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EVENING CAPITAIi JOTJKN1&L. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1833.
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Daily' b mall, per yea-.
Weecty. PMt Pr -rear,
Ofcoove, not' every one can drum
up enough p lllowpby to get Into n
perfectlyjuifrand true relation to chll
dren. ATI effort would be required
To be fair and honest vtlih children u
asking tod much, when we hardly bavt
to be that with grown persons and yet
be considered upright business people
Onereasm why otuerwLso respeclabU
people are often careless In their treat
memo' children Is beouu? they think
the little ones are Incapable of paylnt
back and art so weak and helpless tba'
they cannot resent It. The secom
reason Is probably a phtlojopblcal on.
they are afraid there Is not pnllosoph
enough In the world to go around if
they shiuld undertake to treat childrei
sanely, If they even think at all on thi
While kinduesi will do a great dea
with a child it wdl not do all, as candj
will it d for a steady diet. Most peo
ple are incapable of recognizing the
fjet that a child Is as important as tbej
are. All children from Infancy are at
epitome of the whole society iu which
they are bora and a freab installment
from the eternal decree that projected
the creation and existence of this whole
universe and holds its future in the
hollow of its baud. In that light a
child is a serious fact.
People are unjust in their first con
ception of a child as something trifling,
a Jose, to be laughed at, grinned at,
done anything with but treated serious
ly, yet serious earnestness la the pano
ply of a higher life that la spread over
it to orotect It atrainst the triflers. But
they -will persist until the little one at
three years is often so dazed and bewil
dered by their efforts to be funny with
it that It has lost all traces of its origin
al seriousness and wears on its face u
hopeless tare of confusion, if not idiocy
or what la worse precocity and brazen
impudeuce. We are so big, you know,
and so wise, we cannot treat the little
messenger of divine love as though it
were anything but a puppet filled witii
sawdust, or a jumplug-jack for our
amusament. Borne people are so de
mented in their relations toward child
ren that they will even try to work off
old puns on them. Auotber unfair
way to act with children is not to give
them an answer to their questions, or
an evasive or ineufflrlent answer, or a
downright dishonest answer.
Mothers and fathers, indeed everyone
will be amply repaid for every bit of
love and kindness shown the smallest
and most stupid child. Iu themselves
they will feel better, their mea's will
set better, and their complexion will bo
rosier and their eye brighter for it. In
the little one the tiniest seed-thoughts
or acts of lovo from you will grow into
grand golden tokens of affection to bo
expended and returned if not on you
then on others.
Recently there was a death of a two
year old, In an obscure family. The
father kept a saloon all his years aud
though rather late In life had founded
a family aud in due course of time a
little one came. A new light came in
to his life from that day. He felt a
new loyc, a new sense of importance to
himself and responsibility to Bociety he
bad never felt before. His wife noticed
bo was at home a great deal more. Ho
cut 'fl the evoulngs earlier to bo by tho
cradleside aud keep the house comfort
able. A new music had entered that
circle. He left off drinking. He only
smoked at the saloon, all on accouut
of the baby. His wife had a sweeter j
vnlivt riiH Innb. HI Mnrv u'uu n Iwillpr
being In his eyes thau bus had ever ap
peared before. He felt himself some
thing more than the careless be-lmppy-
todayfor-tomorrow-youHllo fellow he
had always been, Then In a snd hour
all this new source of happiness was
gone. The child was laid In the ceme
tery, The man was back In his saloou.
He sat by the stove, his head buried in
lib hands. Up at the long bar the
crowd surged, Iu and out, glasse clink
ing, oaths rattling, dice Blinking, money
chinking Into tho till. Outside was the
roar of the street cars, drays, nowsboys
yelling, aud peoplo tramping the side
walks. But ho heard nothing of the
noises Inside or out, Hu was with hi
baby boy. Ho was knowing agUu at
the cradle in silent adoration, listening
to the sweet breathing and drinking
Into tils bouUIio poacuaud lunoceuce
that streamed from the iui of soft,
pink dimpled before htm, Ah! The babi
awake. Then for tho frollo and romp.
fle forgets nil ho has brcu, a, urluKing
.. - .... .
wail, U8 proraiuty, mui 110 is a gum-
torln the lieave,..; relation of father
and child. Ho is happy aud free, pure
IKI mnocenttt ma 0ttljy imy. iuvy
Noun. They will start Iu the tiew
a -.. Fill.
life together, Hu ahull go to school,
fcj ptwj mated, bo a greater uud a letter
an than his father. Ho shall uever
tr the barroom.
