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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1880.
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EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
Olllce, f orner IConrt and Liberty StreetE '.
THKMS OF 8U1!SCKIPTI0N.
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Per w eelc (lellvcrcl by carrier 15
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Onn vmif. If na Ul for 111 ndvance, 1 00
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KB-l-Znlcred as second-class matter at the
W. II. HYAKS -CLARK
Duuino tho lust century 100 lakea
In tlio Tyrol lmvo subsided and dis
appeared. Tun slopes of Etna and Vesuvius
owe their richness to the fertilizing
action of volcanic nshes, and reports
from New Zealand indicate that the
ashes from last year's eruption have
enriched the soil t,o'a remarkable dc
Tun possibility of premature burial
has been considered so great by the
Madrid authorities that tho munici
pal cemetery has been provided with
an electrical signaling apparatus
which will notify tho olllclals of the
slightest movement in any collln In
tho receiving vaults.
nitITl.su AND MUTCH TltADK.
The imports of Great Britain have
exceeded her exports every year
.incelR18by from about five hun
dred million to eight hundred mil
lion dollars per year. So for long
years tho ooso has been tho same
with Holland and JJelgium. And
lyet 110 countries of tho world over
increased In wealth so rapidly as
they lmvo during that time. The
excessive Imports are used to create
more exports. Bo does the merchant
where business increases, keep on
buying more than ho sells. Years
ago ho purchased, perhaps but a
thousand dollar's worth; to-day ho
is buying hundreds of thousands,
worth. The Idea of conducting a
national commerro on tho principle
of a miser's loans to absurd.
It Is said that Ouida got her per
fect knowledge of masculine ways
and talk by requesting tho company
of young men who called at her
mothur's to drink aud smoke, act
aud talk lust an thoy would if no
ladies wore present. "And they did
so." Yes, it is very likely. But
there is no reason in tho world why
boys should not bo brought up to
net with all tho modesty and
dooorum of girls. If public opinion
demanded tho sumo conduct in boys
that It demands In girls there could
bo no dlfleronco botweon their man
ners. Borne day when tho foul
mouthed profauo man is consigned
to his proporplaco wo may expect
uniform decency In all company.
IN TIMK Ol' 1'KAOK.
Tho energy of chemist is now
belug'largely directed to tho dov6l
opmout of Improved methods of
destruction, and in addition to
-"bolllto" many now explosives nro
under trial. Tho French "melinite"
Is among them, and It is Mild to bo
an niuoh superior to nitroglycerine
as tho latter Is to common gunpow
der. Its destructlvo eflects nro
mado uHpocluMy terrible by tho fact
that bombs Charged with it do not
-oxplodo for' omo llttlo timo after
penetrating n wall or other obstacle.
In (iermanyn now shell contains
two Hopitratcly harmless substances,
which nro forced together by tho'
htrikiug of tho bomb, and unlto
with an explosion. A Berlin luvou
tor has produced rtrejcnllve culled
"roburlto," which Is kotlectIve, but
is dnugorouH to handle, and deteri
orate. A UMKA3' -Ml mUILS l'OWKlL
lUlHvr, Mipposo you could by u
Hjinplt utterance cmko your lncssugo
to bo published 111 nearly every
nuwepnpor on tho globe. What a
powijr;you could wlold I No mon
aroheould compote with you. TIiN
is tho .power of those who control
the telegraph. It is too great for in
dividuals. Blnco opinion Is coming
to rule tho world more than force
this power of making opinion ought
not to be In private hands. The
managers of It reap fortunes every
day. They are bribed to send lying
rumors about crop,' about anything
and everything., poes 51 opnibine
intend to raise the price ofySUgar,
coH'ee, etc.? then a story about short
crops is dispatched to tho world. Js
an attack about to bo made on one
class by another? then public, opin
ion is poisoned by news to degrade
tho assailed. In short there is no
reliance to be placed on anything
sent out by it.
