Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, April 02, 1888, Image 4

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    LOCAL AXD ISEKEKAL KEWS
lli.iznl AmHkt if Drip i niy M'i
Cwrfry
Tins MniiE gusts LBrrrKE.
lle Sets Ferllt Hie Rmmhs for I'orw
lag Thin! Party.
Mr W T. Mills' hwiiiI lture In
the ojieni limw, Saturday even
..... I.. ...1.I..I. t,n iunWMH t III" II IIC '
iiiv. in nun it ...v...
lion. "Miwl we lmo a new iri.'.'"
H IWfiiwI to by Hlnrgcr audience
than attended his afternoon talk,
Mid wan received with hearty p -
nroval. It IsKenerally said that our
NilltlcHl .Hniiwlgn" re an cllW-tlve ; to iw-aix' oinei.u inanyruoin. . ..
HKcncy In wlnmlliijc tin- 1-coplc. Kansai and Iowii, the lecturer d.
k., .....i i.iii.li ilnif In hearliiK I elared. there Is lust enough pretence
the principle of our government ex-
lM.undeil. and itolltlcal liu are
submitted to their judgment wwen
lead to lniUlry and thought. This
saying Is ecelally true when
hii able and well iulpj'd ss-aker,
Mich as Mr. Mills takes the platform,
Invjiiisv- lie submits cisil argument
for our consideration, and makes a
jM'rsoiial hjikiiI to his hearers to take
sides.
The jhiIiK In republli-au faith that
heamills with kivnc-t logic Is that
which favuis high license nan step
towards prohibition. This he In
dignantly spurns, as a surrender to
the unclean thing and a comHiet
with Hatan. Kvery liquor manu
facturer in the country Is a hearty
Ndvocate of high license. It not
only ri'llees the irallle of a gissl
slum of the odium that attaches to
It, but It purges the saloon-kccp-Ing
element of the bilks and bum
mers that crowd Into the buslne-s,
ami make commercial dealings
with thiM' who remain coiniKiratlve
ly wife.
The lecturer mentioned an In
cident, eonllrmalory of this view,
that Implied to him in New
York. l"'or two years lie held a stall'
apslntinent on "The Voliv," and
talking to a prominent liquor dealer
one day, the latter oU'ered lo m-II
him an Interest in bis huliiit.
"Itut,"sald he, "I don't proMe to
Ih fouled with any Isius ehceks ;
put up the isillateral or bring me
Mirwtles that arc tnislwirthy." The
njswker mentioned the mime of half, Hlwl,r 0Ver the subject Is functus
m Inhmi liquor dealers s hit would iHuillcIo iind eminot Ih? exerelvd the
mi Ills iHsr. Hut the other broke I ,,.,! ihne.
out Into cursing at this uggctlou.
lie declared that salisui-ket'isrs were
h set of roughs, striker, waul bullies
ami ex-con vlcts, and he wouldn't
lake a whole raft of them as security
for a dollar. Ilrlug mea hardware
dsaler, he said, and I'll accept him
without demur.
Mr. Mill el led score of similar
tits' tu authenticate his statement
that the liquor lutcrel prefers Illicit
llceum; and arguing from the gener
hI axiom that It Is w lc to do the di
rect opMlte of what your enemy
UHUUyiHi to do, he Insisted that
high lliviiHi whs Iwrmfid to society.
