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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL.
THUESD'AY, SEPT. 0, 1SSS.
The Fair Thlnj.
So far as it oes, the State Board
of Immigration has done a just
tklug towards an hidefatigahlolpub
licofllcer who fs acknowledged to
have voluntarily done an immense
amount of work far beyond the pre
scribed duties of his office in obtain
ing the passing of influential per
sons through the state, on tours of
observation, the very best advertise-;
meut it could have.
"We clip the following from the
A communication was read 'friu'
Hon. E. B. McElroy, givfng aide
tailed account of his work 'ha 'San
Francisco during the National Ed
ucational Association. tie letter
went on to say that the writer had
received from the following bodies
the stuns named.,
Portland Immlsratlon'Uoard JS100
Albnnr iionru 01 nnae
Hulem Hoard of Trade
Oresron Hoard ofTrnde
Total . $190
He has made disbursements to
the amount of $431, or an excess of
$241 over the sum received by liim.
Of this deficit the Salem Board of
Trade had reimbursed him to the ex'
tent df $50, leaving him still out of
pocket?191. In this condition he
desired to refer the matter to tho
board 'for their consideVation.
On 'motion ofIr. Corbett the sum
of SlOdwas ordered paid Mr. Mc
Elroy, and, tho "Secretary was in
structed to issue a waYrant therefor.
We have not received the slight
est nint irom rror. aioisiroy or any
of his friends about this indeed we
plead guilty to having forgotten till
reading the above report in tho
News that wo had ever known that
he was out of pocket. And we ask,
simply in a spirit , of justice, what
should be done about the other
ninety odd dollars?. He ought to
be reimbursed every cent of it.
Credit Wbere Credit Dae.
Henry "Ward Beechcr ouce
dropped into a village church incog,
and heard one of his own sermons
very well read, but without any ac
knowledgement of its author. When
Mr. B. told the preacher who he
was, no .received this cool reply:
"Well, Mr. Beecher, I'm not
ashamed to preach one of your ter-
It is noteworthy, and tho Joun
nal, should not complain of the ini
plied compliment, that the Peiutlb-
ton Tribune is not ashamed to print
one of oitr editorials, double leaded
at that, but without giving credit to
this paper for the screed.
Southern Oregon Fruit Exhibit.
Hon. lloht. A. Miller, of Jackson
ville, has been taking in the state
fair. Before leaving for Portland,
to-day, ho told the JormxAi. reiorter
of a big time they are going to have
at Ish's grove, between Medford
and Jacksonville, on Saturday, 20th
Inst. Southern Oregon proposes, to
spread itself in a grand, oye-opening
fruit display which is to astonish
not only tho outsiders but tho na
tives themselves. And they can dp
it. They have the climate and soil.
C. B. Irvine, a newspaper man of
Kansas City, Mo., is In lowu. He
has travojed from Biltish Columbia
to San Diego and has seen nothing
better than the Willamette valley.
He took homo some of our wheat,, a
few Weeks ago, and people who had
been pretty well satisfied heretofore
with their own gralu began to think
that they had never seen much
Two .yeara ago John Stotger lost a
wheelbarrow. Yesterday he found
It. Ho had suspected a man of bor
rowing it surreptitiously and yoster
day's discovery verified his sus
picion's. The barrow had been
newly paiuted but tho old earmarks
hliswed through paint, dirt and all.
At armory B, at 8 o'clook to-night,
the 2nd regiment, O. N. G., will
hold an election to fill the vacauoy
oauod by the resignation of liWut.
Patterson. All oomml&iioned ofll-
cer are entitled to -veto.
Ruin or shine, fair or ho fldr, the
Oregon Land Ootnpany are out
Stowing hw comers bargain Ir
nal estate. They have built a stable
Md keep tuw lor UU afmM pot-
Call at WaUcHMC rtodwrmiit for a
ul meal. All the luxurie of the
the Capital Jock- ' -I-- The uotUv J. J.rt ; you an
, retjueaU-U U iiUif yur friend.
The burning of a bridge here
caused a day'sdelayof uarrowgaugo
trains, last Saturday.
School began last Monday, under
the tuition of Mr. Bruce Mcssick,
formerly of tho Salt Creek school.