Put he awakens. The sweet vialou
la gone. He Is again la the humdrum
of his life. Ah his long dark past la
illuniioated by a brief bright halo sur
rounding his memories of that child.
There are tho-e who Imagine a saloon
keeper has no soul. There are those
who think a child I? a trifle, unworthy
.f terious thought or treatment. Both
THE GDVtK.NUU'S BAD EXAMPLE.
The governor of Oregon naawstan
evil exampleof political atnart-aleckism
and governmental Insubordination by
getting out a Tbnnkgiving day proc
lamation ahead of the president, and
containing an attaok upon the views of
the chief executive of the nation, and
setting a day on a different date from
The fl-153 flew on the state noue
Nov. 231 for Thanksgiving day by
itlict of Governor Pen noyer. The state
institutions aod other'state officials ob
wrred that day oat of def-renee to the
naudate of th chief executive They
oiowed the proper respect toward his
iigti office which it is only becoming
,n the governor of each slate to show
toward the chief executive of the na
Iod, whoever he may be. The indi
yidual is lost eight of. It i3 the office
that is respected.
In a frantic struggle for notoriety
G iveruor Peu noyer divided the author-
it,-of state and nation wnicn minis
ca-e should be one. A house divided
aHiost itself cannot stand. The chil
dren at our public schools, the at
tendants at the stale reform pchool.state
prison and state col leges' which were
ob'iaed to defy the naliouai authority
by Governor Pennoyer's unreasonable
mandate have all been taught a lesson
f disrespect for law and disloyalty to
Why shouid not disorderly elements
defy authority aud cranks take ven
geance Into their own bands? Do not
those in public positions lessen public
respect for their high offices and divide
the authority thit should
firmly and with great care and prudence
wnen mey esiauusu izjuuivji buu wu-
fusion iu place of order?
Perhaps Governor Pennoyer would
reply to thte criticisms that the presi
dent has no more riht to name the
last Thursday than he had to name the
fourth Thursday; that there is no law
regulating the matter. There is a deep
er law t'je custom of keeping a nation
al Thanksgiving day, an unbroken cus
tom since 1660, when Abraham Lin
coln appoiuted the day, and in New
England for a hundred years or more.
But then no question of national poli
tics or state rights enters into the mat
ter. It is purely a question of custom,
decorum, good order aud commonseuse.
STATB NEWS, NOTES. COMMENTS
Hon. BealGathler of Toledo, has tak
en charge t.f Siletz Agency as Indian
Agent. His son James is his clerk.
The Newport Leader thinks Job
Hrop. of Corvallis, will merely escape
the Lincoln county crand jury as well
ns they did that tribunal in Benton
county. They have a brunch bank at
Unllfornia oranges exceed the Pert-
! land market this week,
The delinquent tux list of Lincoln!
county Is juit belug published.
John Fitzpatrlck, proprltor of Hotel
Monterey, bus made application to the'
Indian department for permission to
erect a cannery on the Siletz river.
D-illiia paper. Nov. 21: Yesterdey
was Guveruor Pennovers Tbanksuiv-
, lug occuiiou, but it seems to have bad
j but preciom few friends anywhere in
the state. Never again would be jump
in front of the president in such mat-
teip. Two Hhortyears ago the governor
bad a multitude of admirers, but said
ranks have been wonderfull thinned
Boats Kt'in to have as hnrd a time
getting that big pile raft afloat as the
royalists tire having getting the Queen
on the throne of Hawaii. Botii draw
too muuh water,
A bill bus beu ordered for tho Epis
copal church ut Newport.
Men That Jump
at conclusions, aro generally 'off their
bae." lieomiso there me numberless
imtont mo lloinertof que-itlouuble value,
It iitie-n'i loiiow tutu an aro worthless.
Don't iMuta Dr. cage's Catarrh Remedy
with the usual run of such remidlen.
It Is away above and beyond them! It
is curing the worst cast of Chroulc
Naeal C'uturrh. If you doubt It, try it
If you make through trial, you'll be
cured, toou forfeit for an incurable
cum.'. This oiler by World's Dispeusarv
Medina! Ascirttlou, Builttloj N. Y.
