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EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL
THURSDAY, DEC. 27. 1888.
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT s'UNDAV.
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
OUIre, Corner Court and Liberty Streetc,
THUMB OK HUUSCJUPriON
Ono yenr, by mnll ........ 15 W)
Hlx month", by mull 2 GO
Thrco months by inr.II . 1 25
I'er week dellicicrt by cjirrlcr 15
Ono yenr SI H)
HU months . - . ... 75
Ono vcnr, If paid for In advance... 1 00
Six months, " " " 50
ASTPostmnilrrs nro nuthonzcd; to i
tfij-Kntered ni nccond-clim m'ntter at tho
Salem,Oieoii,Postolllcc. Jlinc21.lt 88.
W. II. 1IVAI1S -CIjAKH
Till: UKI'OIOI SCHOOL.
As much talk concerning tho es
tablishment of n reform school in
Oregon is being indulged in, there
Is much inquiry ns to how these
schools aro conducted elsewhere
and as to the class of offenders who
may bo sent there. In Missouri
where a reform school is In operation
tho law on the subject Is as follews:
Sec. 0. In all classes of conviction
for misdemeanor, or felony, if the
offender shall bo under tho ago of
eighteen years, the court may com
mute tho punishment upw pro
vided by law to confinement hi the
said reformatory school for a period
of lut less than ono nor more than
six yeuts; provided, that nothing in
tills ivct shall be construed as to ad
mit of contract labor. Aud any
court of competent jurisdiction
niay commit any boy over ten
years aud under sixteen lyears, to
tho guardianship of said institution,
whero complaint shall be sworn Jo
iincl duo proof made in open court,
In the presenco of said boy,, that ho
Is tv proper subject for the guardian
ship of said institution in couse
qiiouco of incorrigible or vicious
(section 10 provides
county shall pay $1S'J
for every boy wmt from
such con n-
ty, and that tho guardians of any
minor bent thero shall pay tho ex
pense; of sending and keeping him
I.OO UAtTS AT SKA.
llocout dispatches contain tho In
formation Unit tho exporlmont of
seudng rafts of saw logs out on tho
ocean, for floating to distant ports,
is to bo tiled on this coast, from
Puget Sound to San Francisco, and
to South American ports. It will
bo romembeieil, that the ptojoctor
und patcnto of this ocean golna raft
idea, Mr. II. C. Robertson, in his
llrst attempt to lloat a raft ot saw
logs from Maine to New York city,
failed; Ills raft going to pieces In iv
storm, and some of it having been
since found In tho Mediterranean.
Hut on tv subsequent attempt, with
im improved plan of construction,
ho safely landed an enormous raft
of pi no logs from Maine to Now
York harbor. Mr Robertson will
now try hlsplclll and energy in tho
raft business, on. our coast.
It keeps cold fpr democrats and
whenever ono stakes his money on
any act of tho party, ho is BU.ro to
drop it. Only a day or two ago "a
faithful" went Into ono of our past
oltlees to learn when tho two cent
posjago wout Into effect, claiming
that, it was during Cleveland's ad
ministration, When ho found that
it was during Arthur's administra
tion, ho remarked with a tone, of sad
ness, which told how sorry hlsjn
fonnattop had made him "Woll,
I have Uwt forty dollars on It."
Stkph are being takon to prose
cute tho dog-oatehors who lasHwl
Willie Malor in St. Louis and put
him In theoHgo with captured dogs,
thereby causing Ids Insanity. A
tmlworlpttou has boon started to
raloo funds for thoproMHJUtlon.
CoxdKMM should do something
for Oklahoma, It bhould bo proper
ly ojwiiwl for M'ttleuient, nftor the
hqimtterw now upon It slmll have
PA the bill orbiting a Depart
ment of A grind tun, gviitlemeu of
the piHMit iMiir -v'
A Freepokt, III., special tells a
romantic story. Joseph Degan,
onco a well known citizen of that
city, and father of a prominent rail
road man, whose head quarters are
there, left Freeport some eighteen
years ,ago, and settled in JCansas.
