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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
(JJAHiV AND WEEKLY.)
BY HOVER DROTHBRB,
WEDNESDAY, JAN.. 1,
Altona and Ramona
Portland, 6(45 a in.
Salem, 7:45 "'
Independence, 6(30 ft. m.
Cyi'relcht received up to 10 p. m.JH
Quick tln, regular service and cheap
... .rates ...
M. P. BALDWIN,
'. JimHtrW'--"" iWigs;
Miss Llllie Bernard! is home from
Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Irwin went to
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hodgkln went
to Oregon City today.
.Mrs. Fred Stcusloff lias returned
from a visit In Corvnllls.
Mrs. I. D. Bovcr has returned from
a week's visit In Portland.
"UUa Ifnfln Wlipptnr. nt Indenend-
ence, Isthcgticst of the MlsscsCrclgh-
MARION COUNTY FINANCE.
A BTATEMENT Or TUB COCNTY'B A3
QET3 AND UABIUTIES.
County Treasurer Jap Minto has
today struck a balance of the assets
and liabilities of Marlon county,
which shows the financial standing of
the county to bo as follews:
December 31, 1893 $-13,002.00
Interest on same .... 1,824.00
Total liability W7.420.00
Funds In county I rcasttry $1,340.05
Delinquent taxes due for 1891,84,005.32
nnlltmllnli, 1nvnaitmfirMino 11 rt(ll fid
O'BRIAN. At the family residence,
n J .i-.4. irrkim fir TlN9.
day, December 31. 1895, of heart
trouble, Mrs. D. II. O'Brian, aged
57 years, 0 months and 0 days.
The funeral was held today at 10
o'clock n. m. and Interment took place
in the Catholic cemetery nt Gcrvnls.
Muclhatipt went to Aurota
F. .1. Cattorllnf eTurned Unlay
Nod Loouey spent a happy
Year In Salem.
W. E. McEIroyJ camo homo
T. II. Kay transacted business
tho metropolis today.
: J. II. Va'iiWInklb' returned "today
from n holiday visit at Hnlsoy.
R. A. Coshow, of the Salem woolen
mills, was it Portland visitor today.
. II. II. Burrls and O. II. Jloyt, bnsl
neon incii of .ielTorson, wore In Salem
dipt. I). C. Howard came up ftom
Portland this morning, to spend New
Year at homo.
J. M. Wood n 1 IT rottirncd today,
from California, after about two
T. S. Golden and Don Spraguc, of
thoStato street confectionery, were
1'orlland business visitors today.
E. h. Hoopengartiier went to Port
laud today to romalit, ho having been
transferred from the S. P. freight
oltlcu horo to the gouoral olllc In that
(ltd. W. Humphrey, editor of the
.lelTurMin Itovlow, was Inthoojty to
day. IIo remains over to tho Intnlla
Hon of Chcmckota lodge, I. O. O. I,
which lakuH place this evening.
Mrs. Franklo Cornell, of JelTcrsoii,
Is in tho city. KI10 Is tho wife of WH
bur C'ornoll, 0110 of tho Ix'st known
newspaiKir men on tint coast, who Is
now u tho Yukon mining county of
PnoiiATH CouiJt.-oT lvT"Epplor,
guardian of Ruby Epplcr, was dls
oharired bv tbn nmimtn muri ..r.
having probated his flnalaccoiintnnd
IStTII III! llt'II li lilAIVt lllll' III! inni .Gf.iritll
t .1 a 4 u. !... I rit m. a 1 .. 4 tmn 1 nn 1 m
.Misses .icnnic ami iiiiin rtiiuuinun 1 j;eiin(iuciit uixcsuuciorjou-, u,uui.w
returned today from a short visit In J Delinquent taxes due for 1893, 11.705.22
rp Delinquent taxes duo for 189 1, 12,011.88
Miss Helen Crawford and Minnie
Morris returned today from a holiday
visit with friends.
Mrs. J. O. Goltra, who has been
vlbltlng her father, Dr. J. Reynolds,
returned to Portland yesterday.
Miss Bertha Moorcs returned to
Portland today after n week's visit
with Salem relatives and friends.
Mrs. .1. R. Linn returned to Wood
burn today, after a short stay In Sa
lem, tho guest of Dr. Guiss and fam
Hon. G. M. Irwin, accompanied by
Mrs. Irwin and Miss Adn Calllson.
wont to Portland today, where Mr.
