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FLOWERS Df F0IK I0RE.
BOOTS AM) SIIOHS.
EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
SATURDAY, SEPT. 8, 1858.
Overland to California
Souihfirn Pacific Company's Lines.
TIfK MOUNT SHASTA 110IITR.
Time llftwffn Hilfm an4 Sn FranrUco-Thirty-nix
CA 1.1 KO KM A KX PK WW THAIS Jl All. T.
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40 p. III. I f.v. l'ortlnrul Ar!
l.v. Salem l.v.
Ar. Hun Fnitl. l.v.
n:o n. in.
11:110 p. III.
iww p. in.
Ot'AI. PAMUKNOKIt TKAIN (1IAII.Y KX-
l.v. Portland Ar J 3-1'. j. in.
l.v. Salem l.v. flJftW p. III.
Ar. Hinci'liP t-v-1 M" '".
8:00 ii. in.
M R. in.
1:10 p. in.
PULLMAN BL'FPKT SLEEPERS.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
I'or accommodation of hciiiihI class pass
hongorM attached loexiiruas trains.
ThVo. A C. Ilnllnwil ferry make con
noetlon wllli nil tlio regular trains on the
Knsl Hide Division fnun fnotol I street,
Division, Ilctwecn Portland
1IAH.V (KXCKIT HI'NIIAV).
7awa."nri I,v. Piirlliiiid Ar. I n-I.'i p. in.
' I'-'i1, Mr. CorvHlIlM l.v. !:) y. in.
iilCi n N v i m7k h x i Mii fiiXi's'(i.ii. v
wxiiBi-r nu hat;.
1 "? TiOTlLMir l.v. Portland Ar. u.uiii. in.
fr ' hrtKI ii. in. Ar.Mo.Mllinvlllnl.v. I fi.-rni.iii.
"L "'. At Albany iiihI Oirviilll connect Willi
It t ','jrnlns of Oregon l'nolllo llallroad.
i Al'or full Innirimitloii regarding rates,
;! tWU'lil, OiHunn. , K. I '. "MILKS.
U? H. KOI!lllii:U,Ap.Ht. (I. F.niidl'asM.Agt.
f' Oregon Railway anil
'Columbia River Route.'
Trains for tho mini Iwivo Portland nt 10. 1 1
n'.in iiml a l in dally. '1!yKT''' " "l1'1 ft"'"
irliidlHil iM.liilM In tlio United HlntiM, tan
ELEGANT I'ULMANN 1'ALACE CADS
Kmlgmut Sleeping Cars inn tliroughl'on
oxpieas trains to
1111(1 ST. PAl'l
Free- t Clmr-fie, iiml Without tiliuiiKn.
Connections ntl'nrllaml foiHun 1'rnn
cl.tCO lllld l'UKtit Htllllllt I'OllltM.
I'or nu tliur mii tli'iiluiM Inquire "f I. A.
Manning, agent or nu. iH.inpiiii), an
t;niinitrulal street, Salem, Oiegon. or
A. U Maxwell, 11. I'. A T. A., Perthimt,
A. L. MAXWELL, . '. AT. A.
II. H0LC0MU, lienl.lMnnsger.
THE YAOUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
And Oregon lociiiiiioiil company's
HtlVllllllllll 1 1 in'. IMS mile shorter. -M hoiu
1m time llinn Ii) mo oilier route. I trot
cIiim through mi'IH,'it mid freight lino
niilil Portland mid all miIiiIs In tlio YVII
liimi'tto alloy u mill flom Ha" Kroni'luwi.
tTIME SCHEDULE. lUxw-pt Hiuutuyii):
l.tYi Oirlll llW I M
Arrhii Yuuuliift ft-H 'M
Ikmivo Ywiulim .0:1. AM
Imivb IX.rvulIti IO!U AM
Arrl Albany lt:10AM
I). A (X tmlu coniiMil ut Albany nnd
Thottlxive train connect nl YAQUINA
wltli ths Oroton Dovvloiimont Cair l.lnu
jfHtnmhlitwtwwn aip.ilim and Han
HTMAMKIUI, rilOM HAN rilANCWCW
WlllMiietU Vulley Hoplonibor 1
WllUmrttu Valley. HoiiIoiiiIht IS
Wlllmnotte Vlly .. - - ..rVjitombor as
VTMAMKIUI. rHOM YAOUINA.
