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EVENTSTCr CAPITAL JOtJBNAI., TUESDAY, OCTOBER i7, iV3.
POHLMRED DAJI.Y. KXCKPT 80NDAY,
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DAKOTA AND OKtOON-
a A- White, Mrs .Richard .White,
MUs Anna White a,,d Mra-T- EM,,e8
t aodtner two cnuarenieii' jiouaay iot
Leader. - ? .
These people have come to Salem
W - andbave already eecared homes in thi
cuamyWjilany more ot the good oll-
ztasof Jforth' Dlkot are anxlou3j
Iootiue-fbrward to tlietime when tbej
can come Jo tnis iaYorocucouniry. r-
Whereas the crop of wheat about E'
lendale was scarcely worth cutting thU
year (and Uat is about the oDly croj
they raise) the Willamette valley ba
her regulation crop of from 13 to 30
bmhets per acre.
A farmer'a fuel (xrcl) In the Dakota
amounts to about $100 peryear, while
In Oregon it only amounts to the work
of bis cutting the wood and hauling it
In Dakota a farmer and all bis fami
ly work like slaves six months in the
yearaud then tney are compelled ti
tle idlu the winter months. All the
pretend to do is chores and beave coal
onto the fire. Here in the winter
months there is all kind of work-to be
done, such as wood-cutting, plowing,
seeding, tree planting, etc In Daket:
the winters are fierce and endanger
many lives, while here little more
clothing is worn than in summer. A
man working outside is apt to get wet
and chilled but never freezes.
While the Dakota farmer has only
bis grain crop to depend upon, this is a
' belter trraio country, with no failure of
crop. In addition it Is a superb stock
country. There is no end to the
amountof small fruit that can be raised
by a family, and the orchard busines
is nrovtne a bonanza to many. Be
sides our prices ou grain and stock are
always a Bbade above tboe paid on the
The Journal wonld not bold out en
conragement to the people from those
states except that it knows they can
nrosoer better than there, both (n ma
teriai resources aud family comforts.
Hundreds of families within five miles
of Salem could be pointed out wbo
came here with scarcely anything more
than enough to get here, add today are
enjoying a comfortable degree of pros
Few here are eaten up with debts on
tbeir places, while there is scarcely a
farm in those western prairie states that
is not plastered over with heavy inter-
est bearing mortgagee.
FEUir IS UUI.SO IT.
A writer discussing the wonderful re
vival and prosperity at Los Angeles
and its causes, says:
"The question Is, what Is doing it?
From my observation of the resources
of this country I should say that it Is
the fruit business, which, taking one
vear.wlth another, nays the farmer
much better than anything else. And
If Oregon, farmers are wise they will
pay mora attention to raising fruit and
not give all their attention, to wheat.
California stands at the head today In
tbe fruit business In tbe United titates,
but In a greut many varieties Oregon
can and does beat her. Among thce I
might .mention is the apple, on which
even the Callfornlaus will admit that
Oregon leads them. Bartletr, pears,
.prunes, and I am sure on all kinds of
berries; also the Royal Ann cherries.
On ail of these Oregon cannot be beat,
. and the only reason wby Oregon fruit
dealers aud farmers are not makinx
more money on their fruit is just be
cause tbey do not sell any because they
have none to sell; while California is
getting the reputation of being the
great fruit raising state because she
raises the fruit and does not huve'lt for
coun.y farmer, received first premium
a gold medal. Dayton Herald. The
above eentlemen can oertMnlr .feel
fprnod of thej3onor0)est6wed on them,
as they baa tns worja to compete wun.
and therand Willamette valley .will
bespoken of by hundreds of thousand
of people of tbe world as tbe best wheat
and oats producing country In the uni
verse. Itrsbortr what" awgrand state
Oregon is. k
A carload of household .goods and
live stock armred from Western Kan
sas yesterday afternoon by the freight
Horses, cattle, bog', chickens and tur
keys fotmed thV "menagrie part of the
outfit. They cotn&fronit the dryest
portion br?drougbt?stricken Kansas.
