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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1888.
E. P. Hoduett came
grant's Pass to-day.
Mls Edith Fnrnir went to Port
land this morning, on a short visit
Hon. It. P. Boise and family have
returned from their polk county
Cant. Lovell, of the secretary of
state's oftice, has gone to Astoria, on
Valor and Mrs. Geo. "Williams
took the morning California over,
land train for Portland.
John Bowie, now of Portland,
spent a few days with Mr. Keller,
and returned home to-day.
Mrs. II. B. Holland has gone to
New Era, Clackamas county, to at
tend a spiritualist meeting.
IT. S. Grant. Jr., the cornetist of
Tvillns. arrived yesterday and has
gone to work for C. A. Robert.
Elder P. K. Burnett, and H. C.
Porter of Aunisville, went down to
Portland together this morning.
Warden McKImion, of the peni
tentiary, is back from his trip, and
at his post, in good health, again.
Hon. Andy Gilbert has put a very
ueat, ornamental fence around his
new residence, on Liberty and Uhe-
Squire Farrar and W. D. Claggett,
of Salem, passed through Zena on
Monday on their way to Nestucca,
iiill will have lots of fun.
Lieut. I. A. Manning anticipated
a visit to-day from his brother, Chas.
T. Manning, and wife, but they
passed through Portland.
That successful Nimrod, YV. P.
Johnson, and party, have returned
from their hunting trip, above Up
per Soda, In Linn county.
Thos. MoF. P.itton returns to
day, from Portland, whpro he went
to place his wji Hal, and II. B.
Kisko in the Bishop Scott grammar
B. F. Fletcher, of Howell prairie,
has started for Umatilla county to
spend the winter. He is accompan
ied by his granddaughter, Miss Mary
Chns. A. Piper, of this city, lias
accepted n position as timekeeper
for Searles fe Dean, the O. P. con
tractors, and has gone to the front to
Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes go to
Canyonville to-night to visit Major
Wiu. Manning and wife, who have
recently been to the old home of the
former, in Tennessee.
The wedding of Ivan B. Hunin
son,. well known in Salem, and Miss
Harriet ,K. Jeffrey took? place in tile
Unitarian church at Portland, at 12
o'clock last Wednesday.
Mrs. It. S. Wallace, Mrs. Lou
Hatch and Mrs. Asa McCully are
elected to attend the district W. C
T. U. convention, which meets at
Lebanon to-morrow and Thursday.
Futher jWeller lift, to-day, oil a
business, trip 'to CbicogO, to bejnbj
ient a few weekH He was accom
panied by hissister-iu-law, Mrs. 8. N.
Rogers, who has been here on n visit
to the family. 5 , .
H. A. Miller, accompanied by his
wire aud child, left for Portland this
luorulug, where they will resfde.
Mr. Miller, who has practised law
with Col. W. H. H. Waters in this
city, will pursue bis profeflstoiVJh!.
E. Schoettle, merchant tailor, has
taken ftUtJuU flriai paper-, , rentamo
Ing allegiance to Emperor William
III, of Germaany, aud all'pther po
tentates, and becoming a cltlr-en of
the United States. He has been In
America-fix yearn, andtook-olif his
fint papers Ave years ago In Iowa.
J.H. AlberVs horse becamd seared
yesterday, while; iitaudlngAht the
fruit drier, and ran oft with the
buggy, which collided with a
wagon. L. S. Winters stopped the
animal down town. Damage, a
Itfoken shaft and the honm skinned
Oi ike OrsB raelte.
Traek laying on A. Brink's con
et has been suspended for a few
'lays on account of a pleco of rock
rk. This cutis now finished and
track-laying will at oiico be com
menced again. The completion of
k cut leaves S6 miles of level grad
in8. requiring only the laying of
"w and rails to complete the road. '
The work to being vigorously '
Pushed all along the line. Albany
"uWrlbe for tliejC'Al'iTAL JoiR-
L. H. Rogers of Minnesota, who
has been making a tour of observa
tion in this valley, came in to-day to
look around Salem and its surround
ings. He likes the appearance of
the country but thinks we have
been suffering for rain. On the
gravelly ground around the depot it
may look so to a stranger. But
patches of corn aud garden truck on
well cultivated soil show no signs of
drouth. Aud one charm about our
summer has been the entire absence
of anxiety in harvesting the im
mense crops because no thunder
storms, wind storms nor even
showers have interfered for a single
hour with the work. Now that
grain is well out of the way, a mod
erate rain would be welcome. Aud
it will probably conic before long.
iaqulna Fishermen's Tioukle.
