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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1888.
Overland to California
Soullifini.. Pacific Company's Lines,
Time IfFtnrrn Salrm anil Sin Francisco
(MMPOKNIA KXI'IIMM TItAIN DAIJ.T.
4H . in. I I.v. I'orl lurid Ar. lOilOu. in.
SI 1 1. in, I IiV. Hfilpm I.v. H-Jn a. in.
TjWh. iii. I A r. Han Krwn. I.v. 0:30 p. in.
JAI. l'ASHKNlTt K THAIS ( DAILY EX-
WW n. in. I.v. i'ortliiiul Ar. J : ). in.
Itt H. in. I.v. Hiilciii I.v. ( 12:W p. in.
ItM p. in. Ar. Kiikpiio l.v. I BUOh. in.
PULLMAN BUFFET SIM'BH&
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
Ifur Hccoimnodittlon of Keeonil clan poits
veucernuttiii'hMil toexprwm ImliiK,
TliiiO. A (,'. ItullroHtl ferry Dinke oon
unction with nil tlio regular tmltin on tliu
14t ftlilo DlvUlon from foot or 1' Htreet,
West Side Division, llchvecn Portland
DAIt.V (KXCKIT HtrwiAY).
mari i. in. I Ar.
iiilr, p. in.
1:110 p. in.
KTIMimH TltAIN (IIAII.Y
I.v. Pnriliinil Ar.'
Al Allmuy mill Oirviillls ooniicct with
Inktrmof OroKOii l'lielUe lUillriKid.
I'or lull liifhrimitlnii ieurillni rntoH,
iimM.fitM.lnpilyll') "i" CoiiipHiiy'S iiguiit,
HhIHii, (riii. i;. I1. lilKII.KS,
11 KUKIU.KK, AhmI. fi. I'', mill 1'iiiw. AK't.
Oregon Railway anil Navigation
"Columbia River Route'
TmliiH ror (ho mnl lonvo I'ortliiiul ut 10. 15
a in mid a p in dully. Th'kvM to mid fiiim
prinulHil iioIiiIh In the United Hliiliw, Con
ELEGANT PULMANN PALACE CARS
KiiiUimiU Hl(4'pliic"JCiirn run throuKli'ion
UXpllWM tniliiM to
Oragon Aiyl liar frultf.
All thing considered there.ls no fruit
grown on the oartli that eriutlijthe apple
fur Its mny excellencies and keeping
qualities, its healthy properties, and iU
capacity to reach, In somo form, nrery
land and every climate. The temperate
zones are the native heme of tho apple,
and no land in those zones can produce its
fruits in greater excellence than can Or
egon. All tho fruits of tho temperate
zono grow here in superior excellence
and flavor, and the apple is better Iruit
here than any where else on this coast.
A Chinese Jiobr.
What is said to bo a Chinese baby
was born in Chinatown yosturday and
when tho naming ot the baby comes
Ihcrc'll bo lots of lun. The baby is a
boy. No sooner is a Chinese boy born
into the world than his father proceeds to
write down oiht characters or words,
each set of two representing the exact
hour, day, mouth and yoar ot his birth,
'llleto aro handed by the father to a for
tuneteller, whose business it is to draw up
from thum a certain bootc of falc, gen
erally spoken of as tho boy's pattsz, or
"eight characters." Herein tho fortune
teller doscribo the cood and evil which
tho boy is likely to meet with in after
lite and the means to be adopted to secure
the one mid avert tho other.- -Astonan.
AIukIih'n (irrut Mlili'H.
II I 111 HT.
h'rw I'liiirgo mill Without Clinngo.
CniimH.'UoiiNntl'ortlHii(l for Him Kinn-
JclWHlJlllldllMlHt't HotllKl HlllltK.
Koi'lliitliur imitluulurH luiiiliti of I. A.
IMmmlnir, iiKtiul of tho cHiinpiiuy, Ul'i
Uimtntjioliil NtrMt, Hulmn, OroKon, or
.A. U .Mii.xwoll, (1. I'. A T. A., l'i timid,
A. L. MAXWELL O. J". AT. A.
THE YAOUINA ROUTE,
OREGON lOTic RAILROAD
And Oregon Development eomimny'it
fcUMMinlilp lino, ifctt iiilli'K Hliorttir, 'At Iiuiii-m
lmHtliiii' thmi liv liny other ionic rim
olww through intingr unit filalit lino
fntin lVrtlunil mid nil wilnU In Tho Wtl
lumi'tU' tilli' to mid I'loiii iSmi Kruui'lnco.
