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ETONEffQ- CAPITAL JOTJBINAIi, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 18W.
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THE CAPITAL JOURKAL.
I'lTHIilHHKD DAILY, EXCKPT SUNDAY,
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
I' wtofflco n oik. Coramsrelal Street.
HOFER BROTHERS, -
D illy, by ca rler, per month,-..
DMy.br malt, per year,
Weekly, 8 pages, per ye.tr,
A TOKY FOREIGN HINISFRK.
There is a wide spread revolt agtlust
President Cleveland tor appointing us
mtolHter to Italy u British dude who
weara;kueo paute and tins only a nom
inal, residence In this codntry at u
Long Island summer resort.' The Van
Aim, fTnniilntmpnt. (a retchltiir the stom
ach of Harper's Weekly, which at first
defended the appointment. The sen
ate's conflrmnliou is iunrely formal.
It is a flttlnK sequence to Cleveland',
treachery to the Geary law, au act de
clared constitutional by" the Supreme
Courtr-and fpr violation or which u
common citizen wouTd be arrested, and
very severely dealt with by a federul
court. Id its last issue Harper's surelj
condemns this latest freak of Wall stree'
That an American piesldent should
appoint an odious renegade of the Brit
isb aristocracy to so high a position ah
Minister to Home Is revolting to ull tin
people of this Republic That In all
tba sixty-live millions of Americau clt
Izens Cleveland could tlud only a peaked
beaded suuirui r followed Tory uto rep
resent tbem in King Hubert's court
a humiliating confession. Hero an
some expression of Democratic papers:
The New York World Is sick of eat
i ig Cleveland crows. In a flt of dyspep
tic disgust the great organ refused long
er to work in Cleveland harness, and
burets tho golden bonds which have
hitherto bound it to Cicwr'a column.
Such an exhibition of independence
from such a source Is so refreshing we
take the liberty of reprinting the
World's editorial utterances, and re
spectfully commend tbem to that class
of hallucinated Democrats who think
that Cleveland is greater ttiau his party.
Hero Is what tbe World says:
We are frank to confess, however
shocking it may sound to the superser
viceable party flunkies who seem to as
sumo that tbe president can do no
wrong and must bo supported right or
wrong, that If tbe World had thought
him capable of making such au appoint
ment as that of Van Alen It would not
bave shown as much interest in his
nomination and election as it did.
And wo believe wo express the senti
ments of tensof thousands of Mr. Cleve
land's warmest admirers In the late
campaign. If tbls bo treason, make
the most of it.
The business Interests of tho country
owe President Cleveland a debt of
gratitude for forcing his party to settle
tho financial controversy which baa
disturbed the country and unsettled
commerce ever since bis party went
The question may not 'have been
settled rightly, but tho chief cause for
unrest lest the country might be forced
upon a silver basis and gold go to a
premium, will baye been removed Dy
the carrying outof tbe silver repeal act,
and that is what the country wants.
Cleveland's pluck nud Btubbornnesa
has carried the day. Business will
steadily Improve if there are no more
bitches. He deserves credit for his
nerve and backbone.
Twenty Years' Experience,
O. D. Ffedrlcks, the well-Know pno-
lographer, 770 Broadway, New York,
'I have been using Allcock's Porous
Piasters for 20 years, and fouud tbeta
one of the best of family medicines.
Briefly Bummiiig up my experience, 1
way that when placed on tbe small of
tbe back Allcock's Porous Plasters fill
the body with nervous energy, and thus
cure latlgue, brain exhaustion, debility
nud kidney ddllcultles. For women
ind children I have found them lnval
.tble. They Dever irritate the skin or
cause the slightest pain, but cure son
throat, coughs, colds, paius in side,
oack or chest, Indigestion and bowel
ONE-CENT POSTAL SERVICE.
Postmaster-General Blssell Is ex
pected to devoto considerable attention
In bis annual report to the discussion
of tho projected oue-cout postal service.
He believes that the Inauguration of
tbo service Is Imposslblo at tho present
time, owing to a deficit of 18,000,000 In
tbe postal funds in tho treasury.
Were letter postage 10 cents instead
of 2, a Democratic postmaster-general,
uuder tbo mothods that prevail under
tho present administration, could And
no way to reduce it. There aro too
miny hungry Democratic would-be
office holders to bo fed to permit of any
thing in tba nature or reduotlou lu
obargesofany kind for thepublluuood.
