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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 1SSS.
Hon. J. T. Gregg went below this
Kx-Uov. Cbnilwiek, went to Port
land thi morning.
Mr Cable Is being entcrtnined by
Mr. A. E. McCully.
Frank Buford, of Ynquinn, is in
ti n and will be for several days.
jlcs.rs. Henry Bean, John
Wrl"bt and Ed. Hughes, from Pal
tMine, 111., gave us a pleasant call.
E-policeman Barendrick, (that
-iiclling is otllcially authorized and
therefore correct), was in town from
K. D. Suuford of Graft's Pass is at
the fair grounds arranging for the
Kile aud delivery of several car loads
of water melons.
W.J. Culver, county surveyor,
gave us a call to-day. Probably he
will open an office in the court
house before long.
Mrs. Louis Kubn returned yester
day, from her sad mission to Callfor-
i., whom sue went wiui iue il-
mains of her brother, Mr. Abe
John F. Bragg, of San Francisco,
agent for a number of eminent
lecturers, and his cousin, Miss
Laiwlrijt, arrived In town from Al
bany, this morning.
Dr. Aug. C. IUnnftjr, of Astoria,
tho genlat iiiid tleVofcd prohi, n
turned from seeing &W wt n
California, who has been sick. He
went ou to Oregon City on profess
ional duties this morning but will
return to Salem before going, home.
A New SUM.
Messrs. Wolff" and Donavon,
wlwe arrival from Kansas City was
lately nbtlced In the JACttN-i.LThAVe
rented the "line store- in Uie lirst
National, Bank block, until now oc
cupied by the Oregon Land com
pany. They yesterday weut to
Portland for tine etoeK or canines,
eonfectfonerterf and fancy greceries:
This is certainly a good stand for
business being the first store of the-
.. i ..'. .7.. ..- ..ii...tt..
i. iiit rn urinicL. iiiu in.iuiiv.nni ui
those who come'ln from rolfc county,
ver tho free bridge, or from North
Mlem, tho fair grounds, Sjlverton
and thAt end' of the county. As
new corners they should be accorded
u fair share of patronage if found to
ilou well hv the r customers aa
Ily Saturday night the rails of the
Portland & Vancouver railway will
be laid to the Columbia river. Work
has boen commenced on the extcu
iou which Ii to tun out itittf the
river, pastl the second sand! fepit, a
distance of nearly 200CL feet. Thja fa
to be a very substantial structure,
five piles ineaeh tier. At the outer
end a wharf will bo run some dis
tance down stream, where boats can
land at any stage of water. Onttil
will be built trie depot, and from
thin point boats will 1ms run to La-
ramiis. WiiHliouenl. Rooster Rook.
nd othor points un.tho Columbin,
A JipiaeM Mlttlt.
At the Willamette University may
U; Ken diligently studying for a
1,-eneral EngUhh, cducatlnn and fete
the ministry a full blooded "jap."
His name is Okawa uud-he prefaces
it with the American wgnofhen
Henry. He is a uatlve of Toklo,
Jpnn, und came to GaJifornla three
jeare ago. J Fan Rranclij "He lk
oime a convert to CUrUtlknlfy
ti(l Is now fitting himself to go and
preach that reljginn ta Id counlry
men. He is intelligent and tudinuu,
nd is fast picking tinour language.
A Ga4 rum.
J. P. Robertson, on hla farm; hw
thin mnison raised 1612 bushels of
wheat, over.oOO bushels of oata, and
JO bushel of potutooj the latter
t the rate of 400 busheln per acre.
Vet he has been advertising his
?kiv, crop, fruit, liny, improvements
od all, some seven miles from town
1 with a district ehool houn? tid
ying, for f85 per acre. Somebody
1 mtees by not buying a good thing.
" h Ktlll for sale.
The chairman of the reference
wmitteeof Sedgwick l'not No. JO
l W. R. C, of the name jxwt, re
't all membera of said commit-
nUy w.iIi.k at 70 o'alook at
T. iu iuh Lnt wrl-
Tl'f Iwui.l a( Ki)e will nwwt to re-1
BiniM, Satunlav the 15th, at S
l'k Ml ar ranltalh Invitetl
HIP VAX WINKLE WAKED IT.
He Wants a Woolen Mill in Salem.