'illrUF'inley is one offfienton county's
most sacoe&sfulfifniit raisers and has
11600 five-yeaKold trees bicb it is estl
mated willjaveraKe threebusbels to tn
treelind 100 ej&bt-yearold. trees whiib
will "average "six bushels. Corvallis
fc-The,DAlIas.Itemlzersays: A gent'e
aian just back from a visit to bis old
Georgia home after an absence of
twenty years, says. the. farmers there
are making almost nothing because
tbelr laud baa been impoverished by too
much cotton raiding, and he reports the
uass of negroes as utterly worthless,
ducatlon Peemiug to have harmed
rather than helped them.
Lee Wann baled about 21,000 pounds
if bops from sixteen acres of ground
nid was In town Tuesday proposing to
ell at 18 cents. Item.
Polk county -111 raise about 1,000.000
pounds of hops this year, which at 20
cents will bring tbe neat sum of $360,
U00 into the cuuuty. Tbis ouht to set
our farmers to thinking. What a con
venient thing it would be if every
unty had 1,000,000 pounds of hop to
market, and tbey could just, as easily
uave been rained here as else wbere.-Ex.
Hill & Yoakum will today finish
tbeir ten acre bop patch, getting about
1,400 boxes of tbe best hops they have
ever raised. D. M. Gutbrie Is through
gathering his crop of 21,000 pounds be
tween Lincoln and Salem,
Eoitanby is a demoralizing kiud of
tatty. It appears ou the tombstone,
ana eulogizes tbe dead almost to the
very stars. Tbe usual method of begin
ning, id: ."Here lies." Very suggestive
for tbe lies are frequently quite aston
ishing almost enough so to both amuse
aud amaze (he dead of whom tbey are
written. A truthful epitaph, in many
instances, would be: "Here lies one
,wbo omitted to take Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medlcjt D.acovery. If feick and sutler
iuir, and duailini: premature death,
test the potent remedy. It cures alt
chronic, liver, blood, aud luug diseases,
as biliousness, skin and scalp diseases,
i-orofulous sores and swellings, sail
rheum, tetter, erysipelas, and even
R-rofuIa of tbe lunj;s (or Consumption,)
if taken iu time.
You probably have tbe Salem Steam
Laundry do your work. A large num
ber do, but not all. Borne cling to the
Celestials. Better reform If you do, and
patronize white labor.
Headquarters for all dally papers, at
J. L. Beunett's post ofiice block news
STATE MEWS NOTES AND COM
Great poverty Is reported in Western
Kansas, Many farmers families are al
ready sullerlug far tbe uecvsaarlcs, of
life, aud hundreds don't know where
they will got fuel enough to keep them
from freezing to death this winter.
Oregon farmers are not all rich, but
tbey certainly uever bavo anything of
this kiud to face.
Oregou has beeu furnishing Califor
nia millions of fruit trees, tibo will
soma day supply, the world with fruit. :
Iu wbeat-raulug is Oregou again
ahead, aud the Willamette valley and
Yamhill Co. stand lu the front. Oregon
took the prlza at the world's fair for the
best wheat, au.l John b Allison, of
iHopowell, Yamhill 0.,tli 9110 who re
ceived th9 prize 4 11 uo gold medal.
Mr. Allison Uvea sovou miles south of
Diy ton, on tha Salem aud 1) tytou road
part of tils farm es lu tuo hills and
prt lu the lowlands, For tha best, new student ut too deaf mute school
oats oxhlbltod at the- world's lair, Geo. .
Qld, of MoMlunvllle, another Yamhill TuuFAtJU-Falreet fair, ios Court Bf.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther White, of
Brownsville, have reached tbe fiftieth
anniversary of tbelr marriage, a golden
wedding. Of eleven children only two
are living. They came to Oregon in
1847, and Mrs. White has tbe distinc
tion of paylug the first taxes ever paid
iu Linn county.
Astoria's city election occurs Dec
13th. M m
Valparaiso, Ind., has a minister who
preaches while he Is asleep Ministers
have generally 'complaiued at being
obliged to do that while others slept.
Portland street assessments are pay
able Iu gold and silver cc-ln.
