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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
Olce, Corner Court and Liberty Streets,
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Halvm.UreKoii, l'ostolllce, June 21, 1888.
liepublican National Ticket.
For Vico Prceldent:
LEVI P. MOHTON,
Of Now York.
Foil PUKSIDKKTIAL El.KCTOllS.
Ilobcrt McLean, of Klnmath County.
Win. KdiuiM.of Multnomah County.
C. W. Pulton, of Clatsop County.
TIIUItSDAY, OCT. 18, 18S8.
A ItKION OK TKKItOH,
London la now in ti butl way. Ah
everybody is on the volunteer nolieo
who chooses to tnko iv liimd in the
limit for the unknown Wliltcclinpol
murderer, there Ih, uh ono result, u
fenrful jumbling in the degrees of
discretion, Judgment and common
hoiiho on the part of these numerous
The city's reign of terror on hc
eount of the murderer seems now
merging into terrorism for fenr of
being arrested on suspielon of being
the murderer. The shallowest
brahiB generally rule during these
periods of panic, and the man who
talks the most, thinks the least, and
at last develops an actual mania for
suspecting without tho least reason
for so doing, is tho ono to cause tho
most needless arrests, needless
disturbance and necdle.-s distress.
In reference to tho general desiro
that bloodhounds be used in the
search for the murderer, the police
have procured several of these ani
mals and put them in training.
Thoy are not stationed In thoAVhlte
chapcl district, however, but are
looked In stables in out-of-the-way
places, so that nobody shall know
from what quarter to expect them.
Tho methods now employed by
the pollcu In the vain eM'oits to
capture tho murderer me exciting
the Hast Unders to wrath, and
Instead of having a single criminal
to tlnd It is feared that a very
carnival oi enmu will no begun un
less something Is done to appease
tho desperato characters of this
neighborhood. A change is notice
nblo already for tho worse, and
crimes such as wife-beating assaults
and ultmyH with knives havo In
creased within tho last two weeks In
tho worst districts of the Fust Kiul,
hut what tho police most fear is an
open air riot which will exceed in
proportion tho Trafalgar square riots
of lust yyar,
- - - -- ' i
Mns, Ki.iium, who was arrested
for selling liquor to Indians and for
various other crimes at Sacramento,
was acquitted of tho tlrst ehtirgu
Thursday afternoon because tho
prosecution failed to provo that
Indian Mary was an Indian, though
she was present and testified against
Mrs. Klllott and was well known to
iniof full Indian blood.
Phoiiaiii.y tho richest college
professor In America, If not In the
General Harrison most happily
identified one of the most conclu
sive evidences of America's supe
rior advantage over all foreign
countries when he said "The gates
of Castle Garden havealways swung
inward." During the past half cen
tury the number of people from
foreign countries seeking our shores
for tlio betterment of their condi
tion has been about 15,000,000, and
half a million yearly aro now pour
ing in with the same ambition.' In
this particular America stands alone
among the nations of the earth.
It is tlio living and unanswerable
testimony to her extraordinary re
sources that such an over-increasing
army can be so readily assimilated.
When some of those who have tied
from poverty abroad have been un
able to get themselves at once out of
poverty it only serves to call atten
tion to the enormous numbers who
arc provided for every year.
Suppose, for an Instant, that in
stead oi uctng called upon every
year to provide for half a million
strangers from other lands that the
tide of emigration should turn in
the otiier direction and those half
million competitors in our own la
bor markets should leave this coun
try to land on theshoresof England
Germany, France, or any other
foreign nation. How long could
they stand tho strain? Would it
not drive any of those nations into
revolution In a single season ?
Let those Who are now neglecting
tlie great issue of tills campaign to
cry "panic" because the protective
system does not convert Into aCros-s
of tho Legion of Honor the brass
check attached to an ignorant la
borer imported contrary to law, or
docs not take him out of the dingy
tenement where the contractor has
placed him ami teach him the Eng
lish language and set him up in
business for hmself let them take
counsel of their unbiased and oft-
expressed convictions and ask them
selves whether they are acting the
patriotic or consistent part in refus
ing to raiso voico or pen against
thoso who seek to level down to the
foreign level that superiority which
is the proudest monument of our
country's prosperity. Irish World.