Elder Doty preached "Sunday
morning and evening two interest
ing sermons at the Christian church.
Mr. George Townseud, late demo
cratic candidate for county clerk, is
visiting his father, Mr. Ira Town
send. The voice of the reaper and the
hum of the thresher are heard no
longor.iii the land but long lines of
grain-laden wagons presaging an
abundance go to show that Oregon,
this year, is verily tho cornucopia
of our great nation.
Messrs. J. Frlzzeli and Wright of
this place and Mr. H. V. McNary of
balem returned Friday from a
week's bout in the mountains, after
elk and fish. They reported no elk.
but plenty of fun, fish and hair
Quito an extenslvo faeUA fire,
originating doubtless from locomo
tives parks, burned over an extensive
stubble field destroying a long line
of fence between Messrs. Keyt and
Howe but was quenched before
reaching a pile of several thousand
bushels of wheat of the latter gentle
man s wmen it inrcatcued.
Mrs. J. P. Frlzzeli has removed
with hert'wb daughters to Salem to
enablo them to attend.theuniverslty.
Mr. Frizzell wllUremaln hero for the
present. Also Mr. Scott A. Biggs
and family havo taken up their
permanent residinco in Saleni hav
ing purchased and moved into the
Dr. Magers' property. These are
borne of the most substantial of our
West side citizens.
Where is Perrydale and what is It?
A town fifty miles south of Portland
and twelve northwest of Salem on
the west side narrow gauge railway,
cpnsistingof one general store, ono
blacksmith shpp, two churches, one
the Christian the other the Metho
dist, a livery and feed stable, and
twelve or moro nice dwellings, situ
ated in one of the prettiest and most
fertile spots in tho celebrated Wil
Following is tho list of names
drawn as jurors for tho October term
of circuit ceurt:
Blair Forward, farmer, Silverton.
W. H, Cooper, mechanic, Stayton.
B. F. Hall, farmer, Woodburn.
J. F. Anderson, farmer, Howell
N. N. Matlock, fanner, Abulia.
Calvin Gecr, fanner, Silverton.
II. Ilerrcu, farmer, Salem.
W. C. Hubbard, farmor, Fairilold.
W. II. Bingo, fanner, Gevuls.
H. H. Savngo, fanner, Salem.
Jos. Ledgerwood, farmer. Sub
Thris. Bruce, farmor, Salem.
F. M. Albaugh, fanner, Sublimity.
John Wohrun, farmer, Fairfield.
John Thomas, farmer Stayton.
F. A. Wauloss, fanner. Salem.
IJ. Phelps, farmer, Silverton.
D. Kavanaugh, fanner, St. Louis.
A. H.'Cornellus, farmor, Marlon.
E. N. Thomas, merchant, Jefl'er-
W. T, CJark, farmer. Mehama.
J. W. Laham, fusmo'r, Mehama.
Gus. Janz, farmer, Howell
Prairie. . , .
John Hoofer, farmor, Chainpoog.
If arvey Walker farmery Salem.
R. A. Witzel, farmor, Salem.
Jamert Whitney, farmer, Butte
ville. i ohhiWltcben, mumliaift,?Turn'ur.
Geo". B. Hovendon, farmor, Hub
bard. Marlon Eskow, farmer, Mehama.
Willi l Kiow Atwat Vresti.
Thb j'orhiN'Ali lately stated that If
postage were sent by any of Its
readers who deslro a copy of tho
Marge pamphlet "RosoureerJ of Ore
gon," published by order of tho last
legislature for free distribution, wej
would take the trouble to mall a
copy, as a number are kept on hand
in this office. Among oUiera who
have bent for them in a gentleman
from Paso Roblets, Ban Luta Obitpo
county. SAuthorii California. Many
are tooklng Oregonward and not a
few 1 ve come to stay, buying
borne. We may add that the post
age on the MtiipHlet k four eonta.
.1 BrtarMl Utortmrf.
To-uht. at the Chr iiiancJiunsh.