Many Oregon newspapers are adyo-
' eating the referendum.
The finuuoial stringency tbat once
promised to close is now taking ou a
more discouraging aspect. This can be
truthfully laid to the actions of a Dem
ocratic iMUgreas. It Is not at tall prob
ubla that the country baa yet 6een but
the very dawn of what we now call
hard times. Infttud Republican.
Jdhu MoAIIUter, of Oswego, was
polsoued a few days ago by eatinc large
mushrooms but has recovered.
A.L. Heudrlx, an electrician at As
toria, has left his family, a wife and
futir small children In want aud the
Astoria Budget asks for help for a very
deserving case of destitution. Hen
drix gut f 100 a mouth but gambled it
away and did what uo dog or any other
brute would do abandoned them.
Squirrel scalps centinue: to draw
m nil (HI- ullt of ihrt mnnlv liuiinrv u'l.ll
' popple ar golug without employ meut
or tbe ueces&aries of life.
Dallas, tuu county Mt of Polk, de
cide! yeatert! at au election by a ma
jority of forty-eight to allow bouda to
bo Issued iu the sum of H,000 for tbe
purpose or supplylug tla town, with,
'Nancy Harris, of Tillamook 'U the
DfiUvcred Before Pioneer Association
of Josephine Oonnty at Grants
Pass October 7th, 1893.
From an addrto by (tax W.CotTtz.
If tbe pioneers of thts land suffered
untold privation?, and oftlmes death,
tbose.wbo have survived aud under
the wise dispensations of providence
are permitted to still live lathe land
Ihey helped to reclaim, are amply rt
paid,for all tbey su tiered. Backing ii
the autumnal supsblue of this day and
amid tbelr old comrades and compan
ions of tbat by gone age, tbey have tbe
satisfaction of knowing that nature In
her wildest flight bos been subdued,
and tbat land, which they first claimed
as tbeir hame, menaced as it wa by a
cruel and relentless foe, surrounded by
what seemed almost impregnable bar
riers, has been reclaimed to humanity
aud a cultured civilization.
-iTake tfi wlogof the taofolEg.)
And tbe Bircan deert pl-rce;
Or Iom UtTtetf la tbe eontiaa'xu woods
Woere roll vbe Ort-sua.
And tLsirno sound -ve itsoundasMncs"
Was written by America's great poet,
William Cullen Bryant in 1813. At
that time Oregon was regarded as some
mythical place the mest remote, dev
iate and forsaken on tbe habitable
globe. Bryant wrote these lines while
president of Wi!IIani3 College at Cam
bridgeport, Massachusetts. What
would the grand old man have thought
bad he been informed tbat in 80 years
from date be could take the cars at his
col ege and reach that land "where
rolls the Oregon" in a five days journey
and instead offindlog a mighty river
and a trackless nninhabited forest;
be would fiod a land as fair as tbe gar
den of Eden with 320,000 people, with
TO chartered colleges and academies;
witbja city, which for wealth stands
t-econd in all tnis union of states; with
school bouses dotted all over tbe lauds-,
churches, banks and every public build
ing necessary to be found in any other
land; with railroi de, telegraphs and al
tbe modern adj mcts of the highest civ
ilizatiOn. Had be been so Informed bt
would have simply considered his in-
formant crazy, fcnd Thanatopls would
have been sent forth on its mission e:
misrepresentation regardless of such a
ODDS AND ENDS.
The heaviest anchors weigh about 77
tun dred weight.
A medal believed to have been struct
by Frederick the Great was unearthed
by a farmer at Hoosick, N. Y., recently.
It is estimated that there are nearly
1,000,000 acres of unoccupied govern
ment lands in Kansas still open for set
tlement. It is said that tbe original autograph
of Beethoven's so called "Moonlight"
sonata has been fonnd at Berlin, and
that it shows some variations from the
piece as now published.
Hong-Kon, formerly a little barren
island at the month of the Canton river
in China, was given to the English and
is now covered with the warehouses,
gardens and residences of wealthy merchants.
