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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOI1ER 23, 1000.
liT&l vE I O I
The Local Papers Modestly
Refrain From Being Puffed
Up About It
The Eugene Guard Friday tells of
.a man being found dead drunk on the
northbound passenger, as it stopped
in that thriving city. The Guard
also says that tue u.D. was taken
from the train loaded into a hack
(dispite the fact that he was already
loaded) and taken to the Jail. Here!
the story ends, so iar at least as
the Guard is concerned. To the out
side world that is tho world out-
side of Eugene, the story has a pa
thetic as well as an amusing side.
It shows to what straits our neighbor
Is reduced, when it has to Import a
drunken man from Roseburg, to
maintain the reputation fof hospital
ity of its city lockup. Just why Eu
gene wanted to keep him is a mys
tery. In most of tho valley towns a
cold hearted city recorder tells all
such to move on. It exports them,
and the city jail is cold, gloomy and
Inhospitable. They are introduced
to the rock pile, and treated with
ignominious contumely. Not. so
with Eugene! It extended to their
weary Willie its hospitable arms Im
pressed a delivery wagon, and escort
ed him with all tho pomp and pano
ply permissable in civic life, to the
city building, the city's one, lone,
and yet most distinguished guest.
The Guard with becoming modesty
refrains from elaborating on the
event; or giving tho program In de
tail. It is rumored, however, that
when tho glnd tidings circled round
that thoro was a real old fashion
booze-flghtor loaded to tho guards,
(not tho papers) with the genuine
old-time coflln varnish, holding down
a cot in the city bastile that there
was a regular hegira in that direc
tion. Those who had suffered from
aridity of the thorax for many weary
moons hung hopefully nround tho
jail corridors, wnlting for tho gentle- brother, and It Is well ho didn't,
man to recover sufficiently from thegontiomen 0f the jury, T say It is well
Roseburg jag to show himself. Theyjthat ho didn't, for it was this man
came by ones and twos up tho side McFadden that defended tho brother
streets and down the back alleys of witness, and with a lawyer Uko
some eve"n boldly tackling tho main thati T saXi Wth n lawyer Uko that
thoroughfares, all moved by one,i,nf w Pnuld. I say. what elso
grand patriotic purpose, to look onco could ne do but go to tho ponlton
agaln upon a jag of full grown pro- tiary." Corvallis Times.
portions and ' artistic creation; a
masterpiece, from tho great world Mr. and. Mrs. Thomas Golden left
outside of Eugene, tho edge of which this morning for Portland, to bo with
reached as near to It as Roseburg. tho latter's sister, Miss Leona Pen
Never slnco Roderick Dhu has land, who will undergo a serious
there been a more "spirited" gather- operation at tho hospital today.
Tho Kind You Have Ahvnys,Boughty mid which has been
iu uso .for over 30 years, has borno tho sisriiataro of
IJy-z. sonal supervision Blnco Its Iiilancy.
CCCU4i Aiinwno one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Justns-p;ood"ar' but
Experiments that triilo ivith and endanger tho lie .a of
Qfimta and Children Experience ngainst Expen &iU
What is CASTORIA
Castorte s a harmless substitute Cor Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops mid Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. Ifc
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is ita guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fevorlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething: Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giiing healthy and natural sleep,
Tho Children's Pauacea- the Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
le KM You Em Always Bought
in Ue For Over 30 Yeart.
lin nmMmmrm.imiT, "
Dangerous cougns. Extreme y perilous couch
Coughs that rasp and tear the throat and lungs'
Coughs that shake the whole body. You need
a regular medicine, a doctor's medldne? for
such a cough. Ask your doctor about Ave?!
Ster"101 for,he vere cases. 7
thBro?..i..."A"J"e Puoiirt j.o.
in? of the clans and like the fol
lowers of that iiumortnl chleftlan
they forgot everything else at the
But. alas; jag3 are of the earth
earthly, Eugene could keep the man
but the jag is beyond the reach of
man or law. The man who carried
it could be kept but in the course of
a few hours the jas had flown, leav
ing behind to all except Its owner a
tender recollection, and a sadness
born of re-awakened memories.
