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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 4, 18S8.
K. H. Riddle, of Wnlla Wnlla, Is
Major F. E. Hodgkin has gone to
Mrs. Mclson, we regret to say, con
tinues very sick.
Warder McKiimon is better; lie
went to Portland this morning.
Tilmou Ford, S. Friedman, Rev.
p. C. Hetzler and Dr. Gray took
the trainfor Portland to-day.
How F. H. Post and wife have re
turned from Nestucca and. arc pre
paring for the new term of school
Miss Blanche, daughter of J. H.
Albert, is to attend the Annie
Wright, Episcopal Seminary, at Ta
eoma. Frank Brooks is back from Port-
laud, and will return to San Frau
ci&co to complete his medical
Mifcs Myro Powell, of Portland,
arrived iu the city yesterday on a
visit to her sister, Mrs. Dr. AVilliam
.son, at the asylum.
J. G. "Waggoner, J. H. Slater, and
J. R. N. Bell,1 the members of the
railroad commission, are registered
at the Monroe house.
Secretary of State McBride, much
improved in general health during
iishingnnd recreation trip is ex
pected home to-night.
John Brown, whostlll goes march
ing people on to Saleui, the agent
of the Oregon Iand Company, a
genuine rustler, lain town.
Elder AV. D. Humphrey, of Eu
gene, has purchased a press and
outiit and will commence the publi
cation of n religious monthly.
C. M. Odell and family, from
Minuetonka, Minn., are among the
late arrivals In Salem. Mr. Odell is
well pleased with what he sees.
The Jouiinal acknowledges a
very pleasant visit from W. A.
Wash, editor of the Dallas Iteudzer,
a bright newsy paper, published at
the Polk county capital.
Still they come to Salem for edu edu
cateon: David Herren, oldest son of
W. J. Herren, of this city, has ar
rived from his homo iu Heppner,
Morrow county, with his two daugh
ters, whom he will.placo In the uni
versity. Hon. J. D. Lee drove over from
Dallas this morning and boarded the
8:15 north bound train. By advice
of physicians the fandly will shortly
remove to The Dalles for tho health
of a daughter who sutlers from
asthma. Mr. Lee will probably
make Dallas his business head
quarters for tho present.
So many ministers returned from
Eugene, on this morning's train
that it had quite a religious llavor,
and having met with no mishap and
arriving promptly on time, proved
that there was no Jouah among
them. Drs. F. P. Tower, Harring
ton and Skipworth, Bevs S. A.
Starr, G. W. Roork and others,
"topped off here.
Very Rieh Mints.
Ex-Gov. Chadwlck has returned
from Okanogan, northwest of W. T.,
and about forty ndles from the
British line. He has only laud
interests there but ho is profoundly
convinced of the ichness of tho
mines there. Old California, Ari
zona and Nevada miners say that the
developments and promise, with
the present amount Of work done,
never were exceeded anywhere.
Railroads are being pushed through,
and people aro rapidly settling up
A Bra& 5w. Umllt.
To-morrow there may bo loolwxl
for on our streets a new express
wagon uud harness, to match Norm
Parrish's new horse. In fact noth
ing in the whole outfit will bo old
except Norm himself and he is
pretty spry and full of rustle, and
an take trunks aud package to or
from the train aa well as the best.
Owing to thoeonforenccat Eugene
remaining iu st-salou longer than
usual, Bishop Niude was obliged to
pass through Salem without tarry
ing to deliver his promised address
this afternoon, In order to open the
Puget Souud conference at Seattle
John F. Bray, agent for Geo. "V.
'Me, the celebrated novelist, Is In
twn and has arranged for him to
give one of his fine entertainments,
under the aiwpleea of the uulvereJty
Items of News and ProemsAn
nouncements and Matters of
Prof. S. A. Starr returned from
conference to-day, and the faculty
are now all on hand, and iu the full
spirit of work.