SaIj1:m business men are begin
ning to wake up and aro making
rapid strides to tlio front as the most
enterprising city in Oregon. Let
tlie good work go on. Let us have
street railways, woolen mills, and
lots of other manufacturing enter
prises. We aro the center of tho
finest agricultural and fruit lands in
tho world, blessed with health and
all other surroundings that should
make life pleasant and why should
not Hulein bloom and boom and
grow into a great metropolis.
It Is understood that an agent of
tlio government is on his way to
this coast to investigate tho business
of'tho Indian school at- Chemawa.
if ono half is truo that is rumored
about t ho institution there will be
some tlno developments in that
quarter as soon as tho commissioner
lets it out. "Let no guilty man es
cape." "Turn tho rascals out."
BEAIi rSTVTK TRANSACTION'S.
Tin: Now York Star, democratic,
says Indiana will glvo Clovcland
115,000 majority hut lllaiuu says that
Indiana is good for 14,000 majority
for Harrison and Morton and
llltxluo is an excellent judge In such
Sit flonu of Thought.
A good word Is as soon said as an
ill one. Latin Proverb.
Truth makes tho tongue smart.
Eat bread at pleasure, drink wlno
oy measure. lrencn rrovero.
When the lion crows and tho cock
Is mute- there Is little peace Italian
A house Illled with guests is oaten
up and III spokeu of. Swinish Prov
verh. Ho who Is of no use to himself is
of no use to nny one. Danish Prov-
Tho following, deeds have been
filed for record with the recorder
since Oct. 10th :
Samuel Adolph and wife to A.
Bush and W. S. Lndd, part of lot 7
In blk 35 Salem ; $1800.
Wm. Bilyeti and wife to J. W.
Lance and wife, lots 12 and 13 blk 0,
Jefferson ; $200.
Ernest Becker and wife t John
Kinty, lotsl and 2 blk 2!, Sublim
ity ; .$350.
Henry Barondrick and wife to
Oeo. W. Massoy, undivided 1-9 in
terest 191.75 acres in Marion ; $000.
II. V. Clymer to Mary CIvmer.
undivided one-sixth iutercstin 331.58
acres t 8 s, r 1 w ; $385.
M. L. Cliainbcriiu anil wife to E.
P. McCornuick, undvided Interest
lot 1 and n, of n J of lot 2 blk 33
Salem r S3000.
Wm. B. Cline to Mary E. Cllne,
lot unlv. add., S.ilcin$l. .
Joseph Fetting to John L. and
James C. Donovan, land die Sam
uel Center and wife, t 7 s, rlw;
Sampson Jones and wife to Mrs.
Elizabeth Borego, part lot 4 blk 18
and three feet fourinclies lots blk 18
unlv. add. Salem ; $1300
Nicholas Lichty and wife to Peter
Stellln, 40-acres t 7s, r 1 w ; $1100.
Leban Mauldlng to Jennie M.
Thomas, part blk 22 Saem ; 1200.
Chas. Mosliberger and wife to P.
Mclntec, lots 1 and 2 blk 107 Hub
baid add. to Hubbard ; 100.
A. B. Muir and wife to Henry
Croft, n. j lot 7 blk 1 Salem ; $400.
Adelnelm Odermatt to Andrew
Bobl, land sees. 11, 12, 13, and 14 to
s, r 1 w ; 55,804.40.
Oregon Land Co. to George E.
Hatch, lot 00 in Cap. Fruit Farm ;
Oregon Land Co. to Charles Wood
ward, lot 59 Cap. Fruit Farm J $300.
M. A. Peck to J. G. Hughes, 300
acres t 0 s, r 2 w w ; $10,000.
Wm. M. llanibcy and wife to Fan
ny Hubbard, part blk 5 Robert's
add. Salem ; $1400.
L. M. Smith to Bebeeea P. Day
ton, lot 2 blk 17 Silver Falls City ;
.lames X. Smith and wife to James
G. Martin, lot 5 blk 5 Mehama ; 40.
Chas. Stewart and wife to E. Eck-
crlin, part lot 7 blk 22 Salem ; 18U0.
Martin St ravens and wife to Frank
Manning, 1 acre 1 5 s, r 2 w ; 550.
Louisa Strickrott and husband to
E. Me I u tire, 1 aero d 1 c of Samuel
.Joshua Sutter and wife to Nicholas
Slchly, 70.2 acres t 7 s, r 1 w ; $900.