Ileeltist stutlsllis to show that
HMWvdiiiikliiK ltliiia wrv then
urn ftiw liquor limis- tlmn hen
tlairoaiv many; and he attempted
to HMalu thU straiii'priisisltlonby
the follow lug rule In arithmetical
inqsirtHHi. 'IVke a town when'
there are two miIisuis , high llivnse
U luistol, and one of them cIom
up. Mist of the drinking tlmt Is
dmte, he said, U hi the ay of tivttt
aiiMmg einivhe. Whlk Kith
Hsitts wev runnliujf two friends
.......
kuhiii meet m wte suvn, rewir io ....-.t ..,... ,-, ...... ...,.....,,"..., -
Uw iwnM it4M.p to pfciltje UiWr tM, wIUwuuiiwiiwh short tMUrt,Mierinnii umiuj.
iHMHMilm mtiU tmit theiglicrmid HdlUy Ulitatratwl, amusing; Js. K. Shepartl, au ammipllshwl
wKlr with Anir drink. TwhikIkh- MHl InstrniHlve Wvturwal w HHrH' printer, and formerly eounecteil with
rHntiU vnaiUl imvt In HiiiHli,t'4M,,,M' l'rilay evening, April tHh, the Salt like Tribune, Imt now u
ft of the iHty, who tmi,!HlHnnt K'teihv f AiitlihiH4i- pwHTtHW ftirmer ih Polk cmiiity,
wMlr tlH-iHhur UriukluK tWisJK- 0Hlng KHiirv frv. Suld-ct, was In the city (inlay and favored
Ukt two xIimm (4mv u4 wiMtrMU " dht, "The Plixslogaomy of tlilsotlliilth a mil. IIU winter
h lib four ilrinkk. Hut with ouv of' Hltli, lU, CliarHeter aiulwhi-at Mitlbrvsl Imt slight injury
tU nUsiiu oVmJ. thw flair mm i 1'rtttn1." AH arv lii itwl. Civm- from the ftiM, ami he rtiorts his
xaW vWt ih. dram i, hwuw at s sharp. grain rlf his coming akaig nl.vly.
hIkiv meh, y bmt iwmmi Hk)U(ls' "" Elder J. W. Weho,arriveiliu town
oulil baf . tn( tWoUMHv,HHit ,w . . . . . .. . withtlw"l.lttWGlaiit"miSatunlay,
Ihu. rfvio ilrinW. ,w .liaiWe llw "?j . w h.hs luW t. HtwUn iUv, n.UligHt tlh. '
fonirr uhouhi of la,r. w,ild l,
MltvttlUrtl
Ity lUi uhmW of MkMMlag, It
uuM lv W4tsr ftir pubUc mumk lUr
Midi a kmu ui Imw four MkiMttt,
h bnv vw4t of tlwr turn nwu voukt
lak prtif ilrinV by hltMtf.
Viw U4 Uih M KVMttUlMkll of ht
tw attlkr the rtwdar a tlbt4M-
IHIUKf
Tlw kviunrr rMUutOmi lhat iIk
w buiil uit a Mr ur natg;jrWl)wliHiirlomktWuukru for itw. Ibiyw,, albJhirnw'lvjrMawnl Trial bat tbw fm
Umu tb hiMMMt WMnUibii of Mfc ! Mwmr or huibl imw m Tb fttlw.l low yw lu tW pmkum-' at lr. H. W. tV'a ilntc Ko.
lurimbMl iUmui Uutt-AmrUto f lu ' l.ia(v will inv.ri-u.ii -. JUmr' " Muhiiuiuah wunty. as - -
tl!9 Hmh WV
ithhMtaMi Mribw arntMwt mtr M
tttak MMtl iMIwIm) all MMMHte M
MbriM. Kjmmu mm! Im bii
MkifAvi prubiWtbm. wttb t W follow
Ka-s .
;i'"" ... ... ,uuimti!
the reiHiblliwn majority .-,-. -.
i . .1 (,,. amondinent
after uicHfitjiu..". -
. ii.rr llMHxtmiiH results.
tliettate went over to tin-democrat . ( & CV(1. m.t sllUjeci, ami ' " - - -In
Iowa the republican majority w,w Frwli home made candies at A. ttlle,i to do this, but has knife a nu
i... ii, r iruflle wn . ,.... ....feiiimrlv nroved ita ability to uo
M),W, WIIUIl lire M""
iii-i..ui n.u iiminrltv went down,
nmrii-Mt.., j . .,....'
to 1,200. Thw nn- "; " -
that ,
aplMMl to the ikiIIUchi ""' " "
'.' . . i I. .. .l,,C.f Inn Itfi
"" ':.::;: i: m r.