Rev. W. K. AWII, a mlMtomtO'
from JnnMkM ud agent "'
Woman Utmr.1 of Mli.tiw. will
-wpivn. Miu -
Tho day oponed dubiously and
before teu o'clock, tho time se,t for
the parade, the rain camo down In
torrents driving the people to tho
pavilion and machinery hall, and
necessitating the postponement of
the stock parade until to-morrow.
The attendance yesterday was a
gratifying Increase over that of
Monday and Tuesday, and, not
withstanding the rain, it is still
larger to-day. In the pavilion the
displays of vegeiables from Marion
county by H. W. Savage, and from
Polk county by Win. Wright are
well worthy of notice. A flno con
cert wasgiven at 2.30 p. in at Whale
& Gallagher's oigan stand.
The heavy rain spoilt the races.
Tho Beekeeper's Stale Association,
ft very Important society was to have
met last night but tho farmers con
gress prevented. They will meet to
To- morrow tho Jouhxai. will pub
lish all the awards of the judges In
the various departments.
Mrs. Ella Hamilton exhibits a
very handy doniojtic fruit dryer, tho
"Victor," that can be put on n com
mon stovo or over a coal oil lamp.
The lady shows some creditable sam
ples of its work. It caii dry several
bushels a day. ,-. . , !
JZ. T. Wright has at work what is
said to bo the very latest improved
thresher, tho "Advance." It cer
tainlv works very smoothly and
shows additions not on ordinary
machines. Tho .testimonials ni ( to
its efficiency In tho field tills season
are very strong.
C. P. Bally, of San Jose, Cal. bro't
up some moro elegant goat skins to
day. This time, they had live goats
in them. W. H. liars' fine buok
secured n'buib rlbboit.
A large meeting of r farmers was
heldl'as'tulghLto.iiicr.lroct this or
ganization. Mr. "Wilkins, or Lane,
president, in elialr: Joseph Gaston,
secretary., !3U? ivrenprt from J()hii
Miiito anil others', who'fmu'.falled to
prepare constitution ."". uy-mwu,
and an addrebs to the fanners of the
state in favor of the organization,
recommending that no slops be
taken in that direction, aconiniltteo
to do that work was appointed;
John Shutc, of Washington county,
Clias. Miller, J. P. Robertson and
John Osborn. of Marlon, and J.
Clem, of Linn. Prof. Rork mado a
rattling speech on many live topics
and warmed up tho fanners for not
hanging solidly together for the
legislation they need instead of be
ing fooled by politicians of both
partlea. Ho gave solid chunks of
practical advice, and tramped with
out C3iemony, but smilingly, oi
soino political corns, ll'cted inuch
applaus. Adjourned till tonight
at S p. m.
Billy Wright is the right man to
raise vegetables. Ho has a very
creditable dinplay at tho pavilion,
raised on his ftum at Brown Island,
Look out for gamblers, for they
look out fur you.
Fair more than half through.
It is said that 700 was paid for
tho privilege to keep the paloon on
the race part of the fair grounds.
Among the sketches in the
pavilion are fceveral very excellent
ones done by children. Notably
"Gp Fetch" by a little MIbh between
11 and 12 j'cara of age, Tim sketch
is of a child throwing a stick into
tho wutar and tolling her dog fo go
and futoh It out.
Miss Maggie Butler of Monmouth
is in charge of the laco and crpchct
department and has quitean exhibit
in that line.
On Tuesday night, Mr. Matlock
and wife were robbed of their
'watches at tlio Chomekuto hotul.
liThe tlifef entered (heir room, hwvftig
unlocked their door with a skeleton
key. Mr. Matlook Iwd quite huiu
of money under bin head, whlcJi
wan. not disturbed. People wltli
valiiublee, will do wall to depoait
them In the hauk or with the land
lord. A number of mbberiM liave
bsen eouuulUeil alnce Uie fair began.
There are all kind of gauie U awiii
die the uiMiWfrneeUug, audtlieiuau
who tblHlw he mi beat a awfnler'
game k a footiah fellow to begin
Prof. W. W. Rffatow, of the atale
Agricultural College la In town. He
would like to tee the eighth euhoUr
uhtt to which Marios county Is en
titled, takeu up. Who wwota to
obtain a geoaral and indMatrial
edooaUou, tuition freat
Wlwat at Corvalll atflt
eenUi, and U riillouiatu
ntartr Ywiutua, 77 Urn teou
kuded on the can.
