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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
THURSDAY, DEfc. 13. 1883
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.I
II Y THE
Canitnl Journal Publishing Company.
TJUIMS Oi-V StUWHHTJON
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Six months, by tiinll . 2 W)
Three inonlliH by jiu.ll . 1 23
Herpetic delivered by carrier .. IS
One yenr SI to
Hlx monlljH 78
Ono tnr. If imlit for In wlwincc,.. 1 tfl
Six months, " ' " fX)
tfjH'ostinnKtPrn aro nutliorirai; to re
raKntcrecl iih wothI-cIiim nmttor nt tlic
Hnlcm.Orecon, 1'ohIoIIIcc. June 21, 1HSS.
W. II. KYAliS -CLAltR
l'OlYVOAMISTS IN COUNT.
Bincc the ennctment of the Ed
munds anti-polygamy law theru
have been tried and convicted un
der that 'aw about Clio persons In
Utuh and 80 in Idaho. The num
ber of those convicted in Utah in the
last fiscal year was 320. Tlie cotirtH
aro still at work. Thegrand jury tliat
was disehtuged at l'rovoon the 20th
tilt, found il'il indictments, and al
most all of the indicted persons wcio
held tor violation of the laws relat
ing to polygamy.
Twenty-two of tho accused were
brought beforo tho First District
Court In Provo on the lflth ult. to
bo sentenced. Tho reports puli
Hulled in tho Salt Lake Herald, u
morning paper, throw some light
upon tho piesent attitude of poly
gamists toward the law. Haiss
Niijlbi'N was the ilrst on the lit.
Ho had two wives, and had married
tho feceond in 18(14. Ho declared
that he had not been living u 1th
ultherof tliem. Tho sentence was
three months In the penitentiary,
a lino of MOO, and tho costs. Tho
next convict was Kandoi.i'ii II.
Stnwakt, desciibed as "(ho man
with three wives and twenty-seven
children," and ho was sent to the
ponitontlaty for seven months.
Eiuc EiticsoN told tho court that
after caieful couslderatlou he had
determined to obey the law In the
future. "Yon may go home," said
tho Judge, WlI.l.lAM UltAlTH-
waiti: said that since his arrest he
had lived with his ilrst wife, and
that he did not intend to live again
with his second. In this easo sen
tence was Hi'spoudod. Jt was
shown that Ji.nb IIankkn had
taken three wives tho third twelve
years ago. The sentence was three
mouths, $.50, and the costs. Eia A.
Day had married "his last wife"
four yc'iru and a half ago. He
know at tho time, lie said, that ho
was violating tho law, and up to
July iiuth 1888, hu had lived with
two wives. Ho was sent to the
penitentiary for three months and
lined f 150.
John 1 Donus, 6tJ years old,
uald that he had man led his last
wife in 1871, and since the cuact
niont of tho law had lived only with
Ills Ilrst, although ho had occasion
ally visited "tho other family."
Four months, $T0, and costs. Qutv
Lahhkn admitted that when he
married his last wife, In 188-1, he
knew that he was breaking the law.
Hut ho "did not think tho law
would ury through' A uoutouoo
of live months and costs convinced
him that he had made a mistake.
Wim.iam CmtisTHKHKN, who mar
ried his last wife in lb81, would not
promise to give up all wives but
the Ilrst. He was lined $100 and
sent to prison for three niontlm.
Tho next culprit was a Mormon
llislmp named John Si-knckk, who
had boon living as a missionary
among the Indians. Ho declared
that ho had not taught the doctrine
of polygumy. Tho court sent him
to the penitentiary for four mouths.
1'ifi'Kit S. AniihiuiON proinltod to
olniy tho law, and his .sentence was
suspended. KtcuAitn Jknkins
would have no suuh promUe, and
his punUlunont was four months
ImprlMiumuut, a line of fSO, and
cot-tit. Ai.iiKit JoNtwluul prvjvitvd
a statement which ho ruml from
manucript. He ummiimI the court
that "hi sincerity In the belief of
polygamy W'rt heartfelt. "Thoro
upott he whs iwiulrod to stay lit the
ponlttuitlary four months and to
my a line of fcjon. Nikijj Cititih
tknhkn explaiiUHl that he had been
living Willi his third viU for eleven
3 curt), ami t-uppohul he had Un
adavu 'u.v'ut'te.r nmt?xrr9itr-uiwjmMJTrT'vtMrxjxy cirvi?iri.vM.iTr?oa'tvrv,mvrrrtrtim.ar.'K"3"i'''rf't.-- nnwHr'
! 'l'R ' Ho made satisfac-
(ory nromiecj una was discharged.
Oki.andu Ui'khon had recently
been released from tins penitentiary.
urhnro lin finfl'oirviul n fprm for vlo-'
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latinirthe JEumuntis iaw tic iiau
i'. . .. . . in ,.....
uroioi tie in.w. again, una no ws
sent back for two months. Wil
liam Gallop, who had intention
al I j disobeyed the law by a poly
gamous marriage in 1833, was sent
up for ninety days.