Could our forefathers return thoy
would deem this a new earth what
with our wonderful discoveries and
their uses. Would that they might
bo able to contemplate a now
heaven in our employment of the
golden rule in our governmental
institutions. But in them they
must still lind the samo old hell of
meanncss,greod, monopoly, blunder
ing and neglect. Will anything
over stir tho people up to acting as
ono man ? Perhaps somo great
calamity shall yet foreo us to har
monize and co-operate and thus
discipline us into united action.
Onco habituated to it, all would go
infinitely better. There is not 11
single abuso wo groan under or
grumble at, but wo are more than a
match for, If we would but act. We
talk and complain while u few act.
Wo sco abuses growing aud spread
ing and we know that, just as sure
as death, something must bo done.
But wc tolerate until they cot in
tolerable. Wo allow moth and
rust to destroy until wo must act.
And wc knew all the timo that
some day we must arm and strike.
It is well to bear this in mind.
AVOMiN AS l'UJIMO 8KHVANT.
Step after step old fogylsm has to
recede. Woman now votes at school
and somo other elections. Tills is
equal to an abandonment of the
whole Hold by those who talk so
prettily about "woman's proper
Put woman on committees ami in
other places where investigation is
needed if you don't want white
washing done. Tho women nro in
dependent nnd peculiar, being disin
terested as yet. In several of the
New England asylums and infirm
aries wliero tho most scnndnlous
abuses and oppressions lmvo existed
for years, every committee of men
was politely met, feasted, toasted
and flattered out of their eyes,
ears and tongues. So they saw,
heard and said nothing but how
they "wore met by tho genial and
most super refined Prof. So-and-So.
and wore Introduced into that para
dise In miniature, viz., tho asy
lum, tho poor house, etc., etc."
But tho first woman committee
played hob, spied Into everything,
toro down the veils and exposed rot
all around. .
Said Mrs. G. to Mrs. D.
('Twas o'er a cup of fine Bohea):
"Our pretty hostess yonder,
Has gained in looks suprislugly;
She fceoms as well as well am bo!
What Is tho causo, I wonder."
Said Mrs. D. to Mrs. G.
"She's changed Indeed, but then you
She put aside objection see,
And tried that famous remedy,
Which did so much foryounndnie
Piorco's Favoi ito Prescription."
For biliousness, sick headache, in
digestion and constipation thcro is
no remedy equal to Dr. Pierce's J
Callfomians nro now utilizing
peach and apricot pits as a fuel.
' Make No Mistake.
By dispelling tho symptoms so
often taken for consumption. Santa
Ablo has brought gladness to many
n household. By Kb prompt use for
breaking up tho cold that too often
dovelopes into that fatal disease,
thousands can bo saved from an un
timely grave. You make no mistake
by keeping n bottle of this pleasant
remedy in your house. Cullfornin
Cnt-r-curo Is equally cflbctivo in
eradicating nil traces of nasal catarrh
Both of theeu wonderful California
remedies umsold and warranted by
J). V. MnthowH & Uo. $1. a pack'
ago or 3 for $2.60, 4
Tho Union Pacific, it Is reported,
will run trains into Tueomn within
a few weeks.
Wright's Hop, Celery and Ghumomllo
Hitters Is what you nro looking tor If you
want u preparation that will touo up your
u'stotu, gl you tut appetite, und Improve
tho dlgvstho organs.
i. noiu oy ii, . ijox.
LENON. At home In South Balem,
on the evening of March 0, 18S0,
of enlargement of tlie honrt, Alvln
A. Lenon ; aged forty-flvo years
und eight mouths.
The fuueml occurred thin after
noon from the if. E. church, tho
remains being intorred in luo Odd
Fellows' cemetery. '
OP INTEREST TO STOCK OWNERS.