Ho left his wife beblnd-hlm, and
about two years later he secured a
divorce by some means and married
a Kansas woman. Ho lived with
wife No. 2 for about fifteen years
until her death. Degan was a lone
widower for a year, und then found
his heart was turning to his flist
love. A few days ago he surprised
everybody by turning up in Free
port. H hunted out hisilrst wife,
found her still single, and after a
few days of courtship they were re
married, and will settle down in
Meiti: nnd more every year the
order of the Patrons of Husbandry
is taking a hand in political affairs.
T lio other day the Pomona Grange
of Marion county passed resolutions
taking action on several questions
which must conic before the next
legislature. And from tho Min
neapolis Tribune it is learned that
the State Grange of Minncspta has
demanded the re-appointment of
the present Dairy Commissioner of
that state, and taken action on sev
eral other matters pending before
Thkiiu are some things that a
level heuded human should uqver
dp. Among these is to never kin
dlo a tiro with kerosene oil, to walk
on a, railroad track, to attempt, to
get on a moving train, to point a
guu or pistol at another, to put his
name on another man's note, to
keep his saving In an old stocking
under the bed, to play a game of
chance with a prepossessing stran
ger, to run fpr nn ofllce when ho has
a paying position in privato lifo, or
to, call a bigger man than himself a
Tjieki: will bo five eclipses in 1389;
three of tho sun and two of tho
moon. A total eclipso of tho sun
wlU occur on January 10th and 17th
which will bo visible in tho larger
portion of North America.
A WINTER ItlYb.
Wooduurn, Or., Dec. 25, '88.
Editor Journal :-Porno years
ago 'a stray copy of tho West Shore
fell into my hands, nnd I remember
reading (t, as I would sonio fablo or
fairy talo and I said to iv rclatlvo
who sat listening, witli an incredu
lous smile on his face, "What makes
people wrlto such " I am afraid
1 said "lie?" "Well," said lie,
"probably some crank wrote it, so
some ono who has a lot of land to
bell, or somebody who is paid to
wrlto up tho country to gull green-,
horns." Now I don't believe I am
iv crank, I know I havon't any innd
to sell, nobody has hired mo to wrlto
up tho country (wish somebody
would), but I can eudoiso nil I read.
This is my thst Christmas in Oic-
gon, nnd It has been to mo, a revela
tion, and I want to tell somebody
else, llofoio mo liej iv boquuc of
half open roiobuds nnd pansles of
royal purple and gold, sent me from
iv neighbor's garden. A littlo lad
(who holds my heart wrapped up In
his little brown skinned anatomy)
looked through tho open door
awhile, ago, and said, "coniooutnnd
ecu (ho hills, and the Christmas sun
set." J wenU the fir trees' fragrant
breath tilled till the air. Ah, those
llr trees ! I never tiro of looking at
them, they niocver "a thing of
beauty" to me, whetherthey stand
out clear and distinct In thelrstately
grandeur or loom up dim aud ghast
ly through tho soft falling mist, J,
"lifted up my eyes to tho everlast
ing hills," that stood out in all their
purple splendor against tho eastern
sky, with all their varying tints of
light nnd shadow. Sure, no pencil
held by mortal hand could ever do
them Justice. Tho sunshiuo linger
ed lovingly as loth to leave, and Mt.
Hood, lifting his sjuowy heud to
catch tho lasit-wys, bado tho Chrlst
mas,jjup "good night" nnd seemed
to Jean over us ns In lcucdlctlou.
My llrst Christina in Oregou was
Ouo year ngo to-day I looked out
over tho snow-cos ored,ihnost treolewg
plains of Nebraska, booh to bo tho
scouo of that awful tragedy, whao
shadow !ots upon many n homo to
day. Tho thought of Oregon anno
to mo over those- "b'lMtnnl swept"
plains now, Ioxpeot to nmko it my
homo, till I tlud "this body agar-'
inont no nioro fitting, " and wish all
my frluuda wow horo, and m over
tho purple hill, I waft them "good
night and plesHiitdiwnw" of Ore
gon. Victor Caum.n.
