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About Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893 | View This Issue
Omovkh CmiykkakM President.
THOB. P. BatAI Jlorretary of Wate.
(MM.K Paircmild, ftecretanr ofTrramr.v
W.T. Vila Secretary of the ImptW
M'H C. Kwoioorr l-croUry of Wir
W. C. Whitkky Htrretarr of W
I). M. DirKimwic INart. Master Mnr I
A. II. (Iahi.ahv Attorwy Ornetn
MoRRMON ft. WAIT Chief Justin
State ef Ortgra.
j It'. MtmOSaZTJUT. u- " ""''
JtlKOKK IlnMAMK Ooncrcasman.
Bvi.vnmm PWrvoraR Governor
Ono. W. MoHmtii...JcrBUnrofMUlp.
f I. W. WniK fttaM TrMMortr
K. It. McEutor -Ut. rub. Instruction
Kkaxk c. IUkhk WUt rrtnlr.
K. H. 9TttAHAX )
WH. V. 1Mtn .S-.8oifme JndRm
W. W. TJIAYKK )
Third Jwilrial Iltolrlet.
K. I. Howie Judgf-
iimt. W. Hl,T.......I'rooonU(t Atlortii-v
M.I CMAMIIKMM.V )
1. A. IKiwrv V dtete Hennlor-
J. . DlMlf'K J
J. 1. (JCK4fJ .-....... 1
A, M. I.AM)i,i,mrr..
V. It. OlI.VKK
O. V. JtlCM
M. N. (,'HAI'MAX
(Ihokok Ma;k -JteMiljf clerk.
Iohw Miito. Sheriff.
County jiidf e
....... ...i-rnTHiiui'NTS. , rni IMrtFRSOLL'S BIG SPEECH.
--. ..... Clerk.
List of Property is Offered For Sale
OREGON! LAND COMPANY
: x s titti:i:'
T. C. HHAW
Dm, r. TCMMKl.t. I rVu-ml In...
Ilicwitr Wahkkw ..OwninlMloneni
linUHIlK A. I'KEni.KR
(OH NKWKtM ....
. School Snri
. I.ncHKiKi.n.. JOieep Inspector.
lily of 8t.
J. .1. Mvaprr Mayor
. ii. ii'iK jai. vi ani... ......
cm. Williams let Ward
dm. (Wu.ins 2nd Ward
U !.. punk 2nd Ward...
I. 0iHSrW,8liilIartofSllerton; 11000.
t MSaer, one llf In eulUvatkm, small
9. 3"0 mm, 118ere Iti cultivation, 6 miles
from railroad, IK nll from iot
1. l seree, H) scree In cultivation, good
lulltllni,0 per acre,
ft. neree, 1ft In cultivation, email
. HkinnkkStiI Wanl.
Am. iiimii tin wan
0. W. llirrowili WHtil 1
J. m hic'ki.kh Itworilrr.
JAMnt itow Marelml.
V,'. T. IIki.i Treeun.r
n. (I. IIinoiiam Altoriifv.
.1. (!. Tliomtum
(J. N. CltUHCllii.i....Clilef KnaliieerM. 1'. I).
I'. s. Offlrrll.
Jam. Waltoh u. M. CoinmlMloncr
JiMWll AI.Hk.HT.XIi;ijl Service Observer.
IMIOK. . .M. MII.LKU.
T. K. OASU'UHLL,
U. V. ItAail
Dlt. A. C. K1NXKY.
T AV DAA'UNI'OHT
II 8 JOIIY,
J D DARI1Y,
j a KiircniiAHT,
AV I II AY,
S'lltaili II HI-IAD
AY 1 JOHNSON,
Ml tOOI. ll'ltK!XTilKKNT.
V 'V VAN HCOY,
J 1) IILTItH!',
I' A I'Oltn,
W It MAOICHS,
7. m netm, 90 nan In cultivation, small
iMXtse, 18 miles from Salem; WdW; one
a miiuwm 'iiappo In Milllvnllon. remain
der Ilalit timber. wxmI house, good or-
clwnr, miles from railroad; B0O.
10. fViO 9a0 acres, 180 acres In cultivation,
two orchard, 6 miles from Hnlem.
11. tltfm-a7S acres, afflacres In cultivation,
unlanee light timber, tl miles from
IU. tKfty-im acres, 300 acres In cultivation,
onii half mile from steambont landing.
II. 117.60 per acre. 1M acres, good house, 7
rooms, stohi oarn, one iwu mue irum
10. M) per acre, 830 lacres, good house and
17. HI acres, 3 mtlu from Falam,M(b per
aero, m acres In cultivation.