At ul druggist! SO cents.
Coursa of High O.ado Entertain
uents at the Salem First M.
.Jip, j)r. Arthur Brown, of First
iw,ytWan church of Portlaud,
"Father Time," Nov. 2S.
i Dr. Chan. Ed ward Locke.Tuylor
aireut omiruii roriiunu, "tsvery luoh a
Kr.... 11 r.... 11
n.JgSS.r"' ' '
- tuhot . . SIn,,0 aml9.
fij0ii H 50 CeuU. Tiuketn for Hale at
Dearborn's bookstore aud All ken's
. . ".-. 2" . '
grocery ejoro, Mute street. ll3tf,
KO mouk wkv i'hkt ifyouira pn-
otroikcule enauielvU olf Uoei, old by
nru io. i
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Local Correspondenco from
In the Valley.
Mrs D. B. Allen returned Tuesday
Prof. Louis Barzee spent a day at
Eugene, returning Friday.
Hoover Bros.' team ran away Thurs
day evening scattering meat from one
end of the street to the other, but no
particular damage was done.
The Masonic Hall is receiving a new
roof and a coat of paint which it needed
Prof. Hawiey of the Willamette
University, will preach a Thanksgiving
sermon In the M. E. church, Nov. 30,
at 10:30 A. M.
The ladles will give a Thanksgiving
basket social at the M. E. church,
Thursday evening, Nov. 30th.
The Ladles' Aid Society met at Mrs.
Barzee's last Wednesday.
Mr. Herren's new confectionery and
notion store Is nearlng its completion.
Miss Cora Adams of Salem, was a
visitor at the Jefferson Institute Thurs
day. J. R, Metzger is Improving his resident-,
near the Institute where he ex
pects to move In the near future.
Winter grain Is nearly all in, and Is
coming up nicely In some fields.
Our city marshal has put in some
much needed crossings.
John Fowler U off on a business trip
up on Eagle Creek.
Geo. J. Wolfer went over to help bis
Brother William butcher hogs last
The social at the armory was a grand
Our town was visifcd by Comedy
Wonder Co. No. 3, which rendered
some good music. After the show they
gavc ft fre dnnce UIlt,i midnight.
.. ,.,, aaaA nrm.ntn
Will tivjr un3 ja-xavv, uu w. v.....u. --
build a sidewalk from the corner near
the council chambers, past the new
church, to the school house. Good
Bam Daniels is nursing a pet in the
form of a big boil, on his band.
A singing class is being taught at
the Congregational church, meeting
every Saturday nmuu rree. x.very
body who wishes to learn to sing by
note, are cordially invited to attend.
J". Ii. Calvert bad quite a "shooting
match" down his well, the first of the
A. Chninard Is busy removing the
stumps from his city property.
Two chop mills, runuing in the
same building, shows that business Is
Bud Dimick seems to find plenty of
work to do with bis steam saw.
S F. White is still in the swim, buy
ing spuds for Tooze.
We understaud Claussln and Wes
ling have purchased a tract of land
from Mr. Grimm.
Chas. De Waters is still on the sick
Patronize the'great One Cent Dally
Journal, and get the news, fresh
Tutt's Pills bauish biliousness.
Plenty of ducks Davison's market.
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsaparilla Is carerully pre
pared from rianmparilla, Dandelion,
Mandrake, Dock, Pipsissewa, Juulper
berries and other well known remedies,
by a peculiar combination proportion
and process, giving to Hood's Sarsa-
Sariila curative powers not possessed
y other medicines. It effects remark
able cures when other preparations fail.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
Personal. Situation by middle
aged German lady as housekeeper.
For a widower preferred. No. 123
State street. 11 20-1 w
Grape Vines for Sale.
I have propogated several thousand
good stroug two-year old grape vines
for setting out, assorted varities, suit
able for culture in Oregon. 25 cts each.
$2 00 per d"zen, E, Hofer, Salem, Or.,
Journal office. d w
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied Iu bundles of
100, uut cut, tor sale at this fllco at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, twoceuts
a pouud. Next door to the po-toftlce.
Intelligent Headers win notice that
N Bt "tmmnttd to run" all classes
r He. but only aueH aa rasalt
frsa a ttlaortWrcd Itvcr, tlas
Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia,
Fevers, Costiveness, Biliaus
Ceiic, Flatulence, etc.
