Indiana, whose accompaniment wus
played by Mrs. Llppert. Buy. Llppert
was twlco encored to whloh ho re
sponded. Mrs. H. B. Holland aud
Mlsa Bouthwlck also reudored vocal
B0I03. After tho conclusion of tho ex
orcises tho guests withdrew, aud the
camp was called to order, when somo
routlno buslnea was transacted.
On Friday at 2:30 tho woman's aux
iliary of St. Paul'a met at tho rostdonco
of Mrs. W.T. Gray. Thore wasgood at
tendance, considering the wet weather.
1'ho meotlng was opened with the
Apostles creed, followed with prayer by
tbo reotor, after two versos being euug
of tho hvmn "From Greoulaud'a Icy
Mountains." Tho president, Mrs.
Lthblo A. Patton, had arralgued somo
suitable texts concerning tho second
advent of Christ whloh wero read by
Miss Tilson. Mlsa Kluzle read a paper
on domestic and mlsulouary bhtiops,
among whom she gave apeolul promln
euco to tho newly consecrated bishop of
Alaska. Mlsa Klnsey had drawn a
map of tho Uultod States on which
alio placed u portrait of eeycral bishops
In tho places representing their diocese,
The Rev. Lawrence Sinclair enU that
his friend, Miss Kinrle.had truly shown
her talont aud ability In her excellent
paper and map. Mrs. Patton read nu
Interesting acoount of Mrs. Belle Bell
wood's visit to tho church mission's
houso In Now York where she saw au
urtlclo intulu of Oregon wood and by
Oregon workmanship, aud she was
Kurprlscd at having to go so far as New
York to see what beautiful wood and
workmanship could bo produced In
Tho bishop of Oregon con
tinued Mlsa Nellie Marguerite Criohton
In 8t. Paul's on Friday evenlug, as
sisted by the Rev. Lawrence Blnolair.
Hho bishop's tsxts wa "Study to bo J
quiet", from which ho taught Bomoj
beautiful lessoua,
Wtea Hatjr wm sIcV, vro gavo her Caktorla.
When tha was a CliUJ, tho crtcU for CastorU,
Who he became SIlsi, bo rlunjj to Catorf.
WUa h hvl CblMrNi, hu tro them Cutorta.
Tho trilby aud loklo shoes at Krausso
Bros, are beauties call and eeo them.
14 3t
ROYAL Bilking t :
Highest of alt ia ic; .a
Strentfih.V. S. Qo cruaint U.port
Olearing Away for Hie Nftv
Tho Walls Will Bo 60x152 nntl
Will 1)0 of Brick.
Thla morning men began the work of
clearing away tho debris off the old
Balem woolen mill alto and preparing
for tbo new structure that is to go up.
Buch material ns la upeful in the way
of casting, shafting, etc. will bo eaved.
Other metal will go to the )unk man.
that is now propo'ed ia to be of brick,
two Btory nnd a basement, the attio to
be used for a drvlng room, the building
on the ground G0xl62 feet. Tbo decis
ion to build a brlok is not final, but It
Is more than likely that will bo the
material used. Insurance will bo less,
the building will bo sollder, and dan
ger from lire far lesa. It will be tho
ilneat mill in tho valley and will bo
larne enough for worsted and mohair
Mr. Pugh, tho architect, says brick
is preferable, and It will take 320,000 to
put up tho main walls. It will bean
Imposing structure aud will moan per
monont employment to a great many
people. The mill, whon fully equipped,
at Mr. JCay now has planned, will
moan bread and butter for nearly a
thousand people Burely thoro la
great cause for rejoiolng for this com
We have received a supply of "Need
ham's" hams, bacon and shoulders, cured
in the old fashioned way, and not merely
dipped, but smoked to just the right point,
Remember that we sell lard cheaper than
any one in town,
For 1894 Aro to Bo Oollectod Tho
Mehama Brldgo.
County Judgo Hubbard returned
Saturday night from a two days' trip
to Albany and Mehama. At Albany
ho met Judge Duncan of Linn county,
and Judgo Burt of Lincoln county.