WtlUmvtto Vlly rKplomUr 7
WiiUintt VhIIkjt . ..Hcptrmt.fr 1
Tlit iHMiimny twrrvM tlio riuht t
Uftiigo mlllng itatra wllliout notice.
N, 1U lVrncm mini IHirtUud mul nil
WlllMiirttu Valloy hiiv1 ixut nmku cliua
roonottiin with Ilia truliu of Hi
YAUUINA IHUITK M Allwiny orLVrvullU.
ad If flrtlno4 to Huu rruucUni, uliould
rnuitonrriat Yi)Ulnik the evrnlnc
brprt dt of Mtllnc.
emtuttt i4 KrrlfVt KitM Alwr Ut
UNt, Tfnr liiAiniiMinu apply t Moar
llUUMAN A Ow. Kreliilit mul Tlekot
Asoula 'JLU and IXU r runt nt., IVrtlaud, Ur.
K UC, 1UHIUK, Ao'l tlon'l Krt, A
IV". AkU, DroKun fuciric IL 1U Ca..
a II. ItAHWT.I.UJr.OiMil Krtj A
Wu. Agt. Ortxon Itavrlopinrnt
IVv.WI MiHitiromory nt.;
ruu KranolMxi, 1V1
The SALEM MARKET
W OUntT HTHKKT.
(Mutually on Imnd the Immi nilltMf
lWi mul Salt Meals !
S A U S A. G E .
ATTUf CUfANWrr kM wkiit tu
UcCHOW A WIUVHU
CITY MEAT MARKET
REGARDED A3 BENEFICENT IN POP
ULAR LEGEND AND 8T0RY.
World AVIda Admiration of th Bow An
emone, Amaranth nd Ajphodel 11 ut
tflrcnp and Dalilc Tlio rorget-Me-Not.
Tradition of the Uly Mod fit Violet.
Tho Svrtana rogard6d tho roso aa an
emblem of Immortality Chlneso plant It
over graTM, and In tho Tyrol it la aaid to
produce sleep Germans call tlio roso of
Jericho tho Christmas roso, and It la sup
posed to divine tho events of tho year. If
steeped in water, on Christmas evo. It Is
said In Persia that there Is a certain
charmed day In uhlch tho roso has a
heart of gold Another tradition relates
that thcro Is a silver tahlo on a certain
Mount Calassy. In India, and on this table
lies a silver rose that contains two beauti
ful womon who pralso Ood without ceas
ing In the center of tho rote Is tho
trlancle tho rosidence of God.
It 1.1 said that If a whlto roso blooms In
autumn an early doa'.h Is prognosticated,
whlloan autumn blooming rod roso signi
fies marrlago The red roso. It Is also
said, will not bloom over a grave. Roso
leaves aro Bomotlmes thrown on tho flro
for good luck, and a roso bush may be
mado to bloom In autumn by pruning It
on St John's day Hero, as well as In
Franco mid Italy, It Is hollorcd that rosy
rhei'ks will como to tho lass who burioa
i drop of her blood under a roso bush.
In I'oson, young women nssuro tho fidel
ity of their lovers by carrying a rosobud
In tho breast. Home leaves aro chosen for
divination In Thurlngln. tho in aid on hav
ing several lovers scattering n loaf named
after each ono on tho wator; tho loaf that
Bluks limt Is tho tnio lovor.
ANKJlONi:, AMARANTH, ASPnODEIi.
Tho nnemono wns regardod as tho sym
bol of slclcnoss In nnrlent Egypt. It was
fabled to havo sprung from tho tears wept
by VomiB ovor Adonis. Tho amaranth
would, nays Pliny, recover Its color If
sprinkled with water It was n symbol
of Immortality, tho word meaning "over
lasting " Tho asphodel was its opposite
iiiuaulng "regret." Tho spirits of tho
dead woro thought to subsist on this
llowor. Tho bachelor's button Is bo named
hecauso youths carried ono In tho pocket
to dlvlno their success In lovo If tho,
flowor diod. It was an HI omen. Tho'
llowor basil Is a tost of purity If It Is
put uuuur the plulu of an Impure maiden
In Volgtland, biio will not touch It.