It is a fa von to atuuseiuout of Demo
crats to berate uud vilify John Wana
maker, but tho fact is that the postolllce
department was never so cheaply and
efllolently administrated, unless it were
under tho guidance of Benjamiu Frank
lin, as It was undor Wanamaker.
It boa not been tbo polloy ol the
United .States to make the postoflioe
department a source of revenue. It
his boon considered bettor suited to tne
wants of tho peoplo to give good ser
vice, uud to extend postal routes
wherever tboy wero needed, oven if
part of tbo oust wero borne by general
taxutlon, that is, In practice, by appro--p
wtlons. made by oongreu. There la
always a dollQlt in tbo department, but
ttiat bas not prevented Republican ad
ministrations from improving the ser
vice. Mr. Cleveland's postmaster-gnu-era!
does nothing to Improve tbo ser
vice, and yet reports a deficiency nearly
twice as great as tbe normal.
Under the new administration we
ball bo matters ohauged and tbe next
.Republican postmaster-general will
give a one-cont postal rato, if the peo
ple Jof the United States demand it,
without bankrupting tho treasury.
,WIIon Biwell, Olovelund'd former law
yf. but be does) not apiear to have
'mastered tho business methods which
mutt prevail In order to make a great
lMtitHtlon lllcn tbe pus ollltfe depart
BMttt a BUuoesa. Ohmulole.
WtK Mr. Reed wan speaker of tlio
Joue b counted those present u they
did tiotrespoud to roll cull u ascer
'falsing a quorum, utul Ibis Is what
Heuato-r Hill contended for. There cuu
be bo Injustice In this, and It U simply,
m Mr. Hill says, t tuake the prodding
offletr Mtlw truth, and tho ournal
rfue to UtU 1 IM
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Local Correspondence from
in tho Valley.
Mr. Hobson and son went to Portland
the first of the week.
Deputy sheriff Cooper was in town
Mrs. Cleavland, who has been visit-,
ing her daughter, Mro. Wiraer, for the
past week returned to her home dear
Miss Rebls McDonald of Salem
spent a few days last week, near town
as the guest of the Misses Hoffman
Come again Rebls, we are always glad
to see you.
Friday night, our new fire company
will give their first dance and a good
time is expected.
Bert Magers was In town a few days
last week visiting bis mother and sister.
Bert Bays he has gone into the hop rais
ing business near Bilverton. Good We
wish you great success in your now un
dertaking. The revival meetings Btill coutlnue.
Rev. Waldrop of Portland joined Miss
Williams Saturday ovenlug and will
help her with her great work.
Joe Kerns and sister Susie went to
Salem Saturday for a short visit.
Mrs. Thurst. 'Kerns left Salem for
Wolf creek, Southern Oregon Saturday
Our mill la compelled to run night
and day in order to fill the numerous
orders that come in from Portland San
Francisco, and elsewhere dally.
One of our oltlzeus received a letter
last week from Mr. Ponohllle, an old
resident of Staytou -Informing our
friend of tho sad death ot bis, sop
Ado) ph. Tho sad news was a great
shock to everyone, as Adolph bas many
friends among us all. His sorrowing
parents have our heart felt sympathy.
Miss Alma Chapman, Messrs. Bruce,
Jones and Albert Collard wout to Port-
laud Friday, returning Sunday,
John Fruit was in these parts last
Miss Ottlo McClurd was lu Brooks,
Willie Joues went to Portland Mon
day. Tho lecture glvon by Rev. Royal Fri
day ovenlug, was highly esteemed by
V.' W Lander's two little boys, have
been very sick for tbo past week, but
Eddie Sbaw bas been on tbe slolt
Rev. Royal and daughter went fo
M. E. quarterly conference will be
held hero uext Saturday aud Sunday.
Tho presiding elder will paeacb Satur.
Rev. Bunlott preached hero Sunday.
Tho Junior League meets each Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock; Epwortb
League meets at 0:30,
If the weather continues to be good.
Uncle Harrison will soon have a uew
The youug p op'e of M trlon and vl
clulty had a surprise party at tbe reald
enco of C M. Skeels, last Saturday,
night, oelebratiutr bU daughter Mary's
birthday. Sho was sweet sixteen.
Vaughn and Collins have a company
surveying tho tructof land they bought
of Rank Kdgur. Thoj are laying it oft
into IX) -cro Kits.
Fosevtbe k ilumes are building a
house about a mile south of town and
expect to move their mill there In a few
Rink Edg-ir and Mr, Harrla to'd
their hop cr ps, consisting of 00 b les,
to Mr, Hubbard, tbe hop klug. They
shipped from this place last Sunday.