The Albany Herald says: "A
gentleman from Yaquina states that
tho striking salmoir llshernieii at
Yaquina still hold out for higher
wages. They held a meeting Satur
day night, and decided not to tlsh
for less than .1 cents per pound for
whole fish and 4 cents for dressed
fish. The cannery of Baker &
Hays lias acceded to the demands
of the fishermen, ami Sunday night
20 boat loads of tine salmon were
brought in at 3 cents. The other
canneries oiler only 2-3 cents each
for silver-side salmon and 50 cents
for Chinook. They say they will
procure fishermen lroni abroad and
defend their boats with Winchester
rilles if "accessary, tho union llsher
men having threatened to put a stop
to any fishing by non-union men."
To listen to a good reader is a rare
intellectual treat, enjoyed by all,
just as a hum-drain reader is a
weariness and a bore. When a man
is par excellence an elocutionist,
and reads from his own narratives,
that have gained a world-wide fame,
the pleasure- U greatly enhanced.
This is why Geo. W. Cable draws
such immense audiences utid rivets
attention of the clitcaud the critical.
Doubtless ho will do so next Friday
at the opera house. Tickets should
bo secured early.
1'iof. ('. Nurrls' Canine Shu."
The Prof., and lite wonderful
troupe of performing (log-, will ap
pear at tho opera house to-night.
They are proitoliiuied by press and
public to be the finest troupe of
trained dogs ever seen In tins coun
try. Jfjst tUUuY'of If, 05 educated
dogs, that can give a two hour's
show, the same as people, except
they cannot talk. Don't inks. Ad
mission 50 and 70 cents ; children 25
cents. Seats on Kile at Pat ton's
' UoV t tke Uit Hd.
; Says an exchange: "Tho Salem
Vidette claims to be the only demo
cratic daily in Salem. Tills Is tough
on tho Jouhxal." Our cotem-
porary should notice that the Hug
that the Jouknai. files bears the
names of Harrison and Morton.
And the only national platform
published in full and left standing
in these columns is the one passedl
:by the republican party at Chicago,
Geo. H. Burnett, president of the
Salem republican committee,. In
formed the Statesman that the big
LHarrison and Morton tlug will be
duly flung to the breeze ut 0 p. in.,
to-day aud that three delegates will
be chosen to attend tho meeting of
Rfhi league of republican clubs In
Portland on the 10th Inst. We sup
pose It is so.
Mrs. John Brooks survived the
night but her family and physician
scarcely, expect that her strength
will Inst through the day. She la a
christian lady of long experience,
perfectly resigned and longing to
"go home and Us at1 refer," as she
At Marlon, on Saturday, some
thieves are reported to have broken
Into the Chinese railroad section
camp and rifled their boxes. It Is
not known whether they secured
any money or valuables.
Col. T. C. Smith Informs some of
the nanorx that the line officers of the
2d regiment O. X. G. will assemble
in the armory of Company u.Bareni
on Thursday 20th, Sept, 1888, fur
UmpurpoMj of electing a iMuwnaai
colonel. Oftteere may Mini prexiw.
At 6:30 to-night the members of
the fiafcm fire department are to
asK-inble at the Tiger emrine houn
to make one more run with the old
Ttiwr engine before it leases ior
Aberdcen, W. T.
Horse Tklercs CtpturtJ.
All owners of stock, and 'lovers of
good order will be glad to read this
from the Albany Herald : "Sheriff
Combs, of Crook county, has received
word from Jas. Slater, who had gone
In search of Rufus Smith and a man
named Reed, charged with stealing
horses from t. . James, that he
had overtaken them nt Siuslaw and
had them In the custody of the
sherifi of Lane county. Smith is
the fellow mentioned in the Herald
two weeks ago as having left the
county with horses belonging to
Mr. James. He will probably be
given a term in the penitentiary in
which to reflect over his ungrateful
A lelntor to Aiberther.
