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ISVENTNG " iJAPITAi, .tOttKNAIi, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER U8, i3.
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PROOBESS OF W0JF.X.
From ibe Atueri&u Womau',8 Jour
nal. NwXrlrrWAltSwies woniaoibas
inveutearatog florf ihe; 6lind. fOn
lb.- dialwthelionrsaie 'I-df rated by
twelve projecting pege, oneof,whicb
eioks every iioor., .
Tbe legillalifte soft New ljr-lhas
cower to vote for delegate to tbeoon
sitiutiooal coDTrutKinlRinSi to vote a"
delegates lu tbe colt veullbn.
Tbe three great factors of woman's
freedom havj been Christianity, which
calmed and euhaht?ued her; steam
which mdetbe abolition of all slavery
possible, and money, which in a man!
fold degree has increased the converti
bility of labor.
An electoral ant has been passed by
the legislature of New Z -aland, giving
tbe right to vote to all women ovei
twenty one years of age. Of the G68 -
650 adult residents in New Zealauri
nearly one-half are women and it is ex
peeled that a large rmTCeul&ge will ap
pear at (he polls.
To Miss Ray Frank of California if
accorded the distinction of becoming
tbe first woman Ribbi in the world
Bhe la the first woman student in the
Hebrew College in Ciocinnati and has,
been urged by Rabbi Moses, the most
celebrated Jewish divine in Chicago, to
accept a congregutl jp, as he siys worn
en are needed in the pulpit.
Jenny Lind is to be immortalized in
Westminster Abbey, the Dean having
given permission for tbe medallion por
trait of tbe great songstress to be placed
beneath tbe statue of Handel in the
Poets' corner. The committee who
bave therrangement of tbe memorial
to presided over by Princess Christian.
Tbe subscription list is not yet com
plete. NOTES OP NEW BOOKS.
Archie of Athabasca, by J. McDon
ald Oxley, is a boys' book of tbe healthy
American type, such as Is good food for
tbe growing young reader, aud such a
will' make Its Influence felt for the good.
It portrays life at a northern fort most
vividly, and gives the reader a good In
sight into tbe methods of the great fur
companies, as well as a true picture of
pioneer life In the British possessions
of North America. D. Lothrop Co.,
Paula Ferris, by Mary Farley San
born, is the story of a modern young
society woman, who fell into tbe com
mon error of young married women of
wealthy pareutage, believing that she
bad married a man of genius but
who proved most uncongenial to her
selfleh ideas. Tbe heroine is allowed to
bave all tbe necessary "rope" to con
vince herself that the fault is with her,
and it remains for a common sense
country cousin to bring her to a happy
family reunion. It embodies light
reading of a gocd cleau character, and
most convincing throughout. Lee &
The Barberry Bush, and otberetorles
about girls for girls, by Busan Coolldge,
Is a welcome little volume in which the
author biographizes a number of young
wqmen of dlUereut walks iu life, show
ing how they each In turn prove that
life la worth living, and has a bright
future for every intelligent aud inde
pendent young woman. Througti the
Whole story runs au uudercurrent of
true American wholesomeuess which
must prove enjoyable aud up-buiidlng
to any youug lady iu the land. Rob
erts Bros., Boston.
The Children's Year Book, selectious
for every day Iu the year, arrauged by
E llth Emersou Forbes. This Is a book
Intended for children from seveu to fif.
teen years, and its purpose Is to give
the young minds a taste for reading
every day Bomothlug of a religious na
ture, uud cultivating the spirit of rever
ence. For every day In tbe year there
ka selection from thesuriptures, which
b exemplified by a further quotation
from Borne writer of note. This is
without doubt the best book of the
kind published lu many a year. Rob
erts Bros,, Boston.