J. C. Thompson and wife to W. R.
Patty, 4.40 acres land t 7 s, r 3 w ;
United States to John M. Savage,
part sees. 35 and 30 t 7 s, r 1 w ; (040
acres) ; patent.
Henry Von Bchren and wife to
Henry C. Von Bchren, 158.SG acres
tOs, rl2 w; $19S5.7o.
Notice to the Hungry.
no TO THE ItEdTAURANT IN THE
It W. C. T. U. rooms and you will find
somcthlngto satisfy your huncor. We i will
try to please you. K. M. LOW,
TUDY A STANDARD SYSTEM
A few pupils Riven private lnstruc-
man's Is good as any better
. A few nunlls civ
tinn on favorable term. For particulars
V t WIf T.TAMO
P.O. Box' 170, Salem,.c5r.
1 SYDSB IIAV
A n 'alnt mo will
NYONE HAVING A LEGAL CLAIM
within the next ten days,
lease call at the store
DIME'S RICE FLOUR, which cooks
up info a very delicate dish.
Admirers of Cleveland and Harrison, wo believe In
We protect our customers from paying ruinous prices for their Roods bv spiiin-.
them on a very small profit. "v"lng to
1SSS NEW BUCKWHEAT
FLOUR, guaranteed to 1)0
Fresh and Pure
201 Commercial St.
FOR BARGAINS IN
ROTAN & WHITNEY,
102 Court Street, Salem, Oregon
IlnvlnR boURht out tho remnlndcr ot tne
chnlr factory's stock, wo ore prepared to
sell chairs lower than any hoitho In Oregon
Is our motto as every person Is free to trade with us and take advantage of tho.
low prices. We have the most complete assortment of , "5
Hats and Caps,
Bo'ots and Snoes, , , .
r: Cigars and
To be found In the city. "Buy as you vote" with your eyes open,
make you welcome at tho Opera House Corner.
Call, and wo will
Tlie Capitol Adyenture "Co.
Beef 2.;i(Ks fie. net.
Mutton $-$3 per head.
Hogs fie, net, (1 dressed.
Bran 514 per ton.
Shorts ?lfi per ton.
world, Is l'rfooiwor K. K. Salisbury
of Vale. Ho In a millionaire, and his
fortune wiw made front Invcstmenta
nmdo In RoMtou real ostato, Prof.
SalLuiury Is about 70 yearn old, Is a
man of courtly domuanor, ami has
traveled ovor nearly tho whole
A noVol toniporaneo orutmdo has
uem orKunUed at Leamington,
Kiih'ltuul, under tho prtdonoy of
mayor. Alout a score of tempor
nuoo workers who are olyelUU havo
formed a club in order to promote
tomiHirHue In the vummudlug vll
lugw. They ride out together, head
ol by a bugler forming their ma
chines Into u ring, they havo a right
good open-air meeting.
How lit AdrtrtUfJ.
A gentleman, living In a small
city In tho west, had Inherited con
sumption from his father, and tho
doctor told him he must die. He
stopped taking their weakening
physic and tried Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. In three months
he was strong ami well. The
gentleman's neighbors knew how
slokly he formerly was, and asked
him to state In public how ho had
Ikhui cured. Ho advertised to
lecture on u certain evening, in the
public hall, and there was a large
audleuce present. This was his
lecture; A picture of himself be
fore, and one after, he tried tho
remedy, anil tlvo empty bottles of
Pierce's Golden Medium Discovery.
He said nothing, but convinced his
audience Just tho same.
1 1 outrivals all Dr. Sago's Catarrh
Flour $.r.2o per bbl.
Eggs 25 c.
Lard 15, l(i18c
Hams lb'c. eastern.
Bacon 17lSc, eastern.
Apples green, 40o per bu.
It Con.umptloa Incurable
Read tho follewing: Mr.
Morris, Newark, Ark,, says:
down with nbeess of Lungs, and
friends and physicians pronounced
mo an Incurable Consumptive. Be
gan taking Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, am now on
my third bottle, and able to oversee
the work on my farm. It is tho
11 nest medicine ever made."
Jesse Middleware, Decatur, Ohio,
says: "Had It not been for Dr. King's
New discover for Consumption I
would have died or Lung Troubles.