IX JUDGE FULLEUTOX'S TIMR
An Incident of Circuit Court, Where-
in Ben Harden Wns Equal to
Judge McFadden tells it himself,
and with keenest appreciation of the
wit in the incident, though the Joke
was on himself. It was in the case
In the Summit shooting scrape years
ago, wherein a man named McCaleb
was involved, and McVeigh was a
witness. Judge McFadden was con
ducting the examination on one side .visitors toyour cltyi" '
and Ben Hayden on the other. The Dr. and Mrs. Wnllaco themselves
Corvallis lawyer was endeavoring to came to Oregon City because of its
"destroy the testimony of McVeigh I historic Interest. They had rend
and with considerable- success, as Mrs. Eva Emery Dye's book "Mc
usual. ' Loughlln and Old Oregon;" being
"Isn't it a fact," ho asked of Mc- at Portland camo to this1 city to
Veigh, "isn't it a fact that your meet tho author of the book thnt had
brother served a term of three years given them so much pleasuro, and
lin the penitentiary?"
"Yes," tho witness was forced to Loughlln lived and worked,
reply. Under Mrs. Dye's guldnnco they
"That's all," said the Judge with saw the craves of Dr. Loughlln and
a significant tone of volco and a his wife. Tho great pioneer of this
significant look at tho jury. Pacific northwest, founder of Bur-
By aud by it camo Mr. Hayden's.lington, Iowa, as well as our own
time to refer to tho Incident, and tho city, was burled in St. John's church
foxy old lawyer was equal to tho yard in 1S57, and threo years later
occasion. "Now, this man McFadden his Indian wife was laid beside him
has referred to the fact that a bro
ther of McVeigh has been In tho
penitentiary," he said, "i say this
man McFadden Is trying to prejudice
this jury, to prejudice this Jury, I
say, against Mr. McVeigh. Like an a speaking llkeless of Dr. Mcbougu
honest man that he Is, I say, Mr. Mc-' lin. The old homo Is fully described
Veigh admits that his brother did ( In Mrs. Dye's book. Tho front room
spend three years In tho peniten-;on tho loft on tho largo hall is whoro
tiary. Like the honest man that ho tho old man died. It still contnins
Is, I say, ho admits this, but there, tho old-fashioned fire-place. Across
is one question that tho man Mc- ( tho hall was his wife's sitting room,
Faddon did not nsk. Ho did not ask. 'The narrow "colonial" windows on
I say, this man McFadden did not ench sldo of tho front door enmo
noL- i, wirnnss wlm defended his
has been inailo under Ills pcr-
The Old House of Dr. Mc-
Loughlln at Oregon City
The old homo of Dr. McLoughlln
at tho head of Main street, opposite
the woolen mills, is being remodeled
into a moro convenient and modern
house. Parts of the house that were
brought from England aro being
taken out and replaced' with new
parts. How this Is regarded by
strangers was shown Thursday, when
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Wallace, of
Los Angeles, visited tho old homo
during a tour to points of historic
Interest nbout our city. "Nothing
less than sacrilege," said Mrs. Wal
lace, "and I am surprised thnt the
citizens here do not take steps to
preservo their historic places both
as a matter of duty and .prldo, and
for financial reasons as well, for I
am suro such places attract many
jto see tho plnces whero tho great Mr-
His stone bears this lnsclptlen: "A
friend of Oregon and founder of
In tho church a stained glass win
down dedicated to his memory gives
from England when tho house was
built. It Is a two story framo build
ing with broad stops from tho street
to tho door. Oregon City Stnr.
