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D4ILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
3V ttOKRl BHOTHBRSi
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 180sT
.il)V. OllO Year S3.00. In Arivnnco
M X)lly, Font Mouths $1 00. Iv Advnnoo,
weesuy-.! una Year z.UU, in Advance
, Tho mrmon at tlio Stato Unlvondty
K was preaohed by tho rector of Trinity
; Episcopal church Portland from tho
( "Work out your own palvatlon with
fear and trembling, for It Ih God which
worlceth in you, loth to will and to do
othi8 own good plcaHiirc." Phil. II,
If wan an nolo effort in tho way of a
religious dlHCourso, concluding with thin
This conception which InipliuH tho
boiugof God an tho source of all life, tho
motive power for all Bolf-devolonmont
' places God also at tho end of this de
velopment. When Paul said "Workout
your own salvation for God worketh
in you" ho also nald that HiIh willing
and doing was of God'B own pleasure.
, If tho question is asked "Wltut is the
, beginning of lifo?" Tho answer Is
"God." Hit is again asked "What
is tho end of life, its goal and blessing?"
Again wo answer "God." There is no
other conceivable object of human de
velopment than to grow toward God
until wo become more and more like the
son of God, "Do ye therefore perfect
even us your Father In heaven is per
, feet." Tho highest of lifo is the will
and pleasure of God, of love, witli lmp
piness and erfecliou combined.
The sermon reads almost like a Chris
tian Bolonco lecture.
Thrco hundred Hherlffs and other
hjuco otllcers representing many coun
ties of Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Ne
braska, Wyoming, Colorado, Missouri
und Kansas assembled at Ilurlhigton,
Iowa, for tho eighth annual convention
of tho lntor-Stiito Sheriffs' association.
President J.J. Tromjien, of Lincoln, In
calling tho gathering to order, congratu
lated tho members upon tho Increased
attendance nml upon tho effectual work
the membors of the association have ac
complished during tho last year in the
way of mutual aid in apprehending law
breakers. Tho convention will lie in
session two days, the mornings being do
voted to tho transaction of huslueHS
wlillo tho afternoons will be spent in
carriage rides, river excursions and a
visit to the Ft. Madison ponltuntlary.
I. STOMACH I
There Is noth
Hostett e r's
lers will BKNT
them uwiiy. It
failed to cure
cases. This Is
a fact notnn exocrlincnt. Try It.
In the convention hall of the Chicago
Beach Hotel today tho American Asso
ciation of Nurserymen iK'gati Its twenty
fourth annual meeting with a large at
tendance of representative nurserymen,
horticulturists anil others. After an
opening address by President A. I.
Hrooko the convention proceeded at once
to din digciisfiiou of matters relating to
their business. Tho proceedings will
continue two days during which time
the uiirsaryiuuii will listen to addresses
by Prof. Ii. 8. Goff, of the University of
Wisconsin, N. W. Hale, of Knoxvlllo,
Teiiii.. on "Tho Nursery IJushiess In the
Boiitlis" 8. M. Emurv. of Montana on
"The Ileal Attitude of Our Stato Hoard
of Agriculture," and Prof. H. J. Hunter,
of thu University of Kaumis, on "Our
Following paragraph Is Illustrative of
the tirostitution of an administration to
the protection of the Intsrosts of a men
"Julian Ilalpli lately contributed to
Harper's Weekly some extraordinary in
formation on the subject of our consular
service as he found It in the far east.
According to his story, the American
coiihiiI at iiotulmv had his olllco in the
headquarters of tho Standard Oil Con
puny; at Haku, on the Black sua, our
consul Is a straight ritamlnril Oil man
who considers it his chief duty to keep
Ids eye on the Russian oil wells there,
with a view to private business. Mr.
Ilalpli is not u sensational correspondent
whose statements are passed with in-
oredullty, and In this instance, at least,
he Is spccillc and seems to know what
he is talking about. Ills information is
lutorcstinir as showing thu wide and
comprehensive growth of the petroleum
mouoo1y, as well as for its political
suggestions."- Portland Oregonlan.
There is only one thing to he taken
'nlo consideration, that the above is
from a Republican paper
At Ixiudon in thu presence of a dlstln"
gulshed company, I'oultonay lllgolow
road a paper on "Tho Yankee Soldier,"
which attained ;add!tinnut Importance
from tho place whore it was delivered.
General A. M. Morris, commanding the
Woolwluh district, presided, and the
company, in addition to l.iuutonaut-Col-oncl
Well, the United Ktutes naval at
tache, Senator Wolcott, of Colorado, and
numerous ladies, Included many promi
nent military and naval olllcers, in all
about !I(X) persons.
