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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
Offlce, Corner Court Mid Liberty Street,
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Balem.Oregon, Postolllcc, Juno 21, 1888.
W. H. ltYAKS -CLAKE
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31, 1888.
Republican National Ticket
For Vice President:
LEVI P. MORTON,
Of New York.
Foil PRESIDENTIAL Ei.ectous.
Robert Mcl.can, of Klamath County.
Wm. Kiipus,of Multnoinnh County.
C. W. Fulton, of Clatsop County.
A DVHRTIHEMKNTH UNDER THE
A heads of WANTI! 1), FOR HALE,
FOU RENT. FOUND, LOST, etc.. of nn ue
reptabln natute, not to exceed threo lines,
will be fico for ono wok only ono ml. for
cacli Individual. This does not lneludo
If miHwerH fall to come tho ilrsttlnio o
Invito as ninny repetitions an aro liecchharv
to weuiu Imi von advertise for. Wo wish
tliuiidvritlhci-N to feel thatthcyiironut lm
lHisliig mi lm by using our fieo columns.
Tho CAl'ir.vi. JoL'icNAi. 1m tho nu'dluni
1 1 1 1 1 i u; 1 1 which tho general public may ill
wajH luio tliclr uiuitHhiippllcd.
AiIwiIIkcih Hhould icinenilicr that let
ters directed to INITIALS ONLY mo not
ilcllvou'd thiough tho poslolllco. If Ini
tials nro used tlicy Khould ho directed to
tho caro of noiiio perhon, lit in, or postolllcc
Advertisement can bo left nt our olllec
or Bent through tho mall to
I'Al'Fi'AIi JOURNAL FUJI. CO.
Tin: tleonylngiimplo Iciivch on tho
riUlownlk intiko u very good substl
tutu for tho lilHtorio onunjo peel.
Tun Father of Wntern Ih ns yet
unvexed iiy bridges Hotilli of tho
mouth of tho Ohio, but tho steam
boat men are not long toemipohar
rnRHiricnl in this rcripi'ct, na work Ih
about to bo eonnnunced upon a great
bridge at Memphis for the Kaunas
City, Fort Scott & Memphis railway
Tin: Glasgow papers luivo been
tilled thin week with an Interesting
breach of promlso enso between well
known Hoelety people. A nmoker
rceolvetl n letter from his sweetheart,
in which who said : ''You must
choose between mo and your cigars."
Ho continued to smoke, and tho
ongugoment was broken. The court
decided In tho young man's favor.
John Randolph used to declare
that ho would go a mile out of his
way to kick a sheep. His political
succohsors seem to have inherited
Ills splto against these innocent ami
harmless animals. Having seen
tho ell'ect of the reduction of tho
duty on wool effected by tho tarltr
actot March 8, 1883, in reducing
tho total of sheep in tho United
Ktates from fifty and a half millions
to forty-four and thrvo-fourths mil
lions, tho Mills Dill, by making
wool free, seems determined
to render this raco of animals ox-
tinot In this country. What Is tho
oauso of this? Is It unreasoning
hatred for this Inotteuslvo animal
or, as thuy punish Dakota republi
can sentiments by refusing hor ad
mission to tho union of tho states,
do they alo intend to punish tho
western status for their stalwart re
publlouulttiu by this attack uioii
one of their chief ludustrieti wldlo
ftwturliiK uud protecting rlco and
augur1 It looks llko It. Tho
uvuixge democrat has no um for
wool uxoapt to pull It over tho eye
of th jHMiple, uiul fur this punnvho
tloslro It frvo.
SCHOOL HOOKS AO YIN.
Every four years the public school
book question agitates the public
mind. That time has again come
round, and the school superintend
ent In the various counties will soon
take a vjte, and the farce of select
ing the best books will bo at an end
for another short period. The heads
of families thoe who furnish the
books for their children should
have something to say in this mat
ter, and the legislature should make
some enactment to remedy the mat
ter. Books that are adopted by tho
state should be well and substan
tially made printed on first-class
paper, with good type, etc. The
price should not be to exorbitant
that the price of tho books alone
should bar any one from obtaining
a good public heliool education.