19. JW acres, lllM, all cultivated, flno
3a 300 acres, 170 acres In cultivation, good
orchard and buildings. '
. IWarres, nil cultivated; fHBOO.
31. House and lot on Commercial st.;
IS. Uacres fruit tend, IHJnlleafrom Salem
W. SO acre cultivated land, IX miles from
60. 10 acres, IK m'les from Anient, all culti
vated, with buildings, XJ0.
61. 12 acres fruit land, ij miles fromfalem;
IK. 60 acres, 2 acres in ctdtlvatlon, house
and Iwrii, tTW).
88. $15 tty-NO acres, 300 acres in cultivation,
good house, liam and orchard.
51. 30 acres of fruit lund, IX miles from Sa
Si. 830 acres, I0 acres in cultlratlon; JKXX).
OH. 117 sen, JJ acres in ciiiuvhihjm, i j.j.
67. 10 acres of fndt lund, IX miles' from Sa
6f. I13i0 jier acre, 130 acre.
00. 6 acres of fruit land, 4 miles from Sa
01. 388 acres, all cultivated; S10.W0.
81 SO acres, SKOO, T acres in cultivation
good house and bum.
88. 2 acres of fruit land, i miles from Sa
61. Saw mill and grist mill; JI000.
85. 100 acres, 80 acres in cultivation; 12000.
(A lBcreorfmltland, IX mile from Salem;
07. 180 acres, 8 miles from Sllverton; 00.
88. 3ft acres of fruit land, IX miles from Sa
. lem; S7W.
89. K) acres, IX miles from Salem, all culti
180 acres, near Mehama, CO acres cultl-
vnteil,liouse,uarn,orciiarii, etc.; fan.
71. 10 acres, near AtimsvlIIe. 2 aores in ber
ries, Hurrull trees, gooti uumigs; ian
72. 130 acres; 800.
78. 78 acres, with buildings; 11300.
71, 80 acres, house and orchurd; 1600.
78. 130 acres, 100 acres In gnvss, buildings;
820 per acre.
78. lOOacres, orchard and buildings; Sm
li Mrtue hi s Jwrw ir iMrtm,u .!
briWr of sale eitlrmi In lltr circuit nvAt nf
'.,'...'," vtotw air Multnomah nututy,
! IMii iUs .a" Jimt., rf. slid att MiiMin-
tUlUT) ittoOtw lll.l.l.. ..III.IX',1 III M, ,urt
TvMWtii dtv or $cftmber, 1887,
lu Ute iMiilltHii suit .f Aiiimii.Is riluiiel
at. vs. J H. SuullU et al h lwn-1.) II was
ofAww iImI the MHilh .t .iiiarter of
bitM Shi lttMrt' addition lu (he rlu- of
MntMU, Msrh.li iimitl) , Onvxi, Willi lw
""". .1"rtl. IMf SHU. UM
III , u
who ww did)
38. iVAacres, IK) acres cultivated, ISOOprume
trees, HO iMjach trecw, WO pear tiees,
36acrflsorhp,gMid buildings; 1I0.MO.
38. HI acres, one half In eultlvatlon, fin).
. llouso and lot lu Salem; ).
an. Ilouse.'aud lot lu ShIciii; Jsiio.
81. Ml acres nfrrult laud, 8X miles from Sa
lem; $80 per awe.
L HO low lu Hllver Kails city; tafteach.
88. 1H0 acres, 118 In cultivation, JJtt ieracre.
$1. 830 Hcres, I) In ctilllvatlou, g"Ml im
87. 10 acres ol Irult lsud, IX mllwt from Ha-
8s. 3MI aeiiis, IX miles from llrowiisvllle,
IW m'iv III t'lllllVKUOU, gfMHl OU1111-
Ings, J8R per acre.
m. 47 acres, all cultivated, with buildings,
IX miles f ii mi Salem; $HU).
10. 30 uvis ailjoliilng Salem town site; $WU
II. l acres i-ulllvslrHl laud, with buildings,
1 mile from Sslem; Xi.
It 88X Heres.one mile from Salem; !I3R per
II. saaens. IX mil from Salem, one half
lu eoltltatHMr, Witi
14. Utts mi lpllal street, at from $101 to
W, i Hcnm, a mile tfrom Salem; $175 iw
II. WiuirwLHU In a good ktateKa' enltlva.
.UlltlvUtM.1 ldllil U'IIIliiiI
iiu.UdliuM.nue mile from Salem in,t
79. CO acres, adjoining Salem, 111 lots laid
m 210acies, 1!H) acres cultivate!; JKXW.