MHHBH1WI Willi'""
.i . .i ii'.. ...It i mi riv.
... r,..r ii... iu-tiifo of a law,
Jllll nil" ! ""
.!.-. u.,JU itu i.iifiircfinent. lo ren-
,li.r i.rnlil ill Oil UIKjrBlIVC, Bllfiinn,
iHnd iimrslmltand police JiiHl and
; constable iim-l be ayiiiiwuij.
The Judiciary also miM lie liom-t
- - . .... ....
' ,! frark- ofrexiilts In inter preiuig
lht. law. lint tin- bummer e.enie.u
puralyzc their euerg m; al seek n-
1 election, and thej .!! ly " '
their eyes to the 11 clt tralllc arri!
In"
ut unforcement of the anti-liquor
! Ihw to save the credit ot the repub-
lican (Mirty, Dill inepnuuwu iu-uiu-
are nowhere to Isj found
He said he could understand why
Abraham Lincoln had made a suc
cessful president; it was because he
was a rall-splittcr. The prohibition
party also proponed to follow his
min.iilt. Or thev were going into
the coojierlng business, and Intend
ed to take out the unsound staves
and intnsluce othcis that would
make the vi-nel tight. This bum
mer element, the mercenary, vendi
ble class of voters tols'foiindln both
isilltlciil partk's, the prohibitionists
designed to lay aside, (separate the
sheep fioiii Hie goats,) and unite the
others In one common aim, Hit De
liverance of the American jieople
from the curse of alcoholism. They
might not succeed In their alms the
present year, but If they could poll
one million votes next November,
this would send the wedge so far In
to the log, that he would engage In
1802 to have the rail splitting accom
plished. SlTliDU: cut IIT.
S.u.iim, April 12, SSS.
J i hi. Schincer et al. resiKindcnt
vs. Anna Kchmcerapiellant, apis'al
from Mullnouiali county;upealtlls
mlsM'd opinion by theeeurt:
Syllabus. Appeal Neglect to tile
(raui-crlpt, when a isirly perfects an
iiiKul and then abandons It, his
rlitht of aiusiil Is exhausted, the
James Mitchell, resMindenl vs.
Nelson SeluHiuover, admlulstiidor
of the estate of M. It. Halrd,
deceased, apcllunt. Apeal from
Dulou county, Geo. G. lllnghiim
arguwl his side of tho case, for
rtisudun(, apiiollaut's att'y not
present.
Ull.
Mr. Win. Sttiart of Scotland, so
largely luteri'stisl in business enter
prises In Salem, died yesterday at
Ids home, near Kdlnhurg. Mr.
Stuart was advanced in life, and
leaves live wins all grow n. Two of
his sous HsxH'latcd with their father
In manufacturing Interests In Scot
land, resided In Salem last summer
to acquaint themselves with their
father's Interests In this country
which arc larg. A younger son,
Archie Stuart, well known to all
our made rs, was a few weeks ago
suiiimonisl home on aiitamt of his
father's llliuw..
I'misf el lfrs.
Dr. Gilbert, the eminent Phvslog-1
i
.uui.ui .,LiiiiUi ui..i Anii,!,,!.
MthmirfMjUattt iHtlMWiln
mi ixmufuiuu-y tut lwr years,
bcbl wlbjtuu. mntvIci ( tb iiui-
zs czsm: r :
hvKkiirJ. 1 l4-l. I
r -,, -. , w,,w.,.
kUn of tb rSNUtMUliMry
ftir isevnl
yewv
IVnl
l-apl. Miuilb, oftlw N
tbniWv. bit IttAtniMMl Um ImIimi
c In a (bw by.
Mtma to vxial w uUv iM- I
wtoteliNMMd..l m rnSLitlZ.