A lady and gentleman from n dis
tant state, who intend st lying here
a month, accosted a JoritN'.vi. rep
resentative on the street to-day and
requested information about private
boarding houses, complaining that
they had purchased and perused a
Salem daily paper without being
able to find a word on this subject
that was quite important to them.
After explaining that those who
take boarders either want no more
custom or have a notion that "it
docs not pay io advertise,'' the re
porter gave tho enquires tho names
and location of .several good private
The I'rohl (tub.
Tho Salem Prohibition club met
last night to transact business and
listen to an illustrated lecture by It.
H. Riddle, of Walla Walla. It was
decided to hold an ice cic.im festival
next Friday night in W. C. T. U.
hall. Admission, 15 ccuts. The
club will also be represented at the
great pirty prohibition picnic at
Woodbum, October 0th.
Our newsy neighbor, the West
Side, says tho new Baptist church
in that city is rapidly Hearing com
pletion. The building wilt be U7x52
feet square, is built ot brick, will be
hard finished, euutahilug til out S00
yards of plastt ring. Parker & Fer
guson are doing the cart entering,
and C W. Love, of Albany, the
brick work and plastering. The
large new opera house is also Hearing
completion. It is being built by L.
1 .Sonnil I.ecil Opinion'.
E. Balnbiidgc Munday, Esq.,
County Atty., Clay Co., Tex., nays:
"llavo used Electric Bitters with
most happy results. My brother
nlo was very low with malarial
fever and Jaundice, but was cured
by timely uo of this medicine. Am
satisfied Electric Bitters saved his
Mr. D. T. WJlcoxon. of Horse Cave,
Ky., adds a 'ike testimony, saying:
He positively believes lie would have
died, had it not been for Electric
This' great remedy will ward off
as wejl as cure all malarial discuses,
and forall kidney, liver nud stomach
disorders stands uncquulcd. Price
50c. and ?1. at Dr. H. W. Cox's.
You cannot aflbrd ,to waste time
in exiierimenting1 When yoUr lungs
are in danger. Consumption always
seems, at first, only a cold. Do not
permit ony dealer to Impose upon
you with some cheap lmlUitfou of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Cough's, and Colds, but
lie sureyou get the genuine. Bemuse"
he can inake more profit he may
tell you he has something Just as
good, or Just the same. Doirtbedty
etlfed? but' Insist upon' getting 'Dr.'
King's New Discovery, which Is
guaranteed to give relief In all
Throat, Lung and Chest aflectlons.
Trial bottles free at H. W. Cox's
drugstore. Large bottles (1.
Tho commissioners met to-day and
had a conference with If. Campbell
of the O. R. N. company relative
to redubtlons of freights on their
line. They were asked to reduce
their dcslre'to-writing that it irilght
be submitted and then considered at
tho meeting' nbxtXondny.
Sulfa firtkcr AirertUeJ.
The Orogonlau Is to publish an il
lustrated edition of several towns In
this valley, Including Salem, as It
has done Tncotna and fsjiokline, The
artist Is now here sketohlng'varWus
prominent buildings and flue views.
Ferrer t O.
Are shipping out fruit by the ear
load, but their own store Is always
attractive with the liost varieties.
Iu fruit, vegutablw, groeoriw and
previsions they are always In the
f.ntr CrWIt Ue4. '
Marion county warrants draw no j
money at the ..fflce of the trwwHirw
for want "f ready fah, l-ut they are
realily Ix.ugbt at par at the bankj-.
Go to-night atid see the dogs.
The wonderful trained dogs at the
opera house to-night.
Painless dental operations at Dr.
T. C. Smith's, 02 State street.
The painting of the exterior of the
state house, is progressing well.
A private letter from Roseburg,
speaks of diptheria there, with two
Dr. Gilbert has been called to
Monmouth on professional business,
Dr. Wcnip remains iu the Sanita
rium. We nre credibly Informed that
wheat is commanding a good price
all along the railroad. At Roseburg
it was quoted at 75 cents yesterday.
