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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
IBM, Corner Court nd Liberty Stmts,
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hix iiiomiK.uy mull.. 2 .vi
Diree month Ity iiiaII.. .... 1 'Jft
I'er week delivered ly CMrrlcr l
Ono ymir. 11 M
Hlx lnontlif..,.-. P. 7f
"ne jcHr, If ld for In ndvunce, 1 (M
ix iiionthH, " " " ...... 60
millmmt-d to re-
wj-Knlcrcd n H-mnrt-clHiw innttrriit tlio
Ilepublican National Ticket.
Or J milium.
Ij'nr Vieo President:
LKVf I'. .MORTON,
Of Now York.
Foil I'ltKhlDIJNTIAI, Kl.KCTOItH.
Iloburt Md-nn, uf Klniuiitli County.
Win. Iinpu,if lliillnoinali County.
C V. Pulton, of Clatsop County.
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WEDNESDAY, QCTOHKIt :i, 1888.
between good, pure water and fine,
good keeping products.
Clearly, if the aliovc i true, and
there Ih no doubt of its truth, great
care should be exercised by dairy
men,, who supply milk for the
public, and bylpeijjpns keeping cows
fgr their pwi ukc,. to jfreijent the
uniiriiili from drinking bad, water.
If the milk contain') living organ
isms, why will not the butter made
from this Impure milk' contain the
Htime impure organisms; ;jnp
,cJrni(ijro0w U not stifllcient to
kill the germ.
There is no doubt but our people
generally need a waking up on all
these questions for we are consum
ing many kinds of unwholesome
food. Cheyenne Journal.
"Tun chairman of the democratic
state committee of Indiana gives
information that negro voters are
being imported into thai state for
the )tiriM)o of periotruting election
frauds on a gigantic scaln. There is
no doubt of the truth of the state
ment. Nor is there any doubt that
democratic vigilance and a sharp
application of the laws of tho state
of Indiana and of the United States
will prevent the culmination of the
fraud and inflict exemplary purilth
nieijt upon those engaged It It. The
chastisement should be so prompt
and severe as to serve as notice iliat
those- who may be attempting slml
lar vlllainicqolfeewhero will be ex
posed and punished." We like to
see enthusiasm in a good cause. Let
every illegal voter bo prosecuted to
tho full extent of the law and let
every man who attempts to thwart
an honest vote and an honest count
be as equally exposed and punished.
W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
Noon liy Prayer,
Linn County Conl.
WlflejUtention Is being given Ur
tliegofu atut ellver mines of Linn
'''Jill' .J&? 'rtV ..1 V.t.,
OUUlV, HOIIIU U11U11D iu uiou uuuk
......I V Jtrr.i'.2....i
10 jiiueue.ii uu mjiiiu
dc'iJosits which are
exlfet east of Albany.
tldnB tthd some other
. r .-... niiitinii tmi-tvii- n tntif
all en- men nuui ijcuuuu ni.-iiv u itn
tcrprise. Pray that we may have days last week at work on their
such union with his jjnme (nature) , coal mine, nine mile from that
that our nra vers in Ills name mav , pluce. Alley urougm out aooutrfw
be heard and answered. IUs'Iioly ' pounds of coal
-. 'A ITrT: I. :..
the need of .rfmyerl. Christ mauoioiurn
. Prav for laborers.' .Y la-, of th6 co31
' " rit,l ,,1r !, VI .1, I w . ..(
xi-lin n rn ririlU miMF: Trnv KttOWIl IO..
for adoption of' wise iKettiodl!' Pray ' Richard
fnr PTitliiislnsni for Christian' nn- men from
with them. Mr.
hands" thataro lifted without doubt I Watklns ufced,soinjof U-.iu his bhop,
or impatience. It is when "His
and it burned well. Hv exhibited '
that "wo usk ' tome irons lie tiau weitieu togetner,
what we will and it is done." The aim ne can uo as goou worK wan it,
conditions of our helm: in His name "-ecmingly, as any other. Ihc.y bay
words abide in us"
is as wonderful as are the resulting
W. II. M.
A catalogue Just received adds
another to the list of medical schools I
that discard the use of alcohol as a
medicine the Physio Medical
Institute, GOo West Van IJuren
Mayor Irwin of Keokuk, Iowa,
says tho bales in that city are
twenty-live per cent better than last
year, and that there is less crime,
The Fresno Republican 1Ijh this to
sny about the great democratic ora
tor that canvassed Oregon so disas
trously to the democratic cause last
"Tho wild, unchained tlapdoodlc
has been turned loose to prey upon
an unsuspecting, helpless column
nity. Coming like a thief in the
night yea, like unto tho burglar to
whom Korg, gavo the g. b. tho all
destroying tlapdoodlc swooped down
from high Olympus, or Mllpitas, and
dlro doxtruetlon follows In Its wakul
iHow can this loiig-sullerlng com
munity survlvo build brick blocks,
sell rtNil estate and eat leo cream, if
fciit'h deluges of superannuated hog
wash n Unit 'John P. Irish' edi
torial in Thprsihiy's Democrat Is to
be put upon the fico list? Awake!