I rwln will preside over t lie state teach
About forty of tho friends of Judge
and Mrs. George II. ihirnctt gathered
at their elegant new homo on High
street last night to celebrate tho 10th
anniversary of their marriage. An
exceedingly pleasant time wasonloyed.
dancing being 0110 of the principal
features, and not until long after the
New Year was ushered lu did the
merry timing dlsjier-'e.
The Foresters' ball last night was
participated In by a large number of
dnlem'H young people, who heartily
appreciated tho excellent music ren
dered by Parson's orchestra, which
was ably assisted by several of tho
talented musicians of this city. Tho
dancers remained until lontr after
midnight, realizing that it is not
often that they are enabled to enjoy
such a treat.
Total resources 837,317.40
Balance against county 810,070.14
Maron county has no bonded debt.
Tho dcllnnucnt tax rolls. If fully
collected, would show tho county to
have a Iloatlng debt of $10,070.14. But
the assessment of the Oregon Pacific
railroad property In tho county was
not carried onto the rolls In 1801, as it
was not known that anything could
bo collected. But the county court Is
certain that this will now be paid,
about $2000, and this will reduce the
net Iloatlng liability of tho county to
a little over S8000.
A SUCCESSFUL DRUG HOUSE
The Capital Drug store, Ltinn &
Brooks proprietors, was established In
September, 1893, and has Just closed a
very successful year's business. The
drug and prescription business Is
handled by this house In a trust
worthyand Intelligent manner. Their
stock Is first-class and complete 1 11
every particular of the drug and
chemical trade. Ladles will always
find here a nice line of perfumes and
toilet articles. Patent medicines and
druggists' sundries are sold as low as
anywhere. This drugstore Is very
centrally located lu the new Hobnail
block, corner Statu and Liberty
streets, mid overhead are the olllces
of some of Salem's leading physicians
and surgeons, as Drs. Hall, Robertson,
Lane and Mott. Prc-crlntlons nut im
day and night.
nnnvpp Rntnrrlnv. npnnmher 28.
1895. at 12:20. of diphtheria, at his
home, Albert, only son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Win. Hoover, of Brooks, aged
1(1 a.nn n Ifl t.inlltltD n .1 .1 ') flol'C
Albert was born In Kansas, Febru
ary 20, 1883; moved here with his par
ents live years ago. IIo was a bright
lwy, one to command tho respect of
all wlth'Whom he came in contact;
n favorite in 'Sunday school as
well as at homc.always full of life and
having a word for every one who
knew him nnd at the same time
having a heart not to harbor a harm
ful thought for any one.
Funeral services were held at the
homo Sabbath day at 11 o'clock. After
the discourse tho assembly repaired to
the Jones cemetery to pay the last
tribute to one whose memory will
long find room In the hearts of all who
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hoover desire to
tender to their friends In Brooks their
heartfelt thanks for the assistance
rendered in this, their darkest hour
ZIMMERMAN. In South Salem,
Iccembcr31, 1885, to Mr. nnd Mrs,
Zimmerman, a son.
TIIK ATTOI.I.O IMIITY.
The elegant homo of Mrs. Ida Bali-
cock was kindly thrown ojicn by Its
mistress last night to admit the mem-
born of tho Altollo club and Invited
guests. Tho houso was prettily deco
rated, and a diversity of amusements
had been prepared for tho cuests. who
gathered to tho number of about forty
to enjoy tho hearty hospitality of the
nosicss, ah exceedingly merry t mo
was sient uy mo happy young people,
had It approved. His ward has bo- not t,lu least enjoyable feature of tho
couio of ngo and ho has turned over to
ner tho property to the valuoof J3.305,
consisting of farm land, lots, etc.
Tho Ixiiitl of C. K. Brandenburg, ad
inlnistrator of the W. W. Biooks
estate, was approved by tho court. It
Is In tho sum of $5,000. M. W. Hunt
and Gcorgo S. Downing were named
A CoiiiiRC'rmNfho7ofercnco to
County Treasurer Jap Mlntoashavlrg
n common school education lu this
Issue of Tub Journal should bo sup
poiuonted by tho statement that ho
nls attended Willamette tinker-1
"iijr mrcoycnw whou It had tho most
onlctcnt corps of Instructors It over
had. This makes him nil tho moio
WMnpoU'iit lotlllthooiiico ho holds.