81. 012 acres, buildings and 1W) acres culti
vated; 812 per acre.
82. BIX acres, X cultivated; $1000.
S8. 31) aciea of fruit land, IX miles fiomSn-
81. m acres, oi chard and buildings, $700.
86. 318 acres, ') acres cultivated, orchard
and buildings, StWIO.
M. imi acres, 60 acres cultivated, orchard
ami building; SKXM.
87. 3ft acres of fruit land, 4X miles from Sa
W. 980 acres, Vd acres cultivated, buildlns
m. 51 acres, lX miles from Salem; S1800.
W. 80ft iioies, 10ft uultlvated; $HXU
111. Hotel In Sublimity.
Vi. store building In AtimsvlIIe.
8. 237 acres, BO acres uultlvated; SfJUX.1.
HI. House and lot ihi Commeivlal St.; $tXA),
ft. 30 acres, all culllvateil, IX miles :fii)m
IK 30 acres, IX miles from Salem, liouso,
Iwrn, dry house, and large orchard;
7. 10 acres, IX miles from Salem, with
8s. 10 acres, IX miles from Salem, with
large orchard; tHM.
Ut. 0 Hcrw of fruit land, IX iiiIIck from So.
ltvi, ml acres Improved rami at from $10
io wer acre; Kiinunas nie.MiRvn)
We have, al-o, nil the Scotch inniany,j
isriu HrM4i. iHfiiigom uiiuer ions
Only by an Accident TTas It rrewrved
for rosterlty to Read.
"The past rises before me like a dream."
Such was the opening sentence of Col.
Robert O. Ingereoll'& speech at Indlanapolia
lnlS76. Prior to that tune he had placed in
nomination Hon. James O. Blaine at Cincin
nati. He was then only a lawyer at Peona
and did not possess a national reputation.
That speech made him famous. Perhaps,
without exception, the tribute paid by Inger
goll to the soldiers on that occasion is the
most brilliant piece of word painting in tho
English language. Some have claimed that
the words of Webster in reply to Hayne, of
Srtith Carolina, have never been surpassed in
terseness and eloquence, but actually there is
hardly a comparison. The speech of Web
ster was carefully prepared. That of Inger
soil was on the occasion of a soldiers' reunion.
It was delivered to soldiers from a little plat
form hastily constructed, on the eastern side
of the "circle" in that city. Just as he fairly
opened his mouth and before his audience
coula hear a word a band from somewhere
struck up directly in the rear of the orator.
Laughingly he waited for the clangor to sub
side. He then began his famous speech, and
perhaps no man had ever had more complete
influence over his hearers than did Ingersoll
on that occasion. Men and women cried and
were not ashamed of what might sometimes
be called weakness. There were signs of a
storm and pattering raindrops fell, but tho
multitude stood entranced and spell bound.
That speech has made the name of Robert
B. Ingersoll imperishablf. Yet it was only
by an accident or ait incident that it has
been handed down to posterity. At that
time John D. Nicholas was managing editor
of The Indianapolis Journal. His shorthand
reporter was Charles AV. Stagg, who then
happened to be engaged in an important
case in the supreme court. As the next
best thing Nicholas took in long hand
the speech as nearly verbatim as possible,
but was so dissatisfied with the work that
be went to Col. Ingersoll and asked his
Rid in making a perfect report. The colonel
said he did not have the scratch of a pencil
or the sign of a note; that every word he had
spoken was extempore, and whilo he could
recall the greater portion, he could not fur
nish it connectedly.
As a dernier ressort the newspaper man
then returned to his desk and attempted the
task of writing out that wonderful tribute to
the men who hnd done and dared that this1
might be n nation. In a short time a young
man shambled up beside him and risked if ha
would like a report of Ingersoll's speech. In
his hand ho hold a roll of paper, partially
irown, partially white, and nil dirty. He
lid his name was Piatt Lewis; that ho was
i first class stenographer; that ho was in
hard luck and was on his way from Cincin
nati to Chicago; that ho had crawled under
the platform and taken down thespeech with
the hoi of selling his work. Lewis was paid
liberally, came to Chicago afterward, vvhero
he became city editor of Tho Evening News.