K. L. Hlhbard, superintendent of
tho pavilion at tho fair grounds, is
now camped there and all who
desire space should see him forth
with. The notorious "Nig Bertlmt,"
known in California as the "Confi
dence (ue n " passed through on
the northbound train, going to Port
land. The f:rist mill of V. Wattecr, at
the-mouth of Pudding river is be
ing enlarged iu view of the heavy
crop and Increased demand for
Win. Anglln is in from the Capital
mine to take out more men and a
large pump and more supplies.
Tho work is being vigorously prose
cuted. Mrs. Bochnnger, an aged lady,
living with her son-in-law, John
Walton in East Salem, who has not
been expected to recover for some
tlmo is quite low.
The S:13 train from Califohiia was
loaded with passengers. The sleep
ers, second class and immigrant
curs nil being full, This is n com
mon occurrence now.
Before long Salem will have cable
cars. But next Friday we will have
"Cable" readings in the opera house.
Those who knnwngood thing when
they hear it will not miss the occasion.
Yesterday morning's train did not
arrive till after 7 p. in., having been
thrown from the track, and had
several cats smashed, by reason of a
broken rail, ti few miles south of
The Capital Jouhnal Is in re
ceipt of a "Complimentary" to the
Walla Walla Agricultural fair, to be
held near that city, beginning Octo
ber 1st, and continuing during tho
week. Round trip rates on the ()
11. fc N. faro one way, X. P., one mid
,s, ., , ,, . . ., ,
Attention is called to the ml-
vertlsenient of Howard brothers In
another column. They have enlcied
the Held well equipped to do il clr
work expeditiously and satisfac
torily. Their reputation for
punctuality and honest work sh u!d
be a good recommendation to the
public. If you have any woils Iu
their line give tho lxys a chrnce.
Those "dorgHl" Prof. Mollis'
"dawgs." Tlio Portland Iws
says: "Tho canine crforinerH
climbed ladders, stood on their bind
feet, made as good leaps over bars
from spring-board (is utiy ai-robut.
They wultxed, picked out letters
and figures on blocks and finally
Frltzle, the' slur, perforfned the
wonderful fcal of looking at a Isiy's
watch In tho audience and then
going upon tho stage ami telling the
time it Indicated by picking oUt
figures on blocks."
That J. B. Tichcnor is a niftier In
tho real estate hindiios, muy be
taken for granted from his success
In making sales. Hero are sdiio rt
int enes: Albert lViioch, of
Oakland, Cal., lought forty-four
acres of fruit land live miles Miuth
of Salem, from GUK l-Vlelilurd, mill
left oil tbd evening train for his
family. Sir. Penoch bus Ik-vii trav
eling around for the uu4 tworniintbJ
in neuron oi a nomo. i.ui mo. loumi
Homing mat suns nun as wen as;
. . V ... V , . "T r ,
that California Is too dry for his ttlr-
pose Friday J; 'V. fJIIBert Ixalght
I). Jf. Kvans' farm on Howell prai
rie. Jlr, Gllboit Is froili western
Tennesce, but lnbilHoii n resident of
Eastern Oregon for the put yuur.
He' doex not like liaxtorn Omuii
owing to tho Hwralty of wl and
water in most K)Hlons of ii. Mr.
G. U well hatlxlled with his ihw
home, aud will iuiluwi otlwr to U
F. J. Cattvrllu, IIh plMttogrxidHr
opijtfita the court boiwe In HnWhi
iiMtkiM a KfM-rhtliy of taking (lie U
tureat of bablvM frHn one day to time
j ears old, and until the middle of
Heotetuber will take iHimllve "f
tliemfrw- t"l hf warmi.U tin.'-
'! r n rv i-
, VJ-. wtf
WALKER. At Scuttle. W. T.. of consump
tion. Miss Hollo WnlKcr, nired alxmt id
years, on Friday, September "th, 1SSS.
Deceased was a sister of Jessie,
John, and Miss Alice Walker, of
Derry, Polk county, and was
brought to that place lor Interment
in the Burch cemetery, near there,
yesterday. She was an estimable
young lady and an Immense number
of mourners followed her remains to
I) s-optemSier'-Vth for tho construction of
n pile nruiite across .Mill crceK in iiic norm
enil of Cointurroliil street luvoiillnic t tho
plnns nnil K)cellUiUtoiis on lllc with tho
Tho right Is reserved to reject any anil
all hliK Hood, liamls v 111 ho i-oqulroil.