Wilkins keeps a good restaurant
at Uie fair. Try him.
Talnless dental operations at Dr.
T. C. Smith's, 92 State street.
Hear Rev. Aiblll. of Indianapolis,
to-night at tho Christian church.
Try Kelly Bros'. Commercial
streets for Ice cream or full lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Glesy, and Mrs.
Lou Greenwood, are up from Au
rora. Now is tho time to buy real estate.
Read tho various ads of our real es
For a good, homelike meal go to
the W. C. T. U., in tho opera house
block, Court street.
Half faro rates will bo granted by
tho railroads to the mechanics' fair.
It opens in Portland, Oct. 4th.
Farmers' congress over machinery
hall to-night at 8 o'clock. All in
terested In fanning should attend.
Prof. G. M. Miller, prohl orator,
Is In town In the Interest of tho Pa
cific Express, remaining till Satur
day. On the fairgrounds you can get n
good meal foriK centant tho Yamhill
restaurant, next to tho secretary's
Llcenso to wed was granted by
County Clerk Babcock, yesterday,
to A. L. Clark and Martha Cava
naugh. Read Isaac "Elder's ad about pure
bnd shorthorn stock, , and go and
co them at tho fair. His homo is
Dr. Nourso of Washington, J). C,
will preach in tliu M. E. church
next Sunday plght. He Is said to
bo a lino pulpit orator.
Watklnsforseclng the demand 'for
nicalahas mado extra provision at
the Rocky Mountain restaurant,
opposite tho opera house.
Yesterday morning tho California
train ran Into tho rear of a freight
train at Shedds, damaging the en
gine and shaking things up gener
Direct advices from McMlnnvlllo
say there are no ne,w cases of small
pox, but. people, there aro scared
enough about what they already
Be sure and come to Donuelson's
Bros, restaurant and got a good
square meal for a quarter. Wo
guarantee us good a meal as Is to be
had on tho grounds. It.
Ono of the trains to the fair
ground ran oil tho track this morn
ing, owing to a switch being left
open. No damage, only detention.
Too great caro can not bo taken.
Mr. Erplaing has a cosmorania
whioli Is really excellent. It con
sists of 00 views of battle fields and
scouory and Is well worth the price
of admission. Near the pavilion.
Wo call attention of tho farmers
who doslro to improve their stock,
to tho ad of R. W. Carey, of Mac
leiiy. In this county, concurnl.ijr his
thoroughbred cattle, sheep and
R. II. Price, Salem pioneer hack
man, will wait on passengers to or
from the dpot with prompt not
and pnlltonostt. Leave orders at
the White Corner whero his slate
A. J. Basey is at all (linen ready
to attend orders to take Intending
pasMUiigers to the train or meuttheiu
there uud take them to any jmrt of
the city. Also ready to attoud all
calls night and day. tf.
Mr. Chas. E. Dixon has an on ex
hibition tho "Dixon Washer," the
only dipping washboard In the
United Sutton. Tho ladle ha vuuul
vernully decided In Its favor. The
machines are manufactured at For
est Grove, Or. 1-t.
Thomas Bros., of Stayton, liave
a big contract on hand, to forward
to tho ffciijt all the railroad jiaiidtt
tlwt the O. P. sent them. A day or
or two ago, no lew than 800 came.
Hut they were equal to the occasion
and sent them forward.
For good goods In endlawt variety,
for all houHikeenliig and many
other purpowji, at the lowent prleori,
aud whiah oau Im paid on the mny
Installment plan, yon aliould go to
Smith's auction store, In the bank
block, Commercial ktreei. See lib
new ad thla Meek, ye who are in to
Road the lecture ad. about Dr.
Xouree of Washington City who
peaks In the opera houe oh Wed
nesday and Thursday ot next w ek.