awake I ye loveix of liberty and
corned beef and cabbage ; buckle on
your armor; the enemy Is at your
'gtito mid the life of your mother
tongue hangs upon a thread I
"Seo how hoswolls and bursts the
buttons from bin luw-iiiit vest, as ho
pours upon the hojulof the hapless
Ulrih such hoirlble gush as this:
'Well may his friends say that the
mystic beo of eloquence has stung1
hlmoii the lips.' And this: 'lie
develops thoughts and they clothe
(honi-clvort iu language In t lie very
moment of their birth.' llappy
children, to have roady-inade cloth
ing rigiu at nanii, ami under a
'high tin III' tax, too!'
"Hut most awful of all, and we
tremble to repeat It, lest tho minds
of our leaders shall U forever un
hinged, and this benutlful city shall
beonuio a deport waste, is tho follow fellow follew
ing: ' ".Mot thient men are like rivers
lliev How put, a stream of words
with, now and (lieu a ship; hiiuc
t linen you win wo the pvlihies on the
iMittom, but In tho main onlv monot
onous wuviM goby, one tnitllttleillf
furunt fixiiii the other, tmeh tiuo for
gotten alniOHt lH'fore It panses, and
the wimeuoM of them wearisome.'
Simrtan! J f you have any love
of country, miy )iojhi for tho Aiture,
rise up as nitu man and hit lilooil How
like walornmlon Jnlco down a nig-
gor's nook L our wuo U Just. "
hATK (IL'CIDKNTAli J0TTIN0S.
News ami Notes Of u ilehernl
.i . i i.
tcrcst to the Westerner.
ItlTltOT-. OV IIAIMVATISU.
As tho jKHiploJust now ure agltat
wlon the question or pure ftHHl, the
following will Iw of Intent:
Prof. mv, of Cornell university,
umumhI Mime iHtws to drink for tmv
nl day front a stngimut jhhiI of
WHler thwt evlHtml In n svls and
iMvinif eviiuilntHl the milk, Annul It
full f living orgMiikiiiM. Thou the
WHlitr wm u&itiulHttd and tbw mniiiu
ll UiK ctxwttmv weiv Amud. TUmx
Uitw www vmiiiImwI, and thu
wwrw (uuwl to b. In a Awih
ivitditbm, th rMilt of thatr IiUhmI
Wl elnr with thwM iuhhU
onwuUuuh Then mum hiiv milk
WM UkHt HUd MMWW of thU HHtd
utwr yt illi U, hih( tie miii
ch1IMM luulilpUd wiUUn a few
UvUMMN,Ukt full ihkm4u i
tit milk. Aftw thU twt uu uu mn
,IUmtf (liHt llMug ttmHiiUtiw limy
be lntrHHes into milk by tho iih
nf lninsijvr Akx and drink It !-
bs that therein a eloe relation
The Jtoslyn mjners have been suc
cessful anil the proposed reduction
of thirty-three cr cent, has been
abandoned by tho company.
, Tho examination of tlo luiifl of
the W. V. & C. M. W. U. (jo. will bo
conqtletcd aboit t)ie 10t,h of Novem
ber, when all the properties of tluit
eoiuptiiy, or Its assignee, I. Cal'in,
)il) be placed on the market for sale
Oil-go 1 1 Is eouilng to tho front tills
year with i fair beginning of dried
fruits, Cunning has not yet reached
any proportion to speak of, though
what eanners are at work must bo
doing well and making money at
the low price of fruit.
Hulhunn & Co. have ptuchacd a
tract at Portland between tho Nar
row Gauge railroad track and tlio
river, comptisinguhout two and one
half aetes. Tho pi leo paid was
fSSOO. It is understood that the
linn intend erecting a large lUiurlug
mill on the laud sometime in the
The big rock cut outheO.it W.
T. laihoad, one and a quarter m litis
long, w 111 be completed to-day. Tho
completion of the Touehot bridge
ill taken ook longer. As soon as
theco ale done track laying will bo
resumed, and Mr. IlunLfeelsassured
he will have an engine Inside the
eoriHirated limits of Walla "Walla
within two weeks.
It Is reported that another valu
ablo strike has lioon made In the
Capital mine, In the Saiitiam. The
shaft has been sunk In the tunnel
alongside the main lead. Tho tun
nel hus now reached u depth of 1J
teet. '1 ho lead has been penetrated
four Inches, and very rich black ore
was disclosed. This Is the richest
kind of ore, and the future of tho
Capital initio Is assured.