Saturday was tho banner day of
tho present fishing season on tho
lowor river. Over 7000 fish wero ic
colved tho ncjet morning at tho can
nery in Bandon, not to mention near
ly as much delivered nt tho Prosper
concern at tho same time, flolman
& Patterson caught 1000 at one haul
Saturday, but tho greatest haul so
far for this year was by JSrlekson
Uros,, who ensnnred betweon Itiuti
and 1700 of tho flnnles into their
seino at one swoop. A picture was
taken of Ott Willard, his crew
and their floating paloce. the Ante
lope, together with two scow
weighted with salmon, as the fleet
camo to anchor In Blent of nnndon
Sunday morning. Tho plcturo was n
good one, biit tho' camera succumb
ed to tho awful bombardment. nan
don Recordor. (
8100 Howard, 810:
Tho reaJers of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that thoro Is at
least one dreaaea aiseaso mm
sclcnco has been able to cure In all
Its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hail's
Catarrh Curo Is tho only positive
euro now known to tho medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a constitu
tional diseases, requires a constitu
tional treatment- Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken internally, acting di
rectly upon' tho blood and mucous
surfaces of the systoin, thereby de
stroying the foundation of tho dis
ease, and giving tho patient strength
by building up the constitution and
assisting nature In doing Us work.
The proprietors have so much faith
In Its curative powers that they otfer
One Hundred Dollars for any case
that It fails to cure. Send for list
Address: F, J. Cheney & Co., To
Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stlpation. O '
"Yes, my collleague played mo a
low-down trick," declared Senator
"How was that!"
"Just as I began to interest the
plala people by riding la the afreet
cars, ha begaa to walk." Hourtas
-:- CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT-:-
For Sale Parker shotgun, hammer
less, 1C gauge; Winchester car
bine, 25-35, peep sights, both guus
nearly now. Llewellon sotter, well
broke. W. E. Connor, Wlllametto
For Sale or Trade Owing to poor
health, I will either sell or trado
at a bargain my confectionery
store at 12 C South Commercial
street. G. W. Morrow. 10-12-lm
For Sale or Trutle. Stock and dairy
ranch of 1G0 acres, on C. C E.
railroad, one-half mile from town,
nbout 100 acres cloared and in pas
turo. Now coven-room house,
bnrn, sheep sho'ds; orchard, out
range, springs running tho year
round. If you want a good ranch,
this is tho one. Apply to Robert
Tassoll, Elk City, Or. 9-2S-lm
For Sale. Choico Franquctto and
Mnyetto walnut trees. Guaran
teed truo to name. A. E. Au
frnnc, 1S09 South Commercial
street, Salem, Or. 10-5-tt
-or item Fivo room houso,
S03 North Liberty street.
Light housekeeping Rooms for Rent.
Inquire at 4G1 North High
For. Rent. -Furnished and unfur
nished rooms at 790 North Com
mercial St. M. A. DIco, Prop. G-l-tf
For Rent Soven-room houso, bnBO
mont, well water piped In. Call
at 5G0 High street. A. Schrlober.
l'lwiso Pay Up All who owo mo
will pleaso pay at onco, as 'I can
not further dolny settlement. F. A.
At Mrs. C. II. Walkers 221 Com
mercial street, you can got your
Clothes, dyed, cleaned, pressed or
ropalred. Anything from a pair
of gloves to tho most olnborato
silk gown. Volvot collars put on,
and all goods paid for If injured.
llutto & Wcndcruth. Flno wines
liquors and cigars. Wo lmndlo tho
colcbrnted Kellogg nnd Castle
whiskies. Cool and rofroshlrig beer
constantly on draught. South Com
mercial streot. 9-3-lyr
Bnleiu Iron Work. Foundors, ma
chinists nnd blacksmiths. Manu
facturers of. nil kinds of sawmill
machinery. Hop and fruit drying
stoves, etc. Manufacturers of tho
Salem Iron Works Hop Proas.
It Is worth moro than nny other
bread, yet tho price is no hlghor. For
snlo at your grocer's -
Thomas & Cooloy, Props.
A I. tlio Old Htiuid Sam Casio an
nounces that ho Is still at tho old
ttnnd, nt tho fair grounds, pre
pared to break or train horses for
road or track. Prices reasonnbio,
and satisfaction guaranteed. Also
flno road horse for salo. 10-12-tf
SALEM HOP DEALERS.
era In hops, Salem, Oregon. Phone
121. Ofllco over Salem State
Dank, 115 Commercial street.