TIME SCHEDULE, (lixwpt BumtHy):
lMW Allmuy 1:00 I'M
lHt('irHfllN 1:10 I'M
Arrive Hi(iilim MB I'M
o Yiuiullut ...... -H:ISAM
1mm t,rVHlim lOsMAM
Arfl AllMit.v 11:10 A. M
O. .V 0. trttliiH (Mtunwit ut Allmuy mid
TbHlH)vMtrMln ixuBHt Ht VAUUINA
vrtUt tin, Oixvaii lWoiniienl Wt Muu
ItWennlililH)loon vhiiuuh hiuI Shu
HTKAVMHS, KHOMl VN fKANOIMM
Wtllmiiett YNlly, HiMiiUy, OtlolMr Mth
M'lllitiiiiit4 VnliBi , Htunl. , i vioIht 'Kli
trrK.MKKal, rmiu yaquina,
Wtltninotto ViH'.v, Tuw,luy. iKMolier Al
Wllliim.'IU' VulU , Huudttj , (Vt.ilT Dili
Wllliinu'lto Vullny, Krlrtwy, (Vtailwr Wtli
Till tM,i)iii) rvMMVt Uif iiUt t
luii,rf villluf dnli wlihout nultu.
N. It.- ISMiorM rroiu IVirtlmiil hiiiI hII
WllUtltirlUi Vullov Miut4 oum miikii cltuu
nsmttiilin wild Hie twin or tliu
VOt'IN. Kt'l'TKnt AltmilJ or(irMIU,
MMllr ttiWtlltml to HMIt Klllllclwo, ullotlUf
liltMiUfe t" mrUf t Yitvtulim tho ,'Miilii
mAnv tiwlf of willlnj
mJ frtltll UM Wwut Ur
ITvUlAN A k. KwIJrTr mid Tl
Atf"uu i) ami At Kr,iu .f.. INirtluud. Or.
V.C IHMillK, Att't Uciji llri. .V
ite. AKt.,Orrin iVoirV it. It. f..
;?1. It. 1IAHWKI.1, Jr. (imi I Tvi; A
rUM. At. Ontpoi lvivolopmput
li., JOi lul(tuutry t4
Htku KimuelMu. CM
"It will surprise you, I dare say, "said
A. K, Delancy, collector of customs at
Sitka, Alaska, to an Astonan reporter,
"to know that tho greatest gold mino in
the world isMtuatcd at JamosCity, about
iComilos from Sitka. Istatoit however
as a fact. It is called the Pans mino,
and one of tho principal ownurs is Senator
Jonos, of Neada. Tho initio produces
from $75,000 to $100,000 worth of gold
bullion per month, and oxperts say that
enough is in sight to furnish that amount
for '100 yearB. If this be true, and I
have 110 reason to doubt it, tho mine
ought to be worth several hundred mill
ion to tho syndicate which controls it.
One-half of tho iniuii was originally pur
chased for $GM). For the other half a
trifle more was paid."
llcnv To NtreiiKthun Tr,'cn.
That tho present and past season have
been unusually largo in fruit bearing is
clearly bIiowii by the largo number of
trees that have been broken down by tho
weight of fruit this year, boiuo of tho treos
having Won rulnod foiovcr by splitting
fiom the forks downward. As a moans
of guarding against a liko occurence, the
American Farmer says: "Twist together
one twig trom each of the main branches.
Twigs winch grow from tliu lowei part of
tho blanches arc pretorablo. If there am
no such twigs, a wuter sprout or sucker
should be allowed to grow, 01 ouo may
lie stalled by nicely inserting n scion
into a slit between tho bark and tho
wood and lecitroty u.ixins it. Twigo
from thusUeoto pencil to half inch in
diametur can bo used for this purpose.
Their ends should not bo clippod for a
year or two alter thoy uro tirst twisted
lly this time thoy will begin to adhoro,
and all the t vigs and loaves may bo cut
from the newly IoiukhI branch."