Judgo HufTord of Benton was not
present. Tbeobjeotof tho conference
of Judges waa In regard to tho assess
ments of tho Oregon Central k Eastern
railway. In tho sale tho court stipu
lated that tho purchasers hould pay
the taxes of 1804, but asked that assess
ments ho reduced to a Just proportion
of the $100,000 purchaso prlco, divided
among tho counties according to mile
ago. This arraugement waa not per.
footed. Judgo Hubbard says thla
would seem fair, only that countlea
that have assessed tbo railroad for 1894
and paid their state tax on that assess
ment would not get as muoh as thoy
had paid the state. On advloo of coun
sel tho Oregon Paclflo, or what ia now
called the Oregon Central A Eastern,
was not listed In Marion county In
1604, aud bo this county had no tax to
pay on tho property. There aro about
120 miles of the read and Judges Burt
and Duucan wero of tho opinion that
(1000 a rallo bo the basis of valuation
for 1804. But there 1b to bo auotber
conference on Friday, Jauuary 3d, at
Albany, when tbo representatives of
the road will be heard. Whatever Is
done tho Hhato that Marlon oounty gets
will bo clear gain.
Judges Hubbard and Duncan went
to Mehama Baturday morning to In
spect the portion of the Baatlam
bridge that la being rebuilt. That la
only tho approaoh that waa recently
knocked down by a falling tree. They
examined the whole bridge and decided
that the entire structure would have to
have new needle beams. Bids were
received today at Salem and Albany,
O. F. Royal of Balem, nd tho con
tractors who live at Albany, who were
ou the grounds, have submitted fig
ures and the work will be done at once.
At the Reform School.
Leroy Laporte, of Albany, Llnu
county, aged 15 years, waa today com
mltted to the reform school,
Superintendent R J. HendrlckB has
now received 218 boys, of which 118
are lu the Institution. ProparatlouB
for proper celebration of ChrUtmw are
nrtdtr wy, i
i 7j "-'"aal
When You Come to 'Reflect
It's no
Do not delay,
We will receive
nnd see them.
Who will
The drawing for
If you have not
Oh, what
A Big Lawsuit Before Judgo Hewitt
Tho oquit sultylln department No. 2,
Paul J. G. Klopplu vs. J. M. Wallace,
ot ol., for certain right of way and
properly Interests Involving possession
of the Ankeny mills water power and
milling property, was heard today at 0
a. ra. before Judge) FI. H. Hewitt,
Attorneys for plaintiff wore Bonbam
& Hoi lister and V. H. Holmes, for
defendant H. J. Bigger and Sherman
aud Condit.
Mr. Kleppin waa on tho stand ail
tho forenoon.
The oo-defendanta in the suit aro H.
F, Wallace, H. Pohte, Hale Baokons,
J. O. Bozerth, doing business as
Bozorth Bros., agents, Wm. MoMaster
nnd Sidney Power company, a corpora
tion. The suit la a very Important ono and
will bo earnestly contested.
Set for trial and hearing on motion
Chas.H. Dodd & Co., vs. Al. Molsan,
Bozorth Bros. vs. Paul Klopplu et al.
Capital Lumbering Co,, va. R. R.
Ryan, et al.
Many Talk About tho holiday
trade this year, and the places to buy
goods,, but at MoCall Bros'., on Court
street, the prices as well as tho goods
talk for that store all tho time,
A nice box of candy from the Bpa
makes a splendid holiday present,
ooya. io-8t
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Moat Perftct Md.
40 Ymti tat SUsfcrd.,
. ml Mi l
' ''"r " wmmmm
That there are
nre getting nnxlous to get something nice nnd suitable in the way of gifts,
But come and sco us fit once. We have what you want, and can
for men women and children. A visit to our store will pay
displayed a full line of holiday goods. Our mammoth sacrifice
continues until Jan. i. Wc are making g'eat reductions in wool
and Jackets,
Fall Dress Goods,
The Last Lot,
on Wednesday morning our last shipment
They are beauties.
get them ?
those two elegant pieces of silverware will
got a ticket do not all to get one, One with
a snap !
Your choice of seventy-five pairs of men's fancy slippers for
$2.30. They nre going fast.