Important Lair For. Stock Kaisers"
The Now Stallion Law,
Wo publish, at tho roqucstMmany stock
owners and fanners, the following law,
passed at tho last session of tho legislative
assembly, entitled :
An act to llccnst stallions ltcpt for public
serlceln the stud, and to provide for a
lien upon mares'lind colts, for stud fees.
lie It enacted by the Legislate o Assembly of
tlie State of Oregon,
8KOTJ0M 1, It shall be Unlawful for any per.
son, persona or corporation to olfer tho servi
ces of any stallion for any iiiaro belnoglug to
another or to permit any stallion In his control
or owned by him to serve any mare of another
for hiio In this state without having first ob
tained a license from the Count) Clerk of the
county where such service is rendered as
hereinafter provided in this Act.
bee. a. Any owner of any stallion, desiring
a license for said stallion, may file bis petition
therefor with the Cocnty Clerk of any county
within the state. Such petition shall state
specifically the name, color, age breeder and
taut owner of sold stallion, the name and breed
ing of sire, the name and breeding of dam, and
name and breeding of the second dam of said
stallion. If any of the foregoing facts required
to be stated In said petition, are not knuwn to
the petitioner, be shall statu in said petition
that such facts are unknown. Bueh petition
shall be verified by the oath of the owner of
such stallion, or by the lawful agent who has
knowledge of the factB.
Sec. 3. Upon receiving said petition, said
County Glerk shall file aud preserve the same
in his office and upon receiving one dollar aa
his fee therefor, shall Issue the applicant a
(Reuse, which shall authotize such applicant
to offer and permit the stud service of the
stallion named in said petltlou for mares
within the county wherein such petition is
filed. Such license shall contain ail facts re
quired to be shown )u said petition, and shall
be in forco until the first day of January of the
year following the date of Its issue.
Bo. 4. On receiving such license, the ap
plicant thereof, shall poBt and maintain a
copy thereof In a conspicuous place at each
place of standing said stallion in the county
wherein such license was granted.
Bee. Any owner of any stallion within
this state, may file with the County Clerk of
any county therein, on or before the first day of
October of each vear. a full and complete list
of the mares served by such stallion within
such county during that year Such list shall
contain the name of auy, and a brief descrip
tion of all the mares so served, the owners
thereof, the terms on which each mare was
bred, the amount of money due, or to bicoine
due upon each mare and the time when pay
ment thereof becomes due, and it shall be ver.
lfleil by the oath uf the owner of such stallion
or his lawfully authorized agent.
Sec. 0. From the time of filing such list,
the owner of such stallion shall lmvo a lieu
upon each mare therein described except such
as are exempt from execution and upon her
colt if any, by said horse for the service f c
due aa thereon for one year from the date of
such filing. Such Hen may be renewed within
the time, and in, the samo manner as a chattle
mortgage is renewed.
Sec. 7. Any person owning or controlling
any stallion within this state or the agent of any
one owning such animal, who shall suffer or
permit any such stallion to serve any mare or
mures of another without having first pro
cured a license or in an application for a li
cense, shall knowingly make auy false state
ment therein, or in filing a netoi mares servea
by any stallion, shall knowingly make a mis
statement therein or shall lolste any of the
provisions of this Act, or any person who shall
tear down or destroy or mutilate any copy of
auy license issued and posted as provided in
this Act, shall bo deemed guilty of a misde
meanor, aud upon conviction, Bhall b fined
not less than ti nor more than 1250, or Impris
oned In the county Jail not more than ninety
Sec. 8, Justices of the peace shall bavo
concurrent jurisdiction with the circuit court
in nil prosecutions arising under thlB Act. In
asmuch as there is no law on this subject, this
Act shall be in effect, from and after its ap
proval by the Qovornor.
Passed by the Senate, February 19, 1889.
President of the Senate,
Passed by the Home, February 19, 18H9.
E. I,. SMITH.
Speaker of the House.