. .. . vTipi
I n lecuou ".
Ovstera in every style at A. Strong
. .."- - -
htrOllgf.
.. , . iw. ntitiilillcMii
inline 111 ""'I '& --
(.IllbroiutthLsolllcc.
Mwule Cooler, merchant of Dallas,
; m the
nieCAi'iTAlJaniXAlBHili-criii-
mi llt U increasing daily.
thm llt W increasing (lalij
If you want a nobby suit go to G.
V. Johnson's- the leading clothier
w. Jo inwiH'H uie ieui""B -"
Jusl rw.dvc(1 a flln Hue of John
, stetson's
; johnMJ1,.H.
hats nt G. "W.
, ()f New York) tlle
f 1)ook out yot nt T.
j,,iUoll.8
,, ,
. I u I
near Melianm yesicrua.y.
return home to-day.
Iue cream, soda water, milkshakes,
candies, oysters, meals at all hours
at A. Strong it (Vs.
The largest stock of clothing and
gents' furnishing goods in the city
at G. W. Johnson's.
Mrs. I). II. H. Holmes, goes to
Walla Walla to-morrow to visit her
parents for several weeks.
Miss Nellie K. Morgan, of Port
land, Is here visiting the family of
her uncle, Mr. H. H. Dearborn.
Several from this city will go to
Dallas to-morrow to attend the Polk
County republican convention
The ladles of the Christian church
will hold a dime social next Friday
night. Kverybody knows what a
splendid time they always have on
'such occasions.
V. F. Hopkins, travclingagent for
the San Francisco Examiner, who
has been quite 111 at Dr. Henderson's
residence the past two weeks, Is
able to be out again.
Win. Brown it Co. are In receipt
of some very line spring goods,
among the newest Is a line of mens
cordovan, button, bale and congress.
Call in and see them.
I rvln Watson, sicclal agent and
adjuster of the State Insurance Co.,
leaves to-moriow morning for Kast
ern Oregon to look after the Interests
of the company in that section.
Mr. Hughes, of Hughes it Ward,
well remembered in
over the State, is
where they commenced a temiier
ance levival meeting last Saturday.
The regular Sunday afternoon
song and prayer services from :! till
I p. in. nt the W. C. T. V. Hall are
proving very Interesting. The at
tendance was very gissl yesterday.
Dr. Wyat, presided and many took
part.
Judge Shuw has received word
from Ids sou Thurston that he is re
covering from the ellccts of his re
cent accldent,aud that his left hand,
the one which he Uses most in his
work, will sisin be strong enough
for service.
Mr. Walter Thomas Mills w-as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ltamp
during his stay in this city. Mr.
ltamp drove him over to IVrry this
forenoon to take the train to .Me
Mlnnvllle where he sjH'ak.s to-night.
Thence ho goes to Forest (5 rove,
ICast Portland, The Dalles, Astoria
and on to W. T.
Ml-s Alice B. McF.lwaln, has been
apMiutcd teacher in the Indian
school at Cliemawa. This young
lady has had exiwrleneo In tho
Chlloeoo school In the Indian Ter
I ritory, and Is commended for her
"K, H,IU "omion. mib arrivwiiu
uiecny onrwuniay ami conunene-
,MMtM HIM, HvlmX Miofnliig n!
night lit tlK ChrMiau eliun-li. Ho
took Hh iuhui tralu fur th iiK'troH-
wu a -. ' i""i
... . . '".""
inu.,..., PMf lirkl.ft. Kkl-xi l.m !..... ..
ibv tb' 1Mb suit Mouday 14th of
April.
I.IJl,."' .
tJoNWHMrlVuoi'rWMM.i.i..1WM,w' l wcimiuiwimi." Dr.
t... i.mu..i i.l .... ... . .. .' '
.MMUMUIiniVMhMa
' ' " I
n Triin W. '
Pfttt T. C. Jon-.
a mU
I r a Winrtut f iIm,
r M f Mbti HiubibltkiM
UWiv.1.