Wnnto pnpor ami oxolmnguH for
mtlonl (IiIm .(illlco.
tho C.vriTAL Joun-
Tbe government income for the cunent
first year, beginning July I, Is estimated
at 8383 000,000, or 5220,000,000 tariff,
$130,000,000 internal revenue and the
rest miscellaneous. This ought to leave a
surplus cf $120,000,000. The surplus,
less sinking fund, will not be a teith of
The house has primary charge, under
the constitution, both of revenue and ex
penditure. The senate has not. The
house has a good party majority of 12 to
IC. The senate has a baro patty majority
ot but two.
The Democratic parly has always talked
economy slid practiced extravagance.
The Republican party in the days of its
most complete control never approached
tho reckless expenditure of tho present
houso. Its Democratic majority has found
a short way to deal with the surplus. It
has spent it.
Tho aggregate appropriations made or
making are $257,000,000; the permanent
appropriation for interest, etc., aro $6S,-
009,000; tho sinking fund, a good deal of
a sham, but required by law,ls $47,000.
000, total, $371,000,000. Take this from
the receipts and there is $12,000,000 loft.
This is tho beggarly total to which the
surplus is cue down uy uemocratio ex
travagance. Abolish tho sinking fund
and it would stand at $96,000,000, two.
thirds tho expected total.
Tho ready answer is that tho house has
voted money for future years. How
much? I'art of tho biggest river and har
bor bill ever known, little of tho ap
propriations for guns and ships, in all,
stretch it as you will, $12,000,000. Al
low for this and tho surplus stands at $S0,
000,000. A resolution two lines long cutting off
the tobacco taxos would dispose of halt
tho surplus at its biggest figure; but the
Democratic houso wjll not reduce the sur
plus save by disordering industry. It
will not rolieve the farmer unleai it can
disturb the manufacture Philadelphia
BOOTS JLSD SIIOE3.
WM. BROWN & CO.
Is Simple of Construction,
EASY OK OPERATION.
Awarded lira premium nt tho Orecon
State Fair lSS.VSWJ.VBa.W and nt the Culi-
Therc are nearly 400,000 members of
tho Grand Army of tho Republic, accor
ding to Commander in Chief Rea's roport;
a largo increase, notwithstanding the nat,
ural growth of the death rato with tho ad
vancing age of the veterans. May it be
long bofore theso glorious old fellows cease
to kcop alive tho memories of the heroic
patriotism of which they are' living
Old soldiers will find n wise and gener
ous pension policy outlined in Old Soldier
Wurrison'a letter ot acceptance. Wise bo
causo it would encourage military bravery
in futuro time of need, and generous be
cause nothing is too good tor the Bohliets
who ribked their lives to envo the country
in 1SG!-C5,and saved it.
1867, and (tan Joaquin
fornlu Ktnto Fair.
county I'uir, iss.
Manufactured In sixlslzcs.
and price list address
II. S. JORY & SON,
I'. O. Ilox 280. Salem, Oregon
.es-Dryer Furnaces furnished Ave sizes
Tho 13 OYEIiS' GUIDE la
issued M.-vrch and Sept.,
oach year. It Is an ency
clopedia of useful infor
mation for all who pur
chase the luxuries or the
neaessitios of life. Wo
can olotbo you and furnish you with
all tho necessary and unnecessary
appliancos to ride, walk, danco, sleep,
oat, flan, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at home, and in various sizes,
stylos and quantities. Just figure out
what is roquirod to do all thoso things
COMFORTABLY, and you can mnkonfait
estimate of tho value of the BUYEH8'
GUIDE, which will bo sent upon
receipt of 10 cents tu pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
111-114 Michigan Avono, Chicago, BL
Dr. H. SMITH
Now in possession ot 11 now discovery in
medicine, w lilch Is purely a local nna'stlict
Ic, nnd nets almost instantaneously on tho
surrounding tissues of the teeth. It Is In
no way Injurious or unpleasant to the
taste. Tho manufacturers of It clnlm Unit
its equal has noverbcen known befoio.nud
by applying It to tho sensitive or sore
teeth, they can bo cleaned and tilled
'without pain. So all thoso that want all
kinds of dental work dono without piln,
would better call on Dr. II. Smith, 'leeth
extracted for CO ccntu,
Al Abwlita Cart.
