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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
:VRY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
I'UMI.IMIIKU MY TUB
Capital Journal Publishing Corman".
oaet, Wi Court Strurt, t)r. Howe Illek.
THUMB Of MUllBCItUTION
neyr, by mnll.. .. so W)
x iiHHiUm, lf nwll. ... 2 so
ira itionllu Mr mall 1 at
IV wk deHfureU by oarriw. 15
On yr . II W
SlK immOm 75
Um rr, if mid for Id advance, 1 (
mximmtUn, ' 60
fl-l'tinafet tire HiillioriHl to re
wive .Mitwcripl Ion.
.Mr.T. I) Porter I oar duly siilhorlml
A9Itnter.dHM)oiid-olawt matter at llie
'Vtleni.Ortvoii.PiMl'rilloe, .luueill, lttt.
Republican National Ticket.
J''or Vlcu I'nwlilunl:
liKVI V. MOKTON,
Of Saw York.
VOH J'JtlfcJiHJNTJAI, Hl.l'.ClOllH.
Robert .McIchm, nf Kliiiniitli County.
Win. JCniniK,of .MiiUiiiiiinih County.
(i V. J'lillon.of ClutKop.Couiity.
MiAiton v or m:isr uatti.ic.
I'mhii-tlnu In (lio United Sink
1h iimrkcd wllli violent chungi.
AVJion tin IndiiHlry Iiccoiiiuh prollt
nblu vvurylNNly Ih ready to oinlmrk
It Iiijvxiim followH HiIh activity mid
jirlaw fall. TJiIh luw licon tho ci.
jMiiiuni'o oft ixijiwitod In iiiaiitifuo
turtw and fiinii ioiliictH alike, nnd
now tlio rule Ih ngiiln IlhiHtmted In
tliu urowlii' Hi-nrelty of the beef
Mijijily. '1'liln miction luw been pre
dicted for yearn, nnd the long eon
tinned demorallJitlon of the eattle
market linn been an aHtonlHhntunt
to all concerned. Terribly Iommjh by
winter killing have liitm HiiHtnlned;
the removal of fcnccH from the tih
lie (I011111I11 hiiM broken tip many a
liurtl ; the Insecurity of rnm leaweM
In the Indian territory Iimh discour
aged the cattlelndtiHtry In that broad
domain, and theconstant Hhrinkau,o
In prltHf, until timeout of tniunpor
tatlon aborbeI the proweds of the
Nile, bankrupted many (tattle own
er and forced otheiHOtit of thebtiHl
iuw, until it seemed iih If the Indus
try of onttlc ralslui; would die of
All tlunMt cituseM of depletion lmve
been going on for years, ami an Im
provement In price lins luvit vainly
looked for. Cattle owners lmylng
lntoixwt on large sums of borrowed
capital, ami harassed and kept
awake o' nlghta to meet tlunxiHnww
of thulr herds, have watched for a
turn In the market iimh shipwrecked
mariner wntclien for a swll ; but sea
H)U after MMinui xuod without
bringing ivllt'f. When price had
nmcliwl the louwt deep, as It was
ttupiMMl, they found one lower yet ;
and nil this while there was an out
ory mlwnl mmIiii this cla of eltl
nuns, pojuikr sentliiient olawlng
tliMiu as tuud inouopollstM and d
UMiidluir that thtt laud their herds
mnud over lioiild U) given to wt
Unre. "Now tho nwcthui Ims wt In.
"Thwro U MHiiethliiK tHrtllng In the
Iriwt," wy a Khimmm City nwrket
i-wiKirt; "tlwt the country nwy Mid
drtjily Im c1mI upon to ftuv a cHttltt
Atiiiltift. HucJiHpilUlllty IsstrHiige
In vtaw ikf tht tout tliHt out tie lmve
tor Mml yut Ikhmi mi plentiful
and m Uiw prlctMl that pmpk are
until to hwrinj? h kHtutliuiHl htrtwui
f tMitiiilMliit fnu evmry Itody who
luw Iwd Hiiythliijf to do with niUtiig
Ju4 iHieiihuith Hf (lit prliv of
tatttk, of iMMHy Mil Bmdte, dvwmvl
(ni wMtta Hr 100 hki nds. SIihm
I Uuii tJww luw l!t luinlLv h tUy
wImm) tlmv Hew eitouiih twttle, In
thtt Ivhumw City, t. UhiU and
CUkngo inrkt4M, to mojOy th
iumwuu. JriUK u W( month
HW UHW UH up Mt u MU-
litwwkiutwl rK llMvy mltW for
ikm Nw N'ork tutU IUmou urkrt
Hlfor?utittou4;U MMttKnuW m
UMMtUt o would lutnlly Imvt.