Mr. Hlgolow'H address In brief was a
warm eulogy of tho American regular
troops and of thu raw material In volun
teers, but was a severe condemnation of
the "political element," which he de
clared governed all appointments and
contracts He said that on his ow u
pergonal knowledge, as a result of the
lack of organization and supplies before
tho first transport left Tampa, the
American army presented many feature
incident to a disastrous campaign. There
was, Mr. Illgolow added, a complete
breakdown of all the machinery for pro
viding soldiers with food and equipment
and the hotel was crowded with staff
ollicers "who were us helpless In their
now uniform as a clergyman in a con
Simple but impressive exercises were
hold today at liethlehom, Pa., in cele
bration of the one hundred and fiftieth
anniversary of tiie founding of thu
Moravian seminary for girls, commonly
known as liethlehom seminary, which
is the oldest school for girls in this
country. It was on January 5, 1741),
that the little institution opened with
sixteen scholars on the roll. The build
ing used at that time was today visited
by hundreds of atumnue who eumu from
New York, Philadelphia and other
places to honor their alma mater on the
occasion of her wisqul-eontonlal.
In addition to being the oldest female
seminary In the country tho school en
Joys the reputation of having educated
thu daughters of scores of families fa
mous in the early days of the republic.
Among the disteiiguished pupils who
have shared instruction at the seminary
a woman's half ir.
her glory- I'kc
ion, much of
Its beauty de
pend upon lier
Nine time in
ten a woman'
upon her local
health In a
It is an Ini
a woman to be
pretty or at
sir! Il.a t jaJtf l
iti . tin- hair anil the carriage will tell
the Htory when woman I nllinir It I
lmpoKiifile for a woman to be In Reed rcii
cral health when some local trouble Is con
tinually nauifinir at her nerves nnrt illsnr
ranging the natural functions of every orxan
of the body. I)r Pierce's I'avorlte Pre
scriptlon Is the best of all medicines for
women who suffer from local weakness
ami disease peculiar to their sex. It acts
directly on the delicate and Important
orRiius concerned. It makes them strong,
healthy, vigorous aud elastic. It allays in
flammation, hcnls ulceration, soothes pain,
tones and build up the nerve and ban
ishes the usual discomfort of the expec
tnnt months, It mkes baby's advent easy
aud almost painless. It enables every
organ of the body to perform it natural
functions without unnatural Interference
from a pain tortured nervons system. It
corrects all Irregularities, A woman who
i made well in thl way will recover her
natural beauty of form ami feature and her
natural amiability of character and temper,
Thousands of women have testified to it
merit. An honest dealer wilt not urge a
substitute for a little extra profit.
Mr. Undid CUtlc, of Iloutton, HI Croix Co ,
Wl write "Ism In good hraltli since I
luive takfii I)r I'lrrce'n favorite l'recrlptlon
gave birth to a uH pound Imy lat Juue He
is six moutlu old now and weigli ,V puumls."
How to preserve health and beauty are
told in I)r Pierce's Common Sense Medi
cal Adviser. It is free, l'or a paper-covered
copy send 31 one cent stamps, to covet
mailing only, cloth binding, 31 stamps,
Addles I)r K. V Pierce, llulTalo, N. Y.
are the daughter of John Jay, Chief'
.Justice 01 tno unitcu wintcs; Eleanor
J Lee, a grandnlece of George Washing
ton; Cornelia Greene, daughter of Gen
erul Nuthaniel Green, the nioeei of
Steven Girard aud a niece of Ktlinn Al
len. The Van Uonssolaors, the Have
meyer, Hoosovolts, Knickerbocker anil
many other famous old-timu fam
ilies also sent their daughters
to tnlH school.
The people of Oregon are seriously
liandicapH.'d when they want to bring
nliout a reform. The bosses nomiuato
tho legislators and when they recklessly
squander the public funds tiiero Is no
way for tho people to hold them respon
sible There Is no way for the facts of
the actual record of the legislature to
ho placed Imfore the people of Oregon
but by circulating the Round-up tables
prepared by Tiik Jontx.u.. The Ore
gonlan will not give the record of tlie
legislature because it is Republican.
Most of the country iipers ure "patent
Insldos" or "outwldos" and can only
give the local news. The newspaper
union that prints the other side will
not print this record of the rollcalls.
Tiiero is then no way to get the fact as
to how tho legislators voted on ques
tionable measures before the people ex
cept by these supplements to Tiik Joint
nm Thoy will be given to our readers
and circulated as far as this ofllco Is
able U do in every county of tho state.
Every copy should bo kept
under tho nose of a legislator
ades himself us a reformer
has not made a record that justifies it.