At the trials of such cates two years
ago tho accused commonly otTercd
an elaborate defense when the evi
dence was not overwhelming
against them. It docs not appear,
however, that In these days they
spend much money in employing
counsel to oppose the prosecutors.
Some of rhe defendants are willing
toappial for mercy by promising to
obey the law. Othets stubbornly
refuse to obey the law and take
their punishment with the spirit of
martyrs to the faith. It is noti
ceable, however, that the evidence
discloses no recent polygamous
IIOKTicuiruni&Ts are now en
deavoting to breed out the trouble
some cores from apples. The New
York Tribune says: Two cases late
ly put on record of seedless sorts of
apple one of them represented as
a large and good winter variety
come directly in class with Profess
or Claypolc's proposition to breed
out the troublesome core from the
best of our fruits. It Is worthy
of our attention, especially as the
trees are much more exhausted by
the production of seeds than by that
of their development, and usually
the more seeds, tho less eatable the
pulp and the harsher its quality.
Tun suit of Miss Vallery Weld
man, the German governess,
against Robert Horace Walpole,
heir presumptive to tho earldom of
Orfoid, for 10,000 damages for
breach of promise ended In a ver
dict for defeiident.
GovKitNoit Li:k of Virginia Issues
a proclamation offering a reward of
J1,000 for tho arrest of the persons
who released Wayman Button, the
convicted murderer, from the
Juikii: Hiu:wi:h of De Moines
has Issued an injunction restraining
tho Iowa ltailroad Commissioners
from enforcing tiio schedule made
Mu.GitAUAM, Llberal.M. P., was
expelled from the Hoiu-o of Com
mons for charging the leader, Mr,
Smith with trickery.
Tun dispute between France and
Holland over tho boundary of their
possessions in Qiilnii will bo sub
mlttcd to tubltration.
Mntij .New Coiners.
Every day theie are a great many
families arrive hero fwuu tho east
ern states looking for homes.
Among tlio-so who came in yester
day evening and this morning aro
Eui;eno Palmer of Superior, Kansas,
0. 11. Edgett, T. E. Hoover, L. A.
Minx of Ohio and "VY. J. Mosher
of Fairmont Nebraska. They aro
all accompanied by their families.
A special meeting of tho stock
owiici-h or the Cai'ival Journal
PuiiLisuiNO Co. Is called to meet
In the oftlco of tho Cai'itai. Joi n
NAL, Friday, Dee. 14, 1838, for tho
elcclion of a t-ecretary and the trans
action of any oiher leltl nato busl
ness that may properly come before
All the churches aro working
diligently In the preparation of holl
tiny entertainments. Some will give
oonecrtH and literary programs,
while others will have trtxu and
other distributions of gifts. Nearly
every night of tho holiday week
promises an entertainment of some
COOK HAUSHR.-At the M. K
parsonage, bittern, eanesuny
eve, Dec 12, 18S8, William Cook
and Mrs. Nettle L. Hauler, Iter.
W. Rollins oMoiatlng.
Mr. Cook Is generally known in
Salem, having for several yours been
connected with tho Chemukte, and
has many friends to wish himself
and wife a pleasant jouruey through
DOUT Y MSK -At Junction
City, Wednesday, IXhj. 12 1SSS, by
Rev. Oglosby, Frederick A. Don
ty of Independence and Miss
Julia Leo of Junction City.
Itttiuliutt U uUmiM) ono or the moot
ilttHcull tltkVUMtiMlvc fct-Hlp to cure but
lKiliml Hik-v M. uuvcr lit Hi to rviuot It
ItcriiiMiuum Ni(i'ii niiii ninuint; u
liiiiil nli, r.tb iuum
t'Ml t ilttl lU vV i o.
A man who has practicvtl ,Jiictil-
clne for 40 years, ought to know
salt from sugar; eufl j,wnut,".he
says: r , x ( r ',
Toli:do, Qw, .tn.Tu.lnim., t
Messrs. F. J. chuueyW Co--ep-tlcmcn:
I have beenn thu gcueral
practice of medlciho for most 40
years, and would say that In all my
Practice and experience, have never
seen a prcperation that I could pre
scribe with as much confidence of
success as I can Hall's Catarrh. Cure,
manufactured by you.. Have pre
scribed it a great many times imu its
effect Js wonderful, aijd would say
In conclusion thai I have yet to find
a case of catarrh that it would not
cure, if they would take it according
L. L. GOIlbUCH. M. I).
Otllcc, 215 Summit St. I
We will give $100 for any case ol !
catiurh that cannot be cured witli ,
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken inter-
F. .1. CHEXFY & CO. Toledo, O.
CfetTSold by druggists, 7-jc. !
What stickethcloci' than a broth
er? A postage stamp, by gum.
Why is a tin can tied to a iltifjH
tail like death? Hccause it is bouiid I
A Sound Legal Opinion.