Tho O. P. railroad Is within the
miles nf the fcunmut of the IWadeti
Lii.nuia jiii .imiJLiunrgTgr
NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES. '
Breezy CorrcspinpcSiroiit ino Towns)
Around Us'. , ,v
- J ' M'i ii(itti' Wis
Jud Bowers of Spokane., Falls ar
rived last night. Mr. Bowers is an
old-timer of this place.
Mr. Abram Brower of Grant
county is spending the holidays
with his parents near here.
Tho Christmas boat was a grand
success. Iti wns well filled with
valuable presents. The hold was
filled to overllowiug.
Mrs. William McKinney "is back
from Spokane Falls, where' she has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Grant Wilcox, the barber, is ly
ing in a "very critical condition, be
lieved to be a result of smoking
Uncle' George Kisor, so long land
lord of the Kisor house, 'is suffering
Avith a painful attack of erysipelas
in his right foot.
Tho Misses Haynes and brother
nnd Warren Pulley nro visiting
their homes In Multnomah county
during the, school vacation.
Prof. Kcpzel, Prof. Shenk, and
Supt, Brvan are each havine the
Oak grubs taken out nnd removed
from their several tracts of laud ly
ing nprth of town.
Messrs Frank Bennett aud
Frank Wyatt were on Mary's Peak
Inst weety. They report having seen
some deer, but ns they wei.e on
other business, were not prepared
to kill them.
There wns a Sunday School en
tertainment at the collpgo chapel
Christmas evo at which tho Sunday
school children each received n pres
ent of somo kind. Miss Emma
Watkins organist, a $5 Photograph
albun1and Prof. Sheak the Sunday
school Supt, a dictionary stand
from tho school, as tokens of appre
ciation for past services.
A Proposed Salt Palace,
The people of SnltJLako City are con
templation the erection of a "Salt Palace."
It would be a stiucture that would lay
in the shade all Ite and Corn Palace over
constructed. The main part of the struc
ture could ba of the finest specimens of
rock alt to be found in the quarried, chis.
led, carved and ?rtistically arranged,
while the interior fittings should be ot crys
tallized work from the lake on a grand
scale. Such a palace should be permanent
it properly protected from the winter rains;
it could be made of the most unique and
striking style of architecture, it could be
made ono of the wonder? of tbe world.
When lighted by electricity the structure
would have all the sparkle and diamond
glitter ot the great Ice Palace and with
the Salt Fahco's favor that heat vould
not melt or dim its glories in the least.
ENGLAND. At the home of his
father, Wm. England, in Salem,'
on inursuay, jjcc. a?, isss, at
11:45 a. m., of consumption,
Eugene England, aged about nine
teen. SMITH. At tho residence ot Mr.
and Mrs. Hall, her grandparents,
on Howell Prairie, Tuesdaj'. Dec.
25, 1888, Jetsle, daughter of Silas
G. Smith nnd wife of South Salem.
Sho was live years of age. Tho
funoral occurred from tho Christian
church this afternoon.
Tho tax roll of Marlon county for
tho year 18S8 haH been placed In my
hands for collection, and the tax
payers of tho county aro hereby re
quested and urged ' to conio forward
as soon as possible nnd pay the
amounts due from them, as the
county is out of funds, and is com
pel led to pay luterest on its war
rants. E. M. CROISAN,
Sheriff aud Tax Collector Marlon
County, Oregon. tf.
tfarkUB'i Arrtlta Salre.
Tho best salvo In tho world fo
sits, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Tover Nirws, tetter, chapped hand
chilblains, corns, and all Bkln orup
lions, aud posltiwly cures pilw, .
no pay required. It b guaranteed
t give perfect satisfaction, or uiom
refunded. Prico 25 ceuta per box
lr salo u- Dr. H. W. Cox.
