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Vf i,?c , CAPITAL JOURNAL VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1888. NO. 161. "- '' '" ! FINANCIAL. taTAJlI.l3WKD BY NATIOXAli AUTHORITY The Capital National Bank Of SALEM, - - - OREGON. Capital Paid up, - - - - $75,000 Sarplos, ----- -10,000 K. S. WALLACE, - - President. W. W. MARTIN, - Vlco-Presldent. J. II. ALBERT, .- - - - Cashier. DIRECTORS) V. T. Gray, W. W. Martin, J.M.Martin, R. S.Wallace, Dr. V. A.Cuslck. J. II. Albert, .T. McP. l'atton. LOANS MADE To farmers on wheat and other market able produce, consigned or In store, cither in private granaries or nubile warehouses. State and County Warrants Bought at Par. COMMERCIAL PAPER Discounted at reasonable rates. Drarts drawn direct on New York, Chicago, San Kranclco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin, Hong Kong and Calcutta. First National Ban SALEM, OREGON. WM. N. LAIlUE, President, IUt. .T. REYNOLDS, - Vico President. JOHN MOIR, Cashier. GENERAL BANKING. Exchange on Portland, San Francisco, New York, Loudon nnd Hong Kong bought and sold. State, County and City warrants bought. Farmers are cordially invited to deposit nnd transact business with us. Liberal advances made, on wheat, wool, hops and other property at reasonaoie rates. Insurance on such se curity can bo obtained at the bank In most reliable companies. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HST. HELEN, PIANO TUNER AND . repairer. All work warranted, to orders at T. McF. Patton's book store, Stato street, Salem, Or. TSXl'RESSWAGON.QUICIi.AIsiJHAi'a 111 delivery. Wm.Rcnnlo having bought the express business of Walter Lowe, is prepared to deliver trunks, valises, pack ages, and any thing else that ho can get in his wagon to any part of tho city, quicker, safer, better, and neater, than It can be done by any body else. Leave orders at Mlnto's stable. TT INSURANCE J Company. 1 1 Flro and Ma rine. OS. ALBERT.TAgent, - - Salem, Oregon. MISCELLANEOUS. STAIGER BROS., Importers and Dealers In Sit Latest Styles! Leading Lines! 'Lowest Prioes! General Agents for Oregon of W. R Forsyth's Infallible Corn Cure. 243 Commercial Street, (Geo. E. Good's old stand.) SALEM, : : : : : OREGON. A PPEAL,BILVERTON,WKHKLY,$IJO XV per year. Independent- ThoAJ-CEAl. circulated In Marlon, Linn and Clack amatcounllee; has been ettabllthed eight yir and it an excellent advertling me dium. For term address the publtoher . O. Guild, 811 vert on, Or. I. SCHNEIDER, DEALER IX WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. Stayton, Orbqon. Keep oo haada targe aworlmest at Jewv 0 Watebea CtookJ, ete, lUpalrlng Jfwnptly done and warranted. I will give to Uwt bar i Jem la watebea of any dotter urn Willamette valley. 7inw Boos and MISCELLANEOUS. Bank Block, Three Doors South of 1st National Bank. HACKS -:- AND -:- BUGGIES! fi Scriber -:- and -:- Pohle. --Os WJE"l,1f-' irrrir in nL1 f ol r f. ..no n.Ti ::, . i. I 12 BI 1VIK. ) 5lV0525ClKCULA ABIETINEMlTM - "' J&L riV AVE YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which does not get better? Have you mi ox cosxlie secretion of mucus matter In tho nnal iiassacea? Are you troubled by haw uwklnc. spitting, weak and Inflamed eyes, roaring in the ears, more or lc-s Impairment of tho bearing, loss of smell, memory Im paired, dullness or dizziness of the head, dryness or heat of tho noe? Haoyou lost nil scnso of smell? Is your breath foul? If so, you havo tho Catarrh. Some have all thee symptoms, others only a part. California. Cat-R-Cure Restores thosenso of tastoand smell, removes bad tasto and unpleasant bicnth, result ing from Catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow dliectlons and a cure Is guaran teed by D. W. MATTHEWS Co. RECOMMENDED. CAPTAIN CHARLES L. DIMON.of New Y'ork City, formerly special agent of thu Phoenix and Home Insiirnnco Company at San Francisco, Cal says: "I have been troubled Willi uuronio unarm ior twenty years, a menu in oouiami. urn., ii-coin-mended your California CAT-R-CURE. I procurdod