W 1 Mat aw nw
A HIU'OltM SCHOOL.
Admiral Porter, in his annual re
port to the secretary of the navy,
says ho regards the apprentice sys
tem as one of the best features of tho
navy, and in that connection the
report runs thus :
The crews of our ships are gener
ally made up of sailors from every
part of the world, but mostly the
Scendinavian race, good reliable
men In time of peace, who caro lit
tle under what Hag they sail ; they
havo no sentiment for our Hag or
nationality, and possibly, if It came
to an action with a ship of their own
or neighboring nation, tiioy would
haul down tho American colors and
hoist their own. This Is a contin
gency against which we should pro
vide, and wo havo means of doing
so through tho vast number of
American boys who aro roaming the
streets at will, and who would con
sider government employment a
boon. What Is required is a larger
number of native-born apprentice
boys, and tho enlargement of tho
conveniences for their introduction
This would prove a mostexccllent
reform school for many a wny ward
boy, and would qualify him for a
useful and profitable life. Tho gov
ernment should provide recruiting
posts in tho various states, where
these youths could enter the service.
Tun telegraph tells discouraging
stories of allairs in tho western por
tion of Kansas. Whole counties
aro being depopulated, tho people
either going to Colorado or back to
tho Eastern states. For threo years
tho people havo raised no crops.
These counties comprise what the
old MOers called. tho Great Plains,
and are absolutely good for nothing
except stock raising. Tho people
havo been compelled to leavo or
starve. In Seott county there wero
100(1 people two years ago. To-day
thero are not moro than 4.r0. Many
of tho emigrants to our favored
clime aro from Kansas, and tell
many talcs of privation and sufler
ing. Thoso aro fortunato who leavo
while they yet havo money enough
on which to getaway.
In response to a recently publish
ed letter of Powderly, requesting an
expression of opinion by local assem
blies as to the necessity for congres
sional legislature on tho subject of
trusts, loud assembly li!38 has sent a
letter to congress, demanding Imme
diate legislation to abolish all Insti
tutions that gamble In food, and in
further protection to tho masses,
that all trusts bo abolished.
C.A. PiLLSiuniY, tho big Min
neapolls miller, is a bull on wheat,
and declares tho price will yet touch
two dollars. Ho now has on hand
about a half a million bushels, near
ly iv third of which is in his own
elevators. Ho does not hold any
thing in Chicago, and simply says
"It's n short crop," when asked why
ho is a bull.
Thk managers of tho Southern
and Central Pacific railways propose
to bridge Cnrqulucz straits, and
thus oH'oct an ontmneo to San Fmu
clsco without a big transport. The
exact location has not yet been de
cided on, but It Is behoved It will bo
North Vallojo or Vallejo Junction.
A Keturn to Hut-.
Till U always desirable, and the speed
ier it take pWtce the bet Mr. Doubly wel
come l It In tho ctiso of ttioM) unusually
ludinitrlouii little organs, the kidney,
vhlcli, when they go on a Mrlke no to
pettk ami drop work, ertoindy Imperil
health In more than one vruy. Hrt and
totxuiuMt. their lunation hogou their dl
etuo, which 1 hj dm-hetuted, Ineludlin;
Mich daiiucrou muUullea ua llrhtht
dlMume mid dlalnMe, Next, when they
are Inactive they full toiiMiat In renunlui;
from the blood fmtmrltlwtlmt beget rheu
matism, Bout and drorwy. Third, their
liwoUon wmVeiiHthe bladder. All thta 1
prtn wutable and remediable by the pleasant
promoter of orvaulo action. lloMetter'ii
Moinaeh llltlerai, at once a tonic and twu
totor. TtiU leontly but mvtnUy lniU
the kldnejH to rot urn to duty, and
olreuKilietu lliomnnd the btadder. Upou
Uw Uiwei. numweheaiid llvwlt likewise
xwt a ruguwUiHC and InvttfOfHllnK lerlu
MHNk Hint ft tutJHfthem the ytin, Hint
hyotm ami mNMWNw Hmwrwk uuu rneuitW'
Adam Messier is convalescing.