If there la anything In etroug teail-
uuMiiakt from men of national repute
who are above giving "tatty," the
'-.- . ..--.. ....'!
xn. w ma ormior, auu iuu oi wn ium
iuCunnatlou uiurf haipUy uuuvoytxL ,
tkyou UekHa oarly and U in
nwrv ami. At J. IJ. Hurr" or
T. y.j.. I'nitoiia U,k mr- Ihey
uii i- M-cuinl. ,
Rev. Silas Williams and dough
tors, of Albany Prairie, are visiting
relatives and friends, at Clyiuer.
Miss Jennie GrlUlth will begin
teaching tho fall term of school at
Oak Ridge, next Monday morning.
Lovers of the cause propose hav
ing a prohibition picnic In this vi
cinity sometime during tho present
Mrs. Ed Adams and children, of
Goldeudale, W. T., aro visiting Mrs.
Adams' parents, Row and Mr. John
I.lttlo Mary, youngestdaughterof
T. B. Patton, late county assessor,
was badly burned last Saturday by
falling agalust tho hot stove.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Patton,
Messrs. L. C. Grlnlth, John and
Charles Short, have gono to tho
mountains, for a few days' recrea
tion. Mr. Fls-choris now In tho midst of
his hop-plcklng. Tho hops aro in
tine condition and it will bo ten days
or two weeks iwforo tho work Is
Tho Misses Grace and Matilda
Hunt, are making preparations to
attend tho whiter term of school, at
the Academy of tho Sacred Heart,
John McCrow, the man who Is
entitled to the premium as tho best
manager of a threshing machine,
had tho misfortune to lose two val
uable horses within tho last three
Row David Lynch, formerly or
McMtnnvlllo, will preach his fare
well sermon at this place, next Sun
day, previous to his departure for
Goldeudale, W. T., where his la
bors will bo during the coming year.
Tommy Jones has Invested nomo
of his surplus in a 'nice now buggy,
and now tho rural maiden's heart
flutters with joyful anticipation of
a delightful ride, when she sees the
fine outfit hitched at papa'H front
Mrs. Henry Warren Is at Albany,
where she has beon culled to aunlut
In tho nursing of her niece, Mrs.
Edelsnmn, of Gilliam county, who
baa an attack of typhoid fever. Mrs.
Edelsman went to Albany to bo
treated for cancer, and Is under the
care of Dr. McAllister.
There were several thousand
visitors present at the fair
yesterday. At tho race track
were near rour thousand I'co
ple, at least, a large number of them
being ladies. The popular favorite
in three best In five tiotting race was
I.lttlo .loe, who acquitted hlniKolfHo
credlllbly last year. Among pool
buyeiH, however, Contrao.or took
the lead and at one time sold at $08
to 10. There was an liupromlou on
tho part of the Judges that all was
not square, mid during the race they
changed Joe's driver. The result of
tho race Is appended.
There were five entries In tho Min
gle dash i mllo vl.: Kceiienko Uo-
gus, .Luily Dully, John Hall and
Daniel I). Daniel II it, Lady Duffy
2-.l, Rogers 8rd, Kceptwke -hli, and
Tho da-di was won by Daniel H In
Ill tholrottingrucotliR'obuHtln l-u
Little Joe won the innldu, Contrac
tor 2nd, fonduo rd. ThoflrHlhont
was won by Contractor, time, 20J.
Second heat won by Coudeo : time,
Condee first, LIttIo Joo 2uiJ, Con
tractor way back. Thli heat wm by
Llttlu Joe 1st, Condeo 2nd, Contrac
tor 3rd. Time, 2:27.
Fourth heat won by Contractor;
uoiiuee 2nd, Llttlu Joo 3rd. Tlmo,
2:27 ; Joekey on Little Jimi uhauged,
Mr. Sawyer taking charge of him.
Contractor l,t, Llttlu Joe 2nd, Con
deo 3rd. Tlmo, 2:28.
llp llouit llorowl.
The lioji lioiiwi of Am. Coiih, near
Jilittuvillu, HiIh ooiiuty, wax Imriiml
lftt Ratunlay. The orlK'ln of thu
(Ire In thought to have hwm from h
match which oiw of the Chliuwo
h(j-lel(t)rM droiMd In h hop Ikix,
ami which Igiiltwl during the jiro
ami of drying. 'II i IomUmvothI
humlrtMl dollMrt, with no liuHi.no.