.. ...ii.i i
IVkit loirtltuiet ihi.j -
preparation which is adapted to
relief and eure of ailments to
.. -
.,
whlch inembc 0f a household are
- .:"...., . . . , , niv
'" ' ... (i1i. nf 11
' it. -urcclly deserves the tint 01
... - -
ii..i.i. fmiillv medicine. Among
time honored preparation", which
and the sanction of the I
i-xjierience
.. i ... .i.... i.wlln.ilinilescrV-
flK)puJurre,,.,rd and confidence,
iriwtettcr's Stomach Bitters, a
IUHlil,n,e adapted to the eradication
of(.ill)t.onsti1)rttion and bilious-
I of. VSIHMIMll
llt.; the three mo-t frequently oc-
nnrrinir ailments that vex mankind.
Derived from a botanic parentage, it
Is efficient as well as pure and whole
some. It relieves nervous disquiet
ude and inactivity of the kidneys,
and counteracts a tendency to rheu
matism. For renewing llagging
strength and imparting appetite it
can be implicitly relied ujsm. Fever
and ague, rheumatism and debility
are remedied by it.
An Apolgr.
We are informed that George
Winters, the Salvation Army
striker, who attempted to wipe the
weeping earth with the carcass of
the manager of this paper last
Saturday evening, is not satisfied
with hisexperienceon t lint occasion,
but announces his intention of
repeating the experiment at the
first favorable opportunity. All
,.1, George, but you can't speak
intelligently of our personal courage
and pugilistic qualities until you
have had a fair taste of it. Now,
George, whenever you become so
surcharged with the divine atllatus
that you want to become au angel
and wear a pairof fat.chubby wings,
call around, lietween sunrise and
sunset, and we will try to accom
modate you. In the meantime we
apologize to the people of Salem for
not being able to break his worthless
neck last Saturday evening.
Thousands of Dollars.
Arc spent every year by the people
of the state for worthless medicines
for the cure of throat and lung dis
cuses, when we know that if they
would only invest $1 in Santa Abie,
the new California discovery for
consumption and kindred com.
plaints, they would in this pleasant
.. iVoclllnlM 1 Fimliy Jicaici"'
Salem and all remedy llntl relief. It is recom
at "Woodliurn ! mended by ministers, physicians
and public speakers of the Golden
State. Sold and guaranteed by J).
V. Matthews it Co., KHiState street,
Salem, at $1 a bottle. Three for $2.60.
The most stubborn cases of catarrh
will spcedllv succumb to California
Cut-It-Cure.
Six months'
By mail $1.10.
trcai-
inent for SI.
WouJeiful Cure.
W. I). Hoyt it Co., wholesale and
retail druggists of Home, Ga., says:
"We have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery, Electric Bitters
and Bucklen's Arnica Salve for
four years. Have never handled
remedies that sell as well, or give
such universal satisfaction. There
have been some wonderful cures
eM'ected by these medicines in this
city. Several cases of pronounced
consumption have been entirely
cured by use of a few Isittles of Dr.
King's New Discovery, taken in
connection with Electric Bitters.
Wo guarantee them alwavs. Sold
by Dr. H. W. Cox.
AiUdk for Hilly 1UII.
Mrs. K. Hamilton, deputy jsxt
master at Clymer Is In the city.
She Is circulating a petition asking
the iiost master gcnctal to grant a
daily mall from Salem, via Maclcay,
Clymer and Whtteaker to Knights'
in place of the present tri-wisjkly
serviiv. Tluse four postotllces are
Important ones and should have
better service than that now afford
ed them. We are pleased to soe
that a majority of our business men
have atllxeil their names to the
petition and hojH' that none will
rwfnsi to sign when It Is presented.
rrai.