Ed. Jouhxal : There is room for
a good woolen mill in tills valley.
Will we encourage some enterpris
ing compauy to build one, or will
we sit on tne fence, anil see the pro
cession go by?
Should a reasonable measure be
proposed and submitted to the peo
ple, they would endorse it. The
bridge did not possess the merit of
a factory, yet the people endorsed
tho building of it. The taxes c
pay are not so much to the people as
getting the ready means to pay
them. Twenty-five thousand dol
lars paid out, per month to the ope
ratives, would give businehs new
life. Why not mako an edort in
that direction, call a meeting and
get an expression from the people?
With great enterprises growing up
all around us, wcean't ailord tostand
still until the wants of this com
monwealth are all supplied. We
must act, or get left.
A Rip van Wixklk,
Waked, after twenty years.
Salem, Or. Sept. 12. 'SS.
We are coming to the fair.
Farmers are very buy hauling
The trains both ways show a
great deal of travel.
Frank Evans, the boy that had
his arm on k n, is doing well.
Farmers will start preparing for
nest season with a good heart.
Prof. Egan has returned from his
stock ranch near Gaston, where he
has been burning his slashing.
James Finney lost a tine young
' ' TltV.' ,'Lji!.'.i;ji JLiVSL.
miiri v;uui, uvu uuimrcu uuiiHra,
He was offered $400 last fall for this
aiid another one.
Lafayette Hughes, of tHe real
estate flrnVo'&iglies & Bellinger,
who has hiitfofj from the temperance
platform work on account of a
needed resf, came fit tills week from
Palestine, Illinois, with the ad
vance guard- dt i('large number of
immigrautaThat. im m inuucing 10
come out here, having- arranged
for the securing' of roundtrip tickets
at reduced rates, ood for six months.
The. mosC of. them remain for' the
present Iiv Portland. A Iilrgtt cotn
piiny will start from the east on the
20th.. Polities, are- so, wanii-, there
that, unfit lifter election alf Ifial ciin
will be iK'rsuaded to remain and
take part In the contest.
I rinrt oflrfctorft.
The university faculty have dp-
eided to follow up Mr. Cable's read
ings with lectures bv Urel rate
talent. Dr. Robt. Kourse, of'Wasji
lijfto'u D C, will "lecttire on "Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," and on
"John and Jonathan," October
26, and 27th. He will also preach
in the M. E. church an Sunday 23d.
Tjios. Howe.is the proud poswessor
faihnhdsomqr and Very promphig
Itrpo yar old'Albimoiit colt wlflch
he has brought from the Mosher
stable at the fair grounds. His sire
Uhcd (q get over a mile.of ground in
2.28, atlil 01111 ai tlie colt Is he
runs in 40.
Dr. Prter, upeclulist, having
been callexl ttt Gervajs o perform an
fajjeratiop, tlW rinilAvi' o(Ja tumor,
and to Portland on professional bunl
newr, will return on Monday J7th
liit.t.,aud t-an'tttf fouudln'Ms-onlee,
corner of Liberty and CherneVeta
Brenham fc' StrnuV, or OUcka
mas county, have Just brought to
thiitiitb fair gnmnds, 0. doUpNk of
mmwtrr.oxcn. Thtj stajid' higher
than the-head ofa 6 ft 8 inch man,
and lire called ha!ighhln." If fat,
tliey would weigh a ton ap!et.
It loqka btrangc tononieofoureai-t-enivlsltore
who live where apples
are scarce to see five or six two-hon-e
wagons drlw up to the fruit dryer
aud imve the fruit shoveled in like
ooal into a bin. But that's the way
TheOruKon iJind Company
IHtvine TVHimi iikidhot ""
he'.v oet-upleI, for u towsy groeary
JMKHKB the rtnte ftir m w
Hops look tine and the ylold will
Dr. Will Gioy has returned from
n week's vacation to llwaco.
Hurst & Son have overhauled
their grist mill and put it in good
trim for work.
Mrs. Giesy aud Miss Gussle are
expected home from their Denver,
Colorado, trip, this Aeek.
Rev. Mr. Day preached here last
Sunday morning and evening and
at Hubbard in the afternoon.
From the amount of beeves killed,
tho appetites of Auroraus and the
hotel guests must be first class.