Grant Martlii amt wird 6f lVeha
ma aro visiting friends arid" rt'JailVes
Marion Loptls lids Ills house well
under way and It will sddH bo cbih
pletcd. Walter Sapp passed through Tur
ner on his way home from JLewiston,
Joe Fryreor of Black Butte, Crook
county, Is stopping in Tdrner for a
Rev. Colder of the M. E. church
has moved to Turner to take charge
of tho Turner and Jeflerson circuit.
Turner Is badly inflicted with
tramps. There are quite a lot
lounging around the depot every
Green Cornelius Jr., left for home
last week. He is engaged in the
stock business in northwest Idaho,
near St. Mary river.
Mrs. Mattio Morris of Turner,
Miss Mary Coudit and Annie Neal
of West Stayton returned from the
Mechanics' fair last evening.
Silvers and Shupper aro back
from the O. P. front where they
have been hauling freight. They
report progress in construction.
Our village is lively this fall. A
great deal of freight Is handled here
for tho O. P.: also Turner is chief
shipping point for Aumsville, Stay
ton and Mehama.
Several small bets have been made
on tho coming election. An enthu
siastic Tippo bet five dollars on a
7000 majority, then five that he
would win the bet, and another
amount on tho general result.
Queen Natalie has sent a protest
against the divorce granted to King
Milan to the Greek orthodox synod
of Bacharest and Athens, to the
holy synod of St. Petersburg and to
excumenlcal patriarch of Constan
tinople. " Her Age Cannot Wither Her."
Remarked an old gentleman, as ho
gazed fondly upon the comely little
woman by his side; "but frankly,"
ho continued, "at ono time I
thought cosmetics would." The
siily little woman, in order to appear
youthful, plastered her faco with
dlflercnt varieties of whitewash,
yclept, "blams," "creams," "lo
tion," &c. "Yes" interrupted the
littlo woman, " I did, until my skin
became like parchmont, and so
pimply and coarse." " Well," said
tho listener, "what do you use now?"
" Use," wua'tho reply, " nothing but
common sense, and Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Dlscovciv. Com
mon sense told me If my blood was
pure, liver regulated, appetite good,
that tho outward woman would
take on the hue of health. Tho
' Discovery ' did all those things,
and actually rejuvenated me."
Its thousands of cures are tho best
advertisement for Dr. Sage's Catarrh
An Absolute Cure.
Tho ORIGINAL ABIET1N..
OINTMENT Is only put up in laiin
two-ounco I in boxes, and is up
ibsnluto euro for old sores, bums,
wmiuds, chapped hands, and al!
-.kin eruptions. Will positively
iMiro all kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ABIETINE OINT
MENT. Solu byD. W. Matthews
'm Co., 10G State street, Salem, at 25
eonta per box by mail 80 cents.
DURKEE'S RIcTfLOUR, vliich cooks
up into a very delicate dish.
1SSS NEW BUCKWHEAT
P LOU 11, guaranteed to bo
Presli and Puro
201 Commercial St.
BLICKSMIT11IXG ud HORSESHOEING.
aJK. " ad " CoMitwrotal St. SmIm.
First National Bank
tt'M. N. LADUK, President.
DIU J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President.
JOHN MOIK, Cashier.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
bought and sold. Stale, County and City
warrants bought. Farmers arc cordially
Invited to deponlt rmd transact business
with us. , Liberal ndvnnces made on
wheat, wool, hops and other property at
rcasonaBie rates. Insurance on such se
curity can be obtained nt tho bank In
most reliable companies.
ESTA1ILISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY
mi n i i at i
?aidnp, - - - - 75,1)1)0
Surplus, ------ 10,000
U. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MAIITIX, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBERT, .... Cashier.