At Schenectady three times did
Goorg Wilson lead the coy Annie
Walton to tho altar of marriage,
and three- times did she gig Iwek on
lilm and fleulare that she was too
nervous. A rourh trial was made
the other day, and by feeding the
gentle Annie guindnnw and distract
ing bor mind she managed to slip
along through tho ceremony and
hocouiu Mrs. Wilson. It imiet bo
aw All to bo so ooy.
At JaiutMtowti recently Will
TrutHlale who was npHHl by the
imroiitii of pretty slxtenn-yeor-oUl
Jaiinle Arnold In his atltrntlons to
thi girl, eloHsl with her and married
and less idleness
than ever iu Keokuk.
"Tho national liquor dealers'
association openly boasts of corrupt
ing our legislatures and our courts
the latter preferred, for, as their
circulars say, It is easier to control
live or seven men than the whole
peoplenttho ballot box."
Miss Willard, Mother Stewart
and other prominent white-ribbon-ers
have received liivltntion.s to vMt
Melbourne, Australia, and take part
In the great temperance Jubilee to
be held there this fan in connection
with the centennial to commemo
rate the colonization of that country.
. "The manufacturers of Hudson,
Mass., have formed a league, and
propose to give tlio preference of
employ I'ne'nt to fcood, sober Ameri
can citizens, xncy iuriuer agree to
discharge, when practicable, all
men of intemperate or vicious habits,
and when tjiat 'is done tho one
discharged will not be cniployetj by
any member of tho league until lie
shall give satisfactory proof of re
form. The result has been good."
"TlieSaloon Journal," theprgan or
Wine, Liquor and Iteer Dealers'
Association of New York, lays down
the law to its constituency as fob
Io-s: "There is only one safe way
for tho liquor Interest. They must
unite to a man to work heart and
soul, day and night, for tho success
of the democratic p.uty, and tho
best way for the delegato to spend
his time is to consider the best
means to achieve the success of tho
democratic ticket, state and national.
Gentlemen, It is for you to prevent
his election. You have to take oil"
your coals and work fioin now until
the polls close on the fltli of Novem
ber. It Is not enough to elect your
ticket; you must bury the temper
ance-prohibition combination under
such a crushing majority that they
will loo faitli in resurrection.'
Gentlemen, that is your business.'
Attent to it."
they only went three feet Into the
lead, and that It Is about four feet
thick. Prospects are also very
favorable at the Donaca and Hear
ing mine, 25 miles from Lebanon.
Some specimens of coal are pro
nounceil by experts to be a tine
quality. It is only a question of
lime when these coal deposits will
be developed and turned into" a"
valuable Industry. Albany Hendd.
A. J. IJasey in at all times ready
to attend orders to take intending
passengers to tho train or meet them
there and take them to any part of
the city. Also ready to attend nil
calls night imd diiy. tf.
It. II. Price, Salem pioneer liack
iniui, will wait gn passengers to or
from the depot witli promptness
and nolitertcss. Leave ordera at
the A Kite Corner where his slatd
FALL SEASON OF I8S8.
Special attention Is callcdUo our snlen
dlsplayiof fashlonatjlo gnrmjnte
front the well Imown
from us, being the finest line
ever placed before, the public
Each garment hns a lnlxl ,....
bearing tlio manufacturer's name.
Is unusualfy large
nnd varied, representing
JTlOIt HALE OH TO RKNT 6n nEAO.V
JJ. able tcrmci-a good Upright riano. 'or
pariicuiarH c-in in uo., uncinoKeie si. iij
THE CAPITOL COFFEE OOUSE
Meals, 25 cents; board, Piper week. No
21 Commercial St.
Schod Tax Notice.
mm: scitoo'r, taxis of distukt
J No. "J4 In Mailon county are now due
and collei'tabloat the otllce of tho cleric. In
tho opera house on Court street, Salem,
aiia nuihiuo ivua uy iiumr?ioi ucccmucr,
or become dcl'nciuent.
DAVID SIM l'SON,
October 3d, 'SS. , Clerk.
An execiient stock hf-
At prices extremely low. Full stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY
GOODS In all departments.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
LUNN & BROWN'S,
Sffl Corner State and Commercial streets.
The Latest Novelties.
Agents for the new Mather patent
LACE KID GLOVE
GO TO THE
For the trcatiuenl pfnll dUeases of.men
Medicated apor baths, oxygen Inhala
tion", electro magnctbiiu, medli-ated
Hprayi., etc. Olllceand biuiltnriuni In the
liiuik block. Cousultatiuu livo. lO-Jdw
othing and Hats,
FINE IH'ST AD MQUS&l'HOOF
A Organ, iiImi u bccoml hand l'lauo at a
u.iiKaln and on easy leini',. Call on
IMS Commercial fct.,Siilem, Or.