ABVLUM (.'IIANC1K8.-MW. Russell,
".. mi occupied tno position of
iHJUbokconcr at tho Insauo asylum for
M)iuo years, is alKiut to retlro from
thopliicoand will bo succeeded, It Is
said, by Mrs. Franklo Cornell, of Jef
forson.a sister of tho Loouey brothers
...It Is reported that there aro also
"uior minor ohaugos to lw made.
evening bolng tho delicious lunch,
which was served nt n iato hour.
After welcoming the New Year tho
guests departed, bringing to a close
one of tho most pleasant gatherings
in tho history of tho club.
Mlas Carrie Campbell highly enter
tained a nuintwr of hor friends last
evening, at her honio,384 Center streot.
Tho evening was most nlcnsnnth'
sjient In games and music. Tho party
did not disband until tho town clock
had struck twelve, ushering tho New
i t-iii in. urcciiiigs were then ex
changed and tho young folks returned
to tliolr respectlvo homes. At tho
proper time, a delicious lunch was
discussed. Those nrescnt won..
Misses Carrlo Camnbell. Mnttl Hunt
Lucia Cochran, Maudo Hunt, Messrs
W in. Landon, Gates Cochran, Jerry
King, Bert Adams, Geo. Dunsford,
KlmerBalloy, Ralph King, Richard
Churchill, Herbert J. Campbell, Jno.
W. Cochran. John Klmr mwi a ,i -.,,,
On retiring from nractlco of den.
tlstry lu Salem I wish to express many
tho very liberal patronage enjoyed.
For futtiro dental operations I am
pleased to refer them to my worthy
friend, Dr. C. H. Mack, who will con
tinue practice at the same milcn
(Old White Corner). Dr. Mnek hav
ing been associated with mo. I know
lilui to lw extremely well sldllcil in
any and every branch of dental prac
tice and a very nice and worthy gen
tleman. I Iwspeak for him a very
J. M. KEENE, I). I), s.
Salem, Dec. 28, 1895. I2-2S-2w.
A DOUIILK IfKAUKR TllllL Is ulmf
tho furniture store of Huron Hum
litem might lw called as well as a dou
ble decker. They have two largo store
rooms Hooded with goods, licsldos
inoir regular store, which is cliuck-a-block,
galleries and all. They evi
dently buy goods in train-loads and
havo been selllnir all tlmt imif..,.
dozen men could handle. They havo
tho finest stock of furniture, wall
paper, and carpets ever In Sniom ,,,,.i
tholr trado Is Immense because thoy
uuj mm wii ciose, and uso tho best
Judgment In all tholr deals.
Watch Meeting. Quite a number
were present at the watch-meeting In
the auditorium of tho First M. E.
church Inst night, all present taking
active part. Short addresses were
delivered by Rev. Parsons, nrcsidlnc-
elder of this district, nnd Rev. Gran
nis, pastor of the church. i
AN OPEN IvETTER,
SALEM, Jan. 1, 1800.
TO OUR PATRONS: Wc have just closed our first year's business with you, nnd are
pleased to say,lt has been very successful nnd encouraging. Wo cninc among you ns strangers,
have tried to do an honorable up to date business, and have met with bucIi success that we
will in the near future move to larger and more convenient quarters, Increase our stock and
be better than ever prepared to servo you as tho new year enters. We want to thank you for
your liberal patronage In the past hoping to have continuance of tho same, and to wish you
one and all a Happy and Prosperous New Yenr. Wc aro
Yours anxious to please,
S. JVL & E. H. STOCK,
115 STATE STREET.
Received todav a auantitv of fruit out im 10 i ) I
, - r-- r
2quart glass jars'Mason's," This is solid, j I I ' V
a . . VI K ' I I US
packed, not much juice, with a heavy fruit I
syrup, and was canned in Marion countv,
. nress liiiinv
thanks to my friends and clientele for In the assortment ran h fminrl ftparal A-nrc
igo enjoyed. i , , '
cnerries, pined currants, peach plums, red
raspberries, gooseberries, strawberries, Kent
ish cherries, wild blackberries. Price for
any of the above, 30c for legation jar,
R O, Grocery, HARRITT LAWRENCE
V n n 1 T I 1TAH n I r n
1 IMnBM W
VIOOY&Efl PUi STORi,
Woolen Mills Store,
. ,LA,sT.1L,1C0"iC'-KIle;Ci,arles Ed
winl Steelo and Nettie O. Morton,
were tl;o onlv 'mmin , ,.. .'