They had juet a nice carload and re
celved 17 cts. per pound, the whole
amounting to something over $2000.
Hop raising pajs lu Oregon.
Mr. Ray was in town last Saturday
looking for a home. Mr. R ly formerly
lived near Turner, but sold his farm
thero aud moved to California, but liko
many others who leave Oregon, soon
returned. It is reported that he has
bought 75 acres, east of town auout j of
a mile, of Mr. Gardner, and expectB to
take up bin residence here in the near
future, and convert the farm Into a
Asabel Gardner and wife weut to tbo
Capital last Tuesday on business.
A music dealer of Salem sold and de
livered to Mrs. W. J. Hadley a new or
gan last Tuesday.
H. H. Pearson, late of Idaho, has ar
rived with his family and taken up his
residence on tbe Pearson farm about 2
miles northwest of town.
Revs. Israel and Catherine Osborne,
of New berg, stopped hero over last Sun.
day and preached lu tbe Friends'
church morning and evening. They
were on their way to Lacomb, Ltnn
county, on a visit to some relations tbey
have not seen for several years.
Norman Lee is putting tbefinlsblnc
coat of paint on Joseph Cook's uew
A. H. Emit, our accomodatlng-black-
suiltli, has beautified tbe. appearance of
bis lot by putting a nice picket feuce
in front of it within tbe last few days.
The banging of tbe loom la again
heard in town. Lann Wiuslow, the
carpet weaver, 1b turning out some very
nice carpet and rugs with his Newcomb
fly shuttle loom.
The roller mills hero are doing a
thriving business, and much dour is
Our merchants are busy, have col
lected as closely ns any other fall, and
things do udt really seem so bad. Times
are certainly getting better.
Jefferson Is maklngasteady Improve
ment. Revival services aro now being held
in the Methodist church of this place,
managed by the pastor, Rev. Meyers.
Rev. Lee, of Suedd,had been assisting,
but on account of bis wife illness, bas
Jefferson has three church houses
and regular services in each of them.
ONE WAY TO CROSS THE COUNTRY.
PILLS euro constipation
LOUIS D. VAHDERVERE,
0b of the Tout knovn Vuslnws men in Chicago,
represeaUtlTA of tho great Bra&stieot Oo.
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NERVOUS
Br. Milt XtMeol Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Gentlemen ; I Uko pleasure In informing yon
of tho very beneficial results wbtch bavo followed
tbs use of Dr. Milts1 Rcstorativc Ncrvinc
in tbeciMof mrsellananifo. ora year! was
ublocl to o distressing pain at tbe base of tho
brain and upper portion of the aplnal cent. I
a sat i". l03t lcsa an( ,Tas ercatly
all '1 B-S I" I J troubled with sleeplessness.
Sjr &- your Nervino was blKhly
recommended to me. My case bad been so obsti
nate that I bad no confluence In tbo cfllcary of
anymcdlcine. Vet at a U't resort I consented to
give It atrial. Much to my surprise, I experienced
marked benefit ; my sleeplessness disappeared:
my headache was removed; my tplrttsand general
aalNCO TWCNTV POUND. All THIS OCCURRED
AFTER ICARNCO NO WEIL KNOWN f HVBICUNa
una raiiED. My Vfiloli taking tho Nervine wltn
iboDestof results. Louis 0. Vandkbvcub.
BOLD ON A H08ITIVC GUARANTEC.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CT&
old by D, J. li'ry, druggist, Balum
Tli'e Serund Class Tourist Parties That Now
Oo Quickly, Cheaply anil Merrily.
It is now possible to cross the conti
nent to San Francisco and make friends
Hi tbe way and have ns jolly a time as
when you cross the Atlantic on a fast
bner in tho same number of days. That
nsed not to ba 60. Tho old way was
to take n numbered seat in a sleeping
car and go through with tbe chance
that no one bnt the conductor and the
train newsboy would ever speak to you.
Tbe new way is by means of what aro
called tourists' excursions. They are
ran at second class rates, bnt on tbe
fastest time and with special cars. Tho
conductors will take a first class passen
ger if 6uch a one should offer himself.
There are at least two of theso compa
nies rnnningpersonally conducted excur
sions over opposition libes, and both ad
vertiso very low rates and quick time.