Omen or tub Sechetahy of Statu,)
Salem, Oregon, March 7, 18H9. J
I, George Mcllrlilt, do hereby certify that I
am the Secretary of State of the btute of Ore
gou and custodian of the great seal thereof;
that the foregoing transcript of senate bill No.
Ul, being au Act to llconse stallions, cto , ap
roved February 25, lSS'J, has been by me
compared with the original copy of the bald
Act uowonfllo In this office, and that It is a
true and correct transcript thereof, aud the
whole of said original Act.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto Bet
my hand and ulllxed hereto thegreatsoalof the
state of Oregon. .
Done at the capltol, at Salem, Oregon, tula
7th day of March, A. D , 18b'J.
GEO, W, MoIlllIDE.
Secretary of State.'
A Husband Wanted.
Judging from tho following there
are others besides bruisers, o.U'Miteii
and pedestnaus who think Califor
nia n land of glorious possibilities.
Postmaster Bryant received tho fol
lowing communication lately
and, while not wishing to be uugnl
lant, ho hardly sees how ho can
help tho love-sick maidens to find a
Evekktt, PA., Fkh. 22, '89.
A Husband wanted. Two young
ladles wish to correspond with
somo of tho California gents with n
view to matrimony. Wo are aged
20 and 21, ono bloud and tho other
Joslo Lnshley blond aud Laura
Lashley brunett. Address Everett,
Bel ford couuty Pa.
Postmaster please post this adver
tisement and oblige. J. L.
Tacomn Is soon to erect a mattress
factory to cost $10,000.
Wo offer one hundrou dollars ro
ward for auy eoso of catarrh that
can not bo cured by taking Hall',
'F. J. " Cheney & Co., props.,
Toledo, O. We, the undersigned.
have known F. J. Chouey for tho
last 15 Years, and believe him ner-
fectly honorable In all buslness-
trunsiictlons, and financially ablo to
carry out any obligations mado by
West & Truax, wholesalo drug
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
Waldlug, Kinuan & Marvin,
wholesale druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
E. H. Van Hoescu, cashier,
Toledo national bank, Toledo, Ohio,
Hall's catarrh euro Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon, the
blood und mucus surfaces of the
system. Price, 75c. per bottlo
Hold by all druggists.
BflaV aaTU LMbt mmLm ato
This powder never vai los. A marvel of
purity, strength andwholcsomenes:. Jloro
economical than the ordinary vinds, and
cannot bo sold In competition with tho
multitude of low test, short weight nlrm or
phosphate powders. Bold only In.cans.
llOYAl. IUKlto rowDEUCO.,100 WallfN.Y.
Boys and. Girls.
The school will open on tho !Mth
Ul .CfllClllVCJ. 4UUJUUKM JUbllUV
tlon In the prlmaiy und
TERMS and further information may be
bad on application to
ItEV. K H. POST,
Cor. Chemeketa and State Sis.
Graduutcs Students In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, Business, Law,
It Is the oldest, largest and least expen
se o Institution of learning in the North
west. School opens first Monday in September
Send for mtnloguo to
THOS. VAN SCOY,
17: Salem, Oregon.
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC!
Most Kiiorebsml school of music on the
northw est coast. About
150 STUDENTS LAST YEAR.
Pitino, Organ Singing, Violin,
Harmony, and Counter-
DlDlomns on completion ot course.
Teachers: 7- fll. l'arvln, Fraukie P.
Jones, EvaUox. Assistant, I.uluM, Smith.
First term .begins Monday, September
Jd, 1888. Send for catalogue. For JurtUer
Z. Tvl. PARVIN,
Musical Director, Salem, Or.
i "'Qi. - .-,, , . - . IK- -
Send for circular.! JiTlHt3fr9."--
AJI BTt U UH WHI-TH-HH i-
SOLD AND OtJARANOJEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot
TI HOME RESTAURANT,
and sleepy ones to'Our-ilomo'1 beds, now
and clean; good "Home" meals served reg
ularly three times a day. No Chinese In
the kitchen. Glvo us n call and see for
BJ. M. LAW, Proprietor.