The Conservatory of music at the
Woman's College, is threatened with
a boom judging by the rate at which
students are enrolling.
At the chapel exercises Revs. A.
R. Medbury, J. X. Deuisou and
other visitors were preteut, the lat
ter conducting the services.
The boarding hall is well patron
ized, and all seem to bo well plea.-ed
with the accommodations, uudcrthc
geuial management of Rev. B. J,
Bishop Ninde addressed the stuJ
dents and friends of the institution,
at 3 o'clock this afternoon, in a man
ner well calculated to inspire all to
greater efforts in educational work.
J. M. Peebles of the class of '87
has a position as teacher in Jackson
ville, aud S. W. Holmes, of the same
class, is principal of the Sellwood
public school, and his wife is his
The recitations begun this morn
ing, on the new programme, but a
few changes will yet bo made to ac
commodate some who aro Irregular In
theirstudies, but not inconvenience
those who aro regular.
The Woman's college is fuller
than it has been for several years
and some more young Indies are ex
pected to arrive soon'. MlssHansee
who recently assumed the duties of
dean, seems tho right person In the
Yesterday was a rushing day at
the university. The teachers were
kept busy enrolling students among
whom were many new ones. The
universal testimony is that tho In
stitution never onened with such
fine prospects for a large attendance.
All its departments promise to be
well filled with enthusiastic stu
dents. Weather Keport For Aunkt. J8SS.
During August, 1888, there was no
rainfall. There were 21 clear, 0 fair
and 1 cloudy days. The highest
temperature for tho month was 88;
the lowest 55 and the mean 00.70
Monthly ranee of temperaturo 32;
Greatest dally range of temperature
29 on the 18th; least 11 on tnoam;
The mean temperaturo for Aug
ust for 18 years is 64.80; that for Au
gust of the present year being 1.00
The mean precipitation for Au
gust for tho same time is 0.37 inches
giving for the present month that
amount below the normal.
Tho prevailing winds for tho
month were from the north during
27 day? and from the south 4 ays.
Durluir August 1887 there was ilo
rain. There were 1 clear. 2 fair and
28 smoky days. Highest temperu-
ruro for tho month sir, lowest ou-
and mean 02.90
EOLA, Sep. 3 1888 T. Feakck
, . .
Where there Is so much smoke
there must be some fire, says the old
adage. And though John F. Mil
ler's house was not burnt down yes
terday, as was early In tho day re
ported, that of Mrs. Daniel Clark,
alv mllra Kntith of Rnlom. mi the
Turner road, was destroyctfCy the
dovcuring element. Airs. uwrKwas
m mile aud a half from the residence,
helping a neighbor to cook, for
n threshing crew, when It
unaccountably burst luto flames.
Another threshlug crew, nearer at
hand, perceiving the fire, did all in
their nower. and succeeded In sav
ing the organ and a little else. The
loss will bo nearly covered by insur
ance. Miss Clark and brother were
In town, attending school.
Stlm PaMIe Sektli.
A JociiNAi. reporter to-day found
Prof. Handle at his desk, In the
principal's room, with his advanced
class. The well arranged, large
building admits of the large
number o( classes being taugni at
the Himo time without the slightest
intnrforenco. noise or friction. The
attendance is about as usual at this
time In the term. Classes In chem
istry, letter writing. Algebra, pen
drawing, ornamental penmanship,
and ancleut and modern history
will bo formed during the year.
Mauy of tho last graduatea will
rtMmtar school, and take a post
graduate course, inaklug a eUua of
Harvesting Is about over.
Harrison Glaudon has removed o
It Is not yet decided who will
teach hen" this winter or whether
there will be any school.
J. W. McGivw of Perrydale is Im
proving In health under the care of
Dr. Richardson of your city.
T. J. Groves makes as good a hand
at feeding a thresher an he did In
trying cases as a justice. He does
well whatever he undertakes.