Comity Clerk Ehlen for n n i Jrfliiii
llconw during H, la.t uiyV 8rt 1
...,N,8A.NK ''atiknt. - Henry Bellis
lSr tai.ioU,owy,u, yetnlny from
ORAN I) SALE-COMPETITION
Lat cs 10 maeklmY,i,.w )!c
uullcs' i mackintoshes no"v
Men b w.60 Mackl..the " now T 50
1 1 ..'"." EAR ll g cuts 1ipi
Lm M ia union aults i row &.
Ladto' all wool shirts anddSwcrs,
drJKV&.!or shirts and
DREhS GOODS Slaughter nrlets
Wlneliiill woof heavy plnldsftf
ueavy plaids, ft7Jc
I'll IH L'rMtmli ll.. I., r.x. - .
Mno (termini iintinou .
,j I . .. -- vw ri
..V.T..i. "IMIIVI.1 aW,
.1 1I1UII 111 I U'lWil t !.. n .t. .. .. .
t , r. ; ' """lawiHJ ill.
J eh mported ladles clotlt -Mc yd.
C10TI0 vTV,cd ,,nUi? cU)tl1 -"Sy
?W. H l RU,ts ,,ow
Men's 7 suits now w,
Willis unos. & CO.
TLaix,rt il1'1?,1"1 Ab$ly street.
OU) FOLKB' WHIST CLUli.
Tho"01d Folks" awaited tho coming
of tho Now Year at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Wrluhi, i ,.i,.i, .,,i
celebrated Its arrival bv niinn,.in
... . .. . -'"i
ueiiny now i ear's greetings. Tho
hours were whlled nway by Indulging
In their staple ainuseinent-whlst
playing, with the result that tho llrst
prUuwas won bv Mr. MntuOinn n...i
MUs Anna Motschan, and the
"lKxibles" by Mr. Oatch and Mrs,
Adams. Thoso nresent wr. ti.
nnd Mrs. J. G. Wrlitlil. Mr. ami trs'
, ...... -.Sw
Vtm. Kliclnnd. Mr. nml ftM e n
Adams, Mr. nnd Mrs.J. A. Baker, Mr.
and Mrs. C. 1). Gabrlelson, Mr. and
Mrs. A. 1. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. E.
C. Cross, Dr. and Mrs, J. A. Richard-
m, .nr. ana Mrs. Claud Gatch, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Drayman, Judge Murphy,
Mr. Metschan, Mlsa Anna Motschan.
m' Shl?' Mre- 0Kwo, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Hofer, nnd Mr. and Mrs.
Kllnger, of San Francisco. dub
olllcers for tho now year worn im.Mi
as follews: Pnslii(i,i i,i.... T
.lurphyj vIce-nresldent.Mrs. Vni..n.i.
secretary, E. C. Cross; treasurer, Mrs.
Breyman, Mrs. Fleming and Mrs.
w right. The club will meet with
Mr. and Mrs, J. . Sutherland next
CHEAT CU'ON CANDY.
Golden & SprnKtio have cut, tiinm-i..n
of choice fresh French creams. H lm
for 75c; 50o Ixix for 2flc. Plain and rlli
bon mixed, all fresh made, pounds
for 'Sk State street confectioners.
iV IlAI'l'Y Nkw Vmii Tli
tho nonular Court
orous patrons of
street grocery of McCall Bros, are ex-
iciiueii mo compliments of the season
by tho proprietors. They hope to
servo tho public bottor than ever In
A TlllNCI CH'THK PABT.lChrlstn.n
presents aro no more lu season, but
thoso mammoth square meals for is
cents ut Kemvorthy & George's rostau
rant aro being served Just tho same.
TIIK WltONQ lHUflO.V.-Ill tin. r..n-
away Item a fow days ago tho nnmo of
ireil Blanchotte should havo been
used instead of Tommy Walt.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Pair.
Extru copies of tho Now Year's edl-tloucanlwhadatthUortjec,
fii.wx l-errect Mode.
The Clotliine Busi
ness in Salem during
the past year, has, in
a general way, had its
rough sailing, But the
Woolen Mills Store
has stood like Gibral
ter and sold the most
and best goods, Its
home-made and all'
wool goods, coupled
with square dealing,
has done that busi
ness, and the intention
of the managers is to
put in a large stock the
coming season at
prices that willcorres
pond with small W
comes, and at the
same time the stand
ard of these popular
goods will be full
kept Up, and its manv
friends and nation o
can rely in the future
on getting reliable
goods, the same as in
Three of the toughest of the reform
school boysescancd fromtbafc lnst.lt.ti.
tlon nt 7 o'clock last nlcht. Tlmv
were In the kitchen nt tho tlmo nnd
eluded tho watch of tho bend cook-.