UuKgltl M.0U. Ttw Ahh tnl Um
klgli ( Uiivt. uot bruuiit HMiw
Htiv U UMrk4, k nut Um iwhmu
Am- iMltoviug iluu UMi(i(ky W mUmii
rKlMUMUHl. Uv Mock nwnmUlii
11MM hmy a HQ vkM HtMoh ow
to h ut lo luariurt. TW iuu
MMMit U uumW Um( 1m4 ytmt lit
members of the KnnmA City ex
change could HinoiiK tlieiiis.'lve",
from jiositivu Information count 100,
0(X) giKxl corn fed beef cttle in the
territory which shif to Hint city.
Now, M'itli the same fncilltie fnr
knowing where the cattle are, It Is
Mild the sum total of all they cnu
count dot not exceed 6,000. Specu
lator the last few days, at KaiiH
City and Chicago, lmve sent out
hundreds of telegrams all over the
country to every cattle man they
know, ollerlngto buy all they had;
yet HiIh stlmtilu lias failed to bring
lu enough to supply the dally de
mand. Itange fed cattle will wkjii
be fut enough to ship to market and
keep tho demand supplied; but the
experience of the last mouth shows,
that the ever supply liHsabati'd, and
henceforth we may look for u more
healthy tone in the eattle markets
of tho country.
Tho JIutto (Mont.) Inter Mount
ain being published in a mining dis
trict, has been clamoring for the
free coinage of silver. Tho demo
crats in St. Louis adopted their plat
form, but wild no word about coin
age. A strong effort wan brought
to bear on the republicans to sanc
tion so gigantic a fraud, but all the
Chicago platform says on the sul-
Jcct Is this: "The republican party
Is Inlfuvor of tho iiso of both gold
and sliver as money." Kor all the
service this is to mlne-ownox the
platform might as well have declar
ed: "Tho republican party is in
favor of a circular shape for our gold
and silver currency." It would not
Imvohcuii cxpcdlunt to resolve In
favor of an honest sliver coinage, as
that would have looked like a slap
in the face from profes-cd friends;
so a glittering generality was Insert
cdjust to wive appearances. The
organs of the silver mining Interest
who want a bonus of Wi per cent
on the product, are seriously dis
gruntled at tho refund of both par
ties to espouse their cause. Tho 1 11-ter-Mountalii
nays, "The lead and
silver miners receive a recognition at
Chicago, of which they were con
temptuously deprived at St. Louis;"
which Is making tho very best of
Mii)Hii.M.Mi:u heat lu torturing tho
people of tho eastern stntea, and
those who can leavo home are scat
tering In all direction togut a breath
of flesh air. Tho summer rcsortu
will be crowded where visitors have
planum, or driving along tho sen
beach where the glare of tho sun af
fects them with ophthalmia. Why
don't they come hero where lvfresh
incut cn bo enjoyed wlthoutsetting
your mind to It astheiualu business
of life? Cool summers and mild
winters are the charms of an Ore
gon climate, and when this fact Ikv
coines generally known, pilgrims
from the east will seek this state as
an cheapo from their preMint allllo
tloii. Two New York burglars being In
terrupted by tho lady occupant of
tho room thoy were ransacking, ono
darted out of the door and icaH'd,
the other leveled a revolvur at hor
head and Ixido her keep still. Hut
the herolnegrablied tho weHui and
screamed for help. A iolicoiiinn
promptly entered the room and
uablied tho thief Just as hu had
wruslcd the pistol from his captor's
tcmsp. lie stand a good chance of
a term In the penitentiary.