IMlMil T l SHAW,
REED'S OPERA HOUSE
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 14TH.
GBORGB W. OABLR
This tHlonloilnulhor unit fmncilelocutlnn
1st, n-iil i( choice rcpciloiy from lilt
- Knsteru Journals "tfft
d- xpcnU hi the hljihcst "tl
- terms of Mr. Oiule's -a
i- literary entertain. -k.i
A- ments. -H
ncnpnil admission, () cents.
TIcKcIk fhr sale nt l'litton's mill Stnrr's
O rego ii
The SSIli Auitmil sa;(, rr will ho
held on the 1'ulr (Iroundv, uwr Sslclii,
17th OF SEPTEMBER,
And contlnultix one i elt.
CASH PREMIUMS to the
Amount of $15,000
Will ho iinardi'd fur Aurlcuhuml. Mcclain.
I liiil inn! Mock chhlts, MorKsofuu mid
111I1C Will Ji, Ullll llll llllllHlll spci d.
The ii.oiiilumx ollercil lme lieen lit
cii'iiMtt In many ciihih, anil iu cIiikm'n
huso hull milled. No entry f.o chuiKed
In iIIsIkIoiinJ, K, Land U.
A iiiutOllllcciiL Held of liurfi'H cnlerdl,
end tht'io will lOHiienillilionleKtHol run
nliiK and IrottlliK ciieh iliij .
Tho illflerent trnnsiiirla(liin eoiiipaulra
IU nuiko Uhiial rcdiietloiiK In fares and
Special allcutlon Ih culled to the premi
ums oflVicd for county cxhlbllH of KraliiH,
1,'nin-cH mid irullK.
I'.ntrli's lll ho iiculMilln Ihon'crelur.v'H
n'llco In Siilciii, Ih'rIiiiiIiik sIvdajB h('li)ro
the lull, and on the fair KroumlH from Irl
day liefiire the fair. lViMjim divlrlnu to
.clill.lt Iu iIIvIhIoiis .1, K, O, I'anil (i are
rHiui'rled Io make lh(li inlilw on !" r 1 -day
and Hnliuiliiy lioriiictlipfilrirni sultno.
All (utilOK i Iom) on Miiudai Heiiteiiilicr
17lli, nl 7:10 p. II.
I'KICICM 01' AIIMIKSION:
Cihikiii Ui'kfl for men (nU days) 5'i fO
I ('oiipiiii ticket Hir.uiiliicii (Hlx itii) .. I Ul
Ii i lli'l.u lui (Miiiiei
llckitii to the uiiml Hand at nun
tiiicl; Mr male iiir 1- yiai's -J
I .-.illc- lo llie (rniinl Mam) Inc.
'I ho-e ilcHlrinc In puichare hirfitliB will
nppl.( to Hie cc-irla y.
r j( ml tn the xMctnry al Halom lorn
KlillllIH IIM. J.T. (iUK(
rpHE QUESTION OF THE DAY.
PROTECTION OR' FREE' TRADE?'
An Emmlnilltin of' the TirllT Qutitlon with El-
peclil Rif Hi 6 thi Intertill
BY HENBY GEORGE.
fi.orii, tun. rAj;j;ii, cunth.
Till-lii the cliin-l, falrcVl, iiWMt lntireit
IriL' and moxt miilnlrle rViklnhiuftoii atthi
(iirltTudcitliili yH iiilidfjiiiiil Vtl "proVn'
lunlnill!o to ull whit winli lounaenuind
The'inolt thorpUKb In vryit Iputlnn, pf the,
utibJcH thktliKnyerijJ-enputlnlypo New
The nlipcArunrn of thl IkkiV nliirk n
new enoefi In th worldoeldA- triiKirte.fr
frt Iradi). Ileliry Ht-ore, tat, u power of-
limpid lunstinselliiit buy child cut) uuder
fund 111 in , whllo thfl riioct learned man
tin enjoy llio tu-cumey ot uU (Utemonu
klidthe HJltirtsdlMncM ofliU IhoUKbti'.