Vnd it is to this bomowhat strange combina
non of circumstances that tho greatest effort
f the silver tongued orator's life has been
reserved. New York Mail and Express,
A GREAT REDUCTION
Ail AMAZING D
sly Capital Jonri
lio Cheapest Newspaper . in Oregon!
IN MARION COUNTY.
Do you want a. paper that you can with confidence take to yoiirfin.
side as au intimate menu; a ctean, iresu aim vigorous exponent of tl
truth; a foe to any system that builds up colossal fortunes for the feWat
the expense of the many, or that reduces tho farmer and laborer to serf,
dom? A paper that will not descend to acrimonious personalities to
vituperation or abuse; but which depends pn fair statement and rcasonfot
its wesvpons. A paper that dares treat its political foes with candor and
courtesy. Devoted to the material growth nnd prosperity of Salem o(
Marion county, and of the fertile and wide extended Willamette valley
Using every legitimate means to convince the prospective settler and busj.
nessman of the advantages which, as residents, wo all know full well
exist; and, linally, a paper which recognizes tho fact that the reduction in
the price ol weekly newspapers on tins coast, nas not kept pace with the
reduction in tne price ot tne great staples oi commerce, and has boldly
struck out forever from tho stereotyped "terms" at tho head of its on.
umns, tho lowest prico over charged for such u paper in Oregon, and has
substituted thcreforas low a price as was ever charged for such a rarer
111 Llll' VI UllU.
closure of hum tgages,
on very reaMinabw term,
liv yimtPitfaaiiailmwr an4 Mli
l ItuMvi.t, iilr iimlvrslanett,
' 'Uiln) li ld murium
ttfi. Ih W.I ilay nf l)
ui Humiini a. tit
teiirll Mid nwl ikm'i1 ,w tlliiuTW-
mf m j) . isss, l lit towi
lit . si I In' niurt Iiikim- U,.u-
THE OREGON LAND COMPANY
Are buylmjamt ilitt:lul KsiNic,ami;will take olemure lu lto hi buyers hiiv prmv
rtj lu the bov lut. OHWIu
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank,
in mmntm kiiii , I Hiwm,
"sswilwil "ml tuir l 1,111,11,
m'II lite atkiw
i,ii. i.ii.iii.u. ..
? HUtuol I.M.Irr, ft ,h jtrmtmiiw
ktaud divm uliiiiitiiii ui tlionMo.
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STBIXEH A RLOSSBil.
K. H. HELLINGRR,
1) KM. Kit IN -
A O K N V KOK
I'l. i 1 lt IV
IU -! m. UUM.Qft.
ilk lyarkdn uuMtruf rmistim.iu ..ifg
" LEGAL BLANKS,
D. M. OS BORN & CO'S
SIppI Piiip Binder (More and IKakes !
KUSS liLL GO'S
Engine and New fc40yc!oiio" Thrasher.
Norwegian Walking or Riding Cultivator, Etc.
sa m otatk arwtipr, saukm. ohtoon.
Tliero nro snid to bo sovcrnl gypsies ia Xevr
York that nro vv orth over $100,000 npieco.
A vigilance committro has lioen formed in
Sub Diego for tho supiusioii of crime.
Over $12,000,000 Imv 0 been spent in Now
Zanlmul in tho last eight years in efforts to
overcomo the rabbit plngue.
A corixopoiiilent who writes from Hon
dnrns says that more than $12,000,000 of
American etiiittul is iuvested in cold mlnra in
A Ijoiisiituii lady who was once famous for
hor wealth and the number of her slaves
now mrns a few cents n day by picking cot
ton on tho plantation that was her own l,ifr.r,
Home New York jieople proposo to build a
K-hoiil for the training of servant girls if thoy
win raise the necessary $W,000 or fi0 000
Tho ht year alpout $7,000 was raked iii
At ix town meetiiiK in Ixo, N. H., tho other
day, Mrs. Kelwcctt llennett was chosen mod
erator, the (ht tlmo a women was over
called on to preside over a town meetinc in
A mlwooil treo felle.1 nmr Humboldt.
Lolo.. Wiis (An ttMt In ill... .....- .. .
they are o.ls.vd . weut. tIlfl , w .; ,, ""' . ". "" "J "''
leet louit and contained IuihIwp .,i. .
ImildasnwllvUhige. "" lu
A novelty In tlie way of daily newspapers
h announced by Tho Uepubliiuo tVaneaito
tvotliiug less than an evening edition pub.
lltlHsl in Ixmdon of a new Paris morning
imjw. the wipy to lie supplied bv t.drmni.
lint is supposed to Ih a Confwlernto gold
iloUw was fouml in an a.!, heap in Atlanta
rvow'Uy by a oolore.1 boy and sold forfSO
It U sid that only six such coliw were is.ued
0 tin) Cmfederat government, nnd if gonu
Iim thi speclmeii would lie worth $050.