V. T. Gray, W. W. Mnrtln,
J. M. Martin, It. S. Wallace.
Dr. W. A.CusIck, J. II. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
To farmers on wheat and other markctr
able produce, consigned or In store,
either In private granarlesor
State and County Warrants Bought at Par.
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, llerlin,
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
importers and Dealers In;
General Agents for Oregon of
W. B. Forsytlie's Infallible Corn Cure.
243 Commercial Street,
(Geo. E. Good's old stand.)
SALEM, : : : : : OREGON.
fvNE OF THE LARGEST ESTABLISH
Uinonts In the State. Lower rates than
Portland. Largest stock Legal Blanks In
the Suite, n-d biggest discount. Send for
price list of Job printing, and cntaloguo ot
legal blanks. li. M. WAITE,
Steam Printer, Salem, Oregon.
General House Moving, Raising and
Work promptly doneat reasonable rates.
Orders lea ut Camtai. Jouiinai. otllco
will receive attention, 9-11-tf
Tnke Note of Thta.
n A AA lU 1TT r. OtTr.AA ....
USB W....W ,, .14 .. 4.4.J UlA.U Vl HtTCI
' well Improved rnrdeu land, within 3
miles of Salem. Good road to town the
year around. Buildings good. FINE YOUNG
ORCHARD and excellent grnss land. This
la n bargain, and will be held only a short
umu in iiieso iiKurcs. uaui, uuu wu will
now you mo properly.
.IS A CHAM11KHLIN.
Opera House, Salem, Or.
JXntESS WAGON, QUICK AND SAFE
ll delivery. Wm.Kennle having bought
10 cot prom business of Walter Lowt Is
prepared to deliver trunks, valises, pack
ages, and any thing else that lie can get In
hi wagon to any part of the cJty, quicker,
safer, better, and neuter, than It can bo
dono by any body c4e, Leuve orders at
Fire and ifo
rlne. JOS. ALUEltT, Agent. - Salem. Oregon.
rPRAISILVKinXlN, WBKKLY, I1JO
rwrvmr. IndepDdflt. TrtaAPi'iiAi.
olraulated In Marion. Linn anil Hluat.
amasconUe; has bn estAbllhd eicht
yettM and U u exnallaut AdverttslBe me-
I ilium. For taenia audram the puttmbw
II. O. OulVd.snvertoa.Or.
Admirers of Cleveland and Harrison, wo believe in
We protect our customers from paying ruinous prices for their goods by selllnsto
them on a very smll prollU
Is our motto as every person Is free to trade with us and take advantago of thesa
low prices. We hae the most complete assortment of "
Hats a-n:d Caps,
Boots and Shoes, .
To be found in the city. "Buy ns you vote" with your eyes open. Call, and we will
make you welcome at the Opera House Corner.
An excellent btock of
At prices extremely low. Full stock of
STAPLE AND FAKCY DRY
GOODS In all departments.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
LUNN & BROWN'S,
230 Comer Stato nnd Commercial streets.
THE BEST STOCK OF STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT
R. M. WA.DB & CO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
AND MANY OTHER
Also a Complete Stock of Hardware and
4 FINE rtUST AND MOUSE-PROOF
Organ, also a second hand llano at a,
gnlu and on easy terms. Cull on
3M Commercial St., Salem, Or.
THE CAPITOL COFFEE HOUSE
MmU. 3) cent : board. Mmr vraalr Vn
FALL SEASON OF
Special attention Is called to our splendid
display of . fashionable garments
from the well known
from us, being the finest line
ever placed before the public.
Each garment has a lahel at collar
band bearing tho manufacturer's name.
Is unusually large
and varied, repre
senting The Latest Novelties
Agents for tho new Slather patent
LACE KID GLOVE
Charter Oak Stoves,
Farm Machinery, Wagons and Carriage
CAN FURNISH MESQUITE OR A
mixture of Lincoln and Mesqulte "
largo or small quantities. For terms ad
dress T. O. JORY.
17-lm Salem. Or.
W. U YATES.