a Jar, having but Ultlo faith In Its curative properties; but I must any, after using three Jars, I am cured of that disgusting disease. Inclosed nnd fo for which send mo California CAT-R-CURE for some filends, who nro sufferers." SOLD AND GUARANTEED 1JY D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY, 106 State St., Salem, Or SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot. Dr. H. SMITH Now In possession ol a new dtscovory in medicine, which Is purely a local anaesthet ic, and acts almost instantaneously on tho snrroundlng tissues of tho teeth. It Is in no way Injurious or unpleasant to the taste. Tho manufacturers of It claim that Its equal has never been known beforo.and by applying it to tho scnsltlvo or sore teeth, they can bo cleaned and filled without pain. So all those that want nil kinds of dental work dono without pain, would better call on Dr. H. Smith. Teeth extracted for 60 cents, HENRY SCHOMAKER. Manufacturer ot ,The Standard Combination Fence! q No. 260 Commerce! St. All Styles ot Fencing Made to Order ON SHORT NOTICE WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY O red nates Students In Classical, Literary, Scientific, Normal, Business, Law, AND MEDICAL COURSES. It Is the oldest, largett and least fjepen. give Institution of learning In the Nortn- Sohool opens first Monday in September. Bend foreatalogueto PreatdenL 17, Salem. Oregon. M.. M. MEAD, PRACTICAL CUTLER Ftp Saws a Specialty. Shop oa tbe alley, opfoelte Miste LIT wy tttable, Sotota, Or. A fine lino of hacks, buggies. curtiyair rlages, buckboirds, etc. lUith ourfpwn make and tho best ca stern made buttles. Every one Warranted) . JOBBING and HORSESHOEING. Cation tho undersigned, wagon and (car rinse linkers and blacksmiths, 2nS)J12 ItUU Oil KJ1I11IIL'U;UI1 MTCCI, fNIIUUI. j TUP I M l.Y QUArlTEED cure ron CATARRH; OROVILLECAL frequent soreness of the thmat, ringing or ST. PAUL'S I. Boys and Girls. Tho school will open on or about the 10th of September. Thorough Instruc tion In tho primary and aavuncca English Branches. LATIN AND ELEMENTS OK MUSIC -In course.- TKUMSand further Information ma be had on application to RECTOR. 8-ao-tf VARIETY STORE! W. M. SARGEANT Keeps a fine stock of Wall Paper, llorders and Center; BABY BUGGIES, EXPRESS WAGONS, Toy Tool Chests, Velocipedes, Bicycles, BASKETS, nd til kind of FKAHKS. Mouldings and Frames Made to Order. Tissue paper, leaves and centers, ivm't forget the artist materiul, aueh as Tuba I'afnU of all kinds, Urushen of all'slt, and Ulendere. Also tba GOLD PAINT-READY MIXED, MaU for frame ot all tin. In fet every thing eUe that ean be thought of. Come and See for Yourselves WELL DIGGING. WTtiLIJi DUO OB RKl'AIKKD. OK WiWrtBoUoa. Bwdokr throwtbUi -, " Tifigri A Georgia fanner made $100 otV mi nerv planted in watermelons, nnd a physician in the neighborhood made $200 oil tho same acre. --DlM-ntrrlrx More Vtlutbl Tksn tlold Are SANTA AU1E, tho California discovery for Consumption nnd Dis eases of the Throat,ChestnndLungs, and CALIFORNIA CAT-R-CURE, the only guaranteed euro for Catarrh, Cold in the Head and kindred com plaints. They arc sold at ?1 per package, or tlireo for J?2.-ri0, and arc recommended and used by the lead ing physicians of tho Pacific Coast. Not secret compound-. Guaranteed by I). W. Matthews & Co., 100 State street, Salem. Ileum cd Her outb. Mrs. Pluvbe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable story, thu truth of which is vouched for by tho residents of tho tewn: "I am 73 years old, have been troubled with kidney com plaint and lameness for many years; could not drc myself with out help. Now I am five from all pain and soroiio-s, and am able to do all mv own hott-ewoik. T owe my thank to Klectrie Ritturs for having renewed my youth, and removed completely all disease and pain." Try a bottle, "0e. and$l. at Dr. II. AV. Cox's drugstore. "Homlen-lleaiicil.V Yllcn a , ooden pavement was desired outside St. Paul's cathedral, Sidney Smith said: "If the can ons will simply 'put their head together,' the thing i done! ' They weie nut half so wooden-hcai'lt-d, however, n it would be to denv Hie meill of Dr. R. V. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, which has cured many thousands of liver disease, impure blood, klng's-evil, salt-rluum, dropy, chronic nflee tlons of iho tlnoat, bronchial tubes, nnd lung, asthma, catarrh, iutlueii Lea, mu.ralglrt, dyspepsia, conhiipa- tion, wiul all skin diseases. Drug gists. "When everything else fails, Dr. Sage's Catanh Remedy cures. .. 'Tlir Worhl Moms," Maintained Galileo, when hH tormentors racked him foradwatlng the true Nystnm ofCorpernlcus. Certain follies hold out, howeer, against the lllumlnatltm ofdls coveryiind i-xpei lenee. Them are li()"t8 of people who, bi-causolliej havo adopted certain principles, continue to swallow them to their dying da In di-llaiu-uofthe laws of common sense. Mcicury, dras tic purgatlos, siiH-r-Mttent iiiii-oIIuh nnd M'llntlvoH. tliouch t lu- Iuim- ulen ground before the hresl-dlble progn-ss of Jionteuers Hinmnci iiniors, a uuiniiiui, painless remedy for disorders of the llw-r, thohtoinaeh and the bowels, still continue to make ambulating aiKithevarles shops of many siomacu. ino Hviiiniuiui m ni- innuilcsiiH- easily iiiiie.iiai wiiiiouiaiiy iilidniiiliiiil distill tmnce with tills belief. Icent al oratlw. Soalwiarn coii1IiUIoii, sick heiidiu-lie, liourtiiurn and an inaiiuit) to dlgiwt siitlsfaclorlly. It cures fo.erand ague, rheumiitUin and kidney truuble. Worth Knitting. Mr. V. II. Morgan, merchant, Lake City, Fin., was taken with u sovore colti, attended with n dis tressing cough nnd running Into consumption in its 11 rut stages. Ho tried mnnyso-cnllcd popular cough remedies nnd steadily grow worse. Wns reduced in llesh, hud tllllleulty in breathing uml was tumble to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery fbreoiiMiinptlon and found immediate relief, and after using about u bait' doen bottles found himself well and has had no return of tho dlsenfo. No other remedy can show so grand n record Of cures, as Dr. King's New Dls uovcry (pr consumption guaranteed to do jti8t what is claimed for it. Trial bottlo free at II. W. Cox's drug tore. A WORTHY ENTERPRISE. On Slay 1st, last, about finir mouthy ago, I)r.OlllHirtoiii0dauolllcuiidMtnltarluiii In the bttnU liUnik, blc-iH, and uilvwtll to trtmt elironk- (Um-umm on setentlllc prlnelplns. Hlnc that time hU pmrtlep lias liwii steadily increasing so inueh mi that he was ohlhfMl to Meure mora room and Inereaslng faallllltM, uud now finding hlmtlf unahlu to attend In hU nuinmmis patients, he has entered Into partnership with Dr. M. V. Weinp, of Detroit, Mlslil gan, a plijsleluu and surgeon of large ex. rienee, thoroughly conielwit, and a peelallit In dlismse of the eye, er, throat and nasal oavltlwt wIhj has wime with hU family to make hU home In HhImiii. The new firm will l kliowu as Dra. (IJU. bert A Weinp and will oec-upy the com moUlous rooms In the bank block, fur hIHn and sanitarium, and will conduct their buslnvM under the name and style of Tlit Ortron Mwfeil ltd Sunrkal iMtitiiti. It U their Intention to spare neither iln nor expense In ttwlr eirivrts la make tbh the nuwt eompJeU Initltutlon, fur the treat meat of alt forms of dbeatee, eieially ehnmle. In the northwest. Medicated nmr batlw, electro-nunfiiet-lm, oxygen and ifHutoge, tonetlter with all modern and klaUfl applianee for tba tltofOttgh cure ut dla, will be ixd. KxamlnaUofw wUI U free, asd ebergea ttrietly moderate. Addre-i I. OUbert t Wewp, Itak btoek, or utolAae box 1M, Hclem, OrenOH. CMltreaCryrKPitGMCa.toria TELKOKAPIUC SPLINTS. General Roulanger has gono to Swetlen, traveling incognl o. In San Francisco yesterday sugar advanced one-eighth of a cent on nil grades. A coal shed collapsed In Green Ray, Wis., burying two men. The bodies were pressed tint when re covered. A nephew of Gov. Throckmorton, of Texan, committed suicide In Den ver yesterday. Poverty nnd whisky tho eane. At Pandcrs,n'-arShieveport,Mis., on Wednesday, Dr. Arnold was kill ed by W. .1. McMoth, the