E. Balnbrldgc Monday Estj , '
County Atty., Clay Co., Tex., says:
"Have used Electric Bitters with1
most happy reiults. My brother ,
also was very low with Malarial
Fever and Jaundice, but was cured i
bytlmely use of this medicine. Am
satisfied Electric Bitters baved Ids
Mr. D. T. WilcoASon, of Horse i
Cave, Ky., adds a like testimony,
saying : He positively believes be
would have died, had it not been for
Electric Bitters. ,
This irreat remedy will ward off, !
as well as cure all Malarial Diseases,
and for all Kidney, Liver and
Stomach Disorders stands unequal
ed. Price 50c, and 1, at Dr. H. W.
Cox's Drug Store.
What is tho board of education ?
The schoolmaster's shingle.
The undersigned having b"en re
stored to health by simple means,
after suffering several years with a
severe lung alfeetion, and that
dread disease consumption, is anx
ious to make known to his fellow
sulleicrs tho means of cure. To
those who desire it, lie will cheer
fully send (free of charge) a copy of
the prescription used, which they
will lind a sure cure for consump
tion, catarrh, asmatha, bi'oneliiti"3
and all throat and lung maladies.
Ho hopes all sulleicrs will try his
remedy, as it is invaluable. Tho.e
desiring tho preset lption, which will
cost them nothing, and limy prove
a blessing, will plca&eaddicss, Rev.
Edward A. Wilson, Kings County,
Why Is a door in the potential
mood? Its would, or should be.
Nlictl in tho Itiul.
Is It not better to nip consumption,
tho greatest scourge of humanity, in
the bud, than to try to stay its pro
gress on tho brink of tlie giave. A
few doses of California's most uselttl
production, SANTA ABIA, the king
of Consumption, will relieve, and a
thorough treatment will cure. Na
sal Catarrh, too often the forerunner
of consumption, can bo cured
by CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE .
Those remedies are sold and fully
warranted by D. W. Matt how's & Co.
100 State Street, Salem, Oregon, at $1,
or three tor $2.50.
Why docs an old maid wear mit
tens? To keep the chaps off.
KeaiauInK ftmu a humid Trxt.
Say tho doctors mid w ho Minll my them
nHY ii special piedlsiKisltUm kwiiis re
nlslt to the ilo elonmcnt or rlioiiiiiiitl-.m.
Where there. Is tilts tendency, most ot us
know from observation u tint a u deep hold
disease takes hen oneo incurred and ne
Klected forn short time. Is not this a
sound text, then from which to advocate
the early uso of Hostetei's SUiiiuh.1i Hit
ters in a malady so hard to dlslodtre as
rheumatism? Another thtni;,. It Is well
ascertained that a falllneotrin vigor, resul
ting from Ind Restlon Mini mnl-nutrlllon
increaies liability to rdeumatlsm. What
then Is mero likely to act as preventative
than tlds potent rectifier ot tho misirle
troubles Unit increase the rheumatic ten
dency. Malaria. cousttp.it!nn, djsveptla,
btlllousnes, debility and kldnej troubles
Niicoumbto thtN genial prcvcmiwlvo and
Why is a doctor never t-casick?
Ho la used to see sickness.
You cannot alford to waste time
in experimenting when your lungs
are in danger. Do not permit any
tlealer to Impose upon you with some
imitation of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, but bo sure you get tho
genuine, llocause he can make more
profit he may tell you he has some
thing Just as good, or Just tho same.
Don't Ihj deceived, but Insist upon
getting Dr. King's New Discovers,
which Is guaranteed to give relief In
all Throat, hung and Chest affec
tions. Trial bottles free at Dr. II.
W. Cox's drug store. Large bottles
What Is a waist of time? Tho
middle of an hour-glass,
Aa AbMlita Cart.
Tho ORIGINAL AUIETI.V!
OINTMENT la only put up In huV
two-ounco (in boxes, and u M.
alxwlute euro for old sores, burnt-,
wounds, chnnnod linn. la ,n.i ..
skin eruptions. Will positively
Olirvv nil ltliula nrnllno A -i- ..
-- - fH nwt jr ute
ORIGINAL ABrETLNE OINT
MENT. Bold by D.W. Matthews
& Co., 106 Stato street, Salem, at 25
ceuta per box by audi 80 cents.
r ; $A HWNCISCO
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CASH PaID for
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231 Commercial St., Salem, Or,
Fruit Farms of Ten
CONVENIENT TO TWO RAILROADS.
These lands ore not offered nt enhanced prices. The soil and location are
Especially adapted to growing PEARS, PRUNES, AND OTHER
FRUITS for thippiuK green to the Mining district? and
Farther East, while the mutual cooperation in
Shipping, storing and selling fruits will
Be no small consideration.
Tlie Very 'Best Land For hit Growing ! !
ONE HOURS DRIVE FROM SALEM.
Tho canueries of SALEM, "WOODBURN and AXBAY nrc at easy
of access. None but first class families desired.' ' Will meet
Parties with team. Correspondence solicited.
J. J. HARDEN,
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVER WARE, SPECTACLES, Etc,
A Complete Lino of-; ,
Beautiful Holiday Goods!
Has just been received at the Old and Established
Salem Jewelry Storo of
.W. Thompson &, Co.
All kinds of Watches, Jewelry and
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AND MANY OTHER
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Silverware. Prices satisfactory and
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Fail Machinery, Wagoas and Carrii?