Cor. Court and High St,, Salem, Or.
t O 4
This gentleman has. charge of the res
taurant formerly kriov n as EMEIUjON'S
old stand, whore ho Is prepared to serve
meals ia an nouis. Aicaiscts.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Oysters hen ed In nil styles. Bonrd fur
nished to regular boulders, at 218 Commer
W. H. COOK Proprietor.
Formerly Clerk of Cliemkete
Everything New and first-class.
Convenient Bam pie Rooms for
Corner State Imd High strcetsj
This firm la well known to all the
citizens of Salem, and surrounding
country, as a firm that handles noth
ing but reliable goods. If you need
anything in their line call on
Look out for the spring stock that
is arriving; it Mirpasses anything
that has ever been brought to Salem.
JOHN F.STRATT0N& SON
Imporlers and Wholesale dealers in
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. Now York,
41 and JS Walker St. John F. Stratton
Celebrated Ku slau Gut Violin strings, tho
Finestln the Wotld.
Our Guarantee If a dealer receives a
complaint, (which helelloveto be honest)
from any musician to whom he ,bas sold
any or thehe strings, ho la authorized by
us to give him unothcr string without
charge, and all such loss will bo made good
by us to our customers, without quibble or
question. (Beware pt lntltutlon.) Dealers
will please send lor dejcrlntlvo catalogue.
Trodi supplied at lowest price.
Land of Discoveries.
hose who haveused it
dies aro elvlne satisfaction, and a cus
I1UK DdLitiuuiuu. uuu a uua-
Bronchltlssuvs it Is the only
remedy tuat given instant reiiej.
BKIUtELL, A COVlJH, DnlggiSte,
H,. " the pleasure to Inform
flVtj vou that your Preparations are
jacetlnc with large sales. , , We hear
i li'i i..t rv. ' fronl nnv
rooming out rraise haying o&,
caalon to1-' use them,
Nanscawkn a Co,
That It will accomplish the end desired
In all affect lonit of the Throat and Lungs
li. ...!ll a! you not only will not be
,11 Will without It .yourself, but will
recommend It to others, ns thbusarlds
have done, -who Ma.ve 'tried everything
elso In vain. Money Is no object where
KVniS ffiS Convince You
trifling sum of one dollar can purchase
a remedy that will stand between you
nndonoof thomot dreaded of human
Clrcularssent free, containing detailed
In .prepared only by tho ABIETXNE
MEDICAL CQ,, provule, Cal.
Bavhg been furnished for tlie,espcS
accomifiodHtlon ofibo pilbllc, 9n
to'thonltentldnof th8 the lltlNQliT
rUHwaijima -mai wj.m
THE YA0UINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
class through passenge? and froh.1 ft"8'
from Portland and all polhb, in fh'i??
lamette vallev to andnlm SanFmncUeo
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except iaunuaysi-
Leave Atbany ,,
Arrlvo Yaqulna kSS?I
Leave Yaqulna :2? J1
Leave Corvallls . ". "ins A ?J
Arrive Albany , 1P10AM
oSvi trnlns connect at ur nd
STEAMERS, yU0M SAK FBANCIRf
Willamette VaHey Thursday d"
Willamette Valley Mondav ,S'
Willamette Valley. .iiuM$ u S-
Willamette Valley Wednesdnv n u
Willamette Vallcy..:.MondllT '2?
This company reserves the right tn
hange sailing dates without notice.
mi B- passengers from Portland and t
Willamette Valley points can make close
connection with the trains of iJ
VAQUINA ROUTE at Albany w Co" vahu
and Ir destined to Snn Kmnelsco, sbou id"
arrange to arrive at Yaqulna tho 'oenlnc
before dato of sailing. '!
i'aseiigfr and Freight Kates Always the
te?SivA0r,?f(Sm.nt'Snu1J1y to "ess"
HULMAN & Co.? Freight and Ticket
Agents 200 and 202 Front sf., Portland. Or
Dr to '
C. C. HOGUE, Ac't Gen'l Frt( A
Pass. Agt., Oregon PaclflcR.Il. Co
O H. IIASWELL, Jr. GenW'S
Pass. Agt. Oregorii Development
Co., 804 Montgomery St.;
San Francisco, Call
TIME TAL5LE RIVER DIVISION.
