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Daly Capital Journal.
BY HOKIJK BHOTHBR8
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1890.
STATU KIU'UBMCAS TICKET
II, S, JJEAN, of Liiho County.
For Presidential Electors,
T. T. GEEK, of Marlon County.
8. M. YOKAN, of Lane.
E. L. SMITH, of Wukco.
J. F. CAl'LKS, of Multnomah.
For Congressman Flint CongreHUlnniil
TIIOS. II. TONGUE, of Washington
For District Attorney Third Judicial
OI1N A. CAItSON.of Slnrlon County.
COUNTY HKl'MIMOAN TICICBT.
I)H. J. N. SMITH, of Salem,
II L. HAIIKLKY, of Woodburn,
R. W. CHAPMAN, of JJrooks,
M KINLBY MITCH ELL, of Gorvnln,
DAVID CUAIO, of Mucleny.
Comity J udgc,
HltOVE P. TERRELL, or Mclinina.
.l.N. DAVIS, of Sllvcrton.
L. V. EHLKN.of Htittevllle.
F. T. WRIGHTMAN, of Salem
P. W. WATEItS,.(r.Salein.
J. W.IIOIJAllT.Mif Gnrllclil.
II H. HEilRICIvVfofiYew Park.
JASl'ER MINTO, oNSiiluin.
GEO. W. JONES, or Jcirorhon.
A. M. CLOUG1I, of Saloni.
For Jimtlro of tlio Peace Salem DM.,
II. A. JOHNSON Jr.
Following nro tliu appointments for
spenKinir iih decided upon iiy i no
county .Republican cniidldntct):
Wednesday, May 27th St. Paul 10
u. in.; Clintnpoeg, i p. in.; lliittcvlllc,
8 p. in.
Thursday, Mny U8th-Hrooks, 10 n.
in.; Howell rrnlrlo, 2 p, in.
Friday, May ISUlli-EuHt, Salem, 2 p.
in.; Salem, 8 p. m.
Mil. TONdUK'8 DAWS.
Wednesday, May 27 Sheridan.
Thursday and Friday, May 28
2 Tillamook county.
On tliu evening or Saturday,
'M, (Memorial day) Mr. Tongue
deliver nn nddroHM at HlllHboro.
May ao-Deconitloh exorcises.
Juno 12-ia-l'ror. UrlHtol's educated
May 2.'!-Local lluld day, University
and Y, M. U. A.. Salon).
May iIiCounly canvass by Ropubll
can candidates at Salem.
Juno 1 General election.
Juno tl-Intcrcolleglnto Oregon
Held day, Salem,
Juno in Republican national con
veil tlon. St. Lou In.
Juno 10 Annual reunion of Oregon
July 7 Democratic national con
July 22 National l'opullst con
vcntlun, St. Louis.
A WORD FOR JAP MINTO.
Tlio hardest light Is being mado on
Jnp Mlnto for county treasurer. Mr.
Mlnto has mado n model treasurer.
Hu linn handled tlio county f timid per
Honnlly. Ho lias applledltheni Imme
diately to tlio pavmont or warrants.
Ho lias engaged In no warrant stamp
ing for friends or foes, Ho has for
this reubon Incurred the Ill-will or
Homoof the putties who mudo money
out of tlio county funds, Mind whoso
lirotlts woro cut otT under Jap Mlnto'
fearless administration. Jap Mlnto
cashes till warrants, us tliey eomoso
long us tho money huts. If ho has
money 011 hand not needed ho
advertise for warrant and stopi
Intereit. Ho keeps Mir plus funds at
otio bank only as a special deposit. It
la not loaned out. If Mr. Mlnto Is
elected treasurer there will not bo a
vestige of warrant scalping business
left in Marlon county, llo keeps the
uaiuo order In all tho funds, Tho
county will 1m put on a cash basis and
till Interest expense, which has hereto
f era been from $1,000 to W.OQO a year
will be Mopped. Taxpayers regardless
ut party, who want to put an end to
intkVa and money-lender speculating
ff tbe county funds, should vote for
the was who has put Ills foot upon It
to Ike interest of the roiuuuin people.