EoULd Sense In Bui ur-bun Au'liltect
are, by Frank T. Lent, is a valuable
Httte volume giving hints, suggpstlous
ami bits of practical Informatl u for the
building of Inexpensive country homes
JrVeiuk T. Lent, Crauford, N J,
Tbe Froler (iwo, from tho French of
J, It. Jacellldt, Is a contribution to the
.Olioloe" terles, of Robort Bouuei'd
Bom, New York.
JkwtoH Illustrated, by Edwlu M. Ba
on. la tbe Jateet revision of a bonk that
aw twee puoumiea at miervaia for mo on
laet quarter of a century. The diction- Mlltnn Eig'e hai this lomment: "Pu
wry lu4ex makes it doubly- valuable, 8
and to of Itself a mine of Information jfrleutl-or at least bmld be, for wo are
ffeflfttb "bub of the uuiyorsa," IN friendly toward them but because
Imtrated. Houghton. Miflltn & Co.,
rflbe Life and VTImear of JViUlam
poq DaBe, Is a sort of a hUtorj of
tgllticar parlies limue unitea estates,
from lfei to (he close, of the war, yet is
cbirfly devoted to its biographical mis
sion and tbe justification of tbe late
aoulliern "Confederacy. The author's
style is lofty, with occasional incoher
ence in ideas aud laDguage. Tbe book
has some beautiful works of tbe en
graver's art, in the portraits of subjects
treated, aud on tbe wbole is a worthy
contribution to the lost cause. Mr.
Xancey is a typical southerner, what
In the nortU;WR8 Known as a "fire eat
er," yet,whb$l a geutlemau ot fine at
tainments. He served bis state as leg
islaUirancl representative in congress,
aod was -placed by Jeflerson Davis at
the bead of a commission representing
the coufedeiacy in Europe. In bio
younger days he Wasa most piogressive
aud high raiuded citizen, doing much
to removutbe whippingpost aud brand
ing Irou, yet he was not "large enough"
to remove the shackles from the slave.
Du Bote's book is rich with reminiE-
ceoces of the prominent characters of
i be rebelliou, and makes clear to tbe
reader mauy of the details of secession
uut generally known. Most of all be
jotumauds respect for tbe hospitable
and social characteristics of tbe south
ern people. Roberts fc Sou, Birming
Joseph Zilmonab, by Edward King,
a journalist of wide experience, aud ai.
author of repute. The story contain
in-iuy louchiug pictures, aud scenes 01
idyllic beauty. Njt the least interest
ing are tbe descriptions of tbe Hebrew
festivals aud holy days, which bave
t-eldom been presented in such a vivid
and attractive style. Tbe book por
trays life among the overworked tail
ors of r'ew York, taking for its charac
ters tbe Jewish exiles from Russia.
Lee & tSbepurd, Boston.
"Ceres, A Harvest Home Festival,
and Other Poems," is an Oregon pro
duct of which we can all feel proud
It is from the versatile and polished
pen of Mrs. 01ie S. England, whose
writings are kuowu to Pacific coast
readers, and those of many Eastern
periodicals, as always pleasing aud per
tinent. It was compiled from the au
thor's varied writing on a few days' no
tice, at tbe instance of some solicitous
literary friends, to have it appear with
tbe Pacific coast exhibit at the Colum
bian fair, aud as a result is.not what
the author could have made it with a
little more time. "Ceres" as well ab
many of tbe minor poems in this hand
some little volume are tamiliar to many
Salem people, who would be glad of bd
opportunity to secure them in perma
ueut form if they were on sale.
Tbe table of coutents shows at a
glauce that tbe author is an ardent
studeut of uature, philosophy and
scieuce. There are poems on home.
love, pathos, ie3tbetics, all the subjects
showing a broad culture, that would
surely stamp the writer with greatness
were her efl rts coufined to a literary
pursuit. The modest efl'ort ouly goes
fir to show what u busy woman, who
has household and social cares innu-
m Table, cau do wlieu eudowed with
talent and application, aud should be a
striking o'Jct leswu to the educated
women of the present time.
NoJouHNAt,nn Thanksgiving day.
