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jjUUSD GENERAL NEWS
Account of Doings in City and
SOME COMPUOMISE WANTED.
. bir Useful Suggestions to Doctor
Ed. Jeukal: There seems to be
h'n. bitter antagonism to the
third party nnd its methods, that
me effort at compiimiiou umuu8
the friends of prohibition should bo
,Jje. Lovers of the cause are loath
to lose the help of 17,000 votes who
stayedaway irom iuu pons nisi, iiui,
nd of 9,000 more, who were offend-
.i for snmo cause iiuu uwu ic-
M a a i r aIp n y
Biained at home. Such was Dr.
Driver's plain talk in the lecture lie
ehereou Friday night. "SVlry
cannot these 26,000 men be cemented
into a "unit", the' same.lns "the
M.irv unit." mentioned by J. W.
Watts in tho Oregoninn of June 2d?
The 3,000 third party friends who
voted, were by Bro. Driver's ad
mission, a part of the 20,000 votes
cast for the amendment lastNovem
her. With these to play on there
would be a possible voting force of
innn. Now. surely, there is as
wide a field for the God given plan
of work as there ever was. Surely
third party followers are ns easily
Induced to vote right ns nny others.
Let me adduce an example of Dr.
Driver's unit work, as shown by the
whisky men of Oregon at the- last
two elections. The state being
largely republican there has been
successively for two elections, a su
preme judge whose platfprm was
old anti-sumptuary put on the bench.
But Bro. Watts .said, "divided we
fall." How is it that tho whisky
combination reverses this time-honored
adage, and makes it read "di
vided we stand?" Their forces are
inboth the old parties. Herein is
the secret of their .work. "While
there are two parties only, It is easy
enough for them to flop overs vYptes
enough in states or counties, nearly
oenly divided, to elect men friendly
to their interest. And they do Itj n
practice the lovers of God's plan have
not yet adopted. The intervention
of the prohibitionists confuses this
game, which accounts for the un
stinted abuse heaped on it. Tho
saloon men know who mean blood.
Surely Dr. Driver, if he is tho ab
stinent man he professes to be, and
the lover of morality we expect, to
see in a preacher, ought to, feel as
friendly toward the third party
brethren ns toward those of the par
ty with a whisky platform.wbbm ho
declares he will never support, '!so
help me, God." Why not let the
good work go on? "What is the Use
ofhavinganarmy of the Lord offi
cered with the devil's men? Will
Bros. Watts and Driver show us any
good reason for keeping our forces
under the command of parties hav
ing such a unit of power? What is
the meaning of Paul's expression
"Come out from among them," but
that of concentrating of influence!
Temperance workers, beware of
wise philosophy! It is true that di
Mdedus are tho saloon forces in the
democratic and republican parties,
they stand. They arc true to thplr
professions, while the avowed lovers
prohibition nro not, and they
snow it. IJuta small amount of
perception is necessary to discern
tne fact that party success IK first,
and prohibition after, with many
wno deprecate the use of political
toachinery in briuging about re
form. The prohibitory laws of
Jialne, Kansas and Iowu aro not due
to nonpartisan work alone. They
? carried at a. time when the
whisky element wna lulled in
JMcled security; when tho dogma
"wt "prohibition does not prohibit'
w i believed. But the salooa men
will not repeat their mistake. In
Lexas, Michigan, Tennessee and Or
Vm that party was alert when an
"nendment was submitted, and
wowing that the third party meant
usiuess, it defeated the reform
wvement by its well known meth
"u Of controlling votes.
"roe. Driver and Watts, don't let
wose 3,000 shadowy affiliates neu
"was tho efforts 0f oqou braves,
"jaded by such veterans as your
siveu, u G. W. Powell.
Salem, June 4th.
The funeral of .tho late" Mrs.
AsathaHalley will, take place to
fornw (Weduesday) at 10 a. in.,
"Ww the residence, 4 miles riftrth of
n, instead of the- Baptist rfiurch.
7 Interment "will bo In Lee
2ou cemetery. Friends are
Eugene Malo, a native of England
admitted to full eitiwraship
y, and Jacob Mualhaupu, a
dwkred his Intention of be-ComlflSacltbiein.
NEARIXG THE END
The Oregon and California Now Un
der That Company's Control.