Thft elegantly equipped steamboats, Wm
M. Hoag, Capt. fGeo. Raabe; the N. 8
Bcntley, Cant. J'P. Coulten the Three
Sisters, Cnpf. W. P. Bhort; are in service
for passenger and freight traffic between
Corvallls and Portland and intermediate
points, making three round trips each
week as follews:
WORTH BOUND Leaves Corvallls Mon
day. AVcdncsday and Friday at 8 a. jn.
Arrives at .Salem Monday, Wednesday and
Friday nt3 p.m. Reaves Saletn Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 6 h, m. Arrives
at Portland Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day st 3:30 p.m.
MOUTH BOUND Leaves Portland Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 6 a. m.
Arrives at Salem Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 7;16 p. rh. Leaves Salem Tues
day, Thursday attd Saturday at 6 a. m.
Arrives nt Corvallls Tuesday, Thursday
Saturday at 3:30 p. in,
For fi eight and passenger rates npply to
me captains and purbersof the respective
boats, or to W. M. Darling, agent, 200 and
202 Front street. Portland; Ullbert Bros...
agents, Salem; I. M. Adair, agent, Albany
F. W. BO WEN, Superintendent.
Wm. HOAG, General Manager.
Southern Pacific Company's Line.
THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE.
Time between Salem and tSaa Francisco
CALIFORNIA EXPRESS TRAIN RUN DAILt,
BETWEEN 1H)KTI,AP1) AND S. F.
1.00 p. 111.
0:Jt p. m.
7:15 a. m.
I.v. Portland An
I.v. Salem Lv.
Ar. San Fran. Lv.
10:43 a. ra.
7:5.1 a. m.
70 p. m.
LOCAI. 1'AtwSIiNGEK TRAIN ( DAILY EX
8.110 11. tn.
11:10 a. m
2:J0 p. in.
Portland Ar. V p.m.
Lv. 1 120B p. w.
Lv. 1 D.OO a. m.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For accommodation ot second clas
passengers attached to cxprfc-s trains.
The 8, P. company's ferry makes con
nectlon with all the legiilar tiains onta
East Side Division from footol V streo
M Side Division. Bo(wccn Portlaoi
DAILY (EXCEIT tfliyDAY).,
"7.-30 11. m. I Gv, Portland-Ar.
1235 p. m. I Ar. Corvallls Lv.
"6:20 p. m.
1:30 p. m.
At Aibanv and Corvallls connect with
(rains of Oregon PaclfloRMlroad.
xnrougn ticKets tp ail ppinis somu m
1st via California
EXVREStl TRAIN DAILYEXCEITPWDAYQ
A-jm p. m.
8.-00 p. m.
Lv! PortlanU Ar.
9.-00 a. pt.
5:ts a. m.
Through ' Tickets
For full Information regarding rates,
maps, etc, apply to the Company's agent,
Oregon Railway and Navigation
Columbia River Route.1
ITnlns for the east U aye Portland at M
m and 2 p m dy. Ti? ,e.t8,t2,? ??
principal jwlnU, In the pnltedStates.Ca-
ada and Europe.
ELEGANT PULMANN PAL iCARfc "
l . . . .... inn
migrant aieeyiug Mm uit vib
1 express tulnsto ( il
and ST. PATH
Kree of Charge and Wit on Change.
Connections at Portland forBaa Frao
Cisco and Pnget Bound points.
A. L HAXWEIU '. "
H. K0LC0MB Oeieral Mtar.