Tbe Wilson tanU bill Is a bill to elect
The Charity concert at galem netted
You have one more day to get ready
to celebrate the real Thanksgiving day.
The Democratic tariff reform measure
ought to be called tbe William McKiu
The Jouk.naL prlnta uo
Suuday. It is the people's
tho week through.
A proclamation abolishing the credit
system would be a great relief to mer
chants and the people as well.
That Salem market man showed the
governor how to write a Thanksgiving
proclamation. lie ought to hire biui
There Is about as much competition
In the meat business at Ralem as any
where, but fellows who can't manage
their own buslupss are always telling
otl'trs how to do theirs.
How quick the PopulUt senators and
memler of congress catch ou to the
loaves uud ruins. Every beggar of
them at Wa.hlngtnu city has put all
his relatives on thb pay-roll by placiug
them lu some subordinate 1 filoe. They
are great reformer, in a horn.Oawe
go Irou Worker. They probably are
no worse than ilia rst of ha poliil
clans, though thoy pretend to be better
and as preteiidrfra It makoi their con.
duct Bi-em wrf than It Is.
Copying The Jouhnal's editorial
"Spaufeltw the Bad Hots," Ih
inaly, every county olllolal Is our
they are old acquaintances and person
al friends is no reason why they are
loot entitled to censure, from us wben
,iney eiep, 8 ineynavein mis instance,
from:tbe oath of rectitude. Thev have
been, too liberal iTvituf their friends at
the-'peoples' expense and should be
soundly spanked for so doing. Layou
the shingle with all possible force !''
Economize in Paper.
Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of
100, not cut, for sale at this olllco at
niteen cents bundle, A heavy straw
wrapping paper, large sheets, two cents
a pound, .next door to toe poatcUlue.
"Praise be to h:m whis w ndrons skill
Has conquered every ham. n 1,1
And now alone, as victor stands
Tbe 'Golden' compound ol his bands,'1
So spake a man, with tribute crowned,
Of Dr. Pierce, tbe "world r nowned,"
Had Yangulshed pain and set him free.
One can but speak in praise of a rem
edy so effectual and uufaling as Dr,
Pierce's Golden Medical D scovery,
Acting promptly and thoroughly, it
produces permanent cures, consumption
in its early stages, scrofula, liver and
kidney disorder, and all blood diseases
are within tbe neld or its unbounded
For good health take Tutt'a Pills.
Elected From Ills Tunsorlal EitablUh
pient to the French Chamber.
M. Chauvin, elected to the French
chamber for the Seine district, abandon
ed tho mines at the age of 16. He be
came a hairdresser and had the distinc
tion of running bis comb and his curl
ing irons through the locks of the pret
tiest members of the Theatre Francais.
Politically, he is a revolutionary So
cialist, a speaker at public meetings and
a sworn enemy of the employment bu
reau. These characteristics commended
Jiim to the suffrage of the electors for
the suburb of Puteaux (the Fifth) dis
trict of St. Denis.
To all who have reproached him with
his too ardent advocacy of the working
man he has replied: "Well, what would
you have me do? Because of my ideas
all my patrons leave me, and I must go
into some other business."
Why should he not go into parlia
ment? His trade makes him a contem
poraneous Figaro, a political Figaro
adapted to this fin de siecle, such a per
son as Beaumarchais would picture were
he living today. We have seen M.
Chauvin at home in Paris, in his shop iq
the Rue des Archives, Marais. He was
not aware that a perfidious journalist
under the guise of a client was watch
ing him. Consequently we have been
able to observe him at our ease in the
exercise of his profession wben he bad
no motive for "posing."
He is about 34 years old, but looks
hardly 80, tall, slight and almost dis
tingue, with regular features, a straight
nose, a dark complexion, brown hair,
well combed and brushed, and a small
mustache with tbe ends pointed. But
the line of his brow and his keen expres
sion bespeak latent energy. "Short?