Was given up by doctors. Am now
in best of health." Try it. Sainnlo
KnHl.v.. Ji. .. tT lir n
uuiijiti uvuiit xi, iv. vox's Drug
BLACKSMITIIIXG and IIOKSESIIOFM.
SCRIBER & POHLE
.'112 and 31 1 Commercial St.,
ONE OV THK LARGEST ESTA11LISII
mentH n tho State. Lower rates than
l'ortluml. Largest stock Leal .Blanks In
thoState, n -d biggest discount. Send for
prlcollht of Joh printing, and cataloguo ot
legal blanks. E. M. WAITI3,
Steam Printer, Salem, Oregon.
Proposals for Wood.
aVIK llOAItl) OK TRUSTEES OF THE
. Oregon State Insane Asylum hereby
Invito sealed proposals for wood as follews:
Four hundred (Jt) cords dry polo oak.
Two hundred ('.IX)) cords dry body oak.
Fourteen hundred (1100) cords dry body
llr out of largo trees.
Tho polo oak must not bo less than tljreo
Inches In diameter. Tliroo hundred to
live hundred cords of fir, nnd two hundred
to three hundred cords of oak aro to bo de
livered by Juno 1, 18S1I, and tho remainder
oy uciouer j. iro.
Ulds will bo received In amounts from
fifty cords up. Tho wood must bo four feet
In length and of tho best quality, subject
to ipo approval oi ine meuicai superin
tendent of tho asylum. and to be delivered
at any point on the asylum grounds desig
nated by htm.
Tho right to reject any and all bids Is re-
lllds will bo opened at 2 o'clock Tuesday,
Nov. , l&W.
GEO. W. MclHUDE,
lOtd Q. V. WE1IU,
Hoard of Trustees.
Wm. A. SIUNLY, Clerk of Hoard.
Special attention Is called to our Bplendld
display of fashionable garments
from the well known
from us, being the finest line
over placed befoio tho public.
Each garment has a label at collar
band bearing the manufacturer's name.
Is unusually largo
and varied, representing
Notice of Final Settlement.
VTOTICK 18 IIEHEUY GIVEN TO ALL
J whom It may concern, that the under
signed administrator of the estate of Ja
cob Johnson, deceased, has filed his final
account In the oillce of the clerk of Marlon
county, state of Oregon, nnd that the time
for hearing objections thereto and settle
ment thereof has been fixed by Hou. T C.
Shuw, Judge of said court, for tlio 10th day
of November 18SS, at 10 o'clock. . m.
An excellent stock of
At prices extremely low. Full stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY
GOODS In all departments.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
LUNN & BROWN'S,
259 Corner State and Commercial streets.
The Latest Novelties.
Agents for tho now Mather patent
LACE KID GLOVE
Tkoiuilt if boiurt
Aro spout every year by tho people
of tills state for worthless medicines
for tho cure of throat and lung
diseases, when wo know that If thoy
would ouly Invest f 1 iu Santa Able,
tlie now California dlscovorv for
consumption and kindred com
plaints, thoy would In this pleasant
remedy Hud irellof. It is recom
mended by ministers, physicians,
and public speakers of the golden
stnto. Sold and guaranteed by
D. AV. Mathews & Co., at $1 a bottel.
Tlio most stubborn eK of catarrh
will speedily succumb to California
Cat-rHsure. Six mouths treatment
for?l. By mail Rio.
W. D. CLAGGITT
PURE IMPORTED GOATS TOR SAIL Thf
Hro from tho vrll kMocted ftorks of C.
. . llailey, of Han lot. l"aL For purtleu
bu call on or nddrM him at alu, Or.
THE BEST STOCK OF STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT
R. M. WADE) & CO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
Charter Oak Staves,
AND MANY OTHER LEADING STYLES,
Also a Complete Slock of Hardware and Farm Machinery, Wagons and Carriages
A FINE DUST AND MOUS&1UIOOF
jti. Organ, also a second hand Piano at a
bargain and ou easy terms. Call on
SOS Commerelul St., Salem. Or.
t normBrons ok
THE GAPITOL COFFEE HOUSE
MwU,23euU; board, $per week.
Chinese ni ployed.
liDcnnrrR OR A
mixture of Lincoln and Mewiulte lp
lareo or small nnantitle. For lernu -
A FINE LINE OF
Mrs. SI B. SnOh's, East Sales.
Marlon su, between Winter and Summer