U JUUI. I .UL. . u
Xim ru$cwfuto geUlng cor
xiMiTiiL?Httdn;cotnity nt the lust
jNuWla the Mscllde, chest, or
THE COUNTY TICKET.
The Marlon county Itepubllcan
ticket Is composed of some of the best
nnd most competent men In the coun
ty. All the candidates for county
olllccs have been serving the people In
the otllces which they seek, except
Mr. Hobart for assessor, Mr. Davis for
commissioner, and .Mr. Terrell ror
Judge, nnd Mr. Jones lor county super
intendent. Their records and services
speak ror themselves louder than any
unWRpipcr article win. rue now
names on the ticket are drove P. Ter
rell or Mclinina Tor county Judge.
Mr. Terrell has been a merchant nnd
hotel keeper for many years, was once
county commissioner, Is familiar with
tho methods or doing public business
mil with the laws of the state. He
has built roads and bridges and held
several minor public offices.
J. N. Davis or Sllvcrton ror county
commissioner Is a pioneer runner, a
u close economist and well known cit
izen or that part or the county. With
Mr. Terrell and Mr. Watson or Tur
tier (tho hold-over commissioner) they
would conslltutcEii well distributed
county legislature from a geographi
cal standpoint. ,
The honesty, Integrity and Repub
licanism of Davis nnd Terrel Is tin!
For assessor tho Republicans pre
sent tho name of J. W. Hobart, or
Garlleld precinct. Mr. Hobart Is 11
farmer, 11 pioneer Itepubllcan, a man
who has had a grant deal of experience
In making assessments and will do
Justice to the runners and business
Interests or this county If elected.
Geo. W. Jones, principal -or tho
Turner schools, is a young man who
stands high In his profession. He Is
11 gentleman and u scholar who will
bo 11 credit to the public schools or
our county. Mr. Jones Is a young
man or clean character and correct
habits, 11 lover or children, a native
mm or Oregon, a graduate or the State
university, and a product or our pub
Tho Marlon county Itepubllcan
ticket Is tho equal In ability, honesty
and popularity or any tho party has
over placed bcroro tho people.
PUSH OLD WILLAMETTE.
Tho people of Salem should push
hard by turning out eu masso Wed
nesday nvcntnir 11L Heed's (mora liousa
And encourage Piof. Matthews audi
tlio students who have undertaken to
build up old Willamette.
Tho college Is 11 credit to our city
and with energetic men and women
at tho heads of the departments, and
nil Its work on 11 broad basis or educa
tion for tho musses, the school can
become a credit to Oregon.
Salem recently raised a fund or
425,000 ror tho enlarged woolen mills,
with some outside help. With pro
per inanngomont Salem can do as
much ror Willamette nnd Willamette
In turn will do as much ror Salem us
tho Woolen Mill.
Natuic Intended that
every woman thou Id
took funvon1 to the com
Inir of her bahy with Joy
and hope, unclouUl liy
anxiety Almost palti
let jiarturUlon ii quite
the utual thin? among
ltveu in our own country
It occailonally happen
health and rood comll
tlon. It ought to be the
rule Initcad of the excep
tion , and it U a fact that
a very larse proportion
of the utual pain and uf
ferinff mar be avoided bv
looking after the tuother'a general health,
and specialty atrcngthenlnir the particular
organs concerned in partutitlon,
Many motheia have been brouaht throueh
the trying time aliuott naluleMlybvthe aid
riercca I'avorue rrctcnpuon, it
parttnr the organic atrenrth and elasticity
which the mother snecltllv 11 ttdt. shortens
the time of labor and of confinement j
motes the secretion of abundant nourish.
went for the child and fottifiea the entire
constitution against the after period of de
pression and weakness. It's use should
begin in the early mouths of gestation the
earlier the better,
Ur.VKD Hunt. of GltnvilU.SckMrliJtCI.-
N. I'.mvsi " I read about Dr Wtree's 1'avorut
rrncriplion rlng so good lor a woman wit
cnuu, sa 1 not rwo notrica un tmturarwr, and
iwwmwr ijin, 1 nu m iwtivc-pouaa woy gin
wtirn 1 was counntu 1 was not sick in any wy.