The cars are plenty good enough for
anybody, but aro not as ornato as the
regular palace cars. In them the peoplo
start at New York or Boston and go
through without change, eating their
meals in dining cars out as far as Coun
cil Bluffs, if they want to, and stopping
at dining stations along tho rest of each
route. A great many, who push to tho
farthest extreme that economy which
is tho distinctive characteristic of such
carloads, carry their own faro with them
in baskets and either buy nothing but
tea and coffeo or even make that for
themselves on tho road.
The passengers in tho first class coaches
on the Baino-'trains are quickly made
awaro of the fact that their trains carry
these tourist parties, for they bear the
laughter and singing and romping of the
tourists, who by the end of the second
day out aro all acquainted with one
another and bent on having a jolly and
fraternal time. They share their deli
cacies, their paper covered novels and
their hopes and fears with one another,
stream out of tho cars in great parties
when there is a long stop to gather flow
ers or to "take in a new town," and in
all ways fraternize as though they had
all known each other for years.
The circular of one of these excursion
companies announces that it "guards its
patrons against the presence of tbe im
migrant and the untidy" and against
tho intrusion of the way passenger.
Everything that will contribute to tho
general pleasure is welcomed, but noth
ing offensive is tolerated. Some of the
cars have smoking rooms, but if there is
one without it the men must go forward
to tho regular train smoker to enjoy
their pipes and cigars. A special con
ductor goes with each paity and saves
the tourists the annoyance of being
awakened to show their tickets during
The tourist cars look like regular
sleepers in tho raw, being built on- the
samo plan, but not finished with the
samo elegance. Unlike the immigrant
sleepers, they are equipped 'with car
pets, curtains, mattresses, blankets,
sheets, pillows, pillowcases, towels,
combs, brushes, etc., requiring nothing
of the kind to bo furnished by the pas
senger. Each car has a stove for the
making of tea and coffeo, and each sec
tion can be fitted witli aif" adjustable
table. A uniformed colored porter ac
companies each car to make up berths,
keep the car clean and to make himself
useful. New York Sun.
Itnts as Tots.
The whito rat is often kept by boys
more, however, us n euriomty than as
a pet and nlwnya under protest from
their mothers But boyB lose inter
est and do not liko caro. bo tho pool
ereaturo is npt to bo noglccted and
become nn offense in tho household
rhis need nover occur with any rat
that is cared for, especially if ho u
not confined to n close cage. The
whito mt te neither bo intelligent
nor, in my opinion, so pretty as his
brown relative. Tho black aud white
rat of Japan is sometimes been in our
country, and ho is said to lesemble
our own rats iu his characteristics.
X Race Betnecu Plcpons und Ilees.
An aviculturist of Westphalia late
ly made a bet that 12 bees, released
at a distance of three miles from the
hives at the samo time as 12 pigeons,
would travel over the ground as
quickly as tho birds. The first bee
entered the hive one quarter of a
minute before the first pigeon reached
its columbary. Three other bees ar
rived before the second pigeon, and
the remainder of the rompetitors
reached homo simultaneously.
The October uumber of the Irrigation
Market, published at the bead of Wall
Street, New York, Is full of Reed things.
Tbe articles: Irrigation State Legisla
tion," "A Continental Policy" and tbe
original paper prepared for tbe Eu
Klneera' Year Book aro noteworthy.
Tbe entlro contents of this new propa
ganda of irrlgutlon are bright and valuable.
VIBOH ' M
fffJlin ill HI 1 11
and allll traiu of nll
ttvm tally ti rvi s ir later
excfhrf. the rwults ot
doTclopmatit asd ion
glrtn to ry organ and
p. 11 Inn CT the body.
Ml r" lime lmt-4Us.
.! rrfrttttcr. little.
expliuiMon and proofs
loaUed im10) fr
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
Anointed the Bridegroom.
There is a row in tho fire department.
It grew out of a joke played upon ono of
tho paid men attached to Hoso 17, who
was to bo married last night.
Before dressing for tho ceremony he
went to tho bathroom to have a bath.
The boys had previously removed the
lock from tho door, and when he got in
to tho tank they made their appearance
and gave him a liberal painting with
ointmeut used on horses' hoofs. His
body was smeared with tho sticky stuff,
and then he was scrubbed down with
brushes and water.
A neighboring druggistwas applied to,
who recommended oil to remove the
stuff. This only set tho ointment all the
harder, aud tho victim had to don his
clothes and go to his wedding with his
No formal complaint has yet been
lodged at headquarters, but one will be
whou tho honeymoon is terminated.
Tho Royal Oak.