Very well. Quito correct." He wears a
white apron, jusi liko Figaro, but not in
a mercenary or senile way, but like a
surgeon, sso cnatter, no gossip. .He
keeps this probably for meetings. Assist
ed by two "artists," ho operates himself
in his comfortable "salon," hung with
red paper. "Praised by some, blamed
by others, braving the wicked, the butt
of everybody," shaving the bourgeois
and having no appearance of desiring to
out their throats. Perhaps be will some
day find out that wielding the razor is
more profitable than empty honors.
Has he also, like the barber of Seville,
literary and artistic tastes? Many en
gravings ornament his salon, among oth
ers portraits of Beranger Dejazet. Parii
Co.t or BrltUb Defences.
Tho British empire 6pends, as a rule
upon defense from $250,000,000 to 8280.
000,000 a year, of which the military ex
penditure of India, with the indirect ex
penditure for the sake of India on the
mobile land forces at home, forms the
largest item. Almost the whole of thii
vast sum is expended out of British loans
or taxes under the control of the parlia
ment of the United Kingdom, and out
of India taxes under the indirect control
of tho house of commons through the
secretary of state, who is a member of
tho government of the day. North
Two Conerenlonal LlnculiU.
Representative Everett of Massachu
setts is regarded as easily the ablest clas
sical scholar in either branch of congress.
Liko his distinguished father, he is cred
ited with the ability to recite the "ineid'
from beginning to end, and even with
tho ability to determine the quantity of
any word in tho whole Latin lexicon.
Ontsido of tho classics the best of the
congressional linguists is Senator Turpio
of Indiana, who has a colloquial famil
iarity with three modern languages b
sides his own and can read several more.
Intelligent Headers T.in notice that
Tutf s Pills
! J"virranUd,toer9 all claasea
Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia,
Fivers, Cestiveness, Bilious
Colic, Flatulence, etc.
fUllibU, but are aa ucarly so aa It la now
Ible to Htuksu remedy. rlce,lJ3ct.
MADAM McALP N,
of Denver, has opened Drew-matlni?
Parlors la the Elitrldce tltxfc. in thi
moms formerly occupied by Mrs. Baker
Perfect Fit of No Pay I
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
8alkit, November 23, 4 p.m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
preaa were aa follews:
8AX.KM PKOUUCE MARKET.
Apples 30c to 60c. a bushel.
Veals dressed 4 cts.
Hogs dressed 6 to 7.
Live cattle 1 to 2.
8beep alive ?1.50 to 2.00.
Spring lambs $1.50 to $i00.
Salem MIlliDg Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lots $3.00. Hetail J3.40.
Bran $15 bulk, fl6 sacked. Shorts $17
$18. Chop feedin.and $18.
45 centa per bushel.
HAY AND ORAIK.
Oats old, 38 to 40c., new 25 to 30c.
Hay Baled, new to $12; old $10 to
$14. Wild in bulk, $8 to $S.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1.
95 to $1.00 per cwt. No. 2, 70 to 85 cts,
Wool Best, 10c
Hops Small Bale, 17 to 18Jc.
Flags Cash, 25 centa.
Butter Best dairy, 20; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cle.
Farm shotted meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes 30c. to 40c.
Onions 1 to 1 cents.
Beeswax 34c Caraway seed, 18c
Anise seed, 26c. Ginseng, $1.40.
Chickens 5 to 8 cts; ducks, 8c; tur
keys, slow sale, choice, 10c; geese 6 to 7c.
Grain, Peed, etc.
Flour Standard, $2.90; Walla Walla,
$3.15; graham, $2.50; superfine, $2.25
Oats New wbite,35cperbu ;grey,34c;
rolled, in bags, $6.256.50; barrels,
$6.7o7.00; cases, $3 75.
Hay Best, $10 -12 per ton.
Wool valley, price nomiual.