Says the Portland News of to-day
In tho United States Circuit Court
yesterday Judge Deady made an or
der In the caso of the Southern Pa
cific railroad vs. the Oregon & Cali
fornia Railroad et al. dismissing bill
and discharging receiver ; also refer
ring accounts toGeorgeH. Durham,
master, to audit, etc. This was the
suit originally brought by Harrison
et al. against tho Oregon & Califor
nia Railroad Company to recover
mortgages held against that road.
A few days ago an order was made
by Judge Deady in which the
Southern Pacific road was substitu
ted in place of plaintiff's, Harrison
et al., for the reason that they hnd
bought up and held most of tho
mortgages against tho Oregon &
California. Tho order made yester
day, dismissing the suits, virtually
takes the road out of Receiver Koe
hlcr's hands and places It under the
control and management of the
Southern Pacific Company.
Board of Trade to-night.
Fruit Ice cream, at Strong & Co.'s.
Call on Winters & Thomas for the
best groceries in town.
Painless, dental operations at Dr.
T. C. Smith's, 92 State street.
Cream soda, ice cream soda, milk
skakes, lemonades, at Strong & Co.'s.
Coal bus been discovered near
Sweet Home, Llrin county.
Co. C, 2nd regiment, gives an ex
cursion to Portland on the 9th.
C. D. Gabrielsen, wife nnd child,
went to Vancouver, W. T., this
Rev. P. S. Knight went to Van
couver, W. T., this morning, to
visit his mother.
Pleasure lovers should remember
Reilly and Wood's big show which
appears here on, the Oth.
Mr. Griffith, of Miles fllty,. Mon
tana, came up overland from Cali
fornia, and is at tho Monroe house.
Rev. F. P. Tower, financial ngent
of tho Willamette university, has
returned from an extended tour of
Eugcner Willis was unanimously
continued as, the assignee of the
baukrupt stock of A. Mayer, by the
There, will bo n meeting of the
musical alumnao. of the Willamette
university, at 650 o'clock p. m. to
day, at the home of Miss Maggie J.
Cosper ; by order of the presidont.
A slaughter sale of the bankrupt
goods of A. Mayer is announced in
our columns. Bargains will bo
mado to those who can avail them
selves of the opportunity. The
entire stock must be closed out.
The last issuo of tbo Silverton Ap
peal began tho nintli volume of that
prosperous sheet. Its proprietor, H.
G. Guild, is working faithfully to
give his patrons a good paper, and
wo are pleased to see that his efforts
are liberally encouraged.
The Sp&sm Abated.
Periodically, and sometimes often-
si. 41m smimmr (a antvnil Tulfll nri
VI, IUU VUUUUJ 0 DV4AWM ?.&
election spasm, tho effects of which
arc so paralyzing, that the ordinary
offices of life nro neglected. This
state has been thus afflicted, and
while tho attack lasted, newspapers
and politicians could talk about
nothing but tho tax oh wool, the
evils of tho rum traffic and the per
fidy of Cleveland. Yesterday tne
patient reached tho climax. It was
taken with a convulsion wnicn
lasted nearly all day, but tho vio
lence abated about six p'clock. A
council of doctors was held inwhich
a summing up of the attack was
tnii nnd tho natleut nasseu a
quiet night To-day a plight rest
lessness is apparenty but otherwise
i, mninilv fa nvor. Wo mav now
look fora return to tho ordinary af
fairs or lire.
Dlcknu (o A.rertlse 0rr$on.
Charles Dickens Jr., was greatly
pleased with thcniaunerwith which
he was treated In Oregon. As a
method of showing his gratitnde, he
has requested Will G. Steel to for
ward to him In England, from time
to time, such pictures nnd descrip
tions of bits of Oregon scenery as Mr.
fitil mnv consider appropriate.
These will be published in "All the
Year Rounds a poriomcaicaueauy
Mr. Dickens. This will 1 ft good
advertlaoniout for Oregon, Mr.
Dickons sai4 ho would like to6ec the
nmn AiimatA in winter, as the
weather while he was bore reminded
bun bo muoh Of England Bo he
lite family will come back in aboutJ
two years and stay here ror Bevenu
WORKED LIKE A XEW BROOM.
Tho Republicans Sweep Things Clean,
Gains All Out the Stste.
A great deal of interest hns boon
taken in the result of tho election of
yesterday, and while it was thought
last night that the republicans had
been successful, not oven the most
hopeful in that party dared expect a
result as full of cheer as is bulletined
in to-day's report.