Our familiar buttercup was so named
from an Idea thut Its consumption In
creased tho butter producing quality of
the cow'b milk. Cowa uovcr cat thonv
but they grow only In dry, rich pastures.
Tho coluiiililiio was anciently called a
"thankless llowor," and wns tho omhlem
of forsaken lovers. Tlio meek llttlo daisy,
opening Its cyo with tho light of tho
planot vouus, lias nlwuys beon n favorite
with tho pooti Its btar form caused It
to bo an object of superstition, and Ger
man maidens prognosticated their fortunes
Tho forget-mo not Is ono of tho flowers
that in German loro guard treasures en
tombed In caverns Tho Swiss regard
with superstitious foollug tho llttlo edel
weiss (our cat's foot or overhistlug). Its
Swiss name signifies nohlo purity.
LIMUND AND TJIADITION.
Tlio common marigold Is named In
French Soucls (enro). Iu llroton legend,
If touched by tho boro foot of a puro
hourtod person on n certain morning, it
gives power to understand tho language
of birds. Tlio crocus signifies unro
qultod lovo. Tho poppy is a well known
symbol of death. Tho snowdrop Is bacred
to tho Virgin Mary. Tho primrose is an
Important llowor In folk (ore. Tho Ger
mans uatno it "Schlussel blume," or key
flowor. It is fabled to open tho way to
Tho Illy la traditionally tho emblem of
Diana and IJllth, Adam's second wife.
To tho pooplo of India and Egypt It typk
fled fcrtlllllty, to tho prophota it had a
mysterious signification. It Is potent
against wlthcraft In Germany, If gath
ered with prayer. Spanish superstition,
credits it with tho power of restoring to
the humau ahapo any ono who has been
transformed to an animal. It is a remedy
for tououious bites In England, and it
was formerly thought that the number of
flowers on tho Cnoat stem indicated tho
prion of Kralu for the season.
Tho thistle, gathered in silence, was
formerly a valued charm. It was sacred
to Thor, and was one of the many plants
that protected dwelling! from llghtnina;.
In England, the milk thistle Is "Our
Uuly thistle, and the plant U wall
known aa the national emblem of Scot
land. iAatlr, there la the modest violet,
type of humility MohSmmedans are fond,
of it. aa their founder revered it as a typo
of his religion. It was the badge of me
dlaivaJ mlnstraU, and a golden Violet was
the prle tu the poetical contests at Tou.
louaa. V, a. IUasett In Globe-Democrat.
The Ilull and the lUud.
The village of StrlneevUte has a new
bras band It played Its flrat piece the
other day, considerately going aome dis
tance out of the village to do It, That
delicate consideration probably saved the
life of a HtrlneavUle amall boy, but It killed
(Tanner Stauffer'a valuable young Jersey
bull At the time the band wut out to
play the bull was folding In Ita pasture,
which was near the spot chosen by tho
baud. While the band was getting its
collective Up ready to couiel a tune from
Us horus. the small boy referred to was
taking a short cut through the pasture to
reach the baud Tlio bull took uote of
the small boy's pnuence, and proceeded
at ouce to hastwn his trip acroaa the lot.
The band had not eeen the proceaslon
moving through the meadow, although
the bull was moulding hti dlsploasuro
lustily aa he ran. and the amall boy was
lifting up his volco In audible and pene
trating tonwt The bull was wlthtu three
jump of the bov when the baud had got
roady to ilay The luud playtxl. At the
Aret buret the bull ijrsHl abort, threw
up hi head ami sulfW the air. The In.
tlrumenta I4arv4 again Ttto bttll tareed
and ruaheil wtldly towarU tho ateoe walk
The band throw ita r-ul uneo moro into
It liorna, and the bull aprani; over the
wall IU raw ilowu ou hU hd on tho
other aid aod bmko UU ueek. Harris
Wurg (l'a.) Cor. Kew Vork Sb.
D. C. Howard, Prwirietttf. vr rvwwuiw)d forimui-
. ...... . i otUm uulU t pan.. I her fortieUi UrtkOaf.
Will continue Her School for the en
suing year at the LITTLE CENTRAL
SCHOOL BUILDING, Cor. Church and
Marion Sts.. beginning
Piano and Voice.