Tor theaa tajr aro not warranted m
albletotunk aremtnijr. trle, H3cu.
DETKCT1VB AND COLLECTING BDRBAD
PrtTt work a specialty,
C. B. 0UUCJCNT, Muupr,
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
8alem, November 25, 4 p.m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
HALKU 1'UOUUCE MARKET,
Apples 30c to 50c. a bushel.
Veals dressed 4 J cts.
Hogs d rosed 6 to 7.
Live cattle 1 to 2.
Sheep alive $1.50 to $2.00.
Spriog Itmibs $1.50 to $2.00.
Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
iu wholesale lots $3.00. Retail $3.40.
Bran $15 bulk. $16 sacked. Shorts $17
$18. Chop fced$17 and $18.
45 cents per bushel.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oata old. 33 to 40c, new 25 to 30c
Hay Baled, uew $S to $12; old $10 to
$14 Wild In bulk, $6 to $S.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1.
95 to $1.00 per ov. U No. 2, 70 to 85 cts,
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 17 to 18c
Eirgs Cash, 25 cents.
Butter Beat dairy, 20; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoued meats Bacon 12J;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes 3Uc. to 4Uc.
Ouious 1 to 1 cents.
Beeswax 34c Caraway seed, 18c
Anise seed, 26c. Ginseng, $1.40.
Chickens 5 cts; ducks, 6c; turkeys,
slow sale, choice, 10c; geese 7c
Grain, Feed, etc
Flour Standard, $2.90; Walla Walla,
$3.15; graham, $2.50; superfine, $2.25
Oats Old white,33c per bu , grey, 34c;
rolled, in bags, $6 2oe.o0; barrels,
$6.7o7.00; cases. $3.75.
Hav Best. $10ffil2 per ton.
Wool valley, price nomiual.
Millstuffa Bran, $16 00; shorts, $18:
ground barley, $18; chop feed, $17
per ton; whole feed, barley, 70 cts. pel
cental; middling, $2328 pertoo; brew
ing barle , 9095c per cental: chicken
wheat. 8n 90 per cental.
HopsOld, 10 to 16c, new 15 to 17.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery, 30
32e; fancy dairy, 2527jc; fair to good,
2022c; common, 18 to 20c per ft.
Cneese Oregon, 1012: Young
American, 15c per pound; California
14c: Swiss imp., 3032; Dom., 1820.
Eitct Oreeon. 30c uer dozen.
Poultry Nominal; chickens, mixed.
$2 003 50 per dozen; ducks, $33.50
geese, $3.009.00; turkeys, live, 10c;
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 10
13c; do inferior, 89c; do valley, 12
Hops 16 to 19c.
Potatoes E-rly Rose, 2540. Bur
Oats Milling, $1.151.20.
Hr. Ceo. W. Cools
OI St Johnsbury, Vt
Like a Waterfall
After the Crip
Tremendous "Roaring In the Head
Tain in tho Stomach.
" To a I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mas.:
"Two j ears ajo I had a severe attack of
the Grip, which left me In a terribly weak
condition. Last winter I had another attack
and was again very badly off. rny health
nearly wrecked. Jly appetite was all cone,
I It-id no strength, frit lirsJ all the llmr,
had roaring nolsej in my hoad. like a water
toll. 1 alto had sevcro headaches and
Severo Sinking Pains
In my stomach. I took medicines without
benefit, until, having heard so much about
Hood's SArsaparilla, I concluded to try It.
and tho result Is very craUfylng. AH the
disacreable effects of the Grip are pone, I
am tree irotu pains and aches, and believe
Is surely curing rny catarrh. I recommend
it to all' UKo.V Cooh.,Bt. Johnsbury. Vt
Hooo'8 Pills ! not p"B.p1ao''frip
bat ct promptly, tiL,r ana efScleDUr. Be.
Connecting ani I'r nvry CUwes open
Homlaj, Sept. 25th,
Vr. Court and LUisrty lreU, opposite opera
For teacher and motura will biia October
3d, at the mm place.
For Partleulara anulr to
Mns. P. S. Knight,
of Denver, has opened Dress-maklnR
Parlors In IheEltlrldgo block, Iu the
moms formerly occupied by Mra. Baker
A Perfect Fit or No Pay I
The New York Lyceum theater Is to
lose W. J. Le Moyne, who is almost the
best character actor on the American
stage. J. E. Dodson of the Kendals com
pany will take his place.