Thommi (1. HhmrniMn In New York Ktur.
, lMik which every workfntfiitun In the
I luaun reuo wnn iniei
lurt,-New ork Jlernld.
rrud with Interest and ouihtto
WliiMir wuaU tn we. the utroiiteot ur-gfculeht'-ii"t
Only iixnlml nroUstliiii, hilt
urillti.r II Inrlrti-wlll find It liera
TlmliiKiiliiruceeMorMr (Irorieelii that
helia iiliuleltollllenl economy lulcroA
linen! woiioiiit inicriwi
I niiariHii iiev
He(lf GMgt,, 0(k,f WofV
yfiMnvt mi .Vprty, eloth, tlj irr,
I KSKi'1'i..Mr.,... ,.,; ,-.r.nU.
'i ii Umt tiiiMthm, iiir. id nnu.
I'rulMYly In Idiid, iMixr, leenl.
dilrxM Villi rlTANIAllI
II L'nlon rbjuure, New York.
F. M. CAMMACK, -;- Prop,
I trnffUM wMk U lrt I ho HtHrkat
nMtodto MTV4ihiy wbttxk.
TliU ImMi;IiM4 rrdenlly lrn refilled and '
u n"wn"f "' valley '
A elurf f 'h- j ' ii. i(i i.aj'- r--t1
fully awl i ted Y .erytl. nlnwUm
Will continue Her School for the en
suing year at the LITTLE CENTRAL
SCHOOL BUILDING, Cor. Church ami
Marion Sts.. beginning
Piano and Voice.
Milt Laura GULTHA ani Mitt KUrgAret MACRUM
Will oiien a School In
flrpn, Vocal Ciilliirc,
On Mondii, Sept. Hit ItootnM iltnvtly
over Kim Nntlimat ll.ink. Om he seen at
tlui nxMUHon and allor Matuiilay, Sent. I,
team 11 o'clock a. in. sUa
CONSKRVATORY OF 1IUSIG!
loil sucsWnil fchool of mnnle on I ho
nnrth(es coant. About
150 STITDKXTS LAST VBAR.
flmiM, OlK(lt, t-lnul"K. Vlulln,
llnrnioriy. iiml Ccnmtur-
IllplomiiH on completion ot conifc.
Teacher"! Z. M. 1'arMn, Kriiukln l.
.loaex, r.Mil'ov. ABsiHtant. i.lllll M. Smllll.
I'ltTt term hcisliiK .Momliiy, Heptemner
!td, isss. sicnd for cataloKiie. Kor Inrlher
y. M. l'AKVIN,
Mimical Dlicctor, Salem, ()r.
Uiailuali'H stnili'iitM In
Classical, Liforary, Soiciililio,
Normal, Ifusilicss, Law,
It U thn (illicit, larKONl and leant exien
elvdliiHtltntlon of liHirnlni; In tho Norlh
weiit. , ,
Kchodl ciAii Irnt Mondny In Hcploinber.
Heml for calrtloiiiie lo
TIIOH. VAN HV,
17: Hnlcin, (iri'Koii.
SR PAIS seiiL
lbys and' (j-irls.
Tho . ncrjuofl jrlir nrtenv.,on, tmi Utit
,'HfBwiT. nuruwBii ,niNJ
(Ion In th primary nnd
I'KKMH 1 Mrthm iiifommtlon may h
liailonnpplloatluato.a. . .
..ukV. im. itwr,
Cor. CheiiI;keU and HUtMHU.
FOR SALE or RENT!
Well wutrrrd and plenty ot timber. Two
nouaoe aud Iwn bare. (lood ureluud.
Mradow and l.'O luirm plow land. VMly
head of rtuttln wllh the pUu-o If wanted, and
horMaenouelitorun It. Within nva talks
ofdcnotoniheO. Al). IL.Il. A Uirijaln Jor
Enoulre at Office of Cioltil JoumaL
fr all uuw, fnmi line to full eMully.
All for the low i.rlM, of HO. (Sill at (lie ISk-
elmi Chief, Vinegar A Fruit I'mimm-vIbc
Cnmatiy a ottleo. Huloin, Oregon.
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