Mlsi Laura G0LTRA and Mist Margaret MACRUM
'Will orH-n a School In
Piano, Organ, Vocal Culture,
Harmony and Theory
On Mondnv, Kept. .Id. Rooms directly
over I-'lrst National llimlc. Can bo seen at
the rooms on and after Saturday, Sept. 1,
from 0 o'clock n. in. 8-aO
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC!
Most KiieeetiKfiil school of music on the
northwoMt const. About
150 STUDENTS LAST YEAR.
1-Muno, Orgun, SlnfjlnK, "Violin,
Hurmony, nnd Counter
point. IHplonuis on completion ot course.
Teachers: Z. M, l'arvln, Frnuklo 1.
Joiioh, KmiCox. Araistiint.iiiiluM.Hmlth.
rirsl term boKlus Moinliiy, Hepteniuer
Kd, HSS. Send for catnlogue. For lurthcr
X. M. PARVIN.
Musical Director, Hnlom, Or.
Graduates Students In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, Ilusiness, Law,
It Is tho oldest, lament mid leant expen
sive Institution of learning In the North
west. School oiH'iis !lnt Monday Iu September.
Send for catalogue to
T1IOS. VAN SCOY,
17: Salem, Oregon.
ST. " PAIO" SCHOOL
Boys and. Girls.
The school will onon on the IHth
of September. Tlinrough Instrup-
llon in mo primary anil
LITIS AND ELEMENTS OF MUSIC
TKIIMS and further Information may bo
BHU UU BPOUCUllon 1.1
HKV. F. II. rtWT,
Cor. Chemcketa and State Sts.
FOR SALE or RENT !
Well wutmxt and plenty ot timber. Two
nou and two Uurmi. (hxM (HxhanC
MmiIow aud 130 aenw l4ow land. Ftfty
limit of cattle with the place If wanted, and
luuxx noiuh t run IU Within 0 e mll
vXdriotontltaAC.ll.ll. A Utn,-Ju Ibr
Enoulre at Office nf Caoltal Journal.
A pod lrH ftHwe Home lVwer. Good
tar all Umw. fhUH utie Ut full miwalLr.
All for lb kiw liriee ot JW. Cll nt the lV
lMOp4H) ' oMk.
VlBvcar A Pnll lnwrvlux
TVe Null. .f ThU.
4WAU klU of rok mm4 roit aaeau ;
always on hand. rwl weight and hjii t
Ueal all aiwuud.
ttUaaUrtk paMtart IImW ArU literary '
veuMire a ory wriWM Ua ah waj '
K JJoo k WIIJ. hWJ.60 Hr
. lkMl llMUMkttftl AmmLam bH.I wliLIu
mUea ut tJnTeiu. Utt road to' town th
ORCHARD i ejeWtti'ci iiiidjT'flfi
f. alHinptlii. aud will be aeiduulr JmS
lime at Ufm Wwrv am, Bj; we wit
ltw yH Um pruiwrv
SubrriU- fur tl CAI'lTAL JiH-K-N.VI-
OREGON FRUIT DRYER
Is Simple of Construction,
EASY OK OPERATION.
Au anted flr-t premium nt the Oregon
State Fair 1883--8l-8,V8fl.'87 and nt tho Cali
fornia Htnte Fair, 1857, nnd Han Joaquin
County Fair, 1887.
Manufactured In slxlSlzeg. Tor circular
aud price list address
II. S. JORY & SON,
I'. O. Box 280. Salem, Oregon
S" Dryer Furnaces furnished live sizes
Tho BUYEBS" GUIDE is
issued Mvreh and Sopt.,
ottch yoar. It Is an ency
nlnnndin of useful infor
mation for all who pur-
choso tno luxuries or mo
unnnRRltinn of lifo. Wb
can clotho you and furnish you with
all the noce3sary and unnecessary
appliances to rido, walk, danco, sloep,
oat, llsh, hunt, work, go to church,
or stny at home, and In various Bizos,
stylos and quantities. Just figure out
what is required to do all those things
COMFORTABLY, and you can mako afait
estimate of tho value of tho BUYERS'
OUIDE, which will bo sont upon
receipt of 10 cents w pny postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
111-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111.