1 did not uar any ualu. and whn the child
, and when Ih child
wsa torn I walird Into another room and wtol
to bed. I never had an antr-r-tla or any other
pain, This U the tljhlh child and UK Urt
uf thrtu all, 1 susftred everything ihtt flesh
could suWcr with the other UUes, f always had
a doctor aad taen he could not help at very
much, but this ttute say mother sad say hvuUnd
were aloue with we. My taby wsa oaly svtn
Uys old w hen I got up aed dressed and left ray
teomaadsisytdupalday - ;
From six (p ten bushels or seed is
the usual yield for acre or alfalfa.
Liml oil consists chlelly or olclne and
for greasing wool, It In superior to
The ilrst carload of California
cherries' was shipped east on the 18th
There Is no rrult which responds to
thorough cultivation as substantially
White oak trees can be safely trans
planted Ifpiopcrly cut back and tho
work projrarly done.
It Is not Bare to pasture either cattle
or sheep on alfalfa, as they arc liable
to bloat when It Is fed green.
The black walnut tree commences
to bear when It Is about 8 years old
and Is a very fast glower. A treo at
the age of from .'13 to -10 will make
good marketable hoard.
The recent decision by a Chicago
Judge that bucket shops were as legit
imate as the board of trade Is refresh
lug to the farmer of this great grain
Sow one to two pounds of rape teed
per acre and you will have an ubuti
danco of feed for a few sheep or pigs.
They may be given access to It when
the rime Is two months old.
Thero Is no better or cheaper way of
growing hogs then to pasture them on
alfaira. One ncro will furnish pnstur
nge for from ten to twenty hogs per
Tho fact that ovcrproductou Is tho
principal reason why hops arc low does
not deter soino who are determined to
launch Into tho business In North
Carolina and many new yards aro
Tho fruit crops In tho custom stntcs
nro very promising at present nnd an
Immcnso niuount of fruit Is expected
to bo In market this your. The boun
tiful crop In the eust will more than
balance the shortage In the west.
Oakland capitalists, it Is reported,
have asked for a grant or live acres at
Holllstcr upon which they propose to
orcct u plant ror preparing llnx ror
market. Tho annual llnx product at
Holllster amounts to about 8:10,000.
Cost of producing one pound or
poultry docs not exceed cost or ouo
pound or bcor or pork, yet tho rornicr
will sell, either live weight ordresscd,
fordouhlo as much us cither of tho
Hum a pound of sulphur in your
poultry house and you will rid the
rouutulu head or tho louso ixj.st. Put
some of It into tho dust bath nnd in
u little while you will have the
poultry In good condition.
Thero -was an Increase, compared
with April of last year, in our exports
or cattle, fresh beef, tallow, hums,
oleonuitvurliio oil nnd butter, and a
decrease In canned beer, bacon, lard
and cheese. Tho value or oxiiorts or
provisions was 12l5IOl:t,M against $12,
235,:12 last April.
John 11. Allen, or Tuconiu,.Is re
ported us saying that ho will btoro
10,000 enses or custom eggs In Iowa
for this market. Ho thinks tho oust
ern eggs will keep tho best, becnuso
tho enstern lions get mow lime than
tho Washington hens from tho will;
lienco tho custom eggs nro not mi por
ous and keep better.
To make alfaUn hay, out In tho fore
noon and let It wilt; then rako Into
windrows. H should bo cured In
windrows and cooks, and stacked or
put In barns with as little handling!
us possible. Great euro U required In j
ortler to get In stacks More the'
leaves becomo too dry and brittle,
Tlio leaves arc tho most palntable
nnd nutritious part or the hay.
Statistics bhow that during tho
year 1895 there was Imported Into tho
state of "Washington from tho mid
dle states oyer 0110 hundred aut sixty.
six thousand dozen eggs, at un average
cost or IS cents per dn7cn. Here we
sec drained from our midst over $30,
000 for eggs alone, while the amount
paid for imported poultry was prob
ably not less than 820.OJ0.