'IVo lilk Miked tho prlee of ltaok
tin, Mini AiuUuu it wmm 26 cunU,
Mlutli "What do you auk for oarry.
In Imtcfigm" "Nothing," wld
Iku. "Well, you aiuy carry the
b"ISK2 and wo will walk," aawl tint
rtot ...ir A.H r -.... ...i.
it .... 1. 1 .1 M-. - .l.. . .
jw, tun uw pronator. "MKHIMW
yourwlf with it anil tlwu your -
will writ llM-If." "Yok, I know,
hmor," kwld MIm 'Ui.riii(, I
"'"' n -n' I '-U 'Hum, tin-1
um- f It '" Ilunltte J
Editor Journal. Please
nounco to your many readers in diC
ferent parts of the state, that tha
great state rally of prohlbltlonistaat
this place, Woodburn, Is to take
place on Saturday, October Othwit&
a basket picnic. All who want to
havo a social time, and to hear aod
speaking and music, should purely
Will continue Her School for the'tn
suing ear at the LITTLErCENTRAL
SCHOOL BUILDING, Cor. Church ud
Marlon Sts.. beginning
COKSERVAWM W MUSIC!
Moot NiicooHsful elimil of iiumIo on tta
150 STUDKNTS LAST YFR.
Ceil mm In
Plnno, Oririin Mlrnjltnj, Violin.
Mnrmon.v. unil Cuuntur-
Dlploniiu on completion ol cimrw.
TeHcliern: K. M, 1'iirvln. Knmkle V.
Joiu-M, lCvuCox. AKHiMlunt. I.llhl M. HinUb.
Kirnt term bruin .Moniliir. HoiiU'mr
3d, ins,. Send Mr rtitnloKUP. Kor lurUua-
Y.. M. PARVIN,
Mimlnil lllroolor, Knloin, r.
ST. . PAUL'S SCI100U
Hoy is and Girls.
TIio nohrxil will
on tho 3iUt
lion in urn I'rinmry nnii
AND ELKJIKN'TS OK
'I'KU.MH unil nirthcr inforiniillou mnybu
Ituil mi iiiipll(tliin lo
hkv. v. ii. rotfr.
Cor. O'liMiiuki'lu mill Hlmoftk.
A hikmI Iron rmm llunw linr. '
ftii nil iimv, fiom ono lo Hill flHimtlr.
All for llm low prlcn or ffO. Oil UUrV
ill 1 1 (i Cider, Vlniwiir 'V Prutt l'iwwrt.
Cmwiiy'it (illlw. HhIoiii, Oroeon.
TuUu Nolo of TiIh.
ITlOll iK,noO Wl! WII.I, HKI.l
I'wtill liniiroviHl winlDii luiul.
nldii ImikI, wltttln 3
iiiIIuh of HoIbiii. (jiHid nwil to town Out
wr around. Ilidldlngt mxhI. FINE YOiUfi
MAMU iwki vxu'iiuiu cnuia iuimi. rw
UMrga!ii,Hinl Hllllm IT)1 only uitrL
IMP Ht tlld
Hliovv you tliH iiniiiorty.
(Jimtu IKumt. HHlttin.Ot
FOR SALE or RENT!
Wftll wiitvrtMt unil plenty ol tlmlxjr. Ttra
ikiumxi mid two ImriM, riiMirt oreUnC
M widow nnd Mi) nan plow lund, fMef
hwd of Mtllfl Willi tliu plftue (rinll(,iuul
liiriwHrii(Hii(li to run II. Within nVemtnt
Of UciKit on theO. A C. U. II. A Ursula far
to nib body.
Enouire at Office of Caoital Jourosl
MUST B e;
Or tml tut tana or utsr auod pwajaur
UtHJUl ! lilUCk
of tot NmIIuimJ itaufe, Mstom.
Horn' wlM ton ro..u. all iu4 Haute.
baWfoaa. liMau4 eul4 wator. auuf torn,
tMill41n aaarly now, aanlltitoal hkwuw
Ineltr. Kuorlou nil t to ekoto fruit X
Wlwrn kuMutbutly will w I tf" 'V"'-
mmm land n.