A change In tho engineer there took
place Tuesday, and it is thought the
boys concluded they could not be cap
tured by the new employe, F. S. Bry-
iiui, naving Heretofore boon tlmt. mil.
cer, nnd nlwavs detailed tn sni, wnrh-
J-IIO DOVS are PatSV Mnnnnv !!
- ..Vw..... IIUI
Known in Portlnnd; Alonzo Copplc
nnd Charles Bennett, each about 17
j cars oiu. several offlcers of tlm
scnooi were out In nil directions
senrchlmr for thorn, nnri ,nn00o
havo been sent north nnd south along
muiiuiruau nnu river. This is the
fourth escape by Mooney. Of late he
has been quite trustworthy, and
would havo been paroled In a short
time, having obtained tbn n,,.,,
amount of credit marks.
The Ramona win m ,. n. .. -
tnnlrrt.t ..., .1.. V. ft" lU "ana
iomorreu" "'m0rc ftt
now at twelve feet. The water raised
one foot slnwi 8 o'clock Ultrra,seu
vnnu S!Jl0r,camo tlow f)in Cor-
MUMS tOdnv lnrln., ...1.1. .... .
Salem milis; ,;'- -- r
J- ho Gray TjhtU i,m,. .,
raft of ln,s)n, n. .:,."'"' ,uw"
1;rima DojWA.-Mnie. Julia
Arenentl posesses remarkably sweet
---' avriiiilllU VlllPn IVIilnl K-
(or her fomo both i 1, .... .1
j th hor s:s:
llmciil. C' A- cntor-
The Best Goods
and Lowest Pricesi
Come nnd seo for yourselves.
N0$u.ql mi STOW
Dealer jn jroCorIcs, Paluts.
'ad the most complete stock of
Brushes of all Kinds In the
State. Artists' Materlals.LIme,
Hair.Cementand Shingles and
finest Quality of GRASS SKBDS
j. jt. mark ins,
J'gi at ' Chemeketa, street near Com.
&tT: to ,n,erferine and
TC M fVlTmnnuTiTnuiTiinn
.. . iumn ill in unu Wtj
BOOK AND JOB PRINII
Legal Blank Publishers.
Buth'a New Brick over the hnnk Com'li'mtj
Core for TTad,.
EhSA'TSSL S. ..?. f ""Caches
best. I.eff;;;rLu.v.w emy
iri.i 1. .":V .."? "iw remedr afir
ah u.i t na p...a m -
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10 joureir and attend tbn M.,
concert at tho Rotwi tnni.o, ...i..-.,.
Pi-ofthoY.M.a T" ;
mombers paoss mm ,aiMi ..,. ",0
and In,,,. T. V"'wl ?"""
-n t."t,miii is arranged,
uac VI ini nw h.u
cents and j,,oo t FrVd A.
'needs" but more deeds.
cwea long rejUt the
100 00 for every $10 invested can be made by
our new Systematic PI... f c t..s"r '
,,,? f n,f raore m,de d''jroi mall inves.
'.yniMy persons who live avray from
h1phf ;iu" "V. ","1" "K pun and
,.,. " lurnisnea, uur Uook ei
"Points and Him. k . .. UOOK,el
even when te";ron7kldeUor ,Khe rTr
GI"I0SE9- Bkersand Broker,.
Open Boardor Trade Bldg., Chicaeo, ill.
i0 30-3md&w "
FREE TO ALL WOMEN
periods, Vcw. dunffS!.,!:.?aw!?
wants Is not n,n. ""fi01""". will EUdlv Bd ?,
V SSe tKP W??1- ressMn. j.v; B
( 96, TajpUAnLipij Ce,, pre, h-Wb?
Union Pacific System.
ThrOUch Pullman P.l., Cl... TVinrllt
Sleepers and Fieo Reclining Chsirs dsilf
PORTLAND to CHICAGO
Our trains are heted by steam
lifihted by Pintsch light.
iuic 10 untcaco. 3 1.2 davs
-- .- . ...v-K", J U
vu 1 . "ew York 4 I2 F-
hours quicker tnn cora-
or rates, time tables and full informatux
BOISE tO BARKER
Agents, Slem. Or.
R. W. BAXTER. C. B. WINN,
General Agent, Dist. Pass. Agcnt
135 Third Street, Portland.