result of a quarrel. Roth were well connected. British Columbia Indians will be prevented by the custom olllcors from entering Washington Territory for hop picking under the foreign contract labor net. In Kansas tho Ikim? ball players kill their umpires, and Sam Ham brook was the last victim. A hot ball struck him In the Jugular, and ho died instantly. Tho st tides of ltemy iv Co.'s stock 'arm, il miles from Indianapolis, wero burnt yesterday. Klghtoin lino horses were destroyed, and tho loss is sot at S,IHX). Tho Canada authorities arc play ing smart. Fruit from the United States Is admitted into that country free, but the customs department has issued an order that tho orates and boxes in which It Is packed must pay a duty. Itl-Htl U-lldll Dlll-H Itl-ltllct St. Paul, Aug. 110. Tho Pioneer Press reviews t bo llrst year of high license In Minnesota, and finds Mint tho system has proved all its friends claimed for It. Tho stato has only lo!)- saloons, against 2StMI when tho law went into ellcct. There Is dooiouscd consumption of liquor In nearly eveiy county. Low groggor los have been closed, anil there is bet ter police supervision. The cost of licenses before this law was enacted averaged $.'100; total Income furnish ed, $-SW),(00. It Is now $(Vi), and the income is $1, 1(10,000. Si:N. ALLISON OS Till! WOOL TAX, Senator Allison, March t' I, 1870: 1 will say with regard to tho duty on wool nnd woolens, that I regurd it not as an Intentional fraud, but as operating us though it were u fraud upon tho great body of Mio people of tho United Slates, I al hide to Mio woolen turlll', a law the effect of which hits boon to mntcii- ally Injure the sheep hushnndry of this country. In u single county In thoHtntoof Iowa, between 18(17 nud 18U0, Mio number of tdiccp wns re duced from 22,000 to 18,INM) In two years, and what Is Into of this coun ty is tine to n greater or loss extent .ol oilier counties in Iowa, and ilur- ' Itnv f lilu Mitiik Mm nrlwi tf xt'iit lifiu m fi .iio nmw v i'imu'm ui'vi iiitn l)Oon cotihtantly dciireciatcd. Mr. Lnw renco I should like tho gentleman to inform ino how u ru iltictlou of Die duties on wool nnd W(M)Ion goods would Inure to thu advantage or tno wool grower v Mr. Allison I will tell the gen tleman how, In my Judgment, the wool grower will bo bentillted. Ah tho lnw now is tho tnrlM' upon fine wools of it chnrnctcr not produced In this country Is 100 wr cent, iiiion their cost. The Uirltl uikjii woolens of tho Mime class is only nlsiut 0 lor cent., so that tho lliver woolen gools are lmiorted, and not the coarser fabrics. Ilefore the tariff of 18(17 our munuuicturers of fine g(Kls mixed foreign lino wools with our domestic product, and wero thus uble to coiiipeto Hiiecuwfully with tho foreign mnnufueturer of sliiill.tr wools. Jiut Ixilng prohibited from ImjK)rtliig this cluiw of wools, tlitt fine goods ennuot now lie produced In this country iw cheaply iw they cuu Ik Imported. Consotpuently, mills that were formerly engaged in prwluclng these goods Imve leen coiiiiell(sl to ulmudou btiHluosH or manufucturo courser fubrles. If they could ull'ord to nutiiufueture those flue goods, they would make u mar ket which we do not now have, for our line wools to Ihj iiiIxhI with other fine wools of a different char acter from abroad. '1'lils want of a market, iut I tiiiderstand It, is the reason why our fine wools now com mand ho low it price. There Is no demand far them ut home, anil wo cannot oxport thym in comjmtltlon with flue wrsils grown In other eountrltM. CMlirenCryirFitclier'sCa.toria TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. TIIK R0SLYX MINK. Tlie Conijinny Houn 1 to llpiluro Wages Tho Yorkuien Trcsint Tliolr Side. Ci.K-lCiiUM, Aug. 30. Much ollort was niiulo to-day to dlspo.