The Jui'KXAi. is promised an
interesting account of the wonderful
medicinal springs of this place.
Mrs. Beck has old her home place
of 18 acres, reserving one house and
two acres, for nearly $100 per acre.
Miss Hurst, tho Miller's daughter,
at times suffers considerably from
heart trouble, making her Very
weak when the attacks come on.
Rev. J. W. Webb spent Sunday
with his daughter and Mr. Giesy,
and expressed himself well pleaded
with what he saw In a long ride In
aud about Aurora.
Gua Giesy un made two very ad
vantageous purchases or iiinu lately,
near to.wn. He lias had about 17
acres slashed, and It looks as If it
would make a good burn and yield a
good crop of gras of grain which
ever he may conclude to ow iu the
At the noon exercises of the uni
versity, Prof.' Jjfc Y. Rork led the
devotional exercises. At the cIomj,
Geo. W. Cable stepped upon the
platform, arid 'was Introduced to the
students by President Van Scoy.
The distinguished lecturer and
reader 1 small hian, very unas
suming aud uiidemostratlvc, with a
clear and flexible voice without
much Volume, in an ordinary
talk. Having been at tho desk all
ni'.iruing, prepaiiug an article for
publication, lie declared that all
facetiouuess had left him. He,
therefore, gave only a very earnest
aud practical talk, on future citizen
ship. When lie declared his regret
that he could include only the boys.'
side of the house, and nflirmcd, "al
though I came from the othor side,
iu the late war" lie is a Southern
man "I dcslro that women should
exercise not only the lights but also
the duties of suffrage," he was greet
ed with warm applause.
As he Urged a courage like Jqsh
uu'fl, a holding oucscll up to moral
Ideals In political as well ns in every
day life, ho showed hlfl high appre
ciation of morality, religion, and
Ho was loudly eheeered at the
cjosc. His readings will Ih listened
to with increased interest, to-night.
Tho Oregcmiaii, that? often" pHsst
peophjiwlth. a slngjc paragraph orn
slight mention, devotes a- couple (if
columns to Geo. W. Cable and his
reading? iu the tabernacle. n Port
land. Helndescrlbedafc no ordinary
man. Besides giving his readings
nearly every night he Is writing for
two, nlftgH'itnes ttild A pupf, aud
whnnt. home, In Ronton, heteaeiics
adntlby schbol claWi or 1,600' to
2,uM foch Sundaj-. Wit, pathon;
frfwrr and ilegro dialect, the drtftiia
tic and tj'c iutensly reaiistlo are
won'ijcrfujly bjended in hfs readings
aays mat paper, une uiglit only
He appears In Salem
the ojtera houw.
Mr. II. Iiench, of the Iaoh nur
sery, of East Salem, laid on our
table to-day, some fine specimens of
Concord, grain. They were raised
on hls-premises, and the wimple left
at the JofiiNAl. otllcv, would pass
muster In any grape show.
MOgllK-COCUAX.-At the residence of
ili' tirirfr tmrcnta in Iuklllr Ctmu.
MiiinHy.rHTi. " runny iciinn '
i Wm. X MHMr, Ite J. It. X. IWi, m-1
The wedding was soieir.nltcd In '
tlvw of the high contracting iwrtkn. I. ijfttVU uwif kluctrin i'tlttere' with'
Thel.riilelHoneofDougliwpounty'Hnwt happy nmuU. My brother
,nMt lHntlful ....1 worthy young fe. " ?.!?:., ,'h ' UrUl
IIIO priCIlLI. il lilt- llllllicuiuiu ivin-
loilK mid the gnMimlMHkterlingi, ,..,,neiy uoof thlimwlloine. Am
young ninii of tine himinoMi ability. mdlHlkl Klevtrio IJlttorM mvel hln
UiKwtiiwwterMt IhlHirg, Mini Juih life."
iL . frf-A. l. u-uh il. l,a, I Mr. D. I. -SV eoxon.of HorCMVo,
.... .. " "- - "
iy couple long life Mild prosperity.
I Ml KM.
TlloMiioK-At kateia, hh. ii. I, un
Cable to-night. t
Read the new mil estate ad., tc
da.v. Cable at the ojwni hou', at S p.
Tickets for the readings to-night,
are M.'lllng freely."