At Bethel Trof. Mulkey, who
pleased the patrons well is to teach
again. Rev. S. V. P. Richardson
has resigned as preacher there.
Isaac Reese, son-in-law of John II.
Robbing, who changed his residence
to Baker City, feelsthe irresistible
attractions of the Willamette Val
,ley and is back with his family and
Both the Farmers' and Hawley
and Kclty's warehouses are taking
in grain at a lively rate. Not much
is being shipped, as farmers do not
care to sell at 70 cents. They hope
It will reach considerably nearer 80
Tho only picnic' I hear of is one
projected by the prohls near Balls
ton. When I learn the Kirticularn
will let you know. And it Is ru
mored that J. K. Scare the longtime
ardent third party man is going to
ask leave of absence, at least long
enough to vote for Harrlsjpn because
hecan't stand a party vh too much
religion iu it. How is this, Jim?
Wheat was a good crop, and oats
are vl-ry plentiful. Some yields
wbfl excellent, for instance, A..C.
Taylor had an average of over 40
bushels on 32 acres of wheat, and a
piece of oats went nearly 50 bush
els. You see there was so much of
his prohl clement In June, plenty of
water. Another prolii, J. P. Frizzel,
of Perrydale, gathered between 82
and S3 bushels. So I suppose they
can stand it to let Harrison beat
U. NO. U.
Salem 1'ioblMtlou Club.
The club met last night In W. C.
T. U. hall at tho usual hour, with n
good attendance. Singing of "Pro
hibition Bells" and "That's What's
the Matter" by the quartette; prayer
by Rev. J. S. Howell. After a reci
tation and a solo, a constitution was
adopted, and twenty-ono signa
tures obtained thereto. Tho univer
sity prohibition club -through its
secretary agreed to furnish music at
the public meetings. It was decid
ed to have an ice cream festival on
Friday, Sept. 14th, and to Invite tho
public. Mr. Rlddlo consented to
give an Illustrated lecture next Mon
day. After adjournment, tho quar
tette remained to practice singing.
Election of officer ordered for next
Monday night. Hour of meeting
changed to 7:30.
Miss Nettie Brown, teacljer of
elocution, in Willamette university,
not only gave good satisfaction in
her position and with her classes,
but also made mauy friends during
her stay In this city. She returned
home, to Hinsdale, 111., during the
vacation with the intention of re
suming her labors, but her parents
were so loath for her to go so far from
home that she tendered her resigna
tion. Under tho circumstances, It
was accepted, aud a new teacher.
cngnged by telegraph through PLrpf,
Cumnock, teacher of elocution and
oratory In Northwestern University,
Evanston, I1L She will be hero In
a few days.
" i ,
Eyt, Ear tit llerornttln.
Dr. J. W. Culbertson, Principal
Physician and Surgeon of tho Cen
tral Surgical Infirmary, of Indian
upolls, Indiana, will visit profes
sionally, Salem, at the Chemekete
Hotel Saturday to Monday, Sept. 8,
0, and 10. Portland Esmond House
Sept. 1st to Oth. All ollllcted with
any disease of the Eye or Ear, Ca-
14... I., vreq ujvni viuu niwt, U.t..
Curvature, Piles, Ituptu.eorChronlo
Diseases, etc , can consult him free
of charge. Artificial eyes inserted.
Remember the dates. 101-10.5.
pipped la lie Bad.
Is It not hotter to nip consump
tion, the greater scourge of huihuii
ity, in the bud, than to try to stay
its progress on the brink of the
grave. A few doses of California's
most useful production, SANTIE
ABIE, the king of consumption,
will relieve, and a thorough treat
ment will cure. Nasal Cutarrh, too
often the forerunner of consump
tion, chii be cured by California
CAT-R-CUUK. These remedies are
sold and fully warranted by I). W.
Salem, ut (I, or three for I2.K).