The English musical papers, misled by
an erroneous report of the death of Mme.
Tavary, have been publishing biograph
ical notices of the popular prima donna,
now successfully touring in this coun
try at tho head of her own opera company.
ODDS AND ENDS.
Capo Town has a population too mixed
to suit the English residents, who all live
in tho suburbs.
France is the only European country
which has today fewer able bodied men
than it had 80 years ago.
In Scotland the commonest name is
found to be Smith; Macdonald holds the
second place and Brown the third.
tt mnv interest many to know that
from an artistic pointpf view a woman's
face is more beautiful when viewed from
the left than from the right
About the top notch of income for a
New York law firm is $250,000 a year,
half of which may go to the head man.
Some firms may run rather above this.
Headquarters for all daily paperp. at
J. L. Bennett's post office block news
X.-" . k.
DE. Tj. I,. CAEKES.
Stricken Down with Heart Disease
r. MUea Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
GEs-rtnrES: I feel it my flnty. ns veil cs o
pleasure, to publish, unsolicited, to tho world the
benedt received from dr. Mitts- restorative
remedies. I " rttlckcn down with Mean
IM?rajeh& its complications, a mpid pulse vary
ing from 0 to 140 beats per minnte, a cboUng cr
burcnie fyrimtinn in the wiid pipe, oppression
don of the heart and below lower rib. palrl In th
arms, shortne of breath, tlecplesscefs, weakness
andpeneral debUltr. The arteries lonyMt
would throb violently, the throbbing of my heart
conld bo heard across a large room and would
shako my whole body. I was eo nciywu thatl
could nit. hold my band itemdy. I hare been
uncfrr tho treatment of eminent PhV?1.
wUlu-'t tho lft benefit. A friend recom
mended ymiT remedies. Hhe was cured by Dr.
Mtlear remedies IhaveUken. (f-fp
lhreo totUei pf your heir f-lj W K J
Heart Cure and two bottles "' w
NerrineT ly pnUe Is normal. I have no more
rtolcnt Ihrobhlngof the heart. h wciil mm
lelrcerely recommend .everyone wfthsrapoms
of HeJt Disse to tahe JOr.WUa' JUstora.
Mr- llrmntira and bo cured.
Gypsum City, Ktns. L. L. Caemcb.
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RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
KIDNEY, LIVER and BLADDER
COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, LAME-BACK, ft
Wm.M. SAXDEK'S ELECTRIC BELT Jjlm
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wuTeresu)rvQiaosariasio roouis neaiw
WE HAVE CURED THESK-WK CAN OUREYOW .,
CENEKAL DEBIU-ry CURED. i LAME BACK AND RHEUMATISM.
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UT.A. l.tiAnam.imrklrt-Us arIiuedTDiir
ttaot.aia&lua, In roar UwtneniVyaa can ci
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RHEUMATISM MID.LAMENESS CURED.
.Dr. A T. Sandra. Daar Sin-1 cot oo t roar blu
two u no tor rhulDiUm. trom whlra 1 aoskrid
for ral roan. FortbapuiaUmaatha Ibadcot
Meaablataw rk. Vour ball baa placad mala al meat
parfrctbaaltb lath too wxka I bao ua.-d It. Icaa
walk oom ortabir.aad tl lika a aawnaaranorallr.
M. K. UCOUfcj. IrtjptUtoe latarBatiaaal sUuL
Sr.A.T Paa Ian. TJaar sir t-1 bars
.acoma aui. Uiioor
toil.battar Uaa Iha? tor ot laara. Ibaraaala
uaouta out lor
Mjrvuisa .miiht. uu iraina
la ticor dally, aad aaa
Ad ABB BlHUl IB ftMn BaK
THE DR. SANDEN
arlToa aoocbtiu, pr loncad co
li,HM. itcaaaa laaprav
wa warrant it to cure any of tba
Refisadca. Thar ar crad4 la trcaatarta
fANDEN ELECTRIC CO. 172 mm, MtTULM, mm
Arc a great blessing. All children
will be perfectly rugged and healthy
if raised on the
G&IL BORDtR EAGLE BRIHD
Condensed Milk, for it is the most
nourishing, rich and natural food
for infants that' can be found. Re
member the Eagle brand.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell iL
water to one of Eatfe condensed milk.
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