Na-te paper and oxehnuges for
S.IIO HI IIllS IlIlilM
Painless dental operations at Dr.
T. C. Smith's, !2 State street.
G. B. Barr, book-keeper at the
penitentiary, lias quite a sick little
The ladies of the Presbyteilah
church will have a refreshment
booth at the fair.
The Willamette Assembly of the
Knights of Labor meets to-night,
in Good Templar's Hall.
The W. C. T. U. is busy, llttlng
up their literature booth in the pa
vilion, on the fair ground.
Geo. W. Cable Is praised without
stint by those who have heard lilm
rend from his own novels. Hear
The fuuend of Mrs. Brooks took
place this afternoon, a large number
of friends assembling to pay the
last tribute of respect.
"Grandpa" Byars looks doubly
patriarchal with ills white looks,
just now. While "Grandpa" Street
Commissioner Thompsdli Kits quite
a patrinrchlal air.
The managers of the- IcC cream
festival to be held unlglit In C".
T. U. hall, are thnnktul for two
handsome botpitlH presented by Mr.
Bayliss, the blacksmith.
D. D. Prottyman has charge of
the floral department at the state
fair this year. It is all cleaned up
and ready for exhibits, which
should all Ik) iu by Saturday eve
ning. That welcome guest to all mil road
men, tho pay ear, that since the
days of Ben Holliday lias nuver
failed to ninko its punctual rounds
in the middle of each month, passed
on its way south, this morning.
Special attention is called to the
big ad. of Lunn it Brown', Salem's
line store for dry goods, and ladies
and men's furnishinggoodH, carpets
laces In fact all staples and many
specialties, a very largo stock well
There will be a series of half-hohi
lectured delivered Sunday evenings
iu tlio M. E. church by the pastor.
These lectures are preparedwith an
eye to the youth, but all may receive.
some truth that may be helpful.
Lot the house be packed every Sun
Tho convict O'Brien, at the penl
touli iry, 1h undi ubtcdly Insane. In
his wanderings he "breaks me all
up," says Superintendent Downing,
as lie picaus 10 no Ulrica 10 ms
mother who, he thinks lives In
totytt, iu) he wants to promise her
neertokecp bad company again,
He says his father won't let him go
home but his mother would.
A WORTHY ENTERPRISE.
On ru luf, lart,.Blout'foiir moritHn ngtf,
Dr. Ollbtrt opened n nfll ee and MibluiriiTrii
In Ibb uink block, Hiilcih, und adTntlifd
to Irent chronic dlWuorf on ncfmlln'c
prlurlpW Hlnco tlmt tlirtf hlr prrfrth
liw Vh ntwdliy IHcUlrigii' mtli lr t
tuutliewnrfo1)lfBl tiiMs.-ure more room
nnd lncxclnc facllltloi', und now finding
nlmvJfunttq(o attend to hl numrrOui
rili-mn. fie limfrnUired I Into purtnrrxliln
wllb Dr. ii. W. Wmp. of lWtrot. MlclIC
K4ii, pbyilclun aud Kuncoon of Inrtfo cz
perlcne', Thoroirtjhljriioompctcat, at4
upoclallirt lh rtfue of tUt cy. 'rfr," IhWuit
nnd nnxil cavltl whoJhuKj roiiiel(Hi
hU fmnllyito mke bin hon)'lb;'l4)rm.
Tnenew'nrjn will bo known Dm. OIL
bert Wemp nd will ix-cupy th com.
modioli room In the bnnk'Moctf, (or
offlcc nd MinltArlum, nnd will conVJotl
the lr hiiiilnrtui under tho nam undlnlyti
of Th 0fgn Mllcil and Surglctl Imtilyli. It U
their Intention to rn neither pain nor
xeiue In their effort to make, thU lh
inont complete Institution, for tho treat-
menVof all airmii of dlinuo, epeelally
chnmte. In llw northwent.
Medicated npor halhii. Weclro-maiit-
j lurii, oxygen and iniuMi(r, together with
all modern and ncleuUflo appliance lor
the thorough cure of dfMioe, will be urd.