Mr.N.H.Frohllehsteln.ofMobile,
Ala., writi: "I take grunt phmsuro
in nHSHiimending Dr. King's New;
Discovery for CoiiMiinption, having j
used It ftar a severe attack of Bron-'
ehltis and Catarrli. It gave tuej
Instant relief and entirely eurwtl nu
ami I liave not lavn atllicttxl sliuv. I
I aksi Uic to tate tliat I Iwd tril
other rtMiKslle with no good rceiilt.
, Have abst uil lCUnHric Bitters ami
' Ur. KUin's .New I JR. mils, both of
KUWaNew IHi-eoverv (br(u-ui.
ILU...... T..
CI.JII'MI..... 1 lx ..
,JW"M " ieHivj- tiHter
aw bum)- uu ilib iMliMfUMit tx roll.
It Mill U vomi)JmmI to-night, but
tb UHMMMt Of UUMbl Utxw will not
Iw known Wfov to-morrow. It will
U u Mutually miikII. ltowex-vr.
For fct
GO
T.
icf.
08, STATE STREET.
ASK TO BE SHOWN :
ArVTEHIAL CCME WRITING AND SCHOOL
MAXlcts. faber-s pencils and pen
holders. RUBBER BANDS AND
ERASERS. SPENCERIAN
COMPASS PENCILS, ONLY TO ,B I SEEN TO BE AP
PRECIATED. McGILL'S STAPLE PRESSES
AND STAPLE BINDERS.
Tissue Paper of all Shades, and Materials
for Paper Flowers.
MABIE TODD'S DIAMOND POINTED GOLD PENS-ALL, WAIt
RVNTED. WIRT'S FOUNTAIN PENS-BEST IN THE
MARKET. CAMBRIDGE BIBLES, CHEAPER AND
BETTER THAN THE OXFORD. BROOKS'
NORMAL TEACHER. PAGE ON
TEACHING. TRACY'S TEACH
ERS' RECORD. NORMAL
QUESTION BOOK.
Roberts' Rules of Order.
SCRIBNER LOG BOOK. GILLCHRIST'S MANUEL FOR IN-
FANTRY OFFICERS, (PRICE $1.00). UPTON'S TACTICS
AND REED'S REVISED EDITION, (50 CENTS.
For Fruit Growers :
PEAR CULTURE FOR PROFIT, ($1.00). DOWNING'S REVISED
NEW EDITION FRUITS AND FRUIT TREES OF AMER
ICA, (fo.00). INSECTS INJURIOUS TO FRUITS, ($3).
THOMAS' AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST,
PRICE $2. HOP CULTURE NEW
AND REVISED EDITION,
40 CENTS.
98, STATE ST. - SALEM, OR.
-AT
Brick Dental Office
-OK-
L. S. SKIFF &CO.
NEXT DOOR TO OPERA PIOUSE, SALEM.
Vitalized Air Given for tlic Painless Extraction of Teeth.
CSrThe person awakens from a pleasant dream with the aching
teeth gone.
Also Gold Crowns Set.
GREAT REDUCTION
IN-
FINK
Set Dickens, 15 Volumes, half Russia, Usual Price $32.50, Our Price $20.00.
Set Lytloo, 26 " Cloth, Gilt (op, " " 32.50, " 23.50.
Set Thackeray, 11 " Half Morocco, " " 22.50, " 15.00.
Set Waverly, 12 " Half blue Calf, ' " 32.50, " 17.50.
Set E P. Roe, 15 " Cloth, " " 22.50, " 18.00.
Set Capt. M. Reid, 10 Vols. Cloth, " " 15.00, " 10.00.
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
-
AT -
J. BENSON STARR'S.
118, State Street, - - . Salem, Oregon.
Capital Lumbering Company!
MANUFACTUKKllS OP AM) DE.VI.EItS IX
Every Variety of Oregon Lumber,
Dressed and Undressed.
OONSTA.VTI.Y ON HAND:
Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Fence Posts,
BOXES, Etc.
SALEM " OREGON.
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