A woman who was robed in a dress of
stylish make, and who showed by.her
air that she was in the circle of the well
to do, was accompanied by a little pug
dog. The street was, somewhat mnddy
from the water that had been lavishly
sprinkled upon it by the city's watering
cart. Little puggy ran into the street,
where he saw a nice bit of bone, and
even his aristocratic breed and training,
could not restrain him from taking at
least a few bites of it. He was inclined
to bring the choice tidbit to the pave
ment, but his mistress forbade this, so
he dropped the tempting "morsel and
slnnk on to the sidewalk again.
Bnt in pnggy's nibblings at the bone
he had muddied his little flattened ont
nose. The woman scolded him as seri
ously as though he were a child. He ac
knowledged the justness of the repri
mand by dropping his aristocratic head
In a remorseful manner. His mistress
thereupon patted his head, and taking a
delicate lace edged handkerchief from her
handbag, deliberately wiped dear, naugh
ty little pnggy's nose, Boston Herald.
ricnty of Gold.
In the Witwatercrand goldfield, Sonth
Africa, an exnc-riuiental bonne na. inn
been completed to the depth of S,500feet
tor me purpose 01 testing tne quantity
and OTialitV Of the anrifurnna ilnrvwit
there. The resnlts are said to be most
satisfactory, and a Mr, Scott Alexander
h&s hasvl nn tViotn thn fnllMi.ir,,. ,
dinary calculatiens: Circumference of
basin, 400 miles, diameter, 1?7 miles:
area. 12.330 6onare miles. nrSOOTin ? .
000 square feet. Takingau average thick
ness 01 eigni series 01 blanket beds at 0
iei. equat to s reef, equals 10,81,098,
056,000 cubic feet of reef, or at 15 cubic
feet to the ton, 10.521.433,100.000 tons.
At 80 shillings per ton, very low value of
gold, equal to l,57M6,&t 000. Tak
ing the population of Witwutersrand at
40,000 souls, tins allows tadi JUUM54.&X
A Planters Experience.
51jr plantation l tn u malarial dt
trlct.uhertt rater ami itu prevailed.
Icuiplejr laobancUi Crvqueutly Uolf
ur tUemnrolpt. I was nearly (lis
courasd ubeu I txjr&a tbe uso oi
HRS R H fji E
Tbreult km innlom, Hrmta
txtraiuualrniisruuil ticarCy.nndl Uavo
.bad o farther i-outl. VUb theao
nilla. 1 would not fear to live In nay
fcwaiap." K.BIXAX, Byou lini,Iju
Oftce, lid u IU H-uiuKUa St., X. Y.
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io'JIDixo tmc phaisi or This onoturui
pcuzcT. S. C Hjucox,
Agent Fsdc Exproa Co.
HJtlcrs. Kebnska, April Uh, 1S32.
Dr. Miles1 Nervine,
host czzTiXS ccrx ras
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TSAXI03, Dial hlS3, BPARMH, ELEEF1EES
STSB, SuXLBXSS, BLUES, tad OPIDTf HABIT,
SOLO ON A POSITIVE CUARANTEC.
rRY DR. BILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
Jol(t by D. J. Fry, drugirist. 8alem3
Grape Vines for Sale.
I have prorogated several thousanr
irood strong two-year old grape vine
for setting nut, assorted varities, suit
hle for culture in Oregon. 25 els each
12 00 per dzen. E. Hofer, Salem. Or.
Journal office. d w
Before Going to the Wojld's Fair
Tbe Limited Express trains, of tbe Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railwaj
between St. Paul and Chicago and
Omaha and Chiraco.
These trains are vestibnled, electric
Mgbted and steam heated, with tbe fin
est Dining and Sleeping Car Service in
Tbe Electric reading light in each
berth is the successful novelty of thb
progressive age, aud is highly appreciat
M by all regular patrons of this line
We wish others to know its merits, a
'he Chicago Milwaukee &. St. Paul Rail
way Is the only line in tbe west enjoy
ing the exclusive use of thts patent.
For further information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt.
225 Stark St., Portland. Or. tf
She .Surprised the Hoard.