TiikmjIuhiI trustees of Portland
have reived to miu1 to Mao
eluiM'tts fur n city suprlutoudnt
and to pay him $8,000 a year. This
U mii IncreaM of $1,000 lu the salary,
and there U some vigorous kicking
MiiMliift sending mi far away ftir a
man when thy place can 1k HitUfae
torlly tllltHl within air own state
Thk l'Vaiw' lU1w, iHildtehwl
In ChleagM, glvvw the tallowing orop
Hiiumary: "Tlnirw U not much
chanui rHirt In tlwtHMidlthHi f
tlw grow lug erwp. TlwrtKWit wanu
weaUwr luw oulokiMiwI th giwwth if
Um ixtnt, IhA imt iMitor crops rt
ajmlu utvtlluir rain. Itawtrt oflulu.
ry uy liiMtotw aiv iihmv oouuiuhi iww
with tlwMdvviit of warm WMatlwr.
Knilt IMMlHHUi Ml iMUmntllv Immv.
l, but UHa4Hwa autl laMurw r-
Our tMigulHir th tHahMMMi
IMiuUabe a wy woualy oh tuat
tut IMcUaiu Ytwitg ami Ow
WU4MbU k, auU iy " llM v
iMftWW bIMt UlbUklMML, ItUMgOtM
lit hhuiiW of Um mm two or Ouv
Uumm. mim! lu VVkk Um tbiO-lOlMr
MMk NMdjr to abtwton au- )xmnu
who uw to ivpU Utt Mat Jok.
lai on Wlutons & TUoiua lor Um
iMaCgnawrkw lu tosrn.
THE GOVEIIXMEXT WEATHER.
The Signals to lie Disjilajcil from
Dank lilork. Letter from
The flgimls dlsjilayed from the
stair at the White Corner through
the kindness of J. M. Itosonborg &
Co. have been duly appreciated by
lhoK) who could tee them, since the
signal Kcrvice bureau lias been
furnishing Salem with weather re
ports; but the Hags were not dis
played at sulllclent height to lie
readily seen from any distance. Ap
preciating tills, Lieut. W. N. Laduc,
president of the First National bank,
wrote to Lieut. J. (. Maxfleld, tho
"weather prophet"'in charge of the
olllce at San Francisco, ollerlng the
um) of the Hag stnll' on the First
National bank for display.
This letter was referred to Sergt.
H. S. J'ague, obf-crver at Jloscburg,
olllecr in charge of the Oregon
weather service, and he hits written
a letter to Lieut. Ladue accepting
the ti'-e of this Hag stall', and promis
ing to direct Volunteer Observer
.Jos. Albert to make ue of the fcaine.
He aNo adds the following recom recem recom
mendateons: "In regard to the taking of obser
vations at Salem, I would say Unit
there are none made there, but there
should be. The United States will
not furnish instruments, but for the
bcnellt of the people of Salem it
would Ihj to their interest to pur
chase a set of standard thermometers
and a rain gauge and have obser
Ho here Inclo-es n price list of
these instruments, live thermome
ters and a rain gauge, the whole
costing $10.70, mid a latticed shelter,
fr.1) more, making tho whole cost
about ?2.1. I le says tho government
will furnish tho necessary blanks
and franked envelopes, to any ono
who will render reports, and all
necessary instruction totho observer.
"At tills time, when Oregon is en
deavoring to advertise nor climate
and resources, It Is very Important
that every city should be able to
nreseiit accurate statistics. There
lias lately been started a paper, de
voted to the climate of Oregon, nnd
reports from Salem to this paper
would bo of assistance to both.
Very Itespcct fully,
Your Obedient Servant,
11. S. Paouk,
Sergt. U. S. Signal Service Obser
ver In charge of Oregon weather
It will also bo necessary to pur
chase a set of weather Hags, and it is
(piite likely this matter will como
up before the board of trade on next'
Tuesday evening, that being the
regular meeting night.
Cream soda, Ice cream soda, milk
shakes, lemonades at Strong fe Co.'s.
The Standard Combination Fence!
No. 260 Commercial St.
All jSfylos of Fencing Made lo Order
ON SHOUT NOTIOIC.