When the facts about thu lluaiicial
condition of the city of Halem were fully
placed before the people of Salem thli
strongly Republican city revolted at the
work of the bosses and put a non-parti-sun
citizens ticket Into olllco two to one
If tho facts about the last legislature can
bo got before the people of Oregon thoy
will revolt and sund up 11 different type
of men to make laws aud appropriate
money. Is it not Jlmo this were done
if taxes are to be reduced?
Tho Democratic State Central com
mittee of Maryland is In session today
for the purpose of deciding upon thu
date and place for holding tho state
nominating convention. As tho con
vention is called upon to nominate can
didates for governor, attorney general
and other state olllcers considerable
Interest Is manifested In the committee's
meeting. It now seems probable that
the contests for governorship aud other
nominations will he fought out 011 the
lloor of the convention- Tho recent
municipal victory In Ualtimore haH
gic ally animated the Democratic leaders
Contlnui"! iiu Third 1'wso,
M,l,lMf,tSMrni'1TTtr-w'','J'''B'"'''""" '' '" -
r-1 a r r ,' 1 si i v 1.
U. jjax JJ t-J-i- t --" -
AN UNFAILING SIGN THAT ;SS S
NATURE IS APPEALING &3Sbu
Cfl D U CI D muBt bo gotten rid or ; tnoy aro an urgent
rUn HuLli -a warning that oan not safely bo ignored.
time means moro than the annoyance- of painful bolls and
unsightly pimplos. If these impurlt ca are allowed to
remain, the system succumbs to any ordinary illness, and la
unablo to witliatand tho many ollinenU whloh aro bo
prevalent during spring and summer.
Mrs. L. Gentile, 2001 Second Avenue. Seattlo, wash.,
says : ' ' I was afflicted for a long time with pimples, whloh
were very annoying, as they diaflKured my face fearfully.
After using many othor remedies In vain. S. S. S. promptly
and thoroughly cloanscd my blood, and now I rejoico In
Q SKXXl complexion, wmuu i umci uuu v.u.vr.
Cant. w. II. Duniap, or mo a. u. o.
n. it.. Chattanooga, iunn,, wniw
" -- " V
.. rt ; I 1..II. I .A.l.nnlnB rfk fMtr linAtl tTIA. ClllHlIMP
ereat paiu and annoyance. My blood seemed to be in
a riotous condition, and nothing I took seemed to do
any good. Six bottles of S. S. S. cured mo completely
and my blood haa been perfectly pure ever since."
S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD
1. tv. t- v.1ai viinuW luu-iman It fa nurolr vccctable
and is the only ono that is absolutely freo from potash and mercury. It
nromntly purities tho blood and thoroughly cleanses tho Bystem, builds up
Iho eeneral health and strength. It cures Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer. Rheuma
tism. Tetter, Boils, Bores, etc., by going direct to tho cause of tho troublo and
forcing out all Impure blood. . ,.A , n ... .
Books froe to any addross by tho Swift Spoclilo Co., Atlanta, Ga.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
Mie Kind You Have Always Bought
A merciless cut in prices
A backward season, and consequently a more or less
sluggish business in spring ana summer clothing ne
cessitates this move.
To clear out every spring, and summer suit in the
next 30 days and
Prices will do it.
These suits are all new goods and our spring sales
have taught us that they are good values at regular
prices, 6.50 $7 $7. SO $8 8.50 and 9 Suits.
w. Johnson & Go..
257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
Dr J. F. Cook, the Botanical Speci
alist, Suoeeods Whore Others
To whom it may cencern:
This Is to certuy inai. ncrum "
ncr, of .Mt.Angei precinct, .mwiuii iw'
ty, Oregon, has suffered from a cancer
ous Krowtn m me leiicur iui ii i...
". rri. ......... tl. irm mil mil . tw Ice and
burned out once by Albany Physicians.
lut tlie growtn came ut ""'.'
as ever, aim pameu nur ou . ""
she had to bo taken from school. Alter
tlnee week's treatment uy in. d. i.
-....i. f u,.ii, nminin. tlm Ilotanlcal
Specialist, the growth entirely disap-
tieareu, nnu at in is uaie,,iour mu"
since treatment was begun, thegrowtli
has not reajipeared, and the ear lias en
tirely healed leaving only the scars in
dicted by tho Albany doctors.
1 hereby certifv that tho above state
ment is absolutely true, and that Ber
tha P Conner, the person mentioned
In the allldavit. bus resided in my fam
ily since early childhood, bearing the re
ationihip to'meof niece.
II. C. I.o.vi.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this eighth day of June, 1899. W. .
Hall, county clerk of Marlon county,
The Geo, M, Bcclcr
Always to the front with best
rates und policies lu the leading
We v. Ill shoe your horse, build or
repair your wagon or Implements
Being located to stay our patrons
have u guarantee Unit our work will
be sntlbfuctory. Simp 100 Cliemeketii
street. Tcleohone 2703. 4-1 tf
All people aro hereby notified that a
tux on ltazors of 23c for retempering
Is now on and can be paid at tho shop
of Sim 11. White and Co. at High
street, opposite the Court House.