Mrs. Stowe-Gnllen, M. D., of the To
ronto school board recently surprised
that body by showing that the appoint
ment of four public school supervisors
was illegal. She introduced a resolution
abolishing the useless office, pointed ont
clearly that tbe law gave the board no
powerto appoint any such officials, hence
that they were spending annually $6,0CC
of the people's money without legal au
thority. The board could not gainsay
her argument and so adopted her resolu
tion. Toronto MaiL
VI608 " MEN
and aU th train or erlK
from Mtflj error or Uur
ejeeetM. the molt of
doTcioptuent and tone
Clrcn o titrj ortan and
pmtlnn of the body,
blmpl'. natural roediodi.
SAO Tefereseea. Book,
explanation and proofs
maUed (teatal) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
J. H. HAAS,
2I5K CeoRtrtUI St, Siltra, Ottgat,
(Next door to KJeln's.)i
-ipedalty ot Spectaelear and repairing CJocka
THE OLD RELIABLE
NORTH SALEM MEAT MARKET,
J. H. ALLEN, Prop.
The very best of meats at all times,
and the best of service.
tSrOpposite Wade's Store.
Tim Tierney, who legan service with
the Burlingtou and Missouri railroad as
a tracklayer m 1866, lias been in the em
ploy of the company ever since. He is
now over 80 years old and is a flagman
Mr. Cus-.ok, the assistant locomotive
engineer of the Midland Railway com
pany of Ireland. 1ms invented a calcula
tor lutetktal fur the compilation and
chocking of timotublo. and for regulat
ing the epeed of trains.
The Peuirlvsaia lias an engine whose
number is 970. She runs on tho Pitts
burg dii ui.iM between Altoona and Pitts
burg ..1 i-k ta reuitUuiott of being
tbe ft' t . i t u.iMt puw rfU engine lu
tbe p-t: . r cervk of lUat roaJ.
It u a..i ua liut4(t autlierity that
Vk- P.-.iu-it Pir G. lirTay of the
Dig Ftmr v.id yiw bis esoluaive atten
tiji uuriujc let tall anU nter to the
freiyut Uvite (kportuiutt, and tkat he
cmy assume tho title of trut trumc
Tbe Same Kind of. Foot,
The republic of Madagonia had been
losg and well represented at tho court
of the king of Patagascar by an officer
called a dazie, but one day the Madngo
nian parliament conferred upon him tbe
superior rank of dan dee. Tho next day
after Ding apprised of his new dignity
he hastened to inform the king of Pata
gascar. "Ah, yea, I understand," said the king.
"You iiavu been promoted and given in
creased pay and allowances. There was
"Yes, yonr majesty. "
"And you have now two heads, have
"Oh, no, your majesty only 'one, I as
'.'Indeed! And how many legs and
"Two of each. Eire only two of each.'
"And only one body?
"Just a single body, as you perceive."
Thoughtfully removing his crown and
scratching the royal head, the monarch
Vaa silent a moment, and then be said:
"I fancy that appropriation has been
misapplied. You seem to be abont'tbe
same kind of a blank fool that you were
yesterday." San Francisco Examiner.
The Time ofCunTnIejcenee.
Don't worry tho sick ones in regard to
what they wish to eat. Fix up some
thing nice and tasty, serve it daintily
and reap the reward that a capricious
appetite will grant the reward of seeing
the eatables disappear merely because
they were a pleasant and unexpected
surprise. Next, do not allow every
friendly neighbor to run in and sit for
hours until the flushed cheeks and too
brilliant tyo of the' patient tell the story
of an overdose of company.
Do not 1 t j our charge be too eager for
recovery f.-sr better a week or more of
idleness tuoii a precipitate activity that
throws the iuvdid back once more upon
the sick bed. Be cheerful always. Bright
en np the room with gay flowers whose
odor is not too heavy, but never permit
them to remain in the sickroom over
night. Keep your patient tidy and the
bedclothes smooth and cool as possible
Speak in low tones, walk with soft tread
and be ever watchful against the slight
est indiscretion. To mothers this sort of
nursing comes naturally, but there are
some who must be told, as they err
through lack of that gentle judgment
that is the secret of sickroom victories.