Tho Royal Oak, first class British bat
tlo ship, which was launched in-192,
will, it is oxpected, be ready to be
handed over to the naval authorities by
tho end of Octobor. Her length is 880
feet; beam, 75 feet; draft, 37 feet 6
inches, giving a displacement of 14,150
tons; her engines will give 13,000 horse
power, which is calculated to give her a
speed of 17J lmots. Sho will be pro
tected by armor 18 inches thick along
the water Una and 4 inches thick above,
tho armored bulkheads to be 10 inches
thick, aud the. barbettes will be plated to
a thickness of 17 inches. Her heaviest
guns will be four C7 ton guns, but she
will carry In addition a powerful arma
ment of quick firiug and machine guns
and torpedo fittings. The Resolution and
Roveuge, of tho samo size and power, aro
aUo in process of completion at Barrow,
and will probably bo taken over from
the builder before tho end of tho year.
will save tbo dyspeptic from runny
days of misery, and enable bins to eat
wbatever bo wlsbea. Tbey prevent
nao thcrf ood to ass! tnilato and noa
a tbe body, srivo boon appetite, ai
and solid muscle. Elceantly saint
coated. Price, SOcts. per box.
. SOM EVERYWHERE, j
Ilaron Cricks Tunis Showman.
Baron Fricks, a Russian nobleman.
living in Coieuluigeu, has just turned
showman. He is enorruon&ly rich, but
his eccentricities had put him in disgrace
with his family. He doesn't care a fig,
and, happy as a tramp, he ia traveling
.now with one colored man, two mon
keys, throe bears, ouo lion, four pigs, 40
parrots, innumerable cocks and heua
and a brand uew Hungarian wife of 'ex
If you anticipate visiting the world's
fair, or your fi lends in tbe East, take
advantage of tbe present opportunity,
as tbe fares are now so low tbev cut no
figure in the expense. The Chicugo &
Northwestern Railway have placed in
service a solid vestibnled train, between
Portland and Chicago, tbe famoup
Wayner tourist cars, free reclining
chair cars, and dining car "par excel
ent." With the accommodations fur
oished,rates now offered, together with
the short timo consumed in making
rbe trip, it is within the reach of all.
For further information, apply to any
icket agent, or write
A. G. Barker, Gen'l Agt.
272 Wdshington street.
Grape Vines for Sale.
I have propogated several thousand
good Btroug two-year old grape vines
for setting out, assorted varities, suit
able for culture in Oregon. 25 cts each,
$2 00 per dozen. E. Hofer, tJalem, Or.,
Journal office. d w
J. H. HAAS,
2tSK Commercial St., Silem, Oregon,
(Next door to Klein's.)
Specialty ot SpeotAolon, and repairing Clocks
WftUihiw and rwolr".
THE OLD RELIABLE
SALEM MEAT MARKET,
J. H. ALLEN, Prop.
Thp very best of meats at all times,
and the best of service.
Jgy-Opposite Wnde'a Store.
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS.
ifi. Htm. Droaon.
Reduction in Price of Gas,
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NO DISEASE GERMS!
Can possibly exist- In food that has
been heated to more than 212 Fahren
heit.. Every partide.of.the
GAIL BORDH EAGLE BRAND
Condensed Milk is sterilized iby this
enormous heat and is therefore a perfey
healthy food. Thousarids of -children are
'annually reared on it andin'times of con
tagious diseases it is safe, healthy and
nourishing. For 30 years it has stood
,FirBU Buyiit and take no substitute.
'Your 'Grotter-ancr Drmgnist sell It,
You can use it with success; tor 'all coeking: purposes.r
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Completed and ready toVaU-orJ customers, fc BdraeB. Boarded by day or wel
itTetWQnable'priceB. WeVfeeSpn a full llne$drjrruek',' Prajfa-and ExprtMti
meet'all.demandB.' Also keep tbe finest StRUionn"iHtiilB.'couutyv fcrimlct
Barn and residence 2 block Bouth of postoflice.
RYAN & 10.
From and after October 1st, 1893. tbe
price of gas will be as follews:
Less than 600 cublo feet per month
$3.50 per 1000 cublo feet.
Over B00 cubio feet per month $3.00
per 1000 cublo feet.
Bpeolal rates for large consumption
given on application to
L. B. McCLANE,
MONEY TO LOAN
On improved Real Estate, in amounts and
time to sun. no delay in considering loans.
FEAR & FORD,
Boom 12. Hosu Bank block. G Udv
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