Not all eggs that go on thonnarket
are used for food. The' calico print
works use over 40,000,000 eggs each 1
year. -Photographic establishments
use millions or dozens, and wine clurl
licrs use 10.000.000. The demand rrom
these source Increase faster than the
table demand. Thoy nre used by
bookbinders, kid glove manufacturers
and for llnlshlng line leather.
A simple and cheap means or de
stroying lice Is to place In tho en
trance or the hen house a shallow
dish 'In such a manner as to compel
tho rowls to walk through It when
going to loost. In this dish put a lit
tle kerosene -oil, Just enough to wet
the bottoms or their feet. The funics
of the oil among the reathers makes
life a burden to the lire, and they quit
business. Crude olll Is best for this
purpose, as It docs not evaporate so
A contributor to the Northwest
Horticulturist writes the following on
pruuo curing: "Saccharine and
albumen give the prune Its value and
It Is therefore necessary to euro the
pruno when these elements arc thor
oughly matured. A prune cannot bo
too ripe to cure well. Analysis made
at one or the stations, or specimens
or tho French prune as rrcshly gath
ered rrom orolmrds showed 17 per
cent or sacchnrinc at Ilrst, but pirt or
the samo lot was laid aside In a cool
warehouse, and there nnulyzcd a row
days lutor when It was found to hnvo
.18 percent of saccharine. This snows
that wo should keep the prune nftcr
It falls from the tree as long us pos
sible lnstcnd of gathering before fully
rlpo and curing before fully matured
"Prunes cured before rully ripe have
llttlo substance or flavor, and arc not
salable at good prices.
CHOI'S AND W! ATM Kit.
Oregon crop and weather bulletin
for the week ending Mny 2:, 1806:
Crops There is great vlrtuo In tho
rays or an Oregon sun. This is innde
cvldont from the change In the tone
or tho reports received this week. An
Increase or sunshine and a much
higher temperature has mudo the
Crop situation more hopeful. There
Is an inclination to "go forth in the
open air and list to nature's teach
ings." Very favorablo reports come
rrom all portions or Washington
county. A correspondent from Gales
creek says: "The weather of tho past
week has been very favorablo to all
farm work, and to tho growth of
vegetation. All grain and grnsses ure
Hdviiuclng rapidly under the Influence
of warmer wcnllici." Farmers nro
sowing oats and planting pens nnd
potatoes. Tho ground is roll or mois
ture, so that It Is dltltcult to
plow. A Marion county corre
spondent says tho runners will sow
grain up to the loth or June. The
opinion Is more In ruvor or sowing
outa. Tho ground Is so moist thut tho
crops could htnnd n long period or dry
weather. An effort Is being made to
plant gardens. Fall and winter-sown
grain has a good appouraucc, oxcopt In
low, damp plncos, where It bus been
drowned by ruin. A Lane county cor
respondent says corn has been planted
and grain has resumed Its proper
t 'n ,1""3'M'"f'i' niimniiMiT
a rt" - &
your liouse if you wisli it to be. No extra
time, work or money needed. Instead, about
half as much time, -work and money as you now
devote to keepiug
1 Vl IIUHI Powder.
used for cleaning purposes is the secret of
clean, neat house-keeping, of never being
nea ana worried, bold everywhere. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIWANK COMPANY,
"" vaiwje, iMWYork,
1 Smokiner Tobacco tViado
s "" 1
j QBE 1ft
I IBgEgB IIP
shade. In Jackson and Josephine
counties grain and grasses arc making
a wontlcrrul growth; In Douglnss
county too much 111I11 fell. All gar
den woik Is nearlng a close In the
southern counties. A fovorublc con
dition exists alio In tho southern coast
counties, while In the northern coun
ties It has continued too wet.