Th ORIGINAL ABIETINJf,
OINTAI ENT Is only put up iu lurgt
two-ounce Hit boxes, nnd Is uu
ilwoluto euro for old sores, bttniH,
kiiiuuita, cunpped linnds, tunl till
.kin eruptions. "Will jwsltivoly
uro till kinds of piles. Ask for the
ORIGINAL ARIETINE OINT
M ISN'T, rjoltt byD.W. Mntthews
& Co., 100 Stnto street, Salem, ut 25
tvuts per box by mail SO ceiifs.
I'ntnlew dontal operations at Dr.
. C. Smith's, 1)2 Stato btreot.
G. W. JOI-INSON'S
General House Moving, liaising anil
Work promptly donont reasonable ratofi.
Orders left at I'Ai'irAL Jouknai. olllco
will locelve attention. 0-11-tf
The SALEM MARKET
U iVUttT HTUKKT.
tiMUUutl) on hand the bml quality of
hats, Gaps, trunks, valises.
HORSESHOEING ! I
All the Improved methods of shooing
shaping KhooH, to cure diseases of tho loot
and for the correction of faulty action, con
traction and liitftrlerlnit, used. I guarantee
satisfaction In all coeg. liefer to auy well
known horventRii In Oregon.
JOHN KNIGHT, The Horseshoer,
306 Commercial strict, Salem, Or.
A.. K. STRANG,
No. KB Commercial Street,
SALKM, - - OREGON.
l'liiiiiljiujr, Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
B O 1 O Tjs
O Cl ' - H
S .HQB S
' ' X riwpi
vi 1.. ...a N jj- A. BB11
Leather and FindiDgs!
CASH PAID FOR
Wool, Hides, Felts and Furs,
No. 231 Commercial Street,
SALEM, - - OREGON.
Tho Cheapest Newspaper in
ME BEST FAMILY' NE
IN MARION COUNTY.
A evil t fur th 1
JIB- Aceut br
WlllWll lu ltW
And all kind uf
MaOMUW A VtUAKD,
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C. Howartl, Propriitftr.
Mt'ATK Hl'KKKT, - HAIXil.UHi.XHI;.
JWAII kind uf iwt mil our.! utu
l . luuuL futiwicktitd muu
4mU all Mluttd.
I uow oWVir my utitlni Wok nt atwl rtrt ettri, mid uutil I rtudjuah
byf I will eulHilm to tntil (tt retell Ht grtly n1uc1 luiow.
1 ItMYM th lMriNk4 Mud m wall tlQtwd t4ok w vhi will Hud In
My oitjwi n okwlug mtt Wtitt I iny tlex)to my whote HttHiUH to
my lMiiiM iu tJciu.
Call early ancl see tlae
bargains I rxavQ to offr
G. W. JOHNSON,
233 COMMBltCfAL SIHELT.
W. M. SARGEANT
K)M h nu Dtoek ot
Wall l'apfr, Dinlon and Centers,
ftABY M86IES, EXPRESS WA80NS,
iWSKBTS. M4 all VltU tt FJU)iltf,
Mrs aid Pr&iMS Mik U Qr4tr.
TteHW lPr, rw ad I(n.
uf U IttnA. rti of UU.
GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED,
Mat tor JtotM nl aU , in tuet Try
thiBX ht un b tbougal ot
Come and Se fc-r Yourselv&s
Read Our Reduced Terms!
WEEKLY, 0110 yonr, $1.50. WEEKLY, six months,- -JO.?'
Now Read Our Discount for Gash !
WEEKLY, one yoar, $1.00. WEEKLY, six months, -&
WAS TJIBRE EVER ANYTHING EQUAL TO IT? NOW R0IA
IN TIIE NAafRS, VND TA1CR ADVANTAGE OF OUR
ONB-IIIRD OFF FOR GASH.
Owr Old Sub$cri.bers
urged to tk8 wItoiiUmw of our' Wg discount, le
mdjttlulng tho gmud throng of Que dollar suWitra
Now In srrera are
tling old uccouutB and Joining
TO ONE AND ALf,
Wo SBV, eand us yur iwmw. If you want to tek adantage of our
thlnl otr for oaglf," and aro iwt vnjna ywi oan gat postal n08.
ooHNiUnt method of remitting, emd tw your name and state taw
will remit at flwt wwrtunlty. Thla will osure 5our being pi1 ""
THIS IS NOT A SPECIAL OFFER
But a soiid. permanent reduoUon. We have oome to Uj