Tne latest from the state is that
Hermann will have a majority of
fully 3500, while tho republicans
have made large gains all over tho
The republicans have elected
everything in Marion, Multnomah,
Douglas, Lane, Polk, Benton nnd
Yamhill counties, and have elected
part of their ticket in Umatilla,
Linn and Jackson counties. In
Umatilla and Jackson, the republi
cans gain a representative each, and
tho same is reported from Union,
Baker and Clatsop counties.
In this county every man on the
republican ticket is elected by no
,less than 100 majority, nud from
that to 250 majority. The legislature
will be from 12 to 20 repub
lican on a joint ballot Tho repub
licans aro exceedingly jubilant, as in
no county is there reported a loss,
as compared with the vote of two
years ago, and in all counties de
cided galus aro made. The prohibi
tion vote failed to materialize
in the numbers prophesied
for it, and it will be a factor in
politics in this state, no more.
Iu the accompanying table, is given
tho vote as far as received, although
all precincts have been heard from,
In a sufficient measure to estimate
the, general majority. As a demo
cratic leader remarked to a Journal
reporter, ",T,ho democrats have met
the enemy, and they aro his'n."
A Market for Fruit.
It has been successfully, demon
strated that the Willamette, valley,
can produce as fine and finer 'faults
than any place In tho world. It
now becomes necessary to ensfcabout
for some means of disposing of the
fruit wo shall raise. No one who has
investigated tho matter has any
fears that the Eastern market,
will take all we can supply. The
question arises, liow shnll wo pre
pare it for market? Tho farmer who
has several acres of apples, prunes,
pears or plums should bo prepared
to dry his fruit. We recently asked
Dr, Reynolds what dryer ho uses for
his prunes and plums. Ho informed
us' that he is usingNo. 5, Jory dryer,
manufactured here in Salem by our
fellow townsmen H. S. Jory & Son.
Ho further stated that in his opin
ion it is, tho most practicable dryer
yet made. Last fall the writer visit
ed the nursery and orchard ofSeth
Llewellyn of Milwaukee, Oregon,and
found a number of dryers in opera
tion. Mr. Llewellvn informed us
that he believed it u grand success.
vo mention tills because wo nave
had experience with drying fruit,
and know that tho cheapest is not
always tho best. Yet, Mr. Jory's
dryer Is sold as cheaply as it can be
built. No fancy price for the patent
is added. We would discourage any
nnd every one from experimenting
with home mado dryers, on tho
ground of economy. An examina
tion of this drycr.will satisfy you that
you cannot do better than to give
them an order.
This office is in receipt of an invi
tation to attend the commencement
exercises of tho Oregon State Nor
mal school on Wednesday, Juno 13.
Following Is the graduating
Collegiate J. W. Dawson, J. A.
Houck, G. E. Houck.
Commercial Morenco Baber, J.
D. Murphy, H. W. Shrevc, G. C.
Normal It. T. Burnett, Lena
Butler, W 8. Carpenter, Lottie
Ground, Isabel Gray, S. Goodnight,
J. A. Houch, Inez Hamilton, Lizzie
Jakes, C, H, Jones, H, J. Littlefleld,
Jean MoDaulel, E. C. Peutland, Ida
Smith, S. Shedd, W. L. Worth,
Vida Worth, May Woodbury, Sarah
Wimberly, T. A. Wann.
(Special to tbo JOUh.val.)
Folk County .Republican.
McCoy, June 5. Ed. T. Hatch,
republican, for state senate, has forty
majority. The county 1 moro
strongly republican than for years.
Everything republican Is elected,
oxcept shorlff, which ia doubtful.
A subscriber Justin from Silverton
ays tho , democrats scratched .Sojl
wood from their tlokel because, ho is
a temperance man pud voted for the
amendment, and. gave thdr support
to Yoder. Thirty-five votefl wore
given to the republican candidate
because of hte competitor's total ab
Of nts' FurnkMng Good.
Q. W. Johnson, tho clothier, keeps
a full lincof the lending manufactur
ers' goods. Call nudexnmlno his
stock of clothing nnd furnishing
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Saturday, June 9, 1888.
The lending Vnudcvlllo Entertainment
of tho world) Mora pcoplal .Moro novel
ties! Moro cpenlvo nets than nny other
traveling combination in Anicricn.
REILLY & WOOD'S
Big Show, Brass Band anil Orchestra.