HQCKSMITIIIXG and 1I0IISESH0E1XG.
v vv X J J. 1 XJ LJ
Uultc UallroiJ Cfutfr.
Albany Is unmistakably Uevolon
lng into the railroad center of tho
northwest. Tho building of tho
Astoria it Coast railroad is a cottlcilj
fact. It Is anticipated that there Is
eastern money at the back of tho
enterprise, In which eveut the road
is bound to lie continued to Albanv.
whore it Will unite with a great
tnuis-coutincntAl line east. It will
not go to any other point as this is
tne outlet needed, ioking of
railroads, an effort should bo niado
to get the narrow gauge into this
city. Jt would bo a blgthingfortho
railroad and city. Our board, or
trade should be agitating thio
iiuostlons, or rather prying into
thom. Albany Democrat."
JSX, .112 and 31 1 Commercial St., Salem.
-KVHU OFFERED IN-
GEN-ERAL IVEERCHAlst'IDlSE 1
Cinitol Ahotnre 4,
Cult unci Sue
T. J. CRONISE,
Salem's Popular Job Printer,
AT IMS NEW Q,UAltTKltS IN TDK
jStatu Insumnce llulldlm;, Cor. Com
mercial and Chemeketo ttreelk. 10-ltf
And All In IIU Mrp.
Ayoung Austndlan, nearHooJiarn,
after nn unusually hrd way's work
hcep shearing, wont to sleep on the
sitting room oouch after Mippor.
Boon lie nrooo, wilked out Into the
durkne), went throiiRli four gate,
wiik'ji ne CMrerully clol, to the
KIND'S OPERA HOUSE.
Two performance only.
Monday and Tuesday, October S9.
MRItlT Sl'KVKS hXfll ITOHLK.
THK SUCCftss OK THK DECADE.
ApiHuinmco of the prime favorite
CHAS. C. MAUBURY
MISS NELL IE BOYD.
A cowrwny of unexeoptloiuible nblllt-.
in u MKreiw ClHrkeaiut lotgu Tj-r-
Oiicra House Corner, Salem.
'r!1HE BESl1. STOCK OF STOVES
IX THE CITY IS -AT
10,000 SfclMtihr Draastie Sensttwn,
wfHHlcliHl. tlien huiiyr un l.u nt
Heti'rnluK, tli bride's father and took down life t.hwp ghe and
iHid'liIci iHtii-iu-lHW HrroMMl for rob.
MiikIUiu of hU olilhl. 1UAkv the
wwmiiwiiti the kUwr to)l Tnn
tkikt tltMt If ! would jmy htm ?I6
he (Aniikhl) wmiUI omII it wUh(w.
Tmottlttl Im ue Unit In hnUttitf
tho torn Ikwum of hi wife's parent
by lutudiHr vr tl motley. Tlw
britWV (Wtrwr thtin cmIM on Iwr l
U rwymctkMl, liut tlu fH tlwt h
fitther vmUimI her Htouly flSHrmiwl
her indinHtlou and she rvrwd t
make ft uiuU of uu. h u life
sliril thwn. Tlwn he mucht
slwji Hml lutil Just flnkhtd shwir
Injc It wlw tome of the hmiliold
mine with h luntvrti. Then It
timiwl out l Wl bwu iwlevp all the
Uiim. Hml tli hfht of th iHiirwu
awok UtHi. The Iwwp wiu .Iwnrwl
M tMm$h It Um! bo done In brtkU
iWyMfbt. AtUuir lKHu.vmt.
11m UM bte ntflwav
' north of sii FrtuulMM i
JHl s,ttl- M.ii,1k
WITH ITS WONDKHFia,
Smimm aaU ttwrtMuloU tHt4fty. Ry im-
Mneniwi w iMnaoM wt roftutnlta
R. VI. WADE & CO'S
282 to"286 Commercial Street, SALEM.
AND MANY OTHER LEADING "STYLES.
Also a'Cwnplcie Slock of Hardware and Farm MacliinfrWaRS and Caite
The River Mvsterv
mTr fcciWwH plry nin jty
M.v,ii' be tbr ptiblk- and ruaraale
W J Juc r-ry vm m tutvcnlrrl.
ahmiskion as rnirAr..
Brf.rM'J imu fl, novr oa MtM atlM'
jl BARGAINS IN
lia ins boubl iHit Iht rt nutluder ot to
1 r&rjmiiry' Hon, w ( pwtml to
Mil cbiUra towr i Laa any toova la Orcsoa
KUItNIHH MBStlUITK lB
Wtlnnn uT Uniln and MemUlM IP
Uwwor MtNflrqdHBtlUe. Kor
ad MeMul 1
A FINE LINE 0F-
Mrs. M. & Swth'i. Eut Sihi
llanoo ht., beiwMu Wistr aai SvM&