Millstuffs Brau, $15.00; shorts, $15;
grouna oaney, $ih; chop reed, $15
per ton; wbolo feed, barley, 70 cts. per
cental; middling, $2323 perton; brew
ing barley 90H5c per cental: cbic&en
wheat, 8!J.0 per cental.
HopsOld, 10 to 16c, new 10 to 6.
Hides green, salted, 60 lbs. 3c, un
der 60 lbs., 23r; sheep pelts, 10C0c.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery, 30
32c; fancy dairy, 2527c; fair to good,
2022c; common, 15 to 17c per lb.
1 oeese Oregon, 1012: Young
American, 15c per pound; California
14c: Swiss imp., 3032; Dom., 1820.
Eggs Oregon, 30o per dozen.
Poultry Nomiual; chickens, mixed,
$2 003 50 per dozen; ducks,$3 504.50
geese, $9.00; turkeys, live, 12c;
Bef Top steers, 2c per pound; fair
to good steers, 2c; Nol cows, 2c; fair
io ws, lc; dressed beef, $3 505O0per
Mutton Best sheep, $2; choice mut
ton. $1 752 00; lambs, $2 002 25.
Hogs Choice, heavy, $5 005 60;
medium, $4 505 00; light and leeders,
$4 5n5 00; dressed, $6 50.
Veat-$3 005 00-
BAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 10
12c; do inferior, 89c; do valley, 12
Hops 16 to 19c.
Potato E-rly Rose, 2535. Bur
Oata Million, $1.151 20.
Mrs. A, A. Williams
For the Good of Others
Rev. Mr. Williams Heartily En
dorses Hood's Sarsaparllla.
We are pleased to present this from Iter.
A. A. 'WlUiams, of the SUlsbeo street Chris
tian Church. Lynn, Mass.t
"I see no reason why a clergyman, more
than a layman, who knows whereof he
speaks, should hesitate to approve aa
Article of Merit
and worth, from which he or his family have
been signally benefited, and w hose commen
dation may serve to extend those benefits to
others. My w ife has for many years been a
suSerer from severe
for which she found UtUo help. She has
tried many things that promised well but
performed lltUe. Last fall she took Hood's
Sarsaparllla. It seems surprising what one
bottle could and did do for her. The attacks
of headache decreased In number and were
less violent in their Intensity, while her Gen
eral health has been Unproved. Her appe
Ute Is also better. From experience witfi
I have no hesitation in endorslnc ntcr.
tu. a. A. Williams
H60D'0 PlLL 8 are the best fsmUy csttir
UceenUaaudeSactlve. Try a box.
MISS BALLOU'S -
OonnejUngaua lriraary CUssm opea
Monday, Sept. 35tli,
Oor. Court and Liberty streets, opposite opera
For teachers and mother wUl begin October
-jT&t yBff&gSJi ?J aL
2d, at the same place.
For iartteulani applv to
Mus, P. S, Knight,
Parent Did you read that a girl had
taken tho highest classical honors at
Son Oh, well, you know tho girls
have nothing to do but study. Wo fel
lows have really so much eke to attend
to that we don't get much time for
books. Texas Siftings.
Only a School.
Stranger What a cheerless, dreary,
depressing looking building that isl
Native Oh, that's only a school Do
you like fino architecture?
"Wait till you see our new jaiL"
"What is the matter with Spriggins?"
"What do you mean?"
"Not enough Vs and X's and too
many I O TJ's." Washington Star.
Went Well Tocetber.
SheYour step suits mine beautifully.
He (nervously) Glad to hear itl I'm
BU.ch a shocking dancer, don'tcher know!
The Cheapest. Have the Daily
Journal left at your office or resi
dence. Only 50 eta a mouth. By mail
25 cts a month.
MRS. ELMIRA HATCH.
HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS.