& M, E H, STOCK,
llKrUKflKflTINO Till
Room 14, Bush Bank Building! Salem.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
London and Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
Liverpool and London and Ulobc. Hart'ord Fire Ins. I'o.
Brine; in your State policies and have them written with Utile or no lois to you,
The entire Keller Sons' stock at
Actual Cost !
Consisting of all kinds of house furniBhlugs, pictures, framed aud un framed;
flue easels, fancy chalra, tlegaut rocker, haudsomo conohca and lounges, din
ing tables, stand tables bed room neta, mattresses, and rnauy other articles too
numerous to mention, .Now Is tho tlmo to get your pictures framed cheap.
Remember, theso goods aro to be Bold at actual cost. Every article will ba
marked lu plain figures.
E. ivt. CROISAN, Agent,
SAVAGE At the family homo, four
miles north of Balem, Sunday morn
ing, December 15th, 1805. Sarah,
wlfo of Geo. O. Savuge, aged 80 years,
typhoid fever.
Deceased was a daughter of E. P.
Walker, and leaves a husband and
threo children, John W., Emma Fay
and Stella, to mourn her death. The
funeral will occur at the home at 11
o'olook a. m. Tuesday, December 17th,
Rev. P. B. Kulght olllciatlng.
8PENCER.-Athlshome in Corvallls,
December 12, 1895. G. L. Spencer,
aged 80 years and 8 months.
Deceased waa the step.futher of Mra
David L. Matheny, of Salem. He waa
a native of Vermont.
BARNHART.-In Balem, Baturday,
D cember 14, 1805. Ephraim Barn
hart, aged about 45 years.
RICE-At the family borne. Highland
addition to Balem, Rose, wiro or W.
A. Rice, age about SO, after an Illness
of Btx days.
Deceased has lived In Balem about a
year and leaves two little sona aged 7
and 0 years, and ono Bister, Mra. A. T.
Smith. 8he was a member of tho
Frieuda church and was a highly es
teemed Chrlatlan lady.
Mr. Rice started east a week ago but
waa telegraphed at St. Paul and la
expected to return on tho night train.
BURGQRAF.-At tho family homo
ou luirieeniu street, Haturday, De
cember 14, 1895, to Mr. and Mre
Chas. H, Burgcraf, a daughter.
Condition nowder llnimmt. l,..i
ing lotions and ointments, blistering oint-
...v..t. i'M,b-n.v fin nu.uiu; IMCUIGWCS ai-
Graduate of Ont. Vet. Colin. I'nm.o
Canada. '
Office and DesDensarv nt RmI Vmni T I .,..-..
Stable, Salem, Oregon.
but a few dnystoXma',1
suit you In presents
you, as we have there
sale of winter goods
underwear and hose.
of plush capes. ComeJ
lake place Xmas day.
every (2 purchase.
$i; worth from $1.50 to
Farms to Arms
Another War
10,000 men, women and chlldern wanted to
buy the stock of furniture "carpets, maitini,
etc, of J. A. Rotan for the next 60 days t
cost or less, to make room for spring goodJ.
I mean what I say, am also going to add
large line of wall paper and moulding to ray
stock. J. A. ROTAN,
Reed's Opera House,
Monday. Dec. 16,
of 1 8 performers, with fine band and
orchestra, will present their cele
brated new play of
Tom Roark's Vision.
Seats on sale at ration's. TopuUf
prices, 15c, 25c and 50c.
LP. F1HUEH. Newapaper AdvertUlnj AgJ,
. 31 MeronanU' Exchange, Ban JJ'jSt
la our authorised agent, Xhia pat u vs
on flloln htantUna.
1'CMt UfflOS blocc.
C ft Afl HO an iu.prood J ''I.ihSuM
.9MU. mlle.MinU.ot town.
uud barn Me-r good school.
Murggruf, over Sluteaman.
O commardal aUnography. pmee,
Q ruy block.. The beat of work dC-M
a bl rate a.
WANTED-arty to take charge "T
Houne. UooaUoma light " 7l, "
or eldurljr laly preferred- i-nqulre o
Petby Btt.eraJJo.erCo. J-"lwu