Fruit There has not been it mater
ial change In the fruit prospects, nor
en 11 the true situation be determined
until the weather settles and the in
jured fruit lias fallen. The fruit crop
Is now In a doubtful stutc. The pros
pect for an apple crop Is good In
Washington county; trees uro still
blooming. In the valley generally
prunes arc railing badly. Some rare
varieties about Salem escaped Injury,
and aro holding on well. Pear.s arc
sharing the fate of the prunes, uud
aro falling also, rarely an oichaid
having escaped. Cherries are bai.ly
damaged, but sotno trees In protect) d
places escaped Injury and tho orient
or tho damage will not be so great as
to prunes and penrs. In Marlon
county the Impression Is current thut
tlio Trult sltuntlon Is growing worse.
Stiawberrlcs are recovering, and
small fruits generally are doing well.
Sioo Reward $100.
The readers of tills paper will be pleased to
learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure In all Its
tages. and that is catarrh. Hall's Catardi
Cute is the only positive cure uaw known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con.
slitutional disease, requires n constitutional
trearment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
lute nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tha system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the disease and
Giving the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in
itution and assisting nature in doinc its
work 'Flic proprietors have so much faith In
its curative powers that they offer One Hun
dred dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials. Address
V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Marion C umy Populist Ticket
K. L. lUHHAUI). II. CLEVELAND,
OKO. H. CALDWELL, T. J. Mc-
CLAHY, P. A. MYKI1S.
1. M. WAGSKIl.
WASH I KGTON 1 1 UNS AKER.
R. II. LEARO.
OEO. M. UROWN.
R. R. RYAN.
T. Y. McCLELLAN.
II. AV. COPELAN1).
S. R. HURFORD, Jit.
DR. T. L. GOLDEN.
Remember tho New York Racket
when you wuntshoes orclothlng. 2d lw
F,-,i ttv niTya f
n MM ML 9
it half clean.
this year in valuable
articles to smokers of
You will find one coupon In
side each 2-ounce bag, nnd two
coupons inside each 4-ouucc
bug. Iluyabag, rend the coupon
nnd sec how to get your share.
Union Pacific System.
rhrminh Pullman Pahicc Sleepers. Touris
jlecpcrh and l'rcu Reclining Chairs dally
V Oli'J ZAND to CHICAGO
Our trains are heated 'bv steam
lighted by Pintsch light.
Tims to Chicago, 3 1 i. .lays
Time to New York, 4 1-2 days.
Which is many hours quicker than com
petitor. For rates, time tables and full Information
BOrSE iO JiARKEli,
Agents, Sidero, Oi.
R. W. HAXTER,
C. E. HROWN.
Dlst. Pass. Agent JJ
I3S Third Street. Portland.
ill receive children from 3 years upward
Special attention to beginners. All desired
branches for theolder pupils taught, includ
ing drawing, modeling, music plain and ar
tist c needle work All work done on the in
dividual plan, in which each child is ad
vanced according to its own capacity. For
terms and particulars apply to Miss O. llal
lou. Twentieth and O.hemekcta sts.
Salem Steam Laundry
Please notice the cut in prices
on mc loiiowingi
. . . .
IT...,:: :v::r s lu
5 to 10 cents
wimcr smns Stoiocents
iycksperpair 3 cenls
IlandkerchWs. f, cent
bilk handkerchiefs 3 cents
W..V.V,, uu uwigw sups 24 cents per dozen,
and other work in proportion.
Flannels and other work in
telligcntly washed by hand.
Col, J, Olmsted Prop,
itJ.? ,nA'n$ an.d MM" throughout the
ri w 1 .a "ffllw' to the Fount,
ain Washer and Steam Cooker. ihhMln
ll. ..' ."Yfll-J,,,0n P Jhe wear of
n V ,uaq 51X "ontns. 5ent C O,
;SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Bulldln"
is"""" service apply at 'office Hill
f'S ,"thly in Advance. Mike"
coniplalnts at the office.
on acn)1."0 t,educt'0" wter rate
SSffiT r " .?! lotion U eon-
for don, u ::.fc'- aJers using water
;,,-" vr'." l"le. uantractors foi
'"pose. Umtractors for side,
read "under h .TiT- Peering will pleads
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Its circulatien: bW9 to ,,,
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