-e of the troubles at the ltoslyn mines, and the miners at nilnesl and U asked of the company two things, namelv: That nil tliogunrdsut niiue.'tshould In? removed nnd Mint no ono nt inlnes 1 nnd 2 should b i discharged because of havlnu: cxnrcs.scd him. self about the Introduction ol nogiocs uuiier armeu proiccitou. Tliere was Virv llttln illir..miw-. ,P opinion as to the lvmoval of tho guards. The company does not decile to keen them at the mine. T he company has iiotilleil Sheittf I'aeuwood to nroiect Its m-oncitv. nnd Superintendent l.aekiuin i'-day made an uflldnvU that ho believed Mio ptopoity of iho com pany was in danger. The lenioval of the guards will bo followed by tho piaen goiitepiuyHiieniislnjoliargoor mo mines. Supt. Powell mid to-day Mint the whole matter was whether the com pany should operate its mines with out being subject to direction from tho Knluht of Labor. Tho former condition tif alfutrs, ho said, tho company wouni not niniior submit to anil If Mio old men would not. allow the company to control tho operations ol the mines, their places would be tilled by men Mho would net dlifeieutly. Whether the negroes stny or go. or whether tho guaids are lenioveil or not, the company does not pro pose to abandon Hh intention to in uugur.ito a now system in the opera tion of Mice mines. In order to rebut thepicsiimptlon tliatwagesat mines 1 nnd '2 would bo reduced, uud Mint tho clght-bom- rule would lie Interfered with, Manager lluoUley's letter, as given In yesterday's report, was read "Is Mils loiter substantially an ugrceiueiit Mint no change of policy in these respects would Inko place V" was asked of Hupt. l'owcll tMlny." "Yes." "I low about next week or next month V" "Can't say as to that," ho replied. "Tho company proposes to run these mines to suit themselves. Wo have been subject to these miners long enough, and we propose to change matters." It will thus bo seen Mint unless tho company makes a complete back down no compiomlso will alter the real determination of trio company. The miners deny nil churge of vexatious Interfcicnco with tho company's conduct of Its busi ness, uud ulso Mint any demonstra tion has occurred Justifying tho charge that tho company's property Is In danger. On the contrary the mlneis have had committees iih jKilutctl for the purpose of prevent ing any disorderly conduct. Thoy claim Mint it Is idle for (lie company tousscrtthatthe brlngiugof negroes to iiiliiell will not result In ledtictlon of wages at 1 and 2, imfl Mint If tho miners will not submit to the re duction Mint Mio company will not import moiu negroes. They sny the history of milling negroes uni formly shows n reduction of wages. 'I'lio miners ulso claim Mint nil tho regulations which they have been instrumental in establishing, havo Ihh'ii really of service to tho com pany and Mutt as a matter of fact the company, having nojtist reason for complaint on this score, really see Us to reduce wages, The ltoslyn mines were opened two yunrs ago last July. For tho first year tho comnany paid (11.60 per day for mining. After one year the company established tho present rate of (1.2(5 per ton. This rate has Ix-cn uniformly paid sin co tlmtttlmo without objection from the company. The fouruow among thuin Is Mint the compuny proiooH to Introduce new men altogether. Gov. Hcmple, Attornoy-Gen. T. Mctcnlf nnd the others In tho party went to Tucomn this ufteriioon. I'rosecutlnif Attorney Hnlvel.v saVK he promises to have the grand ury investigate the matter or bringing In armed guards by the compuny. Hherlfl Piutkwood will have his deputies in charge in a few days. He hujs he will get nil of them from Flleiisburg uud vicinity, lly reason of thu outsjH)kn taittles of tho com nuny'H oflltwrH uuensiuess Is felt for the future, us unless some nssuranco Is given that the old minora will not be discharged, they will not submit to lie thrown out of their homox simply becuiisetheyexprHmopInloiirt its to their rights. i'sikliff Work Vlgoreailr. The Oregon Pacific rullroud Is un doubtedly pushing tin wurk of con struction towards the C'tisoudtM nt it lively rate. Ami, thin time, they appear to Im largely Ixitwlng the Job thumfcolve. HundreU of 111911 nro uctunlly at work, and thousands of tons of steel rnlUture la vl(ht. MfiffMWf Pti " -"