Arc a great blessing. All eh!
will De perfectly rugged and
if raised on the
Condensed Milk, for it is the i
nourishing, rich and natural i
for infants that can be found
member the Eagle brand
Your Grocer and Druggist selll
Give a three month old baby io to xa parts water to one of Eajle coadesw
The Crow a a Scavenger a Fraud.
A curious result of the religions riots
in Bombay has been the exposure of the
hollowness of the plea that has been put
forth for the crow as a Fcavenger. Lazy
governments in the east have been wont
to excuse their sanitary shortcomings on
the ground that "the crow, the pariah
dog and the.late may be relied upon to
clear away tbe offal in the streets, but
the smells of Constantinople and Smyrna
have not been observed to be much the
less because the dogs eat of the offal
thrown from the bouses, nor has Jerusa
lem or Cairo been fonnd to be any sweet
er from the presence of the mongrels who
destroy the reposo of visitors.
In like manner the Bombay crow has
failed to justify his ancient reputation.
During the Bombay riots, when the op
erations of the city scavengers were
brought to a standstill, dead vermin and
offal accumulated in extraordinary quan
tities in the bazaars and slums of the na
tive quarters till the city became a "par
adise for the crows." But the Bombay
crows entirely neglected this opportuni
ty, and thus have come to be denounced
as "sham sanitarians." London Tele-
Incldent In a Child' IlMplUd.
It was always expected that new pa
tients would cry for at least half a day.
TJmberto was a rogue who seemed to
take delight in prolonging this period of
initiation. He was an Italian boy of 3,
with a large head, big browns half won
dering and half roguish eyes, and the
crookedest legs, which made, him wad
dle like a duck. Once it was noticed
that even on the second and third days
after admission some children in his
ward wonld be crying for home as in
the very beginning a thing explained
oniy wnen tne rncxs or this young ras
cal were discovered. He would watch
until all was qniet and the nurse had
stepped oat of tho ward for a minute on
some duty, and then would call to the
newcomer, "Say, E3y, doan' you wan to
see you mudda? Whereupon the flood
gates wouM open once more. Harper's
Completed and ready , to wait on customers. Horses boarded bv .
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here, and those who once, try them will find
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tbey vol not be wttlinr 14 do without them.
But after aU sick bead -u cm,
fa the bane ot so many itret that here U where
Jviu!iJ2i?ri,Te- Our pills cure tx
while others do not.
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Cooservatory of Music.
Willamette University, Balem, Or.,
School of music for piano, organ, violin,
singing, orchestral Instruments, Harmo
ny, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration
and higher musical composition. So
tetter grade of work done west of the
Rocky mountains. Prices low. Seven
teachers. Next term begins Sept. 4th.
-Send for annual vear book or.addrefs.-
Zrf IT. Parvin., Mus. Doctor, musical1
director. 8 9 2md&W
If you anticipate visiting the world's
fair, or your friends in tbe East, take
udvantace of the present opportunity,
us the fares are now so low? theyicut no
figure in thaexpenee. The Chicago &
Northwestern Railway have placed in
service a solid ,vrstlbnled train, between
Portland and Chicago, the famous
Wayner tourist cars, -free reclining
chair cars and dlnlpgcar "par excel
lent," With tbe accommodations fur
nisbed.rates now offered, together with
I he short time consumed In making
betrlp. it is within the reach of all.
For further informatics, applj1 to auy
ticket agent, or write ' '
A. G. Barker, Gen'l Agt.
272 Washington street.
Oldest, Highest and Mm. Ed
tjixteen courses oi imhubl
qramiiir, through Academics
J1CHU1U Kiuit" J 1W
Teaching, Business, Art,
and Muic. Several Pt.P
Courses. Stronger and better "
It's Woman's College afforfi"!
home for young jaoies wiiu -
facilijieii (ot tbbir care and tiling
i ue kcuoui jreai w"" -r-
For Year Book and all lnf
cours of studv. address,
For financial InformauoDi ""
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