Tho firm of W. Beck &Son lead
in dolls, toys, no vol tie, scrap-books,
albums, ohristnius oardt;, Christmas
treo ornaments and 1700 other
things to numerous to mention.
04 State Street Salem Oregon. tf
A ftuotl dtaMtluu waits on appetite and n
otl npptftne In u of lt kurtut tlinis .of
ihiiltli. If )ourv low Mlrltod, irritable,
lilllloiio. or luixt n lir,uUtr uppetltt,
tutu ulUeuii l all uto-tiu fo take
Ki lUulf.x Iktll.l, Mi Ik l'Ui J t Will
mnkr it new limn .,,
-t'ldr.j 1 MmiIiiw-ia io.
rrw inwwjr.njmajAJMJH imiLf
State of Ohio, City of Toledo "1
1 rvnLucas County. S. S. J
'"JPraiik. lifiilSheney makes oath that
MJ3Ttl')0,HeYflio-partuer of the firm
'iffFTn.imtMfev Co. doine busi-
iflftsMrVlho'Kl&of Toledo, county
IfMaWWoKsald, and that taid
flrih Will pwthd'isum of one hun
dred dollars rordach nnd every case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn before mo nnd subsoribed
In mv presence, this Oth day of
December, A. D. '80.
A. V. UJAttUIN
SEAL V .Notary Public.
Hull's Cntrirrli Cure' is taken in
ternally and n'cta direbly' ubpn the
blood ami ihticug, surtdcsj'qf tlie
system. Setuffo'" testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.rWffido.O.
jgg-Sold by druggists, 75 cedts.
Congress will tnke a recess until
January 7. N
A Natural I'roddct of California.
rt is only found' In Butte County
Calllornia and in no other part of
the world. We refer to the tree that
produces the healing and penetrat
ing gum used in that pleasant and
effective cure for consumption, bron
chitis, asthma and coughs, Santa
Abie the King of Consumption.
D. W, Intthews guarantees, and
sells it for $1,00 a bottle, or tljree for
82.60. By the use of'Califprnin-Cat-It-Cure,
nil syiriptoms df catarrh nro
dispelled and the diseased nnsnl pas
sage issptedily restored (o a healthy
condition'. $1.00 a pa'cknge. By
mail 1.10. Circulars free.
1 i ,i
DeLessep's ditch will never bo
dug, but the Panama- canal will.
The updersigncd having been re
stored to health by simple means,
after suffering several years with a
severe lung affection, aud that
dread disease consumption, is anx
ious to make known to his fellow
sufieiers tho means of cure. To
those who desire It, ho will cheer
fully send (free of charge) a copy of
tho prescription used, which they
will find a s?ure cure for cpnsump
tion. catarrh, asmatha, bropehltis
and all throat aud lung maladies.
Ho hopes all sufferers will try his
remedy, as it is invaluable. Those
desiring the prescription, which will
cost them nothing, nnd may .prove
a blessing, will please address, Rev.
Edward A. Wilson, Kings County,
New York. , , ,
Lost, strayed or stolen tho new
Democratic G. A. R.
W. D. Hoyt & Co ' Wholesale and
Retail Druggists pf Rpnie (5a. say:
We have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery, EleCtrlc'Biiters and
Bucklen's Arnica Salv6 for four
years. Have ljever handled reme
dies that sell as N el, or ive such
universal satisfaction. Tlieie have
been some wondcrfull cures effected
by these modicinesinthiscity. Sev
eral cases of pronounced consump
tion have been entirely cured by
use of a few b-ttles of Dr King's
New Discovery, taken In connec
tion with Electric Bitters. Wo
guarantee them always. Sold by
Rapid transit Is coming and it
can not come too quickly.
Mr. N. II. Frolinstino of Mobile
Alabama writes: I take great plea
sure in recommending Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
having used itfor a severe attack of
Bronchitis and Catarrh. It, gave
me instant relief and entirely cured
mo and I havo not been nflllcted
since. I nlso beg to stato thnt I had
tried other remedies with no good
result. Have also used Electric Bit
ters and Dr. King's New Life Pills,
both of which I can recommend.