There is only one place
in town to get a
If you are n stranger, aik
your neighbor, he will tell
you to go to W.W.JOHNS
Jus' bank of the Red Fionl
Urug btore. 4-i5d wlm
Steam Dye Works.
No. HO Commercial street,
opposite Willamette hotel.
Ladles' und gentlemen's
clothing cleaned, dyed, re
paired und pressed. Fine
blankets cleaned or dyed
and nicely finished. Kid
gloves cleaned, lUc; dyed
Do you want woric, or need help
or any kind? Apply at once.
Property to rent. Raglster
283 Commeiioial Stkbet, Salkm.
Kurtz & Hamilton
98 COURT STREET.
Make a specially of nil kinds of
Sheet. Steel und Galvanized Iron
worknoflng nod guttering, ii fuij
line or Pumps und pump thtlnus.
Prompt work und reasonable prices.
Wc carry In stock tho Fairbanks
wind mill. Call and see us before
irlvlng your order ror mill or tank.
PROMPT WORK AND LOW PRICES
RED FRONT LIVERY
First-Class Feed and Boarding
101 COMMintOJAL STKEKT.
Wm. ULLREY, Prop.
Best Pigs, for Commercial Men
Htnblcs In name block Hotel Wlllumutto.
UPSafe teams and comrortable rlg
mi mulct mm lamny onyiutf a spec
ialty. Horses boarded by day, week
or month and best or .sntisfnctlou
guaranteed. .j u
Salem Preparatory School.
neauiiuaneis iut oueeil UUUrs, IilO., summer term oihiiis July 5 1B!I9.
'I III! I Aft. n.. kb. ... ll. "
Uu. Held and poultry fence i Normal and High school. 4 00
and shingles at lowest prices. Common and Higher Grades' 3 00
SALttM kknoic WOKK3, j Helow 7th GradoT ...2 60
...." WALTEUMoni.KY.Pnip, I A. J'Qaii'iVvii' M A
.U.15 NBmicBtAif iorim lirincipol.
Af ,w Itll .km., 'iTtABV- ' iTA'
fi . " ir
Jons Lvef Binder
Two Ih.rsos Pull tho Llght.IUinnlng Jones hover Hinder with tho aid or,.
UYur Power oasior than throo liumvH wn pull othor Hinders. It has tin
sUnpliwtnuHl only mint Knottw known. oiiIh only ono winl and wmius loii
wluo Uwi any other Kuotur ,
Tho bout vehicle made, with uxlosof ludlaim Hluek lllekury, spoWs o
wound growthlndlana White Oak, mid Hub tronted by a iwtout prooel
WM&) prevents chocking, itow, oil soaked folloo and wide IwvuhodfO tiros
wfilgji !aakotiiobindebakoroutoary wkuij on ourili.
Gar-Scott Enginos and Threshers.
Uneiiiiallod for durability, eouenlonco,elletlvtf power and flue workniun.
ship. A man who buys it Gear-Scott ouglno knows ho is gottlug tho host in
j MMC Carry The best line
I of goods in the market.
JOiNBS LEVER HINDER AND MOWERS. THE CELE-
BIIATBD STUDHCKER WAGON'S, CARRIAGES, QUG
g GIBS TA1S, HACKS AND CARTS.
The can ion clipper plows, disc and peg
tooth harrows, superior disc, hoe, and
press drills and seeders. wli carry extras
por all the above machinery.
Gar-Scott and J. l. Case threshing ma
chines AND ENGINES.
Call and see us when in want op farm ma
cainery and we will save you money.
E F. PARKHURST & CO,
Canton Disc Flow
Made on solen Hie principles. No experiment. Has Iwen tlioranulilv
ed and wli do Its work equally well In hard or sort ground It wifl
ir wliere all others rail, and do double the work or a couiunn plow
tA Bx&&ey- ca vi-esjKfli
W H fj&T& - ' -v ,s
Ti u vMviiriir-ss-AJLsJf -w"---' v
TXz&ifi, ill "T.B
"S-- SfSW ""WeS'&S
Wrue. rmm r,oek weight.
' wing up m Stan in f rass.
: Adjoining the Brewery, Salem, Or,
Tl JOB RAK TP?
IDT TvT-r- VtoY0..v.A'VV
I 4 Ll-jrl vl f ..' ui J&""nX&fUJ
eari-iagcs, Carts, Surries, Traps, Hacks, Spring Wagons, etc, in a hundred different styles. These goods arc all the best of their kind and defy co "" tit'