A au Instance of the astnnisM., ...
Si'" '""'"'"y'1" tJd that iu
the Fifwenth vnxUiry a fenWia nmt wU?
JT.12 W,U ? " Ista"'1 of Vor Santo
f of a IW""R anJ "' short
. . w lonu lo alidon It.
SiSl.i eS",ta to. " 1.000
-7 ""? " criminate to even
l.U utarrie.1 m,. i,, tt JO
tyv-Uuit nwlriuuvny resUHtus men ffom
, and tnight tjvfor to be wicouraS,
tO- HmJUoH ami otW 1, B,,TOUroKe,
U soolal J N.w York a oJubtoyTr
aUHintawh Wr train rtuTta .
twivanft. TWUrrt club itinwlrwsstj
of ham MMdwidMs at $1.M aiW aadZnii.
a -"toff a
VanaUous in U sias ol ri a. ,
pwtaat hiwo Um. 0iffarK, iujT)mZ.
ttxm. whk Ussy haw ikll-, JT .T!?'
Read Our Reduced Terms!
AVEKKLY, one year, $1.G0. WEEKLY, six months, .$0.75.
Now Read Our Discount for Cash!
WEEKLY, one year, f 1.00. WEEKLY, six months, -$0.50.
Oregon (v California Rail Road
TflE MOUNT SHASTA MUTE
" Live and Let Live Paint Shop.
Time Between Salem ami San FraneUco--Thirty-six
l'ortland Ar. I lftWaTm.
Salem i.v. &S0a.m.
bu Fran. Lv. 630 n.m.
UCAL l-.VNSHNOKll TKAlVCvMTvx.
M p. m.
tkSO p. in.
7:W a. in.
il n. 111.
na p. in.
wv. win raiiii am.1 .
.iiihiimI t ..... t . .. M
at Um Umm. If fMm from a graat haUkt
tb drotM MIK4- Rraau.1 d vision into smaUar
nd Mnallar par umu they aw ooo!j
TV Aaaarioui Tract sootety Is iwariar the
wvawa mm nvaawry Twt "TttWiai ifci
la nnrtfcma Maw Xmlmml all tkc eUrL
arataruTsr)raMH. ta ikair aWaw ec
awwKr&aavy mi ill'- -
riLLMAN Ul'FFKT SLEEPERS.
wiiS2ire.u i5!1! R srondmlas rs
JW o all through trains free ot
nSUwiV-.iill!,ro"d ,JMTJ" "wke8
IWtiiud WxUtoM fro,u l"' P Mreet,
West Side Division, Between Portland
1-ortUuid Ar. r6j BTtn
... i-oruana Ar.
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
rr run iMainaUoa raganSlef ratas
gtags. eta. apyt,- to th. cSSSSSl SiSt
E. '. Kl
Hit or w haavy mmmmM ilim 1
n. v . ivj. r!v
HIOP. IL DIAMOND,
Teacher of Music
Sawpk Roams for Commercial TravJ,
WAS THERE EVER ANYTHING EQUAL TO IT? NOW ROLL
IN THE NAMES, AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR
ONE-THIRD OFF FOR CASH.
Our Old Subscribers
Now in arrears are urged to take advantage of our big discount, by set
tling old accounts and joining the grand throng of one dollar subscribers.
Is there a blue mark in the vicinity of this letter "Q ? Then understand
you are now addressed. Blue is the emblem of faith-tho faith we have
had that you will settle when reminded of your indebtedness.
Are asked to act as our agents. Communicate with us.
TO ONE AND ALL
We say, send us j-our names. If vou want, tr tni.-n nunnin f nm. "nno.
third off for cash," and are not where you can get postal "notes or other
convenient method of remittincr. send 119 vnnr t, ,t .t w ,.,.
will remit at first opportunity. This will on,, ,. ii i,i ,
dollar 1W. J UM"""
THIS IS NOT A SPECIAL OFFER,
But a solid, permanent reduction. Wo have come to stay.
All orders will receive prompt attentjoa.
intimates on nil kinds of work In our mf
cheerfully clven. Satisfaction KuaranWeJ-
bhop in Old Court Houso on Court tr,
Il7K. DuIJois. JOK DcMOU
Prom f t to pr day.
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