Dr. King's New Discovery , for
Consumption, Coughs'ahd Cold', is
som on a positive guarantee Trial
bottles free at H. W. Cox's Drug
Late advices report John Bright
Uljje&t and be Jolly.
Did over nnj ono seo a Jolly dyspeptic ?
Wo trow not. What nntumt checrftilness
is proof AgnlnHtit be nlmost ceaseless unuoy
nnco of chronic indigestion? Tcoplo whoso
stomnclis nro constantly disturbed exhi
bit tho utmost peuvUhncbs und nervous
Irritability. Happily for them since tbe
lrrttjlhlft find norvtilta nmmnliirplv frnt.
themselves! Into tho gnne tranquility of
mo Horaacu nnu renewca coao temper
await incm in a sure qunrier, n nicy will
but neck It. The. renlal stomachic, Hos
tetter,s Stomach Bitters, bicctts cbecrful-ne-uiby
tnsurlnt; its essentlnl prc-condltlon
iikv dttmstltin. 11111initRiiisi. fnn. Rml
constipation, nialovolcnt comruiloin of
mo uinscueu, jijupeiwui. vnnwii aiier u
brief but Mcady ottun-e of tlio, ftlU'JUtlvts
Mnnyn temper niitumtly sweet, but con.
tlnually MMrelby thooomblnrd attack of
this trio of tmp-s. jwrtos the bouudnry of
monomania, Piwuut lliiHxshlbtltty with
the Hitters. Mal.irhv fover. rlieumatlsm,
kidney coinpinlnU nnd debility nro truly
rclleted by this standard medicine.
Senator Ingulls' daughtor Ethel is
society editor of the New York
World... . v .
Stops havo been taken by soveral
Interested parties toorganUo a build
ing and lotvn association iu Eugene.
At AbNlite Curt.
Tho ORIODfAL ABIETrN:,
OINTMENT b only put up in larj.1
two-ouueo tin boxee, ami to aJ.
aUiolute ouro for old sores, burn
wounds, chapped hands, and p
skin eruptions. Will iwsltiwh
cunit rII kinda of plies. Ask for ibV
OKIOINAL ABIETCNE OINT
MENT. Soiu byD.W. Mnttlixf
w Co., 106 State street, Salent, at 5 I
t-vuU iwr boxby mall SO ceuta.
WM. BROWN & CO.
Leather and Findings!'
CASH PAID foe
Wools, Hides, Pells and Furs
231 Commercial St., Salem, Or-
j lli'l t 1 i H t lllHt II ft ' 1
Fruit Farms of Teh
CONVENIENT TO TWO RAILROADS.
These lands are not bflercd at enhanced prices. The soil aud location are
Especially adapted to growing PEARS, PRUNES, AND OTHER
FRUITS for shipping green to the 'Mining districts and
Farther East, while tho mutual cooperation in
Shipping, storing and selling fruits will
Do no small consideration.
Tlie Very Best Land For Fruit Growing!!
ONE HOURS DRIVE FROM SALEM.
Tho canneries of SALEM, WOODBUKN and ALBANY aro at easy
of access.' None but first class families desired. Will meet
Parties with team. Correspondence solicited.
J. J. HARDEN,
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY, -. a; ! l
silver ware; spectacles, Etc,
A Complete Lino of-
Beautiful' holiday Goods!
Has just been received at tho Old and Established
Salem Jewelry Store of
All kinds of Watches, Jewelry and
Goods First Class.
THE BEST STOCK QE STOVES
IN THE CITY IS AT '
R. M. WAEB & GO'S
282 to 286 Commercial Street, SALEM,
AND MANY OTHER
lso a Complete Stork of Ifardware and
Silverware. Prices satisfactory and
Charter Oak Stoves,
' s '''BriglitonRaf
Farm Machintry, Wagons and fjru?