O. C. Donovun Hop merchant; rep
resents best firms In America. Cor
ner Commercial and Stato streets,
Salern. Phono Main 137.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
rjZJTia TaiffiPIIONBKUMBBR OF
TUB KED FEONT STABLES
M. L. IIABKOD, PROPRIETOR, 271
The Fashion Stables
Formerly Simpson's Stablee,
Up-to-date livery and cab line.
' Funeral turnouts a specialty. Tally
bo for picnics and ezeursiosi, Pbosc
44. CHAS. W YANNKK, Prop.
247 aad 240 High Street.
OFFICE CITY HALL.
For water service apply at efilee
Bills, payable isoatbly 1b advance
Make all eosaplalats at ibe office.
SASS AND tfOO fAiJiSkxMT
Txttk. SC Brews. Manufacturer of
atb, dxr, moulding. All klsds ef
bouse Units aid hard weed wefk.
Frosi etreet, bet. State as4 Court.
S JF. SJJTJ-t-Jc
wmm r Jim 4J
anted. At tho Snlom dyo works,
Immediately, a first-class pressor,.
woman preferred, 221 South Com
merclnl St. 10-2 3-3t.
AVnntviI Traveler .for .established
houso; $12 por week. Exponaos
advanced. Roforcuccs. Address,
with Btnmp,J. A. Alexander, Sa
lem, Oregon. 10-22-lt
Wanted. Energotlc, trustworthy
man or womnn to work in Orogon,
representing largo manufacturing
compnny. Salary $50 to ?90 por
month, pnld weekly. Expenses
advanced. J. II. Moore, Salem,
Agents Wnntcd. Agonts, mnlo or
fomnlc, niako big money soiling
lour goods. Write for cntnloguot
If you want to buy for your own
use, our prices will astonish you.
United Manufacturers- Mail Order
Co., 127 Front street, Now York
Wnntcd. A plnco whero a young
boy can work for his board and
room and go to school. Address
Wlllnmotto Univorslty. 9-24-tf
jost. Fox torrlor pup. Answors to
nnmo of "Dob." Roturn to E, J.
Daly, Wlllamotto Hotel. 10-22-3t
Lost Hotwcon Snlom aud Shorldnn
a 22 Winchester ropeator rifle.
Sultablo roward for roturn of
sumo to this olllco. 10-15-2w
foresters or America Court uuorwooi
Forostors, No, 10, Moots Tuesday Is
Hurst hall,lUto stroot, U. 8. Bider,
O. K.J A&ffi;c-wn, F. S.
Central Lodfjfe. 18, K. of P. Castle
Hall In Herman block, eorcor State
and Liberty stroots. Tuesday of each
weqk at 7:30 p. in. J. O. Graham, C.
C,; W. I. Staley, K. of It. and 8.
Modern Woodmen of America. Ore
gon Cedar Camp No. 3240. Moots
ovory Thursday evening at B o'clock
In Holmnn hall. W. W. Uill, V. 0 ;
F. A. Turner, Clerk.
Woodmen of World. Meet ovory Fri
day night at 7:30, In Iloltnan hall.
F. R. Capper, C. C. P. L. Frnzlor,
Successor to Whlto
CummlnB, oxpross, dollvory and
transfer lino. Prompt sorvlco Is
our motto. Furnlturo nnd piano
moving a spoclalty, Stand nt 150
South Commercial streot. Phono
175. Residence phono DOS. 8-4-tf
Musical Studio. Frank E. Churchill,
Musical Studio, associate toachor
Wostorn Conservatory, Chicago,
III., ropresontlng Intor-Stnto Sya
toin nt Salem, Oregon, Diplomas
granted upon completion of course
In tho opora Houso building,
rooms 8 and 9. Studio hours, 9
to 12, and 2 to 5, 0-8-tf
1''. K. Newberry. Qrndunto Chicago
Mimical College pup.ll of Rudolph
Gunz, two years with Wlllnmotto
Univorslty, has oponcd muslo stu
dio, rooms 0 nnd 10, In I. O. O. F.