Dr. MUts MtdUal Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Diab Bras: For 20 years I Tru troubled with
bean diM&ee. Would frequently hve fulling
ipelli and smothering at night. Had to sit up or
get out of bed to breathe, uad pain In my left
tide and back most ef the time ; at last I became
dropsical. I was Tery nerrous and nearly worn
out. The least excitement would cause me to
with flattering. For the last fifteen years I could
not sleep on my leftside or back until began taking
tout Ae Heart Cure. I bad not taken it Tery
long untU I felt ranch better, and I can now sleep
on either ride or back without tbe least discom
fort. I bare no pain, smothering, dropsy, no wind
on stomach or other disagreeable symptoms. I am
able to do all my own housework without any
trouble and consider myself cured.
Elkhart, Ind.. Ib83. Mes. Eixntl HATCH.
It is now four years since I have taken any
medicine. Am in better health than I bare been
In 40 years. I honestly be- . . -a - s
lieve that Vr. 2IUt Xeie nllRtD
Heart Cure saved my life ,,l-,J'
and made me a well woman I am now 62 years
Of age, and am able to do a good day's work.
Uay 29th, 1891. Has. Elxiba. Hatch.
SOLO ON A POSITIVE QUARAHTCE.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
(fold oy I). J. Fry. druggmt, Salem
Newport, - - Oregon
Located on theBeach.two miles noitb
of Newport on Cave Cove, a beautifully
sheltered spot, wonderful scenery, sea
bathintr, fine drives to Cape Foul weath
er lighthouse. House new, rooms larg
and airy. Finest resort for families or
invalids. Open all winter. Term
moderate by day or week. Intending
visitors can drop a postal card to New
port aud be met by hack.
d-2 m Proprietor.
CONTRACTORS & PLA8TERER8.
Lave orders at OotUe-Parkanrst block joom
a, Ratem, Oregon.
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company.
cAiarouNiA xxrREsa train uto daily Br.
&'M a. m
Above trains stop at all stations irom
5J?r.5nll.,to,A,bl?y Inclusive; also atTanceut
Hhedd. Halsey. trarrtsburB.' Junction ulty
Irving. Eugene ana all stations from Ilottburg
to Ashland la elusive.
RfWEBUKO M A 1 L D A I I.Y.
11:17 a. m
Ar, I i.tu p. m,
Iit. 1:40 p. m.
Diuing Cars on Ogdea Route
PULLMAN BDFPBT SLEEPERS
Second Class Sleeping Cars.
Attached to al) through trains.
MSi'de OMsion, Between PorUu
IVAILT- raXCEPT DCNTJATI.
15 p. m. I
At Albany and iirvl!t nnni
tntnrf Oregon rVlftc lUllmad
To all rxilnu In the Ra.ttro Mates, iVuud
and turope ran be obutnrd at lowest rate
Irum W W. bKIN.NKK. A rent, KaUtr
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your attention to the necessity. J
GAILBORDEH EAGLE BBAND
Condensed Milk always on hand.
In the sick room or the nursery, in
the kitchen or on the breakfast
it is always ready for use.
Grocer and Druggist sell It.
Eagle Condensed Milk makes rich milk.
Bates, $&50 to $5.00 per Bay
The beat hotel between Portland ad Ban
franclsco. First-class tn all U appointments.
Its tables axo served jrtth the
Urewn tn the Wlllataette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
FOX THE IWWSTRiOUS'
U too wast work that Is pleasant aod pro II table,
and woattn bow to cant from SMCOQ per dsr to
aU.000 per year without having bad pre'lo""
experieaee.aad f itraUh the eoplojrmtDt at wblcn
lav davtilmft arAulfiv Hfat Ifk roar own IOCS.
Ity. warrcree yfn. lit, lie result or s few
work oftett eqnala a week's waares.
t unuwiu laansaaos ox sola nxr "s
ages. and. many bTa.Uid fouadatloas aat will
sanly bring tlteu riches. Soase oX tbe smartest
Bjen la this country owe tkeU saecess la IU
Ue start ctvta them waUa la oar employ rr
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sll by writing for it to-dj &ot te-nonaWr
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