Dr. 1-1. SMITH
Nowllii )kWMMkm kf new tlwvry In
Ic.HiutRoU hIiihmI ltlMiUm-ou..ly tmtliu
MirnHUutliiic ttutw of tlw tstli. It ltu
m whv ItJtirfcMM or uiii!eH4ut UJlni
bwle. l ! nmimon'iurvr of it rlalm llsu
lu mtwl hiw nr -r Ixvn know it twA)f. mul
by Hiviilvlinc It lo tlio M'lutltlw or mum
lli, lltvy wtn Ik clmiiHt untl alVM
llluNit tatltk. Ssiall IhtM. Ihul witut ult
klutU ot iImiimI Mitrk iltuw wlltuHit VmIiu
uuulil InMUr cmII iutOr.lt. mltti. TMIa
mxiihmwI air n) mmw.
CRONISE & WILSON.
(lu Utala Iumuiumw HuthUug)
UMlwork. hUr twto. lVwuMt. K-
CITY TAX NOTICB.
rm Ogr 1w KoU tor 11m wr
aow la mr WMMMfcia. iUimm
pj- mt mr up inui
CIU iUral mtkA
VTtmrK IN HKHKM tllVKN TO
iWlMaMMMr nuMtt.lhat iattn-
arUtl Rirfck iit.4.imiii r. tuutwaaf
MM athAilivult mhiIuaI .-mrttl 1 X
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r J uiMlini
.xibiiiiu. m ite bw
r Wk Mr lo v.14 IVUMtlM.
FARMERS, -:- LIVERYMEN
And others In need of
Team or Carriage Harness:
It will be to your Interert to cull upon me
Ix-fore purclMMiIng elewhere, as I have the
1'rtcen retluwil to nult the times. Just re
ceived a fine line of
Carriage Harness from A. F. Risslcr& Co.
For M hlch lam sole agent. Thee"harnes
are all made.from
First Class Pittsburg Leather,
Warranted. The Inert line of Dusters,
liupio' Kobe, mul Whips In the city. All
these goods I am selling at very cloe flg
ure. Thanking tho public for their liberal
patronage In the past, I shall endeavor by
ptrict attention to business to merit a con
tinuance of their favors in the future.
E. S. LAMPORT
II. K. Dubois.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers,
From SI to sa per day.
BALEM, - OKEO .N.
W, M. SARGEANT
Keeps a lino stock of
Wall Paper, Borders and Centers,
BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS,
Toy Tool Chests, Velocipedes, Dicyclcs,
HASKKTS, and all klmls of FKVMES.
Mouldings and Frames Made (o Order.
Tissue paper, leaves nnd centers. Don'
forget the artist material, Mich ns Tube
l'lilnlH ornll kinds. Brushes of all sizes, and
lllcudcrs. AUo tho
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
ilots for frames ot all sizes, In fnct every
thing elso that can bo thought of.
Come and See for Yourselves
KAHKAIl'H BLOCK, STATK
"An kinds of Furniture nmdo to order
A full line of Otskets alvvuyg on hand.
OHrpatrt Him, Crwkery, (Ham Ware, Tin
ir,Sttkmery,NotkiioilH)M)rliUHiB, Mlrrurs, lleturw, aM-nli-elVvltw, MtHildliuw
aud Window shade, llcuirw fhtmlnc ami
all kinds of ob uwk lu wtHkl a keelaUy,
Tobacco and Clears.
Uoods miid im the li-lllmt ptan.
Auciumi Mtto every Bttlurtlay.
a-lilll eaU iMive ald for econd
0. F. SMITH,
Largrst Slik Is (he Slate, Rest DisnuL
BHd for MtetuinMk LV1I for nrira for Job
frtMUwic tow In Orwun.
L M. WAITE, SaUa, Or,
Coffee i-i ouse l
UM. SWt UM;, tff. Qwi Hmm,
. EU WATKINS, t Prop
jMtMl! all Iwmm, feMn to Ke. -f
I-IORSESMOEINO ! !
AH Um Und BMMi ot iIkvIiu
thWNpe toJM ur IIWMII at lh
HkC for tk niftmtoa ot fctttqr mu., run-
Jm ndtotrfort yiA. lnuu,iM
wiwh in ku rw. nmw
r to any wU
kaows Iwwu u
JOHN KNIGHT, The Homshoer,
Ktf (.iMumcrrUl Mrwt, Mtttn, Or.
ti wmi msm m.