Tomplo. Hours 9 to 5. Ruslnosa
hours 1 to 3. 10-17-
..and dentist, 33 years' experience
All work guaranteed. Difficult sur
gical operations a specialty. Pboat
681. Office at Club Stablea. Phone
7, Salem, Oregon. 3-0-tf
Theo, M. Ilrr Plumbing, hot water
and steam houting and tinning,
1C4 Commercial atroot. Phone
Main 102. 9-1-ly
M. J. retxe-l Plumbing, steam and
gas fitting. 8ucccor to Knox A
Murphy, 220 Commo-clal itreet,
'Phone Mala 17.
A. L. Fraxer 8ucceor to Durrougbi
& Prase r, plumber and tinner, Mina
fncturer of eoppf? and galvanized
Iron cornice, and metal skylights,
105 S'ate itreet. 'Phono 1511.
vlllfl, Mo., under founder of ote
patby. Room 21 Dreytaaa bldg.,
Commercial street. PhoBe 87, Reii
dence COO State, eor. Cburefa, Pbont
1110. Treats acute asd chronic dls
eases. ExatnlBatleae free.
Dr. W. L. Mere. Graduate of KJrka
vllle. Mo., uader feasder of eeteo
patby, Kpowi 23-24 Brewsa Udg
Ceaer!al Si. Pboae 919. Xetl
des 419 Vtik tfefluser etreet.
Pkese C14. Treaia eeste aa4 ckresl
Mee. stamlMtles ttf
Evans' ltnrber Shop. Tho only first-
class barber shop on Stato street;
everything now nnd up to date.
Finest porcelain boths In the city,
Shaving 16c, halrcUttlng 26b,
, baths 25c. Two first-class boot
blacks. C. W. Evans, prop. 8-9
Lincoln Annuity union. blelc, acci
dent and ponslon Insuranco; 2,
000,000 plcdgod; ovory claim paid.
Good agonts wanted. J. II. O.
Montgomery, supremo organizer,
Dox 432 Salem, Orogon. It. It.
Ryan, secrotnry, 54 G State Btroet.
NEW AND SKCX)"NDIIA"NI POODST
Now nnd Second-IIainl Gooda,
.Bought nnd sold, also rangee,
stoves nnd cooking utotiBlls, dlsa
cs, grnnlto nnd tinware of all kinds
Qlvo us a call. O. L. MoPook, 17,0"
South Commercial St. 8-13-ly
E. M. KIGUTLINGER,
Machinist and Manager.
178 South Liberty St.
WE 11UIL1) ANYTHING THAT
CAN HE MADE FROM IRON Oil
STEEL. NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS
General Repairing Solicited
Vetch and ,
Tillson & Co.
151 High rtj
Use?. . .
B. B. B Flour.
Ask yoar grocer for tt.
TID3 TOWN OXIEK.
Couldn't mnko an announcomeat
that would plcaio the public better
than wbon wo tell them that their
laundry work will ho dono to perfec
tion and the Salem Btcatn Laundry
can't bo compotod with anywhere la
the country for the perfection of !tt
work oa linen, illlrs or woolens. We
defy competition In thli line, because If
4bere were any hotter ruetboda we
wonld have them at once. Try the
Salem Steam Laundry. Frlces right
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY.
Colonel. J, Olmstead, Prop.
PHONE 25. 130460 S. Liber? St
White House ,
GEORGE BROS. Proprs.
Ia prepared 'to accomodate any
sized crowd at any time of the
day or night.
Phone Main 190 State St.
Meals sorrcd at all hours.
H. S. Gilc & Co.
Wholesale Grocers and Com
In tho market at all time for
dried fruit and farm produce of all
kinds. , ,
Wo have for sale a few apple par
lag and slicing wacklaee; eulet
for & lrg dryer? will wake a low