Kxamlnatlon will he free, und charge
utrleUy moderate, Addrr Dm. Olltert
A Wemp, Hank blofk, or pontoftlro Ixix 178,
X h4 Legal Oylilta
JIUUIUIIIIUV .uuiiuu;, ""I'l
f Atty.. uniy
Co., 'Ajjc., ay: I
Ky., HdiluM like teiitiinoiiy, wtying?.
jiJ.'Ktivelv beHwe he wouldlmre
dlwl, hml ft not been for Hteetrlo
JJltu'ni- . ... . .r
Thin great rernly will ward olr!
hd well a 'lire nil malarial dloeaMM,
" . rMikldiiev. liver ilid Mtomarh
'1 andfl at Ur I! W (ox
Sale or Rent
Quantity and Quality to1 Suit
Lands' near Ii It Facilities.
A GOODv GITASTGE
Renter or Par
TEAMS' AND STOCK
ON TIIK KAtlM
WItL BE SOLD
To IIm Irtiylng twine, If delred.
Cr PartirillflrQ Csl Jit
lUI I a llt-UIOI o uan ui
I 1Mb VJIIIUC-
Ontril Hmu Miriig, lliiiitg awl
Work jieoiiipliy dime at reMnalle ralML
lrdf left at I AflTAi Jvi MWAI m
!n,mww-vr nj jminej-vji
Will continue Her School for the -suing
year at Hie LITTLE CENTRAL
SCHOOL BUILDING, Cor. Church d
Marion Sts.. beginning
COiplVATOBY OF 1IUSIC!
liv.l ucrml Kchool of imilo on the
noithneot conxt. About
150 SITDKNTS LAST VKAIL
IM11110, Ormiii, SSttmltxji, Vloll
Hormuny, nnt Cminti.
Diploma on completion ! -courMe.
Tinchem! X. M. l'nfvni. l'mnUU i
Jours, i:itCVtt, AnHisliiiil, f.uln M. HmlUt.
1 lint term beulni Monday, Hrptrimcr
Sd, lvv. Send for (iiIiiIoruc. Korlurtlxr
MliHlcnl lMrm'tor.Sulcm, Or.
ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL,
the xi'liooi hIII open on the "iu
of Seplcmber. lliorouith liictruc-
tldii In thoprlmnry und
LITIS ASH FXEMtSTS OF SIIBK
TKH.MHiuut further lurorniittlou 11111) be
1'iid on iitiplliullou to , ,
ltrlV. V. if. Itisr,
Cor. Cliemeketii unit Suite HIl
(IniiliinltM HtudenU In
Norhlal, Ilusiiit'iJs, LaV,
KUtheoldetit, lilrgekt nhd IrftM Axpett
nhc JiiNlllulliiii of IcHirnliiK In llin tiitrU
weet., . ti Itllot 0emi flrt Mundny lit rt(tl,mhe.
tfend MriltilloguK tn
111 inn i. 1 1 111111 it I fi 1
FOR SALE or RENT!
Well WutA-eVt irrid Wl'tltol tlnUer.,iyo
noaiMiinnrt two Mra' lwtinreluod,
Mudow uiidMM uerm yutw Uuav Kin
berof rtilUf wlttntm iflswirwalnudr
hornr e dou eir t o nmi 1.
orneriot ou meu,
xr. it. ft. a tianrain ft
Pn'ouirr' at Office of Caoljal ioufrtaV
A'Kodd'lrtm frilli Ifre IoWef. loo
for (UI. M. fnmi ' orid to full caiutclly.
All for the luV price Ol W. Call at (ho IV
clnc tlder, Vlner.rKrult,)feerTlif
L'oiiiiuy' oltlre. Halem, UrrktJD.
Tk KuU of TUU.
L wtii iiuprord iWK.wi. wy'lrM
mile of halem. (faxt roafl U InvPii Uie
)er around, imildiny wal. fJNE.YOUNG
ORCHARD and exreileiit rrnu'lHiid. ThU
f a lmrKlu,aiid wllllirheld oiily a thori
time ut tlriv netrn. Cull, aiiif-Wd wit
how jou 1 he pnirty ,
A. B. HUDEIjSON,
II A HOW A UK, TIXWAKF
StevM, and Farmlaj ImptamMts.
AMi mtrtm a full wwk M
CIOAIIH and TOIIACCO,
(II.ASH ami I'l'lTY
Mother and 1 liHd doing m II
lierv oih- w eek only.