Lnrger, stronger nnd greater than nny
Vaudeville company that hns over visited
tho const. A strictly nil feature, show. Ouo
of tho principal features being tho Nkijson
Family (OHHobert, Arthur, Samuel,
Charles, George, nnd Frank. Tho greatest
features over brought from Kurope. Tho
champion of champions. The acrobat lo
marvels of Uio age, Introducing their great
success, "The Falling Column?' performed
only by thco artists. Ton other loatures
nnd concluding with tho funniest Irish
comedy ever written, entitled "Sknatoii
McbKK," Look out for tho grand street
parade. Reserved seats on sale nt l'ntton's
book store. Admission CO cents, reserved
seats 75 cents.
FOR SALE or RENT I
Well watered nnd plenty ol timber. Two
houses and two barns. Good orchard.
Meadow nnd 150 acres plow land. Fifty
head of cattlo with tl)0 placo If wanted, nnd
horses enough to run it. Within live miles
of depot on tho O. & U. It. IU A bargain for
Enquire at 0 e nf Capital Journal.
II. K. DcBois.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers.
Fromlf 1 to S3 perjday.
SALEM, - . OHEGON.
East Side Liberty, opp.iOpera House,
S. B. WATKINS, -:- Prop.
ttSiMealsntnllhourH, finm 5oto25o.?iitL
CRONISE & WILSON.
(In State Insurance. Iliitldlng)
Good work. Fair prices. Prompt. Re
liable. VARIETY STORE!
W. M. SARGEANT
iKeops a flno stock of
Wall Paper, Borders and Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Toy Tool Chests, Velocipedes, Bicycles,
BASKETS, and all kind of FKAJIES
Mouldings and Frames Made (o Order.
Tissue paper, leaves nnd centers. Don't
forget tho urtlst material, such uh Tube
I'nlntKofnll kinds, llrtishes of all Hlzes, nnd
Illenders. Also tho WV
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
MnU for frames ot nil sires, in fnct every-
tuing fise muv am ov wiuugm ui.
Come and See for Yourselves
ON LARGE BODY Fill WOOD.
I ofTer tho best qunllty of large Mr wood
In five cord lot nnd over, wiwed twice, at
SB per cord; wwed onoe,3 tw. If you wunt
the bent stove wood, the bout furnace wood,
and tbo cheapest wood you cun burn, eive
mo yourorder. Any order tukon now will
held good to September 1st. No payment
demanded until wood U delivered. Now
U your time to engage your winter1 up-
Office with O. W. Johnson. SV5 Commer
The Standard (JoniliinAtioD foncjil
No, 260 Commercial St.
All Styles of Fearing Made (o-Ork
ON SHORT NOTICE.
GREAT SLAUGHTER !
Having been continued as Assignee of A. Mayer, I will now
offer tho entire stock of
Dry Goods, Ka.ncy Goods,
And Gents' Furnishing .Goods,
AT I (M SACRIFICE !
.v'Nonc .. .Reserved, ,',!iill .'JIust ;; Go!'
YOU WHO HAVE MONEY
Can Secure Bargains !
All Sales Strictly for Cash.
f msi mo ci now?
YOU USE GILlOTT'S 404-303, Oil SPENCEWAN, OR A 11AEO-
ROAD STEEL PEN WHICH COSTS YOU '
One Cent Each!
You Use a New One Every Two Days.
YOU CAN BUY A
Mai Todd Diamond Pointed Gold Fen
FOR $1.25, WHICH IS WARRANTED FOR TEN YEARS. CAN
YOU NOT SEE THE ECONOMY IN RUYINCI
GOLD IN, PLACE OF STEEL?
T. ,McF. :PATTjON, Sple Agpnt
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A. m
;. LARGE' AND COMPLETE LINE OF
Sunday School and Day School Howard Cards
ALSO, SEVERAL THOUSAND
, . I(, ,,,. - ,
Embossed Pictures for Scrap Albums!
NOTICE THE DISPLAY IN SHOW WINDOW.
98, STATE ST. - . SALEM.. OR
m wf '
GAS AND $T3AM FETTERS.
iag Mate Street. '
8ALEST, : : : : OREGON.
AhsIriico of A. Mnycr.
yAHHAtt'S iiuioK. HTATKBTIUOir,
- ',. v
All kind of Kurnltur wade to ordec
A full lloe of OukcU alwaya oil baud.