A promioingalgu fur our farmers
is the purchase of new steamers fur
the Yaquiua route. With good
facilities moat of our wheat will go
Vermont votes to-day.
County court meets to-morrow.
Call on Winters &, Thomas for tht
best groceries Irt town 1
Painless dental operations at Dr.
T. C. Smith's, S12 State street.
The book stores aro doing a rush
ing buMtioss selling school supplies.
The G. A. 11. excursion Is delayed
on Its way from California and will
not be through til evening.
Reception to Rev. A. B. Brow n
to-morrow night at A. T. Gilbert's
corner of Front and Marion streets.
How familiar the school bells
sound again. The town hns felt al
most lonesome without them during
Of the new subscriptions received
for the Jovkxai. to-day were two
from Clatsop county and one from
In the garden of Eugene Brt
niiin can be seen a large snowball
bush, with several blooms on It, a
S. B. Watkins is doing a good
business at the Rocky Mountain
Coilee House, next to the Jouuxai.
building, on Liberty street.
Miss Knox has secured a good
location for her select school in the
building known as thellttle Central,
and will commence work next Mon
day. Misses Goltra and Maerum lwve
opened their school of iimtrumciitaT
music and vocal culture In very
pleasant rooms, over the First Na
tional bank, with encouraging pros
pects. ' "' '
The governor has appointed as no
taries public, Scott Grlll'en, Tolo,
Jackson county; J. C. Powell, Al
bany; as commissioners for Oregon,
Horace Slieley, Independence, Mo.,
Joseph J. Perkins, Santa Barbara
D. F. C. Campbell attempted to
poison himself with morphine, on
Sunday in tho Golden Rule, hotel
discovered in ills room ; but restor
atives were appl'-d, and by walking
him about the streets tho greater
part of the night, he finally recov
ered.' . The cause of this attempt on
his life Is not given.
The JouiiN'AijOud the public are
uhderobligatlonstoMr. T. Pcarce,
of Eola, for a full weather report for
tho past month. Such compila
tions from careful observation
systematically made are much more
satisfactory than vague guesses or
general statements. iney carry
weight with readers abroad who
want to know the truth about our
It Consumption Incurable.
Read the follewing: Mr. C. II.
Morris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was
down with Abscess of Lungs, and
friends and physicians pronounced
mc nn Incurable consumptive. Be
gan taking Dr. King's New Discov
ery forconsumntlon.ani now on my
third bottle, and am able to oversee
the work on my farm. It Is the
finest medicine ever made."
Jcsso Mlddlowart, Decatur, Ohio,
snvs:"Had ItnotbeeuforDr. King's
New-DlsWiveTj' for consumption I
would have died of lung trouities.
Wuh given up by doctors. Am now
In tho best'of health." Try It. Sam
ple bottles free at II. W. Cox's Drug
aildlKHTv-Neur Turner,OrcK"n,BopU M,
ISM. or consumption, Cliurli (filbert,
need about a) ycttm.
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Plain and Fancy Stationery,.
Embossed Scrap Pictures,
Day School Rewards,
W. II. GRAYS 1 1 ISrrO ItY 0 11I5G0N 50c.
Natural Law in the Spiritual World 25c,
Leather Card Cases,
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98, STATE ST. - SALEM, OR
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Also a Complete Slock of Hardware and
u Live and Let Live Paint Shop.
HUNTLY & McFERSON.
Kalsominers. Paoer Hangers and
Afl order will ntrlvo inmpt Mltenllon
Krtlniahv on alt kind of work In our lino
chwirfully kIvmi. HulUfectton Kunratitxt
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lritiUK lowt in Oitmt.
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CITY TS AT
Charter flak Stoves, '
Farm Machinery, Wagons and Carriages
Evaporated Applet - "a
Evanorated Peachei, ,
Dried Peeled Peaehet
Dried Peaehex. .
Dried Apple, r.
. Dried 'Grape'
Oregon Petit Prunes
Imported German Prunei,
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