Attention to wliat
Know All, liv tlieso prespnls: That
slumbers nor sleep, but are awake
fnr ns f n 1 on linnd iii New York
tuai owilip to llie uepressiun oi uusiuesa m iiiu jl.sl iiiviu win oe many
failures. Now we want to be ready to capture any bargains that may
be ollereU on account oi suen ianures, anu to tio mis it win ue
with plenty of the commodity commonly calbd Cash, with which we
can boast the jwople of this countr" are well biipplied, and in order for U9
to get it, we will from now until the first of August offer such bargains
as will induce those having money to divide with us.
You all know that our Manager has been in business here for the last
twenty years and always does as he advertises. About August 1st he will
start feast to bujr a large fall stock, and in order to do this we will oiler
our whole stock of goods consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps
Trunks, Valises, Tobacco, Cigars, Paper, Envelopes, Notions, etc., at a
great sacrifice, nnd in order that the general Public may know that we
mean business, we mention tue price
good Hemmed Handkerchief for 1 ct.
A silver, cold or steel thimble, 1 ct. each.
A spool of Clark's, Coat's or Kerr's Thread,
3 e. each.
A spool good Sewing Silk, best brand nnd
assorted colors, for 3 c.
2 spools Silk Ilutton Hole Twist for 3 c.
2 skeins Saddlers' Silk for 3 c.
1 sheet gold, sliver or plain Card Board,
1 c. worth 10 c.
1,000,000 doz. Horn nnd Cloth covered
Dress Uuttons worth 25 to 60 c. n doz.,
for Oca doz.
100,000 dor. Fine Jet and Metal Buttons,
w ort h CO c. to SI n doz. for 10 c a doz.
1,000 yds. Ijiee worth 5 c a yd., for 1 c. a yd.
Laco worth 10 c. per yd. will bo sold for 3
and C c. a yd. Other Edgings nnd
imoroiuery in proponion.
A good article of Gent' Summer
Tho above are only a few of tho genulno BARGAINS that wo will offer. Besides
those our wholo stock will be ottered at prices lower than nnywhero else In tho cltv
without any exception. '
Wo nre not going out of business but arc here to stay nnd only do this to make room
for our large lull stock. Call and be convinced. Buy and be happy.
Remember these bnrgalns can only be secured nt tho Opcrn House Corner, from the
All kinds of Farm
Having lieen continued as Assignee of A. Mayer, I will now
offer the entire stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
And Gents' Furnishing Goods,
AT 1 GUT SACRIFICE !
Ucmembcr .-. Nono .-. Roscrvctl, .-. all .-. Must .-. Go!
YOU WHO HAVE MONEY
Can Secure Bargains !
All Sales Strictly for Cash.
Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank.
HACKS -:- AND -:- BUGGIES!
Scriber -:- and -:- Pohle.
wo aviII Mention !
the Capitol Adventure Co. neither
and up to the times, and know well
and Chicairo. in rierson. nnd lm nrm.i
oi some oi our goous 1111 August 1st.
1000 fine Ostrich
Plumes for 50 c each
And all our stock of Ladles'
C0.000 Ladles Hat K
rnmes 10p. ejiph r.u
w i. iv. 1 iaii;ii.
12 Fish Hooks nnd I Ltne for 3 c.
Good Scrubbing Brushes 5 c, each.
CH n (nfll n..nl. ' "
uooa wnitc. wnsii nrusnes 10 c each.
Best Fntcnt Clothes Pins 5 c. per d
Good Fly Hooks, 2 c. each.
CO Reams Letter Paper, 2 c per quire.
10 lb Letter Paper, 5 c. per quire.
100 doz. Memoranda Books, 1 c, each.
500 boxes Lubln Toilet Soap, 0 c. per bos
Undershirts nnd Drawerp for 20 c. each.
U1 III M K
Assignee of A. Mayer.
A flnellneof haekg, bnntoe, cwrt,cr
!, buekUmrd, eta. ilotli our own
make and lue bt etiatern made buggie.
Every one Warranted!
JOBBJNG and HORSESHOEING.
Call on Uy Miraaim nwtfoa and car-