HORSESHOEING ! 1
All tho Improved methods or shoeing
shaping hhoes, to cure diseases of tho foot
and for tho correction of faulty action, cou
l tlon and Interfering, used. I guarantee
hiitlKtactlon In all cases, liefer to any well
known horseman In Oregon.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
S06 Commercial stieet, Salem, Or.
A. E. STRANG,
No. S03 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Plumbing, Gas and Sleam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
a3-Agent for tho KICIIAKDSOX A
HOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished lu 1819
Dr. H. SMITH
Now In possession ot a new discovery in
medicine, which Is purely u local aniostnet
le, anil acta utmost Instantaneously on tho
surrounding tissues of the teeth. It lain
no way Injurious or uupleasaut to the
taste. The manufacturers of It claim that
Its eiual has never been known before, and
by applying It to the sensitive or sore
teeth, they can bo cleaned and filled
without pain. So all thoo that want all
kinds of dental work done without paln,
would better cull on Dr. II. Smith. Teeth
extracted for SO cents.
The SHth Annual State Fair will be
held on the Fair Grounds, near Salem,
commencing on tho
17th OF SEPTEMBER,
And continuing one week.
CASH PREMIUMS to the
Amount of $15,000
Will be awarded for Agricultural, Mechan
ical and Stock exhibits, works of art and
fanny work, and for trials of speed.
The premiums offered have been In-
crvtueo in many cum, una ntw omuuh
have been added. No eutry fee charged
In divisions J, K, 1. and Q.
A magnttlceut Held of horses entered,
and there will be plndld contest of run
Ulng nnd trotting each day.
Thedimrnt transportation companies
will make liberal reduction in &n and
Ss.4al attention is railed to the preml
UHUomredltr county exhibits of grains,
gnuMst and trult.
Kulrte will be reoMved in the secretary's
efflw In SaWnt. iHsgtnnlng six days lHfom
the fair, aud on the 6tlr grounds from Fri
day befiHV the fulr. IVrsons desiring to
oxblhU In dlUkm J, K. O, I' aud 5 are
iwHK td to make Uwtr eutriva on Fri-itai-
and hvtlurday Ixolbce lite RUr If Kkwlb).
All enlrtM ehoe m Monday, September
iftli, at TA) v m.
1'llUIM OF AUMiSSION:
Coupon ticket fur men i4x dy...K so
CMtm MekM tor woman utx days) l (0
ftgr Uctrt tor men . fa
IVr tlekrH ftw womea . a(
ttoketa ut Um cnuU mmshI at rw
track Ibr male over It ywan.
Ladle to site graad land tree.
TtoK AnalnBC to lmr-hi kootawtll
ap4y oh Mwntary
ai-rtid kj tbr Mctetanr at Katen far a
prilm IM. . T. ORROO.
WM. BROWN &l CO.
B O O T S
O Cf ' H
O ifek O
m --S. S
fl J I"t-Wi I Vl fa
H a&T n II I I "II
Leather and !W:;'..3fc
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Pelfs and Furs.
No. 231 Commeiclnl Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
V S I faaVjaWf I
Cnstorla Is Dr. Saml PitcScr's old, hnrmloss nnd qniok enro for
Infants' nnd Children's Complaints. Snpcrior to Cgstor Oil,
Pnrecorio or Narootio Sjrops. Childron cry for Castoria. Mil-
lions of Mothers ploss Cnstorla.
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation ;
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation ;
Aires healthy sloep ; also aids digestion ;
Without norcotlo stupefaction.
" I recommend Castoria for children's
complaints, as superior to any prescription
known to me." II. A. Archer, M. D.,
HI So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Tna CanTAtm Company, 77 Murray St, KewYortJ
Weekly Caoital Journa
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IN MARION COUNTY.
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Our Old Subscribers
Now in arrears are urped to take ndvnutage of our big discount, by
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TO ONE AND ALL
We say. wud ua yeur named. If you want to tak atlutage of or "oii
thlrvl off for cash," and are not where you oau got iwetal notes or other
convenient method of remitting, sand ua your name and state that you
will remit at first opportunity. ThU will ensure your being placed on the
THIS IS NOT A SPECIAL OFFER,
Rut a betid, penuaueut reduction. We have eome to stay.
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